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Bruce Elliott

Real Name
Bruce Elliott
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Biography:
Gender

First "Shadow" publication

Place of Birth
United States of America

Date of Birth
Date of Death

May 30, 1914
March 21, 1973

Professional History

Bruce Elliott was a science fiction, mystery and television screenwriter during the 1950s. Prior to this, his first story was published in Street & Smith's Doc Savage magazine in June 1944.

After Walter B. Gibson's departure from The Shadow pulps, the writing chores were turned over to Elliott who was also writing Nick Carter stories for The Shadow Comics.

Work History


Images Attributed to Bruce Elliott

Notes

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Trivia

  • Like Gibson, Elliott was also a magician.
  • In "Tear-Drops of Buddha," the cloak room attendant at the Hotel Argonne is named "Elliott Bruce." This was done as an "inside joke," as Elliott was a friend of Gibson's at the time. Two years later Elliott would replace Gibson as the writer of The Shadow pulps.


See Also

Official Website

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