Wallace West

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For the superhero, see Wally West.

Wallace West ((1900-05-22)May 22, 1900-March 8, 1980(1980-03-08)) was an American science fiction writer. He began publishing in 1927 with the story "Loup-Garou" in Weird Tales. The majority of West's work, which appeared prior to the 1960s, was short fiction, although he occasionally did turn his hand to writing novels. His novels, mostly published after World War II, were mostly re-workings of his pre-war short fiction.


West's novelette "Outlaw Queen of Venus" was the cover story for the February 1944 issue of Fantastic Adventures

Film history[edit]

  • Alice in Wonderland (1934)
  • Betty Boop in Snow-White (1934)
  • Paramount Newsreel Men with Admiral Byrd in Little America (1934)


  • The Bird of Time (1959)
  • Lords of Atlantis (1960)
  • The Memory Bank (1962)
  • River of Time (1963)
  • The Time-Lockers (1964)
  • The Everlasting Exiles (1967)


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