Freddie Bartholomew
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Freddie Bartholomew
*March 28, 1924 London, England, UK
as Frederick Cecil Bartholomew
January 23, 1992 Sarasota, Florida, USA

English-American child actor

Films

1956-1984

The Edge of Night

1951

St. Benny the Dip

1947

Sepia Cinderella

1944

The Town Went Wild

1942

Junior Army
A Yank at Eton
Cadets on Parade

1941

Naval Academy

1940

Swiss Family Robinson
Tom Brown's School Days

1939

Two Bright Boys
The Spirit of Culver

1938

Listen, Darling
Lord Jeff
Kidnapped

1937

Captains Courageous
Hollywood Party

1936

Little Lord Fauntleroy
The Devil Is a Sissy
Lloyd's of London

1935

Anna Karenina
David Copperfield
Professional Soldier
A Dream Comes True

1932

Lily Christine
Strip, Strip, Hooray

1931

Fascination

1930

Toyland


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Books with substantial mentioning of Freddie Bartholomew
Robert A. Nowlan and Gwendolyn Wright Nowlan
Movie Characters of Leading Performers of the Sound Era
Chicago and London, 1990

James Robert Parish and Ronald L. Bowers
The MGM Stock Company, The Golden Era
New Rochelle, N.Y., 1974
Books with an entry on Freddie Bartholomew
David Thomson
The New Biographical Dictionary of Film
New York, 2003

Brian McFarlane (ed.)
The Encyclopedia of British Film
London, 2003

Kay Weniger
Das große Personenlexikon des Films, Erster Band. A-C
Berlin, 2001

John Holmstrom
The Moving Picture Boy, An International Encyclopaedia from 1895 to 1995
Norwich, 1996

Frank N. Magill (ed.)
Magill's Cinema Annual 1993, A Survey of the Films of 1992
Pasadena, Ca.; Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1993

Paul Michael, editor in chief. James Robert Parish, associate editor
The American movies reference book, The sound era
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,, 1969