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Amazing Actor Who Flew Under the Radar
Let me paraphrase what Walt Disney once said, "Out of a playground of kids, there is always one that just catches your eyes and you can't seem to stop watching. That child is the one with star potential," and that's how I feel about Ronald Sinclair. He could make you laugh or burst into tears, depending on the role. Even though he's from New Zealand, I couldn't spot his accent in any of his films. I first saw him in the 1938 version of "A Christmas Carol" and just couldn't help but swept away by his outstanding performance. Next, I discovered the classic, "Thoroughbreds Don't Cry" and wow, what a great story! Serendipitously, I ended up finding the "Five Little Peppers" movies, and while Ronald is not one of the Pepper children, he completely steals the scenes he is in. It shocked me that someone who could act alongside such stars as Ronald Reagan, would end up as an editor for drive-in movies. Don't get me wrong, some of the films he edited were some of my favorite cult-classics, and editors are amazing and do such great work, but I would have loved to have seen Hollywood give Ronald Sinclair the opportunity to realize his full acting potential.