Webster Cullison

A character actor with the Philadelphia-based Lubin Manufacturing Company, Maryland-born Webster Cullison turned to directing in 1914 with The Girl Stage Driver (1914), filmed in Fort Lee, NJ, by the French Eclair ... Read more »
Born: in Baltimore, MD

Filmography

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The Last Chance (Movie)

(Director)

Biography

A character actor with the Philadelphia-based Lubin Manufacturing Company, Maryland-born Webster Cullison turned to directing in 1914 with The Girl Stage Driver (1914), filmed in Fort Lee, NJ, by the French Eclair company. Cullison followed the cinematic migration west, and specializing in outdoor melodramas, helmed such low-budget fare as the serial Thunderbolt Jack (1920), starring Jack Hoxie, and a series of Westerns with Neal Hart, a (distant) cousin of William S. Hart. Cullison seems to have left films in the early 1920s.

~ Hans J. Wollstein, All Movie Guide

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