Edward Earle

Actor - USA
Born July 16, 1882 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Died December 15, 1972 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Edward Earle was born on July 16, 1882 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He was an American Actor, known for The Harvey Girls (1946), Spite Marriage (1929), The Wind (1928), Edward Earle's first movie on record is from 1913. Edward Earle died on December 15, 1972 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1946.

Edward Earle Filmography [Auszug]
1946: [/ /1] The Harvey Girls (Cast: Jed Adams), Directed by George Sidney, with Selena Royle, Kenny Baker,
1944: [] She's a Soldier Too (Cast), Directed by William Castle, with Beulah Bondi, Nina Foch, Jessica Barker,
1942: [] Youth on Parade (Cast: Major (/xx/)), Directed by Albert S. Rogell, with John Hubbard, Martha O'Driscoll, ,
1939: [04.19] Back Door to Heaven (Cast: Judge (/xx/)), Directed by William K. Howard, with Jimmy Lydon, Anita Magee, Raymond Roe,
1938: [12.29] The Duke of West Point (Cast: Surgeon), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with Louis Hayward, Joan Fontaine, Tom Brown,
1935: [04.16] Fighting Lady (Cast: Eugene 'Breck' Breckenridge ), Directed by Carlos F. Borcosque, with Peggy Shannon, Jack Mulhall, Marion Lessing,
1932: [] Forgotten Women (Cast), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Marion Shilling, Beryl Mercer, Eddie Kane,
1929: [/ /1] Spite Marriage (Cast: Lionel Denmore), Directed by Edward Sedgwick, with Buster Keaton, Dorothy Sebastian,
1928: [11.23] The Wind (Cast: Beverly), Directed by Victor Sjöström, with Lillian Gish, Lars Hanson, Montagu Love,
1926: [05.02] The Greater Glory (The Viennese Medley (Working title)) (Cast: Otto Steiner), Directed by Curt Rehfeld, Silvano Balboni, with Conway Tearle, Anna Q. Nilsson, May Allison,
1926: [02.21] Irene (Cast: Larry Hadley), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with Colleen Moore, Lloyd Hughes, George K. Arthur,
1926: [08.08] Pals First (Cast: Dr. Harry Chilton ), Directed by Edwin Carewe, with Dolores Del Rio, Lloyd Hughes, George Cooper,
1925: [07.12] The Lady Who Lied (Cast: Alan Mortimer), Directed by Edwin Carewe, with Lewis Stone, Virginia Valli, Louis Payne,
1924: [] How To Educate a Wife (Cast: Robert Benson), Directed by Monta Bell, with Marie Prevost, Monte Blue, Claude Gillingwater,
1924: [02.10] Gambling Wives (Cast: Vincent Forrest ), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Marjorie Daw, Lee Moran,
1922: [11.15] The Streets of New York (Cast: Paul Fairweather), Directed by Burton L. King, with Anders Randolf, Leslie King, Barbara Castleton,
1922: [] The Man Who Played God (Cast: Philip Stevens), Directed by F. Harmon Weight, with Mary Astor, George Arliss, Ann Forrest,
1922: [04.30] False Fronts (Cast: Keith Drummond), Directed by Samuel R. Bradley, with Madelyn Clare, Frank Losee,
1921: [03.00] East Lynne (Cast: Archibald Carlyle), Directed by Hugo Ballin, with Mabel Ballin, Gladys Coburn,
1921: [] Passion Fruit (Cast: Pierce Lamont), Directed by John Ince, with Doraldina, Stuart Holmes,
1920: [01.17] High Speed (Cast: Billy Brice), Directed by Charles Miller, with Gladys Hulette, L. Rogers Lytton,
1919: [10.26] Ghost of a Chance (Cast), Directed by Kenneth S. Webb, with Agnes Ayres,
1919: [08.09] The Buried Treasure (Cast), Directed by Kenneth S. Webb, with Agnes Ayres,
1919: [07.14] His Bridal Night (Cast: Joe Damorel), Directed by Kenneth S. Webb, with Alice Brady, James Crane,
1919: [05.04] Shocks of Doom (Cast), Directed by Henry Houry, with Agnes Ayres,
1918: [07.08] One Thousand Dollars (Cast: Eddie Gillian), Directed by Kenneth S. Webb, with Florence Deshon, Agnes Ayres,
1918: [07.03] The Girl and the Graft (Cast), Directed by William P.S. Earle, with Agnes Ayres, Florence Deshon,
1918: [06.00] Sisters of the Golden Circle (Cast), Directed by Kenneth S. Webb, with Alice Rodier, Agnes Ayres,
1918: [05.06] The Little Runaway (Ann Acushla (Working title)) (Cast: Lord Killowen), Directed by William P.S. Earle, with Gladys Leslie, ,
