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Bobby Driscoll and Luana Patten were the first actors to enter a

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•Bobby Driscoll and Luana Patten were the first actors to enter a contract with Disney.

Bobby and Luana. November 1946.

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Bobby Driscoll ........ The former Disney star who grew up in front of the cameras died in 1968 at age 31. Driscoll's was found in a New York tenement and ...

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Luana Patten and Bobby Driscoll between scenes of So Dear to My Heart

1949, A portrait of American child actor Bobby Driscoll (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

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Walt Disney shows 2 young actors, Bobby Driscoll (left), and Luana Patten

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Bobby Driscoll, the 'Disney Wonder Kid' in the later 40s-mid 50s

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Driscoll and Patten team up again for the introduction to the "Pecos Bill" segment of 1948's Melody Time. Like with Fun and Fancy Free, they're not here ...

Robert Cletus "Bobby" Driscoll, child actor who starred in some of The Walt Disney Company's most popular live-action pictures (1943-60) Song of the South, ...

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BEULAH BONDI LUANA PATTEN BOBBY DRISCOLL & BURL IVES SO DEAR TO MY HEART (1948

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The major cast members of Song Of The South (from left to right: Luana Patten, James Baskett, Bobby Driscoll and Glenn Leedy) - 1946

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Original Film Title: SO DEAR TO MY HEART. English Title: SO DEAR TO

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Luana became one of the first two contract players for Walt Disney Studios when she was cast as Ginny in the 1946 musical “Song of the South.”

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1948, Film Title: MELODY TIME, Studio: RKO, Pictured: BOBBY DRISCOLL

Luana Patten would then make a solo appearance in 1947's Fun and Fancy Free. She hosts a very small party whose guests consist of Edgar Bergen and his two ...

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She played a poor white child fascinated by the stories told by Uncle Remus (played by James Baskett).

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Bobby Driscoll

The child actors Bobby Driscoll, Luana Patten, and Glenn Leedy were cast. Driscoll was the first actor to be under a personal contract with a Disney studio.

Bobby Driscoll at the side of Luana Patten and Burl Ives in So Dear To My Heart - 1948

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“When he went to have his tonsils out- he must have been seven or a little older- he sang songs all the way to the hospital. Most kids cry. You see, he was ...

The following year he traveled across town to 20th Century Fox and joined Anne Baxter in two decent war-related films, The Sullivans and Sunday Dinner for a ...

Driscoll receiving the Academy Juvenile Award from Donald O'Connor

He has the innocence and unselfconsciousness of a child. He still looks at the world with uncontaminated wonder.

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Uncle Remus spreading his tales

Song of the South (1946, Disney)

Luana Patten was born July 6, 1938 in Long Beach, California.

Bobby in San Francisco, 1959. Photograph by Wallace Berman

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He did score a couple of TV roles and took some menial jobs. In 1958 he somehow managed a terrible part in a terrible movie, The Party Crashers.

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From top to bottom: Bobby Driscoll in Navy Log, episode: Navy Corpsman, 1955, A Letter To Loretta, episode: Big Jim, 1954 and The Zane Grey Theatre, ...

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BOBBY DRISCOLL 1937-68 & LUANA PATTEN 1938-96

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Perhaps a more apt title would have been Sobs of the South! Heck, there's even an extended minute-long scene of Driscoll whimpering through the woods as the ...

That same year, Luana returned to acting in “Rock, Pretty Baby” and followed that with several teen films.

Bobby in 1967 on the well known couch in Andy Warhol's factory

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SONG OF THE SOUTH LUANA PATTEN, JAMES BASKETT, GLENN LEEDY AND BOBBY DRISCOLL PICTURE

Swiss Family Robinson (1940, RKO)

... his choice of dynamic child stars, Considine, Stollery and Funicello all starred in big-screen Disney features (as did Tommy Kirk, who was introduced to ...

Luana Patten

Walt Disney took notice of Bobby Driscoll. In 1946, he made his first live action film since the 1920s, Disney was making movies depicting real people (he ...