This does not change the fact that in deed he was a big part of some highly successful and enduring Disney live action films. Here are his Disney career highlights:
- He played one of the leads, Johnny, in the innovative classic Song of the South.
- He is perhaps most remembered for his terrific performance as Jim Hawkins in one of my personal favorites, the 1950 version of Treasure Island. Driscoll's work in this film earned him a star at 1560 Vine Street on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
- He was Jeremiah Kincaid in one of Walt Disney's personal favorites - So Dear to My Heart.
- He was the voice actor and close-up model for none other than Peter Pan. Does this role in and of itself not warrant the legend honor?
- He appeared with Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers in the live-action teaser for the Pecos Bill segment of Disney's cartoon compilation Melody Time, which was released in 1948
- Driscoll won a special Juvenile Academy Award in March 1950 as the outstanding juvenile actor of 1949.
- He also voiced Goofy Jr., Goofy's son in two animated shorts, Fathers Are People and Father's Lion.