Hugh "Bulldog" Drummond is a British fictional character, created by H. C. McNeile and published under
his pen name "Sapper". Following McNeile's death in 1937, the novels were continued by Gerard Fairlie and later Henry Reymond. Drummond
is a World War I veteran who, fed up with his sedate lifestyle, advertises looking for excitement, and becomes a gentleman adventurer.
The character has appeared in novels, short stories, on the stage, in films, on radio and television, and in graphic novels. A Bulldog
Drummond radio series ran on the Mutual Broadcasting System from 13 April 1941 to 12 January 1949. An attempt was made at a revival
between 3 January and 28 March 1954. Drummond was initially portrayed by George Coulouris, before being taken over by Santos Ortega and
Ned Wever after 1942; Cedric Hardwicke took over in 1954.