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    001: HEAVY LADEN.  Alfred A. Knopf  N  1928

    002a:  BABES AND SUCKLINGS. Alfred A. Knopf N  1929
    002b:  BABES AND SUCKLINGS. Alfred A. Knopf N  1929 Second printing before publication.
    002c: (BABES AND SUCKLINGS) THE PARTY.  Popular Library 1966. Wraps.

    003a: GLADIATOR.  Alfred A. Knopf  New York  1930.
    003b: GLADIATOR.  Alfred A. Knopf  London  1930.
    003c: GLADIATOR.  Book League Monthly  New York  March, 1930. Wraps.
    003d: GLADIATOR.  Book League Monthly  N 1930. Hardback.
    003e: GLADIATOR.  Avon 1949. #216. Wraps.
    003f: GLADIATOR.  Shakespeare House   1951.
    003g: GLADIATOR.  Avon 1957. #T-155. Wraps.
    003h: GLADIATOR.  Lancer 1958.  Wraps.
    003i: GLADIATOR.  Lancer 1965. #72-937.  Wraps.
    003j: GLADIATOR.  Lancer 1967. #73-562.  Wraps.
    003k: GLADIATOR.  Lancer (Canadian) 1972. #78686.  Wraps.
    003l: GLADIATOR.  Hyperion 1974.   With a new introduction by Sam Moskowitz. Offset from the Knopf 1930 edition.
    003m: GLADIATOR.  Hyperion 1974. Wraps.
    003n:  GLADIATOR.  Manor  1976. #15210. Wraps.
    003o:  (GLADIATOR)  MAN GOD.  Marvel Preview  1976. #9. Wraps. A comic book version of the novel
    003p: (GLADIATOR)  Like Father .  Young All-Stars 1988. #10.  Wraps. A comic book version of the novel  
    003q:   GLADIATOR.   University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE,  2004. Wraps. With an introduction by Janny Wurts.
    003r:   GLADIATOR.   Disruptive Press 2004. Wraps.

Made into a movie titled THE GLADIATOR by Columbia Pictures in 1938 starring Joe E. Brown and June Travis.   He becomes a college football star after drinking a special serum.   Jerry Siegel acknowledged that GLADIATOR was the inspiration in 1933 for his Superman character which made its memorable first appearance in June 1938 in Action Comics.

    004: BLONDY'S BOY FRIEND.  Chelsea House N  1930. Written under the pseudoname Leatrice Homesley.

    005a: THE MURDERER INVISIBLE.  Farrar & Rinehart N 1931.
    005b: THE MURDERER INVISIBLE.   A. L. Burt N 1931. Reprint.
    005x: THE MURDERER INVISIBLE.   Popular Library #60-2209 1959 wraps.
    005x: THE MURDERER INVISIBLE.   Hyperion Press Westport, CT, 1976.
    005x: THE MURDERER INVISIBLE.   Hyperion Press 1976 wraps.
The screen rights to this book were bought by Universal and elements of the book were incorporated in the movie "The Invisible Man" (see item B-3).

    006a: FOOTPRINT OF CINDERELLA.   Farrar & Rinehart  N  1931. 
    006b: FOOTPRINT OF CINDERELLA.   A. L. Burt  N  1931. Reprint.
    006x: (FOOTPRINT OF CINDERELLA) retitled as 9 RITTENHOUSE SQUARE.   Popular Library  N  1959.  #60-2139. Wraps.

    007a: THE SAVAGE GENTLEMAN.  Farrar &Rinehart N 1932.
    007x: THE SAVAGE GENTLEMAN.  A. L. Burt.  N 1932.
    007x:  THE SAVAGE GENTLEMAN.   University of Nebraska (Bison Books) Lincoln, NE, wraps  2011.
Said by Wikipedia to be the inspiration for the 1930's comic book character Doc Savage.

    008: FIVE FATAL WORDS  (with Edwin Balmer).  Ray Long & Richard R. Smith  N  1932.

