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Charles C. Wilson

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Charles C. Wilson
Wilson in Lady Gangster (1942)
Charles Cahill Wilson

(1894-07-29)July 29, 1894
New York City, U.S.
DiedJanuary 7, 1948(1948-01-07) (aged 53)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other namesCharles Wilson
Years active1918–1948

Charles Cahill Wilson (July 29, 1894 – January 7, 1948) was an American screen and stage actor. He appeared in numerous films during the Golden Age of Hollywood from the late 1920s to the late 1940s.

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Okay. l know it was difficult for you to come in here, hat in hand. That's not the kind of upbringing, l guess, is the word l'm looking for. lt's not the kind of man you are. l understand that. l'm not looking to humiliate you or exact a price in any way, so why don't you just apologize? We'll call it water under the dam, and we'll go about our business. Excuse me, what the fuck? What? What the fuck are you talking about? Clair George said you were coming in here to apologize. No, l'm supposed to come in here so you could apologize to me. According to whom? Clair George. You told me to go fuck myself. l'm supposed to apologize to you? Also, water goes over a dam and under a bridge, you poncy schoolboy. Clearly there's been a miscommunication between Clair George and somebody. Excuse me. Yes? Does this look all right? It's fine. Thank you. l can sand it down a little. l, l don't know. l have no fucking idea who this guy is. He is here to fix the glass that you broke the last time you were here. Could you just excuse us for a second there? Yes. You tell me to go fuck myself and l'm supposed to apologize? You break my window, l'm supposed to apologize? The Helsinki job was mine! The Helsinki job was not yours. If it was yours, you'd be in Helsinki. Alan Wolfe stood in this office! Alan Wolfe is no longer the Director. Yeah, it was on the books! Alan Wolfe is no Ionger the Director of European Operations. He does not make those appointments. l do. Promises were made. Not by me. l've been with the company for 24 years. l was posted in Greece for 15. Papandreou wins that election if l don't help the junta take him prisoner. l've advised and armed the Hellenic army. l've neutralized champions of Communism. l've spent the past three years learning Finnish! Which should come in handy here in Virginia! And l'm never, ever, sick at sea. So l want to know why l'm not gonna be your Helsinki station chief. You're coarse. Excuse me? For Helsinki, l need someone with diplomatic skills. You don't have them. Is that right? That is right. And l don't know why the hell l didn't fire you when you broke my fucking window! Oh, yes, sure you do, Cravely. Look, Gust... Yeah, you're fucking Roger's fiancĂŠe and you know l know. l'm not... l'm not even gonna dignify that with a response. Yeah, yeah, you're dignifying her in the ass at the Jefferson Hotel, room 1 210. But let me ask you. The 3,OOO agents Turner fired was that because they lacked diplomatic skills as well? You're referring to Admiral Stansfield Turner? Yeah, the 3,OOO agents. Each and every goddamn one of them first or second generation Americans. ls that because they lack the proper diplomatic skills? Or did Turner not think it was a good idea to have spies who could speak the same language as the people they're fucking spying on? Well, l'm sorry, but you can hardly blame the Director for questioning the loyalty to America of people that are just barely Americans in the first place. Yeah, well, l'd like to take a moment to review the several ways in which you're a douchebag. Get the fuck out of my office! Yes, sir. Before l end your career, asshole. Yes, sir! Yeah, my friend, l'm gonna need you for a second. (WOMAN SCREAMS) God damn it! My loyalty? For 24 years, people have been trying to kill me. People who know how. Now, do you think that's because my dad was a Greek soda pop maker or do you think that's because l'm an American spy? Go fuck yourself, you fucking child. How was l? Thank you.


Charles Wilson began his acting career at the theatre, including roles in six Broadway plays between 1918 and 1931.[1] In 1928, he directed the Hollywood comedy Lucky Boy (1928), where he also made his film debut. According to the Internet Movie Database, Lucky Boy was Wilson's only film as a director.

His most notable role was probably Clark Gable's "wonderfully aggravated"[2] newspaper boss in Frank Capra's comedy It Happened One Night, which won five Academy Awards in 1935. He was also cast in small roles in other Capra movies, such as Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936) and It's a Wonderful Life (1946).

Wilson freelanced at various studios throughout his career, but he is perhaps best known for his work at Columbia Pictures. In addition to his films for Frank Capra, Wilson also appeared prominently in Columbia serials, including The Spider's Web (1938), Batman (1943), and The Secret Code (1943), as well as in Columbia comedy shorts with Harry Von Zell, Hugh Herbert, and The Three Stooges. He played one leading role in what turned out to be his last film, Blazing Across the Pecos (1948), as the villain opposite cowboy hero Charles Starrett.

Selected filmography


  1. ^ Charles C. Wilson at the Internet Broadway Database
  2. ^ Michał Oleszczyk (November 12, 2013). "Looking Back at "It Happened One Night"".
  3. ^ Great Movie Musicals on DVD - A Classic Movie Fan's Guide by John Howard Reid - Google search with book preview

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