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Robert Welles Ritchie
(1879–1942)
American author, journalist and scenario writer. Many of his short stories were published in magazines like Harper's.

WorksEdit

Magazine stories and articlesEdit

  • "The Cat and the King" (1912) [novellette, from the Popular Magazine, Dec. 18, 1912 [#Billy and Bethell]
  • "The Great Cardinal Seal" (1914) novellette, from the Popular Magazine, Nov. 7, 1914 [#Billy and Bethell]
  • "The Gold Pince-Nez" (1915) novellette, from the Popular Magazine, Feb. 23, 1915
  • "Mr. Gunn and the Fretful Volcano" (1915) short story, from the Popular Magazine, Oct. 20, 1915
  • "Original Bill" (1916) ss, from Harper's Magazine, Jun 1916 [#Original Bill]
  • "The Troubadour of Little Poison" (1916) ss, from Harper's Magazine, Jul 1916 [#Original Bill]
  • "Stalemate" (1916) novelette, from the Popular Magazine, Nov. 7, 1916 [#Raoul Flack / Boylan]
  • "His Master's Voice" (1916) short story, from the Popular Magazine, Nov.20, 1916 [#Raoul Flack / Boylan]
  • "Virus X" (1916) short story, from the Popular Magazine, Dec. 20, 1916 [#Raoul Flack / Boylan]
  • "Rods of the Law" (1917) ss, from Harper's Magazine, Apr 1917 [#Original Bill]

Non-fiction


A list of movies for which he wrote the stories or scenarios is at [IMDB]


 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1942, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.