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Bonita Granville

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Biography

Chicago, Illinois, USA
Daughter of Bernard 'Bunny' Granville, Bonita Granville was born into an acting family. It's not surprising that she herself became a child actor, first on the stage and, at the age of 9, debuting in movies in Westward Passage (1932). She was regularly cast as a naughty little girl, as in These Three (1936) where she played Mary, an obnoxious girl spreading lies about her teachers. Her performance left an impression on the audience, and she was nominated for a best supporting actress award. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Little Olivia Allen

Westward Passage 1932

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Character: Amy's Classmate

Little Women 1933

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Character: Joan Winters as a Child

The Life of Vergie Winters 1934

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Character: Ann - Their Daughter

Maid of Salem 1937

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Character: Marian Kilbourne

Merrily We Live 1938

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Character: Peggy Finnegan

The Angels Wash Their Faces 1939

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Character: Vicky Sherwood

Third Finger, Left Hand 1940

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Character: Kate Pendleton

Gallant Sons 1940

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Character: Frances Marlowe

The People vs. Dr. Kildare 1941

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Character: Mary Pulham

H.M. Pulham, Esq. 1941

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Character: Francine Diamond

The Wild Man of Borneo 1941

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Character: June Vale

Now, Voyager 1942

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Character: Opal 'Snip' Madvig

The Glass Key 1942

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Character: 'Toddy' Jones

Youth Runs Wild 1944

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Character: Dorothy Larson

Breakfast in Hollywood 1946

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Character: Welcome Kilgore

The Lone Ranger 1956

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