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Dwight Hauser

Dwight Hauser
Born Dwight Arthur Hauser
July 4, 1911
Idaho, USA
Died January 18, 1969 (aged 57)
Lake Sherwood, California, USA
Spouse(s) Geraldine T. Hauser (? – January 18, 1969; his death; 4 children)

Dwight Arthur Hauser (July 4, 1911 – January 18, 1969) was an American film screenwriter, actor and film producer, also the father of actor Wings Hauser and actor Erich Hauser.

Life and career

Academy Award-winner Hauser was born in Idaho of German descent. He began his career at the Pasadena Playhouse with his closest friends, – including George Reeves (Superman (1952)), Robert Preston (The Music Man (1962)) and Dana Andrews, among other golden-era legends. He married Geraldine T. Hauser, who was dubbed the matron saint of Lake Sherwood's Teen Canteen. Dwight Hauser was the father of actor Wings Hauser, Marcia (Mar-si-a), Helena and Eric Hauser, and grandfather of actor Cole Hauser. He was the father-in-law of Cali Hauser.

Death

Hauser died on January 18, 1969, in Lake Sherwood, California at the age of 57.

Filmography

Writer

  • Disneyland (1961–1964) (TV series) (3 episodes)
    • Nikki, Wild Dog of the North: Part 1 (1964) TV Episode (writer)
    • Nikki, Wild Dog of the North: Part 2 (1964) TV Episode (writer)
    • A Fire Called Jeremiah (1961) TV Episode
  • The Legend of Lobo (1962)
  • People and Places (1962) (TV series) (unknown episodes)
  • Nikki, Wild Dog of the North (1961)
  • Nature's Strangest Creatures (1959) (narrative)
  • Ama Girls (1958)
  • Lapland (1957)
  • Portugal (1957/I)

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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