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Charles Drake (October 2, 1917 – September 10, 1994) was an American actor.Drake was born as Charles Ruppert in New York City. He graduated from Nichols College and became a salesman. In 1939, he turned to acting and signed a contract with Warner Brothers. He wasn't immediately successful. World War II interrupted his career; soon after his military service was complete, Drake returned to Hollywood in 1945, his contract with Warner Brothers ended. In the 1940s, he did some freelance work, like A Night in Casablanca. In 1949 he moved to Universal Studios. In 1955, Drake turned to television as one of the stock-company players on Robert Montgomery Presents and three years later he became the host of the British TV espionage weekly Rendezvous. In 1959, he starred in the Western film, No Name on the Bullet, where he played a doctor dedicated to saving a small town from a dangerous assassin. In 1967 he played the part of Oliver Greer in The Fugitive episode The One That Got Away. He played in 83 films between 1939 and 1975, including Scream, Pretty Peggy. More than 50 were dramas, but he also acted in comedies, science fiction, horror and film noir. He died on September 10, 1994 in East Lyme, Connecticut, aged 76.
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|1||Valley of the Dolls (1967)||Kevin Gillmore||6|
|2||Dear Heart (1964)||Frank Taylor||-|
|3||To Hell and Back (1955)||Brandon||-|
|4||All That Heaven Allows (1955)||Mick Anderson||10|
|5||The Glenn Miller Story (1954)||Don Haynes||6|
|6||Gunsmoke (1953)||Johnny Lake||4|
|7||Winchester '73 (1950)||Steve Miller||7|
|8||Harvey (1950)||Dr. Sanderson||9|
|9||A Night in Casablanca (1946)||Lt. Pierre Delmar||7|
|10||Conflict (1945)||Prof. Norman Holsworth||-|
|11||Air Force (1943)||Navigator||-|
|12||Now, Voyager (1942)||Leslie Trotter (uncredited)||4|
|13||Sergeant York (1941)||Scorer (uncredited)||-|
|14||The Maltese Falcon (1941)||Reporter (uncredited)||8.2|
|15||The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)||Young Priest (uncredited)||5|