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Frederick Schiller Faust (May 29, 1892 – May 12, 1944) was an American author known primarily for his thoughtful and literary Westerns under the pen name Max Brand. His other pseudonyms include George Owen Baxter, Evan Evans, George Evans, David Manning, John Frederick, Peter Morland, George Challis, and Frederick Frost.Faust was born in Seattle to Gilbert Leander Faust and Louisa Elizabeth (Uriel) Faust, both of whom died when Faust was still a boy. He grew up in central California, and later worked as a cowhand on one of the many ranches of the San Joaquin Valley. Faust attended the University of California, Berkeley, where he began to write for student publications, poetry magazines, and newspapers. Failing to graduate, Faust joined the Canadian Army in 1915, but deserted the next year and moved to New York City.During the 1910s, Faust sold stories to the pulp magazines of Frank Munsey, including All-Story Weekly and Argosy Magazine. When the United States entered World War I in 1917, Faust tried to enlist but was rejected. He married Dorothy Schillig in 1917, and the couple had three children.In the 1920s, Faust wrote extensively for pulp magazines, especially Street & Smith’s Western Story Magazine, a weekly for which he would write over a million words a year under various pen names, often seeing two serials and a short novel published in a single issue. In 1921, he suffered a severe heart attack, and for the rest of his life suffered from chronic heart disease.His love for mythology was a constant source of inspiration for his fiction, and it has been speculated that these classical influences accounted in some part for his success as a popular writer. Many of his stories would later inspire films. He created the Western character Destry, featured in several cinematic versions of Destry Rides Again, and his character Dr. Kildare was adapted to motion pictures, radio, television, and comic books.In 1934 Faust began to write for upscale, slick magazines, often writing from a villa in Italy. In 1938, due to political events in Europe, he returned with his family to the United States and settled in Hollywood where he worked as a screenwriter for a number of film studios. At one point, Warner Brothers paid him $3,000 a week (a year’s salary for an average worker at the time), and he made a fortune from MGM’s Dr. Kildare adaptions. Faust became one of the highest paid writers of his day. Ironically, Faust disparaged his commercial success and used his real name only for the poetry that he regarded as his literary calling.When World War II began, Faust insisted on doing his part, and despite being well into middle age and having a heart condition, managed to become a front line war correspondent. Soldiers with whom he served reportedly enjoyed having this popular author among them. While traveling with American soldiers fighting in Italy in 1944, Faust was mortally wounded by shrapnel. He was personally commended for bravery by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Historian Arthur Herman recommends his book Fighter Squadron at Guadalcanal with enthusiasm (New York Post, June 2, 2012). Wikipedia

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1Frederick Schiller Faust also wrote under the pseudonyms George Owen Baxter, Evan Evans, George Evans, David Manning, John Frederick, Peter Morland, George Challis, and Frederick Frost.
2Faust's father was a lawyer, land speculator, bank president, and lumber-mill owner in Seattle and in California.
3He had a weak heart and suffered a heart attack at the early age of 29. Despite this heart condition and already being into middle age, he volunteered for war correspondent duty in WWII. Hit by shrapnel, he asked medics to attend to the younger men first.
4Estimated that he wrote 25 million words in his career, mostly in novels, short stories and screenplays
5"Max Brand" was the most famous of his five pseudonyms.
6Was a war correspondent for "Harper's" magazine during World War II covering the fighting against German forces in Italy when he was hit by shrapnel, and later died of his wounds. Fighting was so fierce at the time of his death that the people around him didn't keep track of the date of his death. The 12 May date was a "best guess" date that is unconfirmed but considered official by the U.S. Army.


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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Shoot First and Pray You Live (Because Luck Has Nothing to Do with It)2008book "Luck"
Destry reitet wieder1966TV Movie novella
Destry1964TV Series character - 13 episodes
Dr. Kildare1961TV Series story - 1 episode
Lux Video Theatre1955TV Series novel - 1 episode
Destry1954suggested by novel "Destry Rides Again"
Gruen Guild Theater1952TV Series story - 1 episode
My Outlaw Brother1951book "South of the Rio Grande"
Branded1950novel "Montana Rides" - as Evan Evans
Singing Guns1950based on the novel by
NBC Presents1949TV Series story - 1 episode
Dark Delusion1947character creator
Rainbow Over Texas1946story
Between Two Women1945based on characters created by
3 Men in White1944characters
Uncertain Glory1944screenplay
The Desperadoes1943original story
Calling Dr. Gillespie1942characters
Powder Town1942novel
Dr. Kildare's Victory1942based on the characters created by
Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day1941based on the characters created by
The People vs. Dr. Kildare1941story
Dr. Kildare's Crisis1940story
Dr. Kildare Goes Home1940based on an original story by
Dr. Kildare's Strange Case1940story
Destry Rides Again1939suggested by novel "Destry Rides Again"
The Secret of Dr. Kildare1939story
Calling Dr. Kildare1939from an original story by
Young Dr. Kildare1938story
Internes Can't Take Money1937story
Destry Rides Again1932novel
A Holy Terror1931novel "Trailin'"
Fair Warning1931novel "The Untamed"
The Cavalier1928story "The Black Rider" - as Frederick Faust
The Flying Horseman1926story "Dark Rosaleen"
The Best Bad Man1925story "Senor Jingle Bells"
Against All Odds1924novel "Cuttles' Hired Man"
The Vagabond Trail1924novel "Donnegan" - as George Owen Baxter
Mile-a-Minute Romeo1923story "The Gun Gentleman"
Darkness1923Short story
The Gunfighter1923story "Hired Guns"
Three Who Paid1923story - as George Owen Baxter
Just Tony1922adapted from the novel by
The Fighting Streak1922novel "Free Range Lanning" - as George Owen Baxter
Iron to Gold1922story - as George Owen Baxter
Trailin'1921novel
The Night Horsemen1921novel
Shame1921magazine serial Clung
Children of the Night1921story
Tiger True1921story "Tiger"
A Thousand to One1920story "Fate's Honeymoon"
The Untamed1920novel
Kiss or Kill1918novelette Mr. Cinderella
Lawless Love1918story "Above the Law"
The Adopted Son1917story

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