A. Edward Sutherland


Director

Biography

Edward Sutherland was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1914, he began his career as a Keystone Kop in the Mack Sennett shorts. Sutherland started off his career in film with roles in "Tillie's Punctured Romance" (1914) with Charlie Chaplin and "The Veiled Adventure" (1919). Sutherland also appeared in "Conrad in Quest of His Youth" (1920), "The Round-Up" (1920) and...

Biography

Edward Sutherland was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1914, he began his career as a Keystone Kop in the Mack Sennett shorts. Sutherland started off his career in film with roles in "Tillie's Punctured Romance" (1914) with Charlie Chaplin and "The Veiled Adventure" (1919). Sutherland also appeared in "Conrad in Quest of His Youth" (1920), "The Round-Up" (1920) and "Too Much Harmony" (1933). Later in his career, Sutherland edited "Gun the Man Down" (1956) with James Arness. Sutherland was married to Edwina Sutherland. Sutherland passed away in December 1973 at the age of 78.

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Abie's Irish Rose (1946)
Director
Having Wonderful Crime (1945)
Director
Secret Command (1944)
Director
Follow the Boys (1944)
Director
Dixie (1943)
Director
Star Spangled Rhythm (1943)
Director of "That Old Black Magic" seq
The Navy Comes Through (1942)
Director
Army Surgeon (1942)
Director
Sing Your Worries Away (1942)
Director
Steel Against the Sky (1941)
Director
Nine Lives Are Not Enough (1941)
Director
Beyond Tomorrow (1940)
Director
The Invisible Woman (1940)
Director
One Night in the Tropics (1940)
Director
The Boys from Syracuse (1940)
Director
The Flying Deuces (1939)
Director
Every Day's a Holiday (1938)
Director
Champagne Waltz (1937)
Director
Poppy (1936)
Director
Mississippi (1935)
Director
Diamond Jim (1935)
Director
Murders in the Zoo (1933)
Director
Too Much Harmony (1933)
Director
International House (1933)
Director
Sky Devils (1932)
Director
Mr. Robinson Crusoe (1932)
Director
Secrets of the French Police (1932)
Director
The Gang Buster (1931)
Director
Up Pops the Devil (1931)
Director
June Moon (1931)
Director
Palmy Days (1931)
Director
Galas de la Paramount (1930)
Director
The Social Lion (1930)
Director
The Sap From Syracuse (1930)
Director
Burning Up (1930)
Director
Paramount on Parade (1930)
Director
Pointed Heels (1929)
Director
Fast Company (1929)
Director
The Dance of Life (1929)
Director
Close Harmony (1929)
Director
The Saturday Night Kid (1929)
Director
Tillie's Punctured Romance (1928)
Director
What a Night (1928)
Director
The Baby Cyclone (1928)
Director
Love's Greatest Mistake (1927)
Director
Figures Don't Lie (1927)
Director
Fireman, Save My Child (1927)
Director
Behind the Front (1926)
Director
We're in the Navy Now (1926)
Director
It's the Old Army Game (1926)
Director
Coming Through (1925)
Director
Wild, Wild Susan (1925)
Director
A Regular Fellow (1925)
Director
A Woman of Paris (1923)
Assistant Director

Cast (Feature Film)

The Dance of Life (1929)
Theater attendant
Abraham Lincoln (1924)
William Scott, Union soldier
Girl From the West (1923)
Nancy From Nowhere (1922)
Jack Halliday
The Loaded Door (1922)
Joe Grainger
The Woman He Loved (1922)
Jimmy Danvers
Second Hand Rose (1922)
Nat Rosenstein
Elope If You Must (1922)
Jazz Hennessy
The Light in the Clearing (1921)
Barton Baynes
The Witching Hour (1921)
Clay Whipple
Everything for Sale (1921)
Donald Scott
The Dollar-a-Year Man (1921)
The Prince
Just Outside the Door (1921)
Ned Pickton
The Round-Up (1920)
Bud Lane
The Sea Wolf (1920)
George Leach, the cabin boy
Conrad in Quest of His Youth (1920)
Conrad, aged 17
The Paliser Case (1920)
Jack Menzies
All-of-A-Sudden-Peggy (1920)
Jack Menzies
The Veiled Adventure (1919)
Fred Barker
A Girl Named Mary (1919)
Mr. Peavy
Love Insurance (1919)
Jack Paddock
Which Woman? (1918)
Jimmy Nevin

