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Bobby Driscoll (Robert Cletus Driscoll)

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Biography

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA
Bobby Driscoll was a natural-born actor. Discovered by chance at the age of five-and-a-half in a barber shop in Altadena, CA. and then convincing in anything he ever undertook on the movie screen and on television throughout his career spanning 17 years (1943-1960). Includes such notable movie screen appearances as The Sullivans (1944), Song of the South (1946), So Dear to My Heart (1948), and The Window (1949), which was not only the sleeper of 1949 but even earned him his Academy Award in March 1950 as the outstanding juvenile actor of 1949. Read more...

Actor

Character: Bobby, Boy on Train with Sucker

Lost Angel 1943

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Character: Al Sullivan as a Child

The Sullivans 1944

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Character: Jeep Osborne

Sunday Dinner for a Soldier 1944

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Character: Spud Kilton

The Big Bonanza 1944

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Character: Jeremiah 'Jerry' Kincaid

So Dear to My Heart 1948

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Character: Bobby Driscoll

Melody Time 1948

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Character: Robert 'Bibi' Bonnard

The Happy Time 1952

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Character: Himself

Dateline: Disneyland 1955

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Character: Himself - Peter Pan

A Disney Christmas Gift 1983

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Character: Gary

Climax! 1954

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Character: Trumpeter Jones

Zane Grey Theater 1956

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