Lt. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart
Allan Simonds (uncredited)
Dirk De Jong (younger)
Johnny Carter as a Child
Bit Role (uncredited)
Boy at Puppet Show (uncredited)
Wrote a book called "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (But Don't Have Sex or Take the Car)", the first book written about the ordeals that child stars under the studio system went through.
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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!
In 1957 he accepted the newly designed post of public relations director of Actors Equity. In 1964 he left to form his own public relations firm, Dick Moore Associates.