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Charles Craig rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Craig's career beginnings included film roles in the Mary Pickford comedic drama "The Poor Little Rich Girl" (1917) and "A Divorce of Convenience" (1921). He went on to act in "The Blonde Vampire" (1922) and the drama "Night of the Living Dead" (1968) with Judith O'Dea. Later in his career, Craig edited "Booker" (Fox, 1989-1990).

Charles Craig rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Craig's career beginnings included film roles in the Mary Pickford comedic drama "The Poor Little Rich Girl" (1917) and "A Divorce of Convenience" (1921). He went on to act in "The Blonde Vampire" (1922) and the drama "Night of the Living Dead" (1968) with Judith O'Dea. Later in his career, Craig edited "Booker" (Fox, 1989-1990).

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2.
 Melba (1953) Singer
3.
 Hell Bent for Frisco (1931) Dr. Clayton
4.
 The Perfect Sap (1927) Fletcher
5.
 The Making of O'Malley (1925) Englishman
6.
 The Police Patrol (1925) Perkins
7.
 The Truth About Women (1924) Smead
8.
 One Million in Jewels (1923) George Beresford
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10.
 Marriage Morals (1923)
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