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William Hanley (born October 22, 1931, Lorain, Ohio) is an American author, playwright, and screenwriter. Among other works, he has written the plays Slow Dance on the Killing Ground, Whisper Into My Good Ear, and Mrs. Dally has a Lover, and the teleplays Who'll Save Our Children?, The Long Way Home, and The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank. He received an Edgar Award for his teleplay for the miniseries Nutcracker: Money, Madness & Murder (1987).
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