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Charles K. Gerrard

  • Dec 20, 1883 - Jan 01, 1969 (age 85)
  • 5' 10" (1.79 m)
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1934
A Political Party
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MovieJan 5, 1934

A Political Party

A Political Party is a 1934 British comedy film directed by …
A Political Party is a 1934 British comedy film directed by Norman Lee and starring John Mills, Enid Stamp-Taylor and Viola Lyel. The screenplay concerns the son of a chimney sweep running for parliament in a by-election.
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1932
The Menace
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MovieJan 29, 1932

The Menace

Ronald Quayle escapes from prison. He was sent there for …
Ronald Quayle escapes from prison. He was sent there for murdering his father, based on the testimony of his stepmother, Caroline. An explosion disfigures him, but plastic surgery gives him an opportunity to return to England and investigate his father's murder under a new identity. As Robert Crockett he romances his stepmother, ultimately trapping her by creating the appearance of a double-cross among her accomplices, now guests at her house.
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1931
Dracula
MovieFeb 12, 1931

Dracula

After a harrowing ride through the Carpathian mountains in …
After a harrowing ride through the Carpathian mountains in eastern Europe, Renfield enters castle Dracula to finalize the transferral of Carfax Abbey in London to Count Dracula, who is in actuality a vampire. Renfield is drugged by the eerily hypnotic count, and turned into one of his thralls, protecting him during his sea voyage to London. After sucking the blood and turning the young Lucy Weston into a vampire, Dracula turns his attention to her friend Mina Seward, daughter of Dr. Seward who then calls in a specialist, Dr. Van Helsing, to diagnose the sudden deterioration of Mina's health. Van Helsing, realizing that Dracula is indeed a vampire, tries to prepare Mina's fiance, John Harker, and Dr. Seward for what is to come and the measures that will have to be taken to prevent Mina from becoming one of the undead.
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The Lion and the Lamb
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MovieJan 1, 1931

The Lion and the Lamb

The Lion and the Lamb released.
1930
Anybody's Woman
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MovieAug 15, 1930

Anybody's Woman

A man, left by his wife, gets drunk and marries a chorus girl.
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Journey's End
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MovieApr 9, 1930

Journey's End

In France, 1917, an alcoholic captain is afraid that his new …
In France, 1917, an alcoholic captain is afraid that his new replacement, his sweetheart's brother, will betray his downfall.
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Men Without Women
MovieJan 31, 1930

Men Without Women

Aboard the U.S. submarine S13 in the China seas, Chief …
Aboard the U.S. submarine S13 in the China seas, Chief Torpedoman Burke goes about his duties. In actuality, he is Quartermaine, the infamous former commander of the British ship Royal Scot, which was sunk by Germans with a Field Marshal aboard. Quartermaine had told his sweetheart that the Field Marshal would be aboard, not knowing that she was an informant for the enemy. When the S13 sinks, Burke takes charge when the commander, Ensign Price, is unable to command. Burke must keep his mates alive long enough on the bottom of the sea for rescuers to arrive.
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1929
The Lone Wolf's Daughter
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MovieFeb 18, 1929

The Lone Wolf's Daughter

Michael Lanyard, a reformed …
Michael Lanyard, a reformed cracks-man, adopts Adrienne, the daughter of an old friend, and goes to Southampton to attend a party celebrating her engagement to Bobby Crenshaw, the son of a wealthy society couple. The Count and Countess Polinac, international jewel thieves, also attend the party, and Count Polinac forces Lanyard to open the safe containing the jewelry of the guests by threatening to expose Lanyard's criminal past. Lanyard forestalls the count, however, and protects the valuables. The count and countess are arrested, and Michael's secret is kept safe.
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1928
Caught in the Fog
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MovieAug 25, 1928

