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William T. Hurtz (1919–2000)

William T. Hurtz was born on April 7, 1919 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is known for his work on Look Who's Driving (1954), Bionic Six (1987) and Peabody's Improbable History (1959). He died on October 14, 2000 in Van Nuys, California, USA. See full bio »

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(1954)
Bionic Six Director
(1987)
(1959-1963)
(1954)

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 1989 Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (as William Hurtz)
 1987 Bionic Six (TV Series) (chief director - 65 episodes)
- That's All, Folks (1987) ... (chief director - as Bill Hurtz)
- The Return of Mrs. Scarab (1987) ... (chief director - as Bill Hurtz)
- Junk Heap (1987) ... (chief director - as Bill Hurtz)
- Bone of Contention (1987) ... (chief director - as Bill Hurtz)
- Love Note (1987) ... (chief director - as Bill Hurtz)
 1967 Super Chicken (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- The Wild Hair (1967) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- Salvador Rag Dolly (1967) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- The Laundry Man (1967) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- The Elephant Spreader (1967) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
 1967 George of the Jungle (TV Series) (as Bill Hurtz, 1967)
 1964-1965 Hoppity Hooper (TV Series) (17 episodes)
- Oil's Well at Oasis Gardens (1965) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- Wonder Water (1965) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- Frog Prince of Monomania (1965) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- The Hopeless Diamond (1965) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- Ghost (1965) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
 1959-1963 Peabody's Improbable History (TV Series) (91 episodes)
- Cleopatra (1963)
- Captain Kidd (1963)
- Henry the VIII (1963)
 1959-1963 The Bullwinkle Show (TV Series) (163 episodes)
- Moosylvania: Parts 3-4 (1963) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- The Ruby Yacht: Parts 3-4 (1963) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- Bullwinkle's Testimonial Dinner: Parts 3-4 (1963) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- The Weather Lady: Parts 3-4 (1963) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
- Louse on 92nd Street: Parts 3-4 (1963) ... (as Bill Hurtz)
 1963 The Great Rights (Short) (as William Hurtz)
 1961 The Dudley Do-Right Show (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1957 The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays (TV Movie) (animation director - uncredited)
 1956 Our Mr. Sun (TV Movie) (animation director - uncredited)
 1954 Look Who's Driving (Short)
 1954 Bringing Up Mother (Short)
 1953 A Unicorn in the Garden (Short)
 1952 More Than Meets the Eye (Short) (uncredited)
 1952 Hotsy Footsy (Short)
 1952 Man Alive! (Documentary short)
 1951 Man on the Land (Short) (as Bill Hurtz)
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Alternate Names:

Bill Hurtz | William Hurtz
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He and Jay Ward were close friends all the way up to Ward's demise. Ward, apparently, was a painfully shy man and Bill was one of the few people with whom he continuously socialized. See more »

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