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Charles Delaney (I) (1892–1959)

Charles Delaney was born on August 9, 1892 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for Hell-Bent for Frisco (1931), Last of the Mohegians (1926) and Knockout Kisses (1933). He was married to Mary Meek. He died on August 31, 1959 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Hell-Bent for Frisco
Knockout Kisses
Knockout Kisses Slapsie Smith / Joe Smith - Twins
Account of Monte Cristo


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 1960 The Beatniks
 1956 The Brass Legend
 1956 Friendly Persuasion
Drinker (uncredited)
 1956 Running Target
 1954 The Bounty Hunter
Townsman (uncredited)
 1953 Winning of the West
Jules Brent (uncredited)
 1952 The Half-Breed
Sergeant (uncredited)
 1952 The Cimarron Kid
Tilden (uncredited)
 1950 Kansas Raiders
 1945 Blonde Ransom
 1944 Double Exposure
Joe Jackson (uncredited)
 1939 Waterfront
Policeman (uncredited)
 1938 Walking Down Broadway
Cop (uncredited)
 1937 Bank Alarm
Duke - Henchman
 1937 The Gold Racket
 1937 Secret Valley
Federal Investigator
 1936 Ten Laps to Go
Steve Turner
 1936 Below the Deadline
Artie Nolan
 1936 Colleen
Ship's Radio Operator (uncredited)
 1936 The Millionaire Kid
Breezy Benson
 1935 The Pace That Kills
Dan - the Detective - Dorothy's Boyfriend (as Chas. Delaney)
 1935 Trails of the Wild
John D. Brent
 1935 The Murder Man
Policeman (uncredited)
 1935 Front Page Woman
Reporter (uncredited)
 1935 Captured in Chinatown
Bob Martin
 1935 Calm Yourself
Motorcycle Policeman (uncredited)
 1935 What Price Crime
 1934 The Fighting Trooper
RCMP Constable Blackie
 1933 Big Time or Bust
Paddy Mellon
 1933 The Important Witness
Joe Murphy
 1933 Corruption
Charlie Jasper
 1933 Elmer, the Great
Johnny Abbott
 1932 Hearts of Humanity
Tom Varney
 1932 Midnight Morals
Dave McKennan
 1932 The Big Timer
Champ (uncredited)
 1931 Suicide Fleet
Sailor at Sally's (uncredited)
 1931 Air Police
Lt. Andy Conroy
 1931 Millie
 1930 Kathleen Mavourneen
 1930 Around the Corner
Terry Callahan
 1929 The Girl from Woolworth's
Bill Harigan
 1929 Broadway Babies
Billy Buvanny
 1929 The Clean-Up
Oliver Brooks
 1929 The Faker
Bob Williams
 1928 The River Woman
Jim Henderson
 1928 Stool Pigeon
Jimmy Wells
 1928 Do Your Duty
Danny Sheehan Jr
 1928 The Air Circus
Charles Manning
 1928 Show Girl
Jimmy Doyle, Tabloid Reporter
 1928 Home, James
James Lacey Jr
 1928 The Adventurer
Barney O'Malley
 1928 After the Storm
Joe Dane
 1928 Women Who Dare
Ralph Miles
 1928 Outcast Souls
Charles Turner
 1928 The Cohens and the Kellys in Paris
Patrick Kelly Jr
 1927 The Lovelorn
 1927 The Main Event
Johnnie Regan
 1927 The Thirteenth Hour
Matt Gray
 1927 A Boy of the Streets
Patrick Gallagher
 1927 The Tired Business Man
Larry Riley
 1927 Mountains of Manhattan
Jerry Nolan
 1927 The Silent Avenger
Stanley Gilmore
 1927 Frisco Sally Levy
Patrick Sweeney
 1927 Husband Hunters
Bob Garrett
 1926 Flaming Fury
Dan Duval
 1926 The Silent Power
Rob Rollins
 1926 College Days
Jim Gordon
 1926 Satan Town
Frisco Bob
 1926 The Jade Cup
'Dice' Morey
 1926 The Night Watch
George Blackwell
 1926 The Pay-Off
The Young Man
 1925 Accused
Steve Randall
 1925 Sporting Life
Joe Lee
 1924 Those Who Dance
Tom Andrus
 1923 The Devil's Partner
 1922 Solomon in Society
Frank Wilson
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Charles E. Delaney | Charlie Delaney | Chas. Delaney


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Prolific American supporting actor, a former car mechanic and World War I pilot. Before entering films full-time in 1922, he performed aerial stunts and worked on the vaudeville circuit. Delaney made the transition to sound and continued to make appearances, albeit in small roles, in films and on television until the late 1950's. See more »

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