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Mr. Limpet by Theodore PrattTheodore Pratt (1901 - 1969) was an American writer who is best known for his novels set in Florida. He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1901 to Thomas A. and Emma Pratt. The family later moved to New Rochelle, New York, where Theodore attended high school. After completing high school, he attended Colgate University for two years, and then Columbia University for another two years, but did not graduate. He worked in New York City as a play reader, a staff reader for a movie company, and a columnist for the New York Sun. He also free-lanced articles for The New Yorker and other national magazines.
Theodore Pratt published more than thirty novels, including four mysteries under the pseudonym of Timothy Brace, two collections of short stories, two plays (adapted from his novels), a few non-fiction books and pamphlets, and numerous short stories and articles in periodicals such as Esquire, Blue Book, Escapade, The Gent, Manhunt, Guilty Detective Story Magazine, Coronet, Fantastic Universe, Space Science Fiction, and The Saturday Evening Post. Some of his novels had strong sexual content by the standards of the time. The Tormented (1950), a study of nymphomania, was turned down by thirty-four publishers. It eventually sold more than a million copies. Five of his works were made into feature motion pictures.
Jims Attic: Where in the World is Mr. Limpet?
Kill Bill: Vol. Sign in. Meek and mild mannered bookkeeper Henry Limpet has few passions in life. It's mid and he would love to join the Navy but has been rated 4F. His friend George Stickle is in the Navy and lays it on pretty thick. If Henry could have one thing it would be to become a fish. While on a visit to Coney Island, Henry falls into the water and miraculously gets his wish.
Knotts plays milquetoast Henry Limpet, a hen-pecked hubby and military 4-F who longs to be a fish and magically gets his wish. Instead, Knotts is put through some domestic paces with shrewish wife Carole Cook and obnoxious best bud Jack Weston. No wonder he was happier as a fish! Robert McKimson was a stalwart of the Warner Bros. Navy combat Nazi subs.
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The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964) Meet Crusty
Love this fish movie. It is a tradition for the kids in this family, along with Milo and Otis. Good pickup service thru Walmart. I loved this movie when I was a kid, have not seen it in about 20 years. Fabulous movie. I love this movie even if it is an old movie. The picture quality is great.