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Edward Arnold

Edward Arnold

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Also Known As: Died: April 26, 1956
Born: February 18, 1890 Cause of Death: cerebral hemorrhage
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Quit school at age ten to work as newsboy, errand boy, bellhop and boiler attendant at Columbia University; orphaned at age 14
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Amateur theatrical debut as Lorenzo in "Merchant of Venice" at age 12 in an East Side settlement house production
1905:
Professional stage debut as a bit player with Ben Greet Players in Trenton, New Jersey; changed name to Edward Arnold
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Joined Maxine Elliott's acting company as juvenile lead and assistant stage manager
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Hired by Essanay Studio in Chicago to replace Francis X. Bushman as a Western hero; starred in over 40 two-reelers; worked as extra with Old World Film Company in New Jersey
1915:
Film debut, "When the Man Speaks"
1925:
Returned to Broadway in "Easy Come, Easy Go"
1927:
Appeared in "Sunrise", directed by F.W. Murnau
1932:
First sound film, "Okay America"
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Became a leader in the sale of war bonds during WWII and in the establishment of USO camp shows for the armed forces
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Co-founded "I Am An American" Foundation
1956:
Last films, "The Houston Story", "Miami Expose", "The Ambassador's Daughter"

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