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Charles Meredith

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Biography

Knoxville, Pennsylvania, USA
Actor Charles Meredith had the requisite good looks to become a popular silent film leading man. Tall, dark and exceedingly good-looking with distinctive high-parted hair, he played opposite Blanche Sweet, Mary Miles Minter, Florence Vidor, Katherine MacDonald, and other top stars of the day in both romantic drama and comedies. In 1924, he abandoned his film career for fulfillment on the stage, not returning to the cinema until 1947 wherein he played a number of small roles with an upstanding, prideful nature (justices, commissioners, reverends, admirals, etc. Read more...

Actor

Character: Comm. Hubbell

They Live by Night 1948

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Character: Yandell

A Foreign Affair 1948

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Character: High Priest of Dagon

Samson and Delilah 1949

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Character: Gen. Ireton

Tokyo Joe 1949

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Character: Ned - Governor of Oklahoma

Tulsa 1949

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Character: Dr. Rufus McKewen

The Lady Takes a Sailor 1949

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Character: Jim Childers aka Big Jim

The Lucky Stiff 1949

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Character: Judge Donahue

Strangers on a Train 1951

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Character: Sam, Railroad Backer

Fort Worth 1951

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Character: Elder Bixby

The Big Trees 1952

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Character: F.L. Rennick

Loan Shark 1952

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Character: Texas Governor

Cattle Town 1952

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Character: Arthur Bodansky

So This Is Love 1953

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Character: Mr. Baldwin's Associate

Miracle in the Rain 1956

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Character: Mr. Cohen - Mortician

Ocean's Eleven 1960

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Character: Fleet Admiral

The Incredible Mr. Limpet 1964

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Character: Bigs Sr

Ford Star Jubilee 1955

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Character: Senator Elisha Corey

The Ford Television Theatre 1952

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Character: Judge Blanton

The 20th Century-Fox Hour 1955

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Character: Ambassador Walter Hines Page

You Are There 1953

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Character: Kelvin Frome

Conflict 1956

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Character: Hollywood Police Official

He Walked by Night 1948

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