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Bruno Wick (1892–1979)

Bruno Wick was born on May 2, 1892 in Krefeld, Germany. He was an actor, known for The House on 92nd Street (1945), Walk East on Beacon! (1952) and Love Island (1952). He died in November 1979 in Flushing, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The House on 92nd Street
Walk East on Beacon!
Walk East on Beacon! Luther Danzig
Love Island
Love Island Ninga
Deep Waters
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 1961 Witchcraft (TV Movie)
Dr. Malin
 1950-1955 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
Henrick Roosendaal
- The Cage (1955) ... Henrick Roosendaal
- The Law-Abiding (1952)
- Arrowsmith (1950)
 1954 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
- Citizen Miller (1954)
 1954 Inner Sanctum (TV Series)
Taylor / Manolo
- Cat Calls (1954) ... Taylor
- The Face of Fear (1954) ... Manolo
 1953 Taxi
Pawnbroker (uncredited)
 1952 Dark of Night (TV Series) (1952)
 1952 Sometimes She's Sunday (TV Movie)
 1952 Love Island
 1952 Walk East on Beacon!
Luther Danzig
 1951 Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series)
- Disaster (1951)
 1950 Escape (TV Series)
- The Old Castle (1950)
 1948 Deep Waters
 1945 The House on 92nd Street
Adolf Lange

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Other Works:

Stage Play: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. Musical. Written by Betty Smith and George Abbott. Directed by George Abbott. Alvin Theatre: 19 Apr 1951- 8 Dec 1951 (267 performances). Cast: Shirley Booth (as "Cissy"), Johnny Johnston (as "Johnny Nolan"), Nathaniel Frey (as "Harry"), Nomi Mitty (as "Francie") [final Broadway role], Marcia Van Dyke (... See more »

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