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Lionel Girard Wilson is a Actor born on 22 march 1924 at New York City (USA)

Lionel Girard Wilson

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Birth name Lionel Lazarus Salzer
Birth 22 march 1924 at New York City (USA)
Death 30 april 2003 (at 79 years) at New York City (USA)

Lionel Girard Wilson (born Lionel Lazarus Salzer; March 22, 1924 - April 30, 2003) was an American voice actor.

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Paul Alter
Paul Alter
(1 films)
Jeff Bergman
Jeff Bergman
(1 films)
Gene Deitch
Gene Deitch
(1 films)
Carl Reiner
Carl Reiner
(1 films)
Allen Swift
Allen Swift
(1 films)
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Filmography of Lionel Girard Wilson (2 films)

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The Secret of Mulan
Directed by Peter Fernandez
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Actors Greg Abbey, Leo Burmester, Lionel Girard Wilson, Jeff Bergman
Rating46% 2.307432.307432.307432.307432.30743
The film features an anthropomorphic caterpillar named Mulan who takes her father's place in war against Mala-Khan using the pseudonym "Hua" (originally the character's surname, which here is pronounced "hoohah"). She leaves with her father's servant, Ewue.
Alice of Wonderland in Paris, 52minutes
Directed by Gene Deitch
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy, Animation
Themes Films based on Alice in Wonderland, Children's films
Actors Norma MacMillan, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris, Allen Swift, Lionel Girard Wilson
Roles Jester, Royal Mathematician, Royal Wizard, Minstrel (as Lionel Wilson)
Rating52% 2.6004552.6004552.6004552.6004552.600455
Young Alice, having become a celebrity for her adventures in Wonderland, is in her bedroom dreaming about visiting Paris and sharing adventures with the storybook girl Madeline. While no comment is made as to where this Alice comes from or what time the film is set in, Alice seems to be American, as she likes Cheese Burgers and is having a great deal of trouble when it comes to getting to France. As Alice points out, “Getting to Wonderland was easy – all I had to do was fall down the rabbit hole. But let’s face it – it takes money to get to Paris!”.