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Charles Reisner’s height is 5ft 11in (1.8 m)

Charles “Chuck” Reisner was an American film director and actor of the 1920s and 1930s. The German American directed over 60 films between 1920 and 1950 and acted in over 20 films between 1916 and 1929.

Best Known For Movie: Steamboat Bill, Jr.
Born: March 14, 1887, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Filmography: The Traveling Saleswoman (1950), L’ultima cena (1948), In This Corner (1948), The Cobra Strikes (1948), Bus Pests (1945), Lost in a Harem (1944), Meet the People (1944), Harrigan’s Kid (1943), This Time for Keeps (1942), The Big Store (1941), Alex in Wonderland (1940), Winter Carnival (1939), Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937), Sophie Lang Goes West (1937), Murder Goes to College (1937), Everybody Dance (1936), It’s in the Air (1935), The Winning Ticket (1935), Student Tour (1934), Hollywood Party (1934), The Show-Off (1934), You Can’t Buy Everything (1934), The Chief (1933), Whistling in the Dark (1933), Divorce in the Family (1932), Jackie Cooper’s Birthday Party (1931), The Christmas Party (1931), Flying High (1931), Politics (1931), Stepping Out (1931), Reducing (1931), Love in the Rough (1930), Caught Short (1930), Chasing Rainbows (1930), The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929), China Bound (1929), Noisy Neighbors (1929), Brotherly Love (1928), Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928), Fools for Luck (1928), The Missing Link (1927), What Every Girl Should Know (1927), The Fortune Hunter (1927), The Better ‘Ole (1926), Oh What a Nurse! (1926), The Man on the Box (1925), So Long Sultan (1923), Cracked Wedding Bells (1923), Jollywood (1923), The Pencil Pushers (1923), The Misfit Pair (1921), Sunless Sunday (1921), The Greenhorn (1921), Stuffed Lions (1921), Won: One Flivver (1921), Milk and Yeggs (1921), His Puppy Love (1921), Simple and Sweet (1921), Happy Daze (1921), A Parcel Post Husband (1920), A Lyin’ Tamer (1920), A Blue Ribbon Mutt (1920), The Laundry (1920), Dog-Gone Clever (1920), A Champion Loser (1920), The Man on the Box (1925), Justice of the Far North (1925), The Title Holder (1924), Bring Him In (1924), All’s Swell on the Ocean (1924), So This Is Paris (1924), A Self-Made Failure (1924), Fight and Win (1924), Winning His Way (1924), Her Temporary Husband (1923), So Long Sultan (1923), Cracked Wedding Bells (1923), Breaking Into Society (1923), Jollywood (1923), The Pencil Pushers (1923), Snowed Under (1923), The Two Twins (1923), The Pilgrim (1923), Rob ‘Em Good (1923), The Misfit Pair (1921), Stuffed Lions (1921), Won: One Flivver (1921), Milk and Yeggs (1921), His Puppy Love (1921), Simple and Sweet (1921), The Kid (1921), A Day’s Pleasure (1919), A Dog’s Life (1918), His Lying Heart (1916), His First False Step (1916), Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die (1942), Hollywood Party (1937), Flying High (1931), Chasing Rainbows (1930), The Missing Link (1927), The Better ‘Ole (1926), So Long Sultan (1923), Cracked Wedding Bells (1923), Jollywood (1923), The Pencil Pushers (1923), The Misfit Pair (1921), The Greenhorn (1921), Stuffed Lions (1921), Won: One Flivver (1921), Milk and Yeggs (1921), His Puppy Love (1921), Simple and Sweet (1921), Happy Daze (1921), A Lyin’ Tamer (1920), A Blue Ribbon Mutt (1920), The Laundry (1920), Dog-Gone Clever (1920), Swing Fever (1943), Hollywood Party (1937), The Gold Rush (1925), The Pilgrim (1923), Pay Day (1922/I), The Idle Class (1921), The Professor (1919), A Day’s Pleasure (1919), Sunnyside (1919), Shoulder Arms (1918), A Dog’s Life (1918), Bury Me Dead (1947), Railroaded! (1947), The Winning Ticket (1935), Manhattan Serenade (1929), Manhattan Serenade (1929), The Kid (1921), Hollywood (1923).
Other Names: Charles ‘Chuck’ Reisner, Charles F. Reisner, Chas. F. Reisner, Chuck Reisner, Charles F. Riesner, Charles Riesner
Astrological Sign: Pisces
Occupation: Film Director
Died: September 24, 1962, La Jolla, San Diego, California, United States
Children: Dean Riesner
Height: 5ft 11in (1.8 m)

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