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Charles Dingle

Charles DingleBorn: 28-Dec-1887
Birthplace: Wabash, IN
Died: 19-Jan-1956
Location of death: Worcester, MA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered)

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Little Foxes

Wife: Dorothy White (m. 1916, two sons)
Son: Charles
Son: John

    The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (22-Dec-1955)
    Half a Hero (4-Sep-1953)
    The President's Lady (21-May-1953)
    Call Me Madam (25-Mar-1953)
    Never Wave at a WAC (28-Jan-1952)
    Big Jack (12-Apr-1949) · Mathias Taylor
    A Southern Yankee (5-Aug-1948)
    State of the Union (30-Apr-1948) · Bill Nolard Hardy
    If You Knew Susie (7-Feb-1948) · Mr. Whitley
    The Romance of Rosy Ridge (4-Aug-1947)
    Welcome Stranger (13-Jun-1947)
    My Favorite Brunette (19-Mar-1947) · Maj. Simon Montague
    Duel in the Sun (31-Dec-1946) · Sheriff Hardy
    The Beast with Five Fingers (25-Dec-1946) · Raymond Arlington
    Sister Kenny (29-Sep-1946) · Michael Kenny
    Three Wise Fools (26-Sep-1946)
    Centennial Summer (10-Jul-1946)
    The Wife of Monte Cristo (23-Apr-1946)
    Cinderella Jones (9-Mar-1946) · Minland
    Guest Wife (27-Jul-1945)
    A Medal for Benny (16-Apr-1945)
    Here Come the Co-Eds (2-Feb-1945)
    Together Again (22-Dec-1944) · Morton Buchanan
    Home in Indiana (15-Jun-1944) · Godaw Boole
    The Song of Bernadette (25-Dec-1943) · Jacomet
    Lady of Burlesque (1-May-1943) · Insp. Harrigan
    Edge of Darkness (23-Mar-1943)
    Tennessee Johnson (Dec-1942) · Sen. Jim Waters
    George Washington Slept Here (28-Nov-1942) · Mr. Prescott
    Somewhere I'll Find You (27-Aug-1942) · George L. Stafford
    The Talk of the Town (20-Aug-1942) · Andrew Holmes
    Calling Dr. Gillespie (9-Jul-1942) · Dr. Ward O. Kenwood
    Johnny Eager (17-Jan-1942) · Marco
    Unholy Partners (Nov-1941)
    The Little Foxes (21-Aug-1941) · Ben Hubbard
    One Third of a Nation (10-Feb-1939) · Mr. Rogers

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