    009a:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer)  Serialization in Blue Book Magazine  in six installments: September 1932 - February 1933.
    009b:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Frederick A. Stokes  N  1933.  First state dust jacket has an ad on the back flap for the book "Flawed Blades".
    009c:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Stanley Paul  L  1933
    009d:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  A. L. Burt.  N  1933
    009e:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Serialized in the British magazine The Passing Show in seventeen parts from Dec 1, 1934 to Mar 23, 1935.
    009f:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Triangle Books.  N  1939
    009g:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Triangle Books.  N  1939. Second printing of this edition.
    009h:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  J. B. Lippincott.  N  After 1941 when Lippincott bought out Stokes.
    009i:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  J. B. Lippincott.  N  Copy states "seventh impression".
    009j:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Editions for the Armed Forces. # 801. 1945. Wraps.
    009k:  WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  bound together with AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE in one book (with Edwin Balmer).  J. B. Lippincott.  N.  States copyright renewed 1960. Dust jacket states "Tenth printing" and is priced at $5.95
    009l:   WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  U. of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, 1999. Wraps.
    009m:   WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE and  AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE   (with Edwin Balmer).  Easton Press, Norwalk, CT, 2008. Issued as a two volume set.
Made into a movie in 1951 produced by George Pal for Paramount Pictures, directed by Rudolph Mate.  The movie won an academy award for its special effects. As of December 2012 the imdb says it is in production again - directed by Stephen Sommers - with no release date.

    010a:  AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Serialization in Blue Book Magazine  in six installments: November 1933 - April 1934.
    010b:  AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Frederick A. Stokes  N  1934
    010c:  AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Frederick A. Stokes  N  1934 second printing before publication
    010d:  AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Stanley Paul  L  1934
    010e:  AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  A. L. Burt  N  1934
    010f:  AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  Frederick A. Stokes  N  third printing. 1935
    010g:  AFTER WORLDS COLLIDE  (with Edwin Balmer).  J. B. Lippincott  Philadelphia  [after 1941]

    011a: THE GOLDEN HOARD.  (with Edwin Balmer). Frederick A. Stokes  N  1934.
    011b: THE GOLDEN HOARD.  (with Edwin Balmer). A.L. Burt  N  1934.

    012a: FINNLEY WREN:  HIS NOTIONS AND OPINIONS. Farrar & Rinehart  N  1934.
    012x: FINNLEY WREN:  HIS NOTIONS AND OPINIONS. Farrar & Rinehart  N  1938. Ninth printing.
    012x: FINNLEY WREN:  HIS NOTIONS AND OPINIONS. Rinehart  N  After 1945. Tenth printing.
    012x: FINNLEY WREN:  HIS NOTIONS AND OPINIONS. Rinehart  N  13th printing.

    013a:  THE SHIELD OF SILENCE (with Edwin Balmer). Frederick A. Stokes N 1936.
    013b:  THE SHIELD OF SILENCE (with Edwin Balmer). Blue Ribbon N 1936.

    014a:  THE SMILING CORPSE.  By anonymous (Philip Wylie and Bernard A. Bergman).  Farrar & Rinehart N  1935.
    014b:  THE SMILING CORPSE.  By anonymous (Philip Wylie and Bernard A. Bergman).  Farrar & Rinehart N  1935. Second printing.
A bibliomystery; subtitled: "Wherein G. K. Chesterton, S. S. Van Dine, Sax Rohmer and Dashiell Hammett are surprised to find themselves at a murder as are the anonymous authors".

    015a:  (AS THEY REVELED)  ONE LOVE AT A TIME.  A 50,000 word novel appearing in Redbook,  December 1935.  Expanded and published the next year as AS THEY REVELED.
    015b:  AS THEY REVELED.  Farrar &Rinehart N  1936.
    015x:  AS THEY REVELED.  Avon  N  1951. # 360.
    015x:  AS THEY REVELED.  Avon  N  1954. # 571.

