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Edward Clark was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Clark worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Abandoned" (1949) starring Dennis O'Keefe, "Branded" with Alan Ladd (1950) and "Broken Hearts of Hollywood" (1926). He also contributed to "Devil's Harvest" with June Doyle (1942), "Finger Prints" (1927) and "The Accused" (1949). His film career continued throughout the fifties in productions like the musical comedy "The Petty Girl" (1950) with Robert Cummings, "Bedtime For Bonzo" (1951) with Ronald Reagan and the crime flick "Little Egypt" (1951) with Mark Stevens. He also appeared in the crime drama "Strangers On a Train" (1951) with Farley Granger and "Easy to Love" (1953) with Esther Williams. In the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in the sports comedy "Money From Home" (1953) with Dean Martin, "Crashout" (1955) and the dramatic adaptation "East of Eden" (1955) with Julie Harris. He also appeared in "Bog" (1978) featuring Gloria DeHaven and the Isabelle Adjani biopic drama "Antonieta" (1982). Clark was most recently credited in "Blindspot" (NBC, 2015-). Clark passed away in November 1954 at the age of 76. ...

Edward Clark was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Clark worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Abandoned" (1949) starring Dennis O'Keefe, "Branded" with Alan Ladd (1950) and "Broken Hearts of Hollywood" (1926). He also contributed to "Devil's Harvest" with June Doyle (1942), "Finger Prints" (1927) and "The Accused" (1949). His film career continued throughout the fifties in productions like the musical comedy "The Petty Girl" (1950) with Robert Cummings, "Bedtime For Bonzo" (1951) with Ronald Reagan and the crime flick "Little Egypt" (1951) with Mark Stevens. He also appeared in the crime drama "Strangers On a Train" (1951) with Farley Granger and "Easy to Love" (1953) with Esther Williams. In the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in the sports comedy "Money From Home" (1953) with Dean Martin, "Crashout" (1955) and the dramatic adaptation "East of Eden" (1955) with Julie Harris. He also appeared in "Bog" (1978) featuring Gloria DeHaven and the Isabelle Adjani biopic drama "Antonieta" (1982). Clark was most recently credited in "Blindspot" (NBC, 2015-). Clark passed away in November 1954 at the age of 76.

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1.
 Antonieta (1982)
2.
 Bog (1978)
3.
 Crashout (1955) Conductor
4.
 Three Hours to Kill (1954) Ernest
5.
 Hell's Outpost (1954) Belden
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 Money from Home (1954) Dr. Capulet
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 I Love Melvin (1953) Meek man
8.
 Houdini (1953) Doorman
9.
 Bandits of the West (1953) Anders
10.
 Topeka (1953) Reb Corley
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