Charles Walters was a film director, born on November 17, 1911, in Brooklyn, New York. Walters attended Anaheim High School before studying at the University of Southern California. He was a citizen of the United States and passed away on August 13, 1982, in Malibu, California.
Walters was known for his work across several industries, including movies, cinematography, the film industry, filmmaking, and acting. Some of his most notable works as a director include "Lili", "Presenting Lily Mars", "Abbott and Costello in Hollywood", and "Easy to Love".
Throughout his career, Walters directed various films, such as "Ziegfeld Follies", "Annie Get Your Gun (musical)", "Cimarron", "The Glass Slipper", and "Good News (musical)". He also directed films like "Walk, Don't Run", "Please Don't Eat the Daisies", "Summer Stock", "The Barkleys of Broadway", and "High society", among many others.