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William Harper Littlejohn

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"Johnny" Littlejohn

William Harper Littlejohn

    William Harper "Johnny" Littlejohn was a fictional associate of 1930s and 1940s pulp hero Doc Savage. "Johnny" Littlejohn first met Doc in a prisoner of war camp during World War I. He was the only one of Savage's five associates who did not have a military rank. It was revealed in Escape from Loki that Littlejohn was in Europe in a civilian capacity, though in other adventures he states he served in the army at some point.

Littlejohn is an expert in geology and archaeology. He is described as being tall and extremely thin, with black hair and a large nose. He is referred to as "Professor", though we are never told which (if any) university he is associated with. In Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life, Philip Jose Farmer speculates on Littlejohn being a professor at Miskatonic University, and further claims H.P. Lovecraft's novel At the Mountains of Madness is Littlejohn's report of the M.U. expedition to Antarctica.

Littlejohn lost the sight in one eye during his experiences in the First World War. He wore a monocle over his blind eye, which was actually a magnifying glass he would use in field work. Doc Savage later operated on the eye, restoring its sight.

Littlejohn loved to use big words, almost to the point of being incomprehensible (he never did this around Savage, knowing he would be instantly understood by his genius leader). His favorite expression was "I'll be superamalgamated!"

Littlejohn did not appear in many adventures, as his work would take him all over the globe.

In the 1975 film Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze, he was played by Eldon Quick.

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