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Dwayne Hickman

Boyishly handsome Dwayne Hickman, the younger brother of Darryl Hickman, followed in his sibling's tiny footsteps as a moppet film actor himself, appearing in such features as Captain Eddie (1945) (with Darryl) and as "Nip Worden" in The Return of Rusty (1946) and the rest of that dog adventure series. On a temporary sabbatical from acting, he ... See full bio »
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Unsold pilot: Co-starred in a comedy pilot for CBS called "Missy's Men", about how three soldiers (Jack Sheldon and Daniel J. Travanti played the others) who bring an orphaned Korean girl to San Francisco and attempt to raise her. The pilot was created by Henry Garson. See more »

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Dwane Hickman


5' 8" (1.73 m)

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[Of Robert Cummings]: I was very green and I learned a great deal from him. He was like a mentor. He taught me everything and a lot of people say, 'I acted like him,' which I probably did because he was telling me how to do it, and I was kind of imitating somewhat. But no, I learned a great deal and I probably never gotten Dobie without Cummings. He was a very talented man, a big star, a big ... See more »


Best known by the public for his roles as Chuck MacDonald on The Bob Cummings Show (1955) and for his starring role as the title character in The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (1959). See more »

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