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Charles Coburn

Charles CoburnAKA Charles Douville Coburn

Born: 17-Jun-1877
Birthplace: Savannah, GA
Died: 30-Aug-1961
Location of death: New York City
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered)

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The More the Merrier

Wife: Ivah Wills (m. 1906, d. 1937)
Wife: Winifred Natzka (m. 1959)

    Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals Vice President
    Oscar for Best Supporting Actor 1944 for The More the Merrier
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6240 Hollywood Blvd.
    Risk Factors: Smoking

    Pepe (21-Dec-1960) · Himself
    John Paul Jones (16-Jun-1959) · Benjamin Franklin
    A Stranger in My Arms (3-Mar-1959)
    The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker (20-Feb-1959)
    The Story of Mankind (8-Nov-1957) · Hippocrates
    How to Murder a Rich Uncle (Jun-1957)
    Town on Trial (22-Jan-1957)
    Around the World in Eighty Days (17-Oct-1956) · Writer
    The Power and the Prize (26-Sep-1956) · Guy Eliot
    How to Be Very, Very Popular (22-Jul-1955)
    The Long Wait (26-May-1954)
    The Rocket Man (Apr-1954)
    Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (15-Jul-1953) · Sir Francis "Piggy" Beekman
    Trouble Along the Way (4-Apr-1953) · Fr. Burke
    Monkey Business (5-Sep-1952) · Oliver Oxley
    Has Anybody Seen My Gal? (4-Jul-1952)
    The Highwayman (12-Aug-1951)
    Mr. Music (8-Dec-1950)
    Louisa (31-May-1950)
    Everybody Does It (25-Oct-1949)
    The Doctor and the Girl (29-Sep-1949) · Dr. John Corday
    The Gal Who Took the West (Sep-1949) · Gen. Michael O'Hara
    Impact (20-Mar-1949) · Lt. Quincy
    Green Grass of Wyoming (3-Jun-1948)
    B.F.'s Daughter (24-Mar-1948) · B. F. Fulton
    The Paradine Case (31-Dec-1947) · Sir Simon Flaquer
    Lured (28-Aug-1947)
    The Green Years (4-Jul-1946) · Alexander Gow
    Colonel Effingham's Raid (24-Jan-1946) · Col. Will Seaborn Effingham
    Rhapsody in Blue (22-Sep-1945) · Max Dreyfus
    Over 21 (25-Jul-1945) · Robert Gow
    A Royal Scandal (26-Mar-1945)
    Together Again (22-Dec-1944) · Jonathan Crandall, Sr.
    The Impatient Years (7-Sep-1944)
    Wilson (1-Aug-1944) · Prof. Henry Holmes
    Knickerbocker Holiday (17-Mar-1944)
    My Kingdom for a Cook (27-Oct-1943)
    Princess O'Rourke (23-Oct-1943) · Maria's Uncle
    Heaven Can Wait (11-Aug-1943) · Grandpa Hugo Van Cleve
    The Constant Nymph (23-Jun-1943) · Charles Creighton
    The More the Merrier (26-Mar-1943) · Benjamin Dingle
    George Washington Slept Here (28-Nov-1942) · Uncle Stanley
    In This Our Life (8-May-1942) · William Fitzroy
    Kings Row (2-Feb-1942) · Dr. Henry Gordon
    H.M. Pulham, Esq. (3-Dec-1941) · Mr. Pulham, Sr.
    Unexpected Uncle (24-Sep-1941) · Seton Mansley
    Our Wife (4-Aug-1941) · Prof. Drake
    The Devil and Miss Jones (15-May-1941) · Merrick
    The Lady Eve (25-Feb-1941) · "Colonel" Harrington
    Three Faces West (3-Jul-1940)
    The Captain Is a Lady (21-Jun-1940) · Capt. Abe Peabody
    Florian (5-Jun-1940)
    Edison, the Man (10-May-1940) · Gen. Powell
    Road to Singapore (14-Mar-1940) · Joshua Mallon IV
    In Name Only (4-Aug-1939) · Mr. Walker
    Stanley and Livingstone (4-Aug-1939) · Lord Tyce
    Bachelor Mother (30-Jun-1939) · J. B. Merlin
    The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1-Apr-1939)
    Made for Each Other (10-Feb-1939) · Judge Joseph Doolittle
    Idiot's Delight (27-Jan-1939) · Dr. Waldersee
    Lord Jeff (17-Jun-1938) · Capt. Briggs
    Yellow Jack (19-May-1938) · Dr. Finlay
    Vivacious Lady (13-May-1938) · Mr. Morgan
    Of Human Hearts (5-Feb-1938) · Dr. Charles Shingle

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