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1938 Press Photo Bobby Breen actor singer Canadian club - RRT90615

AdID: 2017516

Availability: In stock

Part Number: RRT90615

Height: 10

Width: 8

Source: Rogers


Bobby Breen Bobby Breen (born November 4, 1927) is a Canadian-born actor and singer of the 1930s. He made his professional debut at age four in a night club in Toronto and was an immediate sensation. He made his radio debut soon after. He played in vaudeville and his sister paid for his musical education. Breen went to Hollywood in 1935. His first major appearance was on Eddie Cantor's weekly radio show in 1936, and he soon became the leading child star at RKO Studios. He is best remembered today for his films, and for the fact that he was a boy soprano. His first film was Let's Sing Again (1936), followed by eight more, including Rainbow on the River (1936), Make a Wish (1937), Way Down South (1939), and his last film, Johnny Doughboy (1942).
Photo measures 8 x 10.


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Date of Creation 1938
SKU RRT90615
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Original or Reprint? Original Press Photo