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Charlotte Henry is a Actor American born on 3 march 1914 at Brooklyn (USA)

Charlotte Henry

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Birth name Charlotte Virginia Henry
Nationality USA
Birth 3 march 1914 at Brooklyn (USA)
Death 11 april 1980 (at 66 years) at La Jolla (USA)

Charlotte Henry (March 3, 1914 – April 11, 1980) was an American actress who is best remembered for her roles in Alice in Wonderland (1933) and Babes in Toyland (1934). She also starred in the Frank Buck serial Jungle Menace (1937).

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Oscar Apfel
Oscar Apfel
(3 films)
Bert Roach
Bert Roach
(3 films)
Frank Capra
Frank Capra
(1 films)
Jean Parker
Jean Parker
(3 films)
George Irving
George Irving
(3 films)
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Filmography of Charlotte Henry (19 films)

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I Live on Danger, 1h13
Directed by Sam White
Origin USA
Genres Thriller
Actors Chester Morris, Jean Parker, Elisabeth Risdon, Edward Norris, Dick Purcell, Roger Pryor
Roles Nurse
Rating61% 3.0521153.0521153.0521153.0521153.052115
Jeff Morrell is an ambitious radio reporter. The news of the day is the prison release of gambler Eddie Nelson, who actually was the fallguy for a criminal named Joey Farr.
Bowery Blitzkrieg, 1h2
Directed by Wallace Fox
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Crime
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films, Boxing films
Actors Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Donald Haines, Ernie Morrison, David Gorcey
Roles Mary Breslin
Rating61% 3.0996553.0996553.0996553.0996553.099655
Two police officers patrolling the streets of New York City's Bowery discuss the lamentable fact that most of the young boys in the neighborhood will turn to crime and end up in jail. One exception, they agree, is Danny Breslin (Bobby Jordan), a young boxer who is studying economics and destined for success. While Danny's future looks bright, the future of his former best friend, Muggs McGinnis (Leo Gorcey), appears to hold little more than troubles with the law and juvenile probation. One day, when Danny learns that Muggs has been speaking poorly of his schoolteacher sister Mary (Charlotte Henry), he marches over to Clancy's Pool Hall, their favorite neighborhood haunt, and punches Muggs. The fight eventually turns into a pool hall riot, which results in Muggs's arrest. Officer Tom Brady (Warren Hull), Mary's sweetheart, believes that many of the boys can be reformed, and when he learns that Muggs has been involved in another fight, he tries to enlist Danny's help in determining the reason behind Muggs' propensity to fight. Danny surprises his mother, sister and Tom when he violently protests Tom's request, saying that he hates "coppers," and vows never to return to the police gym for his boxing practice. While Tom lays plans to reform Muggs by entering him as a fighter in the upcoming Golden Glove Tournament, Danny unwittingly gets involved with notorious thug Monk Martin (Bobby Stone). Unknown to Danny, Monk has used him to drive his getaway car in a grocery store holdup. After paying Danny for his "services," Monk manages to persuade him to quit school and join his racket. Meanwhile, Muggs, having made great strides at the Whitney reform school, goes to live with Tom and his mother (Martha Wentworth), much to the dismay of Mary, who promptly breaks off her relationship with Tom. Muggs eventually wins the respect of the entire neighborhood and earns the police department's sponsorship of his fight in the Golden Glove Tournament. So completely has Muggs given up his delinquent ways that he curses Monk when the racketeer offers him $1,000 to take a fall in the tournament fight. Later, after overhearing Tom's mother blaming his arrival for the break-up of Tom and Mary's relationship, Muggs becomes despondent and decides to move out. Just before the fight, crooked fight promoter Slats Morrison (Eddie Foster) plants the intended bribery money in Muggs's gear and tries to frame him. Danny, meanwhile, is wounded by Tom as he and Monk are caught fleeing from a robbery. Hospitalized and in desperate need of blood, Danny's life hangs in the balance until Muggs volunteers his blood and saves his best friend. Mary has a change of heart and returns to Tom, and Tom announces that Monk made a full confession before dying. Danny's family gathers around a radio and listens with pride as Muggs knocks out his opponent at the tournament. Following the fight, Slats and his boss Dorgan are arrested, and Tom and Mary look forward to their wedding.
Flying Blind, 1h9
Directed by Frank McDonald
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Action
Themes Spy films, Transport films, Aviation films
Actors Richard Arlen, Jean Parker, Nils Asther, Marie Wilson, Eddie Quillan, Dick Purcell
Roles Corenson's Secretary
Rating48% 2.4239852.4239852.4239852.4239852.423985
After being fired for taking the blame for his co-pilot's incompetence, airline pilot Jim Clark (Richard Arlen) starts his own airline, Honeymoon Air, flying for weddings and divorces between Los Angeles and Las Vegas/Reno. He brings stewardess Shirley Brooks (Jean Parker) with him as a partner.
Charlie Chan at the Opera, 1h8
Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Warner Oland, Boris Karloff, Keye Luke, William Demarest, Gregory Gaye, Frank Conroy
Roles Mlle. Kitty
Rating72% 3.6432353.6432353.6432353.6432353.643235
