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Filmography by type for
Charles Siringo (Character)
from Mrs. Sundance (1974) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Charley 'Chas' A. Siringo / Charley Siringo / Charlie Siringo / Detective Charlie Siringo


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  1. Siringo (1995) (TV) Played by Brad Johnson (as Charlie Siringo)
  2. Bonanza: Under Attack (1995) (TV) Played by Dennis Farina (as Charley Siringo)

  3. Wanted: The Sundance Woman (1976) (TV) Played by Steve Forrest (as Detective Charlie Siringo)
  4. Charlie Siringo (1976) (TV) Played by Steve Railsback (as Charlie Siringo)
  5. Mrs. Sundance (1974) (TV) Played by L.Q. Jones
  1. Face to Face (1967) Played by William Berger (as Charley 'Chas' A. Siringo)
    ... aka "Faccia a faccia" - Spain (original title)

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From Face to Face (1967)
[last lines]
Charley Siringo: [after shooting the face of a vigilante who resembles Bennet] He's got long hair. He's built... 'bout the same as you. Nobody'll recognise his face now. The law will be satisfied with a fake Beauregard Bennet. Anyhow, the real one doesn't exist anymore. Now, beat it. Run, Beau.
[Bennet is confused]
Charley Siringo: Go 'way!
Solomon 'Beauregard' Bennet: [mounts his horse] Good luck, friend. Adiós!
[rides off]
Charley Siringo: Luck to you, Beau.
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