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This year's family show is Around The World In Eighty Days, a musical adaptation of Jules Verne's novel by Willmott himself that finds Phileas Fogg and his servant Passepartout haring across four continents in song and dance.
As founder of the World Air League, the 57-year-old modern-day Phileas Fogg is trying to line up zeppelins, blimps and other dirigibles for a race around the world.
Farmer also was sort of as a father to all fanfickers, since he practically invented the modern “pastiche” writing the biographies of Tarzan, Doc Savage and the other journal of Phileas Fogg—the explanation to reunite all the famous super-human characters was that their ancestors were all exposed to the strange radiation of a radioactive meteor in the city of Wold Newton, England, in 1795.
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I think that it easily stands alongside such works as The Adventure of the Peerless Peer, Greatheart Silver, The Other Log of Phileas Fogg as well as his erotic classic A Feast Unknown.
VF Daily: Were you able to appreciate and soak in the places you visited, or was it more of an imperialist, Phileas Fogg approach?
Modern Magellans or Mssrs. Magoo? : Julian Sancton Sancton, Julian 2008
Its $1 million Around the World in 80 Ways trip, which plays off the storied journey of Phileas Fogg, "lets travelers recreate the 19th-century around-the-world fantasy experience with 21st-century comfort and flair."
Your Range Rover, 2008
Web: www. urbtix.hk MUSICAL Around the World in 80 Days: Circus performers are part of the cast of this musical, a lively reimagining of the 1873 Jules Verne novel about Phileas Fogg, an eccentric Englishman who bets a fortune that with the latest 19th-century technology he can circle the globe in a mere 80 days.
Time Off 2008
Co-produced with Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, the company that brought you John Doyle's miniaturized revival of "Company," "Around the World in 80 Days" is performed on a very, very small stage on which Phileas Fogg (Daniel Stewart) and his trusty servant Passepartout (Evan Zes) circumnavigate the world via steamship, express train and chartered elephant.
Beating Phileas Fogg by weeks, American Express Travel and Abercrombie & Kent are offering AmEx cardholders a 24-day luxury trip around the world.
But possibly he wanted only to take the transcontinental railroad, to ride like Phileas Fogg the “uninterrupted metal ribbon.”
The Path Between the Seas DAVID McCULLOUGH. 2005