Charles Hill Mailes

Actor - USA
Born May 25, 1870 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Died February 17, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Charles Hill Mailes was born on May 25, 1870 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He was an American Actor, known for The Seekers (1916), Three mounted men (1918), The Battle (1911), Charles Hill Mailes's first movie on record is from 1909. He was married to Claire McDowell. Charles Hill Mailes died on February 17, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1927.

Charles Hill Mailes Filmography [Auszug]
1927: [] Bitter Apples (Cast: Cyrus Thornden), Directed by Harry O. Hoyt, with Ruby Blaine, Monte Blue, Sidney de Gray,
1927: [] Drums of Love (Cast: Duke de Granada), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lionel Barrymore, Don Alvarado, Mary Philbin,
1927: [] The College Widow (Cast), Directed by Archie Mayo, with William Collier jr., Reginald Sheffield, Robert Ryan,
1926: [] Old Ironsides (Cast: Commodore Preble), Directed by James Cruze, with Charles Farrell, Esther Ralston, Wallace Beery,
1924: [02.03] When a Man's a Man (Cast: Jim Reid (as Charles Mailes) ), Directed by Edward F. Cline, with John Bowers, Marguerite de la Motte, Robert Frazer,
1923: [01.15] Name the Man (Cast: Attorney general), Directed by Victor Sjöström, with Mae Busch, Conrad Nagel, Hobart Bosworth,
1923: [04.01] Crashin' Thru (Cast: Benedict), Directed by Val Paul, with Harry Carey, Cullen Landis, Myrtle Stedman,
1922: [10.08] The Bond Boy (Cast: Isom Chase), Directed by Henry King, with Richard Barthelmess, Ned Sparks,
1921: [04.25] Uncharted Seas (Cast: Old Jim Eastman (AKA Charles Mailes)), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Alice Lake, Carl Gerard, Rudolph Valentino,
1920: [07.18] Go and get it (Cast: J.L. Rich (AKA C. Mailles)), Directed by Marshall Neilan, Henry Roberts Symonds, with Pat O'Malley, Wesley Barry, Agnes Ayres,
1920: [] The mark of Zorro (Cast), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Douglas Fairbanks, Noah Beery jr., Marguerite de la Motte,
1920: [05.24] Witch's Gold (Cast), Directed by Nat G. Deverich, with , Augustus Phillips, Gene Gauntier,
1920: [01.11] Haunting Shadows (Cast: Bates), Directed by Henry King, with H.B. Warner, Edward Peil,
1919: [] Red hot dollars (Cast), Directed by Jerome Storm, with William Conklin, Gladys George,
1919: [05.26] Full o' Pep (Cast: Escamillo Gomez), Directed by Harry L. Franklin, with Alice Lake, Hale Hamilton, Alice Knowland,
1919: [06.16] Fools and Their Money (Cast), Directed by Herbert Blaché, with Emmy Wehlen, Jack Mulhall, Emmett King,
1918: [11.08] The Lure of the Circus (Cast: Malcolm Somers), Directed by J.P. McGowan, with Eddie Polo, Eileen Sedgwick, Molly Malone,
1918: [10.07] Three mounted men (Three Wounded Men) (Cast: Warden), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, Joe Harris, Neva Gerber,
1918: [09.28] The Talk of the Town (The Girl Who Dared (Working title)) (Cast: ), Directed by Allen Holubar, with Dorothy Phillips, George Fawcett, Clarissa Selwynne,
1918: [08.10] The Brass Bullet (Cast: Homer Joy), Directed by Ben F. Wilson, with Jack Mulhall, Joseph W. Girard,
1918: [05.11] Danger Within (Cast: Matthew Wedgestone (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Rae Berger, with Zoe Rae, Winifred Greenwood, William A. Carroll,
1918: [04.01] The Magic Eye (Cast: Sam Bullard (as Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Rae Berger, with Henry A. Barrows, Claire du Brey, Zoe Rae,
1918: [03.13] The Girl Who Wouldn't Quit (Cast: Robert Carter (as Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Edgar Jones, with Louise Lovely, Henry A. Barrows, Mark Fenton,
1918: [01.28] The Fighting Grin (Cast: Otis Kennedy (as Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Joseph De Grasse, with Franklyn Farnum, Edith Johnson, J. Morris Foster,
1917: [12.09] Beloved Jim (Cast: Robert McGregor), Directed by Stuart Paton, with Harry Carter, Priscilla Dean, J. Morris Foster,
1917: [11.11] The Winged Mystery (Cast: Josiah Wayne), Directed by Joseph De Grasse, with Franklyn Farnum, Claire du Brey, Rosemary Theby,
1917: [11.05] The Lash of Power (The Lust of Power) (Cast: Charles W. Sherwood), Directed by Harry Solter, with Kenneth Harlan, Carmel Myers, Helen Wright,
1917: [10.08] The Girl Who Won Out (Cast: Mr. Wicks), Directed by Eugene Moore, with Violet MacMillan, Barbara Conley, Scott Pembroke,
1917: [10.01] The Spotted Lily (Bitter Sweet (Working title)) (Cast: Père Anatole (second episode)), Directed by Harry Solter, with Ella Hall, Jack Nelson,
1917: [09.27] A Romany Rose (Cast), Directed by Marshall Stedman, with Claire McDowell, Fred Montague, Martha Mattox,