Charlie Chan (Warner Oland) gets to watch a performance that's to die for. For seven years, opera star Gravelle (Boris Karloff) has been locked in an insane asylum, his identity a mystery - even to himself. But when his memory unexpectedly returns, he begins to recall that his wife and her lover tried to murder him - and now he's determined to make them face the music. Gravelle escapes from the asylum and makes his way to the San Marco opera house and begins hiding out in the various rooms and passageways. Soon, members of the opera company are being murdered one by one.
Jungle Menace
Directed by George Melford, Harry L. Fraser
Origin USA
Genres Action, Adventure
Actors Frank Buck, Reginald Denny, LeRoy Mason, Richard Tucker, Duncan Renaldo, William Bakewell
Roles Dorothy Elliott
Rating52% 2.6078652.6078652.6078652.6078652.607865
In the Asian province of Seemang where the Bay of Bengal meets the jungle, Chandler Elliott (John St. Polis) owns a large and prosperous rubber plantation. His attractive daughter, Dorothy (Charlotte Henry), is engaged to neighboring planter Tom Banning (William Bakewell) but troubles are brewing for both plantations. When a cargo-load of rubber is shipped on a riverboat to be taken to port, the boat is hi-jacked by river pirates, who the kill the crew and the shipment is stolen. Jim Murphy (LeRoy Mason), Elliott's plantation manager, is plotting with others to force Elliott to sell his plantation. Local explorer Frank Hardy (Frank Buck) determines to find out who is behind the plot.
Hearts in Bondage, 1h12
Directed by Lew Ayres
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Historical, Romance
Themes Political films
Actors James Dunn, Mae Clarke, David Manners, Henry B. Walthall, Charlotte Henry, Fritz Leiber
Roles Julie Buchanan
Rating57% 2.868562.868562.868562.868562.86856
This 1936 film is In black and white and is a drama based on events in the American Civil War and starts with citizens choosing loyalty to the Confederate States of America or to the Union in the first days of the crisis. Early scenes show the burning of the USS Merrimack by its Union crew to prevent it from falling into Confederate hands. However, the Merrimack, which had been burnt down to the waterline, was later rebuilt by the Confederacy, as an ironclad, and was renamed the CSS Virginia.
The Mandarin Mystery, 1h6
Directed by Philip Ford, Ralph Staub
Origin USA
Genres Thriller
Actors Eddie Quillan, Charlotte Henry, Rita La Roy, Wade Boteler, Franklin Pangborn, George Irving
Roles Josephine Temple
Rating54% 2.715532.715532.715532.715532.71553
This script must be run from the command line
Laddie
Laddie (1935)
, 1h10
Directed by George Stevens
Origin USA
Actors John Beal, Gloria Stuart, Virginia Weidler, Donald Crisp, Charlotte Henry
Roles Shelly Stanton
Rating61% 3.0600553.0600553.0600553.0600553.060055
Babes in Toyland, 1h17
Directed by Charley Rogers, Gus Meins, Gordon Douglas
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Christmas films, Musical films, Films about toys, Buddy films
Actors Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Billy Bletcher, Charlotte Henry, Baldwin Cooke, Jean Darling
Roles Little Bo Peep
Rating71% 3.596163.596163.596163.596163.59616
Stannie Dum (Stan Laurel) and Ollie Dee (Oliver Hardy), live in a shoe (as in the nursery rhyme There Was An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe), along with Mother Peep (the Old Woman), Bo Peep (Charlotte Henry), a mouse resembling Mickey Mouse (and actually played by a live monkey in a costume), and many other children. The mortgage on the shoe is owned by the villainous Silas Barnaby (Henry Brandon), who is looking to marry Bo Peep. Knowing the Widow Peep is having a difficult time paying the mortgage, Barnaby offers the old woman an ultimatum – unless Bo Peep agrees to marry him he will foreclose on the shoe. Widow Peep refuses, but is worried about where she'll get the money to pay the mortgage. Ollie offers her all the money he has stored away in his savings can, only to learn that Stannie has taken it to buy peewees (a favored toy consisting of a wooden peg with tapered ends that rises in the air when struck with a stick near one end and is then caused to fly through the air by being struck again with the stick). He and Stannie set out to get the money for the mortgage from their boss, the Toymaker (William Burress). But Stannie has mixed up an order from Santa Claus (building 100 wooden soldiers at six feet tall, instead of 600 soldiers at one foot tall) and one of the soldiers, when activated, wrecks the toy shop. Stannie and Ollie are fired without getting the money.
The Last Gentleman, 1h12
Directed by Sidney Lanfield
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors George Arliss, Edna May Oliver, Janet Beecher, Charlotte Henry, Ralph Morgan, Edward Ellis
Roles Marjorie Barr
Rating69% 3.4936053.4936053.4936053.4936053.493605
This script must be run from the command line
Rasputin and the Empress, 2h1
Directed by Richard Boleslawski, Charles Brabin
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Historical
Actors John Barrymore, Ethel Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Ralph Morgan, Diana Wynyard, Edward Arnold
Roles Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Rating65% 3.297333.297333.297333.297333.29733
The story takes place in the Russian Empire during the last years of the reign of Czar Nicholas II and the Czarina Alexandra. Reform-minded Prince Paul has long been concerned about the plight of the common people and knows a revolution is brewing. Prince Alexei, heir to the throne, is loved by the people but has hemophilia, and a slight fall turns out to be life-threatening. When royal physician Dr. Remezov is powerless to stop the boy's bleeding, Princess Natasha, Alexandra's lady-in-waiting and Paul's fiancee, recommends Rasputin as a healer. He convinces the frantic Empress that he has been sent by God to cure the child. Left alone with Alexei, he hypnotizes the boy and relieves his agony but also gradually makes Alexei a slave to his will.