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Charles Lindbergh (Character)
from The Spirit of St. Louis (1957)
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- "The Astronaut Wives Club"
- Landing (2015) TV episode, Played by Christopher Holmes
- J. Edgar (2011) Played by Josh Lucas
- Secret Lives of Charles Lindbergh (2009) (TV) Played by Chris Van Cleave / Rob Watts / Chase Otley (as Teenage Lindbergh)
- Cesar Salad (2008) (V) Played by David Siegel
- "Freedom: A History of Us"
- Safe for Democracy (2003) TV episode, Played by Martin Sheen (as Charles Lindberg)
- "Chasing the Sun"
- All Aboard (2001) TV episode, Played by Stanley B. Herman
- "Touched by an Angel"
- Godspeed (1999) TV episode, Played by Ned Vaughn
- Crime of the Century (1996) (TV) Played by Scott N. Stevens (as Col. Charles Lindbergh)
- An Arrow Pointing East (1982) TV episode, Played by Jonathan Frakes
- "Freedom to Speak" (1982) TV series Played by John Rubinstein
- "Saturday Night Live"
... aka "NBC's Saturday Night" - USA (complete title)
... aka "SNL" - USA (informal title)
... aka "SNL 25" - USA (alternative title)
... aka "Saturday Night" - USA (first season title)
... aka "Saturday Night Live '80" - USA (sixth season title)
... aka "Saturday Night Live 15" - USA (fifteenth season title)
... aka "Saturday Night Live 20" - USA (twentieth season title)
... aka "Saturday Night Live 25" - USA (twentyfifth season title)
- Buck Henry/Jennifer Warnes/Kenny Vance (1977) TV episode, Played by Buck Henry
- "Second Verdict"
- The Lindbergh Kidnapping (1976) TV episode, Played by Burnell Tucker (as Charles A. Lindbergh)
- The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case (1976) (TV) Played by Cliff De Young
- Kidnap - Die Entführung des Lindbergh-Babys (1968) (TV) Played by Rolf Becker
- The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) Played by James Stewart (as Charles Augustus 'Slim' Lindbergh)
- Paris Interlude (1934) Played by Dennis O'Keefe
Charles Lindbergh: [Mentally calculating what navigational error he can expect by the use of dead reckoning] Six miles off course. That's six miles after 200 miles of water. If I held this margin of error, how far off course would I be when I hit Ireland? Let's see, it's 1,900 miles across the Atlantic. So that would... I'd be 60 miles off at Ireland. Well, I'll settle for that. And nothing too wrong with this dead reckoning navigation... except maybe the name. See more »
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