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Edwin Booth (Character)
from Prince of Players (1955)

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Edwin Booth (1833-1893) was, contrary to the film "Prince of Players"... See more »
Alternate Names:
Edwin Booth at 10


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  1. Edgar Allan Poe's Mystery Theatre (2014) (V) Played by Paul Glaze
  2. "Drunk History"
        - Washington D.C. (2013) TV episode, Played by Will Forte
  3. "Copper"
        - A Vast and Fiendish Plot (2012) TV episode, Played by Evan Buliung
        - A Day to Give Thanks (2012) TV episode, Played by Evan Buliung

  4. "Branded"
        - This Stage of Fools (1966) TV episode, Played by Martin Landau
  5. "Bonanza"
    ... aka "Ponderosa" - USA (rerun title)
        - The Actress (1963) TV episode, Played by John Rodney
  6. "Bronco"
        - Prince of Darkness (1961) TV episode, Played by Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
  7. "Wagon Train"
        - The Will Santee Story (1961) TV episode, Played by John Crawford
  8. "Death Valley Days"
    ... aka "Call of the West" - USA (syndication title)
    ... aka "The Pioneers" - USA (syndication title)
    ... aka "Trails West" - USA (syndication title)
    ... aka "Western Star Theater" - USA (syndication title)
        - His Brother's Keeper (1960) TV episode, Played by Harry Townes

  9. "Colt .45"
        - The Man Who Loved Lincoln (1959) TV episode, Played by Robert McQueeney
  10. Prince of Players (1955) Played by Richard Burton / Christopher Cook (as Edwin Booth at 10)

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From "Branded: This Stage of Fools (#2.18)" (1966)
Edwin Booth: John... F... Parker! You are John F. Parker, formally of the Washington Police Force. Who volunteered for White House duty in order to escape the draft. A lazy, insubordinate bully who through some devilish accident stood between Abraham Lincoln and eternity! That's right! If I had been there, he wouldn't have gotten there alive! Where were you? Where were you in that black hour? Out hoisting a tack of ale? That beer cost my brother his life... cost the President his life! See more »

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