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Charles Swickard (1861–1929)

Charles Swickard was born on March 21, 1861 in Germany. He was a director and actor, known for Hell's Hinges (1916), The Light of the Western Stars (1918) and The Three Musketeers (1916). He was married to Dale. He died on May 12, 1929 in Fresno, California, USA. See full bio »


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(age 68) in Fresno, California, USA

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Known For

Hell's Hinges
Hell's Hinges Director
The Three Musketeers
An Arabian Knight


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 1920 Body and Soul
 1920 Li Ting Lang
 1919/I Almost Married
 1919/I Faith
 1919 The Spender
 1917 The Taming of Lucy (Short) (as Richard Charles Swickard)
 1917 The Pullman Mystery (Short)
 1916 Mixed Blood
 1916 Destiny's Boomerang (Short)
 1916 Fate's Decision (Short)
 1916 The Good-for-Nothing Brat (Short)
 1916 A Siren of the Jungle (Short)
 1916 The Star of India (Short)
 1916 Hell's Hinges
 1916/I The Raiders
 1915 Aloha Oe
 1915 The Beckoning Flame (Short)
 1915 City of the Dead (Short)
 1915 The Brink
 1915 Shorty Inherits a Harem (Short)
 1915 The Soul of Phyra (Short)
 1915 A Piece of Amber (Short)
 1915 The Renegade (Short)
 1915 Molly of the Mountains (Short)
 1915 In the Warden's Garden (Short)
 1915 Through the Murk (Short)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Taps. Drama. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Charles F. Swickard | Richard Charles Swickard

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Sang for the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York. See more »

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