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Charles Collins (I) (1904–1999)

Charles Collins was born on January 7, 1904 in Frederick, Oklahoma, USA. He was an actor, known for Dancing Pirate (1936), Swing Hostess (1944) and Radio Hook-Up (1938). He was married to Dorothy Stone. He died on June 26, 1999 in Montecito, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1984 The Master (TV Series)
Charlie Pattersen
- Out-of-Time-Step (1984) ... Charlie Pattersen
 1978 The Wiz
The Wiz Singers Adult Choir (voice, uncredited)
 1954 Living It Up
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1953 A Blueprint for Murder
Pesticide Seller (uncredited)
 1952 The Steel Trap
Bank Teller (uncredited)
 1952 Confidence Girl
Charlie (as Charlie Collins)
 1951 Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok (TV Series)
Doctor
- The Widow Muldane (1951) ... Doctor
 1944 Swing Hostess
Benny Jackson
 1942 Syncopation
Fred Freddy (uncredited)
 1938 Latin Hi-Hattin (Short)
Singer
 1938 Radio Hook-Up (Short)
Groom / Radio Announcer
 1936 Dancing Pirate
Jonathan Pride
 1934 Paree, Paree (Short)
Baxter
 1932 Shave It with Music (Short)
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 1953 Scotch on the Rocks (writer: "My Old Man (Said Follow the Van)" - uncredited)
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 1934 Vaudeville on Parade (Short)
Himself - Dancer
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