Snitz Edwards




Cast (Feature Film)

Sit Tight (1931)
The Right of Way (1931)
Luis Trudel
The Mysterious Island (1929)
A Dangerous Woman (1929)
Chief Macheria
College (1927)
The Dean
Old Shoes (1927)
The Red Mill (1927)
Night Life (1927)
Merry-go-round manager
The Lady of the Harem (1926)
The Wanderer (1926)
Volcano (1926)
The Clinging Vine (1926)
Doc Tutweiler
April Fool (1926)
Mr. Applebaum
Battling Butler (1926)
His valet
The Cruise of the Jasper B (1926)
Reginald Maltravers
The Sea Wolf (1926)
Thomas Mugridge, the cook
The White Desert (1925)
A Lover's Oath (1925)
Omar's servant
Heir-Loons (1925)
Seven Chances (1925)
The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
Florine Papillon
The Tornado (1925)
Tarnish (1924)
Mr. Stutts
A Woman Who Sinned (1924)
Tiger Love (1924)
The Hunchback
In Fast Company (1924)
Mike Ricketts
Inez From Hollywood (1924)
The Old Sport
The Hill Billy (1924)
Tabb Tafel
Passion's Pathway (1924)
Simpson, the bookkeeper
The Thief of Bagdad (1924)
His Evil Associate
Rosita (1923)
Little jailer
Children of Jazz (1923)
Modern Matrimony (1923)
Mr. Baltman
The Huntress (1923)
Souls for Sale (1923)
Hank Kale
Tea--With a Kick (1923)
Oscar Puddleford
Hollywood (1923)
Rags to Riches (1922)
Red Hot Romance (1922)
Signor Frijole
Human Hearts (1922)
Ran Schreiber
Love Is an Awful Thing (1922)
The Ghost Breaker (1922)
June Madness (1922)
The Gray Dawn (1922)
The Charm School (1921)
Mr. Boyd
Ladies Must Live (1921)
Edward Barron
The Love Special (1921)
Zeka Logan
Cheated Love (1921)
No Woman Knows (1921)
Herr Bauer
The City of Masks (1920)
Going Some (1920)
The Price She Paid (1917)
General Siddall
The Politicians (1915)
Ike Dobbins
Keep Moving (1915)
Hypo Jake
The Fixer (1915)
General Gomez of Mexico

Life Events


Movie Clip

Battling Butler (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Go Out And Rough It Opening with his parents and valet (Snitz Edwards), director Buster Keaton is affluent milquetoast Alfred Butler, who agrees that camping might toughen him up, in Battling Butler, 1926, produced Joseph Schenck, distributed by Metro-Goldwyn, exteriors shot at the Talmadge on Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles.
Battling Butler (1926) -- (Movie Clip) A Little Road Work In a panic to prevent his new wife (Sally O’Neil) realizing he’s not the lightweight champ boxer (Francis McDonald) who borrowed his name, Alfred “Battling” Butler (director and star Buster Keaton), aided by his valet (Snitz Edwards) contrives to act like he’s training with the real crew, in Battling Butler, 1926.
Battling Butler (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Put Up Your Hands Because the real lightweight champ who took his name has quit (in order to avoid fighting the dreaded “Alabama Murderer”), and to prevent his new wife finding out he’s not a boxer at all, director and star Buster Keaton trains, with his valet (Snitz Edwards) and coach (Tom Wilson), in Battling Butler, 1926.
Battling Butler (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Isn't She Pretty? Playing the over-resourced but incompetent hunter Alfred Butler (shooting along the Kern River, near Bakersfield), director and star Buster Keaton blunders around with his valet (Snitz Edwards), but is pleased to meet the charming “Mountain Girl” (Sally O’Neil), early in Battling Butler, 1926.
Seven Chances (1925) -- (Movie Clip) I Must Wed Someone! Having learned that he must wed by evening to win a giant inheritance, lawyer Jimmy (Buster Keaton) rushes to long-time girlfriend Mary (Ruth Dwyer), first succeeding by accident, then blowing it, early in Seven Chances, 1925.
Seven Chances (1925) -- (Movie Clip) Would You Marry Me? Pushed by his partner (T. Roy Barnes) to marry by evening in order to claim an inheritance that will save their firm, lawyer Jimmy (Buster Keaton) tries his luck at the country club, in Seven Chances, 1925.
Seven Chances (1925) -- (Movie Clip) There's Plenty Of Time Financially challenged lawyer Jimmy (Buster Keaton, also the credited director) and partner (T. Roy Barnes) are avoiding a guy (Snitz Edwards) they think is a process server, until they find out he has news of a giant inheritance, early in Seven Chances, 1925
Thief of Bagdad, The (1924) -- (Movie Clip) Happiness Must Be Earned Aphorisms at the opening, then the first scenes in Bagdad where the jaunty title character (star and de facto producer Douglas Fairbanks) is up to his daily hijinks, in The Thief Of Bagdad, 1924, directed by Raoul Walsh.
Thief of Bagdad, The (1924) -- (Movie Clip) Thief To Be Flogged Undeterred at seeing a compatriot punished, Douglas Fairbanks (title character) conducts business, escapes with his magic rope, and joins "His Evil Associate" (Snitz Edwards), in The Thief Of Bagdad, 1924.