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The Fellowship of the Frog

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The Fellowship of the Frog
AuthorEdgar Wallace
CountryUnited Kingdom
SeriesInspector Elk
PublisherWard, Lock & Co.
Publication date
Media typePrint
Preceded byThe Nine Bears 

The Fellowship of the Frog is a 1925 crime novel by the British writer Edgar Wallace.[1] It was part of a series of books featuring the character Inspector Elk of Scotland Yard. In 1936 it was adapted into a West End play The Frog by Ian Hay, which inspired the subsequent films.

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Film adaptations

An American film serial Mark of the Frog was made in 1928.

In 1937 it was turned into a British film The Frog directed by Jack Raymond and starring Gordon Harker as Elk. Due to its popularity, it was followed by a sequel The Return of the Frog the next year.

In 1959 the West German film Der Frosch mit der Maske film was made, inspired the novel. It commenced a lengthy series of Wallace adaptations made by Rialto Film made over the following decade.


  1. ^ Goble, Alan (1999). The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. p. 487. ISBN 3598114923.

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