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Charles Brokaw (1898–1975)

Charles Brokaw was born on September 23, 1898 in Columbus, Ohio, USA. He was an actor, known for The Luck of Roaring Camp (1937), Idol of the Crowds (1937) and I Cover the War (1937). He died on October 23, 1975 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »
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 1942 To the Shores of Tripoli
Officer (uncredited)
 1940 Murder in the Air
 1940 The Invisible Man Returns
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1939 Balalaika
Soldier (uncredited)
 1939 Another Thin Man
State Trooper (uncredited)
 1939 Second Fiddle
Assistant Director
 1939 Chasing Danger
Bomber Officer (uncredited)
 1939 Never Say Die
2nd Second at Duel (uncredited)
 1938 Convicts at Large
Ronald 'Squire' Stanton
 1938 Air Devils
Tom Mordant
 1938 The Buccaneer
Vincent Nolte (uncredited)
 1937 The Luck of Roaring Camp
Don Oakhurst
 1937 Behind the Mike
Harry Fox
 1937 The Outer Gate
 1937 I Cover the War
El Kadar
 1926 Fascinating Youth

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Stage Play: The Decoy. Written by Harrison King. Directed by Austin O. Huhn. Royale Theatre: 1 Apr 1932- Apr 1932 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Charles Brokaw, Kirk Brown Jr., Joseph Burton, Ralph Chambers, Willard Dashiell, Ray Earles, Lorna Elliott, Mary Emerson, Lucille Fenton, James Garey, Robert Griffith, Jerry Lynch, ... See more »

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Broadway actor, active from 1921-1936. He appeared in the hits: "The Road to Rome" (1928); "The Great Waltz" (1934) and "Jubilee" (1935), his last Broadway appearance running 169 performances through March 7, 1936.

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