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Charles Emmett Mack (1900–1927)

Charles Emmett Mack was born on November 25, 1900 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA as Charles Stewert McNerney. He was an actor, known for The Unknown Soldier (1926), A Woman of the World (1925) and Dream Street (1921). He died on March 17, 1927 in Riverside, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1927 The Rough Riders
Bert Henley
 1927 The First Auto
Bob Armstrong (as Chas. E. Mack)
 1927 Old San Francisco
Terrence O'Shaughnessy (as Chas. E. Mack)
 1926 The Unknown Soldier
Fred Williams
 1926 The Devil's Circus
 1925 A Woman of the World
Gareth Johns
 1925 Down Upon the Suwanee River
Bill Ruble (as Charles E. Mack)
 1925 Bad Company
Dick Reynolds
 1924 Youth for Sale
Tom Powers
 1924 The Sixth Commandment
Henry Adams
 1924 America
Justice Charles Montague
 1923 The Daring Years
John Browning
 1923 The White Rose
Guest at the Inn
 1923 Driven
Tom Tolliver
 1922 One Exciting Night
A Guest (as Charles E. Mack)
 1916 Dolly's Scoop (Short)
Office Boy (uncredited)
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 2006 Life Is a Dream in Cinema: Pola Negri (Documentary)

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Charles E. Mack | Chas. E. Mack

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Discovered by D.W. Griffith and under contract with Warner Brothers at the time of his death. See more »

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