Caught in the Fog

Wealthy Bob visits his mother's Florida houseboat in order to …
Wealthy Bob visits his mother's Florida houseboat in order to remove her jewelry and stumbles upon a bobbed-hair bandit and her male accomplice, who mistake him for another burglar. A fight is broken up by the arrival of an elderly couple (still more burglars) who are posing as guests. Bob keeps his identity secret and passes himself off as the butler; the girl and her partner pretend to be the maid and the cook. A couple of idiotic detectives, arrive on the scene, closely followed by a heavy fog that traps them all on board.
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The Port of Missing Girls
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MovieMar 1, 1928

The Port of Missing Girls

The Port of Missing Girls is a …
The Port of Missing Girls is a 1928 silent film directed by Irving Cummings. It stars Barbara Bedford and Hedda Hopper making it one of the rare occasions Hopper actually starred in a film. This film is preserved in the Library of Congress.
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1927
Painting the Town
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MovieAug 1, 1927

Painting the Town

Painting the Town is a 1927 American comedy film …
Painting the Town is a 1927 American comedy film directed by William James Craft and written by Harry O. Hoyt, Vin Moore and Albert DeMond. The film stars Glenn Tryon, Patsy Ruth Miller, Charles K. Gerrard, George Fawcett, Sidney Bracey and Max Asher. The film was released on August 7, 1927, by Universal Pictures.
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1926
The Nervous Wreck
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MovieOct 10, 1926

The Nervous Wreck

Henry Williams, out in Arizona looking for a cure for his …
Henry Williams, out in Arizona looking for a cure for his imaginary ills, stops at the ranch of Jud Morgan, and decides to stay. Jud's daughter, Sally, attracts his attention, although she is engaged to be married to Sheriff Bob Wells. Henry rides with her to town, where she wants to go shopping for her wedding clothes, but they run out of gas. No, problem' Henry holds up a passing motorist, with a monkey-wrench, and takes gasoline out of his car. They stop at a ranch where the foreman makes them become the cook and dishwasher. Then Jerome Underwood and his daughter, Harriet, arrive and they recognize Henry and Sally as the ones who held them up for gas. The jealous sheriff adds to the complications.
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The Better 'Ole
MovieOct 7, 1926

The Better 'Ole

The adventures of Old Bill and his friends Bert and Alf in the …
The adventures of Old Bill and his friends Bert and Alf in the trenches of the first World War.
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1925
Accused
MovieDec 3, 1925

Accused

Cyrus Braidwood has a secret. His daughter Helen isn't actually …
Cyrus Braidwood has a secret. His daughter Helen isn't actually his daughter--her father is a murderer, and Braidwood has been raising her as his own because he has her father's written confession hidden. One day her father manages to get ahold of the confession. Helen shows up at his apartment looking for it, which culminates in her and a young man she meets there being taken prisoner by a criminal gang.
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The Man on the Box
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MovieSep 27, 1925

The Man on the Box

A wealthy young man disguises himself as a gardener to be …
A wealthy young man disguises himself as a gardener to be near the woman he secretly loves. He discovers that the butler is an enemy spy who plans to steal military secrets, and has to find a way to stop him.
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California Straight Ahead
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MovieSep 13, 1925

California Straight Ahead

California Straight Ahead released.
Off the Highway
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MovieAug 15, 1925

Off the Highway

A wealthy miser lives with his servant, who looks exactly …
A wealthy miser lives with his servant, who looks exactly like him. His nephew, of whom he is guardian, has decided on a career as an artist, not a businessman like his uncle wants him to be, so he changes his will to leave his entire estate to a cousin, Hector. One day the miser wakes up to find his servant dead. He decides to take the servant's place and find out just exactly what his relatives think of him.
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1924
Circe, the Enchantress
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MovieOct 6, 1924

Circe, the Enchantress

Circe, the Enchantress is a …
Circe, the Enchantress is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by Robert Z. Leonard. The film starred Leonard's then-wife Mae Murray. This was their last collaboration, and they divorced soon after. Considered to be a lost film for decades, a print of Circe, the Enchantress was found at a foreign archive.
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Lilies of the Field
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MovieFeb 29, 1924