    016a:  TOO MUCH OF EVERYTHING.  Serialized in Red Book Magazine beginning in March 1936.
    016b:  TOO MUCH OF EVERYTHING.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1936.

    017:  AN APRIL AFTERNOON.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1938

    018a:  THE BIG ONES GET AWAY!.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1940. In green cloth.
   018b:  THE BIG ONES GET AWAY!.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1940. Later printing, in blue cloth.
    018c:  THE BIG ONES GET AWAY!.  Editions for the Armed Forces.  M-11. 1944. Wraps.

    019:  THE ARMY WAY (with William W. Muir).  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1940

    020a:  DANGER MANSION and A RESOURCEFUL LADY..  Bantam Publications, Los Angeles, 1940. #27. Wraps.
(See item # 45).
    020b:  DANGER MANSION..  Popular Library, N 1966. #60-2149. Wraps.

    021a:  SALT WATER DAFFY.  Farrar & Rinehart N 1941.
    021b:  SALT WATER DAFFY.  Editions for the Armed Forces.  Q-21. 1945. Wraps.

    022:  THE OTHER HORSEMAN.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1942

    023a:  GENERATION OF VIPERS.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1942.  First printing was 4000 copies, it sold out in one week.
    023b:  GENERATION OF VIPERS.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1942. Later printing; Where dust jacket states "11th printing".
    023c:  GENERATION OF VIPERS.  Rinehart  N  1946. Later printing; first edition thus.
    023d:  GENERATION OF VIPERS.  Rinehart  N  1955. On the title page says: "Newly annotated by the author" and "20th edition". First edition thus.
    023e:  GENERATION OF VIPERS.  Frederick Muller London  1955.
    023f:  GENERATION OF VIPERS.  Holt,Rinehart and Winston  N  1964.
    023g:  GENERATION OF VIPERS.  Holt,Rinehart and Winston  N  1968.
    023h:  GENERATION OF VIPERS.  Larlin Marietta, GA  1978. Facsimile reprint of 1954 edition.
    023x:   GENERATION OF VIPERS.  Dalkey Archive Press  1996. Wraps.

    024a:  (TWO COMPLETE MYSTERY STORIES)   STAB IN THE BACK.   A novella appearing in The American Magazine for October 1943.
    024b:  TWO COMPLETE MYSTERY STORIES.   Century Publications Chicago   1943. A paperback containing STAB IN THE BACK by Philip Wylie and BOTTOM DEAL by Judson Philips.

    025a:  CORPSES AT INDIAN STONES.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1943.
    025b:  CORPSES AT INDIAN STONES.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1943. Second printing.

    026a:  FISH AND TIN FISH.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1944
    026b:  FISH AND TIN FISH.  Editions for the Armed Forces.  L-19.  1944.   Wraps.
    026c:  FISH AND TIN FISH.  Farrar & Rinehart  N  1944. Second printing.

    027a:  NIGHT UNTO NIGHT.  Farrar & Rinehart N  1944.
    027b:  NIGHT UNTO NIGHT.  Editions for the Armed Forces.  774. 1945. Wraps.
    027c:  NIGHT UNTO NIGHT.  Farrar & Rinehart N  2nd printing before publication.
    027d:  NIGHT UNTO NIGHT.  Farrar & Rinehart N  3rd printing.
    027e:  NIGHT UNTO NIGHT.  Farrar & Rinehart N  5th printing.
    027f:  NIGHT UNTO NIGHT.  Grosset & Dunlap, N., (no date). Circa 1949. Published as a movie-tie-in with photographs of the actors on the dust jacket.
Made into a movie of the same name by Warner Brothers in 1949 starring Ronald Reagan, Viveca Lindfors, and Brodrick Crawford.

    028:  SELECTED SHORT STORIES.  Editions for the Armed Forces  1945.   # S-8.   Wraps.   Contains nine Crunch and Des stories, four of which were later collected in CRUNCH & DES, STORIES OF FLORIDA FISHING. The other five are only available in this book.

