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Bill Hickman

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   William "Bill" Hickman (January 25, 1921 – February 24, 1986) was a stunt driver, actor, and stunt coordinator from the 1950s through to the late 1970s. Hickman played a major role in terms of development and execution in three of the greatest movie car chase sequences of all time: Bullitt, The French Connection and The Seven-Ups, all shot on actual city streets. Description above from the Wikipedia article Bill Hickman, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Jan 25, 1921 In Los Angeles County, California, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
15
First Appeared:
In the movie To Please a Lady 1950-10-13
Latest Project:
Movie The Seven-Ups 1973-12-14
Known For
Poster of The French Connection
Poster of Bullitt
Poster of 'Bullitt': Steve McQueen's Commitment to Reality
Poster of The Andy Griffith Show
Filmography
Movie The Seven-Ups Bo 1973-12-14
Movie The War Between Men and Women Large Gentleman 1972-06-01
Movie Hickey & Boggs Monte 1972-10-04
Movie The French Connection Mulderig 1971-10-09
Movie Zabriskie Point Gun Store Owner (uncredited) 1970-02-09
Movie Patton General Patton's driver 1970-01-25
Movie Daughter of the Mind Enemy Agent 1969-12-09
Movie 'Bullitt': Steve McQueen's Commitment to Reality Himself 1968-10-17
Movie Bullitt Phil 1968-10-17
Movie Take Her, She's Mine Wolf-Whistler Who Drives Into Mailbox (uncredited) 1963-11-13
Series The Andy Griffith Show Motorcycle cop 1960-10-03
Series The Twilight Zone Pilot (uncredited) 1959-10-02
Movie Ten Thousand Bedrooms Party Guest (uncredited) 1957-04-03
Movie Angels in the Outfield 1st Reporter (uncredited) 1951-10-19
Movie To Please a Lady Mike's Pit Crew 1950-10-13