Buddy Gorman

Slight, squeaky-voiced American actor Buddy Gorman was able to play juvenile roles well into his 30s. Gorman was generally seen as a newsboy, caddy or telegram messenger. He appeared in a remarkable number of musicals ... Read more »

Filmography

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And the Angels Sing (Movie)

Messenger (Actor)

Follow the Leader (Movie)

James Aloysius "Skinny" Bagerty (Actor)

Her Husband's Affairs (Movie)

Youth (Actor)

Higher and Higher (Movie)

Page Boy (Actor)

Modern Marriage (Movie)

Messenger boy (Actor)

Since You Went Away (Movie)

(Actor)

The Heavenly Body (Movie)

Newsboy (Actor)

The Reckless Moment (Movie)

Magazine Clerk (Actor)

Till We Meet Again (Movie)

Messenger (Actor)

Biography

Slight, squeaky-voiced American actor Buddy Gorman was able to play juvenile roles well into his 30s. Gorman was generally seen as a newsboy, caddy or telegram messenger. He appeared in a remarkable number of musicals (though he never sang), including Higher and Higher (1943), Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), Jolson Story (1946) and It's a Great Feeling (1949). Buddy Gorman is best remembered today for his 19 appearances in the East Side Kids and Bowery Boys films, wherein he was usually cast as "Butch." ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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