1917: [08.20] The Lair of the Wolf (Cast: Robert Shepherd (AKA Charles Mailes)), Directed by Charles Swickard, with Donna Drew, Gretchen Lederer, Joseph W. Girard,
1917: [07.15] Hatton of Headquarters (Cast: Big Tim), Directed by Donald MacDonald, with Lee Hill, Agnes Vernon,
1917: [06.17] Come through (Hands Up! (Working title)) (Cast: John Lysaght), Directed by Jack Conway, with Alice Lake, Jean Hathaway, Herbert Rawlinson,
1917: [05.28] Southern Justice (Cast: Major Dillon (as Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Lynn Reynolds, with Myrtle Gonzalez, George Hernandez, Jack Curtis,
1917: [05.28] Money Madness (Cast: Whispering Smith (as Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Henry MacRae, with Don Bailey, ,
1917: [04.02] The Bronze Bride (Cast: Joe Dubois), Directed by Henry MacRae, with Claire McDowell, Frank Mayo, Edward Clark,
1917: [03.19] Polly Redhead (Cast: Duke of Osterley (AKA Charles Mailes)), Directed by Jack Conway, with Ella Hall, Gertrude Astor,
1917: [02.05] The Mysterious Mrs. Musslewhite (The Mysterious Mrs. M.) (Cast: Clubman), Directed by Lois Weber, with Harrison Ford, Mary MacLaren, Evelyn Selbie,
1916: [12.10] The People vs. John Doe (The Celebrated Stielow Case (Reissue title), God's Law (Reissue title)) (Cast: Detective), Directed by Lois Weber, with Harry de More, Evelyn Selbie, Willis Marke,
1916: [12.04] The Eagle's Wings (Cast: Senator Wright), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, Rufus Steele, with Grace Carlyle, Vola Vale, Herbert Rawlinson,
1916: [09.10] The Whirlpool of Destiny (Undercurrents (Working title)) (Cast: Thomas Bell), Directed by Otis Turner, with Bertram Grassby, Flora Parker DeHaven, Nanine Wright,
1916: [08.27] The Lady from the Sea (Cast: (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Raymond B. West, with Claire McDowell, Noble Johnson, Clyde Benson,
1916: [07.17] The Seekers (Cast: Reverend Israel Mount (AKA Charles Mailes) ), Directed by Otis Turner, with Flora Parker DeHaven, Paul Byron,
1916: [04.05] Paths That Crossed (Cast: Thomas Mandell (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by J. Farrell MacDonald, with Adelaide Woods, Claire McDowell,
1916: [02.23] The Guilt of Stephen Eldridge (Cast: Stephen Eldridge (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by J. Farrell MacDonald, with G. Raymond Nye, Ivan Christy,
1915: [11.03] Dora Thorne (Cast: Prince Borgezi (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Lawrence Marston, with Lionel Barrymore, William Russell, Millicent Evans,
1915: [08.10] The Law of Love (Cast: Judge Murdock (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by J. Farrell MacDonald, with Madge Kirby, Joseph Ruben,
1915: [07.21] Under Two Flags (Cast: Arab Chief (as Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Travers Vale, with Louise Vale, Franklin Ritchie,
1915: [05.30] The Americano (Cast: The Alcalde), Directed by Travers Vale, with Alan Hale, Louise Vale, Franklin Ritchie,
1915: [05.25] Captain Fracasse (Cast: The Duke (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by N. N., with Alan Hale, Vola Vale, Kate Bruce,
1914: [12.08] Cousin Pons (Cast: Cousin Sylvain Pons (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Travers Vale, with Edward Cecil, Ivan Christy,
1914: [11.00] The Woman in Black (Cast: Mr. Everett), Directed by Lawrence Marston, with Lionel Barrymore, Alan Hale, Mrs. A.C. Marston,
1914: [10.00] The Wages of Sin (Cast: (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by N. N., with Walter Miller, Irene Howley, Franklin Ritchie,
1914: [06.27] Seven Days (Cast: Flannagan), Directed by N. N., with John T. Dillon, Louise Orth,
1914: [06.14] Lord Chumley (Cast), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Lillian Gish, Henry B. Walthall, Mary Alden,
1914: [05.14] Liberty Belles (Cast: Justice of the Peace), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Dorothy Gish, Jack Pickford, Gertrude Bambrick,
1914: [04.25] Brute Force (In Prehistoric Days, Wars of the Primal Tribes, Primitive Man: A Psychological Comedy Founded on Darwin's Theory of the Genesis of Man (Working title)) (Cast: Valet (Prologue) / Tribesman (The Old Days)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Robert Harron, Mae Marsh, William J. Butler,
1914: [03.08] Judith of Bethulia (Her Condoned Sin) (Cast: Bethulian Soldier ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Henry B. Walthall, Mae Marsh,
1914: [02.26] The Massacre (Cast: In Wagon Train), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Wilfred Lucas, Blanche Sweet, Charles West,
1914: [02.05] The Dilemma (Cast: The Dissolute Husband), Directed by George Morgan, with William Russell, Louise Vale,
