Sewell Collins (1876–1934) was an American dramatist and producer. Collins wrote several plays which were later adapted for film, including 'At 9:45' (1919) which was filmed as 'Nine Forty-Five' (1934) and starred Binnie Barnes and Donald Calthrop. In his play 'G.H.Q. Love' (1920), Collins was one of the first playwrights to depict prostitutes without judgment, depicting women who turned to that trade. His wife was actress Margaret Moffat. He died in 1934.
Date of Death: 15 Feb 1934
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