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William Wolff is a writer and actor, known for Dear God (1996), Terry and the Pirates (1952) and Good vs Evil (1999). See full bio »

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Known For

Dear God
Dear God Doug Diamond
Terry and the Pirates
Good vs Evil
Good vs Evil Writer
Rebound Writer


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 2005 Rebound (story)
 1999 Good vs Evil (TV Series) (writer)
 1953 Boston Blackie (TV Series) (original screen play - 1 episode)
- Hired Hand (1953) ... (original screen play)
 1952 Terry and the Pirates (TV Series) (television screenplay - 1 episode)
- Deadly Species ... (television screenplay)
 1952 Mark Saber (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The Case of the Star Tattoo (1952) ... (writer)
 1951 Front Page Detective (TV Series) (teleplay by - 1 episode)
- The Little Black Book (1951) ... (teleplay by)
  Stars Over Hollywood (TV Series) (original story and teleplay - 1 episode, 1951) (story and teleplay - 1 episode, 1951)
- Son of the Rock (1951) ... (original story and teleplay)
- Cutie Pie (1951) ... (story and teleplay)
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 1996 Dear God
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