Eddy Chandler

Actor - USA
Born March 12, 1894 in Wilton Junction, Iowa, USA
Died March 23, 1948 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Eddy Chandler was born on March 12, 1894 in Wilton Junction, Iowa, USA. He was an American Actor, known for The Beast of the City (1932), Twentieth Century (1934), A Strange Adventure (1932), Eddy Chandler's first movie on record is from 1916. Eddy Chandler died on March 23, 1948 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1939.

Eddy Chandler Filmography [Auszug]
1939: [04.14] Code of the Streets (Cast: Second Guard), Directed by Harold Young, with Harry Carey, , James McCallion,
1934: [05.03] Twentieth Century (20th Century) (Cast: Cameraman (/xx/) ), Directed by Howard Hawks, with John Barrymore, Carole Lombard, Walter Conolly,
1932: [11.20] A Strange Adventure (Cast: Police Sgt. Kelly (AKA Eddie Chandler) ), Directed by Phil H. Whitman, Hampton Del Ruth, with Regis Toomey, June Clyde, Lucille La Verne,
1932: [02.13] The Beast of the City (Cast: Joel - Policeman Outside Car 47 (/xx/) ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Walter Huston, Jean Harlow, Wallace Ford,
1929: [05.00] No More Children (Cast: Mike), Directed by Albert H. Kelley, with Lewis Sargent, , Ricca Allen,
1916: [04.02] A Bath House Blunder (A Seaside Romance (Working title)) (Cast: Man Who Calls Police), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Mae Busch, Joseph Belmont, Frank Hayes,

. 5

Filmography Eddy Chandler nach Kategorien


Eddy Chandler in other Database records:

The information above does not purport to be exhaustive, but give the level of information to our database at the time of last update. All figures are best knowledge and belief researched to, legal claims arising from incorrect or missing information are expressly rejected.
Due to the current law in some countries can be held responsible person who addresses refers to having a criminal content spread may or criminal content and pages further refer, unless he closes clear from such liability. Our links below are researched to the best of my knowledge and belief, but we can not accept in any way for the content of these web pages and links from us any liability. We provide this explanation by analogy from all countries and all languages of. Quotations, if not otherwise marked, in the usual right to quote with identification of the sources added.
The copyright lies with the authors of these quotes - Eddy Chandler - KinoTV