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Charles Giblyn was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Giblyn started off his career in film with roles in "Her Wild Oat" (1927) and the dramatic adaptation "The Noose" (1928) with Richard Barthelmess. Giblyn then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in "The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu" (1929), "Woman Trap" (1929) and "Party Girl" (1930). He also appeared in "Five and Ten" (1931). Later in his career, Giblyn acted in the Buster Keaton comedy "What! No Beer?" (1933).

Charles Giblyn was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Giblyn started off his career in film with roles in "Her Wild Oat" (1927) and the dramatic adaptation "The Noose" (1928) with Richard Barthelmess. Giblyn then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in "The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu" (1929), "Woman Trap" (1929) and "Party Girl" (1930). He also appeared in "Five and Ten" (1931). Later in his career, Giblyn acted in the Buster Keaton comedy "What! No Beer?" (1933).

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Ladies Beware (1927) Director
2.
  The Adventurous Sex (1925) Director
3.
  The Price of a Party (1924) Director
4.
  Loyal Lives (1923) Director
5.
  The Leavenworth Case (1923) Director
6.
  A Woman's Woman (1922) Director
7.
  Know Your Men (1921) Director
8.
  Singing River (1921) Director
9.
  The Mountain Woman (1921) Director
10.
  The Thief (1920) Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 This Side of Heaven (1934) Harvey
2.
 What--No Beer? (1933) Chief
3.
 Tugboat Annie (1933)
4.
 Let's Fall in Love (1933) Garland
5.
 Prosperity (1932) Mayor
6.
 Five and Ten (1931) Dennison
7.
 Maid to Order (1931)
8.
 Party Girl (1930) Lawrence Doyle
9.
 Playboy of Paris (1930) Gastonet
10.
 Only Saps Work (1930) Dr. Jasper
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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

B: September 6, 1871 Watertown, NY;
D: March 14, 1934 Los Angeles, CA.
A pioneer director, Giblyn began his career in 1908 and was director general for the Thomas Ince Studio for a while. He also directed vaudeville and stage plays at the Belasco Theatre in Los Angeles. In addition Giblyn appeared on the Broadway stage in ‘The Song of the Sword,’ ‘Wheels within Wheels’ and ‘The Ambassador.’

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