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Charles Martin is an actor, known for On Guard (1927), More Truth Than Poetry (1917) and Daughter of Maryland (1917). See full bio »

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Known For

On Guard
On Guard Colonel King
More Truth Than Poetry
More Truth Than Poetry Daniel Maitland
Daughter of Maryland
Exile Manuel D'Alfrache


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 1938 Dick Tracy Returns
Jones (uncredited)
 1936 Big Brown Eyes
Red (uncredited)
 1936 The House of a Thousand Candles
Maitre d'Hotel (uncredited)
 1936 Wash Your Step (Short)
 1936 Heart of the West
Jim Jordan
 1935 Paris in Spring
Collegian (uncredited)
 1935 Chasing Yesterday
Undetermined Role (unconfirmed, uncredited)
 1927 On Guard
Colonel King
 1920 Dad's Girl
 1918 Her Price
Weston King (as Charles H. Martin)
 1918 A Woman of Redemption
Jacques Romaine (as Charles H. Martin)
 1918 Who Loved Him Best?
Gilbert Jasper
 1917 Daughter of Maryland
 1917 More Truth Than Poetry
Daniel Maitland
 1917 Exile
Manuel D'Alfrache
 1917 The Light in Darkness
The Bank Teller
 1917 The Undying Flame
Colonel Harvey (as Charles W. Martin)
 1916 Helen of the Chorus (Short)
Etienne Toussot (as Charles H. Martin)
 1912 On the Line of Peril (Short)
Lt. Kirby - the Rejected Suitor
 1912/I Rip Van Winkle (Short)
Petie, as a young man

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Alternate Names:

Charles H. Martin | Charles W. Martin

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