Charles Stumar


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Raven (1935)
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Straight from the Heart (1935)
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Werewolf of London (1935)
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Alas sobre el Chaco (1935)
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Manhattan Moon (1935)
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Storm over the Andes (1935)
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Transient Lady (1935)
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The Countess of Monte Cristo (1934)
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Romance in the Rain (1934)
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Bombay Mail (1934)
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Wake Up and Dream (1934)
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Embarrassing Moments (1934)
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I Like It That Way (1934)
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I Give My Love (1934)
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Let's Talk It Over (1934)
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Let's Be Ritzy (1934)
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Uncertain Lady (1934)
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Black Beauty (1933)
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Secret of the Blue Room (1933)
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The Billion Dollar Scandal (1933)
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King for a Night (1933)
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Private Jones (1933)
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Saturday's Millions (1933)
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Bird of Paradise (1932)
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Hearts of Humanity (1932)
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Tom Brown of Culver (1932)
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The Mummy (1932)
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Doomed Battalion (1932)
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Steady Company (1932)
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Aloha (1931)
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A House Divided (1931)
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Nice Women (1931)
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Heaven on Earth (1931)
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Liebe auf Befehl (1931)
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The Shakedown (1929)
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Wolves of the City (1929)
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Slim Fingers (1929)
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The Tip-off (1929)
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Anybody Here Seen Kelly? (1928)
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The Cohens and the Kellys in Paris (1928)
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The Price of Fear (1928)
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Uncle Tom's Cabin (1928)
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The Michigan Kid (1928)
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Perch of the Devil (1927)
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The Combat (1926)
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The Cohens and Kellys (1926)
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The Whole Town's Talking (1926)
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Poker Faces (1926)
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Where Was I? (1925)
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Peacock Feathers (1925)
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I'll Show You the Town (1925)
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Fifth Avenue Models (1925)
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Siege (1925)
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Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman (1925)
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The Rose of Paris (1924)
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Stolen Secrets (1924)
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The Gaiety Girl (1924)
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The Turmoil (1924)
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K--The Unknown (1924)
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The Abysmal Brute (1923)
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The Midnight Guest (1923)
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The Power of a Lie (1923)
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Forsaking All Others (1922)
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Don't Doubt Your Wife (1922)
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Trail of Hate (1922)
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Caught Bluffing (1922)
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Skin Deep (1922)
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When the Devil Drives (1922)
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The Top O' the Morning (1922)
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Shams of Society (1921)
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Lying Lips (1921)
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What's Your Husband Doing? (1920)
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Love Madness (1920)
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Sahara (1919)
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The Lone Wolf's Daughter (1919)
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The End of the Game (1919)
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The Drifters (1919)
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One Dollar Bid (1918)
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Prisoners of the Pines (1918)
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Without Honor (1918)
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Three X Gordon (1918)
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Keys of the Righteous (1918)
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The Biggest Show on Earth (1918)
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The Cast-Off (1918)
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Those Who Pay (1917)
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Borrowed Plumage (1917)
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The Snarl (1917)
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Mountain Dew (1917)
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Chicken Casey (1917)
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Madcap Madge (1917)
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The Regenerates (1917)
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Wooden Shoes (1917)
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The Tar Heel Warrior (1917)
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The Firefly of Tough Luck (1917)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Secret Of The Blue Room (1933) - The Ghost Won't Bite Us Pressed by his birthday-girl daughter Irene (Gloria Stuart) and her three friendly-rival suitors (Paul Lukas, Onslow Stevens and William Janney as Walter, Frank and Tommy), Von Helldorf (Lionel Atwill) tells of the deadly room in the family manor, in Secret Of The Blue Room, 1933.
Secret Of The Blue Room (1933) - You'd Better Have This Lock Fixed Host Von Helldorf (Lionel Atwill) and daughter Irene (Gloria Stuart) are in good morning spirits along with guests Walter and Frank (Paul Lukas, Onslow Stevens) until the butler (Robert Barrat) points out that her third suitor, whom everyone assumed was at no real risk staying in the notorious bedroom, has vanished, in Secret Of The Blue Room, 1933.
Secret Of The Blue Room (1933) - Open, Why All The Secrets? Handy introduction of players from Universal and Gloria Stuart as the object of the admiration of Lionel Atwill as her dad, Paul Lukas, Onslow Stevens and William Janney as her suitors on at the hour of her 21st birthday, in Secret Of The Blue Room, 1933.
Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927) - The Falls Are Just Below The famous ice-floe spectacle, from the Harriet Beecher Stowe novel, fugitive slave mother Eliza (Margarita Fisher) and child flee in a winter storm to a free state, famously re-shot entirely in Hollywood after an expensive, failed shoot in upstate New York, in Universal’s multi-million dollar epic treatment of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1927.
Mummy, The (1932) - What Fools We Look Eleven years following the hairy prologue, bothered Englishmen Whemple (David Manners) and Professor Pearson (Leonard Mudie) are lamenting their lousy dig when an un-credentialed Egyptian who calls himself Ardeth Bey (Boris Karloff) drops by, in Universal's original The Mummy, 1932.
Mummy, The (1932) - Closed For The Night Mysterious Egyptian "Ardeth Bay" (Boris Karloff) has his hands now on his prized scroll, incanting over it the name of the long dead princess of the character he's pretending not to be, somehow reaching Anglo-Egyptian Helen (Zita Johann) at the museum party, in Universal's The Mummy, 1932.
Mummy, The (1932) - He Went For A Little Walk Splendid crack-up by Bramwell Fletcher as lightweight Egyptologist Norton, in retrospect his supervisors (Arthur Byron, Edward Van Sloan) should not have left him alone, Boris Karloff in the wrapper, early in Universal's original The Mummy, 1932.

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