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Charles Morton

Lowest Rated:   57% Blonde Venus (1932)
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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

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
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
57% 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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