Charles Giblyn

Actor, Director, Author - USA
Born September 6, 1871 in Watertown, New York, USA
Died March 14, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Charles Giblyn was born on September 6, 1871 in Watertown, New York, USA. He was an American Actor, Director, Author, known for Woman Trap (1929), The Vengeance of Fate (1911), An Indian Legend (1911), Charles Giblyn's first movie on record is from 1911. Charles Giblyn died on March 14, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1932.

Charles Giblyn Filmography [Auszug]
1932: [11.17] Afraid to Talk (Merry-Go-Round) (Cast: Doctor (/xx/) ), Directed by Edward L. Cahn, with Eric Linden, Sidney Fox, Tully Marshall,
1929: [/ /1] Woman Trap (Cast), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Evelyn Brent, William Davidson, Effie Ellsler,
1924: [11/23] The Price of a Party (Director), with Hope Hampton, Harrison Ford, Arthur Edmund Carewe,
1922: [09/24] A Woman's Woman (Director), with Mary Alden, Louise Lee, Dorothy Mackaill,
1921: [] The Mountain Woman (Director), with Pearl White,
1921: [] Know your men (Director), with Wilfred Lytell, Pearl White,
1920: [] The Tiger's Club (Director), with Pearl White,
1920: [05.09] The Dark Mirror (Director), with Dorothy Dalton, Huntley Gordon, Walter D. Nealand,
1920: [03.07] Black Is White (Director), with Dorothy Dalton, Holmes Herbert, Jack Crosby,
1919: [09.21] The Spite Bride (Director), with Olive Thomas, Robert Ellis, Jack Mulhall,
1919: [06.08] Upstairs and Down (Up-stairs and Down) (Director), with Olive Thomas, Rosemary Theby, Mary Charleson,
1918: [10.21] A Perfect 36 (A Perfect Thirty-Six) (Director), with Mabel Normand, Rod La Rocque, Flora Zabelle,
1918: [09.16] Just for Tonight (Director), with Tom Moore, , Henry Sedley,
1918: [09.02] Peck's Bad Girl (Director), with Mabel Normand, Earle Foxe, Corinne Barker,
1918: [04.28] Let's Get a Divorce (Director), with Billie Burke, John Miltern, Pinna Nesbit,
1918: [04.20] At the Mercy of Men (Ruthless Russia (Working title), The Bride's Revenge (Working title)) (Director: (about a third of the scenes) (/xx/)), Directed by Charles Miller, Joseph Kaufman, with Alice Brady, Frank Morgan, Jack W. Johnston,
1918: [03.11] Sunshine Nan (Director), with Ann Pennington, Richard Barthelmess, Johnny Hines,
1918: [01.00] The Studio Girl (Director), with Constance Talmadge, Earle Foxe, Edna Earle,
1917: [12.22] The Honeymoon (Director), with Constance Talmadge, Earle Foxe, Maude Turner Gordon,
1917: [07.29] The Lesson (Director), with Constance Talmadge, Tom Moore, Walter Hiers,
1917: [02.00] The Price she paid (Director), with Clara Kimball Young, Louise Beaudet, Cecil Fletcher,
1916: [10.29] Somewhere in France (Director), with Louise Glaum, Howard C. Hickman, Joseph J. Dowling,
1916: [07.09] A Dead Yesterday (Director), with Hobart Henley, Jean Hathaway, Cleo Madison,
1916: [06.11] The Sorrows of Love (Director), with Wedgwood Nowell, Bessie Barriscale, Ora Carew,
1916: [05.14] Not My Sister (Director), with Bessie Barriscale, Louise Brownell, William Desmond,
1916: [04.23] Civilization's Child (Director), with William H. Thompson, Anna Lehr, Jack Standing,
1916: [02.01] Peggy (Director), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Billie Burke, William Desmond, William H. Thompson,
1916: [08.06] Honor Thy Name (Director), with Frank Keenan, Louise Glaum, Charles Ray,
1915: [10.02] Her Three Mothers (Director), with Agnes Vernon, William Quinn, Eva Thatcher,
1915: [09.07] The Deceivers (Director), with Agnes Vernon, Willis Marks, John T. Dillon,
1915: [08.16] Extravagance (Director), with Cleo Madison, Hobart Henley, Adele Farrington,
1915: [08.14] A Fiery Introduction (Director), with Cleo Madison, S.J. Bingham, Ray Hanford,
1915: [07.20] The Flight of a Night Bird (The Ways of Men (Working title), The Ways of a Man (Working title)) (Director), with Cleo Madison, Hobart Henley, Ray Hanford,
1915: [07.06] The People of the Pit (Director), with Cleo Madison, Joe King, Ray Hanford,
