Edward M. McDermott

Editor - USA
Born January 15, 1896 in Green River, Wyoming, USA
Died October 19, 1931 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Edward M. McDermott was born on January 15, 1896 in Green River, Wyoming, USA. He was an American Editor, known for Public Enemy (1931), Night Nurse (1931), Cleopatra (1917), Edward M. McDermott's first movie on record is from 1917. Edward M. McDermott died on October 19, 1931 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1931.

Edward M. McDermott Filmography [Auszug]
1931: [08.08] Night Nurse (Editor), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Barbara Stanwyck, Ben Lyon, Joan Blondell,
1931: [] Public Enemy (Editor), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Robert Emmett O'Connor, James Cagney, Jean Harlow,
1920: [03.00] Alias Jimmy Valentine (Editor), Directed by Edmund Mortimer, Arthur D. Ripley, with Bert Lytell, Vola Vale, Eugene Pallette,
1919: [12.28] Should a Woman Tell? (Editor), Directed by John Ince, with Alice Lake, Frank Currier, Jack Mulhall,
1917: [10.14] Cleopatra (Editor), Directed by J. Gordon Edwards, with Theda Bara, Thurston Hall, Fritz Leiber,

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