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Richard Nichols

Richard Nichols

  • Woman's Face, A (1941, September 03 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • All This, and Heaven Too (1940, September 21 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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  • Richard Nichols

    • Carol Diehl
    • 2014-06-28

    I am in love with this beautiful little boy . There is not enough accolade about him or his performances. He truly was a scene stealer . If TCM has interviewed him , I have not seen it. Please have him on . It would be much appreciated by all .

  • An Angel

    • M.C. Holiman
    • 2014-03-26

    How touching it was to watch All This and Heaven too last night, who was that most adorable child?, sincere, right on queue. Glad for this site, hope he reads it and knows how many fans he has. His parents were right to have him go into the movie business, we are all blessed. So happy to hear he's living where and how he wishes. Thank You Richard for being right from God (we all are) but being the pure expression of the Divine, with many more Blessings, MC

  • Richard Nichols center point Alabama

    • Ashley w Kramer
    • 2014-01-17

    I too think he was an adorable child. In a woman's Face with Joan Crawford I have so many questions. Did he see any thing of the Mommie Dearest personality? Were the ski lift and slay ride dangerous? What did he learn from making movies so young? Did that have anything to do with becoming a minister? All the children in the family worked in movies. Did they get to keep their earnings? Did Sunday sermons fill the acting urge or wasn't there one? If he is listed, I'm calling him and I'll be back.

  • interview with Richard Nichols

    • daphine
    • 2012-07-19

    I would love for TCM to have an interview with Richard Nichols. He was a very impressionable child actor who you just fell in love with. There are so few actors around from that golden era and it would be great if there was a special showing devoted to those who are still around. They just don't make the movies like they did then.

  • richard nichols!

    • brenda
    • 2012-07-06

    I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS CHILD ACTOR!

  • Child Actor Richard Nichols

    • Lori Hickey
    • 2011-11-09

    I can not believe that I, and old black and white movie fanatic, had never heard of the most endearing child actor I have ever seen - Richard Nichols (All This and Heaven Too, A Woman's Face, Blossoms in the Dust, etc.). Why do I feel like I have to tell old movie lovers about him and he is never spoken of? I have never heard any one in my forty year love of old movies ever even give a passing mention to this remarkable, natural child actor. To say he is adorable can not even begin to describe him. You have no choice but to totally focus on him no matter who is in the scene with him (i.e. Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Greer Garson). Does any one know more about him? I would love to see an inteview with him as I believe he is still alive. Are you reading this by any chance Robert Osborne?

  • Richard Nichols

    • Seth Keller
    • 2011-11-08

    Mr. Nichols as i know him drove my school bus when i was in middle school and my freshman year of high school at Clay Chalkville HS in Clay, Alabama. Havnt seen him since 2004. Hope he is still doing well.

  • Richard Nichols

    • Beverly
    • 2011-09-04

    I too, am a fan of of this adorable little boy. I think he is the same young actor, just a few years older in "Kitty Foyle". His southern drawl was noticeable but never a distraction whether he was to be a French little lord or a part of the New England mainline. He was precious, in the style Shirley Temple or Margaret O'Brien. You just want to hug him!

  • Outstanding

    • CDC
    • 2011-08-06

    What a performance in All This, and Heaven Too! Those eyes! That voice! Some of the most heart-tugging scenes by a child actor ever!

  • All This and Heaven Too

    • Keith T.
    • 2011-01-10

    Rich is alive and doing well. I work with him daily. He lives in Center Point, Alabama.

  • All This And Heaven Too

    • Mayrose Coyle
    • 2010-05-03

    My husband and I oo(ed) and ah(ed) at the adorable Richard Nichol's acting in this movie: All This and Heaven Too. His acting touched our hearts as we love children very much. In 1940, when this movie was made, he was all of 4 years old. What a cutie-pie he was. So adorable and talented. I looked him up and learned that later on in life he became a minister and after 44 years in the ministry he retired. How lovely it would be to see what he looks like now or watch him in a TCM's interview if it's possible. Maybe that could be arranged sometime. (hint, hint)

  • Richard Nichols was the most precious chlld

    • AJ
    • 2010-04-23

    I recently watched All This and Heaven Too and Richard Nichols is the cutest, sweetest child I have ever seen and his southern drawl is endearing. He was the definitely the scene stealer, even with Bette Davis and Charles Boyer. I would like to know more about him and other movies he as been in and what he is doing now.

  • Whatever became of Richard Nichols?

    • Marcia
    • 2008-12-18

    I have just finished watching All This, and Heaven Too, and have fallen in love with the beautiful child actor Richard Nichols. His voice and acting will just steal your heart. I would like to know more about his life.

  • What did he become.

    • GH
    • 2008-11-18

    Richard Nichols became a Church of Christ Evangelist

  • Amazing Child Actor

    • Sue L
    • 2007-12-29

    Where did this scene stealing, amazingly natural young actor come from? He appears to be about four years old in "All This and Heaven Too" - and his big, beautiful, dark eyes just sparkle on screen. If anyone ever stole a scene from the incomparable Bette Davis, it would be this little guy. Wow! I would love to know how his life and career unfolded.

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