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Author Steve Cox on Rusell Johnson “The Professor” from Gilligan’s Island
Author Steve Cox on Rusell Johnson “The Professor” from Gilligan’s Island

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Steve Cox is the co author of The book “Here on Gilligans Isle”. He co wrote the book with Russell Johnson who played the Professor on the Iconic TV SHOW.

Steve, who went to college with Ray tells the story of how he met the Professor and convinced him to tell his story in the best selling book from the 90’s. It’s a fun and informative interview.

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