Edmund Lowe


Actor
Edmund Lowe

About

Also Known As
Edmund Dantes Lowe
Birth Place
San Jose, California, USA
Born
March 03, 1890
Died
April 20, 1971

Family & Companions

Esther Miller
Wife
Divorced.
Lilyan Tashman
Wife
Actor. Met in 1918; married in 1925 until her death in 1934.
Rita Kaufman
Wife
Divorced in 1950.

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Heller in Pink Tights (1960)
Manfred Montague
Plunderers of Painted Flats (1959)
Ned East
The Last Hurrah (1958)
Johnny Byrne
The Wings of Eagles (1957)
Admiral Moffett
Around the World in 80 Days (1956)
Chief engineer, S.S. Henrietta
Intruder in the Dust (1950)
Gowrie twin
Good Sam (1948)
H. C. Borden
The Strange Mr. Gregory (1946)
Mr. Gregory, also known as Lane Talbot
Dillinger (1945)
Specs Green
The Enchanted Forest (1945)
Dr. Steven Blaine
Oh, What a Night (1944)
Rand
Girl in the Case (1944)
William Warner
Murder in Times Square (1943)
Cory Williams
Dangerous Blondes (1943)
Ralph McCormick
Call Out the Marines (1942)
Harry Curtis
Klondike Fury (1942)
Dr. John Mandre
Flying Cadets (1941)
[Captain Rodclift] Rocky [Ames]
Double Date (1941)
Roger [Baldwin]
Honeymoon Deferred (1940)
Adam Farradene
The Crooked Road (1940)
John Vincent
Wolf of New York (1940)
Christopher Faulkner
Men Against the Sky (1940)
Dan McLean
I Love You Again (1940)
Duke Sheldon
The Witness Vanishes (1939)
Mark Peters
Our Neighbors--the Carters (1939)
"Bill" Hastings
Newsboys' Home (1938)
Perry Warner
Every Day's a Holiday (1938)
Jim McCarey
Secrets of a Nurse (1938)
John Dodge
Murder on Diamond Row (1937)
Barrabal [also known as Captain Frank Leslie]
Under Cover of Night (1937)
Christopher Cross
Espionage (1937)
Kenneth [Stevens, also known as Alfred Hartrix]
Mad Holiday (1936)
Philip Trent
The Girl on the Front Page (1936)
"Hank" Gilman
The Garden Murder Case (1936)
Philo Vance
Seven Sinners (1936)
Harwood
Grand Exit (1935)
Tom Fletcher
The Great Impersonation (1935)
Sir Everard Dominey/Baron Leopold von Ragostein
Black Sheep (1935)
John Francis Dugan
King Solomon of Broadway (1935)
"King Solomon"
The Best Man Wins (1935)
Toby
The Great Hotel Murder (1935)
Roger Blackwood
Thunder in the Night (1935)
Captain [Karl] Torok
Mister Dynamite (1935)
"Dynamite" [T. N. Thompson]
Under Pressure (1935)
Shocker [Dugan]
Dinner at Eight (1934)
Dr. Wayne Talbot
Bombay Mail (1934)
Inspector Dyke
Gift of Gab (1934)
Philip "Gift of Gab" Gabney
No More Women (1934)
Three Time
Her Bodyguard (1933)
Casey McCarthy
I Love That Man (1933)
Brains Stanley
Let's Fall in Love (1933)
Ken [Lane]
Hot Pepper (1933)
[Harry] Quirt
The Misleading Lady (1932)
Jack Craigen
Attorney for the Defense (1932)
[William J.] Burton
Guilty As Hell (1932)
Russell Kirk
The Devil Is Driving (1932)
[Orville] Gabby [Denton]
Chandu the Magician (1932)
Chandu, earlier known as Frank Chandler
Women of All Nations (1931)
Sergeant Harry Quirt
The Cisco Kid (1931)
Sergt. Michael Patrick "Mickey" Dunn
Don't Bet on Women (1931)
Roger Fallon
The Spider (1931)
Chatrand
Men on Call (1931)
Chuck Long
Transatlantic (1931)
[Monty Greer] The gambler
Scotland Yard (1930)
Dakin Barrolles
Part Time Wife (1930)
Jim Murdock
Scotland Yard (1930)
Sir John Lasher
The Bad One (1930)
Jerry Flanagan
Good Intentions (1930)
David Cresson
Born Reckless (1930)
Louis Beretti
Happy Days (1930)
The Painted Angel (1929)
Brood
The Cock-Eyed World (1929)
Sgt. Harry Quirt
Thru Different Eyes (1929)
Harvey Manning
This Thing Called Love (1929)
Robert Collings
In Old Arizona (1929)
Sgt. Mickey Dunn
Making the Grade (1929)
Herbert Littell Dodsworth
Happiness Ahead (1928)
Babe Stewart
Dressed To Kill (1928)
"Mile-Away Barry"
Outcast (1928)
Geoffrey
Publicity Madness (1927)
Pete Clark
What Price Glory (1927)
Sgt. Quirk
Is Zat So? (1927)
Hap Hurley
The Wizard (1927)
Stanley Gordon
One Increasing Purpose (1927)
Sim Paris
Siberia (1926)
Leonid Petroff
The Palace of Pleasure (1926)
Ricardo Madons
Black Paradise (1926)
Graham
Soul Mates (1925)
Lord Tancred
East of Suez (1925)
George Tevis
The Winding Stair (1925)
Paul
Marriage in Transit (1925)
Holden/Cyril Gordon
The Fool (1925)
Daniel Gilchrist
Ports of Call (1925)
Kirk Rainsford
East Lynne (1925)
Archibald Carlyle
Champion of Lost Causes (1925)
Loring
Greater Than a Crown (1925)
Tom Conway
The Kiss Barrier (1925)
Richard March
Barbara Frietchie (1924)
Captain Trumbull
The Brass Bowl (1924)
Dan Maitland/Anisty
Honor Among Men (1924)
Prince Kaloney
Nellie, The Beautiful Cloak Model (1924)
Jack Carroll
In the Palace of the King (1923)
Don John
The Silent Command (1923)
Capt. Richard Decatur
The White Flower (1923)
Bob Rutherford
Wife in Name Only (1923)
Norman Arleigh
Living Lies (1922)
Dixon Grant
Peacock Alley (1922)
Phil Garrison
The Devil (1921)
Paul de Veaux
My Lady's Latchkey (1921)
Nelson Smith, a victim of evil companions
Madonnas and Men (1920)
Gordion/Gordon Turner
Someone in the House (1920)
Jim Burke
A Woman's Business (1920)
Johnny Lister
The Woman Gives (1920)
Robert Milton
Eyes of Youth (1919)
Peter Judson
Vive La France! (1918)
Jean Picard
The Spreading Dawn (1917)
Capt. Lewis Nugent
The Wild Olive (1915)
Charles Conquest