    029:  AN ESSAY ON MORALS.   Rinehart N  1947
    030:  CRUNCH AND DES: STORIES OF FLORIDA FISHING.  Rinehart N 1948.
    031:  OPUS 21.  Rinehart N 1949.

    032a:  THE DISAPPEARANCE.   Rinehart N  1951.
    032b:  THE DISAPPEARANCE.   Rinehart N  1951. Second printing.
    032c:  THE DISAPPEARANCE.   Rinehart N  1951. Third printing.
    032d:  THE DISAPPEARANCE.   Gollancz L  1951.
    032x:  THE DISAPPEARANCE.   Gollancz L  1951. Second printing.
    032x:  THE DISAPPEARANCE.   Gollancz L  1951. Fourth printing.
    032x:  THE DISAPPEARANCE.   Pocket Books N  Oct 1971. 8th printing.
    032x:  THE DISAPPEARANCE.   Gollancz L  1972.
    032x:  THE DISAPPEARANCE.    University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, 2004 Wraps. With an introduction by Robert Silverberg.
This book was optioned for the movies by Warner Brothers with George Pal as producer and was in pre-production planning in 1980. When Pal died in 1980, the project was canceled.

    033a:  THREE TO BE READ.   Rinehart  N  1952.  Contains three novellas, the second one, Sporting Blood, is a Crunch and Des story. The first one, The Smuggled Atom Bomb, first appeared in the August 4 1951 issue of the Saturday Evening Post magazine. The third one was Experiment in Crime. See items 39 and 40.
    033b:  THREE TO BE READ.   Rinehart  N  1952. Second printing.

    034:  DENIZENS OF THE DEEP.  Rinehart N 1953.

    035a:  TOMORROW !   Rinehart  N  1954.
    035b:  TOMORROW !   Rinehart  N  1954.  Later printing
    035c:  TOMORROW !    University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, 2009. Wraps.
Selected as a Readers' Digest condensed book; Summer 1954. Said to have been made into a movie THE DAY AFTER (1983) starring Jason Robards and John Lithgow.

    036a:  THE BEST OF CRUNCH AND DES.  Rinehart N  1954. Collects twenty-one stories from prior books.
    036b:  THE BEST OF CRUNCH AND DES.  Fawcett N  1958. Crest # S-240. Wraps. Abridged, contains ten of the twenty-one stories.

    037:  THE ANSWER.  Rinehart  N  1955.
Televised as a one hour episode on the TV series "Playwrights'56" in 1955.

    038a:  TREASURE CRUISE AND OTHER CRUNCH AND DES STORIES.  Rinehart  N  1956.
    038b:  TREASURE CRUISE AND OTHER CRUNCH AND DES STORIES.  Macfadden Banner  N  1967. In wraps.

    039a:  EXPERIMENT IN CRIME.   Avon N 1956  Wraps.  A novella which first appeared in THREE  TO BE READ.
    039b:  EXPERIMENT IN CRIME.    Wildside Press 2010 Wraps.

    040a:  SMUGGLED ATOM BOMB.  Avon N 1956.  Wraps.  A novella which first appeared in THREE TO BE READ.
    040b:  SMUGGLED ATOM BOMB.  Lancer N 1967.  Wraps. # 73-689.

    041a:   INNOCENT AMBASADORS.  Rinehart N  1957.
    041x:   INNOCENT AMBASADORS.   Frederick Muller London 1958.
    041x:   INNOCENT AMBASADORS.   Greenwood Press 1975.

