Dick Winslow

Richard Winslow (March 25, 1915 – February 7, 1991) was an American film actor, mostly in supporting roles.

Dick Winslow
Dick Winslow in The Wild Wild West 1965.jpg
Dick Winslow in The Wild Wild West 1965
Born(1915-03-25)March 25, 1915
DiedFebruary 7, 1991(1991-02-07) (aged 75)
OccupationActor

He died of complications of diabetes on February 7, 1991, in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California at age 75.[1][2]

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1924 Which Shall It Be? Moore Child
1926 Trumpin' Trouble Jimmie Dyson
1927 Range Courage Jimmy Blake
1928 Avalanche Jack Dunton (age 12)
1929 Marianne Teen-age boy for soldiers' marching song Uncredited
1929 Love, Live and Laugh Mike
1929 The Virginian Young boy at square dances Uncredited
1929 Blaze o' Glory Boy Uncredited
1930 Sarah and Son Servant's Son Uncredited
1930 Tom Sawyer Joe Harper Starring Jackie Coogan; first sound version of Mark Twain novel
1931 Bad Sister Paper Boy First film appearance of Bette Davis; Uncredited
1931 Misbehaving Ladies Minor Role Uncredited
1931 Seed Johnny Carter
1932 Forbidden Office Boy Uncredited
1932 The Impatient Maiden Irish Neighbor's Son Uncredited
1932 So Big Roelf, age 12
1932 Tom Brown of Culver Cadet Uncredited
1933 Laughter in Hell Ed Perkins, as a boy
1933 The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Student Uncredited
1933 Only Yesterday Uncredited
1933 Female First Office Boy Uncredited
1934 Uncertain Lady Office Boy
1934 Harold Teen Student Uncredited
1934 Twenty Million Sweethearts Page Boy Uncredited
1934 Stingaree Boy with Package Uncredited
1934 Bachelor Bait Lionel Pierpont Wells Uncredited
1934 The Man with Two Faces Call Boy Voice, Uncredited
1934 The Human Side Phil Sheldon
1934 One Exciting Adventure Boy
1934 There's Always Tomorrow Dick White
1934 Flirtation Walk Cadet Uncredited
1935 Grand Old Girl One of Gerry's Friends Uncredited
1935 The Good Fairy Messenger Uncredited
1935 A Night at the Ritz Messenger Uncredited
1935 Night Life of the Gods Student Uncredited
1935 The Girl from 10th Avenue College Club Bellboy Uncredited
1935 Front Page Woman Copy Boy Uncredited
1935 Shipmates Forever Danny, the Accordionist Uncredited
1935 Mutiny on the Bounty Tinkler Starring Clark Gable and Charles Laughton; Oscar winner for Best Picture.
1936 Rose Bowl Boy Uncredited
1937 Navy Blue and Gold Seaman Messenger Uncredited
1938 Man-Proof Messenger Boy with Telegram Uncredited
1938 Test Pilot Pilot in Cafe Story of a daredevil test pilot starring Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy; Uncredited
1938 Letter of Introduction Second Elevator Boy Uncredited
1938 Hold That Co-ed State College Band Leader Uncredited
1939 Persons in Hiding Page Uncredited
1939 Sudden Money Messenger Uncredited
1939 Good Girls Go to Paris Student Uncredited
1939 Winter Carnival Orchestra Leader Uncredited
1939 When Tomorrow Comes Accordion Player Uncredited
1939 Dancing Co-Ed Man on Motorcycle Uncredited
1940 And One Was Beautiful Boy at Party Uncredited
1940 Star Dust Messenger Uncredited
1940 Those Were the Days! First Passenger Uncredited
1940 Manhattan Heartbeat Bus Driver
1940 Mystery Sea Raider Messenger Uncredited
1940 Love Thy Neighbor Bellboy Uncredited
1942 The Bugle Sounds Recruit Uncredited
1942 A Tragedy at Midnight Orchestra Leader Uncredited
1942 Ten Gentlemen from West Point Cadet Uncredited
1942 Orchestra Wives Musician Uncredited
1943 Bombardier Navigator Uncredited
1943 Salute to the Marines Young Marine Uncredited
1943 Swing Shift Maisie Flyer Lieutenant Uncredited
1943 Thousands Cheer Soldier A WWII-themed all-star M-G-M musical revue designed to boost morale; Uncredited
1943 Is Everybody Happy? Joe
1944 Stars on Parade Dave Uncredited
1945 Blonde from Brooklyn Orchestra Leader Uncredited
1946 Tars and Spars Orchestra Leader Uncredited
1946 My Reputation Orchestra Leader Uncredited
1946 To Each His Own Bill McNair Olivia de Havilland romantic drama for which she won her first Oscar for Best Actress; Uncredited
