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Bryan Edgar Wallace (1904–1971)

Bryan Edgar Wallace was born on April 28, 1904 in London, England. He was a writer and assistant director, known for The Clairvoyant (1934), The Dead Are Alive (1972) and The Strangler of Blackmoor Castle (1963). He died in 1971. See full bio »

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(age 66)

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 1972 Der Todesrächer von Soho (novel "The Corpse Packs His Bags")
 1972 The Dead Are Alive (short story)
 1971 The Cat o' Nine Tails (uncredited)
 1964 Das siebente Opfer (novel "Murder is not Enough")
 1964 Das Phantom von Soho (novel)
 1963 The Mad Executioners (novel "White Carpet")
 1963 Dr. Mabuse vs. Scotland Yard (novel "The Device")
 1939 Inspector Hornleigh (writer)
 1939 The Mysterious Mr. Reeder (writer)
 1937 Murder on Diamond Row (scenario - as Bryan Wallace)
 1937 You're in the Army Now (scenario and additional dialogue - as Bryan Wallace)
 1934 My Old Dutch
 1934 The Clairvoyant (screen play)
 1932 Criminal at Large (adaptation)
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Other Works:

Novel: "The Secret of the Black Trunk" (filmed as Das Geheimnis der schwarzen Koffer (1962)) See more »

Alternate Names:

Bryan Wallace
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Among his final projects was a writing collaboration with Italian director Dario Argento. This led to Argento's first three giallo thrillers. See more »

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