Writer (Feature Film)

Sky Devils (1932)
Screen story by

Producer (Feature Film)

Abie's Irish Rose (1946)
Producer
Zenobia (1939)
Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Funniest Man in the World (1969)
Prod consultant

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Sky Devils (1932)
Company
Palmy Days (1931)
Company

Cast (Short)

So You Want to Hold Your Wife (1947)

Life Events

1914

Began his career as a Keystone Kop in the Mack Sennett shorts

Videos

Movie Clip

Beyond Tomorrow (1940) - The Soul Of Man Is Immortal Quote from Benjamin Franklin, a city montage and the introduction of Harry Carey as Melton, C. Aubrey Smith as Major Chadwick, then joined by their more festive housemate and partner in their prosperous engineering firm, Charles Winninger as O’Brien, in Beyond Tomorrow, 1940, produced by the acclaimed cinematographer Lee Garmes.
Beyond Tomorrow (1940) - It Rarely Seemed Like Christmas We’ve learned that housekeeper Tanya (Maria Ouspenskaya) is a refugee Russian noble, long part of the unrelated family household comprised of prosperous engineering-firm partners and roommates Chadwick (C. Aubrey Smith), Melton (Harry Carey) and O’Brien (Charles Winninger), on Christmas Eve, in Beyond Tomorrow, 1940.
Beyond Tomorrow (1940) - Somebody Here Lose A Wallet? Alone for Christmas Eve dinner, New York engineering-firm partners and bachelor roommates Melton, O’Brien and Chadwick (Harry Carey, Charles Winninger, C. Aubrey Smith) tried a bet to see who would return deliberately lost wallets containing ten dollars cash, producing first Richard Carlson, then Jean Parker, in Beyond Tomorrow, 1940.
Flying Deuces, The (1939) - At The Fish Market In Des Moines Opening in fake Paris, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, in a one-off independently produced picture, away from their Hal Roach studio home, start with word-play then introduce charming Parisienne Georgette (Jean Parker), Oliver’s love interest, in The Flying Deuces, 1939.
Flying Deuces, The (1939) - At Large In Seine In Paris, Oliver has been spurned by his French girlfriend, and presumes Stan will join him in a suicide dive, unaware of a giant shark cruising the Seine, in the independent Laurel & Hardy feature The Flying Deuces, 1939.
Flying Deuces, The (1939) - Shine On Harvest Moon Stan (Laurel) and Oliver (Hardy) have just left a note for the (enraged) commandant (Charles Middleton) that they’re leaving the French Foreign Legion, since Oliver has now succeeded in forgetting his French girlfriend, pausing for a 1908 standard by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth, in The Flying Deuces, 1939.
Having Wonderful Crime (1945) - I Might Win A Prize! Elaborate plotting to get pinup Carole Landis (as newlywed amateur sleuth Helene Justus) disrobed, George Murphy her husband, Pat O’Brien their fast-talking lawyer pal, Blanche Ring the rich lady paying him, and Anje Berens the water-ballerina getting excuses, in RKO’s Having Wonderful Crime, 1945.
Secrets Of The French Police (1932) - He'll Have You On The Streets First scene for Danish Gwili Andre, as flower girl "Eugenie," with pickpocket boyfriend Leon (John Warburton), joined by her angered father (Christian Rub), trouble looming, in Secrets Of The French Police, 1932.
Secrets Of The French Police (1932) - Princess Anastasia Leon (John Warburton) at a Paris cafe, French detective St. Cyr (Frank Morgan) playing the drunk, observing evil Baron Lonzoi (Lucien Prival) calling master crook General Moloff (Gregory Ratoff), in Secrets Of The French Police, 1932.
Sing Your Worries Away - Hold That Tiger! Guitar innovator Alvino Rey leads a band featuring an early incarnation of T-V's The King Family, with a song famously resurrected in Francis Coppola's Tucker, 1988, opening Sing Your Worries Away, 1942.
Secrets Of The French Police (1932) - Catacombs Of Crime Neat opening referring to the American magazine origins of the story, Frank Morgan playing a French detective, from the David O. Selznick-produced Secrets Of The French Police, 1932.
Sing Your Worries Away - My Uncle Nancy Daffy songwriter Chow (Bert Lahr) visits hat-check girl Bebe (Patsy Kelly), boss Chesty (Morgan Conway) and his cousin the cigarette girl Carol (Dorothy Lovett) at the night club in Sing Your Worries Away, 1942.

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