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David Ladd holding horse by the bridle.

David Ladd holding horse by the bridle.
David Ladd holding horse by the bridle.
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David Ladd holding horse by the bridle.
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David Ladd holding horse by the bridle.
David Ladd holding horse by the bridle.
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David Ladd holding horse by the bridle. David Alan Ladd (born February 5, 1947) is an American producer and former actor. He was born in Los Angeles, California, United States, and is the son of Alan Ladd, an actor, and Sue Carol, an actress and talent agent, and a brother of Alana Ladd Jackson. His other siblings include Carol Lee Ladd (aka C.L. Stuart and C.L. Veitch) and Alan Ladd Jr. Ladd's professional career in Hollywood began in 1957 with a supporting role in a film starring his father titled The Big Land. As a result of that film's success, Samuel Goldwyn Jr. offered him a role as a mute in the 1958 movie The Proud Rebel, once again playing opposite his father and co-starring Olivia de Havilland. For this role, he won a Golden Globe award as the "Best Newcomer of 1958" as well as a special award for "Best Juvenile Actor", and received a Best Supporting Actor nomination. He was also included in Film Daily's Filmdom's Famous Five critic's award. He followed this success with a series of films including The Sad Horse (1959), A Dog of Flanders (1960), Raymie (also 1960) and Misty (1961), as well as appearing in numerous television shows including Bonanza, Zane Grey Theatre, and Shirley Temple's Story Book Theatre (as Tom Sawyer). He is a member of the Producers Guild of America, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and an emeritus member of the Screen Actors Guild. David Ladd, actor, producer, American, people, man, horse
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SizeText 8.1" x 10.1"

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