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Charles D. Brown was an American stage and screen actor. His Broadway career spanned the years 1911 through 1937, while his film career, that included more than 100 movies, stretched from 1921 to his death in 1948. Brown additionally, in 1914, wrote and directed one short film, The Bank Burglar's Fate.
July 1, 1887, Council Bluffs, Iowa, USA
November 25, 1948
1939 Babes in ArmsLarry Randall 1939 Mr. Moto in Danger IslandCapt. Thomas Castle 1939 Charlie Chan in RenoPolice Chief King 1940 The Grapes of WrathWilkie 1940 Boom TownU.S. Marshal Stebbins (uncredited) 1943 A Lady Takes a ChanceDr. G.W. Humboldt 1943 BombardierOfficer at Briefing 1944 The Fighting SeabeesCapt. Squires (uncredited) 1946 The Big SleepNorris the Butler 1946 NotoriousJudge (uncredited) 1946 The KillersPacky Robinson - Ole's Manager 1946 The Strange Love of Martha IversMcCarthy - Private Detective 1947 Railroaded!Police Capt. MacTaggart 1948 On Our Merry WayMr. Sadd 1949 Follow Me QuietlyPolice Insp. MulvaneyLimited to the 15 most popular items