Charles H. West - Rotten Tomatoes

Charles H. West

Highest Rated:   69% The King of Kings (1927)
Lowest Rated:   69% The King of Kings (1927)
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Although his name remained unknown to moviegoers until the early 1910s, Charles H. West was one of America's earliest screen stars and a valued member of the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company. D.W. Griffith used him constantly in those early years and in Great Britain, where Biograph's self-imposed anonymity didn't play well, they billed him "James McCarthy." On-stage as an actor/manager since 1904, the Pittsburgh-native played every role possible, from handsome leading men to bearded elders and everything in between. West later appeared for Selig, Paramount, Universal, and nearly every other Hollywood studio, appearing in literally hundred of supporting roles and bit parts well into the sound era.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Don't Tell the Wife
  • Joe Hoskins
1937
No Score Yet Death from a Distance
  • Fingerprint Expert
1935
No Score Yet The Man Trailer
  • Gorman
1934
No Score Yet Law of the West
  • Tracy
1932
No Score Yet For the Defense
  • Joe
1930
No Score Yet Man from Headquarters
  • No. 1
1928
69% The King of Kings
  • Actor
1927
No Score Yet The Road to Yesterday
  • Watt Eamshaw
1925
No Score Yet The Lonedale Operator
  • Actor
1911
No Score Yet What the Daisy Said
  • Actor
1910

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