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Charles Seel (Charles Frederick Seel)

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Biography

New York City, New York, USA
Balding, narrow-eyed American character player, a former vaudevillian and radio actor from 1929. Acted in early silent films on the East Coast. Regularly on screen after 1937, he was seen in innumerable small roles as clerks, bartenders and shopkeepers. Most familiar for his recurring role as the telegrapher Barney on TV's Gunsmoke (1955) and as newsman Mr. Krinkie in Dennis the Menace (1959). Read more...

Actor

Character: Newton Station Bartender

The Horse Soldiers 1959

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Character: Upholstery Man

Please Don't Eat the Daisies 1960

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Character: Dr. Walter Eckner

Sergeant Rutledge 1960

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Character: Election Council President

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 1962

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Character: Grand Uncle Sedley Atterbury Pennyfeather

Donovan's Reef 1963

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Character: Dr. Smithers

Tammy and the Doctor 1963

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Character: Rev. Dr. Hopewell

Chamber of Horrors 1966

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Character: Mr. Doremus

Marcus Welby, M.D. 1969

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Character: George McHenry

77 Sunset Strip 1958

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Character: Sam Albright

The Real McCoys 1957

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Character: Covinger

Four Star Playhouse 1952

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Character: Old Man

Duel 1971

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Character: Second Man in a Shop

Dr. Kildare 1961

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Character: Mr. Krinkie

Dennis the Menace 1959

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Character: Georgie Prince

Checkmate 1960

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Character: Doctor Chalmont

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 1962

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Character: Chet Cooper

Hazel 1961

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