Allan Quatermain

Allan Quatermain is the protagonist of H. Rider Haggard's 1885 novel King Solomon's Mines and its various prequels and sequels. Allan Quatermain was also the title of a book in this sequence.

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The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume III: Century - Chapter 3. Let It Come Down
... home, she runs into a homeless man who she recognises as a heroin-addicted Allan Quatermain ... Allan panics and flees ... They also try to speak to Allan once more, but he rejects them ...
List Of The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Characters - Q - Allan Quatermain, Jr.
... character NTA, BD, V3I1, MIM Identity used by the real Quatermain to hide a mystical rejuvenation after he has exposed himself to the Fire of Life ...
List Of Fiction Works Made Into Feature Films - Books - K
... Rider Haggard Allan Quatermain (1919) King Solomon's Mines (1937) King Solomon's Mines (1950) * Watusi (1959) King Solomon's Treasure (1977) King Solomon's Mines (1985) * Allan ...
Allan Quatermain And The Temple Of Skulls
... Allan Quatermain and the Temple of Skulls is a 2008 direct-to-DVD adventure film created by American studio The Asylum ... The film follows the adventures of explorer Allan Quatermain, and was filmed entirely on location in South Africa ...
Allan Quatermain - In Popular Culture
... The character Gus Brannhard adopts a Fuzzy and names him Allan Quatermain in H ... Beam Piper's novel Fuzzies and Other People ISBN 0-441-26176-0 The short story "Her and Allan" by Simon Bucher-Jones in the anthology, Wildthyme in Purple, recounts Quatermain's ...

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