1946 The Blue Dahlia Dick - Piano Player at Party Film noir starring Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake; Uncredited
1946 Easy to Wed Orchestra Leader Uncredited
1946 Sing While You Dance Hep Uncredited
1946 The Secret Heart Photographer Uncredited
1947 Kilroy Was Here Bandleader Uncredited
1948 You Were Meant for Me Drummer - Member of the Band Uncredited
1948 French Leave Concertina Player
1948 On an Island with You Bald Naval Radio Operator Uncredited
1950 I'll Get By Cooky Myers Uncredited
1952 With a Song in My Heart Tony Morello, Orchestra Conductor Susan Hayward stars in a biopic of crippled singer Jane Froman; Uncredited
1952 Washington Story Orchestra Leader Uncredited
1952 Because of You Hartman Uncredited
1953 Scared Stiff Nightclub Patron Martin & Lewis comedy; uncredited
1953 A Slight Case of Larceny Customer Uncredited
1953 Half a Hero Orchestra Leader / Emcee Uncredited
1953 Torch Song Party Guest Uncredited
1954 The Atomic Kid Second Sergeant Uncredited
1954 They Rode West Soldier - Ocarina Player Uncredited
1955 Jail Busters Dr. Wade Uncredited
1955 The Twinkle in God's Eye Poker Player Uncredited
1956 The Benny Goodman Story Gil Rodin Biopic of musician Benny Goodman starring Steve Allen and Donna Reed
1956 Francis in the Haunted House Sergeant Arnold A "Francis the Talking Mule" comedy starring Mickey Rooney
1958 King Creole Eddie Burton An Elvis Presley musical drama
1960 Platinum High School Eddie Uncredited
1960 All the Fine Young Cannibals Orchestra Leader Uncredited
1960 The Rat Race Tip, Member of The Red Peppers Uncredited
1960 G.I. Blues Orchestra Leader An Elvis Presley musical comedy; uncredited
1961 Ada Reporter Uncredited
1961 Everything's Ducky Fröehlich
1961 The Continental Twist M. Dubois
1962 Gypsy Burlesque House Orchestra Leader Adaptation of Broadway musical; Uncredited
1963 Bye Bye Birdie Leader of Fireman's Band Adaptation of Broadway musical; Uncredited
1964 The Carpetbaggers Reporter Uncredited
1965 The Cincinnati Kid Second Player Uncredited
1965 Do Not Disturb One-Man Band A comedy starring Doris Day and Rod Taylor
1966 Frankie and Johnny Orchestra Leader Uncredited
1966 Three on a Couch Ship's Officer A Jerry Lewis comedy; Uncredited
1966 Nevada Smith Prisoner Uncredited
1966 Follow Me, Boys! Musician Uncredited
1966 The Swinger Photographer Uncredited
1967 Riot on Sunset Strip Curtis
1967 Divorce American Style Card Player Uncredited
1967 The Love-Ins Policeman Uncredited
1967 The Fastest Guitar Alive Man in Street Uncredited
1968 Never a Dull Moment Second TV Actor Uncredited
1968 Funny Girl Violinist at Keeney's Uncredited
1968 The Wrecking Crew Tram Operator Uncredited
1969 The Comic Organist Uncredited
1970 Airport Mr. Schultz
1971 Doctors' Wives Manuel, the Bartender Uncredited
1971 The Love Machine Producer Uncredited
1971 The Brady Bunch Winters The Teeter Totter Caper
1973 The Devil and LeRoy Bassett Charlie Zornes
1975 Lepke Piano Player
1975 Funny Lady Fritz Sequel to Funny Girl (1968) starring Barbra Streisand
1975 The Apple Dumpling Gang Slippery Sid A Walt Disney family comedy with Tim Conway and Don Knotts
1975 The Other Side of the Mountain Man in Car
1976 Embryo John Forbes
1976 Treasure of Matecumbe Townsman at Medicine Show Uncredited
1976 The Shootist Streetcar Driver John Wayne western; his final film role.
1976 Two-Minute Warning Man with Toupee
1976 Freaky Friday Man in Pool Walt Disney family film with a young Jodie Foster; Uncredited
1978 Movie Movie Reporter / Tinkle Johnson (segment "Dynamite Hands") / (segment "Baxter's Beauties of 1933)
1979 Americathon Act
1980 Midnight Madness Tourist
1981 First Monday in October [3] Court Barber

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Dick Winslow; Actor, Musician". Articles.latimes.com. 1991-02-09. Retrieved 2018-07-26.
  2. ^ "Dick Winslow". Variety.com. 1991-02-17. Retrieved 2018-07-26.
  3. ^ Hal Erickson. "Dick Winslow". AllMovie. Retrieved 2018-07-26.

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