1914: [01.19] The Fatal Wedding (Cast), Directed by Lawrence Marston, with Walter Miller, Millicent Evans, Irene Howley,
1913: [12.00] The Battle at Elderbush Gulch (Cast: Ranch Owner), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mae Marsh, , Alfred Paget,
1913: [11.22] By Man's Law (Cast: The Oil Magnate), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Alfred Paget, Mildred Manning,
1913: [10.25] The Madonna of the Storm (Cast: The Father), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lillian Gish, J. Jiquel Lanoe,
1913: [09.20] For the Son of the House (Cast: The Minister ), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Mae Marsh, Charles West, John T. Dillon,
1913: [09.08] A Modest Hero (Cast: First Thief), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Walter Miller, Lillian Gish,
1913: [08.23] Two Men of the Desert (Cast: (--??--)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Henry B. Walthall, Walter Miller,
1913: [08.21] The Work Habit (Cast: The Street Commissioner), Directed by Anthony O'Sullivan, with Lionel Barrymore, Kathleen Butler, Claire McDowell,
1913: [08.02] When Love Forgives (Cast: The Employer ), Directed by Anthony O'Sullivan, with Charles West, Frances Nelson, George Beranger,
1913: [07.26] The Coming of Angelo (Cast: Guido), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Adolphe Lestina,
1913: [07.03] Faust and the Lily (Cast: The Devil), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Edward Dillon, Charles Murray,
1913: [06.28] Her Mother's Oath (Cast: The MinisterMedicine Show Patron), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Jennie Lee, Dorothy Gish, Henry B. Walthall,
1913: [06.21] The Mothering Heart (Cast: Club Patron), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Walter Miller, Lillian Gish, Kate Bruce,
1913: [06.19] Almost a Wild Man (Cast: In Audience), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Charles Murray, Gus Pixley, Edward Dillon,
1913: [06.09] Red Hicks Defies the World (Cast: In Crowd (/xx/)), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Charles Murray, Edward Dillon, Dorothy Gish,
1913: [05.24] Just Gold (Cast: The Father), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lionel Barrymore, Lillian Gish, Alfred Paget,
1913: [05.17] The Yaqui Cur (Cast: The Yaqui Chief / Goldseeker), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Walter Miller,
1913: [05.10] The House of Darkness (Cast: The Lunatic aka The 'Unfortunate' Patient), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lionel Barrymore, Claire McDowell,
1913: [05.03] The Wanderer (Cast: The Father), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Henry B. Walthall, Christy Cabanne,
1913: [04.19] A misunderstood Boy (Cast: A Thieving Merchant), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lionel Barrymore, Kate Bruce, Lillian Gish,
1913: [04.14] He Had a Guess Coming (Cast: At Temperance Lecture), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Charles Murray, Edward Dillon, John T. Dillon,
1913: [04.24] The Cure (Cast: (--??--) ), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Grace Lewis, William J. Butler, Gus Pixley,
1913: [02.24] A Chance deception (Cast: The Jealous Husband ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Harry Carey,
1913: [03.20] Near to Earth (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lionel Barrymore, Gertrude Bambrick, Robert Harron,
1913: [03.06] The Fatal Wedding (Cast: The Devoted One), Directed by Anthony O'Sullivan, with Claire McDowell, Pearl Sindelar,
1913: [02.06] Oil and Water (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Henry B. Walthall, Walter Miller,
1913: [02.03] Brothers (Cast: The Father ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Robert Harron, Clara T. Bracy,
1913: [01.16] An adventure in the autumn Woods (Cast: Second Thief), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mae Marsh, W. Chrystie Miller, Lionel Barrymore,
1913: [01.06] The Telephone Girl and the Lady (Cast: The Girl), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mae Marsh, Claire McDowell, Alfred Paget,
1913: [03.15] The Unwelcome Guest (Cast: The Son), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mary Pickford, W. Chrystie Miller,
1912: [10.24] The painted Lady (Cast: Der Vater), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Joseph Graybill,
1912: [10.03] A Feud in the Kentucky Hills (Cast: The Father), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mary Pickford, Elmer Booth,
1912: [09.30] So Near, Yet So Far (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Walter Miller, Mary Pickford, Robert Harron,
