Charles Maigne

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Author, Director, Editor - USA
Born November 11, 1879 in Richmond, Virginia, USA
Died November 28, 1929 in San Francisco, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Charles Maigne was born on November 11, 1879 in Richmond, Virginia, USA. He was an American Author, Director, Editor, known for The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1923), Drums of Fate (1923), The Bottle Imp (1917), Charles Maigne's first movie on record is from 1916. Charles Maigne died on November 28, 1929 in San Francisco, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1923.

Charles Maigne Filmography [Auszug]
1923: The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (Director), with Antonio Moreno, Mary Miles Minter, Ernest Torrence,
1923: Drums of Fate (Director), with Mary Miles Minter, Maurice 'Lefty' Flynn, George Fawcett,
1921: The Kentuckians (Director), with Monte Blue, Wilfred Lytell, Diana Allen,
1920: A Cumberland Romance (Romance of the Cumberland) (Director), with Mary Miles Minter, Monte Blue, John Bowers,
1920: The Copperhead (Director), with Lionel Barrymore, William P. Carleton, Francis Joyner,
1919: The Firing Line (Director), with Irene Castle, David Powell, Gladys Coburn,
1919: The Invisible Bond (Director), with Irene Castle, Huntley Gordon, Claire Adams,
1918: In the Hollow of Her Hand (Director), with Alice Brady, Myrtle Stedman, Louise Clark,
1918: Her Great Chance (Director), with Alice Brady, David Powell, Nellie Parker Spaulding,
1918: Out of a Clear Sky (Scenario), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Marguerite Clark, Thomas Meighan, E.J. Ratcliffe,
1918: Heart of the Wilds (Scenario), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Elsie Ferguson, Thomas Meighan, Joseph W. Smiley,
1918: The Danger Mark (Scenario), Directed by Hugh Ford, with Elsie Ferguson, Mahlon Hamilton, Crauford Kent,
1918: A Doll's House (Scenario), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Elsie Ferguson, Holmes Herbert, Alex Shannon,
1918: Prunella (Art Director), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Isabel Berwin, Nora Cecil, Marguerite Clark,
1918: The Lie (Scenario), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Elsie Ferguson, David Powell, John L. Shine,
1918: The Blue Bird (Scenario), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Tula Belle, Robin Macdougall, Edwin E. Reed,
1918: The Song of Songs (Scenario), Directed by Joseph Kaufman, with Elsie Ferguson, Frank Losee, Crauford Kent,
1918: The Knife (Scenario), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Alice Brady, Frank Morgan, Crauford Kent,
1918: Rose of the World (Scenario), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Elsie Ferguson, Wyndham Standing, Percy Marmont,
1917: The Rise of Jenny Cushing (Scenario), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Elsie Ferguson, Elliott Dexter, Fania Marinoff,
1917: The Hungry Heart (Scenario), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Pauline Frederick, Howard Hall, Robert Cain,
1917: Barbary Sheep (Scenario), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Elsie Ferguson, Lumsden Hare, Pedro de Cordoba,
1917: The Bottle Imp (Scenario), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Sessue Hayakawa, Lehua Waipahu, H Komshi,
1917: The Golden Fetter (Scenario), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Wallace Reid, Anita King, Tully Marshall,
1916: The Brand of Cowardice (Story), Directed by John W. Noble, with Lionel Barrymore, Grace Valentine, Robert Cummings,

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