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Geldart (second, left) in captain's coat in
Jungle Bride (1933)
|Born||June 9, 1867|
New Brunswick, Canada
|Died||May 13, 1935 67) (aged|
Calabasas, California, U.S.
|Other names||Charles H. Geldart|
Clarence Geldart (June 9, 1867 – May 13, 1935) was an American film actor. He appeared in 127 films between 1915 and 1936. He is sometimes credited as C.H. Geldart or Charles H. Geldart.
He was born in New Brunswick, Canada, and died in Calabasas, California.
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