Barney Danches / Barney / Josiah / Eli / Finch / Gorth / Jed Cuff / One / Telegrapher
Franky / Old Man / Manager
50th Anniversary Celebrant - Passenger (uncredited)
Barney Danches / Barney / Josiah / ...
... Barney Danches
Cemetery Caretaker (segment "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay")
Happy / Doctor / The Store Proprietor / ...
Titus / Preacher / Banker Weems / ...
Clem Hackett - Prospector / Abijah Mimms
Janitor / Simpson
The Mining Manager
Grand Uncle Sedley Atterbury Pennyfeather (uncredited)
Georgie Prince / The Electrician
Max Carson / Harry Honnegger / Hotel Clerk
Mort / Wagon Train Member
Doc Zach Miller / Doc Miller / Dr. Miller
Les Wilkins - School Bus Driver
- Prison Break
... Les Wilkins - School Bus Driver (as Charles F. Seel)
Max, the waiter
Guest starred on the radio drama "Nightbeat," which starred Frank Lovejoy
Charles Seal | Charles F. Seel | Charles P. Seel
Did You Know?
Balding, narrow-eyed American character player, a former vaudevillian and radio actor from 1929. Acted in early silent films on the East Coast. Regularly on screen after 1937, he was seen in innumerable small roles as clerks, bartenders and shopkeepers. Most familiar for his recurring role as the telegrapher Barney on TV's Gunsmoke
(1955) and as newsman Mr. Krinkie in Dennis the Menace