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Harry Sinclair Drago

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Harry Sinclair Drago (20 March 1887 - 25 October 1979) was an American writer of screenplays and Westerns. He also wrote under the names Stewart Cross, Kirk Deming, Will Ermine, Bliss Lomax, J. Wesley Putnam and Grant Sinclair.[1]

Partial filmography


  • Red River Valley
  • Lost Bonanzas: True Stories of Buried Treasure and Lost Mines of the American West
  • Outlaws on Horseback: The History of the Organized Bands of Bank and Train Robbers Who Terrorized the Prairie Towns of Missouri, Kansas, Indian Territory, and Oklahoma for Half a Century
  • The Great Range Wars: Violence on the Grasslands
  • Notorious Ladies Of The Frontier
  • Great American Cattle Trails: The Story of the Old Cow Paths of the East and the Longhorn Highways of the Plains
  • The Legend Makers: Tales of the Old-Time Peace Officers and Desperadoes of the Frontier
  • Pay-Off at Black Hawk
  • The Steamboaters; From the Early Side-Wheelers to the Big Packets
  • River of Gold
  • Out of the Silent North
  • Trigger Gospel
  • Road Agents And Train Robbers; Half A Century Of Western Banditry
  • Whispering Sage
  • Guardians of the Sage
  • Wild, Woolly & Wicked: The History of the Kansas Cow Towns And the Texas Cattle trade
  • Where the Loon Calls
  • Canal Days In America; The History And Romance Of Old Towpaths And Waterways
  • Lost Bonanzas: Tales of the Legendary Lost Mines of the Old West
  • Suzanna: A Romance of Early California
  • Laramie Rides Alone
  • Montana Road
  • Lone Wolf of Drygulch Trail/More Precious Than Gold
  • Following the Grass
  • This Way to Hell (1933) writing as Stewart Cross.

Screenplay Novelizations (all Grosset and Dunlap Photoplay Editions, circa 1929-1932):


Drago's papers are at Syracuse University.[2]


  1. ^ Joseph F. Clarke (1977). Pseudonyms. BCA. p. 197.
  2. ^ "Harry Sinclair Drago Papers An inventory of his papers at Syracuse University". Syracuse University.

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