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William Spier (1906–1973)


Brother-in-law of Gypsy Rose Lee. See more trivia »


(age 66) in Weston, Connecticut, USA

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Known For

The Devil's Widow
Alcatraz Express
The Gun of Zangara
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Hide Hide Show Show Producer (6 credits)
 1956 Man Against Crime (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.1 (1956) ... (producer)
 1954-1955 Willy (TV Series) (producer - 39 episodes)
- Willy and Hurricane Harvey (1955) ... (producer)
- Willy and Eccentric Henrietta (1955) ... (producer)
- Willy and El Flamenco (1955) ... (producer)
- Franklin's Shoe Business (1955) ... (producer)
- Willy's Painting (1955) ... (producer)
 1954 Country Doctor (TV Movie) (producer)
 1953 Medallion Theatre (TV Series) (producer)
 1952-1953 Omnibus (TV Series) (producer - 23 episodes)
- Arms and the Man (1953) ... (producer)
- A Tale of Two Cities (1953) ... (producer)
- The Abracadabra Kid (1953) ... (producer)
- Toy Symphony with Stokowski (1953) ... (producer)
- Grandma Moses (1953) ... (producer)
 1951 The Clock (TV Series) (producer - 2 episodes)
- The Silent Hand (1951) ... (producer)
- The Devil's Wine (1951) ... (producer)
Show Show Writer (14 credits)
Show Show Director (3 credits)
Show Show Soundtrack (2 credits)

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Wrote a script for the "The Green Peacock" series to star Howard Duff as a detective in Mexico City. The series went into production but was soon canceled and the episode produced was never shown. See more »

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Producer/director of "The Adventures of Sam Spade" from 1946 to 1951 on ABC Radio (1946), CBS Radio (1946-1949) and NBC Radio (1949-1951). See more »

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