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Name  Lewis Collins

Role  Film director
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Movies  The Desert Trail, Raiders of Ghost City, Canyon Ambush, Killer Dill, Wild Stallion
Similar People  Ray Taylor, Fuzzy Knight, Dennis Moore, I Stanford Jolley, Johnny Mack Brown
Born  January 12, 1899 (age 55), Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.

Died   August 24, 1954 (aged 55) Hollywood, California, U.S.

Trouble Busters (1933) JACK HOXIE


Lewis D. Collins, often known as Lew Collins or Cullen Lewis (12 January 1899 – 24 August 1954), was an American film director.

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Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Collins' film career began in 1922, when films were still silent, and continued into the sound era. He directed about 120 films between then and his death in Hollywood in 1954, among them The Desert Trail in 1935, working with actors such as John Wayne and Paul Fix.

Last Date (1949)


Partial filmography

  • Under the Southern Cross (1929)
  • His Private Secretary (1933) (story)
  • Skyway (1933) (1933)
  • Sing Sing Nights (1934)
  • Public Stenographer (1934)
  • Make a Million (film) (1935)
  • The Desert Trail (1935)
  • The Spanish Cape Mystery (1935)
  • Flight into Nowhere (1938)
  • Hidden Power (1939)
  • Borrowed Hero (1941)
  • The Adventures of Smilin' Jack (serial) (1943)
  • Killer Dill (1947)
  • Heading for Heaven (1947)
  • Jungle Goddess (1948)
  • Wild Stallion (1952)
  • The Hoosier Schoolmaster
  • References

    Lewis D. Collins Wikipedia


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