Marshall Pugh (born 1925) is a British journalist and author. He wrote a book called Commander Crabb based on the true story of a British officer who learned deep sea diving to thwart Italian frogmen who were sabotaging British naval forces. He later adapted it into a movie called The Silent Enemy which was released in 1958. He also wrote fiction, including the novel "A Wilderness of Monkeys" which was published in 1958.

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Dancing with abandon, turning a tango into a fertility rite.
Marshall Pugh (b. 1925), British journalist, author. The Chancer, ch. 2 (1959).
[They] exchanged the quick, brilliant smile of women who dislike each other on sight.
Marshall Pugh (b. 1925), British journalist, author. The Chancer, ch. 2 (1959).

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