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When Disney stars grow up [FOX News]

WALT DISNEY (DIS)  More Company Research Source: FOX News
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PDF Ever since Walt Disney cast Bobby Driscol to star in “The Song of the South” waaay back in 1946, the studio’s roster of juvenile talent has always had an unusual knack for getting into trouble. Whether it was bitter rivalries, nude photo scandals, drugs, homelessness–or just being a plain, big ol’ mess, the Disney kids have seen and done it all. Here are some of the big scandals that made Mickey Mouse blush:  1. Bobby Driscol   (Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment) A prolific child actor, Bobby Driscol was considered Disney’s “first child star” and headlined classics like “Treasure Island” and “Peter Pan.” He even received a Juvenile Oscar in 1950 for an “outstanding performance in feature films.” By the mid-'50s, Bobby had become addicted to drugs and his contract with Disney was terminated. In 1956, he was arrested on a felony narcotic charge. I was 17 when I first experimented with the stuff,” Bobby explained to the LA Times. “I [Read more]

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