    042a:   TRIUMPH.  A novel serialized (and condensed) in the Saturday Evening Post beginning February 2, 1963.
    042b:   TRIUMPH.  Doubleday  N  1963
    042c:    TRIUMPH.   University of Nebraska (Bison Books) Lincoln, NE, wraps  2007

    043:   THEY BOTH WERE NAKED.  Doubleday  N  1965
    044:   AUTUMN ROMANCE.  Lancer Books N 1965.  In wraps.  Stories reprinted from earlier books.
    045.   A RESOURCEFUL LADY.  Popular Library N 1966.  Wraps.
(See item # 20).
    046:   THE MAGIC ANIMAL.  Doubleday  N  1968
    047:   THE SPY WHO SPOKE PORPOISE.  Doubleday N 1969.
    048:   SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF MOM.  Doubleday N 1971.
    049:   LOS  ANGELES: AD 2017.  Popular Library N 1971.  Wraps.  A novel based on Wylie's teleplay for NBCTV's THE NAME OF THE GAME. ( See below ).

    050a:  THE END OF THE DREAM.  Doubleday N 1972
    050b:  THE END OF THE DREAM.  Elmfield Press, Morley (Leeds), UK, 1975.
    050c:  THE END OF THE DREAM .  U of Nebraska Press, 2013

    051a:   CRUNCH& DES; CLASSIC STORIES OF SALTWATER FISHING. Lyons & Burford; New York  1990. isbn: 1-55821-080-6
    051b:   CRUNCH & DES; CLASSIC STORIES OF SALTWATER FISHING. Globe Pequot Press; Guilford, CT  1990. In wraps. isbn: 1-58574-495-6
    051c:   CRUNCH & DES; CLASSIC STORIES OF SALTWATER FISHING. Skyhorse Publishing  2014. isbn: 1628736801

    052:   TEN THOUSAND BLUNT INSTRUMENTS AND OTHER TALES OF MYSTERY.   Edited by Bill Pronzini. Crippen & Landru   2010. In wraps.

B ITEMS  Screenplays

    001:  MURDERS IN THE ZOO.  1933.  A Paramount film starring Lionel Atwill and Randolph Scott.  Original story and dialogue continuity by Philip Wylie and Seton I. Miller.
    002:  KING OF THE JUNGLE.  1932.  A Paramount film starring Buster Crabb.  Screenplay by Philip Wylie, Max Marcin, and Fred Niblo, Jr. 
    003:  THE INVISIBLE MAN.  Based on the novel by H. G. Wells.  1933.  A Universal film starring Claude Rains.  Screenplay by R. C. Sherriff ( and Philip Wylie, uncredited ).
    004:  ISLAND OF LOST SOULS.  Based on H. G. Wells' Island of Dr. Moreau. 1933.  A Paramount film starring Charles Laughton and Bella Lugosi.  Screenplay by Philip Wylie and Waldemar Young. 
    005:  JOHNNY TIGER.  1966.  A film starring Robert Taylor. Credits: "Writer: Philip Wylie".
   006:  LOS  ANGELES: AD 2017. 1971.  A feature-length episode from NBCTV's series THE NAME OF THE GAME. Produced by Universal Television starring Gene Barry. This was the directorial debut of Steven Spielberg in a science fiction work.

       Magazines (a sampling to show the diversity of magazines)

