Charles Sarver was born circa in 1871. He was an American Author, known for Shall we forgive her? (1917), Nero (1922), The Little Boy Scout (1917), Charles Sarver's first movie on record is from 1916. Charles Sarver died on November 9, 1944 in New York City, New York, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1922.
Charles Sarver Filmography [Auszug]
1922: [09.22] Nero (Scenario), Directed by J. Gordon Edwards, with Jacques Grétillat, Sandro Salvini, Guido Trento,
1919: [09.15] Forest Rivals (Story), Directed by Harry O. Hoyt, with Dorothy Green, Arthur Ashley, Jack Drumier,
1919: [07.28] Bringing Up Betty (Story), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Evelyn Greeley, Lyster Chambers, Reginald Denny,
1918: [09.16] T'other Dear Charmer (Story), Directed by William P.S. Earle, with Louise Huff, John Bowers, Charles Dungan,
1918: [06.30] A Little Sister of Everybody (Scenario), Directed by Robert Thornby, with Bessie Love, George Fisher, Joseph J. Dowling,
1917: [10.15] Shall we forgive her? (Scenario), Directed by Arthur Ashley, with June Elvidge, Arthur Ashley, John Bowers,
1917: [06.28] The Little Boy Scout (Story), Directed by Francis J. Grandon, with Ann Pennington, Owen Moore, Fraunie Fraunholz,
1917: [04.22] A Mormon Maid (Scenario), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Mae Murray, Frank Borzage, Hobart Bosworth,
1916: [11.13] The Plow Girl (Scenario), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Mae Murray, Elliott Dexter, Charles K. Gerrard,
1916: [10.30] The Soul of Kura San (Scenario), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Sessue Hayakawa, Myrtle Stedman, Tsuru Aoki,
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