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Dwight Wiman (1895–1951)

Dwight Wiman was born on August 8, 1895 in Moline, Illinois, USA as Dwight Deere Wiman. He is known for his work on Peter Stuyvesant (1924), Youthful Cheaters (1923) and Puritan Passions (1923). He was married to Dorothea Stephens. He died on January 20, 1951 in Hudson, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Peter Stuyvesant
Peter Stuyvesant Charles II, King of England
(1924)
Youthful Cheaters
Youthful Cheaters Dexter French
(1923)
Puritan Passions
Puritan Passions Richard Talbot
(1923)
Higher and Higher
Higher and Higher Miscellaneous Crew
(1943)

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 1943 Higher and Higher (producer: stage play - as Dwight Deere Wiman)
 1943 Old Acquaintance (producer: stage play - as Dwight Deere Wiman)
 1942 I Married an Angel (producer: stage play - as Dwight Deere Wiman)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Solitaire. Written by John Van Druten. Based on the novel by Edwin Corle. Plymouth Theatre: 27 Jan 1942 - 14 Feb 1942 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Tony Albert, Sally Bates, Blair Davies, Anna Franklin, Charles George, Robert Gilbert, Harry Gresham, Pat Hitchcock, Victor Kilian (as "Ben"), Joan McSweeney, John D... See more »

Alternate Names:

Dwight D. Wiman | Dwight Deere Wiman
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