    001.  College Humor; the Best Comedy in America.  March 1926.  Westward Hoax
    001.  Holland's; the Magazine of the South.  1929.  Worldly Riches.
    001.  Saturday Evening Post.  Dec 13, 1930.  Why Colleges Fail Students  (article).
    001.  Colliers.  May 25, 1931.  Perkins Takes the Case  (story).
    001.  Red Book.  October 1931.  Sued on All Sides  (story).  
    001.  Saturday Evening Post.  December 19, 1931.  The Russians Have Beards  (article).  
    001:  College Humor Magazine.  February, 1932. Abolish Fraternities. (article).
    001:  Liberty Magazine.  April 16, 1932. The Pink Chamise. (story).
    001:  Harper's Magazine.  Nov 1933. Writing For the Movies. (article).
    001:  The American Magazine.  July 1934. Death Flies East.  Labeled "a short mystery novel".  Made into a movie of the same title by Columbia in 1935 .
    001:  Liberty Magazine.  June 13, 1936.  Death on the 8:06.  Labeled "a novel".
    001:  The American Magazine.  July 1936.  The Paradise Canyon Mystery.  Labeled "a full-length novel". This novel was made into a movie entitled FAIR WARNING starring John Payne and Betty Furness.
    001:  Pictorial Review. October 1936.  The Girl Who Really Got Kissed.
    001:  Red Book.  December 1936.  Second Honeymoon (50,000 word novel).  The story was set at the Rooney Plaza hotel in Miami Beach. Made into a film by Twentieth Century Fox, released November 12, 1937.  Starring Tyrone Power and Loretta Young.  Produced by Darryl F. Zanuck.
    001:  American Magazine.  June 1937.   Puzzle in Snow.  Labeled "a complete novel".
    001:  Red Book.  November 1937.  Home From the Hills.  Labeled "a full-length novel".
    001:  Red Book.  November 1938.  Profile of a Prodigal.  Labeled "Redbook's Novel of the Month".
    001:  Saturday Evening Post.  June 10, 1939.  Widow Voyage (story).  First appearance of Crunch Adams and Desperate Smith.
    001:  Red Book.  June 1940.  No Scandal!.  Labeled "Redbook's Novel of the Month".
    001:  Saturday Evening Post.  July 19, 1941.  Fish Bites Man (story).
    001:  Field & Stream.  February, 1942.  Blue Sails in the Sunset (article).
    001:  Reader's Digest.  July, 1942. Reports from a Rookie (article). 
    001:  Cosmopolitan.  November, 1942. The Girls They Left Behind Them - Should They Have Dates ? (article). 
    001:  Saturday Evening Post.  May 29, 1943.  Crunch Catches a Megrim (story). The cover of this magazine is the famous Rockwell illustration of "Rosie the Riveter".
    001:  Vogue. November 1, 1943. He Will be Different, Will You? (article).
    001:  The Grapevine, the magazine of Alcoholics Anonymous.  September, 1944. I Am One (article). 
    001:  McCalls.  May, 1945. Infidelity (story).
    001:  Colliers' Magazine.  September 29, 1945.  Deliverance or Doom (story).
    001:  Blue Book.  October 1945.   The Paradise Crater (story).
    001:  The Saturday Review of Literature.  December 7, 1946.  More Musings on Mom (article).
    001:  Ford Times.  1947. The Compleat Florida Angler (article).
    001:  Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine.  January 1948.  Perkins Finds $ 3,400,000 (story).
    001:  Natural History Magazine.  September 1948.  The Lerner Marine Laboratory (article).
    001:  Look.  March 29 1949.  Florida, Polluted Paradise (article).
    001:  Worlds Beyond.  December 1950.  An Epistle to the Thessalonians (story).
    001:  The Atlantic.  February 1951.  A Better Way to Beat the Bomb (article).
    001:  Saturday Evening Post.  August 4, 1951. The Smuggled Atomic Bomb (story).
    001:  Saturday Evening Post.  September 15, 1951.  Anyone Can Raise Orchids (article).
    001:  House & Garden.  March, 1952. My Florida House (article).
    001:  Esquire Magazine.  November 1952. Big Game Fishing (article).
    001:  True Magazine.  November 1953. Middleweights of the Sea (article).
    001:  The Saint Detective Magazine.  January 1954.  It Couldn't Be Murder (story).
    001:  Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.  February 1954.  Panic, Psychology, and the Bomb (article).
    001:  The Atlantic.  April 1954. Science Has Spoiled my Supper (article).
    001:  Sports Illustrated.  September 1954. Freedom Under the Seas (article).
    001:  Good Housekeeping.  February 1955.  The Crime of Mickey Spillane (article).
    001:  Playboy.  November 1956.  The Abdicating Male (article).
    001:  Woman's Day.  August 1957.  Are American Women Really Spoiled (article).
    001:  Playboy.  September 1958. The Womanizing of America (article)
    001:  Saturday Evening Post.  January 17, 1959.  Girl on Bongo Key (story).
    001:  Saturday Evening Post.  March 21, 1959.  The Rascals Who Impersonate Me (article).
    001:  Coronet Magazine.  September 1959.  We Are Making a Circus of Death (article).
    001:  Ford Times.  February 1963. Miami Playground (article).
    001:  Ladies Home Journal.  November 1963. Just Thinking (article).
    001:  Reader's Digest.  December 1965. The Making of a Man (article).
    001:  Argosy Magazine.  July 1966. Sailfish, HO (story, Crunch & Des).
    001:  Popular Science Magazine.  March 1967. UFOs - The sense and the nonsense (article).
    001:  Popular Science Magazine.  January 1968. McNamara's Missile Defense - a Multi-billion Dollar Fiasco ? (article).
    001:  Argosy.  May 1990 and November 1990.  Serialization of THE SAVAGE GENTLEMAN.

