Murray Leinster

Other Media


Films

  • Border Devils, 1932
    based on Murray Leinster's "Dead Man's Shoes." Written by Murray Leinster and Harry L. Fraser.

  • Good As Gold, 1927
    based on Murray Leinster's "The Owner of the Aztec."  Written by Jack Jungmeyer and Murray Leinster.

  • Murder Will Out, 1930
    based on Murray Leinster's "The Purple Heiroglyph."  Written by J. Grubb Alexander and Will F. Jenkins.

  • The Navy vs. the Night Monsters, 1966
    based on Murray Leinster's novel The Monster From Earth's End.  Written by Michael A. Hoey and Murray Leinster.

  • The Purple Cipher, 1920
    based on Murray Leinster's "The Purple Heiroglyph."  Written by J. Grubb Alexander and Will F. Jenkins.

  • The Terrornaut, 1967
    based on Murray Leinster's novel The Wailing Asteroid.  Written by John Brunner and Murray Leinster.

  • Torchy Blane in Chinatown, 1938
    based on Murray Leinster's "The Purple Heiroglyph."  Written by George Bricker, Will Jenkins and Murray Leinster.

Radio

  • The Castaways, SF 68, aired in 1968 (South Africa)
  • First Contact, Dimension X, aired 9/8/51
  • First Contact, X Minus One, aired 10/6/55
  • First Contact, Exploring Tomorrow, aired early 1958
  • If You Was a Moklin, X Minus One, aired 6/12/56
  • A Logic Named Joe, Dimension X, aired 7/1/50
  • The Lost Race, Dimension X, aired 5/20/50
  • The Mad Planet, 2000 X
  • The Other Now, Tales of Tomorrow, aired 1/22/53
  • Sam, This Is You, X Minus One, aired 10/31/56

Recording

  • Exploration Team (Combat Team), Dercum Audio, read by David Warner, 1987, 1998
  • First Contact, Dercum Audio, read by David Warner, 1987, 1998
  • Sidewise in Time, Dercum Audio, 1998
  • The Strange Case of John Kingman, Dercum Audio, 1998

Television

  • Biography, The Web, starring Brandon de Wilde. hosted by Jonathan Blake, 1953
  • First Contact, Out There, produced by John Haggott, 1967
  • "The Strange Case of John Kingman," on Lights Out 2.26, March 6, 1950. Cast: John Newland and Richard Purdy
  • "The Strange Case of John Kingman," on Lights Out 2.46, July 31, 1950. Cast: John Baragrey, Oliver Cliff and Philip Coolidge

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