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Donald Haines

Highest Rated:   100% Three Comrades (1938)
Lowest Rated:   85% Manhattan Melodrama (1934)
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Donald Haines was eight years old when he joined Hal Roach's "Our Gang" troupe in 1929. Haines appeared in Roach shorts until 1931; one of these was The First Seven Years (1930), in which he fought with Jackie Cooper over the affections of Mary Ann Jackson. The adversarial Haines-Cooper screen relationship would extend over a decade, with Donald and Jackie coming to blows (or threatening to do so) in such features as Skippy (1931), A Feller Needs a Friend (1932) and Seventeen (1940). Haines' other roles of note included Jerry Cruncher Jr. in Tale of Two Cities (1935), Alabama in Boys Town (1938) and Men of Boys Town (1940), and Skinny in six of Monogram's East Side Kids films. Donald Haines died while serving in WW II.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Spooks Run Wild
  • Skinny
1941
No Score Yet Bowery Blitzkrieg
  • Skinny
1941
No Score Yet Flying Wild
  • Skinny
1941
No Score Yet East Side Kids - Pride of the Bowery
  • Actor
1941
No Score Yet Pride of the Bowery
  • Skinny
1941
No Score Yet That Gang of Mine
  • Skinny
1940
No Score Yet East Side Kids
  • The East Side Kid, Pee Wee
1940
No Score Yet Boys of the City
  • Pee Wee
1940
No Score Yet Never Say Die
  • Julius
1939
No Score Yet Sergeant Madden
  • Milton
1939
89% Boys Town
  • Alabama
1938
100% Three Comrades
  • Comic
1938
No Score Yet Kidnapped
  • Ransome
1938
No Score Yet Exclusive Story
  • Office Boy
1936
100% A Tale of Two Cities
  • Jerry Cruncher Jr.
1935
No Score Yet Vagabond Lady
  • Office Boy
1935
85% Manhattan Melodrama
  • Stud
1934
No Score Yet Little Man, What Now?
  • Kleinholz Jr.
1934
No Score Yet No Greater Glory
  • Csonakos
1934
No Score Yet Now I'll Tell
  • Messenger Boy
1934
100% Skippy
  • Harley Nubbins
1931
No Score Yet The Little Rascals
  • Donald
1930

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