Bogart, William G

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(1903-1977) US editor and author of Pulp fiction from the late 1930s, best known under his own name for the Johnny Saxon series of nonfantastic thrillers beginning with Hell on Fridays (1940), noirishly illuminating about the pulp magazine word, including publishers like Street and Smith. He is best known for his contributions to the Doc Savage series as one of the authors publishing under the House Name Kenneth Robeson – whom see for a full list of titles in the series. One tale, written originally for Doc Savage but not used, appeared as The Crazy Indian (November 1946 Mammoth Adventure; 1987 chap). [JC]

William G Bogart

born New York: 17 June 1903

died Burlington, Vermont: 20 July 1977

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Doc Savage

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