1912: [09.23] Friends (Cast: The Bartender), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Lionel Barrymore,
1912: [09.09] An unseen Enemy (Cast: /xx/), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Elmer Booth,
1912: [08.01] The Narrow Road (Cast: The Counterfeiter), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Elmer Booth, Mary Pickford,
1912: [07.15] The Speed Demon (Cast: Kudge (as Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Kate Toncray, Dell Henderson,
1912: [07.11] Man's Genesis (Cast: Cave Man (AKA Charles H. Mailes)), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with W. Chrystie Miller, Robert Harron, Mae Marsh,
1912: [06.27] The School Teacher and the Waif (Cast: Nora's Father), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Edwin August, Mary Pickford,
1912: [06.03] Algy the Watchman (Cast: One of the Bank President), Directed by Henry Lehrman, with Fred Mace, Dell Henderson, Edward Dillon,
1912: [05.23] A Close Call (Cast: Man in Crowd), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Fred Mace, Dell Henderson, Kate Bruce,
1912: [04.29] The Lesser Evil (Cast: The Revenue Officer / Policeman), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Edwin August, Mae Marsh,
1912: [04.08] Fate's Interception (Cast: The Mexican Sweetheart), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mary Pickford, Wilfred Lucas,
1912: [04.01] Those Hicksville Boys (Cast: Picnicker), Directed by Mack Sennett, with Dell Henderson, Fred Mace, Grace Henderson,
1912: [] A Beast at Bay (Cast: A Guard), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Mary Pickford, Edwin August, Mae Marsh,
1912: [03.28] The Girl and her Trust (Cast: Remote Telegraph Operator (/xx/) ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Dorothy Bernard, Wilfred Lucas, William A. Carroll,
1912: [] The Goddess of Sagebrush Gulch (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Dorothy Bernard, Charles West,
1912: [02.26] The Sun Beam (Cast: Janitor), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Ynez Seabury, Claire McDowell, Dell Henderson,
1912: [02.22] Under Burning Skies (Cast: In Bar / At Farewell Party), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Wilfred Lucas, Blanche Sweet, Christy Cabanne,
1912: [01.29] A Blot on the 'Scutcheon (Cast: Thorold, Earl Tresham ), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Dorothy Bernard, Edwin August,
1912: [01.11] The Eternal Mother (Cast: Mary), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Edwin August, Blanche Sweet, Mabel Normand,
1912: [01.08] A Tale of the Wilderness (Cast: The Outlaw), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Dorothy Bernard, Edwin August,
1912: [01.01] The Baby and the Stork (Cast: Bobby's Father), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Edna Foster, Claire McDowell,
1911: [01.22] For His Son (Cast: The Father, a Physician), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles West, Blanche Sweet,
1911: [11.16] Through Darkened Vales (Cast: Oculist), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Grace Henderson, Charles West,
1911: [10.26] The Long Road (Cast: A Priest / In Bar), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Blanche Sweet, Grace Henderson, Charles West,
1911: [11.06] The Battle (Cast: The Union Commander), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Charles West, Blanche Sweet,
1911: [] The Revenue Man and the Girl (The Revenue Man and His Girl) (Cast: Father, Chief of Moonshiners), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Dorothy West, Edwin August, Gladys Egan,
1911: [] Saved from Himself (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Joseph Graybill, Mabel Normand,
1910: [09.26] The Rose o' Salem-Town (Cast: Indianer), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Dorothy West, Clara T. Bracy, Henry B. Walthall,
1910: [09.22] The Oath and the Man (Cast: Aristocrat), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Henry B. Walthall, Florence Barker, W. Chrystie Miller,
1910: [] The smoker (Cast: The Father (unconfirmed)), Directed by Frank Powell, with Billy Quirk, Mary Pickford,
1909: [] A corner in wheat (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Henry B. Walthall, Marion Leonard, James Kirkwood,
1909: [06.17] The faded Lilies (Cast: Francois), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with David Miles, James Kirkwood, Linda Arvidson,
1909: [] The lonely villa (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, David Miles, Mary Pickford,
1909: [02.25] At the altar (Cast), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Marion Leonard, Charles Inslee, Barry O'Moore,

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