The young man had tried to escape, but he had been unable to pry the door open far enough due to the mud and the sheer force of the water. When he was three years old, the family moved to Whittier, California where neighbours urged Bobby's parents to get their son into acting.
His death was horribly heartbreaking and could have been prevented. and encouraged them to send photographs of the child to the studios.
There was a large hole in the middle of the bridge with at least 3.1 to 4.6 metres (10 to 15 feet) of water in the hole from the creek.he played Bo Lindstom, one of Ella's (Davis) children.In 1960 Bobby appeared as Buddy on an episode of Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse called "Dr. Ed, "Kiddy Park," he played a small boy in the park where Ed, the talking horse, was giving pony rides. On The Donna Reed Show, Bobby played a crying child in an episode entitled "Mary's Little Lamb" (Season 3, Episode 38, Air Date: June 8, 1961).When the show moved to CBS for its fifth and final season, it was completely revamped.George and Dorothy were transferred to Saudi Arabia on business for a lengthy period and Hazel and Harold moved in with George's bother, real estate agent Steve Baxter (Ray Fulmer) and his wife, Barbara (Lynn Borden).