Harry Watson (actor)
(for a vaudeville era actor see Harry Watson, Jr.)
|Harry R. Watson|
August 31, 1921|
Los Angeles, California, US
|Died||June 8, 2001
Tujunga, Los Angeles, California, US
Watson was a member of the Watson Family, famous in the early days of Hollywood as being a family of child actors. Brother to Coy Watson, Jr., Delmar, Bobs, Garry, Billy, Vivian, Gloria and Louise.
The family lived by Echo Park area of Los Angeles and Harry attended Belmont High School. His high school yearbook the Campanile talked about his photography: "His magnificent sport action shots are the embodiment of perfection. His coach? Big brother Coy, of course."
WWII combat photography
Film and photo journalism
Pioneering work in bringing same-day coverage to KTTV evening news.
- Harry Watson on Internet Movie Database
- Campanile 1938, Belmont High School, 1938
- Pool, Bob. "Star Shines Brightly for Hollywood's First Family; Movies: The Watson clan of former child actors finally receives recognition for its pioneering contribution to films." The Los Angeles Times. April 23, 1999. Metro Part B Metro Desk Page 1.
- John Holmstrom, The Moving Picture Boy: An International Encyclopaedia from 1895 to 1995, Norwich, Michael Russell, 1996, p. 105-106.
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