Charles Farrell Overview:

Actor, Charles Farrell, was born on Aug 9, 1900 in Onset Bay, MA. Farrell died at the age of 89 on May 6, 1990 in Palm Springs, CA and was laid to rest in Welwood Murray Cemetery in Palm Springs, Riverside County, CA.

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He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Television and Motion Pictures.

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"City Girl" (1930)

By Silentfilmfanatic on Mar 8, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

"City Girl" (1930) is a silent romantic drama starring , Mary Duncan, David Torrence, and Anne Shirley. Directed by F.W. Murnau and based on the play "The Mud Turtle," by Elliott Lester, this film is about the clash between urban and rural values and the conflicting relationship betwe... Read full article


Book Review-- Lucky Stars: Janet Gaynor &

By KC on Nov 25, 2009 From Classic Movies

There can never be a Janet Gaynor and love team again. --Janet Gaynor, 1970 Though you wouldn’t know it from the sparse attention they get today, Janet Gaynor and were the most popular screen couple of the 1920s and 30s. Starting with a sensationally swoon... Read full article


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Charles Farrell Quotes:

Mrs. Piper: I'll be all alone, with so many things to remind me of my boy in the old home.
Peter Piper: Yeah, we've lived in our ancestral three rooms for going on two months now.


Peter Piper: What's yours is mine, and what's mine is mine!


Mrs. Piper: Pete, my poor boy. You're on the edge of a great and serious experience.
[It's the night before Pete's wedding]
Peter Piper: What's the matter? What are you talking about?
Mrs. Piper: Listen, Pete. In every man, in every boy even, there lurks a beast. A beast that can be aroused!
Peter Piper: [embarrassed] Oh for cat's sake, Ma.


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Charles Farrell Facts
When his career began to decline in the 1940s, Farrel became a land developer in Palm Springs, California.

An explosion on the set of the film that made him a star, Old Ironsides (1926), left a technician dead, several bystanders injured and blew out Farrell's eardrums, leaving him partially deaf for the rest of his life, something he was fairly careful not to let on.

Owner and proprietor of Charlie Farrell's Racquet Club in Palm Springs, California.

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