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William Wallace Cook (1867–1933)

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(age 66) in Marshall, Michigan, USA

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Red Signals Writer
(1927)
'49-'17 Writer
(1917)
(1916)

Filmography

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 1927 The Prairie King (story)
 1927 The Sonora Kid (story)
 1927 Red Signals (story)
 1924 The Man Who Played Square (story)
 1924 The Speed Spook (story - as Wm. Wallace Cook)
 1923 The Sunshine Trail (story)
 1922 Gold Grabbers (story)
 1921 After Your Own Heart (story)
 1919 By Indian Post (Short) (story "The Trail of the Billy-Doo")
 1917 '49-'17 (short story "The Old West Per Contract")
 1917 The Whispered Name (Short) (story)
 1916 The White Man's Law (story)
 1913 That College Life (Short) (scenario)
 1913 Off the Road (Short) (scenario - as Billy Cook)
 1913 Two of a Kind (Short) (as Billy Cook)
 1912 It All Came Out in the Wash (Short) (as Billy Cook)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Story: "The Old West Per Contract" (filmed as '49-'17 (1917)) See more »

Publicity Listings:

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Alternate Names:

Billy Cook | Wm. Wallace Cook

Spouse:

Mary Ackley  (his death) | See more »
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Star Sign:

Aries

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