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Also Known As: Ra Hould Died:
Born: January 21, 1924 Cause of Death: respiratory failure
Birth Place: New Zealand Profession: editor, actor

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Juvenile player turned film editor who retained his celebrity in his native New Zealand long after the end of his Hollywood acting career. Sinclair's feature credits include William Wellman's "The Light That Failed", "Tower of London" (both 1939), Alexander Korda's "That Hamilton Woman" (1941) and Raoul Walsh's "Desperate Journey" (1942). He also appeared in a series of children's adventure films featuring the Five Little Peppers (1939-40)

Juvenile player turned film editor who retained his celebrity in his native New Zealand long after the end of his Hollywood acting career. Sinclair's feature credits include William Wellman's "The Light That Failed", "Tower of London" (both 1939), Alexander Korda's "That Hamilton Woman" (1941) and Raoul Walsh's "Desperate Journey" (1942). He also appeared in a series of children's adventure films featuring the Five Little Peppers (1939-40)

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Desperate Journey (1942) Flight Sergeant Lloyd Hollis
2.
 That Hamilton Woman (1941) Josiah
3.
 Five Little Peppers at Home (1940) Jasper
4.
 Five Little Peppers in Trouble (1940) Jasper King
5.
 The Earl of Chicago (1940) Gerald Kilmount
6.
 Out West with the Peppers (1940) Jasper King
7.
 The Light That Failed (1940) Dick, as a boy
8.
 Tower of London (1939) Boy King Edward
9.
 They Made Me a Criminal (1939) J. Douglas Williamson
10.
 Five Little Peppers and How They Grew (1939) Jasper [King]
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Worked as a juvenile performer in Hollywood films
1955:
Edited "Five Guns West", Roger Corman's directorial debut; first of many collaborations with producer-director Corman

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wife:
Carol Sinclair. Survived him.

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son:
Richard Sinclair. Survived him.

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