Charles Reisner

Biography

Charles "Chuck" Reisner (14 March 1887 – 24 September 1962) was an American film director and actor of the 1920s and 1930s.

He directed over 60 films between 1920 and 1950 and acted in over 20 films between 1916 and 1929. He starred alongside Charlie Chaplin in A Dog's Life in 1918 and...

17 titles Directing Writing

6.2

The Traveling Saleswoman

1950 · Director

7.0

Lost in a Harem

1944 · Director

5.8

Meet the People

1944 · Director

5.4

Harrigan's Kid

1943 · Director

5.9

This Time for Keeps

1942 · Director

6.6

The Big Store

1941 · Director

6.1

Winter Carnival

1939 · Director

6.8

Sophie Lang Goes West

1937 · Director

6.1

Manhattan Merry-Go-Round

1937 · Director

7.3

Murder Goes to College

1937 · Director

5.8

It's in the Air

1935 · Director

5.4

The Winning Ticket

1935 · Director

6.3

Hollywood Party

1934 · Director

6.0

The Show-Off

1934 · Director

6.8

You Can't Buy Everything

1934 · Director

5.2

Student Tour

1934 · Director

4.7

The Chief

1933 · Director

6.1

Divorce In The Family

1932 · Director

5.8

Flying High

1931 · Director

6.4

Politics

1931 · Director

6.0

Stepping Out

1931 · Director

6.5

Reducing

1931 · Director

6.4

Chasing Rainbows

1930 · Director

5.7

Love in the Rough

1930 · Director

7.4

The Hollywood Revue of 1929

1929 · Director

Brotherly Love

1928 · Director

8.0

Steamboat Bill, Jr.

1928 · Director

6.4

The Better 'Ole

1926 · Director

The Man on the Box

1925 · Director

8.2

The Gold Rush

1925 · Assistant Director

8.3

The Kid

1921 · Assistant Director

3 titles Directing Writing

5.8

Flying High

1931 · Adaptation

6.4

Chasing Rainbows

1930 · Dialogue

6.4

The Better 'Ole

1926 · Screenplay