Cast (Short)

Soaring Stars (1942)
Himself
Hollywood Handicap (1938)
Himself
Sunkist Stars at Palm Springs (1936)
Himself
La Fiesta de Santa Barbara (1935)
Himself

Life Events

Photo Collections

Dinner at Eight - Coca-Cola Ad
Here is a magazine ad for Coca-Cola utilizing the cast of MGM's Dinner at Eight (1933) and a special color photo taken for the occasion.

Videos

Movie Clip

Attorney For The Defense (1932) - The People Had No Case From the opening in which Wallace (Dwight Frye) is convicted of murder, he lets loose on suave D-A Burton (leading man Edmund Lowe) who is unmoved, even by his assistant “Barrty” (Constance Cummings) when she raises her own objections, in Columbia’s Attorney For The Defense, 1932.
Attorney For The Defense (1932) - Why Don't You Go On A Cheese Diet? Introduction of Evelyn Brent as kept-woman Val, and Bradley Page as interloper Nick, joined by her lover Bill (Edmund Lowe), the cynical district attorney, who’s just been informed of her infidelity, Irving Cummings directing, in Columbia’s Attorney For The Defense, 1932.
Attorney For The Defense (1932) - That's Not Like Being There About ten years after the story began, D-A turned defense lawyer Bill (Edmund Lowe) is pleased at the success of the boy he’s sponsored since causing his father’s wrongful execution, with loyal assistant Barry (Constance Cummings) and unexpected old girlfriend Val (Evelyn Brent), in Attorney For The Defense, 1932.
Don't Bet On Women (1931) - That Bet Is On! Offended lawyer and host Drake (Roland Young) is upset at his client and guest Fallon (Edmund Lowe) for suggesting he could seduce any woman, proposing a bet into which his own virtuous wife (Jeanette MacDonald) unknowingly walks, the main premise, in Don’t Bet On Women, 1931
Don't Bet On Women (1931) - Some Of Them Are Worse Joining the opening scene, jaded New Yorker Roger (Edmund Lowe), in from an evening with Chip (J.M. Kerrigan), bemoans the qualities of women and congratulates his butler (James T. Mack) on fending off a few, in Don’t Bet On Women, 1931, newly restored by TCM and the Museum of Modern Art.
Don't Bet On Women (1931) - Nothing Lovable About Me The agendas of bored playboy Roger (Edmund Lowe) and socialite Jeanne (Jeanette MacDonald) are not quite clear here, in their first scene together after she insisted on following through on her husband’s bet that he could not kiss her within 48 hours, in Don’t Bet On Women, 1931.
Men Against The Sky (1940) - Toys In A Wind Tunnel Engineer Ames (Kent Taylor) is less discouraged than his boss (Edmund Lowe) by a wind tunnel test, and persuaded by his sketch artist Kay (Wendy Barrie) to consider plans he doesn’t know were drawn up by her disgraced ex-flier brother (Richard Dix), in Men Against The Sky, 1940.
Dillinger (1945) - Too Free With A Gun The end of the fact-based springing of his gang from an Indiana prison by the title character (Lawrence Tierney), then a spree montage, then Specs (Edmund Lowe) supervising the crew (Elisha Cook Jr., Marc Lawrence, Eduardo Cianelli), Anne Jeffreys the moll, in Monogram Pictures' Dillinger, 1945.
Dillinger (1945) - The Kid Has Possibilities Sent to prison for a series of petty crimes Lawrence Tierney (title character) finds out that his cellmate Specs (Edmund Lowe) has credentials, and a robust posse (Eduardo Cianelli, Marc Lawrence, Elisha Cook Jr.), early in the racy Monogram Pictures bio-pic Dillinger, 1945.
Good Sam (1948) - When Sentiment Runs High Generous-to-a-fault Sam (Gary Cooper) at work, first with customers (Ruth Brennan, Anne O'Neal) then with his boss (Edmund Lowe) and a cantankerous older shopper (Ida Moore), early in Leo McCarey's Good Sam, 1948.

Companions

Esther Miller
Wife
Divorced.
Lilyan Tashman
Wife
Actor. Met in 1918; married in 1925 until her death in 1934.
Rita Kaufman
Wife
Divorced in 1950.

Bibliography