Lilies of the Field

A young mother, Mildred, doesn't know that her husband …
A young mother, Mildred, doesn't know that her husband Walter is cheating on her. One night she attends a party with a friend of her husband's, and the man gets drunk and begins groping her when they get home. Her husband sees this and uses it as an excuse to sue his wife for divorce. In the ensuing trial he wins, due to fraudulent evidence, and gets custody of the child. Complications ensue.
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1923
Her Temporary Husband
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MovieDec 23, 1923

Her Temporary Husband

Her Temporary Husband is a …
Her Temporary Husband is a lost 1923 silent film directed by John McDermott and starring Owen Moore. It was produced and distributed by Associated First National (later First National Pictures).
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The Dangerous Maid
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MovieNov 19, 1923

The Dangerous Maid

The Dangerous Maid is a 1923 American silent historical …
The Dangerous Maid is a 1923 American silent historical comedy film produced and distributed by Joseph M. Schenck Productions and directed by Victor Heerman. It was distributed through Associated First National.
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Richard the Lion-Hearted
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MovieOct 15, 1923

Richard the Lion-Hearted

Richard the Lion-Hearted is a …
Richard the Lion-Hearted is a 1923 sequel to Robin Hood (1922; starring Douglas Fairbanks in the titular role), with Wallace Beery returning as Richard the Lion-Hearted. The movie was written by Frank E. Woods from the Sir Walter Scott novel The Talisman and directed by Chester Withey. It is not positively known whether the film currently survives, although it is considered to be a lost film.
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The Glimpses of the Moon
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MovieMar 25, 1923

The Glimpses of the Moon

Susan Branch is herself …
Susan Branch is herself without finances, she has many wealthy friends who supply her with clothes and party times. She is in love with struggling author Nick Lansing, who also attracts the interests of Susan's chief patron, Ursula Gillow, and is persuaded by Ellie Vanderlyn to marry him for at least a year's happiness. Their marriage falls apart when their wedding gifts are spent; they become involved with the Vanderlyns' domestic affairs; and Ursula decides she wants Nick for herself. However, the lawyer handling the Lansings' divorce proceedings brings them back together, and Nick sells his novel.
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1922
Anna Ascends
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MovieNov 19, 1922

Anna Ascends

While on an African safari, a group of American big-game …
While on an African safari, a group of American big-game hunters and their wives run into unexpected hardships, and one of the women dies giving birth. The child, a girl named Agnes, is adopted by the haughty Mrs. Harrington and brought back to the US, where she is raised by the excessively strict Harrington. Years later, when Agnes is now a beautiful young woman, Mrs. Harrington tries to marry her off to the wealthy J. Wilson Rockmaine, but at a party attended by all concerned at the home of John Fairfax, burglars slip into the house to retrieve a large sum of money hidden there. Soon two murders are committed, the police are called and everyone, including Agnes, is under suspicion.
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When Knighthood Was in Flower
MovieSep 14, 1922

When Knighthood Was in Flower

Mary Tudor, sister of …
Mary Tudor, sister of England's Henry VIII, causes a stir by falling in love with a guardsman below her class.
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French Heels
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MovieJan 29, 1922

French Heels

French Heels is a lost 1922 American silent romantic …
French Heels is a lost 1922 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Edwin L. Hollywood and starring Irene Castle. Based on short story "Knots and Windshakes" by Clarence Budington Kelland which appeared in Everybody's Magazine, it was distributed by W. W. Hodkinson.
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1921
Conceit
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MovieDec 20, 1921

Conceit

Conceit is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by …
Conceit is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by Burton George, produced by Selznick Pictures, and released by Select Pictures. The film stars William B. Davidson and Mrs. De Wolf Hopper, who later became a gossip columnist using the name "Hedda Hopper".
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The Gilded Lily
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MovieMar 6, 1921

The Gilded Lily

A country boy comes to the big city and falls in love with a …
A country boy comes to the big city and falls in love with a showgirl, but turns his back on her when she decides to give up the glamorous life for the homespun existence of a housewife.
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Out of the Chorus
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MovieFeb 1, 1921

