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Actor Charlie Hall

Charlie Hall

  • Date of Birth:

    Birmingham, England, UK

  • Height:

    5' 4½" (1.64 m)

Biography:

Born in Birmingham, England, Charlie Hall was a member of the famed Fred Karno vaudeville troupe, which gave the world Charles Chaplin and Stan Laurel. Hall arrived in the U.S. in the early 1920s, after Chaplin and Laurel, and entered films playing a foil for many of the era's top comics. He is best remembered, though, as the short, stocky, black-haired, bad-tempered nemesis to Laurel and Oliver Hardy in scores of their films, often playing a husband jealous of Hardy's attentions to his wife, a competing store owner, or just a bystander who winds up in an altercation with the duo.

Charlie Hall Filmography

Aсtor (24)

Movie

Year

Movie Top Hat Top Hat

as Minor Role (uncredited)

2010
Movie Limelight Limelight

as Newsboy

1952
Movie Dressed to Kill Dressed to Kill

as Cab Driver

1946
Movie In Society In Society

as (uncredited)

1944
Movie The Canterville Ghost The Canterville Ghost

as Bold Sir Guy's Squire (uncredited)

1944
Movie The Lodger The Lodger

as Comedian

1944
Movie The Ape Man The Ape Man

as Barney (the photographer) (as Charles Hall)

1943
Movie One Night in the Tropics One Night in the Tropics

as Second S.S. Atlantica Steward (uncredited)

1940
Movie Primrose Path Primrose Path

as Man in Diner (uncredited)

1940
Movie Bachelor Mother Bachelor Mother

as Dance Hall Official

1939
Movie Hey! Hey! USA Hey! Hey! USA

as Leary's pal

1938
Movie Shall We Dance Shall We Dance

as Ship's Bartender (uncredited)

1937
Movie Swing Time Swing Time

as Taxi Driver

1936
Movie Annie Oakley Annie Oakley

as Drunk in Saloon (uncredited)

1935
Movie The Gay Divorcee The Gay Divorcee

as Messenger at Dock

1934
Movie Sons of the Desert Sons of the Desert

as Second Waiter (uncredited)

1933
Movie Cynara Cynara

as Courtroom Spectator

1932
Movie Million Dollar Legs Million Dollar Legs

as Klopstokian Athlete

1932
Movie What Price Hollywood? What Price Hollywood?

as Reporter (uncredited)

1932
Movie College College

as Coxswain (uncredited)

1928
Movie Alfred Hitchcock Presents Alfred Hitchcock Presents

as Man with Pool Cue (uncredited)

1956