Announcing Freddie Bartholomew: An Informal Biography for Amazon’s Kindle. This 99¢ eBook is the first biography of the child star in any book form since a 1935 Big Little Book.
MGM Golden Age classic Captains Courageous is highlighted by a heavily modernized and modified adaptation of Kipling’s novel that provides opportunity for Spencer Tracy and Freddie Bartholomew to shine in the leading roles.
All-American boy Mickey Rooney is plucked from his native shores and set loose at Eton where he quickly runs afoul of his British classmates. A Yank at Eton (1942) pairs Rooney with Freddie Bartholomew for the final time.
TCM Summer Under the Stars Freddie Bartholomew schedule. Plus an introduction to my newly revised 10,000 word Freddie Bartholomew biography.
The most complete Freddie Bartholomew biography in existence. Now a single entry, over 10,000 words with bibliography about MGM’s popular child star of the 1930’s. What happened to the star of David Copperfield, Little Lord Fauntleroy and Captains Courageous after he grew up? It’s all here.
A look at Selznick International’s faithful 1936 screen adaptation of Little Lord Fauntleroy starring Freddie Bartholomew and C. Aubrey Smith.
TCM airs three Freddie Bartholomew favorites on the morning of Freddie’s March 28 birthday. Don’t miss: David Copperfield, The Devil Is a Sissy, Little Lord Fauntleroy. Celebrating Freddie’s legacy and his ever improving biography.
A somewhat bizarre gem released by MGM in 1936 The Devil Is a Sissy features Freddie Bartholomew, Jackie Cooper and Mickey Rooney hitting their teens and finding trouble on the East Side.
Turner Classic Movies kicks off an early celebration of the bicentennial of the birth of Charles Dickens with classics including Great Expectations and A Tale of Two Cities.
Celebrating all of the corrections made to Freddie Bartholomew’s biography in 2011. Complete June 12 Starring Freddie Bartholomew TCM schedule.