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  • Harvey Bullock
  • Harvey Bullock
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  • __FORCETOC__
  • Harvey Bullock first appeared in Detective Comics #441 (June 1974) and was created by Archie Goodwin and Howard Chaykin as "Lieutenant Bullock". In his three-panel first appearance, Bullock was not much developed and became a forgotten character for nearly a decade, until he was brought back and further developed by writer Doug Moench and artist Don Newton, starting with Batman #361 (1983).
  • Harvey Bullock fue alguna vez un policía corrupto del Departamento de Policía de Ciudad Gótica, hasta que cambio para ser un representante honesto de la ley. Él es ahora uno de los oficiales de mayor confianza de Jim Gordon.
  • Lieutenant Harvey Bullock was a top investigator for the Gotham Police Department who worked directly under Commissioner Gordon. Known for his love of food, he was still quite an effective cop in his own right, although probably not quite as effective as he would like to think he was. He doesn't trust or like Batman, even considering him a criminal at times, but has still teamed up with him to keep Gotham safe on numerous occasions.
  • Considered a legendary "old school" cop amongst the major crime unit. Having lost his job and friends, after completing a final case as a civilian where he went off on a binge and attacked the Penguin; incorrectly thinking he was responsible for a mass murder that had been haunting him for eight years.
  • Harvey Bullock is one of the best cops in Gotham City. When Commissioner Gordon was a detective, he was his partner. Harvey Bullock is playable on the Nintendo DS version of LEGO Batman. He helps you find the villains in Villain Hunt.
  • Harvey Bullock (June 4, 1921 (Oxford, North Carolina) – April 23, 2006 (Laguna Beach, California)) was an American television and film writer and producer. Bullock would normally team up with fellow writer, R.S. Allen, whom he first met in 1949 while working as a comedy writer for the CBS radio program, Breakfast with Burrows. He later wrote for such television shows as The Flintstones, The Andy Griffith Show, The Jetsons, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Hogan's Heroes, Where's Huddles?, Love, American Style, Chico and the Man and Alice and such movies as The Man Called Flintstone, Girl Happy, With Six You Get Eggroll and Don't Drink the Water. Bullock also wrote the television movie Return to Mayberry. He would later in his career become the producer of such television shows as Wait Till Your Fat
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  • Harvey Bullock
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  • Harvey Bullock
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  • Detective Comics #441
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  • Archie Goodwin
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  • Departamento de Policía de Ciudad Gótica
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  • Harvey Bullock
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  • __FORCETOC__
  • Harvey Bullock first appeared in Detective Comics #441 (June 1974) and was created by Archie Goodwin and Howard Chaykin as "Lieutenant Bullock". In his three-panel first appearance, Bullock was not much developed and became a forgotten character for nearly a decade, until he was brought back and further developed by writer Doug Moench and artist Don Newton, starting with Batman #361 (1983).
  • Harvey Bullock fue alguna vez un policía corrupto del Departamento de Policía de Ciudad Gótica, hasta que cambio para ser un representante honesto de la ley. Él es ahora uno de los oficiales de mayor confianza de Jim Gordon.
  • Lieutenant Harvey Bullock was a top investigator for the Gotham Police Department who worked directly under Commissioner Gordon. Known for his love of food, he was still quite an effective cop in his own right, although probably not quite as effective as he would like to think he was. He doesn't trust or like Batman, even considering him a criminal at times, but has still teamed up with him to keep Gotham safe on numerous occasions.
  • Harvey Bullock (June 4, 1921 (Oxford, North Carolina) – April 23, 2006 (Laguna Beach, California)) was an American television and film writer and producer. Bullock would normally team up with fellow writer, R.S. Allen, whom he first met in 1949 while working as a comedy writer for the CBS radio program, Breakfast with Burrows. He later wrote for such television shows as The Flintstones, The Andy Griffith Show, The Jetsons, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Hogan's Heroes, Where's Huddles?, Love, American Style, Chico and the Man and Alice and such movies as The Man Called Flintstone, Girl Happy, With Six You Get Eggroll and Don't Drink the Water. Bullock also wrote the television movie Return to Mayberry. He would later in his career become the producer of such television shows as Wait Till Your Father Gets Home, Man In the Middle, (which he was also co-creator), Alice, Monster Squad, Love, American Style, Big John, Little John and The Love Boat. Bullock was a graduate of Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts in English. He served in the United States Navy during World War II, writing and transmitting false messages over radio to help deceive the Nazis. After the war, he served in Hawaii as a welfare/recreation officer. Bullock, after leaving the navy, began writing for radio and television shows in New York City, including The Robert Q. Lewis Show, The Walter Winchell Show and the early version of NBC's The Today Show. Moving to Los Angeles in the late 50s, he landed a job as a writer for the television sitcom The Real McCoys. His stint there later lead to work on Make Room for Daddy and The Andy Griffith Show, where he would work for five years. In 1956, he and Allen received the Random House award for the Gertrude Berg sketch on the TV special, Salute to Baseball and twenty years later the pair received an Emmy award nomination for the children's program, Papa and Me. In 1956, he married Betty Jane Folker, whom he'd met while working for The Today Show. They had four children. He died on April 23, 2006 in Laguna Beach, California from an age-related illness.
  • Considered a legendary "old school" cop amongst the major crime unit. Having lost his job and friends, after completing a final case as a civilian where he went off on a binge and attacked the Penguin; incorrectly thinking he was responsible for a mass murder that had been haunting him for eight years.
  • Harvey Bullock is one of the best cops in Gotham City. When Commissioner Gordon was a detective, he was his partner. Harvey Bullock is playable on the Nintendo DS version of LEGO Batman. He helps you find the villains in Villain Hunt.
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