George Breakston

Highest Rated: 100% The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Paris-born George Breakston moved to the U.S. when he was six. As a child actor, Breakston got in on the ground floor of the Los Angeles radio industry. In films, he played the young Pip in the 1934 Great Expectations, and that same year played the sickliest of the Wiggs children in Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch and the boy with the ailing bus-passenger mother in It Happened One Night. In the late 1930s, Breakston was seen in the recurring role of Breezy in MGM's Andy Hardy series. Upon reaching adulthood, Breakston retired from acting to become a producer/director. He moved to Kenya, where he set up his own production company, turning out several African-themed films (Urubu, Golden Ivory) and such TV series as African Patrol and Adventures of a Jungle Boy. George Breakston went on to produce and direct films in Europe and Japan before returning to his "home town" of Paris.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Andy Hardy Meets Debutante Beezy 2001
No Score Yet The Manster Director Producer 1962
No Score Yet Geisha Girl Producer Director 1952
No Score Yet Tokyo File 212 Producer 1951
No Score Yet Men of San Quentin Louis 1942
No Score Yet The Courtship of Andy Hardy Beezy 1942
No Score Yet Life Begins for Andy Hardy Beezy 1941
No Score Yet Andy Hardy's Private Secretary Beezy 1941
100% The Grapes of Wrath Boy 1940
No Score Yet Judge Hardy and Son 'Beezy' 1939
No Score Yet Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever Beezy 1939
No Score Yet Jesse James Farmer Boy 1939
No Score Yet Love Finds Andy Hardy Beezy 1938
No Score Yet Small Town Girl (One Horse Town) Little Jimmy 1936
No Score Yet Boulder Dam Stan Vangarick 1936
No Score Yet The Return of Peter Grimm William Van Dam 1935
No Score Yet The Dark Angel Joe 1935
98% It Happened One Night Boy 1934
No Score Yet No Greater Glory Nemecsek 1934
No Score Yet Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Jimmy Wiggs 1934
No Score Yet Successful Failure Tommy Cushing 1934
No Score Yet Great Expectations Young Pip 1934


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