Carl Harbaugh


Biography

Carl Harbaugh was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Harbaugh kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "The Regeneration" (1915), "The Silent Command" (1923) and the Buster Keaton comedy "College" (1927). Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in the Errol Flynn biopic "Gentleman Jim" (1942), the Errol Flynn action picture "Northern Pursuit" (1...

Biography

Carl Harbaugh was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Harbaugh kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "The Regeneration" (1915), "The Silent Command" (1923) and the Buster Keaton comedy "College" (1927). Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in the Errol Flynn biopic "Gentleman Jim" (1942), the Errol Flynn action picture "Northern Pursuit" (1943) and the action flick "Uncertain Glory" (1944) with Errol Flynn. He also appeared in "The Far Country" (1955) with James Stewart and "The Tall Men" (1955). Harbaugh last acted in "The Revolt of Mamie Stover" (1956) with Jane Russell. Harbaugh passed away in February 1960 at the age of 74.

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Sparrows (1926)
Collaborator
Little Miss Hawkshaw (1921)
Director
Bucking the Line (1921)
Director
Hickville to Broadway (1921)
Director
The Tomboy (1921)
Director
Big Town Ideas (1921)
Director
The North Wind's Malice (1920)
Director
The Other Man's Wife (1919)
Director
Jack Spurlock, Prodigal (1918)
Director
Brave and Bold (1918)
Director
Marriages Are Made (1918)
Director
Other Men's Daughters (1918)
Director
The Derelict (1917)
Director
When False Tongues Speak (1917)
Director
All for a Husband (1917)
Director
The Scarlet Letter (1917)
Director
A Rich Man's Plaything (1917)
Director
The Broadway Sport (1917)
Director
The Iron Woman (1916)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Band of Angels (1957)
Seaman
The Revolt of Mamie Stover (1956)
Bartender
The Far Country (1955)
Sourdough
Battle Cry (1955)
New Zealander
The Tall Men (1955)
Salesman
The Lawless Breed (1953)
Drunk
Gun Fury (1953)
Barber
The World in His Arms (1952)
Seaman
Blackbeard, the Pirate (1952)
Helmsman
Glory Alley (1952)
Waiter
Distant Drums (1951)
Duprez
Along the Great Divide (1951)
Jerome
Lullaby of Broadway (1951)
Doorman
Storm Warning (1951)
Townsman
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950)
Doorman
One Sunday Afternoon (1949)
Ship's officer
Colorado Territory (1949)
Brakeman
White Heat (1949)
Foreman
Silver River (1948)
Blake
Fighter Squadron (1948)
Cockney
Cheyenne (1947)
Bartender
Pursued (1947)
Bartender
The Man I Love (1947)
Jim, the bartender
Salty O'Rourke (1945)
Waiter
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945)
Tipsy gent
San Antonio (1945)
Cowman
Uncertain Glory (1944)
Innkeeper
Northern Pursuit (1943)
Radio operator
Background to Danger (1943)
Butler
Desperate Journey (1942)
German soldier
They Died with Their Boots On (1942)
Sergeant
Gentleman Jim (1942)
Smith
The Great Mr. Nobody (1941)
Bartender
The Strawberry Blonde (1941)
Workman
Manpower (1941)
Noisy Nash
High Sierra (1941)
Fisherman
British Intelligence (1940)
German soldier
Tear Gas Squad (1940)
Policeman
The Roaring Twenties (1939)
Street cleaner
I'm from Missouri (1939)
Mule man
Saint Louis Blues (1939)
Actor
The Texans (1938)
Union soldier
Prison Farm (1938)
Guard
Sons of the Legion (1938)
Customer
Artists and Models (1937)
King
The Last Train from Madrid (1937)
Militiaman
Klondike Annie (1936)
Port officer
The Devil's Brother (1933)
Second woodchopper
College (1927)
Crew coach
Jazzmania (1923)
Gavona
Lost and Found on a South Sea Island (1923)
Waki
The Silent Command (1923)
Menchen
When False Tongues Speak (1917)
Fred Walton
Arms and the Woman (1916)
Carl
The Serpent (1916)
Leo, his son
Big Jim Garrity (1916)
Dawson
The Test (1916)
Richard Tretman
Carmen (1915)
Escamillo
Regeneration (1915)
Ames, District Attorney

