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Charles Sutton

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Nationalité Etats-Unis
Mort 20 juillet 1935

Charles Sutton (1856 – July 20, 1935) was an American film actor of the silent era. He appeared in over one hundred films between 1911 and 1923. He died in Englewood, New Jersey.

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Laura Sawyer
Laura Sawyer
(3 films)
James Gordon
James Gordon
(3 films)
Richard Neill
Richard Neill
(3 films)
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Filmographie de Charles Sutton (13 films)

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The Royal Pauper
Origine Etats-Unis
Acteurs Charles Sutton
Rôle Supt. of the Chandler Mills

The Eternal Mother, 50minutes
Réalisé par Frank Reicher
Origine Etats-Unis
Acteurs Ethel Barrymore, Charles Sutton, Louis Wolheim, Maxine Elliott Hicks
Rôle Minister (credited as Charles W. Sutton)

As described in a film magazine, Maris (Barrymore) endeavors to persuade her husband Dwight Alden (Mills) to replace the children working in his mills with man and women, but Alden does not listen to his wife's pleas. One night a little girl is injured and Maris, calling on her, discovers that she is her own daughter from a previous marriage whom she thought was dead. She finds that her former husband, whom she also believed to be dead, is still living. Maris returns to her home, unable to forget her little girl. When the girl runs away from her father and comes to Maris, Maris leaves Alden, explaining her reasons in a letter. Alden learns that Maris' former husband secured a divorce so that he might marry another woman. With this evidence, and after clearing his factories of child workers, Alden goes to Maris and begs her and her child to return home with him.
The Girl of the Gypsy Camp
Acteurs Bessie Learn, Charles Sutton, Frank McGlynn Sr.
Rôle Colonel Randolph

On her sixth birthday, Joy Randolph is carried off by a band of gypsies, after having been given by her grandfather. Colonel Randolph, a locket containing her mother's portrait. The child's hat is found in the river, where the gypsies have thrown it. This leads to the belief that she has been drowned. The shock to the Colonel is so great that he is taken very ill, and the doctor tells the Rev. Amos Bayley that he fears the Colonel will go insane unless someone is found to replace Joy in her grandfather's heart. The minister procures a young boy from the neighboring orphan's home, and Colonel Randolph finally takes the child to his heart and tells him that he will be a father to him.