|Name Marcel Allain|
|Ex-spouse Henriette Kistler|
|Died August 25, 1969, Yvelines, France|
Books Fantomas, The silent executioner, The Daughter of Fantomas
Movies Fantomas, Fantomas se dechaine, Fantomas: Juve vs Fantomas, Fantomas: The Murderou, Fantomas: The False Magistrate
Similar People Pierre Souvestre, Louis Feuillade, Andre Hunebelle, Rene Navarre, Jean Marais
Fantômas by Marcel Allain (Book Reading, British English Female Voice)
Marcel Allain (15 September 1885 – 25 August 1969) was a French writer mostly remembered today for his co-creation with Pierre Souvestre of the fictional arch-villain and master criminal Fantômas.
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The son of a Parisian bourgeois family, Allain studied law before becoming a journalist. He then became the assistant of Souvestre, who was already a well-known figure in literary circles. In 1909, the two men published their first novel, Le Rour. Investigating Magistrate Germain Fuselier, later to become a recurring character in the Fantômas series, appears in the novel.
Then, in February 1911, Allain and Souvestre embarked upon the Fantômas book series at the request of publisher Arthème Fayard, who wanted to create a new monthly pulp magazine. The success was immediate and lasting.
After Souvestre’s death in February 1914, Allain continued the Fantômas saga alone, then launched several other series, such as Tigris, Fatala, Miss Téria and Férocias, but none garnered the same popularity as Fantômas. 
In 1926, Allain married Souvestre’s girl-friend, Henriette Kistler. In total, Allain wrote more than 400 novels in his prolific career.