Writer (Feature Film)

Hillbilly Blitzkrieg (1942)
Addl comedy development
Three Legionnaires (1937)
Screenwriter
Hitting a New High (1937)
Gag wrt
The Bohemian Girl (1936)
Writer
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)
Scen
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)
Story
The Good-Bye Kiss (1928)
Story
The Good-Bye Kiss (1928)
Titles
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)
Titles
College (1927)
Scen
College (1927)
Story
Mademoiselle Midnight (1924)
Scen
Mademoiselle Midnight (1924)
Story
Little Miss Hawkshaw (1921)
Story
The Tomboy (1921)
Scen
Hickville to Broadway (1921)
Writer
The Tomboy (1921)
Story
Brave and Bold (1918)
Scen
All for a Husband (1917)
Scen
A Rich Man's Plaything (1917)
Scen
When False Tongues Speak (1917)
Scen
The Scarlet Letter (1917)
Adaptation
The Broadway Sport (1917)
Scen
The Derelict (1917)
Scen
Regeneration (1915)
Adaptation

Writer (Short)

Matchmaking Mama (1929)
Writer
The Campus Vamp (1928)
Writer
Along Came Auntie (1926)
Writer
Thundering Fleas (1926)
Writer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) - William Canfield Jr. Meeting the son he hasn’t seen in many years, Bill (Ernest Torrence), with first-mate Tom (Lewis), is looking for a guy with a white carnation, not expecting the dandified college man William Jr. (Buster Keaton), the first appearance by the director and star, in Steamboat Bill, Jr., 1928.
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) - Hat Shop Arrived in River Junction, his father (Ernest Torrence), alarmed at his appearance and tastes, brings the title character (director and star Buster Keaton) to the hat shop, a famous routine — certainly not the “mere slapstick” Keaton greatly disliked — from Steamboat Bill, Jr., 1928.
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) - Storm Clouds In The Offing Now committed to protecting his jailed father’s interest against rival King (Tom McGuire), hospitalized Bill (director and star Buster Keaton) is compelled into action by weather conditions, beginning the landmark action-comedy finalè of Steamboat Bill, Jr., 1928.
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) - I'll Pick The Young Man Determined to make good on an invitation from Mary (Marion Byron), daughter of his dad's wealthy steamboat rival (Tom McGuire), Canfield Jr. (director and star Buster Keaton) employs an elaborate costume switch to evade his father (Ernest Torrence), in Steamboat Bill, Jr., 1928.
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) - Muddy Waters The jaunty opening, in which star Buster Keaton credits his colleagues for contributions to writing and directing, though he always did the work himself, and the introduction of rivals King (Tom McGuire) and Canfield (Ernest Torrence, with first mate Tom Lewis), in Steamboat Bill, Jr., 1928.
Thundering Fleas (1926) - Garfield Featuring Allen Hoskins as "Farina" and George B. French as Professor Clements, from Hal Roach and Pathe Comedy, with a cast including Oliver Hardy and Charley Chase and animation by E.M. Young, an excerpt from one of the favorite "Our Gang" shorts, Thundering Fleas, 1926.
College (1927) - Curse Of Athletics High school graduation, brainy Ronald (Buster Keaton) his new suit soaked, seated by the radiator, is called upon to speak, his mother (Florence Turner) and Mary (Anne Cornwall) especially attentive, early in College, 1927.
College (1927) - Fizzical Exercise Student and wannabe-athlete Ronald (Buster Keaton) working the soda fountain, hurries to look like a customer when his beloved Mary (Anne Cornwall) appears, in College, 1927.
College (1927) - Campus Clown Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum not yet ten years old, site for Buster Keaton (as brainy student "Ronald") looking to impress Mary (Anne Cornwall) with his athletic skills, some of the famous track vignettes from College, 1927.

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