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In 1934 he appeared as an actor in three films: Name the Woman High School Girl and Tomorrow’s Children and also directed the last two. X (screenwriter)
The Bat (screenwriter director) (1959)
Canon City (director)
Crime School (screenwriter)
Crime Wave (screenwriter) (1954)
He Walked by Night (writer screenwriter)
Hell's Kitchen (screenwriter) (1939)
House of Wax (screenwriter) (1953)
I Am an American (writer and director) (1944)
I Was a Communist for the FBI (radioplay writer)
Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison (director writer)
Lord Byron of Broadway (screenwriter)
The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima (screenwriter)
The Monster (playwright) (1925)
Mysterious Island (screenwriter) (1961)
Solomon and Sheba (writer) (1959)
Swingtime in the Movies (director writer). Vitagraph then hired him for his next assignment The Heart of Maryland (1921) and on completion of the film Crane broke from film work altogether.

He was born in Athens New York. He died in Toluca Lake California. Wilbur is best remembered for playing Harry Marvin in The Perils of Pauline.