       Anthologies (a sampling)

    001:   The Bedroom Companion.  Farrar & Rinehart  N 1935.  Three SonnetsAdult AdulteryOde to the Impossibility of RapeAn Essay on What a Young Girl Ought and Ought Not to Know in These Days. No editor is given for this book. Its style and topographical layout leads some people to believe Wylie might have been the editor.
    001:   The Second Mystery Book.  Farrar & Rinehart  N 1940.  Puzzle in Snow (story). Labeled "a novelette".
    001:   Post Stories of 1939.  Little, Brown,  Boston 1940.  The Visiting Fire-Eater (story).
    001:   This is War.  Edited by Norman McClinton. Dodd, Mead 1942.   You're on Your Own ( a radio play )
    001:   Fifth Mystery Book.  Farrar & Rinehart   N 1944.   Stab in the Back (story).
    001:   Great Fishing Stories.  Edited by Edwin V. Mitchell. Doubleday N 1946.  Once on a Sunday.
    001:   Strange Ports of Call.  Edited by August Derleth. Pellegrini & Cudahy  N 1948.  Blunder.
    001:   Gamefish of the World.  Edited by Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald. Nicholson & Watson  L  1949.  Smaller Game Fish of the East Coast  (article).
    001:   Shot in the Dark.  Edited by Judith Merril. Bantam N 1950.  #751. Wraps. Blunder
    001:   The Saturday Evening Post Stories 1955. Random House: New York, 1955. The Answer (story - a novelette).
    001:   The Great Stories From the World of Sports.   Simon & Schuster N 1958.  Lighttackle Fishing  (story).
    001:   Fireside Book of Fishing.  Edited by Raymond R. Camp.   Simon and Schuster N 1959.  The Visiting Fire Eater (story).
    001:   Murder in Miami.  Edited by Brett Halliday.   Dell Paperback Original N 1959.  Murder at Galleon Key (story).
    001:   Masterpieces of Science Fiction.  Edited by Sam Moskowitz.  World  N  1966.  The Paradise Crater and Seeing New York by Kiddie Car (stories).
    001:   Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine.  Davis Publications Nov, 1968.  Invitation to Murder (short novel).
    001:   Ellery Queen's Cops and Capers.  Davis Publications 1977.  Not Easy to Kill (story).
    001:   Fantasy Voyages.  Edited by Vincent Miranda.  Curtis N 1979.  The Answer (story).
    001:   Armchair Angler.  Edited by Terry Brykczynski and David Reuther.  Scribners N 1986.  The Shipwreck of Crunch and Des (story).
    001:   Baker's Dozen. Edited by Bill Pronzine, etc.  Bonanza 1987.  Puzzle in Snow (story). This book was also published under the title Thirteen Short Detective Novels.
    001:   The One That Got Away.  Edited by Martin H. Greenberg, etc. Bonanza  1989.  Spar the Rod and Once on a Sunday (stories).
    001:   Florida Stories.  Edited by Kevin McCarthy.  University of Florida Press 1989.  Widow Voyage
    001:   Fishing's Best Short Stories.  Edited by Paul D. Staudohar.  Chicago Review Press 2000.  Light Tackle