1915: [07/03] Jane's Declaration of Independence (Director), with Hobart Henley, Agnes Vernon, Frank MacQuarrie,
1915: [06.10] In His Mind's Eye (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Agnes Vernon,
1915: [05.28] The Nightmare of a Movie Fan (Director), with Joe King, Beatrice Van, Ray Hanford,
1915: [05.12] The Dancer (Director), with Cleo Madison, Joe King,
1915: [04/28] The Faith of Her Fathers (Director), with Cleo Madison, Murdock MacQuarrie, Joe King,
1915: [04.22] The Fear Within (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Agnes Vernon, Albert MacQuarrie,
1915: [04.20] The Whirling Disk (Director), with Cleo Madison, Joe King, Ray Hanford,
1915: [04.13] A Wild Irish Rose (Director), with Cleo Madison, Joe King, Mae Talbot,
1915: [04.06] Putting One Over (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Agnes Vernon, Seymour Hastings,
1915: [04.01] The Cameo Ring (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Agnes Vernon, Beatrice Van,
1915: [03.25] No. 329 (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Agnes Vernon, Albert MacQuarrie,
1915: [03.16] At His Own Terms (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Agnes Vernon, Millard K. Wilson,
1915: [02.18] The Example (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Agnes Vernon, Pearl Summers,
1914: [12.05] The Foundlings of Father Time (Fondling of Father Time) (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, May Benson,
1914: [11.21] The Ninety Black Boxes (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Doc Crane, Mark Fenton,
1914: [10.17] Monsieur Bluebeard (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Jefferson Osborne, Doc Crane,
1914: [09.19] The Higher Law (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Pauline Bush, Doc Crane,
1914: [08.15] The oubliette (Director), with Murdock MacQuarrie, Pauline Bush, Lon Chaney,
1914: [07.22] By The Sun's Rays (Director: (--??--)), Directed by Tod Browning, with Murdock MacQuarrie, Lon Chaney, Seymour Hastings,
1914: [06.19] The Voice at the Telephone (Director), with Tom Chatterton, Harrington Reynolds, Ann Little,
1914: [03.12] The Silent Messenger (Director: (--??--)), Directed by Gilbert P. Hamilton, with Herschel Mayall, Ann Little,
1914: [01.29] Heart of a Woman (Director), with Tom Chatterton, Ann Little, Hazel Neason,
1913: [11.28] The Sign of the Snake (Director), with Sherman Bainbridge, Ann Little, William Clifford,
1913: [10.02] Exoneration (Director), with Charles Ray, , William Desmond Taylor,
1913: [10.01] The Greenhorn (Director), with William Clifford, Ann Little, Gayne Whitman,
1913: [08.29] The Green Shadow (Director), with Sherman Bainbridge, William Clifford,
1913: [08.01] Banzai (Director), with Richard Stanton, Alma Rubens, Sherman Bainbridge,
1913: [07.16] Old Mammy's Secret Code (Director), with Minnie Devereaux, Sherman Bainbridge, Ann Little,
1913: [] The Way of a Mother (Director), with Ethel Grandin, Mildred Bracken, George Fisher,
1913: [06.27] The Seal of Silence (Director), with Charles Edler, Louise Glaum, Richard Stanton,
1913: [06.25] The Transgressor (Director), with Charles Ray, Louise Glaum, John Ince,
1913: [06.01] The Battle of Gettysburg (Director: (Co-Director)), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, with Willard Mack, Charles K. French, Ann Little,
1913: [05.14] A Slave's Devotion (Director), with Charles Ray,
1913: [02.19] The Sharpshooter (Director), with Charles Ray, Joe King, Grace Cunard,
1913: [01.15] A Bluegrass Romance (Director), with Joe King, Ray Myers, J. Barney Sherry,
1911: [10.18] The Vengeance of Fate (La Vengeance du Destin) (Director), with Ethel Grandin, Charles K. French, Walter Edwards,
1911: [10.09] An Indian Legend (La Pierre fatale des Indes) (Director), with Grace Cunard, Francis Ford, Sherman Bainbridge,
1911: [/ /1] The Forlon Hope (Les diamonds du destin) (Director), with Sherman Bainbridge, Grace Cunard, Francis Ford,

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