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Starting out as a child actor, Buster Phelps's career took off when he was five years old. In his early acting career, Phelps appeared in such films as "Leftover Ladies" (1931), "Little Orphan Annie" (1932) and the drama "Three on a Match" (1932) with Warren William. He also appeared in "Broken Dreams" (1933). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the thirties, appearing in "Laughing at Life" (1933), "The World Gone Mad" (1933) and the Ralph Morgan drama "Little Men" (1934). During the latter half of his career, he continued to act in the Greta Garbo dramatic adaptation "Anna Karenina" (1935), "Girl Loves Boy" (1937) and "The Blue Bird" (1940). Phelps more recently acted in the period drama "The Howards of Virginia" (1940) with Cary Grant.
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