Five Have a Mystery to Solve
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|Illustrator||Eileen A. Soper|
The Famous Five seriesCharacters: Julian, Dick, Anne, George And Wilfrid
|Genre||Mystery, Adventure novel|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton|
|Media type||Print (hardcover and paperback)|
|Preceded by||Five Go to Demon's Rocks|
|Followed by||Five Are Together Again|
Five Have a Mystery to Solve is the twentieth novel in the Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. It was first published in 1962. As the penultimate book in the Famous Five series, it follows the usual formula of finding secret passages, drinking ginger beer, hunting treasure, and foiling evil-doers.
A 6-part Children's Film Foundation film serial was produced in 1964, directed by Ernest Morris. The film starred David Palmer (Julian), Amanda Coxell (George), Darryl Read (Dick), Paula Boyd (Anne), Michael Wennink (Wilfred). Filmed mainly on location in Cornwall, United Kingdom, and at Bushey Studios, Hertfordshire UK. On one occasion Enid Blyton visited the set during filming and spent the day with all the cast and crew.
- Five Have A Mystery To Solve at www.enidblyton.net
- Enid Blyton Society page
- Five Have a Mystery To Solve at www.imdb.com
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