Charles Cane

Charles Cane was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Cane landed roles in various films, including the drama "Beyond the Blue Horizon" (1942) with Dorothy Lamour, the comedy ... Read more »
Born: 04/18/1899

Filmography

Actor (14)

The Gambler Wore a Gun 1961 (Movie)

Kelly Barnum (Actor)

A Day of Fury 1956 (Movie)

Duggen (Actor)

Revenge of the Creature 1955 (Movie)

Captain of Police (Actor)

Crime Wave 1954 (Movie)

Detective (Actor)

Dangerous Mission 1954 (Movie)

Barrett (Actor)

Lucky Me 1954 (Movie)

Sergeant (Actor)

Prince of Players 1954 (Movie)

Theatre Assistant (Actor)

The Big Heat 1953 (Movie)

Hopkins (Actor)

Too Young to Kiss 1951 (Movie)

Detective (Actor)

Bodyguard 1948 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Kid From Brooklyn 1945 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Lady and the Monster 1944 (Movie)

(Actor)

Hello, Frisco, Hello 1942 (Movie)

O'Riley, Policeman (Actor)

All Through the Night 1941 (Movie)

(Actor)

Biography

Charles Cane was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Cane landed roles in various films, including the drama "Beyond the Blue Horizon" (1942) with Dorothy Lamour, the comedy "All Through the Night" (1942) with Humphrey Bogart and "Bells of Capistrano" (1942). He also appeared in "Hello, Frisco, Hello" (1943), "Gildersleeve's Bad Day" (1943) and the William Bendix dramatic adaptation "The Hairy Ape" (1944). He continued to act in productions like the George Raft drama "Nob Hill" (1945), "The Kid From Brooklyn" (1946) with Danny Kaye and "The Dark Corner" (1946). He also appeared in "Valley of the Zombies" (1946) with Robert Livingston. In the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in the historical feature "Lone Star" (1952) with Clark Gable, "Ruby Gentry" (1953) and the crime flick "The Big Heat" (1953) with Glenn Ford. He also appeared in the Sterling Hayden crime drama "Crime Wave" (1954) and "Dangerous Mission" (1954). Cane last acted in the remake "The Gambler Wore a Gun" (1961) with Jim Davis. Cane passed away in November 1973 at the age of 74.

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