The day of birth of Wilson Collison is not on record. He is an American Author, known for The Girl in the Pullman (1927), Three Wise Girls (1932), Up in Mabel's Room (1944), Wilson Collison's first movie on record is from 1927. His last motion picture on file dates from 1946.
Wilson Collison Filmography [Auszug]
1946: [01.24] Up Goes Maisie (Up She Goes) (Based on ), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Ann Sothern, George Murphy, Hillary Brooke,
1945: [11.30] Getting Gertie's Garter (Based on : play), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Dennis O'Keefe, Binnie Barnes, Sheila Ryan,
1944:  Up in Mabel's Room (Based on : play), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Dennis O'Keefe, Mischa Auer, Gail Patrick,
1932: [/ /1] Three Wise Girls (Based on ), Directed by William Beaudine, with Jean Harlow, Mae Clarke, Walter Byron,
1931: [10.24] Expensive Women (Based on ), Directed by Hobart Henley, with Dolores Costello, H.B. Warner, ,
1927: [/ /1] The Girl in the Pullman (La p'tite dame des wagons-lits) (Story: "The Girl in the Upper C"), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Harrison Ford, Kathryn McGuire, Harry Myers,
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