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Jerome N. Wilson (1869–1943)

Jerome Nelson Wilson was a marine engineer who later became a crime reporter for a Chicago newspaper, author of short stories, writer of vaudeville skits and a screenwriter. In the early 1920s he represented The Saliger Ship Salvage Corporation at screenings of a film the company made to attract public investors. At the time of his death he was a ... See full bio »


(age 74) in New York, USA

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The White Black Sheep
Sunshine Harbor
Exclusive Rights


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 1926 Exclusive Rights (story "Invisible Government")
 1926 The White Black Sheep (adaptation)
 1922 Sunshine Harbor (story)
 1920 A Woman's Man (scenario)
 1917 Ballads and Bologna (Short) (story)
 1917 Sweetheart of the Doomed (story)
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 1917 A Wife by Proxy
Guyler (Burbeck's lawyer)
 1916 The Wheel of the Law
Jimmy McClane
 1916/I The Pretenders
Joseph Bailey (as Jerome Wilson)
 1916 Dorian's Divorce (as Jerome Wilson)
 1916 A Million a Minute
Miles Quaintance (as Jerome Wilson)

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