       Forewards (a sampling)

    001:   Aswell, Mary L., editor.  It's a Woman's World; Stories from Harper's Bazaar.  McGraw-Hill N 1944.
    001:   Dean, Abner.  It's a Long Way to Heaven.  Farrar & Rinehart N 1945.
    001:   La Monte, Francesca.   North American Game Fishes.  Doubleday N 1946.
    001:   (anonymous). American Thought - 1947. Gresham Press 1947.
    001:   Farrington, S. Kip. Fishing the Atlantic. Coward-McCann N 1949.
    001:   Fennell, Jr., T. A.  Orchids For Home and Garden. Rinehart N 1956.

       Misc

COME ON, MARINES.  1934.   Paramount. Starred Ida Lupino and Richard Arlen. Credits: "From a story by Philip Wylie".

UNDER SUSPICION.   1937. A movie starring Jack Holt. "Based on a story by Philip Wylie" which appeared in Liberty Magazine.

CHARLIE CHAN IN RENO.  1939.  Twentieth Century-Fox.  Credits: "Story: Philip Wylie". Based on the original story "Death Makes a Decree" by Philip Wylie.

THE SMILING GHOST.  1941.  Warner Brothers.  "Story: Philip Wylie (uncredited)".

SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES.  1942.  Based on a story by Philip Wylie. A Twentieth-Century Fox movie starring Betty Grable, Carmen Miranda, and Cesar Romero.

CINDERELLA JONES.  1946.  Directed by Busby Berkeley.  Based on a story by Philip Wylie.

From January 8, 1940 to March 29, 1941 there was an adventure comic strip running in the daily papers called "Speed Spaulding" credited to Philip Wylie and Edwin Balmer. There were a total of 384 daily strips. It was drawn by the artist Marvin Bradley. It is described in the literature as a comic strip version of WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE with the addition of the Speed Spauling character. It was serialized in Famous Funnies beginning with issue #72 in July 1940.

In the 1940's Wylie wrote a syndicated newspaper column titled "Off My Chest".

Wylie's short story Blunder was televised in 1951 as an episode of the series "Tales of Tomorrow".

There was a comic book version of WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE in Journey Into Unknown Worlds #37(2) by Atlas Comics, December 1950.

There was a television series of 37 half hour episodes during 1955-56 entitled CRUNCH AND DES. It starred Forrest Tucker as "Crunch" Adams and Sandy Kenyon as "Desperate" Smith.

The First Thirty Years at the University of Miami. Coral Gables: University of Miami, 1957. 14 pp. 23 cm.

       Biographies (a sampling)

    001:  Moskowitz, Sam.  Explorers of the Infinite.  World, Cleveland, 1963. Contains biographies of famous science fiction authors. There is a chapter on Philip Wylie.
    002:  Keefer, Truman F.  Philip Wylie.  Twayne, Boston, 1977. 168 pp.
    003:  Barshay, Robert Howard.  Philip Wylie: The Man and His Work.   University Press of America, Washington, DC, 1979. 127 pp. Contains an extensive bibliography.
    004:  Bendau, Clifford P.  Still Worlds Collide; Philip Wylie and the End of the American Dream.  The Milford Series: Popular Writers of Today.  Vol 30; 1980.  63pp.  ISBN 0-89370-1440.
    005:  Reiger, George.  Profiles in Salt Water Angling.   Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1973. Contains biographies of famous fishing personalities including sixteen pages on Philip Wylie.
    006:  The Princeton University Library has 291 boxes containing the papers of Philip Wylie. Includes typescripts, newspaper clippings, letters, and bank statements.
 
 

Highlighted  items are said to be in print as of 07/30/2014 according to Amazon. POD items are not included.

Last modified: 23 October 2014