1918: [01.07] The Blind Adventure (The Agony Column, The Second Floor Mystery) (Cast: Geoffrey West), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Betty Howe, Frank Norcross,
1917: [09.17] For France (Cast: Edward Ackland ), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Betty Howe, Arthur Donaldson,
1917: [05.21] The Beautiful Lie (Cast: Paul Vivian), Directed by John W. Noble, with Frances Nelson, Harry S. Northrup,
1917: [04.12] The Great Bradley Mystery (Whose Hand? (Working title)) (Cast: Collier ), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Alma Hanlon, Edward Ellis,
1917: [04.00] God's Man (Cast: Archie Hartogensis), Directed by George Irving, with H.B. Warner, Kate Lester, Albert Tavernier,
1916: [10.30] The Gates of Eden (Cast: Rodney Drab), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, Augustus Phillips, Robert Walker,
1916: [09.04] The Light of Happiness (Cast: Lowell Van Orden), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, George D. Melville, Lorraine Frost,
1916: [03.01] What Doris Did (Cast), Directed by George Foster Platt, with Doris Grey, Florence LaBadie, Gladys Hulette,
1916: [01.26] The Innocence of Ruth (Cast: Jimmy Carter), Directed by John H. Collins, with Viola Dana, Augustus Phillips,
1915: [12.20] The Great Divide (Director of Photography: (AKA Edward C. Earle)), Directed by Edgar Lewis, with Ethel Clayton, House Peters, Marie Sterling,
1915: [12.17] The Hand of the Law (Cast: Dan Chamberlain), Directed by Edward C. Taylor, with Bessie Learn, Bigelow Cooper,
1915: [11.27] Roses of Memory (Cast: Robert Townsend), Directed by Edward C. Taylor, with Bessie Learn, Augustus Phillips,
1915: [10.22] The Land of Adventure (Cast: Eddie Reynolds, Soldier of Fortune), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Johnnie Walker, William Fables,
1915: [09.17] Ranson's Folly (Cast: Lieutenant Ranson), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Marc McDermott,
1915: [07.31] The Bedouin's Sacrifice (Cast: Dick Thurston), Directed by Harry Beaumont, with Bessie Learn, Charles Sutton, Nellie Grant,
1915: [07.09] Eugene Aram (Cast: Walter Lester, his son), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Marc McDermott, Mabel Trunnelle, Gladys Hulette,
1915: [06.25] Through Turbulent Waters (Cast: Frank Wentworth), Directed by Duncan McRae, with Gertrude McCoy, Frank Farrington, Bessie Learn,
1915: [06.18] The Working of a Miracle (Cast: Ray Conover, a college man), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Nellie Grant, Gladys Hulette,
1915: [05.10] Her Proper Place (Cast: Harry Cornell), Directed by Langdon West, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Robert Brower,
1915: [04.26] Greater Than Art (The Greater Love (Working title)) (Cast: Guy Crosby - Young American ), Directed by John H. Collins, with Gertrude McCoy, Bigelow Cooper, Helen Strickland,
1915: [03.27] The Phantom Thief (Who Stole the Portrait? (Working title)) (Cast: Kenneth Turner ), Directed by John H. Collins, with William Carleton sr., Helen Strickland, Gertrude McCoy,
1915: [03.26] A Theft in the Dark (Cast: Ralph Vernon ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Marc McDermott, Miriam Nesbitt, Viola Dana,
1915: [03.20] For the Man she loved (Cast: Joseph Ridpath, her employer), Directed by Langdon West, with Mabel Trunnelle, Frank McGlynn,
1915: [03.09] The Shadow of Death (In the Shadow of Death) (Cast: Louis Spencer, a young Englishman in love with Lizette), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Bessie Learn, Frank McGlynn, Mrs. William Bechtel,
1915: [02.09] Olive's Greatest Opportunity (A portrayal of the twelfth of Olive's Opportunities) (Cast: Vance Coleman, her lover), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Mabel Dwight,
1915: [02.02] Olive and the Heirloom (A portrayal of the eleventh of Olive's Opportunities) (Cast: Vance Coleman, her lover), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior,
1915: [01.26] Olive in the Madhouse (A portrayal of the tenth of Olive's Opportunities, Olive and the Madhouse) (Cast: Vance Coleman, her lover), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior,
