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Frances Charles

Frances Charles was born as Frances Evans. She is an actress, known for Women from Headquarters (1950), Yukon Gold (1952) and Gruen Guild Theater (1951). She was previously married to Victor Mature. See full bio »

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Known For

Women from Headquarters
(1950)
Yukon Gold
Yukon Gold Nan Duval
(1952)
Gruen Guild Theater
(1952)
Racket Squad
Racket Squad Laurie
(1952)

Filmography

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 1955 Stage 7 (TV Series)
Mrs. Fairchild
- Press Conference (1955) ... Mrs. Fairchild
 1951-1952 The Adventures of Kit Carson (TV Series)
Dolores / Pearl
- Trail to Old Sonora (1952) ... Dolores
- A Ticket to Mexico (1951) ... Pearl
 1952 Yukon Gold
Nan Duval
 1952 Gruen Guild Theater (TV Series)
- The Tiger (1952)
 1952 Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok (TV Series)
Cissy
- Lumber Camp Story (1952) ... Cissy
 1952 Rebound (TV Series)
- The Wreck (1952)
 1952 Racket Squad (TV Series)
Laurie
- The Home Wreckers (1952) ... Laurie
 1952 Chevron Theatre (TV Series)
- That's My Pop (1952)
 1950 My Blue Heaven
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1950 Women from Headquarters
Ann Rogers
 1950 Perfect Strangers
Eileen Marcher (uncredited)
 1949 Beyond the Forest
Miss Elliott (uncredited)
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 1955 Timber Country Trouble
Cissy Allen

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