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Dwayne & Darryl Hickman
Dwayne Hickman on the cover of his autobiography (1994)
Dwayne's brother, Darryl Hickman, in 1947's "The Devil on Wheels"
Actor Dwayne Hickman, "Chuck MacDonald" from 1950s sitcom The Bob Cummings Show and the title character from The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, is the brother of fellow actor Darryl Hickman (1940's The Grapes of Wrath, 1941's The Men of Boys Town, 1943's The Human Comedy, and 1976's Network). Darryl appeared on three episodes of Dwayne's show, The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, in the role of Dobie's brother, "Dave." The brothers also acted together in the films Captain Eddie (1945) and The Happy Years (1950). They appeared together on TV in the 1950s shows The Lone RangerMen of Annapolis, and Waterfront, the 1960s series Vacation Playhouse, and the 1970s series Love, American Style

Wednesday, December 10, 2014 12:54 am
Evidently, the brothers didn't get along too well. from a year 2000 interview, talking about working with his brother in "Grapes of Wrath":
"I was just standing around and suddenly I was cast as an extra. I hated it because I was so shy. My brother was older and far more outgoing -- this kid would tap dance and sing at a moment's notice -- [so] I became known as 'Darryl Hickman's brother'. Even as a small child I never felt that I should have to compete with anyone - even my older brother."

Years later, Darryl Hickman was given a short-lived support role in The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. It did little to improve the relationship. "I don't know exactly what caused the friction between my brother and I," admits Dwayne, "but we have never been close."
Submitted by: Mark