Edmund Burns

Edmund Burns

Portrait Edmund Burns, Archiv KinoTVActor - USA
Born September 27, 1892 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Died April 2, 1980 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Edmund Burns was born on September 27, 1892 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He was an American Actor, known for Air Mail (1932), Male and Female (1919), Garragan (1924), Edmund Burns's first movie on record is from 1917. Edmund Burns died on April 2, 1980 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1932.

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1932: Air Mail (Cast), Directed by John Ford, with Pat O'Brien, Ralph Bellamy, Gloria Stuart,
1929: The love racket (Cast), with Dorothy Mackaill,
1926: A Lodge in the Wilderness (Cast: Jim Wallace), Directed by Henry McCarthy, with Jim Farley, Duane Thompson,
1926: Paris at Midnight (Cast: Eugène de Rastagnic ), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Émile Chautard, Jetta Goudal, Lionel Barrymore,
1925: Der Farmer aus Texas (Cast: Erik), Directed by Joe May, with Emmy Wyda, Mady Christians,
1924: Garragan (Cast: AKA Edward Burns), Directed by Ludwig Wolff, with Julanne Johnston, , Karl Platen,
1924: Broadway after dark (Cast: Jack Devlin), Directed by Monta Bell, with Adolphe Menjou, Norma Shearer, Anna Q. Nilsson,
1924: The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln) (Cast), Directed by Phil Rosen, with George A. Billings, Ruth Clifford, Nell Craig,
1922: The Dangerous Age (Cast: Ted), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Lewis Stone, Cleo Madison, Edith Roberts,
1922: East Is West (Cast: Billy Benson (as Edward Burns)), Directed by Sidney Franklin, with Constance Talmadge, E. Alyn Warren,
1922: The Green Temptation (Cast: Hugh Duyker (as Edward Burns)), Directed by William Desmond Taylor, with Betty Compson, Mahlon Hamilton, Theodore Kosloff,
1921: The Girl from God's Country (Cast), Directed by Nell Shipman, with Walt Whitman, Milla Davenport,
1920: To Please One Woman (Cast: Dr. John Ransome ), Directed by Lois Weber, with Lois Weber Productions, , Edith Kessler,
1920: Eyes of the Heart (Cast: Mike Hogan (AKA Edward Burns)), Directed by Paul Powell, with Loyola O'Connor, Lucien Littlefield,
1920: One Hour Before Dawn (Cast: Arthur), Directed by Henry King, with H.B. Warner, Anna Q. Nilsson, Augustus Phillips,
1920: The virgin of Stamboul (Cast: Hector Baron), Directed by Tod Browning, with Priscilla Dean, Wheeler Oakman, Wallace Beery,
1919: Male and Female (Cast: Treherne), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Thomas Meighan, Theodore Roberts, Raymond Hatton,
1919: The Love Burglar (Cast: Arthur Strong), Directed by James Cruze, with Wallace Reid, Anna Q. Nilsson, Raymond Hatton,
1919: Marriage for Convenience (Cast: Ned Gardiner (as Edward Burns)), Directed by Sidney Olcott, with Catherine Calvert, Ann May, George Majeroni,
1918: Under the Greenwood Tree (Cast: Sir Kenneth Graham (as Edward Burns)), Directed by Émile Chautard, with Elsie Ferguson, Eugene O'Brien,
1918: Love Watches (Cast: Graf André de Juvigny), Directed by Henry Houry, with Corinne Griffith, Julia Swayne Gordon, Florence Deshon,
1918: The Danger Mark (Cast: Scott Seagrave (as Edward Burns)), Directed by Hugh Ford, with Elsie Ferguson, Mahlon Hamilton, Crauford Kent,
1918: The Soap Girl (Cast: Richard Van Ruhl), Directed by Martin Justice, with Gladys Leslie, Frank Norcross, Harold Foshay,
1918: The Ordeal of Rosetta (The Phantom Feud (Working title)) (Cast: Dick), Directed by Émile Chautard, with Alice Brady, Crauford Kent, Ormi Hawley,
1918: The Life Mask (Cast: Richard Courtland (AKA Edward J. Burns) ), Directed by Frank Hall Crane, with , Thomas Holding, ,
1918: The Wasp (Cast: Harry), Directed by Lionel Belmore, with Kitty Gordon, Rockliffe Fellowes, Charles Gerry,
1918: Morgan's Raiders (The Wild Cat (Working title)) (Cast: John Davidson (AKA Edward Burns)), Directed by Wilfred Lucas, Bess Meredyth, with Violet Mersereau, ,
1917: Diamonds and Pearls (The Hour Glass (Working title)) (Cast: John Leffingwell Jr. (as Edward Burns)), Directed by George Archainbaud, with Kitty Gordon, Milton Sills, Curtis Cooksey,
1917: Her Hour (Cast: Dick Christie (as Edward Burns)), Directed by George Cowl, with Kitty Gordon, Frank Beamish, Yolande Brown,
1917: The Slave (Cast: Egbert Atwell (as Edward Burns)), Directed by William Nigh, with Valeska Suratt, Violet Palmer, Eric Mayne,

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