Lawrence Edward Watkin


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Treasure Island (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Take Me To Captain Billy Bones! West Coast of England, 1765, having helped his lone tenant, Captain Billy Bones (Finlay Currie), hide from his first visitor, Jim (Bobby Driscoll) has to hide him again when Blind Pew (John Laurie) appears, early in the first Walt Disney live-action feature, Treasure Island, 1950, from Robert Louis Stevenson, starring Robert Newton.
Treasure Island (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Flint's Map Jim (Bobby Driscoll) returns to the inn with Squire Trelawney (Walter Fitzgerald) and Dr. Livesy (Denis O’Dea) to find Captain Billy Bones murdered, then decides to show them the treasure map entrusted to him, sparking the big idea, in Walt Disney’s hit adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, 1950, starring Robert Newton.
Treasure Island (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Many's The Night I've Dreamed Of Cheese Having just escaped Long John Silver, Jack (Bobby Driscoll) flees only to discover the marooned Ben Gunn (Geoffrey Wilkinson), left to guard Flint's gold in Treasure Island, 1950.
Treasure Island (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Head Full Of Pirates Fitting out the ship in Bristol, Jim (Bobby Driscoll), warned by his murdered friend Billy Bones of a one-legged man, meets Long John Silver (Robert Newton), who’s just been hired by the clueless Trelawney (Walter Fitzgerald) and Livesy (Denis O’Dea) as cook for their treasure hunting voyage, in Walt Disney’s Treasure Island, 1950.
Great Locomotive Chase, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) We're Yankees Again! Deep-cover Union spy Andrews (Fess Parker) appeals to the Confederate patriotism of shrewd Georgia conductor Fuller (Jeffrey Hunter), who’s inquired about an unusual band of passengers, who are really a sabotage gang, in the Disney Civil War adventure The Great Locomotive Chase, 1956.
Darby O'Gill And The Little People (1959) -- (Movie Clip) The King Of Them All Regaling his pals (J.G. Devlin, Farrell Pelly, and Denis O’Dea as eavesdropping Father Murphy) at the pub, Darby (Albert Sharpe) tells of how his first encounter with the diabolical leprechaun king Brian Connors (Jimmy O’Dea) went awry, in the Disney feature Darby O’Gill And The Little People, 1959.
Darby O'Gill And The Little People (1959) -- (Movie Clip) There's No Goin' Back Shoved down a well by his mischievous horse, Irishman Darby (Albert Sharpe) is greeted as a guest by leprechaun king Brian Connors (Jimmy O’Dea), with whom he’s had previous dealings, in the Walt Disney feature Darby O’Gill And The Little People, 1959.
Darby O'Gill And The Little People (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Are You Wearin' Your Holy Medal? Having captured the leprechaun king, Darby (Albert Sharpe), worried about evil neighbors, rushes to warn daughter Katie (Janet Munro), who is busy with guest McBride (Sean Connery), who is helping Darby hide the fact that he’s been hired to replace him, in Darby O’Gill And The Little People, 1959.
On Borrowed Time (1939) -- (Movie Clip) We're Not Going Far An efficient MGM opening, after a prologue linking the story to Chaucer, we infer that the hitchhiker (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) is not mortal, whereupon we meet Demetria (Eily Malyon) the reverend and Charlie (Charles Waldron, Ian Wolfe), then the stars Grandpa Julian (Lionel Barrymore) and Pub (Bobs Watson), in On Borrowed Time, 1939.
On Borrowed Time (1939) -- (Movie Clip) You Made A Wish Her evilness no longer in doubt, Aunt Demetria (Eily Malyon) grills Granny Nellie (Beulah Bondia) about the assets of orphaned Pud (Bobs Watson), who then arrives with cranky Grandpa Julian (Lionel Barrymore), in On Borrowed Time, 1939, from the popular part-fantasy novel by A.E. Watkin.
On Borrowed Time (1939) -- (Movie Clip) They're Out Of My Reach After the passing of beloved Granny Nellie, ailing Grandpa Julian (Lionel Barrymore), with orphan Pud (Bobs Watson), meets "Brinks" (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) again, then remembers he's earned a wish involving the apple tree, in MGM's On Borrowed Time, 1939.