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Also Known As: Michael Bradley Dyne Died: May 17, 1989
Born: August 19, 1918 Cause of Death: cancer of colon and liver
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: playwright, screenwriter, actor, tv writer

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Michael Dyne worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. In 1952, he wrote over 150 TV dramas. In 1938, he moved to the U.S. Dyne began his career with roles in "Hangover Square" (1945), "White Pongo" (1945) and "Cluny Brown" (1946). As a screenwriter, he wrote "Kitty" (1946) with Paulette Goddard, "Kraft Television Theater" (NBC, 1946-1959) and "Studio One" (CBS, 1948-1958). He also appeared in "The Moon-Spinners" (1964). Later in his career, Dyne wrote "The File on Devlin" (NBC, 1969-1970). Dyne passed away in May 1989 at the age of 71.

Michael Dyne worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. In 1952, he wrote over 150 TV dramas. In 1938, he moved to the U.S. Dyne began his career with roles in "Hangover Square" (1945), "White Pongo" (1945) and "Cluny Brown" (1946). As a screenwriter, he wrote "Kitty" (1946) with Paulette Goddard, "Kraft Television Theater" (NBC, 1946-1959) and "Studio One" (CBS, 1948-1958). He also appeared in "The Moon-Spinners" (1964). Later in his career, Dyne wrote "The File on Devlin" (NBC, 1969-1970). Dyne passed away in May 1989 at the age of 71.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Imperfect Lady (1947) Malcolm Gadby
2.
 The Homestretch (1947) Julian Scott
3.
 Moss Rose (1947) Asst hotel manager
4.
 Kitty (1946) H.R.H. The Prince of Wales
5.
 Cluny Brown (1946) John Frewen
6.
 Hangover Square (1945) Mickey
7.
 White Pongo (1945) Clive Carswell
8.
 The Purple V (1943) Young British officer
9.
 Sahara (1943) British soldier
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1938:
Moved to the U.S.
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Actor at Paramount and 20th Century-Fox
1949:
Wrote the first of 25 plays for "Studio One"
1952:
Wrote over 150 tv dramas
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father:
Musgrave Bradley Dyne. Sculptor.

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