Charles G. Booth

Charles G. Booth


Charles G. Booth was born on Feb 12, 1896 in UK. Charles G. Booth's big-screen debut came with The House of a Thousand Candles directed by Arthur Lubin in 1936.

Charles G. Booth was born on February 12, 1896 in Lancashire, England, UK. He was a writer, known for La maison de la 92e rue (1945), Massacre à Furnace Creek (1948) and The Magnificent Fraud (1939). He died on May 22, 1949 in Beverly Hills, California, USA.

  • Birthday

    Feb 12, 1896
  • Place of Birth

    Lancashire, England, UK


2 wins & 1 nominations

Academy Awards, USA
Best Writing, Original Story
Winner - Oscar
Edgar Allan Poe Awards
Best Motion Picture
Winner - Honorary Scroll