Carl Harbaugh - Rotten Tomatoes

Carl Harbaugh

Highest Rated:   100% The Far Country (1955)
Lowest Rated:   40% Band of Angels (1957)
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American jack-of-all-trades Carl Harbaugh did just about everything in motion pictures except cater the lunches on location. As an actor, Harbaugh was seen in such roles as Escamillo in the Theda Bara version of Carmen (1915). His directorial credits include the 1917 adaptation of Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. Concentrating more and more on comedy as the twenties wore on, Harbaugh wrote scenarios and dreamed up gags for Mack Sennett, Hal Roach, Harold Lloyd, Buster Keaton, Laurel & Hardy and many others, keeping his hand in acting as a supporting player. He was famous for his tendency to rely on outlandish comedy props to get his characters in and out of trouble. Carl Harbaugh returned to acting full-time in the early 1940s.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
40% Band of Angels
  • Seaman
1957
No Score Yet The Tall Men
  • Salesman
1955
100% The Far Country
  • Sourdough
1955
No Score Yet The World in His Arms
  • Seaman
1952
No Score Yet Distant Drums
  • M. Duprez
1951
100% White Heat
  • Foreman
1949
No Score Yet Colorado Territory
  • brakeman
1949
No Score Yet Fighter Squadron
  • Cockney
1948
No Score Yet Uncertain Glory
  • Innkeeper
1944
No Score Yet Northern Pursuit
  • Radio Operator
1943
100% Gentleman Jim
  • Smith
1942
94% High Sierra
  • Fisherman
1941
No Score Yet Manpower
  • Noisy Nash
1941
100% The Strawberry Blonde
  • Workman
1941
82% They Died With Their Boots On
  • Sergeant
1941
96% They Drive by Night
  • Mechanic
1940
No Score Yet The Texans
  • Actor
1938
No Score Yet The Devil's Brother
  • Second Woodchopper
1933
No Score Yet The Campus Vamp
  • Screenwriter
1928
100% Steamboat Bill Jr.
  • Screenwriter
1928
88% College
  • Crew Coach
  • Screenwriter
1927
No Score Yet Mademoiselle Midnight
  • Screenwriter
1924
100% Regeneration
  • Screenwriter
  • Assistant D.A.
1915

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