William Cook (October 13, 1928 – June 19, 1981) was an American actor best known for his work as a child.
Cook was born in Menlo Park, New Jersey. His early acting experience came in plays directed by his mother. In films, he played the young version of characters acted by Ray Milland in Men with Wings (1938) and Beau Geste (1939). He died in Kennebunkport, Maine at age 52.
|1938||Men with Wings||Scott Barnes at Age 10|
|1938||Sons of the Legion||David Lee|
|1938||The Arkansas Traveler||kid|
|1938||Tom Sawyer, Detective||Tom Sawyer|
|1939||I'm from Missouri||farm boy||Uncredited|
|1939||Invitation to Happiness||Albert Cole Jr.|
|1939||Beau Geste||John at age 10|
|1939||Disputed Passage||Johnny Merkle|
|1939||Gone with the Wind||Boy with Tears When Death Rolls Are Read||Uncredited|
|1940||The Blue Bird||Boy Chemist|
|1940||I Was an Adventuress||bellboy||Uncredited|
|1941||Naval Academy||Dick Brewster|
|1942||The Major and the Minor||cadet||Uncredited|
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