Teenager on Phone
Little Joe, Boy in Park
Wrote the foreword for a book by Bob Nareau:
"Those "B" Western Cowboy Heroes Who Rode The Hollywood Range With Bob Steele".
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[on playing an uncredited role in A Woman's Face
(1941), starring Joan Crawford
] On one of my first movies, I was a kid playing hopscotch in the park. I fell down and cut my knee. Before my own mother could get to me, Miss Crawford ran, picked me up, took me into her trailer, cleaned my cut and gave me some chocolate. She did all this without publicizing it or telling anyone. I don't care what ...
Like many former child actors, he found it tougher to land roles as he grew older. He successfully transitioned himself into a long career in the swimming pool business while still an actor.