There won’t be any sex, violence, or drugs” in his memoirs, vows Bob Denver, 58, star of Gilligan’s Island and beatnik-in-residence on The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. But Gilligan, Maynard & Me, due this summer from Citadel Press/Carol Publishing, will solve mysteries — such as how come the Professor on Gilligan could make a bicycle — operated radio but couldn’t build a boat. ”It’s the incongruities that got kids hooked,” Denver says. Besides the book, he is planning to open a chain of putt-putt golf courses.
Posted February 5 1993 — 12:00 AM EST
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