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David Ladd

Highest Rated:   86% Death Line (Raw Meat) (1972)
Lowest Rated:   3% The Mod Squad (1999)
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The son of film star Alan Ladd and Hollywood agent Sue Carol, David Ladd began his career as a sensitive, Brandon DeWilde-type juvenile actor. David was quite impressive in such family-oriented outdoor film fare as The Big Land (1957), The Proud Rebel (1958, co-starring with his father) and Dog of Flanders (1960). As an adult, Ladd was most often seen in secondary character roles. Following the lead of his half-brother Alan Ladd Jr., David became a TV producer, with one theatrical feature The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988), to his credit. For several years, David Ladd was married to actress Cheryl Jean Stopelmoor, who retained the professional name of Cheryl Ladd long after the union floundered.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Leaving Barstow
  • Executive Producer
2008
24% A Guy Thing
  • Producer
$15.5M 2003
60% Hart's War
  • Producer
$19.1M 2002
3% The Mod Squad
  • Executive Producer
1999
60% The Serpent and the Rainbow
  • Producer
1987
60% The Wild Geese
  • Sonny
1978
64% The Day of the Locust
  • Apprentice
1975
No Score Yet The Klansman
  • Flagg
1974
No Score Yet Treasure of Jamaica Reef
  • Josh Owens
1974
11% Jonathan Livingston Seagull
  • Fletcher Lynd Seagull
1973
86% Death Line (Raw Meat)
  • Alex
1972
No Score Yet Catlow
  • Caxton
1971
No Score Yet R.P.M.
  • Student
1970
No Score Yet Misty
  • Paul Beebe
1961
No Score Yet A Dog of Flanders
  • Nello Daas
1959
No Score Yet The Proud Rebel
  • David Chandler
1958
No Score Yet The Big Land
  • David Johnson / Echo
1957
No Score Yet The Cowboy Creed
  • Actor
1936

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