Out of the Chorus

After dancer Florence Maddis marries Ross Van Beekman, …
After dancer Florence Maddis marries Ross Van Beekman, son of an aristocratic New York family, her friends predict that the union will not be successful, but she manages to fit into the family circle and has no desire to return to Broadway. Her mother-in-law disapproves of her, however, and persuaded by Ned Ormsby, one of Flo's admirers, she arranges for Flo to appear flirtatious. When Ross suspects Flo of harboring Ormsby, he fires a pistol at her closet; and since Ormsby is found shot in his house, Ross confesses, believing himself guilty, while Flo returns to the Winter Palace. Ross is freed, however, when Maddox, an enemy of Ormsby's, confesses to the crime, and Flo is happily reconciled with the family and Ross.
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The Passionate Pilgrim
MovieJan 2, 1921

The Passionate Pilgrim

An innocent man goes to …
An innocent man goes to prison for obstruction of justice when his wife refuses to reveal that her father was killed by her mother (and it wasn't suicide). When he is finally released, he meets and becomes involved with a young woman who belongs to the town's influential elite. Once again, he finds himself caught up in intrigue - which eventually leads to his exposing the mayor of the town as corrupt.
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1920
Blackbirds
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MovieDec 4, 1920

Blackbirds

Adventuress Leonie Sobatsky falls in love with a young man …
Adventuress Leonie Sobatsky falls in love with a young man named Nevil Trask, and he with her. Trask doesn't know that Leonie is actually the head of an international smuggling ring--and Leonie doesn't know that Trask is an undercover Secret Service agent assigned to break up the ring and capture its head.
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The World and His Wife
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MovieJul 18, 1920

The World and His Wife

The World and His Wife is a …
The World and His Wife is a lost American 1920 silent drama film produced by Cosmopolitan Productions and distributed through Paramount Pictures. Directed by Robert G. Vignola, the film was based on the 1908 Broadway play of the same name by Charles Frederic Nirdlinger, which was adapted from the Spanish language play El Gran Galeoto by Jose Echegaray Y Eizaguirre. The film stars Alma Rubens, Montagu Love, and Pedro de Cordoba and Broadway actress Margaret Dale in her film debut.
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Why Women Sin
MovieApr 1, 1920

Why Women Sin

So engrossed by his desire to be elected governor, Philip …
So engrossed by his desire to be elected governor, Philip Pemberton neglects his wife Dorothy. Horton, a political boss opposes Pemberton's candidacy and conspires to prevent his election. To accomplish this, Horton hires two crooks to pose as the Baron and Baroness De Ville to gain Dorothy's confidence. One day while out motoring with Dorothy, the Baroness feigns illness and is taken to the bedroom of an inn, where her husband unexpectedly appears. When the Baroness steps out, the frame-up for a potential scandal is completed. Horton threatens to blackmail Pemberton with the situation unless he drops out of the race, but at the last minute a detective who has been tracking the Baroness appears and arrests her, exposing the Horton plot. Pemberton then realizes he has neglected his wife and begs her forgiveness, which she grants.
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Mary Ellen Comes to Town
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MovieMar 21, 1920

Mary Ellen Comes to Town

A simple country girl comes …
A simple country girl comes to the big city and is taken advantage of by unscrupulous city-slickers.
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1919
Counterfeit
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MovieNov 30, 1919

Counterfeit

In order to secretly replenish the family's failing fortunes, …
In order to secretly replenish the family's failing fortunes, Virginia Griswold secures a position in the Secret Service to apprehend a group of counterfeiters and gain the reward money. Virginia infiltrates Newport society and discovers that Mrs. Palmer, wife of a wealthy resident, is involved with Vincent Cortez, a foreign adventurer. Cortez gives Mrs. Palmer counterfeit bills which Virginia removes from a safe while being watched by Stuart Kent, who is in love with her. Later Kent becomes angry when he sees Cortez embrace Virginia. Virginia leads detectives to a yacht used as headquarters by the counterfeiters. The gang is arrested and Virginia gains the reward. Colonel Harrington, a close friend of the family, explains the situation to Kent, and the couple is reunited.
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The Teeth of the Tiger
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MovieNov 2, 1919

