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Robert Winkler (Robert Winckler)

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Biography

Chicago, Illinois, USA
Born in Chicago on February 12, 1927, Robert "Bobby" Winckler (often credited as "Winkler"), was one of the most prolific child actors of the 1930s and 1940s. Charles Chaplin's wife, Mildred Harris, got Robert into show business with a letter of introduction to producer Hal Roach. Between the ages of six and eighteen, Bobby worked with most of the stars of the "Golden Age" of Hollywood in classic feature films, serials, cartoons and hundreds of radio shows. When not working he attended Hollywood Professional School. Read more...

Actor

Character: Boy Carrying Sign in Beginning

Our Gang Follies of 1938 1937

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Character: Urchin with Compact

Keeping Company 1940

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Character: Boy with Bill

The Quarterback 1940

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Character: Smaller Homeless Boy

Men of Boys Town 1941

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Character: Willie Younger

Bad Men of Missouri 1941

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Character: Tom Cameron, as a Boy

The Lone Rider Rides On 1941

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Character: Mail Room Boy Sorting Letters

The Youngest Profession 1943

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Character: Frank Cavanaugh as a Boy

The Iron Major 1943

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Character: Radio Sonny

True to Life 1943

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Character: Thomas Jefferson Dangos - Age 14

An American Romance 1944

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Character: Proprietor's Son

Take a Letter, Darling 1942

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