Charles Dorety

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Birthday: May 20, 1898
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A former circus and vaudeville performer, American comic actor Charles Dorety enjoyed some success as a Chaplin-imitator for the Fox Sunshine Comedies in the late 1910s. He also worked for other also-ran comedy producers such as Bull's Eye, L-KO, Universal's Rainbow and Century Comedies, and appeared opposite Gene "Fatty" Laymon in a series of two-reel Two Star Comedies produced in the mid-'20s by Mack Sennett. In a screen career that lasted until 1955, Dorety worked with almost all the reigning comedy teams, from Laurel and Hardy (The Hoose-Gow [1929]) to the Three Stooges to Abbott and Costello. With the last, he was one of the title "Kops" in Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955), despite the fact that he was never a member of the original Sennett corps. Rather appropriately, this nostalgic comedy was to be Dorety's final film.



No Score Yet Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops Watermelon Peddler 1955
No Score Yet Lucky Night Actor 1939
No Score Yet Pack Up Your Troubles Passerby 1932
No Score Yet Scram! Defendant 1932
No Score Yet Pardon Us Insurgent Convict 1931
No Score Yet Laurel and Hardy Drunk 1931
No Score Yet Laurel and Hardy Prisoner 1929


No Score Yet The Three Stooges
Studio Employee Indian Bit Role
  • 1937
  • 1936
  • 1934


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