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Charles M. Seay (1867–1944)

Charles M. Seay was born on May 22, 1867 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA as Charles Morgan Seay. He was a director and writer, known for Jan of the Big Snows (1922), The Everlasting Triangle (1914) and The Missing Twenty-Five Dollars (1914). He was married to Grace Beatrice Ballou. He died on November 12, 1944 in Palestine, Texas, USA. See full bio »

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 1917 When Bobby Broke His Arm (Short)
 1915 Blue Grass (as Charles Seay)
 1915 Their Own Ways (Short)
 1915 An Innocent Thief (Short)
 1915 Jack Kennard, Coward (Short)
 1915 The Heart of a Waif (Short) (as Charles Seay)
 1915 When Gratitude Is Love (Short)
 1915 Lena (Short)
 1915 Uncle Crusty (Short)
 1914 Fantasma
 1914 The Adventure of the Wrong Santa Claus (Short) (uncredited)
 1914 A Double Elopement (Short)
 1914 A Millinery Mix-Up (Short)
 1914 The Everlasting Triangle (Short)
 1914 Jenks and the Janitor (Short)
 1914 In a Prohibition Town (Short)
 1914 Twins and Trouble (Short)
 1914 Sheep's Clothing (Short)
 1914 A Summer Resort Idyll (Short)
 1914/I A Village Scandal (Short)
 1914 A Change of Business (Short)
 1914 A Tango Spree (Short)
 1914 A Deal in Statuary (Short)
 1914 His Wife's Burglar (Short)
 1914 An Up-to-Date Courtship (Short)
 1914 The Mysterious Package (Short)
 1914 Seraphina's Love Affair (Short)
 1914 A Week-End at Happyhurst (Short)
 1914 Dinkelspiel's Baby (Short)
 1914 Mr. Sniffkins' Widow (Short)
 1914 Courting Betty's Beau (Short)
 1914 The Janitor's Flirtation (Short)
 1914 Stanton's Last Fling (Short)
 1913 The Janitor's Quiet Life (Short)
 1913 A Sense of Humor (Short)
 1913 His Nephew's Scheme (Short)
 1913 The Horrible Example (Short)
 1913 Hiram Green, Detective (Short)
 1913 Mr. Toots' Tooth (Short)
 1913 A Mistake in Judgment (Short)
 1913 Bobbie's Long Trousers (Short)
 1913 To Abbeville Court House (Short)
 1913 Scenes of Other Days (Short)
 1913 Circumstances Make Heroes (Short)
 1913 Two Little Kittens (Short)
 1913 Othello in Jonesville (Short)
 1913 Bragg's New Suit (Short)
 1913 By Mutual Agreement (Short)
 1913 The Two Merchants (Short)
 1913 A Shower of Slippers (Short)
 1913 Superstitious Joe (Short)
 1913 Aunt Elsa's Visit (Short)
 1913 A Heroic Rescue (Short)
 1913 The Office Boy's Birthday (Short)
 1912 What Katie Did (Short)
 1912 When Joey Was on Time (Short)
 1912 Saving the Game (Short)
 1910 The Suit Case Mystery (Short)
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According to New York Dramatic Mirror (4 December 1915): Seay - "the only original owner of the name that is spelled with the 'y' and pronounced without it[.]"

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