Dick Winslow

Birthday:
03/25/1915
Place of birth:
Jennings, Louisiana, USA:
Biography:
Dick Winslow's parents were Winonian Breazeala (a writer) and Sidney R. Johnson. Graduated from Belmont High School in Los Angeles, and first appeared in films when he was five years old. Appeared in the play "Silver Thread" at the Egan Theatre in Los Angeles, and in "The Emperor's Clothes" at the Belmont Theatre in Los Angeles. He played the pipe organ, piano, marimba, bag pipes, accordion, drums, saxophone and other wind instruments. Had appeared in 75 films by 1934. - IMDb Mini Biography

Credits

Movie Movie (1978)
as Reporter / Tinkle Johnson
Two-Minute Warning (1976)
as Man with Toupee
The Shootist (1976)
as Streetcar Driver
Embryo (1976)
as Forbes
The Apple Dumpling Gang (1975)
as Slippery Sid
Death Sentence (1974)
as Barman
The Devil and Leroy Bassett (1973)
as Charlie Zornes
Airport (1970)
as Mr. Schultz
The Love-Ins (1967)
as Policeman (uncredited)
The Swinger (1966)
as Photographer (uncredited)
Do Not Disturb (1965)
as One-Man Band
All the Fine Young Cannibals (1960)
as Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
King Creole (1958)
as Eddie Burton
The Benny Goodman Story (1956)
as Gil Rodin
French Leave (1948)
as Concertina Player
The Secret Heart (1946)
as Photographer
The Blue Dahlia (1946)
as Dick - Piano player at party (uncredited)
Is Everybody Happy? (1943)
as Joe
Swing Shift Maisie (1943)
as Flyer Lieutenant (Uncredited)
Bombardier (1943)
as Navigator
Ten Gentlemen from West Point (1942)
as Cadet (uncredited)
Love Thy Neighbor (1940)
as Bellboy
Mystery Sea Raider (1940)
as Messenger
And One Was Beautiful (1940)
as Boy at Party
Dancing Co-Ed (1939)
as Man on Motorcycle (uncredited)
When Tomorrow Comes (1939)
as Accordion Player
Winter Carnival (1939)
as Orchestra Leader
Good Girls Go to Paris (1939)
as Student (uncredited)
Sudden Money (1939)
as Messenger
Navy Blue and Gold (1937)
as Seaman Messenger (uncredited)
Bars and Stripes (1937)
as Bill Forrest
Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
as Tinkler
Shipmates Forever (1935)
as Accordionist (uncredited)
A Night at the Ritz (1935)
as Messenger (uncredited)
Grand Old Girl (1935)
as One of Gerry's Friends
Flirtation Walk (1934)
as Cadet (uncredited)
There's Always Tomorrow (1934)
as Dick White
The Human Side (1934)
as Phil Sheldon
One Exciting Adventure (1934)
as Bell Boy
Bachelor Bait (1934)
as Lionel Wells (uncredited)
Female (1933)
as First Office Boy (Uncredited)
Laughter in Hell (1933)
as Ed Perkins, as a boy
Tom Brown of Culver (1932)
as Cadet
So Big! (1932)
as Young Roelf Pool
Seed (1931)
as Johnny Carter
The Bad Sister (1931)
as Paper Boy (uncredited)
Tom Sawyer (1930)
as Joe Harper
Sarah and Son (1930)
as Servant's Son (Uncredited)

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