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Charles Emmett Mack

Highest Rated:   57% America (1924)
Lowest Rated:   57% America (1924)
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Bearing something of a resemblance to Jack Pickford, delicate young leading man Charles Emmett Mack (born McNerney) was a discovery of director D.W. Griffith, who cast him in four of his perhaps lesser films: Dream Street (1921), One Exciting Night (1922), The White Rose (1923), and America (1924), as Charles Montague. Signing with Warner Bros., Mack was being groomed for stardom when he was tragically killed in an automobile accident during the filming of, ironically, My First Auto (1927). Charles Emmett Mack should not be confused with -- but often is -- Charles E. Mack (1887-1934), of the comedy team of Moran & Mack or elderly character actor Charles Mack (1878-1956).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Rough Riders
  • Bert Henley
1927
No Score Yet The First Auto
  • Bob
1927
No Score Yet Old San Francisco
  • Terrence
1927
No Score Yet Woman of the World
  • Gareth Johns
1925
57% America
  • Charles Philip Edward Montague
1924
No Score Yet Dream Street
  • Billy McFadden
1921

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