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David Rollins (I) (1907–1997)

Extremely handsome, juvenile lead of the silent era David Rollins was discovered as an extra and given a contract with Fox Films in 1927. He worked mostly in light comedies, frequently paired with Sue Carol (the future wife of Alan Ladd). While under contract to Fox he worked with many great directors just beginning their careers, including Howard... See full bio »

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Known For

Prep and Pep Cyril Reade
The Big Trail Dave Cameron
Win That Girl Johnny Norton III


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 1932 The Phantom Express
Jackie Nolan
 1932 The Hollywood Handicap (Short)
 1932 Probation
 1932 Love Pains (Short)
 1931 The Kick-Off! (Short)
Dave Smith
 1931 Morals for Women
Bill Huston
 1931 Mama Loves Papa (Short)
Dave Culpepper
 1931 Young Sinners
 1930 The Big Trail
Dave Cameron
 1930 City Girl
Reaper (uncredited)
 1929 Love, Live and Laugh
Pasquale Gallupi
 1929 Happy Days
Minstrel Show Performer
 1929 Why Leave Home?
 1929 The Black Watch
Lt. Malcolm King
 1928 Forget Me Not (Short)
The Toymaker's Son
 1928 Riley the Cop
David 'Davy' Collins
 1928 Prep and Pep
Cyril Reade
 1928 The Air Circus
Buddy Blake
 1928 Win That Girl
Johnny Norton III
 1928 Love Is Blonde (Short)
 1928 Thanks for the Buggy Ride
Harold McBride
 1927 High School Hero
Allen Drew

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