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Max Brand (I) (1893–1944)

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Was a war correspondent for "Harper's" magazine during World War II covering the fighting against German forces in Italy when he was hit by shrapnel, and later died of his wounds. Fighting was so fierce at the time of his death that the people around him didn't keep track of the date of his death. The 12 May date was a "best guess" date that is ... See more trivia »

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 1966 Destry reitet wieder (TV Movie) (novella)
 1964 Destry (TV Series) (character - 13 episodes)
- One Hundred Bibles (1964) ... (character)
- The Infernal Triangle (1964) ... (character)
- Red Brady's Kid (1964) ... (character)
- Blood Brother-in-Law (1964) ... (character)
- Ride to Rio Verde (1964) ... (character)
 1961 Dr. Kildare (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Winter Harvest (1961) ... (story)
 1955 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) (novel - 1 episode)
- Branded (1955) ... (novel)
 1954 Destry (suggested by novel "Destry Rides Again")
 1952 Gruen Guild Theater (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Out of the Dark (1952) ... (story)
 1951 My Outlaw Brother (book "South of the Rio Grande")
 1950 Branded (novel "Montana Rides" - as Evan Evans)
 1950 Singing Guns (novel)
 1949 NBC Presents (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- What Price Story? (1949) ... (story)
 1947 Dark Delusion (character creator)
 1946 Rainbow Over Texas (story)
 1945 Between Two Women (characters)
 1944 3 Men in White (characters)
 1944 Uncertain Glory (screenplay)
 1943 The Desperadoes (original story)
 1942 Calling Dr. Gillespie (characters)
 1942 Powder Town (novel)
 1942 Dr. Kildare's Victory (characters)
 1941 Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day (characters)
 1940 Dr. Kildare's Crisis (story)
 1940 Dr. Kildare Goes Home (based on an original story by)
 1939 Destry Rides Again (suggested by novel "Destry Rides Again")
 1939 The Secret of Dr. Kildare (story)
 1939 Calling Dr. Kildare (from an original story by)
 1938 Young Dr. Kildare (story)
 1937 Internes Can't Take Money (story)
 1932 Destry Rides Again (novel)
 1931 A Holy Terror (novel "Trailin'")
 1931 Fair Warning (novel "The Untamed")
 1928 The Cavalier (story "The Black Rider" - as Frederick Faust)
 1926 The Flying Horseman (story "Dark Rosaleen")
 1925 The Best Bad Man (story "Senor Jingle Bells")
 1924 Against All Odds (novel "Cuttles' Hired Man")
 1924 The Vagabond Trail (novel "Donnegan" - as George Owen Baxter)
 1923 Mile-a-Minute Romeo (story "The Gun Gentleman")
 1923 Darkness (Short) (story)
 1923 The Gunfighter (story "Hired Guns")
 1923 Three Who Paid (story - as George Owen Baxter)
 1922 Just Tony (adapted from the novel by)
 1922 The Fighting Streak (novel "Free Range Lanning" - as George Owen Baxter)
 1922 Iron to Gold (story - as George Owen Baxter)
 1921 Trailin' (novel)
 1921 The Night Horsemen (novel)
 1921 Shame (magazine serial Clung)
 1921 Children of the Night (story)
 1921 Tiger True (story "Tiger")
 1920 A Thousand to One (story "Fate's Honeymoon")
 1920 The Untamed (novel)
 1918 Kiss or Kill (novelette Mr. Cinderella)
 1918 Lawless Love (story "Above the Law")
 1917 The Adopted Son (story)

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Other Works:

Novel: "Destry Rides Again" (filmed as Destry (1954), Destry Rides Again (1939), Destry Rides Again (1932) See more »

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1 Print Biography | See more »

Alternate Names:

George Owen Baxter | Evan Evans | Frederick Faust | Nicholas Silver
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Trivia:

He had a weak heart and suffered a heart attack at the early age of 29. Despite this heart condition and already being into middle age, he volunteered for war correspondent duty in WWII. Hit by shrapnel, he asked medics to attend to the younger men first. See more »

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