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Charles Mack (I) (1887–1934)

Charles Mack was born on November 22, 1887 in White Cloud, Kansas, USA as Charles Sellers. He was an actor and writer, known for Why Bring That Up? (1929), Hypnotized (1932) and Anybody's War (1930). He was married to Mrs. Myrtle Buckley and Marion Robinson. He died on January 11, 1934 in Mesa, Arizona, USA. See full bio »


(age 46) in Mesa, Arizona, USA

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 1933 A Pair of Socks (Short)
 1933 Hot Hoofs (Short)
 1932 Hypnotized
Egbert Jackson (as The Two Black Crows)
 1930 Anybody's War
Amos Crow
 1929 Faro Nell (Short)
Tarantula - the Bartender
 1929 Why Bring That Up?
 1927 Two Flaming Youths
Mack -as Moran and Mack
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 1930 Anybody's War (uncredited)

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The Greenwich Village Follies (1924). Musical revue. Music by Cole Porter; Lyrics by Cole Porter, Irving Caesar and John Murray Anderson. Featuring songs by Isham Jones. Choreographed by Jack Manning. Directed by John Murray Anderson. Shubert Theatre: 16 Sep 1924- 3 Jan 1925 (127 performances). Cast: Roshanara, Robert Alton, ... See more »

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The Two Black Crows

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Half the vaudeville team of Moran & Mack (with George Moran). They performed in blackface and were billed as the "Two Black Crows".

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