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Charles Maigne

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Other names  Charles M. Maigne
Spouse  Anne Cornwall
Role  Screenwriter
Name  Charles Maigne
Years active  1916-1928

Charles Maigne

Born  November 11, 1879 (1879-11-11) Richmond, Virginia, USA
Occupation  Screenwriter, film director
Died  November 28, 1929, San Francisco, California, United States
Movies  The Blue Bird, The Copperhead
Similar People  Anne Cornwall, Maurice Tourneur, Adolph Zukor, Edward LeSaint, Marshall Neilan

Charles Maigne (November 11, 1879 – November 28, 1929) was an American screenwriter and film director of the silent era. He wrote for 32 films between 1916 and 1928. He also directed 18 films between 1918 and 1923.

He was born in Richmond, Virginia and died in San Francisco, California.

Partial filmography

  • The Brand of Cowardice (1916) (writer)
  • Barbary Sheep (1917) (writer)
  • The Rise of Jennie Cushing (1917) (writer)
  • Prunella (1918) (writer)
  • A Doll's House (1918) (writer)
  • Rose of the World (1918)
  • The Song of Songs (1918) (writer)
  • The Copperhead (1920) (director)
  • The Kentuckians (1921) (director)
  • Hush Money (1921) (director)
  • The Silent Partner (1923)
  • The Isle of Lost Ships (1923) (writer)
  • The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1923) (director)
  • War Paint (1926)
  • Lovey Mary (1926) (writer)
  • References

    Charles Maigne Wikipedia