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"The Dove is a Very Gentle Bird": In the small town of Elmond, Judge Irwin Hall takes a strong, hard-line stance against street vigilantism and bemoans the actions of the super-heroes known as Hawk and Dove. Little does he realize however, that his own sons, Hank and Don, are in fact



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  • The Drop-Outs (Single appearance)
    • Alan (Single appearance)

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  • Rita Watkins (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Dove is a Very Gentle Bird"

In the small town of Elmond, Judge Irwin Hall takes a strong, hard-line stance against street vigilantism and bemoans the actions of the super-heroes known as Hawk and Dove. Little does he realize however, that his own sons, Hank and Don, are in fact the Hawk and the Dove. Frustrated by his father’s persistent criticisms of Hawk and Dove’s actions, Don decides to give up his career as the Dove.

Meanwhile, a gang of costumed criminals known as the Drop-Outs begins terrorizing the neighborhood near the high school and the university. Hawk, forced to work solo, begins investigating their activities and attempts to bring them down. Don learns the true identity of the gang’s leader and is forced to resume his alias, Dove, in order to aide his brother before things get out of hand. Dove arrives in time to assist the Hawk just as the Drop-Outs begin to pound on him.



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  • This book was first published on June 25, 1968.
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