Charles MacMahon (theatrical entrepreneur)
Charles MacMahon (1861–1917) was an Australian theatrical entrepreneur and filmmaker. He toured a large number of stage shows in collaboration with his brother James. He also made several silent feature films, including the first film versions of Robbery Under Arms (1907) and For the Term of His Natural Life (1908). Both films are considered lost films.
- Charles MacMahon at IMDB
- Charles MacMahon at Australian Dictionary of Biography
- Charles MacMahon at National Film and Sound Archive
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