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'''Birthday:''' July 1, 1926<br />
 
'''Birthday:''' July 1, 1926<br />
 
'''Place of Birth:''' Los Angeles, California<br />
 
'''Place of Birth:''' Los Angeles, California<br />
'''Date of Death:''' October 26, 1928<br />
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'''Date of Death:''' October 26, 2008<br />
 
'''Place of Death:''' Los Angeles, California<br />
 
'''Place of Death:''' Los Angeles, California<br />
 
'''First Short:''' [[The Pigskin Palooka]]<br />
 
'''First Short:''' [[The Pigskin Palooka]]<br />
 
'''Last Short:''' [[The Pigskin Palooka]]<br />
 
'''Last Short:''' [[The Pigskin Palooka]]<br />
'''Number of Shorts:''' 1<br />
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'''Number of Shorts:''' 1 (4 according to Maltin and Bann)<br />
'''History:''' David Delmar Watson was a member of a early Hollywood family. His father was special effects artist Coy Watson Sr., and he lived near Mack Sennett's Studios in the modern area of Los Angeles known as Echo Park. Almost all of his siblings were child actors, including [[Robert Watson|Bobs Watson]] who Delmar followed in appearing in ''Our Gang''. Delmar only appeared in one ''Our Gang'' short during the MGM years, but Maltin and Bann erroneosly list him for several others. His family was honored as "The First Family Of Hollywood" on the Hollywood walk of Fame.<br />
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'''History:''' David Delmar Watson was a member of a early Hollywood family. His father was special effects artist Coy Watson Sr., and he lived near Mack Sennett's Studios in the modern area of Los Angeles known as Echo Park. Almost all of his siblings were child actors, including [[Robert Watson|Bobs Watson]] who Delmar followed in appearing in ''Our Gang''. Delmar only appeared in one ''Our Gang'' short during the MGM years, but Maltin and Bann erroneously list him for several others. His family was honored as "The First Family Of Hollywood" on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.<br />
 
After his acting career, Delmar went on to become a news photographer. He shot several of the photos of the later Our Gang Reunions. Sadly, he passed away of prostrate cancer in 2008 at the age of 82.<br />
 
After his acting career, Delmar went on to become a news photographer. He shot several of the photos of the later Our Gang Reunions. Sadly, he passed away of prostrate cancer in 2008 at the age of 82.<br />
   
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==Other Projects==
 
==Other Projects==
   
* Coming up<br />
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* Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) - with [[Thomas Bupp]], [[Shirley Coates]], [[Philip Hurlic]], [[John Lester Johnson]], [[Richard Jones]], and [[Margaret Mann]]
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BiographyEdit

Character: Delmar
Birthday: July 1, 1926
Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California
Date of Death: October 26, 2008
Place of Death: Los Angeles, California
First Short: The Pigskin Palooka
Last Short: The Pigskin Palooka
Number of Shorts: 1 (4 according to Maltin and Bann)
History: David Delmar Watson was a member of a early Hollywood family. His father was special effects artist Coy Watson Sr., and he lived near Mack Sennett's Studios in the modern area of Los Angeles known as Echo Park. Almost all of his siblings were child actors, including Bobs Watson who Delmar followed in appearing in Our Gang. Delmar only appeared in one Our Gang short during the MGM years, but Maltin and Bann erroneously list him for several others. His family was honored as "The First Family Of Hollywood" on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
After his acting career, Delmar went on to become a news photographer. He shot several of the photos of the later Our Gang Reunions. Sadly, he passed away of prostrate cancer in 2008 at the age of 82.

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