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      Jackie "Butch" Jenkins

      Jackie "Butch" Jenkins

      Highest Rated: 98% National Velvet (1944)

      Lowest Rated: 71% Summer Holiday (1948)

      Birthday: Aug 29, 1937

      Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA

      Jackie "Butch" Jenkins is an an actor who started his entertainment career at the age of six. "Butch" Jenkins started off his career in film with roles in the dramatic comedy "The Human Comedy" (1943) with Mickey Rooney, the Mickey Rooney drama "National Velvet" (1944) and "My Brother Talks to Horses" (1947). "Butch" Jenkins then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in "Big City" (1948), the dramatic adaptation "Summer Holiday" (1948) with Mickey Rooney and "The Bride Goes Wild" (1948). More recently, "Butch" Jenkins worked on the period drama "Australia" (2008) with Nicole Kidman.

      Highest rated movies

      98% National Velvet
      83% The Human Comedy
      71% Summer Holiday


      THE HUMAN COMEDY, Jack 'Butch' Jenkins, Mickey Rooney, 1943 BOYS' RANCH, Jackie Jenkins, Sharon McManus, 1946 SUMMER HOLIDAY, from left, Agnes Moorehead, Frank Morgan, Gloria DeHaven, Mickey Rooney, Marilyn Maxwell, Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins, Walter Huston, 1948 THE BRIDE GOES WILD, Van Johnson, Jack Jenkins, June Allyson, 1948 THE BRIDE GOES WILD, June Allyson, Jack Jenkins, Van Johnson, 1948



      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Bride Goes Wild Danny (Character) - 1948
      71% 40% Summer Holiday Tommy Miller (Character) - 1948
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Little Mister Jim Little Jim Tukker (Character) - 1947
      No Score Yet No Score Yet My Brother Talks to Horses Lewie Penrose (Character) - 1946
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Boys' Ranch "Butch" (Character) - 1946
      No Score Yet 81% Our Vines Have Tender Grapes Arnold Hanson (Character) - 1945
      98% 78% National Velvet Donald Brown (Character) - 1944
      83% 68% The Human Comedy Ulysses Macauley (Character) - 1943