Charles Morton

Lowest Rated: 53% Blonde Venus (1932)
Birthday: Jan 28, 1908
Birthplace: Not Available
Hailing from Illinois, young silent actor Charles Morton was already a veteran trouper when signed to a contract with Fox in 1927. Female audiences first discovered the handsome youth opposite the studio's leading flapper, Madge Bellamy, in Colleen (1927), one of the era's many comedy-dramas with a decided influence of blarney. Morton was one of the Four Sons (1928), fighting World War I on opposite sides in John Ford's sadly lost anti-war drama, and a member of the ultimately tragic circus troupe in F.W. Murnau's near-classic Four Devils (1928). Sound, unfortunately, had an ill affect on Morton's career and he was playing bit parts by 1935.

Highest Rated Movies



60% Sex and the Single Girl Board Member 1964
93% The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance Drummer 1962
No Score Yet Westbound Stock Tender 1959
No Score Yet At Gunpoint (Gunpoint!) Bartender 1955
89% Son of Paleface Ned 1952
No Score Yet Wyoming Settler 1947
No Score Yet Along Came Jones Fat Card Player 1945
No Score Yet Lumberjack Big Joe 1944
53% Blonde Venus Bob (uncredited) 1932
No Score Yet Check and Double Check Richard Williams 1930
No Score Yet Four Sons Johann 1928
No Score Yet 4 Devils Actor 1928


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