Charles Dingle Overview:

Character actor, Charles Dingle, was born on Dec 28, 1887 in Wabash, IN. Dingle died at the age of 68 on Jan 19, 1956 in Worcester, MA .

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William Marshall: You don't have to convince me about 'Hubbard Sons.' I'm sure you're the right people for the deal. You want the mill here, I want it here. But it's not my business WHY you want it.
Ben Hubbard: They're to bring the machine to the cotton, and not the cotton to the machine.


Ben Hubbard: Then, too, one loses today and wins tomorrow.


Regina Giddens: How much more time can you give me?
Ben Hubbard: Horace has refused.
Regina Giddens: He'll change his mind. I'll find a way to make him. How much longer can you wait?
Ben Hubbard: Well, I could wait a few days, but I can't wait a few days. I could, but I can't. Could and can't.
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Charles Dingle Facts
Well remembered as Ben, the "confirmed bachelor" elder to Bette Davis, in The Little Foxes (1941), in a role he had earlier played on Broadway.

Didn't start doing films until he was age 52.

Critic Bosley Crowther, reviewing 'The Little Foxes' in New York Times of August 22 1941, commented on his performance "Charles Dingle as brother Ben Hubbard, the oldest and sharpest of the rattlesnake clan, is the perfect villain in respectable garb". Dingle was also good value as factory owner Andrew Holmes in 'The Talk of the Town' (1942).

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