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Collier Young

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Born Aug 19, 1908
Hometown Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Died Dec 25, 1980
Death Place Santa Monica

Film producer and writer Collier Young worked on many films in the 1950s before becoming a television producer for such shows as NBC's Ironside and CBS's The Wild, Wild West as well as the supernatural series One Step Beyond (1959-61). Young was married to actress and director Ida Lupino from 1948 to 1951, and to actress Joan Fontaine from 1952 to 1961; both marriages ended in divorce.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1908 Birth Born on August 19, 1908.

THIRTIES

1948 39 Years Old Young was married to actress and director Ida Lupino from 1948 to 1951, and to actress Joan Fontaine from 1952 to 1961; both marriages ended in divorce. … Read More

FORTIES

1957 48 Years Old After his divorce from Lupino, he was executive director of her 1957-1958 CBS sitcom Mr. Adams and Eve, co-starring Lupino's then husband Howard Duff.

LATE ADULTHOOD

1969 60 Years Old In 1969 Young planned a film called The Todd Dossier, based on a story by Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne and novelised by Robert Bloch. … Read More
1980 72 Years Old Young died on Christmas Day 1980 from a road accident at the age of 72.
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