Bobby Nelson

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Birthday: Jul 21, 1923
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The son of B-Western and serial director Jack Nelson, little Bobby Nelson starred in one of the silent era's last western series, Universal's The Pioneer Kid. All 13 mini-Westerns were directed by Jack Nelson, who also helmed The White Gorilla (released 1947), a bizarre jungle melodrama filmed in the 1930s and incorporating footage from several silent serials. The ill-begotten result, featuring Bobby, was released in 1935. He also appeared in four very low-budget westerns, starring non-entity Rex Lease. Today, Bobby Nelson is probably best remembered as Tom Keene's juvenile sidekick in Partners (1932).



No Score Yet The White Gorilla Actor 1947
No Score Yet Gun Lords of Stirrup Basin Mesa Homesteader's Son (uncredited) 1937
No Score Yet The Gambling Terror Jerry 1937
No Score Yet Boothill Brigade Tug Murdock 1937
No Score Yet The Red Rope Jimmy 1937
No Score Yet The Cowboy and the Bandit Actor 1935
No Score Yet Texas Terror Chief Black Eagle's Son (uncredited) 1935
No Score Yet Rough Riding Ranger Bobby Francis 1935
No Score Yet Captured in Chinatown Newsboy 1935
No Score Yet The Ghost Rider Bobby Bullard 1935
No Score Yet Way of the West Bobby Parker 1934
No Score Yet Oliver Twist Noah Claypole 1933
No Score Yet The Cowboy Counsellor Bobby Avery 1933
No Score Yet Two-Fisted Justice Danny 1931
No Score Yet Roaring Ranch Teddie 1930


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