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Charles Brinley

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White-haired and pockmarked, Charles Brinley became a well-known supporting player in low-budget Westerns from 1917-1939, playing everything from the heroine's father to Mexican cowhands to henchmen and members of the posse. In films from the early 1910s, Brinley was kept very busy by various Universal companies, supporting Marie Walcamp in both serials (The Red Ace, 1917) and series ("Spur and Saddles" two-reelers, aka "The Tempest Cody" Westerns, 1919). He played a henchman in Harry Carey's "If Only" Jim (1920) and was Mustapha, Agnes Ayres' guide in The Sheik (1921), just two of his many roles in the 1920s. Equally busy in the early talkie era, Brinley's roles seemed to decline in size for every passing year. By 1938, he was doing extra work and unbilled bits.

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Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
91% You Can't Take It With You
  • Actor
1938
No Score Yet It Happened in Hollywood
  • Pappy
1937
No Score Yet The Dude Bandit
  • townsman
1933
No Score Yet Spirit of the West
  • Charlie
1932
No Score Yet Beau Bandit
  • Actor
1930
No Score Yet The Land Beyond the Law
  • rustler
1927
No Score Yet Desert Valley
  • Sheriff
1926
No Score Yet Moran of the Lady Letty
  • Capt. Sternersen
1922

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