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George Ward (V) (1912–1986)

George Ward was born on August 15, 1912 in Santa Barbara, California, USA. He was an actor, known for Fire Fighters (1922), The Champeen (1923) and American Manners (1924). He died in May 1986 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Fire Fighters
Fire Fighters Freckles
The Champeen
The Champeen Mickey's First Trainer
American Manners
American Manners Bud (a waif)
Our Gang
Our Gang One of the Gang


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 1924 Hot Water
Blonde Boy on Trolley (uncredited)
 1924 American Manners
Bud (a waif) (as George Warde)
 1923 Three Cheers (Short) (as George Warde)
 1923 Lodge Night (Short)
Boy with long bangs (as George Warde)
 1923 Dogs of War! (Short)
Opposing Army Member (as George Warde)
 1923 A Pleasant Journey (Short)
Apple Thrower (as George Warde)
 1923 The Champeen (Short)
Mickey's First Trainer (as Hal Roach's Rascals)
 1922 Our Gang (Short)
One of the Gang (as George Warde, unconfirmed)
 1922 Fire Fighters (Short)
Freckles (as Hal Roach's Rascals)
 1922 Grandma's Boy
Schoolboy Bully #2 (uncredited)
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 1931 Words & Music (Short) (writer: "I'm Falling in Love" - uncredited)
 1930 Good News (lyrics: "Gee, But I'd Like to Make You Happy" (1930) - as Ward, uncredited) / (music: "Gee, But I'd Like to Make You Happy" (1930) - as Ward, uncredited)
 1930 The Sea Bat (music: "Lo-Lo" (1930))
 1930 Children of Pleasure (lyrics: "A Couple of Birds with the Same Thing in Mind" (1930) - uncredited)
 1929 Their Own Desire (writer: "She's Got the Boy Friend Blues" - uncredited)
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 1930 Good News (interpolations - as Ward)
 1929 Their Own Desire (music and lyrics by)
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 1960 Mischief Makers (TV Series)
Freckles (1922-1923) (as George Warde)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Hal Roach's Rascals | George Warde | Ward

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Married to Vera Van, singer in "Dark Victory".


George "Freckles" Warde

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