Tommy Bupp

Highest Rated: 100% Make Way for Tomorrow (1937)
Birthday: Feb 10, 1924
Birthplace: Not Available
In films from infancy, Tommy Bupp became a familiar juvenile actor in the 1930s. He was often cast as the younger version of the grown-up leading man in both A- and B-pictures. He worked steadily in Westerns, was briefly associated with Hal Roach's Our Gang, and was a memorable spoiled brat in 1939's Nancy Drew, Reporter. Comedy buffs will recall Bupp as Jimmy the Crippled Kid in the sentimental Three Stooges short Cash and Carry (1937). Tommy Bupp's credits are sometimes confused with those of his brother Sonny Bupp, who played Orson Welles' son in Citizen Kane (1941).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Way of All Flesh Timothy as a Child 1940
No Score Yet Brother Rat and a Baby (Baby Be Good) Small Boy 1940
No Score Yet When Tomorrow Comes Boy 1939
No Score Yet Mystery Plane Tommy as a child 1939
No Score Yet Fisherman's Wharf Rudolph 1939
No Score Yet Hey! Hey! U.S.A. Bertie Schultz 1938
No Score Yet The Devil's Party Jerry Donovan as a Child 1938
No Score Yet Swing Your Lady Rufe Horn 1938
No Score Yet Nancy Drew, Detective Spud Murphy 1938
No Score Yet Frontier Town Buzzy Willis 1938
No Score Yet Tovarich Urchin 1937
No Score Yet Love Is on the Air Mouse 1937
93% Captains Courageous Boy 1937
100% Make Way for Tomorrow Jack Payne 1937
No Score Yet Arizona Days Billy Workman 1937
No Score Yet High, Wide and Handsome Boy 1937
No Score Yet Tex Rides with the Boy Scouts Buzzy 1937
No Score Yet Hittin' the Trail Billy Reed 1937
No Score Yet Cherokee Strip Barty Walton 1937
No Score Yet Roarin' Lead Bobby 1936
No Score Yet Conflict Tommy 1936
No Score Yet The Longest Night Albert Wilson 1936
No Score Yet Piccadilly Jim Ogden Pett 1936
100% San Francisco Bill 1936
No Score Yet Paddy O'Day Street Boy 1935
No Score Yet The Hoosier Schoolmaster Shocky 1935
No Score Yet Little Men Tommy 1935
100% It's a Gift Norman Bissonette 1934
No Score Yet The Man from Hell Timmy McCarroll 1934
No Score Yet The Rawhide Terror Jimmy Brent 1934


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