William O. Wallace
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William Wallace was a set decorator who worked throughout the 1940s and 1950s in multiple Hollywood productions. He was Oscar-nominated in 1948 for Jean Negulesco’s Johnny Belinda, and also worked on Young Man with a Horn (1950), Battle Cry (1955) and Nicholas Ray’s seminal Rebel Without a Cause in 1956. He moved into television in the late 1950s, and was chief set decorator on Maverick.
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