Spotlight on Lee Falk - Other writings

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Written by Lee Falk

Year (date copyrighted) Title Note
1933 (May 29) "The Darktown Strutters" a radio program (as Leon Harrison Epstein)
1933 (July 20) "Jean Lafitte" a romantic operetta in 3 acts (as Leon Harrison Epstein) Music by Coloman Katona
1933 (August 14) "Movie Prevues of the Air" a radio program (pamphlet) (as Leon Harrison Epstein)
1933 (October 31) "Heroes in Uniform"; episode 1 a series of radio sketches (as Leon Harrison Epstein)
1934 (January 5) "Success Stories"; episode 1 a series of radio sketches (as Leon Harrison Epstein)
1934 (February 18) "Heart to Heart Time" a series of radio sketches (as Leon Harrison Epstein)
1934 "The Katatonics" ("The Catatonics") a satire about capital and labor (as Leon Harrison Epstein)
1937 (?) "The Picture Man" a short story
1938 (January 14) "Festival at Salzburg" a play (as Leon Falk)
1940 (June 6) "The Big Story" a comedy in three acts with Alan MacGregor Cranston
194? "Long after Gath" a play
1944 (February 11) "The Passionate Congressman" a journalese in three acts
1945 "The Brass Ring" a play
1947 (May 23) "Hero Hill" / "The Happy Dollar" a musical comedy in two acts Music by William Friml, Lyrics by John LaTouche
1966 (March 22, 1967) "Eris" (The Night People) a drama - one act
1967 "Home at Six" a comedy - one act
196? "The Flatlands" a play
1969 "Mandrake and the Power Mystery" a script for a Mandrake movie 61 pages
1972 "The Story of the Phantom: The Ghost Who Walks" a Phantom novel #1 of 15 by Avon Publications
1973 "The Story of the Phantom: The Mysterious Ambassador" a Phantom novel #6 of 15 by Avon Publications
1973 "The Story of the Phantom: Killer's Town" a Phantom novel #9 of 15 by Avon Publications
1974 "The Story of the Phantom: The Vampires and the Witch" a Phantom novel #11 of 15 by Avon Publications
1975 "The Story of the Phantom: The Curse of the Two-Headed Bull" a Phantom novel #15 of 15 by Avon Publications
1973 "Mandrake the Magician" (and the Enchantress) a musical Music by George Quincy. Lyrics by Thayer Burch
1975 "Time is Money" [footnotes 1] a short story Illustrated by Fred Fredericks

Note

  1. "Time is Money" was published in Playboy Desember 1975.