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George Ernest (1921–2009)

George Ernest was born on November 20, 1921 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA as George Ruud Hjorth. He was an actor, known for Young as You Feel (1940), Hot Water (1937) and A Trip to Paris (1938). He died on June 25, 2009 in Whittier, California, USA. See full bio »

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Young as You Feel
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Hot Water
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A Trip to Paris
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 1942 Stardust on the Sage
 1941 Remember the Day
Bill Tower
 1941 Mountain Moonlight
Johnny Weaver
 1941 Petticoat Politics
Sidney Higgins
 1940 Meet the Missus
Sidney Higgins
 1940 Golden Gloves
Joey Parker
 1940 Four Sons
 1940 On Their Own
Roger Jones
 1940 Young as You Feel
Roger Jones
 1939 Too Busy to Work
Roger Jones
 1939 20,000 Men a Year
Skip Rogers
 1939 Quick Millions
Roger Jones
 1939 The Jones Family in Hollywood
Roger Jones
 1939 Boy Friend
Billy Bradley
 1939 Everybody's Baby
Roger Jones
 1938 Sweethearts
Bobby - First Call Boy (uncredited)
 1938 Down on the Farm
Roger Jones
 1938 Safety in Numbers
Roger Jones
 1938 A Trip to Paris
Roger Jones
 1938 Love on a Budget
Roger Jones
 1938 Paradise for Three
Office Boy (uncredited)
 1937 Lady Behave!
Hank Cormack
 1937 Hot Water
Roger Jones
 1937 Big Business
Roger Jones
 1937 Motor Madness
'Pancho', Runaway Kid
 1937 Let's Get Married
Billy Norris (uncredited)
 1937 Off to the Races
Roger Jones
 1936 Reunion
 1936 The Plainsman
A Boy
 1936 Back to Nature
Roger Jones
 1936 Educating Father
Roger Jones
 1936 Too Many Parents
Phillip Stewart
 1936 Every Saturday Night
Roger Evers
 1936 Song of the Saddle
Little Frankie
 1936 The Trail of the Lonesome Pine
Dave at age 10 (uncredited)
 1936 Man Hunt
 1935 Racing Luck
Jimmy Curtis
 1935 Diamond Jim
Sullivan (the Boy) (uncredited)
 1935 The Perfect Tribute (Short)
Boy, Soldier's Brother (uncredited)
 1935 The Glass Key
Boy (uncredited)
 1935 Dinky
 1935 Straight from the Heart
Neighbor Boy (uncredited)
 1935 The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Deputy (as Georgie Ernest)
 1935 Show Kids (Short)
Usher Outside Theatre (uncredited)
 1934 Little Men
 1934 Music in the Air
Boy (uncredited)
 1934 The Human Side
Tom Sheldon
 1934 Beloved
Eric, as a Boy
 1933 Girl Without a Room
Child (uncredited)
 1933 The Chief
Boy at Circus (uncredited)
 1932 Handle with Care
 1932 Speed Demon
Catfish Jones
 1932 The Fourth Horseman
Boy with Firecrackers (uncredited)
 1932 Love Is a Racket
Newsboy (uncredited)
 1932 Destry Rides Again
 1932 Fireman, Save My Child
Team Mascot (uncredited)
 1932 Union Depot
Eight-Year-Old Boy (uncredited)
 1931 The Deadline
 1931 Shiver My Timbers (Short)
Georgie (as Hal Roach's Rascals)
 1931 The Star Witness
Donny Leeds
 1931 Fly My Kite (Short)
Georgie (as Hal Roach's Rascals)
 1930 Men on Call
Little Boy (uncredited)
 1930 Along Came Youth
Neetsfoot Boy
 1929 Sunnyside Up
Little Boy (uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Georgie Ernest | Hal Roach's Rascals

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Once in the military, he became a combat photographer, with the OSS. And was involved in the invasion of Africa and the eventual defeat of the Germans there, before he went on to take part in the invasion of Sicily. And from there to the fight, up the "boot" of Italy. See more »

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