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Charles Russell (I) (1918–1985)


Charles Russell, who was born on March 31, 1918, in New York City, was a movie and radio actor who appeared in 17 films between 1943 and 1949. Russell made his debut in an uncredited part as a ball player in Ladies' Day (1943) at RKO and had his first credited role in his second film, RKO's Bombardier (1943), a World War II propaganda film. Signed... See full bio »

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Known For

Inner Sanctum
Inner Sanctum Harold Dunlap
(1948)
The Late George Apley
The Late George Apley Howard Boulder
(1947)
Night Wind
Night Wind Ralph Benson
(1948)
Beyond Our Own
Beyond Our Own Peter Rogers
(1947)

Filmography

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 1950 Breakthrough
U.S. Soldier (uncredited)
 1949 Chinatown at Midnight
Fred Morgan
 1949 Mary Ryan, Detective
Detective Baker (uncredited)
 1949 Tucson
Gregg Johnson
 1948 Trouble Preferred
Lt. Rod Brooks
 1948 Night Wind
Ralph Benson
 1948 Canon City
Tolley
 1948 Give My Regards to Broadway
Arthur Waldron Jr. (as Charlie Russell)
 1947 Beyond Our Own
Peter Rogers
 1946 Wake Up and Dream
Lieutenant Coles
 1946 Johnny Comes Flying Home
Miles Carey
 1946 Behind Green Lights
Arthur Templeton
 1945 Captain Eddie
Sgt. Jim Reynolds
 1943 Bombardier
Instructor
 1943 Ladies' Day
Ball Player (uncredited)

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Other Works:

(1949-50) Radio: Starred in the CBS Radio series "Johnny Dollar".

Alternate Names:

Charlie Russell

Height:

6' 1" (1.85 m)
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Played title role in the popular old time radio show, "Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar", in the late 1940's. See more »

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Aries

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