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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Little Men (1934) as Jack
The former Jo March and her husband Professor Bhaer operate the Plumfield School for homeless boys. One of the boys, Nat, invites Dan, a street kid, to come to the school, where the boys are all loved and well cared for. Dan is a young tough, but his heart is good, and when he is accused of theft at the school, Jo continues to believe in him and that the true thief will be found out.
2.
You Can't Buy Everything (1934) as Donny [Bell] as a boy
A scorned woman dreams of revenge on the man who betrayed her.
3.
I Give My Love (1934) as Paul Jr. at 12
4.
Broadway to Hollywood (1933) as David
Three generations of vaudevillians fight for stardom on stage and screen.
5.
The Stranger's Return (1933) as Widdie [Crane]
A divorcee visits her grandfather's farm to recover and discovers a life she never expected to love.
6.
Rasputin and the Empress (1933) as The Czarevitch [Alexis Nikolaiovitch]
True story of the mad monk who plotted to rule Russia.
7.
Bureau of Missing Persons (1933) as Caesar Paul
A police chief helps a young bride find her missing husband or at least his corpse.
8.
Tomorrow and Tomorrow (1932) as Christian Redman
9.
Strange Interlude (1932) as Gordon, as a child
A doctor's daughter defies convention in her fight for love and her child.
10.
Ambassador Bill (1931) as King Paul
An American ambassador arrives in a small country that is being convulsed by political intrigue and civil unrest. He befriends the young boy who is to be the country's king, to ensure that the boy is prepared to take on the role and also to see that he lives long enough to assume the crown.

Cast (short)

11.
Show Kids (1934)
In this short film, a troubled theater owner hands over his business to his son who has an idea for a show that will surely fill the seats. Vitaphone Release 1706-1707.

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