David Gorcey

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Birthday: Feb 6, 1921
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The youngest son of actor Bernard Gorcey, David Gorcey reached Broadway at the tender age of 14 when he was cast in Sidney Kingsley's Dead End. During the early stages of production, David secured a role in the play for his older brother Leo. It was Leo who subsequently rose to stardom, while the quieter, self-effacing David seemed content to remain a background player. After making his film debut in 1938, David was cast in Universal's "Little Tough Guys" series, an offshoot of Warners' Dead End Kids films, which of course spotlighted brother Leo. When Leo moved to Monogram's East Side Kids David went along in the featured role of Pee-wee. After serving in the military, David rejoined Leo at Monogram, appearing as Chuck in the Bowery Boys series beginning in 1946. Evidently to avoid accusations of nepotism, David adopted his mother's maiden name of Condon for billing purposes. The younger Gorcey outlasted Leo as a Bowery Boy, remaining with the series until its final entry, 1958's In the Money. During this period, he occasionally accepted minor roles at other studios, usually playing a newsboy (most amusingly in 1950's Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion). David Gorcey became a minister after retiring from films, devoting his time and energy to anti-drug programs for LA ghetto youths.



No Score Yet Hold That Hypnotist Chuck 1957
No Score Yet The Bowery Boys Meet the Monsters Chuck 1954
No Score Yet Ghost Chasers Chuck 1951
No Score Yet Bowery Battalion Chuck 1951
No Score Yet Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion Newsboy 1950
No Score Yet Master Minds Chuck 1949
No Score Yet She Shoulda Said No Ricky 1949
No Score Yet Spook Busters Chuck 1946
No Score Yet Smart Alecks Peewee 1942
No Score Yet Let's Get Tough Peewee 1942
No Score Yet Junior G-Men of the Air Double-face 1942
No Score Yet Mr. Wise Guy Peewee 1942
No Score Yet East Side Kids - Let's Get Tough Actor 1942
No Score Yet Spooks Run Wild Pee Wee 1941
No Score Yet Flying Wild Peewee 1941
No Score Yet East Side Kids - Pride of the Bowery Actor 1941
No Score Yet Bowery Blitzkrieg Peewee 1941
No Score Yet Pride of the Bowery Pee Wee 1941
No Score Yet That Gang of Mine Peewee 1940
No Score Yet Boys of the City Actor 1940
No Score Yet Sergeant Madden `Punchy' 1939
No Score Yet Prairie Moon Slick 1938
No Score Yet Little Tough Guy Sniper 1938


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