The Teeth of the Tiger

The Teeth of the Tiger is a …
The Teeth of the Tiger is a 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Chester Withey and written by Roy Somerville based upon a novel of the same name by Maurice Leblanc. The film stars David Powell, Marguerite Courtot, Templar Saxe, Myrtle Stedman, Joseph Herbert, Charles L. MacDonald, and Riley Hatch. The film was released on November 2, 1919, by Paramount Pictures.
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The Isle of Conquest
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MovieOct 26, 1919

The Isle of Conquest

Elegant widow Mrs. Harmon, finds her funds are quickly …
Elegant widow Mrs. Harmon, finds her funds are quickly dwindling, sees that her charms cannot pull the wealthy Van Surdam away from his mistress Claire Wilson, she uses her daughter Ethel to bait him. Ethel marries to please her mother, but suffers from Van Surdam's brutality and learns to hate men. John Arnold, once a promising shipbuilder, but now a drunkard, hates women because earlier his fiancee Claire left him for Van Surdam. When Ethel accompanies her family on a cruise and their boat is torpedoed by a submarine, John, the ship's stoker, rescues Ethel and swims with her to a deserted island. After months of distrust, they learn to love each other and are about to perform a marriage rite when a rescue ship arrives. When Ethel repulses Van Surdam's advances on the ship and he attacks her, John saves her. Van Surdam, suspicious of their relationship, dies from a heart attack, and a year later John and Ethel marry.
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The New Moon
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MovieMay 11, 1919

The New Moon

The New Moon is a 1919 silent film adventure drama directed by …
The New Moon is a 1919 silent film adventure drama directed by Chester Withey and produced by and starring Norma Talmadge, with Pedro de Cordoba and Charles K. Gerrard.
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The Pest
MovieApr 20, 1919

The Pest

Naive country girl Jigs Blodgett makes friends with Gene …
Naive country girl Jigs Blodgett makes friends with Gene Giles, the nephew of a wealthy judge. Shady John Harland is courting the judge's daughter Blanche because of her father's money and position. To amuse herself, Blanche invites Jigs to a party with her "sophiscated" friends, intending to humiliate and embarrass Jigs. Things don't quite go the way Blanche planned.
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Something to Do
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MovieApr 13, 1919

Something to Do

Something to Do is a lost 1919 American silent comedy film …
Something to Do is a lost 1919 American silent comedy film directed by Donald Crisp and written by Maximilian Foster and Will M. Ritchey. The film stars Bryant Washburn, Ann Little, Robert Brower, Charles K. Gerrard, Adele Farrington, and Charles Ogle. The film was released on April 13, 1919, by Paramount Pictures.
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Venus in the East
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MovieJan 26, 1919

Venus in the East

Buddy McNair is so enchanted by the newspaper photos of …
Buddy McNair is so enchanted by the newspaper photos of New York society beauty Mrs. Pat Dyvenot that he decides to leave Colorado with his newly inherited fortune, travel to New York, and win her heart. On the train, some gamblers, apparently aided by a pretty girl named Martha, cheat Buddy out of a large sum, and in New York, his lack of eastern polish makes him appear foolish.
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1918
Beans
MovieSep 16, 1918

Beans

Beans released.
The Hun Within
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MovieAug 25, 1918

The Hun Within

A German-American father, loyal to his new U.S. home, finds …
A German-American father, loyal to his new U.S. home, finds himself on opposite sides with his son in the wartime conflict between Germany and America. The son becomes involved with German agents plotting against U.S., and the father must decide between his son and his adopted homeland.
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The Legion of Death
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MovieJan 1, 1918

