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Bernard Punsly

Highest Rated:   100% Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)
Lowest Rated:   89% Dead End (1937)
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Bernard Punsly (sometimes misspelled Punsley) was 13 years old when he landed his very first acting job in the Broadway play Dead End. Young Punsly played Milty, the gormless new inductee into the street gang which figures so prominently in the play's proceedings. When Dead End was filmed by Sam Goldwyn in 1937, Punsly was brought to Hollywood to repeat his role, along with his fellow Dead End Kids Billy Halop, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Gabriel Dell, and Bobby Jordan. Unlike the others, who strived to uphold their tough-guy images in real life, Punsly was of a gentler nature, insisting that he was a "punk" only when the cameras were rolling. He also wasn't all that interested in pursuing a show-business career; outside of his work in the Dead End Kids and Little Tough Guys spin-off films, he made only one other movie appearance, playing a caddy in The Big Broadcast of 1938. His last film was the Little Tough Guys entry Mug Town. Punsly left movies behind permanently when he joined the Army medical corps in WWII. Completing his internal-medicine studies at the University of Georgia, he became Bernard Punsly, M.D., which he remained until his retirement in the late '80s.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Junior G-Men of the Air
  • Greaseball
1942
No Score Yet Dead End Kids
  • Actor
1942
No Score Yet Sea Raiders
  • Butch
1941
No Score Yet Hell's Kitchen
  • Dutch
1939
No Score Yet They Made Me a Criminal
  • Milty
1939
No Score Yet Little Tough Guy
  • Ape
1938
No Score Yet Crime School
  • Fats Papadopolo
1938
100% Angels with Dirty Faces
  • Hunky
1938
89% Dead End
  • Milty
1937

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