Sydney Folker has: Played Chris Barker in "The Girl Who Loves a Soldier" in 1916. Played Jim in "The Corner Man" in 1921. Played Jim Cunninghame in "The Cunninghames Economise" in 1922. Played Jim Cunninghame in "A Question of Principle" in 1922. Played Dick Barrington in "The White Rat" in 1922. Played Jim Cunninghame in "Keeping Man Interested" in 1922. Played Jim Cunninghame in "Her Dancing Partner" in 1922. Played The Lover in "The Great Hunger Duel" in 1922. Played De Broc in "Becket" in 1923. Played David Arman in "The Notorious Mrs. Carrick" in 1924.
He is the Princes 'right hand man' in Cinderella
No, as far as what's known about both are concerned. Joyce DeWitt, who played the part of Janet Wood-Dawson on the long-running ABC-TV sitcom series "Three's Company", was born to Paul and Shirley DeWitt in Wheeling, WV, and raised in the Indianapolis area, in Speedway, IN. Rosemarie DeWitt was born in Flushing, Queens, New York, the daughter of Rosemarie Braddock and Kenny DeWitt. She is a granddaughter of boxer James J. Braddock,and played the role of neighbor "Sara Wilson" in the movie Cinderella Man, which depicted James J. Braddock's life." ~ Wikipedia
Tamba has: Played Tamba, the Chimp in "Forbidden Jungle" in 1950. Played Tamba the Chimp in "Jungle Manhunt" in 1951. Played Tamba in "Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land" in 1952. Played Tamba the Chimp in "Voodoo Tiger" in 1952. Played Tamba the Chimp in "Savage Mutiny" in 1953. Played Tamba the Chimp in "Valley of Head Hunters" in 1953. Played Tamba the Chimp in "Killer Ape" in 1953. Played Tamba the Chimp in "Jungle Man-Eaters" in 1954. Played Tampa the Chimp in "Jungle Jim" in 1955. Played Tamba the Chimp in "Jungle Jim" in 1955. Played Tamba the Ape in "Jungle Jim" in 1955.
Keith Skinner has: Played Barry Ridgeway in "Z Cars" in 1962. Played Brian Fraser in "Z Cars" in 1962. Played Rondel in "Doctor Who" in 1963. Played Sinclair in "Out of the Unknown" in 1965. Played Bruno in "Mademoiselle" in 1966. Played Mitka in "The Jazz Age" in 1968. Played Balthazar in "Romeo and Juliet" in 1968. Played Edward Treet in "The Devil in the Fog" in 1968. Played Harry Lampton in "Man at the Top" in 1970. Played Partridge in "Play for Today" in 1970. Played Andrew in "So It Goes" in 1973. Played Willoughby in "The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella" in 1976. Played Obsessed Boy in "Jesus of Nazareth" in 1977. Played Young Man in "A Tale of Two Cities" in 1980. Played Jim Corder in "Maria Marten or Murder in the Red Barn" in 1980. Played Tommasino in "The Borgias" in 1981. Played Skinner in "Ripper Street" in 2012.
What was Jim Braddock life like during the 1920
Jimmy Braddock went by The Cinderella Man, and The Bulldog of Bergen.
It is because that is how it was in the book. I believe, but I am not sure, that it is because he was once a ballerina. Its because the stories parallel. She came from the poor girl to become The Princess of the Ball. He came from the depression era to become King of the Ring. So he was nicknamed The Cinderella Man, by a ringside reporter. The movie is based on the real life of Jim Braddock.
Former World Heavyweight Champion James. J .Braddock
James Braddock is known for being an American boxer. He was the world heavyweight champion from 1935-1937. He was the inspiration for the movie Cinderella Man.
They reference him as the Cinderella man because of the way his life progressed. he went from nothing to a great boxer. rags to riches if you will. This mimics Cinderella's story of being the poor mistreated stepsister to being a princess
Jimmy Braddock has: Played himself in "James J. Braddock vs. Tommy Farr" in 1938. Played Himself - Guest in "Cavalcade of Sports" in 1944. Played himself in "The Joe Louis Story" in 1953. Played Himself - Guest in "World Heavyweight Championship: Muhammad Ali vs. Zora Folley" in 1967. Played himself in "Muhammad Ali, the Greatest" in 1969. Played himself in "The Super Fight" in 1970. Played himself in "The American Experience" in 1988. Played himself in "HBO First Look" in 1992. Played himself in "The Sweet Science" in 1999. Played himself in "Kings of the Ring: Four Legends of Heavyweight Boxing" in 2000. Played himself in "Cinderella Man: The Real Jim Braddock Story" in 2005. Played himself in "The Super Fight: Marciano vs. Ali" in 2005.
David Margolick has: Played himself in "Frontline" in 1983. Played Himself - Writer in "The American Experience" in 1988. Played himself in "The Charlie Rose Show" in 1991. Played Himself - Guest in "The Charlie Rose Show" in 1991. Played himself in "American Tragedy" in 2000. Played Himself - Author in "Costas Now" in 2005. Played Himself - Interviewee in "Cinderella Man: The Real Jim Braddock Story" in 2005.
because he promised his son they will never send him away. He said this when his son stole from the butcher shop