DWAYNE HICKMAN LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH DOBIE GILLIS 1960
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY DWAYNE HICKMAN...
SONGS BY DWAYNE HICKMAN(CAPITOL ST 1441)DOBIE! RELEASED IN 1960. LP HAS ORIGINAL CAPITOL INNER SLEEVE. PHOTO COVER IS SIGNED BY DWAYNE HICKMAN. TRACKS: BAD REPUTATION, DON'T SEND A RABBIT, A MOST IMPOSSIBLE DREAM, MY PERSONALITY, ANGEL, I'M A LOVER, I PASS YOUR HOUSE, DON'T SHOOT THE MAN IN THE MOON, MIRROR, SLOW DOWN THE HOURS, IMAGINE, FOREST FULL OF LOVE. CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPH IS VG PLUS.
Dwayne Hickman (born May 18, 1934) is an American actor and television executive.
The younger brother of child actor Darryl Hickman, he also began his work at an early age. One of his earliest roles was an appearance in the 1942 Our Gang comedy Melodies Old and New. He first gained wide notice when he played a recurring role as Bob's nephew on the situation comedy The Bob Cummings Show (a/k/a, Love That Bob) in 1955 while a student at Loyola University (now known as Loyola Marymount University). This role probably led as much as anything to his casting in the lead role in the CBS sitcom The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. Interestingly, although at the show's debut the Dobie character was still a teenager in high school, Hickman was already 25.
After playing Dobie for four years (with fellow former Loyola student Bob Denver as his sidekick, Maynard), Hickman found himself stereotyped as a "youngster" just at the time of his life when he was too old to play any further such roles. He appeared in some minor "beach" films and made an unsuccessful TV pilot for a program in which he was to play a young schoolteacher.