Al Ernest Garcia

Place of birth:
San Francisco, California, USA:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Al Ernest Garcia (11 March 1887 – 4 September 1938) was an American actor, best known for his long association with Charlie Chaplin. He acted with Chaplin in six films between 1921 and 1936, cast mostly in clinical or villainous supporting roles. Garcia portrayed the brutal circus director in The Circus (1928), the snobbish butler of the millionaire in City Lights (1931), and the factory owner in Modern Times (1936). He was also a casting director for Chaplin on The Circus, City Lights, and Modern Times. Garcia was co-founder of the Motion Picture Extras and Supporting Players Association, founded in 1933.


In Old Mexico (1938)
as Don Carlos Gonzalez
Blossoms On Broadway (1937)
as Opera Patron (uncredited)
I'll Take Romance (1937)
as Allan Garcia
Modern Times (1936)
as President of the Electro Steel Corp.
The Gay Desperado (1936)
as Police Captain
One Way Passage (1932)
as Honolulu Cigar Store Proprietor (uncredited)
South of Santa Fe (1932)
as Captain Felipe Mendezez Gonzales Rodrigues (as Alan Garcia)
The Cisco Kid (1931)
as Orderly (uncredited)
City Lights (1931)
as The Millionaire's Butler James
Morgan's Last Raid (1929)
as Morgan
The Circus (1928)
as The Circus Proprietor and Ring Master
The Gold Rush (1925)
as Prospector (uncredited)
The Power God (1925)
as Weston Dore
Pay Day (1922)
as Drinking Companion and Policeman
The Idle Class (1921)
as Cop in Park / Guest (uncredited)
The Trail of the Octopus (1919)
as Wang
Six Feet Four (1919)
as Ben Broderick
Her Atonement (1915)
Young Romance (1915)
as Spagnoli (as Al Garcia)
The Rose of the Rancho (1914)
as Henchman
Indian summer (1913)
as Jim
Shipwrecked (1911)
as Pierre Binbeau
Modern Times
City Lights
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