Bobs Watson

Bobs Watson

Highest Rated: 100% Dodge City (1939)

Lowest Rated: 23% Grand Theft Auto (1977)

Birthday: Nov 16, 1930

Birthplace: Not Available

American actor Bobs Watson was born into a family of show people in Hollywood, CA. He made his film debut as an infant and later became a popular child star in Fox and MGM films during the '30s. He was notable for his ability to cry on cue and is perhaps best remembered as little Pee Wee in Boys Town (1938). Watson left films in the early '40s. He later infrequently returned to play character roles until 1967 when he became an ordained minister of the United Methodist Church.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (The Modern Miracle) George Sanders 2000
23% Grand Theft Auto Minister 1977
No Score Yet First to Fight Sgt. Maypole 1967
92% What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Newspaper Clerk 1962
No Score Yet Saintly Sinners Attendant 1962
No Score Yet The Bold and the Brave Bob 1956
40% Men of Boys Town Pee Wee 1941
No Score Yet Dr. Kildare's Crisis Tommy 1940
No Score Yet Dreaming Out Loud Jimmy 1940
No Score Yet On Borrowed Time Pud 1939
100% Dodge City Harry Cole 1939
No Score Yet Kentucky Peter Goodwin, 1861 1938
90% Boys Town Pee Wee 1938
No Score Yet Our Gang Follies Of 1938 Our Gang Kid 1937
67% In Old Chicago Bob as a Boy 1937
100% Maytime `Merry Month of May' Singer 1937
80% Love on the Run Italian Boy 1936
100% Show Boat Lost Child 1936
No Score Yet Life Begins at 40 Meriwether Child 1935


No Score Yet The Beverly Hillbillies
Harry Hogan Fred 1967
No Score Yet The Fugitive
Milt Plummer 1965


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