|The Circus||1928||Art Director||art direction||1|
|City Lights||1931||Art Director||art direction||1|
|Bride of Frankenstein||1934||Art Director||art direction||1|
|Merrily We Live||1937||Production Designer||n/a||1|
|Frankenstein||1931||Art Director||art direction||1|
|Captain Fury||1938||Art Director||art direction||1|
|Shield For Murder||1954||Art Director||art direction||1|
|All Quiet on the Western Front||1930||Art Director||n/a||1|
|The Gold Rush||1925||Art Director||art direction||1|
|Show Boat||1936||Art Director||art direction||1|
|The Good Fairy||1934||Art Director||art direction||1|
|Big House, U.S.A.||1955||Art Director||art direction||1|
|My Man Godfrey||1935||Art Director||art direction||1|
|Modern Times||1936||Art Director||art direction||1|
|The Phantom of the Opera||1925||Art Director||art direction||1|
|Last collaboration with Leni, "The Last Warning"|
|First collaboration with Charlie Chaplin, "The Gold Rush"|
|Final film work with Chaplin, "Modern Times"|
|First collaboration with director Paul Leni, "The Cat and the Canary"|
|Final feature, "Big House, U.S.A."|
|First sound film, "Broadway"|
|Last collaboration with Whale, "Showboat"; also parted company with Universal Studios soon thereafter|
|First collaboration with director James Whale, "Frankenstein"|
|Feature debut, art director, "The Lying Truth"|
|Not to be confused with the actor, Charles Hall, of the same time period.|
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