Charles D. Hall - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Family Biography

Charles D. Hall’s height is 5ft 3in (1.6 m)

Charles D. Hall was a British-American art director and production designer. He is perhaps best remembered for his tenure at Universal Pictures, where he began his career during the silent era.

Best Known For Movie: Frankenstein
Height: 5ft 3in (1.6 m)
Born: April 20, 1888, Norwich, United Kingdom
Filmography: Medic (1954-1955), The Man Behind the Badge (1955), Treasury Men in Action (1954-1955), TV Reader’s Digest (1955), Dear Phoebe (1954), Appointment in Honduras (1953), The Loretta Young Show (1953), Red Planet Mars (1952), The Vicious Years (1950), The Flying Saucer (1950), Two Knights from Brooklyn (1949), Not Wanted (1949), Yanks Ahoy (1943), Nazty Nuisance (1943), Prairie Chickens (1943), Taxi, Mister (1943), Calaboose (1943), Two Mugs from Brooklyn (1942), Fall In (1942), The Devil with Hitler (1942), Flying with Music (1942), Brooklyn Orchid (1942), Hay Foot (1942), Fiesta (1941), All-American Co-Ed (1941), Niagara Falls (1941), Tanks a Million (1941), Road Show (1941), Saps at Sea (1940), One Million B.C. (1940), A Chump at Oxford (1940), The Housekeeper’s Daughter (1939), Captain Fury (1939), Zenobia (1939), Topper Takes a Trip (1938), There Goes My Heart (1938), Swiss Miss (1938), Merrily We Live (1938), The Road Back (1937), My Man Godfrey (1936), Nobody’s Fool (1936), Show Boat (1936), Next Time We Love (1936), Magnificent Obsession (1935), The Great Impersonation (1935), East of Java (1935), Remember Last Night? (1935), Diamond Jim (1935), The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), It Happened in New York (1935), Night Life of the Gods (1935), The Good Fairy (1935), There’s Always Tomorrow (1934), Imitation of Life (1934), One More River (1934), I Give My Love (1934), Love Birds (1934), The Black Cat (1934), Affairs of a Gentleman (1934), Little Man, What Now? (1934), I’ll Tell the World (1934), Glamour (1934), The Poor Rich (1934), Madame Spy (1934), Counsellor at Law (1933), By Candlelight (1933), King for a Night (1933), The Invisible Man (1933), Ladies Must Love (1933), Don’t Bet on Love (1933), Horse Play (1933), The Kiss Before the Mirror (1933), The Vampire Bat (1933), Merry-Go-Round (1932), Back Street (1932), Scandal for Sale (1932), The Impatient Maiden (1932), Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932), Frankenstein (1931), The Spirit of Notre Dame (1931), Waterloo Bridge (1931), East of Borneo (1931), Up for Murder (1931), Iron Man (1931), Drácula (1931), Dracula (1931), The Cohens and the Kellys in Africa (1930), All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), Tarzan the Tiger (1929), The Love Trap (1929), Melody Lane (1929), Broadway (1929), Show Boat (1929), The Kid’s Clever (1929), The Last Warning (1929), Lonesome (1928), The Man Who Laughs (1928), The Circus (1928), Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1927), The Last Performance (1927), The Cat and the Canary (1927), Sensation Seekers (1927), The Cheerful Fraud (1926), The Cohens and Kellys (1926), The Phantom of the Opera (1925), Bag and Baggage (1923), The Pilgrim (1923), Pay Day (1922/I), The Idle Class (1921), The Kid (1921), Big House, U.S.A. (1955), Shield for Murder (1954), Modern Times (1936), Only Yesterday (1933), A Woman of the Sea (1926), The Gold Rush (1925), The Professor (1919), A Day’s Pleasure (1919), Sunnyside (1919), Shoulder Arms (1918), The Bond (1918), A Dog’s Life (1918), What Next, Corporal Hargrove? (1945), Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945), Son of Lassie (1945), Without Love (1945), Captain Caution (1940), The Man Who Laughs (1928), The Gold Rush (1925), The Lying Truth (1922), Dragon Seed (1944), The Heavenly Body (1944), The Old Dark House (1932), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923/I), Modern Times (1936), City Lights (1931), In the Land of Phantoms (2008).
Other Names: C. Daniel Hall, Charles Hall, Chas. D. Hall, Daniel Hall, Danny Hall
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Production Designer, Art Director
Died: April 8, 1970, Los Angeles, California, United States
Spouse: Lura Hall (m. 1913–1970)
Siblings: Archie Hall
Nominations: Academy Award for Best Production Design
Art directed: Bride of Frankenstein, Frankenstein,

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