Charles Logue

Author, Director - USA
Born February 8, 1889 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Died August 2, 1938 in Venice, California, USA
Other names or known as : Charles A. Logue,

Mini-Biography:
Charles Logue was born on February 8, 1889 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was an American Author, Director, known for Love Toy (1926), My four years in Germany (1918), The Tiger's Trail (1919), Charles Logue's first movie on record is from 1916. Charles Logue died on August 2, 1938 in Venice, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1930.

Charles Logue Filmography [Auszug]
1930: [] The Storm (Scenario), Directed by William Wyler, with Lupe Velez, Paul Cavanagh, William Boyd,
1929: [09.01] The Drake Case (Story), Directed by Edward Laemmle, with Gladys Brockwell, Robert Frazer, Forrest Stanley,
1928: [] The Shakedown (Scenario), Directed by William Wyler, with James Murray, Barbara Kent, George Kotsonaros,
1926: [/ /1] Love Toy (Scenario), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Helene Costello, Myrna Loy, Lowell Sherman,
1925: [] Clash of the Wolves (Scenario), Directed by Noel Mason Smith, with June Marlowe, Charles Farrell, ,
1922: [08.21] Heroes and Husbands (Story: (AKA Charles A. Logue)), Directed by Chester Withey, with Katherine MacDonald, Nigel Barrie, Charles Clary,
1921: [09.15] Miss 139 (Amazing Lovers, The Amazing Lover) (Scenario), Directed by B.A. Rolfe, with Diana Allen, Marc McDermott, ,
1920: [11.15] Man and Woman (Another Chance) (Director: (AKA Charles A. Logue)), Directed by B.A. Rolfe, with Diana Allen, Joe King, ,
1920: [01.15] Even as Eve (Scenario: (AKA Charles A. Logue)), Directed by B.A. Rolfe, with Grace Darling, Ramsey Wallace, E.J. Ratcliffe,
1919: [10.26] Flame of the Desert (Story: (AKA Charles A. Logue)), Directed by Reginald Barker, with Geraldine Farrar, Lou Tellegen, Alec B. Francis,
1919: [04.20] The Tiger's Trail (Scenario), Directed by Robert Ellis, Louis J. Gasnier, with Ruth Roland, George Larkin, Mark Strong,
1918: [11.18] The Master Mystery (Scenario: (AKA Charles A. Logue) ), Directed by Burton L. King, Harry Grossman, with , Marguerite Marsh, Jack Burns,
1918: [10.06] The Kingdom of Youth (Story: (AKA Charles A. Logue) ), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Madge Kennedy, Tom Moore, Marie De Wolfe,
1918: [09.16] Just for Tonight (Story), Directed by Charles Giblyn, with Tom Moore, , Henry Sedley,
1918: [07.07] The Service Star (The Flag of Mothers) (Scenario), Directed by Charles Miller, with Madge Kennedy, , Maude Turner Gordon,
1918: [03.10] My four years in Germany (Scenario), Directed by William Nigh, with Halbert Brown, Willard Dashiell, Louis Dean,
1917: [11.12] Outwitted (Based on ), Directed by George D. Baker, with Emily Stevens, Earle Foxe, Frank Currier,
1917: [09.17] Their Compact (Based on ), Directed by Edwin Carewe, with Francis X. Bushman, Beverly Bayne, ,
1917: [01.06] A Wife by proxy (Based on ), Directed by John H. Collins, with Mabel Taliaferro, Robert Walker, Sally Crute,
1916: [09.21] Ashes of Embers (Scenario: (AKA Charles A. Logue) ), Directed by Joseph Kaufman, Edward Josť, with Pauline Frederick, Earle Foxe, Frank Losee,

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