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Also Known As: Died: May 3, 2011
Born: September 15, 1922 Cause of Death: Undisclosed illness
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1925:
Made film debut in Lloyd Hamilton comedy short
1929:
Made first "Our Gang" short
1931:
Starred in films "Skippy" and "The Champ"; earned Best Actor Oscar nomination for the former
1934:
Played Jim Hawkins in "Treasure Island"
1949:
Toured U.S.A. as Ensign Pulver in "Mr. Roberts"
1949:
Made New York stage debut, "Magnolia Alley"
1951:
Appeared as Ensign Pulver in London production of "Mr. Roberts"
1952:
Early TV work included "Lux Video Theatre"
:
Starred on TV series "The People's Choice"; also directed episodes
:
Starred on TV series "Hennessey" (CBS)
:
Named Vice President in Charge of TV Program Production, Columbia Pictures
1968:
Made TV-movie acting debut, "Shadow on the Land"
1971:
Played TV programming executive in feature film "The Love Machine"
1971:
Played Sally Field's father in TV-movie "Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring"
1972:
Film directing debut, "Stand Up and Be Counted"
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Directed 13 episodes of TV series "M*A*S*H"; won Emmy Award
1974:
Hosted "The Dean Martin Comedy World" (NBC)
1975:
Was regular on "Mobile One"
1978:
Directed pilot of "The White Shadow"; won second Emmy
1978:
Played editor Perry White in first of four "Superman" feature films
1980:
Directed Bette Davis in TV-movie "White Mama"
1981:
Directed fellow former child star Mickey Rooney in a TV movie, "Leave 'em Laughing"
1989:
Announced retirement to raise horses

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