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Employment History

Writer

The Prisoner


Author and Artist, Publisher

Savoy Books


Writer


Web References(18 Total References)


Episode Seven:"Many Happy Returns"

www.youarenumber6.com [cached]

Written by: Anthony Skene


The Unmutual Reviews (Prisoner/McGoohan/Portmeirion)

www.theunmutual.co.uk [cached]

Hosted by the ever-entertaining Dave Jones, the occasion included a lighthearted quiz, a buffet, and, thanks to the kind permission of Yorkshire Television, a screening of "The File on Harry Jordan". (The 1978 version of the screenplay by Prisoner writer Anthony Skene with some interesting similarities to The Prisoner, not least being the inclusion of a dwarf butler!).


Monsieur Zenith the Albino

www.blackstarreview.com [cached]

Author/Artist: Anthony Skene
Publisher: Savoy Books Media: Book Skene was a pulp writer working principally with 'the sleuth of the second-rate', Sexton Blake, from 1916 to 1948. Readers just couldn't get enough of the albino's deathly pallor, immaculate grooming and death-defying opium habit, and Skene wrote almost sixty novellas along with fifteen full-length novels featuring the dapper yet freakish master criminal.


Upstairs, Downstairs - Season Two

www.updown.org.uk [cached]

Writer: Anthony SkeneWriter: Anthony Skene


Upstairs, Downstairs - Season Three

www.updown.org.uk [cached]

Writer: Anthony Skene


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