Charles Marquis Warren


Director, Screenwriter

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Charro! (1969)
Director
Blood Arrow (1958)
Director
Desert Hell (1958)
Director
Cattle Empire (1958)
Director
Copper Sky (1957)
Director
Trooper Hook (1957)
Director
Back from the Dead (1957)
Director
Ride a Violent Mile (1957)
Director
The Unknown Terror (1957)
Director
Bury Me Dead (1957)
Director
Tension at Table Rock (1956)
Director
The Black Whip (1956)
Director
The Man with a Whip (1956)
Director
Seven Angry Men (1955)
Director
Flight to Tangier (1953)
Director
Arrowhead (1953)
Director
Hellgate (1952)
Director
Little Big Horn (1951)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Charro! (1969)
Screenwriter
Day of the Evil Gun (1968)
Screenwriter
Day of the Evil Gun (1968)
Story
Desert Hell (1958)
Story
Ride a Violent Mile (1957)
Story
Pony Express (1953)
Screenwriter
Flight to Tangier (1953)
Writer
Arrowhead (1953)
Screenwriter
Springfield Rifle (1952)
Screenwriter
Hellgate (1952)
Story
Woman of the North Country (1952)
Story
Hellgate (1952)
Screenwriter
Oh! Susanna (1951)
Writer
Little Big Horn (1951)
Screenwriter
Fighting Coast Guard (1951)
Story
The Redhead and the Cowboy (1951)
Based on a Story by
Streets of Laredo (1949)
Screenwriter
Beyond Glory (1948)
Original Screenplay

Producer (Feature Film)

Charro! (1969)
Producer
Cattle Empire (1958)
Executive Producer
Desert Hell (1958)
Executive Producer
Blood Arrow (1958)
Executive Producer
Ride a Violent Mile (1957)
Executive Producer
Copper Sky (1957)
Executive Producer
The Unknown Terror (1957)
Executive Producer
Back from the Dead (1957)
Executive Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Springfield Rifle (1952) - Form Up At The Rear! First scene for Gary Cooper as union Major Lex Kearney, not gung-ho about chasing Confederate horse thieves in the Colorado Rockies, Tennick (Philip Carey) objecting, Snow (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams) obeying, early in Springfield Rifle, 1952.
Springfield Rifle (1952) - I'm Used To Being Obeyed Gary Cooper is Kearney, a former Union Major court-martialed for surrendering horses to Confederate-backed raiders, now in with that same crowd, Fess Parker as friendly Randolph, David Brian as the boss McCool, Jack Woody as cowhand Sims, in the war-espionage Western Springfield Rifle, 1952.
Tension At Table Rock - Bitter Sage Crossing Wes (Richard Egan), wrongly reputed a coward and murderer, wraps up a saloon fight, rides as director Charles Marquis Warren confirms this is a "psychological" Western, then springs a new name on Ed (Joe De Santis) and son Jody (Billy Chapin), in Tension At Table Rock, 1956.
Tension At Table Rock - You Send Back The Body Opening scene, Wes Tancred (Richard Egan), whose partner/boss Sam (Paul Richards) killed a guy during the credits, gets pounced by his lusty wife Cathy (Angie Dickinson), then has to confront the man, in Tension At Table Rock, 1956.
Tension At Table Rock - Expecting A Twister? Arriving at the title-town, Wes (Richard Egan), sporting his new fake name, brings newly-orphaned pal Jody (Billy Chapin) to his Aunt Lorna (Dorothy Malone) and Uncle (Sheriff) Fred (Cameron Mitchell), in Tension At Table Rock, 1956.
Springfield Rifle (1952) - You've Given Enough Court-martialed Union major Kearney (Gary Cooper) getting snarky with ex-colleagues (Paul Kelly, Lon Chaney Jr., Philip Carey) at a horse sale, then surprised when wife Erin (Phyllis Thaxter) arrives with news of their son, in Springfield Rifle, 1952.
Seven Angry Men - No Blood Has Been Shed Rev. White (Leo Gordon) and band visit John Brown (Raymond Massey) and free-staters at Osawatomie, backed by younger Browns (including Guy Williams, Larry Pennell, Jeffrey Hunter and Dennis Weaver as nervous John Jr.) in Seven Angry Men, 1955.
Seven Angry Men - All Kansas Shall Be Free! Prologue and introduction of Raymond Massey playing abolitionist John Brown in a third film, then sons Oliver (Larry Pennell), Owen (Jeffrey Hunter) and romantic interest Elizabeth (Debra Paget), in Seven Angry Men, 1955.

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