The Calendar (novel)

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First edition, William Collins, Sons, London, 1930

The Calendar is a 1930 British thriller novel by Edgar Wallace. A racehorse owner agrees to throw a race and has to deal with the consequences of his decision.[1]


It was first published by William Collins, Sons, London, in 1930.[2]


The story was made into two films. A 1931 version starring Herbert Marshall and a 1948 version starring John McCallum[3]

There was also a stage version by Wallace, published by Samuel French Ltd. in 1932; the original production being directed by the author.[4]


  1. ^ "The Calendar". 
  2. ^ "The Calendar". 
  3. ^ Michael O'Brien (5 July 1948). "The Calendar (1948)". IMDb. 
  4. ^ "Edgar Wallace - The Calendar".