William Dozier

American film and television producer and actor William Dozier

William Dozier was an American film and television producer and actor. He began in the film industry. With Joan Fontaine he co-founded Rampart Productions, responsible for Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948). He is best remembered as the executive producer and narrator of the Batman television series (1966–68), although he was uncredited for the latter role.
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Adam West Trades Gotham City For Palm Desert - Patch.com
Google News - over 6 years
"I knew we had an instant classic on our hands," West said of when he was first presented with the Batman script by Executive Producer William Dozier. Batman became the rage in popular culture that year and West was an instant real life hero
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RetroBites: TV's Original Batman (1966) - CBCtv
Google News - over 6 years
Producer William Dozier explains how he cast the original hit TV show Batman (1966)
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Comic Book Legends Revealed #318 - Comic Book Resources
Google News - over 6 years
Burt Ward, producer (and narrator) William Dozier and Craig all agreed to reprise their roles for the ad. Only Adam West (who was trying to get away from his role on the series) refused to do it, so Dick Gautier (Hymie the robot from Get Smart) filled
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Huff Post Review: Thor - Huffington Post (blog)
Google News - almost 7 years
Branagh's infamous dutch-angles are so ever-present that I half-expected William Dozier to break in and announce that The Penguin had just robbed a bank. The special effects are not exactly what you would call photo real, but their obviousness frankly
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Bay County Commissioners want to help bring new jobs to the area - WJHG-TV
Google News - almost 7 years
But, some are cautioning against too much involvement. "The government's role should be to basically get out of the way let the free market work, free enterprise work, and we should do what we can do to cut the red tape," said Commissioner William Dozier
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William Dozier; TV Producer, 83
NYTimes - almost 27 years
William Dozier, who produced the campy "Batman" television series, died on Tuesday at St. John's Hospital and Health Center here. He was 83 years old. A hospital spokeswoman said he died of a stroke. Mr. Dozier was born in Omaha, studied at Creighton University and became a talent agent. He later became the head of Paramount's story and writing
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of William Dozier
  • 1991
    Age 83
    Died on April 23, 1991.
  • 1939
    Age 31
    Fontaine's estranged sister Olivia de Havilland (Melanie Wilkes) co-starred with Ann Rutherford (Carreen O'Hara) in 1939's Gone with the Wind.
  • 1908
    Age 0
    Born on February 13, 1908.
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