Bobby Driscoll/Filmography

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Filmography of Bobby Driscoll.

Filmography

Film
Year Film Role Production Company Other notes
1943 Lost Angel Bobby, Boy on train with sucker MGM Uncredited
1944 The Fighting Sullivans Al Sullivan as a child Twentieth Century Fox Uncredited
Sunday Dinner for a Soldier Jeep Osborne Twentieth Century Fox
The Big Bonanza Spud Kilton Republic Pictures
1945 Identity Unknown Toddy Loring Republic Pictures
1946 Miss Susie Slagle's Boy with a wounded dog Paramount Pictures Uncredited, - produced 1944, released 1946
From This Day Forward Timmy Beesley RKO Radio Pictures
So Goes My Love Percy Maxim Universal Pictures UK-title: A Genius in the Family
O.S.S. Gerard Paramount Pictures
Song of the South Johnny Walt Disney Productions
1948 Pecos Bill/Melody Time Himself Walt Disney Productions With Luana Patten, Roy Rogers and The Sons Of The Pioneers in the brief teaser to the "Pecos Bill" cartoon segment
If You Knew Susie Junior Parker RKO Radio Pictures With Margaret Kerry (Tinker Bell in Peter Pan, 1953)
So Dear to My Heart Jeremiah Kincaid Walt Disney Productions Produced in mid-1946 (following Song of the South), postponed until 1948
1949 The Window Tommy Woodry RKO Radio Pictures Produced late 1947 to early 1948,[1] but shelved until 1949, Academy Juvenile Award
1950 Treasure Island Jim Hawkins Walt Disney Productions Star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame - 1560 Vine Street
1951 When I Grow Up Josh/Danny Reed Horizon Pictures
Fathers are People Goofy, Jr. Walt Disney Productions Voice
1952 Father's Lion Goofy, Jr. Walt Disney Productions Voice
The Happy Time Robert "Bibi" Bonnard Stanley Kramer Productions
1953 Peter Pan Peter Pan Walt Disney Productions Voice and close-up model
1955 The Scarlet Coat Ben Potter MGM
1958 The Party Crashers Josh Bickford Paramount Pictures
1965 Dirt Unknown Produced by Andy Warhol
Television
Year Series Title/Episode Role Original Production Company Original Air dates
1951 The Lux Video Theatre - Episode: "Tin Badge" Billy Crandall J. Walter Thompson Agency - originally distributed by CBS Television (1950-1954) and NBC (1954-1957) Originally aired on December 3
1952 Schlitz Playhouse of Stars - Episode: "Early Space Conquerors" Captain of a teen space-rocket crew Meridian Productions (1951-1956] and

Revue Studios (1956-1959) - originally distributed by CBS

Originally aired on July 18
The Unexpected - Episode: "Some Day They Will Give Us Guns" Julian ZIV Television Program Originally aired on December 10
1953 Dragnet - Episode: "The Big Sophomore" Harry Thomas Dunbar NBC Originally aired on October 1
1954 Medic - Episode: "Laughter is a Boy" Pete Koslow Medic Productions Originally aired on September 20
Big Town - Episode: "Juvenile Crime Pack" Unknown CBS Televisions (1950-54), NBC (1954-1956) Originally aired on November 17
Letter to Loretta - Episode: "Big Jim" Jimmy Skinner Lewislor Productions (1953-1958) and

Toreto Enterprises (1958-1961)

Originally aired on December 5
Fireside Theatre - Episode: "His Fathers Keeper" Unknown General Television Enterprises, Hal Roach Studios and NBC Originally aired on December 7
1955 Fireside Theatre - Episode: "The Double Life of Barney Peters" Unknown Bing Crosby Productions Originally aired on January 18
The Crown Theatre with Gloria Swanson - Episode: "The Best Years" Unknown CBS Television Originally aired on February 8
Front Row Center - Episode: "Ah, Wilderness" Richard Miller CBS Televisions Originally aired on June 15
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars - Episode: "Too Late to Run" Unknown Meridian Productions (1951-1956] and

Revue Studios (1956-1959) - originally distributed by CBS

Originally aired on August 5
Screen Directors Playhouse - Episode: "Day is Done" Private Zane Hal Roach Studios - originally distributed by CBS Originally aired on October 12
Navy Log - Episode: "Navy Corpsman" Billy Sayers (Specs) CBS Television (1955-1956)and ABC (1956-1958) Originally aired on November 29
TV Reader's Digest - Episode: "A Matter of Life or Death" Young Radford Sawyer Chester Erskine Productions - originally distributed by ABC Originally aired on December 10
1956 Crusader - Episode: "Fear" Josef Revue Studios and

