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Charles Arnt

Charles ArntBorn: 20-Aug-1906
Birthplace: Michigan City, IN
Died: 6-Aug-1990
Location of death: Orcas Island, WA
Cause of death: Cancer - Pancreatic
Remains: Buried, Mount Baker Cemetery, Orcas, WA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Remember the Night

Wife: Patricia (until his death, two sons, one daughter)
Son: Derek
Son: Rockwell
Daughter: Abigail Rueb

    High School: Phillips Academy Andover
    University: Princeton University

    Risk Factors: Liver Cancer

    Sweet Bird of Youth (21-Mar-1962) · Mayor Henricks
    Veils of Bagdad (7-Oct-1953)
    The Great Sioux Uprising (23-Jun-1953) · Gist
    The Man Who Cheated Himself (26-Dec-1950)
    The Sun Sets at Dawn (1-Nov-1950)
    Wabash Avenue (31-Mar-1950)
    Bride for Sale (12-Nov-1949)
    Boston Blackie's Chinese Venture (2-Mar-1949) · Pop Gerard
    The Boy with Green Hair (16-Nov-1948) · Mr. Hammond
    Hollow Triumph (10-Aug-1948) · Coblenz
    High Wall (17-Dec-1947) · Sidney X. Hackle
    Saddle Pals (6-Jun-1947) · William Schooler
    My Favorite Brunette (19-Mar-1947) · Crawford
    Fall Guy (15-Mar-1947)
    That Way with Women (14-Feb-1947)
    Calendar Girl (31-Jan-1947)
    Without Reservations (13-May-1946) · Salesman
    The Hoodlum Saint (4-Apr-1946) · Cy Nolan
    Blondie's Lucky Day (4-Apr-1946)
    Cinderella Jones (9-Mar-1946)
    Miss Susie Slagle's (6-Feb-1946)
    Pardon My Past (25-Dec-1945)
    Sudan (18-Apr-1945)
    Strange Illusion (31-Mar-1945)
    The Crime Doctor's Courage (27-Feb-1945) · Butler
    Dangerous Passage (18-Dec-1944)
    Double Exposure (18-Dec-1944)
    My Pal Wolf (25-Sep-1944) · Papa Eisdaar
    Up in Arms (17-Feb-1944) · Mr. Higginbotham
    Gangway for Tomorrow (3-Nov-1943) · Jim Benson
    Reunion in France (25-Dec-1942) · Honoré
    This Gun For Hire (13-May-1942) · Male Dressmaker
    Take a Letter, Darling (6-May-1942)
    My Gal Sal (30-Apr-1942) · Tailor
    Twin Beds (30-Apr-1942)
    Paris Calling (4-Dec-1941)
    Ball of Fire (2-Dec-1941) · McNeary
    Great Guns (10-Oct-1941) · Doctor
    Dressed to Kill (8-Aug-1941) · Hal Brennon
    Hold Back the Dawn (31-Jul-1941) · Mr. MacAdams
    Blossoms in the Dust (26-Jun-1941) · G. Harrington Hedger
    Pot o' Gold (3-Apr-1941) · Parks
    Mr. District Attorney (27-Mar-1941)
    I Love You Again (9-Aug-1940) · Billings
    Remember the Night (9-Jan-1940) · Tom
    It Happened in Hollywood (7-Sep-1937) · Jed Reed
    Swing High, Swing Low (15-Mar-1937)
    The Witness Chair (17-Apr-1936) · Henshaw
    She Married Her Boss (19-Sep-1935) · Victor Jessup
    Ladies Should Listen (10-Aug-1934)

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