Born: Established: 17 Oct 1917 Sydney, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 23 Jun 1991 New York (City), New York (State),
Because early television is something of a transient medium, some of the stand-alone episodes/telemovies with which Locke Elliott's name is associated cannot be traced. These are listed below:
'The Trap', Studio One (anthology series), CBS, 1950.
Listed in some sources as an adaptation penned by Locke Elliott, but this episode itself cannot be confirmed (and therefore neither can authorship).
'Old Jim's Second Woman', The Web (anthology series), CBS, 1951.
Sometimes given as 'Old Jim's Second Woman'. Aired in July 1951, but cannot be confirmed as Locke Elliott's work at this stage.
'The Rose Garden', Suspense (anthology series), C.B.S., 1951.
Some sources list this as an adaptation by Sumner Locke Elliott from an untraced source. Some list it as an adaptation by Antony Ellis of an untraced short story by Sumner Locke Elliott. The details have so far not been confirmed.