Edward Peil

Actor - USA
Born January 18, 1883 in Racine, Wisconsin, USA
Died December 29, 1958 in Hollywood, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Edward Peil was born on January 18, 1883 in Racine, Wisconsin, USA. He was an American Actor, known for Cock o'the Walk (1930), The Mask of Fu-Manchu (1932), Broken Blossoms (1919), Edward Peil's first movie on record is from 1913. Edward Peil died on December 29, 1958 in Hollywood, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1935.

Edward Peil Filmography [Auszug]
1935: [] Whipsaw (Cast: Bartender), Directed by Sam Wood, with Lillian Leighton, Halliwell Hobbes, Howard C. Hickman,
1933: [10.06] Night flight (Cast: Airport Office Employee (/xx/) ), Directed by Clarence Brown, with John Barrymore, Helen Hayes, Clark Gable,
1932: [11.05] The Mask of Fu-Manchu (Cast: Coolie Spy (/xx/) ), Directed by Charles Brabin, Charles Vidor, with Boris Karloff, Karen Morley, Myrna Loy,
1930: [/ /1] Cock o'the Walk (Cast: Ortega), Directed by Roy William Neill, Walter Lang, with John Beck, Philip Sleeman, Joseph Schildkraut,
1929: [01.20] In Old Arizona (Cast: Joe - Man in Barber Shop (/xx/) ), Directed by Irving Cummings, Raoul Walsh, with Warner Baxter, Edmund Lowe, Dorothy Burgess,
1927: [06.19] Framed (Cast: Moola ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Milton Sills, Natalie Kingston, E.J. Ratcliffe,
1924: [11.02] Teeth (Cast: Sheriff (AKA Edward Piel)), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Tom Mix, , George Bancroft,
1923: [05.10] Purple Dawn (Cast: Wong Chang (AKA Edward Piel)), Directed by Charles R. Seeling, with Bert Sprotte, William E. Aldrich, James B. Leong,
1922: [12.10] Broken Chains (Cast: Burglar), Directed by Allen Holubar, with Malcolm McGregor, Colleen Moore, Ernest Torrence,
1922: [01.02] The Song of Life (Cast: Amos Tilden), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Gaston Glass, Grace Darmond, Georgia Woodthorpe,
1921: [] Dream Street (Cast: Swan Way), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Carol Dempster, Charles Emmett Mack, Ralph Graves,
1920: [10.31] The Money Changers (Cast: Ling Choo Fong), Directed by Jack Conway, with Robert McKim, Claire Adams, Roy Stewart,
1920: [08.00] Rose of Nome (Cast: Tim Donnay), Directed by Edward LeSaint, with Gladys Brockwell, William Scott, Herbert Prior,
1920: [01.11] Haunting Shadows (Cast: Arthur Pickering (AKA Edward Peil)), Directed by Henry King, with H.B. Warner, Charles Hill Mailes,
1919: [11.02] The Illustrious Prince (Cast: Inspector Jacks), Directed by William Worthington, with Sessue Hayakawa, Mabel Ballin, ,
1919: [10.26] The Gray Wolf's Ghost (Cast), Directed by Park Frame, Joseph Franz, with , Rita Stanwood, Hector V. Sarno,
1919: [09.28] The Dragon Painter (Cast: Kano Indara), Directed by William Worthington, with Sessue Hayakawa, Tsuru Aoki,
1919: [08.04] The Pagan God (Cast: Wah Kung), Directed by Park Frame, with H.B. Warner, Carmen Phillips,
1919: [07.06] Prudence on Broadway (Cast: Mr. Wentworth), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Olive Thomas, Francis McDonald, Harvey Clark,
1919: [05.18] I'll Get Him Yet (Cast: Robert Hamilton), Directed by Elmer Clifton, with Dorothy Gish, George Fawcett, Richard Barthelmess,
1919: [05.31] Broken Blossoms (The yellow man and the Girl) (Cast: Evil Eye), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lillian Gish, Richard Barthelmess, Donald Crisp,
1919: [04.06] Peppy Polly (Cast: Judge Monroe), Directed by Elmer Clifton, with Dorothy Gish, Richard Barthelmess,
1919: [03.23] The Girl Who Stayed at Home (Cast: Herr Turnverein [half drunk and half german]), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Adolphe Lestina, Carol Dempster, Frances Parks,
