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General Information:
Full Name: William Gerald Hanley
Biography:
(1931-2012) Playwright, writer. William Hanley was born in Lorain, Ohio, and died in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
Author's Timeline:
1931 (Unknown) County
William Gerald Hanley was born in Lorain, Ohio, on October 22, 1931. 
2012 (Unknown) County
William Hanley died at his home in Ridgefield, Connecticut, on May 25, 2012. 
1962 (Unknown) County
Whisper Into My Good Ear
(Pub: Cast Theater, New York ISBN: )
Play. 
1963 (Unknown) County
Mrs. Dally Has A Lover And Other Plays
(Pub: New York: Dial Press. ISBN: )
Published plays including, Mrs Dally Has a Lover; Today is Independence Day; and Whisper in My Good Ear.  
1964 (Unknown) County
Slow Dance On The Killing Ground
(Pub: Random House ISBN: )
Play. 
1968 (Unknown) County
Flesh And Blood
(Pub: Random House ISBN: )
Play. 
1984 (Unknown) County
Something About Amelia
Television script and winner of an Emmy. 
1988 (Unknown) County
The Attic: The Hiding Of Anne Frank
Television script for the mini-series and a winner of the 1988 Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Miniseries or a Special. 
1971 (Unknown) County
Blue Dreams
(Pub: New York: Delacorte Press ISBN: 0044007310 / 978-0044007319)
Novel. 
1972 (Unknown) County
Mixed Feelings
(Pub: Garden City: Doubleday & Co. ISBN: 0385042809 / 978-0385042802)
Novel. 
1977 (Unknown) County
Leaving Mount Venus
(Pub: Ballantine Books ISBN: 0345251725 / 978-0345251725)
Novel. 
1963 (Unknown) County
Conversations In The Dark
(Pub: Produced in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Walnut Street Theatre. ISBN: )
Play. 
? Queens County
Soon after his birth, William Hanley moved with his family to Queens, New York. 
? Tompkins County
Mr. Hanley attended Cornell University. 
? New York County
Mr. Hanley attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. 

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