Charles O. Seessel was born on August 27, 1877 in Manhattan, New York, USA. He was an American Art Director, Set Decorator, known for Way down east (1920), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920), Sonny (1922), Charles O. Seessel's first movie on record is from 1919. Charles O. Seessel died on October 31, 1927 in New York City, New York, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1922.
Charles O. Seessel Filmography [Auszug]
1922: [10.08] The Bond Boy (Art Director), Directed by Henry King, with Richard Barthelmess, Charles Hill Mailes, Ned Sparks,
1922: [05.22] Sonny (Art Director), Directed by Henry King, with Richard Barthelmess, Margaret Seddon, Pauline Garon,
1920: [09.03] Way down east (Art Director), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Clarine Seymour, Mary Hay, Creighton Hale,
1920:  The Amateur Wife (Art Director: (AKA Charles Osborn Seessel)), Directed by Edward Dillon, with Irene Castle, William P. Carleton, Arthur Rankin,
1920: [03.18] Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Set Decoration), Directed by John S. Robertson, with John Barrymore, Brandon Hurst, Martha Mansfield,
1920: [01.25] The Copperhead (Set Decoration), Directed by Charles Maigne, with Lionel Barrymore, William P. Carleton, Francis Joyner,
1919: [11.23] Anne of Green Gables (Art Director), Directed by William Desmond Taylor, with Mary Miles Minter, Paul Kelly, Marcia Harris,
1919: [11.02] (Art Director), Directed by Joseph De Grasse, with Dorothy Dalton, Robert Elliott, Macey Harlam,
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