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Charles Hutchison (I) (1879–1949)

Charles Hutchison was born on December 3, 1879 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA as Charles A. Hutchison. He was an actor and director, known for Lightning Hutch (1926), Hidden Aces (1927) and A Private Scandal (1931). He was married to Edith Thornton. He died on May 30, 1949 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Lightning Hutch Larry Hutchdale / 'Lightning Hutch'
Hidden Aces Larry Hutchdale


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 1944 Captain America
Merritt [Chs. 1-2] (uncredited)
 1943 The Masked Marvel
Henchman (uncredited)
 1942 Too Many Women
Waiter (uncredited)
 1940 Mysterious Doctor Satan
Proprietor [Ch. 5] (uncredited)
 1940 Adventures of Red Ryder
Rancher Brown [Ch. 6] (as Charles Hutchinson)
 1939 Dick Tracy's G-Men
Brandon (uncredited)
 1939 The Lone Ranger Rides Again
Townsman #5 (uncredited)
 1935 On Probation
Man at Station (uncredited)
 1933 The Mystic Hour
Robert Randall
 1927 Hidden Aces
Larry Hutchdale
 1926 The Trunk Mystery
Jim Manning
 1926 Lightning Hutch
Larry Hutchdale / 'Lightning Hutch'
 1926 Pirates of the Sky
Bob Manning
 1924 Ten After Ten
 1924 The Fatal Plunge
Ralph Darrell
 1924/I After Dark
Billy Fisk
 1924 Turned Up
Bruce Pomroy
 1924 Poison
Bob Marston
 1924 Hutch of the U.S.A.
Captain Juan de Barcelo / Hutch of the U.S.A
 1924 Surging Seas
Bob Sinclair
 1924 Hurricane Hutch in Many Adventures
Hurricane Hutch
 1923 Hutch Stirs 'em Up
Hurricane Hutch
 1922 Speed
Speed Stansbury
 1922 Go Get 'Em Hutch
 1921 Hurricane Hutch
Larry 'Hutch' Hutchdale
 1921 Double Adventure
Bob Cross / DIck Biddle
 1920 The Whirlwind
Robert Darrell aka The Whirlwind
 1919 The Great Gamble
Ralph Darrell
 1918 Wolves of Kultur
Bob Moore
 1918 The Desired Woman
Jarvis Saunders (as Charles Hutchinson)
 1918 Schools and Schools (Short)
 1917 The Golden God
 1917 The Mystic Hour
 1917 Pride and the Devil
Undetermined Role (as Charles Hutchinson)
 1917 God of Little Children
Robert Moran (as Charles Hutchinson)
 1916 War Brides
 1915 Not Guilty
Tom Matthews
 1915 Love and Bitters (Short)
Charlie, Edith's Brother
 1915 The Fortune Hunters (Short)
 1915 Putting Papa to Sleep (Short)
 1915 The Better Woman
Jim Travers (as Charles Hutchinson)
 1915 Love and Artillery (Short)
 1915 Divorced
Eugene Manson (as Charles Hutchinson)
 1915 Rip Van Winkle Badly Ripped (Short)
Rip's Daughter's Sweetheart
 1915 The Master of the House
Undetermined Role (as Charles Hutchinson)
 1914 Winning the Prize (Short)
Charles Morton - the Millionaire
 1914 The Wayward Son (Short)
The Wayward Son
 1914 The Tale of a Lonesome Dog (Short)
Lady's Master
 1914 The Little Angel of Canyon Creek
Bishop Mills (as Charles Hutchinson)
 1914 The Lass o' Killikrankie (Short)
Laird MacNabb
 1914/I Lena Rivers
Durward Belmont (as Charles Hutchinson)
 1914 The Girl and the Smuggler (Short)
The Assistant Lighthouse Keeper
 1914 Simple Faith (Short)
Arthur Simpson - the Unsuccessful Rival
 1914 The Fatal Portrait (Short)
Preston - Jane's Suitor (as Charles Hutchinson)
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Profiled in "Serial Film Stars: A Biographical Dictionary, 1912-1956 (2 Volume Set)" by Buck Rainey (2005). See more »

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