Bruce Elliott was a science fiction, mystery and television screenwriter during the 1950s. Prior to this, his first story was published in Street & Smith's Doc Savage magazine in June 1944.
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- Like Gibson, Elliott was also a magician.
- In "Tear-Drops of Buddha," the cloak room attendant at the Hotel Argonne is named "Elliott Bruce." This was done as an "inside joke," as Elliott was a friend of Gibson's at the time. Two years later Elliott would replace Gibson as the writer of The Shadow pulps.
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