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Clyde Ware

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Dec 22, 1930

Writer and filmmaker Clyde Ware was born in Clarksburg

1969

Clyde Ware's first novel, The Innocents was published

Other events that happened on or around 1969

1971

Clyde Ware's second novel, The Eden Tree, was published

Other events that happened on or around 1971

Feb 23, 1972

Clyde Ware wrote and directed the film No Drums, No Bugles

1973

Clyde Ware directed the West Virginia-set film, When the Line Goes Through

Other events that happened on or around 1973

May 07, 1974

Clyde Ware wrote and directed The Story of Pretty Boy Floyd

Jan 15, 1975

The Hatfields and the McCoys, written and directed by Clyde Ware, aired nationally on ABC television

Jan 26, 1987

The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory, written by Clyde Ware, aired on television

Aug 30, 2010

Writer and filmmaker Clyde Ware died in Los Angeles


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