1915: [01.19] Olive's Manufactured Mother (A portrayal of the ninth of Olive's Opportunities) (Cast: Vance Coleman, her lover), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Helen Strickland,
1915: [01.15] Lena (Cast: Euphemia's Young Man), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Miriam Nesbitt, Dan Mason, Mrs. William Bechtel,
1915: [01.12] Olive's Other Self (A portrayal of the eighth of Olive's Opportunities) (Cast: Vance Coleman, her lover), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Anne Leonard,
1915: [01.05] Olive and the Burglar (A portrayal of the seventh of Olive's Opportunities) (Cast: Vance Coleman, her lover), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior,
1914: [12.29] The Lesson of the Flames (Cast: Vance Coleman), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Mathilde Baring,
1914: [12.22] Olive is Dismissed (Cast: Vance Coleman), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Duncan McRae,
1914: [12.15] The Vanishing of Olive (Cast: Vance Coleman), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Bigelow Cooper,
1914: [12.08] The Rose at the Door (Cast: Vance Coleman), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior,
1914: [12.01] The Girl on the Open Road (Cast: Vance Coleman), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior,
1914: [11.24] A Gypsy Madcap (Cast: Vance Coleman), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, Herbert Prior,
1914: [11.17] A Moment of Madness (Cast: Jack Aldridge), Directed by Langdon West, with Gertrude McCoy, Kate Jordan,
1914: [11.13] A Question of Identity (Cast: Claude de Brissac ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Julia Calhoun, Augustus Phillips, Carlton S. King,
1914: [11.02] The New Partner (Cast: Phillip Barton, her unknown partner), Directed by Langdon West, with Gertrude McCoy, Harry B. Eytinge,
1914: [10.06] Greater Love Hath No Man (Cast: Lieutenant Paul), Directed by Richard Ridgely, with Mabel Trunnelle, T. Tamamoto,
1914: [09.18] Sheep's Clothing (Cast: Peter Traft ), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Bigelow Cooper, Marjorie Ellison, Gertrude McCoy,
1914: [08.28] The Birth of the Star Spangled Banner (Cast: Aide to General Ross), Directed by George Lessey, with Augustus Phillips, , Charles Sutton,
1914: [08.03] A Tango Spree (Cast: The Grocer's Boy), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Dan Mason, May Abbey, Ida Ward,
1914: [06.19] The Hand of Horror (Cast: Frank Henley, Clark's assistant), Directed by Preston Kendall, Charles M. Seay, with William West, , Bessie Learn,
1914: [04.24] The Unopened Letter (Cast: Paul King ), Directed by Preston Kendall, with Bessie Learn, William Bechtel,
1914: [03.31] The Mystery of the Laughing Death (Cast: Geoffrey Arbuthnot, Brother), Directed by George Lessey, with , Robert Brower, Cora Williams,
1914: [03.14] An Affair of Dress (Cast: Hillary Graham), Directed by Walter Edwin, with Mary Fuller, Sally Crute, Margery Bonney Erskine,
1914: [02.16] The Adventure of the Extra Baby (Octavius, the Amateur Detective #2: The Adventure of the Extra Baby) (Cast), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Barry O'Moore, Julian Reed,
1914: [01.31] The Active Life of Dolly of the Dailies (Dolly of the Dailies) (Cast: Nephew [Ch. 2]), Directed by Walter Edwin, with Mary Fuller, Yale Boss, Charles Ogle,
1914: [01.27] The Mystery of the Talking Wire (Cast: Harry Beachman, thier son), Directed by George Lessey, with , Robert Brower, Charles Sutton,
1914: [01.21] The Uncanny Mr. Gumble (Cast: Stephen van Buren), Directed by Ashley Miller, with Julian Reed, Augustus Phillips, Harry Linson,
1914: [06.30] The Mystery of the Fadeless Tints (Cast: Sir Harmon Blench), Directed by George Lessey, with , Robert Brower, Harry Beaumont,
1913: [10.20] An Hour Before Dawn (Cast: Prof. Wallace - the Inventor), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Laura Sawyer, House Peters,

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