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Charles Dale (I) (1881–1971)

Charles Dale was born on September 6, 1881 in New York City, New York, USA as Charles Mark. He was an actor, known for The Belle of 14th Street (1967), The Heart of New York (1932) and What Price Pants (1931). He was married to Molly Cahill. He died on November 17, 1971 in Teaneck, New Jersey, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Heart of New York
The Heart of New York Bernard Schnaps
What Price Pants
What Price Pants Marvin Pitsik
Two Tickets to Broadway
Two Tickets to Broadway Leo, Palace Deli


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 1951 Two Tickets to Broadway
Leo, Palace Deli (as Joe Smith & Charles Dale)
 1945 Nob Hill
 1939 Mutiny on the Body (Short)
Charley (as Smith & Dale)
 1938 A Nag in the Bag (Short)
Charlie Dale
 1937 Vitaphone Diversions (Short)
Charly (as Smith & Dale)
 1936 Fun in a Fire House (Short)
Dale (as Smith & Dale)
 1934 Oh, What a Business! (Short)
Dale (as Smith & Dale)
 1932 The Heart of New York
Bernard Schnaps
 1931 Manhattan Parade
Jake Delman: of the Avon Comedy Four (as Dale)
 1931 What Price Pants (Short)
Marvin Pitsik
 1931 Anything But Ham (Short)
 1931 The Real Estators (Short) (as Smith & Dale)
 1930 Accidents Will Happen (Short) (as Smith & Dale)
 1929 At the Gate (Short) (as Smith and Dale)
 1929 Dear Teacher (Short)
The Teacher
 1929 Knights in Venice (Short) (as Smith and Dale)
 1929 False Alarm Fire Co. (Short)
2nd Fireman
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Vaudeville and television actor.

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Alternate Names:

Charlie Dale | Joe Smith & Charles Dale | Smith & Dale | Smith and Dale | Dale

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Neil Simon based his Broadway play, and later film The Sunshine Boys (1975), on the career of Smith & Dale. See more »

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