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Latest revision as of 20:56, 12 February 2020

Written by Lee Falk

Year (date copyrighted) Title Note
1926 "Father and Son"[footnotes 1] a poem
1928 "Dreams" a poem
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"[footnotes 2] 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 3] a short story Illustrated by Fred Fredericks

Note

  1. Read by Edgar Guest at the "Fathers and Sons" Night at the Brotherhood of Temple Israeli on April 25, 1926.
  2. Eddie Dowling planed late 1944 to put up "The Brass Ring" in Chicago with Ethel Waters at Civic theatre, after "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams
  3. "Time is Money" was published in Playboy Desember 1975.