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Cast Member : Charles Sullivan

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Charles Sullivan, DEATH ON THE DIAMOND

Charles Sullivan, DEATH ON THE DIAMOND

 Born  1899-04-24
Monroe, LA
 Died  1972-06-25
Los Angeles, CA

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1933-11-24 DANCING LADY Ted Healy and His Stooges Taxi driver
2.  1934-09-14 DEATH ON THE DIAMOND Ted Healy (Solo) Taxi driver
3.  1934-11-28 THE CAPTAIN HATES THE SEA Moe, Larry and Curly Taxi driver
4.  1935-05-24 MURDER IN THE FLEET Ted Healy (Solo) Sailor
5.  1936-06-26 SAN FRANCISCO Ted Healy (Solo) Fire spectator
6.  1940-09-13 THE LEATHERPUSHERS Shemp Howard (Solo) Fighter
7.  1940-11-29 THE BANK DICK Shemp Howard (Solo) Greene's driver
8.  1941-05-30 IN THE NAVY Shemp Howard (Solo) Sailor
9.  1941-06-27 HIT THE ROAD Shemp Howard (Solo) Chauffeur
10.  1942-03-20 BUTCH MINDS THE BABY Shemp Howard (Solo) Big Nig
11.  1942-12-11 PITTSBURGH Shemp Howard (Solo) Miner
12.  1944-11-25 THE DOUGHGIRLS Joe DeRita (Solo) Man with grip
13.  1953-08-14 I, THE JURY Joe Besser (Solo)

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