1918: [12.22] The Greatest Thing in Life (Cast: The German officer), Directed by D.W. Griffith, with Lillian Gish, David Butler, Robert Harron,
1918: [11.04] Borrowed Clothes (Orange Blossoms (Working title)) (Cast: George Weston), Directed by Lois Weber, with Mildred Harris, Lew Cody,
1918: [07.21] False Ambition (A Woman of Mystery (Working title)) (Cast: David Strong), Directed by Gilbert P. Hamilton, with Alma Rubens, Peggy Pearce, Alberta Lee,
1918: [06.23] You Can't Believe Everything (Cast: Jim Wheeler), Directed by Jack Conway, with Gloria Swanson, Darrell Foss, Jack Richardson,
1918: [04.15] The Primitive Woman (Cast: Edward Burnham), Directed by Lloyd Ingraham, with Margarita Fischer, Jack Mower, Millard K. Wilson,
1918: [02.11] Jilted Janet (Cast: Ernest Morgan), Directed by Lloyd Ingraham, with Margarita Fischer, Jack Mower,
1918: [02.00] The Shuttle (Cast: Ughtred Anstruthers (AKA Edward Peil)), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Constance Talmadge, Alan Roscoe, Edith Johnson,
1918: [01.20] Cheating the Public (Cast: Mary's Attorney), Directed by Richard Stanton, with Enid Markey, Ralph Lewis, Bertram Grassby,
1917: [12.17] New York Luck (A Live Wire Hick) (Cast: Steve Diamond (AKA Edward Peil)), Directed by Edward Sloman, Henry King, with William Russell, Francelia Billington, Harvey Clark,
1917: [11.19] The Man from Montana (Cast: Warren Summers (AKA Edward J. Peil)), Directed by George Marshall, with Neal Hart, George Berrell,
1917: [08.06] Souls in Pawn (The Woman in Black (Working title)) (Cast: Etienne Jaccard), Directed by Henry King, with Gail Kane, Douglas MacLean, Robert Klein,
1917: [05.28] Edged Tools (The Serpent's Tooth) (Cast: Jack Stilling), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Gail Kane, William Conklin,
1917: [04.30] Whose Wife? (Cast: John Herrick), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Gail Kane, ,
1917: [01.27] Eyes of the World (Cast: James Rutledge Jr., Sensuality (as Edward Peil)), Directed by Donald Crisp, with Monroe Salisbury, Jack Livingstone, Jane Novak,
1916: [08.13] The Stronger Love (Nell of Thunder Mountain (Working title)) (Cast: Jim Serviss), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Vivian Martin, Frank Lloyd,
1916: [05.01] At Piney Ridge (Cast: Mark Brierson (AKA Edward J. Piel)), Directed by William Robert Daly, with Fritzi Brunette, Al W. Filson, Leo Pierson,
1916: [01.31] Diamonds Are Trumps (Cast: Ludwig Roth (AKA Edward J. Peil)), Directed by William Robert Daly, with Fritzi Brunette, Earle Foxe,
1914: [12.00] A Strange Adventure (Cast: Rogers (AKA Edward J. Peil)), Directed by Edwin August, with Edwin August, Charles J. Ross,
1914: [11.00] A Double Haul (The Millionaire Detective, Below the Deadline (Working title)) (Cast: Rogers (AKA Edward J. Peil) ), Directed by Edwin August, with Charles J. Ross, Ann Derson,
1914: [10.12] The Ragged Earl (Cast: Lord Wildbrook), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Andrew Mack, William Conklin, Ormi Hawley,
1914: [09.25] The Investment (Cast: Jim Papkin - the Son (AKA Edward Peil)), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Edwin Barbour, Eleanor Barry,
1914: [05.21] A Leaf from the Past (Cast: Henry Wilson), Directed by Lloyd B. Carleton, with Edwin Barbour, Ormi Hawley,
1914: [04.22] The Klondike Bubble (Cast: James Dawson), Directed by N. N., with Ormi Hawley, Edwin Barbour,
1913: [11.16] The Tomboy's Race (Cast), Directed by Lucius Henderson, with Della Martel, Ernest Joy,

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