Dwight H. Little

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Dwight H. Little
Born (1956-01-13) January 13, 1956 (age 60)
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
Other names Dwight Little
Occupation Film director

Dwight Hubbard Little (born January 13, 1956 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American film and television director, known for directing the films Marked for Death, Rapid Fire, Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home, Murder at 1600 and Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. He has also directed several episodes of acclaimed television series such as 24, Prison Break, Dollhouse, Bones and Nikita.


Year Title Notes
1985 KGB: The Secret War
1986 Getting Even
1988 Bloodstone
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers [1]
1989 Freddy's Nightmares TV series
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers Uncredited
The Phantom of the Opera [2][3]
1990 Marked for Death
1992 Rapid Fire
1993 Ground Zero: Texas Video game
1995 Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home
1997 Murder at 1600
Millennium TV series
1998 The Practice TV series
1999 Strange World TV series
2000 Papa's Angels TV movie
2001 Boss of Bosses TV movie
Wolf Lake TV series
Citizen Baines TV series
Deep Blue
2002 The X-Files TV series
John Doe TV series
2003 Veritas: The Quest TV series
2004 Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid
2005 Law & Order: Trial by Jury TV series
The Inside TV series
Just Legal TV series
Prison Break TV series
2006 24 TV series
Vanished TV series
Day Break TV series
Bones TV series
2009 Castle TV series
Dollhouse TV series
2010 Tekken
Tower Prep TV series
2011 Body of Proof TV series
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior TV series
Nikita TV series
Drop Dead Diva TV series
2012 The Finder TV series
2014 Matador TV series
Scorpion TV series
Sleepy Hollow TV series
From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series TV series
2015 Arrow TV series
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series
2017 Last Rampage


  1. ^ Muir, John Kenneth (2007). Horror Films of the 1980s. Daniel Chung. p. 654. ISBN 0786455012. 
  2. ^ "Schoelen, Jill (Final Girls)". Dread Central. Retrieved 30 May 2013. 
  3. ^ Kehr, Dave (Nov 7, 1989). "'Phantom' Appeal Is Wearing Thin". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 30 May 2013. 

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