Richard Lewis Productions - originally distribted by CBS Television and Studios USA Television

Originally aired on January 13
Climax! - Episode: "The Secret of River Lane" Gary CBS Television Originally aired on January 26
The Ford Television Center - Episode: "Try Me for Size" Stump Ford Motor Company (live episodes) and Screen Gems Television (filmed episodes) - originally distributed by NBC (1952-1956) (original airing) and ABC (1956-1957) (final season) Originally aired on January 26
Studio One - Episode: "I Do" Peter CBS Television Originally aired on April 30
TV Reader's Digest - Episode: "No Horse, No Wife, No Moustache" Cadet John Aldridge Jr. Chester Erskine Productions - originally distributed by ABC Originally aired on July 9
TV Reader's Digest - Episode: "The Smuggler" Truls Halverson Chester Erskine Productions - originally distributed by ABC Originally aired on January 26
Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre - Episode: "Dirty Face" Johnny Bridges Lewman Productions - originally distributed by NBC Originally aired on September 4
Zane Grey Theatre - Episode: "Death Watch" Trumpeter Jones Four Star Productions, Pamric Productions and Zane Grey Enterprises - originally distributed by CBS Television Originally aired on November 9
1957 M Squad - Episode: "Pete Loves Mary" Stephen/Steve Wikowski Latimer Productions and Revue Studios - originally distributed by NBC Originally aired on October 11
1958 Men of Anapolis - Episode: "The Irwin Allen Story" Unknown ZIV Television Programs Originally airing date unknown
Frontier Justice - Episode: "Death Watch" Trumpeter Jones Four Star Productions - originally distributed by CBS Television Originally aired on July 14
The Millionaire - Episode: "The Norman Conover Story" Lew Conover CBS Television and Don Fedderson Productions Originally aired on September 10
1959 Rawhide - Episode: "The Incident of Fear in the Streets"[2] Wilt Mason CBS Television Originally aired on May 8
1960 The Chevy Mystery Show - Episode: "The Summer Hero" Fred Forbes Revue Studios - originally distributed by NBC Originally aired on June 12
The Best of the Post - Episode: "A Cop Without a Badge" unknown MGM Television and Wrather Productions (as Jack Wrather Productions) - originally distributed by ITC Entertainment Group Originally aired on November 5
The Brothers Branaghan - Episode: "The Twisted Root" Johnny CBS Films Originally aired on November 5
Special appearances
Year Appearance Role Other notes
1950 22nd Academy Award Ceremony Himself Hosted by Paul Douglas - receiving his Oscar presented by Donald O'Connor - on March 23rd
Back to School Show[3] Himself / guest Aired in August 1950
Santa Claus Lane Parade[4] Himself With Kathryn Beaumont and Teddy Gwenn - November 1950
One Hour in Wonderland Himself Hosted by Walt Disney and Kathryn Beaumont
1951 The Ken Murray Show Himself / Jim Hawkins Aired on February 24, - hosted by Ken Murray
The Walt Disney Christmas Show Peter Pan Hosted by Walt Disney
1952 Mark Dimes Parade[5] Himself With Roy Rogers and Natalie Wood - January 1952
1953 The 25th Annual Academy Award Show [6] Himself/guest The first TV broadcast of the Annual Motion Picture Awards Ceremony on March 19 - hosted by Bob Hope
1955 The Disneyland Opening Day[7] Himself Briefly interviewed by Bob Cummings - on July 17
  1. Cameraman Tetzlaff Scores as Director. Los Angeles Times. A Tribute To Bobby Driscoll (1928-10-24). Retrieved on 2008-11-15.
  2. Rawhide: "Incident of Fear in the Streets" credits. ftvdb.bfi.org.uk.
  3. Child Actor to be Guest at Back-to-School Show. Los Angeles Times. A Tribute to Bobby Driscoll (1950-08-24). Retrieved on 2008-11-15.
  4. Hopper, Hedda (1950-11-28). Santa Claus Lane Parade. Los Angeles Times. A Tribute To Bobby Driscoll. Retrieved on 2008-11-15.
  5. Block Long Flag to Mark Dimes Parade. Los Angeles Times. A Tribute to Bobby Driscoll (1952-01-18). Retrieved on 2008-11-15.
  6. The 25th Annual Academy Award Show. A Tribute To Bobby Driscoll (1953-03-29). Retrieved on 2008-11-15.
  7. Disneyland Opening Day - July 17, 1955. A Tribute To Bobby Driscoll (1955-07-17). Retrieved on 2008-11-15.