Ed Earl Repp

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Ed Earl Repp
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Ed Earl Repp, from the October 1938 issue of Amazing Stories
Born Edward Earl Repp
(1901-05-22)May 22, 1901
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Died February 14, 1979(1979-02-14) (aged 77)
Butte City, California
Pen name Bradnor Buckner
Occupation screenwriter, short story writer, novelist
Nationality United States
Genre science fiction, western

Ed Earl Repp (1901–1979) was an American writer, screenwriter and novelist. His stories appeared in several of the early pulp magazines including Air Wonder Stories, Science Wonder Stories and Amazing Stories. After World War II, he began working as a screenwriter for several western movies

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