The Legion of Death

The Legion of Death released.
1917
The Fair Barbarian
MovieDec 17, 1917

The Fair Barbarian

An Englishman who has made his fortune in America decides to …
An Englishman who has made his fortune in America decides to return to England. He takes his daughter, Octavia, to pay a visit to her relatives, especially Miss Belinda Bassett, an aunt whom she has never seen. The father is called to America by an important business cable, and Octavia goes on alone to her aunt. Slowbridge, the home of this aunt, is a sleepy little English village whose snobbish small town aristocracy is headed by the pompous Lady Theobald. Lady Theobald has everyone under her thumb, including Miss Bassett and her own granddaughter, Lucia, a sweet, shy English girl. Octavia has about the effect of a dynamite bomb in Slowbridge. Her dresses, her breezy ways, her unconventional conduct, all infuriate Lady Theobald, and at first terrify her aunt. Little by little, however, Octavia becomes a general favorite. She enjoys engineering a love affair between the bashful Lucia and a fine young man, who because he is a mere manufacturer, and not a "gentleman of leisure," has no social standing in Slowbridge. The worst blow to Lady Theobald comes when her nephew, Captain Barold, becomes exceedingly fond of Octavia. His manner of demonstrating his affection does not please Octavia, for he seems to feel that he is doing her a tremendous favor in bestowing his affection upon her. She decides to teach him a lesson. Lady Theobald wants Captain Barold to marry her niece, Lucia. Lucia, however, is in love with the manufacturer. Lady Theobald is horrified when she sees Octavia snatching this wonderful catch away from Lucia. Just when Slowbridge is about to blow up with agitation, Captain Barold puts his fortune to the test. He asks Octavia to marry him. She refuses, thereby succeeding in injuring his bump of conceit. Octavia's father arrives with the news that he is more than a millionaire; that his mining stock has recently doubled in value. With him comes Jack Belsays, an energetic American youth who is a type as foreign to Slowbridge as Octavia. What is the surprise of the small township to learn that Octavia has been engaged to Jack all the time, and never at all anxious to fasten herself upon English small town society or to intrude into their affairs. A marriage ceremony follows in Miss Bassett's little villa with young Poppleton, the curate officiating. Through Octavia's good offices, another wedding follows later, that of Lucia and the young manufacturer, whom even Lady Theobald has come to realize is fully worthy of respect, and of the hand of her granddaughter, Lucia.
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Little Miss Optimist
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MovieAug 26, 1917

Little Miss Optimist

Little Miss Optimist is a 1917 American silent drama film …
Little Miss Optimist is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Robert Thornby and written by Gardner Hunting. The film stars Vivian Martin, Tom Moore, Charles West, Ernest Joy, Charles K. Gerrard, and Helen Bray. The film was released on August 26, 1917, by Paramount Pictures.
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Down to Earth
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MovieAug 12, 1917

Down to Earth

A healthy outdoors-type follows the girl he loves to a resort for …
A healthy outdoors-type follows the girl he loves to a resort for wealthy hypochondriacs. In order to prove to her and the other patients that their "illnesses" are all in their minds, he hatches a scheme to take them on a boat ride, then get them stranded in the wilderness, where he can show them that they can live without their pills, doctors and "cures".
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1916
The Plow Girl
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MovieNov 13, 1916

The Plow Girl

Lord Percy is eager to marry into the Brentwood family and …
Lord Percy is eager to marry into the Brentwood family and hires struggling attorney John Stoddard to go to South Africa to find Lady Brentwood's long-lost granddaughter. While there, John rescues Margot from her brutal guardian, James Varley, and then, unable to locate the missing woman, decides to bring Margot back to London to pose as the granddaughter and marry Percy. Lady Brentwood, whose daughter was killed in South Africa, is delighted at finally having an heir, but then, conscience-stricken, John and Margot decide to confess. While they do so, however, Varley arrives, determined to gain revenge on John. Suddenly, though, he softens, and explains that he killed Margot's parents, who were Lady Brentwood's daughter and son-in-law, and raised their child. Then, after the discovery that she really is Lady Brentwood's heir, Margot decides to ignore Percy to marry John instead.
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The Country That God Forgot
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MovieOct 2, 1916

The Country That God Forgot

The Country That God Forgot released.
1883
Charles K. Gerrard
BirthDecember 1883

Charles K. Gerrard

Charles K. Gerrard was born.
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