Rev. Bobs Watson
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For a while, I used to worry that if I gave a really moving sermon, people would just figure that I was still acting, but I got over that. Acting did help me in that it is probably easier for me to relate to many different people than it would be for most men. Actually, I think the ability I was known for around the studios was what has helped me the most as a clergyman. To get me to cry, which ...
Inspired to become a Methodist minister in later years by Spencer Tracy
's Father Flanagan performance and Tracy's warm treatment of the boys on the set of Boys Town
(1938), of which Bobs was one.
The Crybaby of Hollywood