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Charles Gorman


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About Charles Gorman

Charles Gorman is a 157 years old male from New York City, New York, USA. Charles is most well known for acting, and has 19 known credits, of which 19 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Charles Gorman’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Charles Gorman’s movies you should definitely watch Holy Smoke (1921), as with 10.0 it is the highest rated movie Charles has worked on!

  1. Holy Smoke (1921)
  2. With the Enemy's Help (1912)
  3. The Doll-House Mystery (1915)
  4. An Awful Moment (1908)
  5. Broken Ways (1913)

1. Holy Smoke (1921 Movie)

The best rated movie Charles Gorman has been a part of is the comedy movie Holy Smoke, where they had the role of . It has a rating on Friendspire of 10.0 and 5.2 on IMDb .

2. With the Enemy's Help (1912)

Charles Gorman worked on this movie as The Sheriff.

3. The Doll-House Mystery (1915)

In The Doll-House Mystery Charles Gorman was worked as Toast the Knowing . This drama, crime movie has a rating on 5.2 on IMDb .

4. An Awful Moment (1908)

This drama movie has a rating on 4.5 on IMDb . In An Awful Moment Charles Gorman had the role of .

5. Broken Ways (1913)

Charles Gorman was a part of the movie Broken Ways as Holt-Up Victim. This western movie has a rating 4.7 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Charles Gorman born?

Charles Gorman’s birthday is on 1 January 1865 .

What is Charles Gorman’s gender?

Charles Gorman is male.

Where was Charles Gorman born?

Charles Gorman was born in New York City, New York, USA.

What is Charles most known for?

Charles Gorman is most known for acting. Charles has worked on 19 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Charles Gorman’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Holy Smoke, which has a score of 10.0.

Charles’s Filmography

As The Sheriff. A discouraged prospector is about to give up his search when he hears his two little children praying, "Please, God, help papa find gold." Their faith gives him new hope and their prayer is efficacious, for he does find it and so stakes the claim, intending to register it at his earliest opportunity. Meanwhile "Faro Kate" and her gambler husband ride by the claim and jump it, the husband urging Kate to go to the Claim Office and register it. When the prospector returns to his "diggings" he finds the gambler in possession and in a struggle the prospector falls and is hurt. The prospector's wife, arriving at the claim, realizes she must win the race to the Claim Office.

As Georgie's Dad. When a stack of valuable bonds go missing from the Grant household, suspicion falls on little Carmen Grant's playmate Georgie, whose father is a poor ex-convict trying to go straight.

Executive producer. After a judge (Harry Solter) does his job and sentences a man, a gypsy woman (Marion Leonard) erupts in vehement protests and has to be taken forcefully out of the courtroom. Later the gypsy follows the judge to his home and plots a vicious revenge on his wife (Florence Lawrence).

As Holt-Up Victim. In this story the young wife concerned is called upon to solve a rather momentous question. After separating from her husband, whom she has discovered to be a brute and a criminal, she is about to give herself to another man, believing her husband dead, when he appears before her fleeing from justice. Shall she deliver him to the law or surrender to his claims? She yields in one instance, but not in the other. Then justice intervenes.

Executive producer. At the Italian boarding house the male boarders were all smitten with the charms of Minnie, the landlady's pretty daughter, but she was of a poetic turn of mind and her soul soared above plebeianism and her aspirations were romantic. Most persistent among her suitors was Grigo, a coarse Sicilian, whose advances were odiously repulsive. The arrival at the boarding house from the old country of Giuseppe Cassella, the violinist, filled the void in her yearning heart. Romantic, poetic and a talented musician, Giuseppe was indeed a desirable husband for Minnie.

Executive producer. Antonine, a worthless, good-for-nothing scoundrel, demands money of his cousin Galora, an energetic, provident husband and father. His demands are met with a positive rebuff, and when he becomes insistent be is forcibly ejected by Galora. As he leaves the tenement he vows to get even, and lies in wait until Galora has gone out on business. Climbing to the fifth floor, on which the Galoras live, he watches his chance, which comes when Mrs. Galora goes for an instant to visit a neighbor on the same floor. Darting into the apartment and raising the window he perceives the awful result of a drop to the ground, five stories below, and so evolves a plan that is dastardly in the extreme. Taking the infant child from the cradle, and placing it in a basket he lets it out with a short rope, the end of which he secures by letting the sash down on it, so that to raise the window would precipitate the baby to destruction.

As Jack Hardy - the Prospector. A Mexican is thrown out of a bar by a young prospector and swears to get even. Later he kidnaps the prospector's wife. In the meantime a group of drunkards shoot and kill an old Indian man. His son (Robert Harron) vows revenge and asks the tribal chief for help. The chief, however, knows better and tells him that revenge is useless. Robert Harron disobeys and mobilizes all young warriors for battle. The plot thickens. The prospector and the Mexican, who holds his wife captive, start shooting each other. However, when the Indians attack, these two make a temporary truce and join forces against the common enemy.

As A Cowboy (uncredited). The Goddess, the prettiest and best natured girl that ever graced that little mining town, meets the tenderfoot prospector and leaves him another worshiper of her. His chances, however, are slim for Blue-grass Pete has won her affections, he having at an opportune moment saved her from the fangs of a snake which was about to attack her.

As The Policeman. A farmer has saved all his life to pay for his daughter's wedding, but when his brother is fired from his job on the oil rig, the wedding must be postponed and the money put to the more pressing need. The farmer, now himself destitute, is forced to put his house up for sale to repay his creditors. Meanwhile, a man from the oil syndicate discovers oil on the farmer's land. Moving quickly, the syndicate tries to buy the farm before the farmer knows what he is selling. -Harpodeon

As John Longstreet. A young woman and her five little brothers and sisters are left orphans by the murder of their father over gold found on his ranch. Together the seven offspring fight against their greedy neighbors to keep what is rightfully theirs.

As The Son's Friend. A Western action film about two men who escape from prison to take revenge on the person who betrayed them. Harry’s actions ensure that William and his friend get sent to prison. They escape, and want to take revenge on Harry. Harry's wife warns the sheriff, and as William and his friend are chasing Harry on horseback, they are shot by the sheriff.

As Norton. silent cowboy western starring Dustin Farnum as a rancher whose partner is killed by rustlers. He takes in his partner's young son, and begins to sell his ranch, but the boy finds oil on the land.

As Prologue Player. Jim Hawkins and his widowed mother run the Admiral Ben Bow Inn, but when they are threatened by a pirate attack, they stay with friend, the squire, for the night. He is given something from Mrs. Hawkins. The squire discovers it's a map showing the location of the treasure buried by someone named Flint. Jim overhears how the squire is planning to retrieve the treasure and feels inspired by it ...

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