Johnny Carter as a Child
Boy Watching the Puppets
Release of his book, "Opportunities in Acting Careers". The foreword was by Roddy McDowall
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[on working with Cecil B. DeMille
in The Squaw Man
(1931)] He was a complete and total egotist who didn't give a damn about anyone but himself. He hit me. I was a five-year-old kid and he hit me!
Quit acting at the age of 29 after making over 100 movies. He became involved with Actors Equity and became editor of their magazine and eventually became a part of the public relations counsel. In later years he formed his own public relations office and edited the journal of AFTRA, producing industrial shows and supervising other accounts.