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Subject: Hugh Binyon, Child Actor Who Appeared in 3 Films from 1937-44

Dies at 88
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Date Posted: Wednesday, March 24, 05:29:09pm

Hugh William Binyon
1932 - 2021

Hugh ("Dewey") William Binyon, 88, passed away March 20, 2021 in an Austin, Texas hospital. He was born April 1932 in Los Angeles, California to William A. Binyon and Ann Dorothy (Zelichkovices) Binyon.

Until 2019, when he moved to Smithville, Texas, he had lived his entire life in Los Angeles County. As a young boy living in the Hollywood area, he had brief appearances in film productions, including the "Our Gang" series. Hugh excelled in high school athletics playing baseball and football, achieving Los Angeles All-City recognition and going on to play at the University of Southern California.

Hugh joined the Los Angeles Police Department where he rose to the level of Sergeant and had many interesting experiences which he recounted in his book, "Reflections in a Pig's Eye", that includes many witty poems poking fun at colleagues and command which sometimes proved troublesome for him. Hugh's police experience was also shared with Hollywood as a consultant for episodes of the 1960's "Dragnet" television series. After the LAPD, he carried on in investigative work for the State of California as well as being a private investigator.

Hugh is survived by his brother, Conrad Binyon; daughter, Bambi Weinberg-Tuttle and her husband Tommy and their children, Jennifer and Justin; son, Bryan Binyon and his wife Trina and their children, Taylor and Audrey; step daughter, Dawn Burke and her daughters, Danielle and Elizabeth; and step son, Samuel Hone and his family. Hugh is preceded in death by his daughter Bambi's son, Jeremy Weinberg.

Any memorial services will be limited to family members. The family requests any memorial donations be directed your local animal rescue services in recognition of Hugh's love for animals.

Published in Austin American-Statesman from Mar. 24 to Apr. 1, 2021.


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