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Father Coughlin (1891–1979)


Father Charles E. Coughlin was an ultra-conservative Catholic priest who was a major power in the US far-right-wing movement in the 1930s. His radio program was listened to by over 30 million Americans on Sunday afternoons, and in a 1934 national poll he was chosen as the second most popular and powerful man in the US, behind President Franklin D.... See full bio »

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  American Secrets (Documentary) (post-production)
Self - Catholic Priest
 2018 Dirty Money (TV Series documentary)
Self
- The Confidence Man (2018) ... Self
 2016 Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You (Documentary)
Self
 2008 The Jewish Americans (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Self
- The Best of Times, the Worst of Times (2008) ... Self (as Charles Coughlin)
 2005 Protocols of Zion (Documentary)
Self - Roman Catholic Priest & Radio Host
 1998 The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg (Documentary)
Self
 1993 The Great Depression (TV Series documentary)
Self - Radio Evangelist
- To Be Somebody (1993) ... Self - Radio Evangelist
 1959 Project Twenty (TV Series documentary)
Self - Priest & Activist
- Life in the Thirties (1959) ... Self - Priest & Activist
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Alternate Names:

Charles Coughlin

Height:

5' 10¾" (1.8 m)
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Biography in: "American National Biography". Volume 5, pages 578-581. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. See more »

Nickname:

The Radio Priest

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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