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Edward Everett Horton and Laura La Plante in Lonely Wives (1931)Edward Everett Horton and Laura La Plante in Poker Faces (1926)Edward Everett Horton, Jean Adair, and Josephine Hull in Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)Edward Everett Horton and Jay North in Dennis the Menace (1959)Edward Everett Horton, Sylvia Field, and Joseph Kearns in Dennis the Menace (1959)Edward Everett Horton and Sylvia Field in Dennis the Menace (1959)Edward Everett Horton, Ronald Colman, Isabel Jewell, Thomas Mitchell, and H.B. Warner in Lost Horizon (1937)Edward Everett Horton, Ronald Colman, Isabel Jewell, Thomas Mitchell, and H.B. Warner in Lost Horizon (1937)Edward Everett Horton, Ronald Colman, John Howard, Isabel Jewell, and Thomas Mitchell in Lost Horizon (1937)Fred Astaire, Edward Everett Horton, and Paul Porcasi in The Gay Divorcee (1934)Edward Everett Horton in Batman (1966)Edward Everett Horton in Your Uncle Dudley (1935)Edward Everett Horton, Louise Allbritton, Stephanie Bachelor, Helen Broderick, Sylvia Field, Oscar O'Shea, Robert Paige, Ernest Truex, and Ian Wolfe in Her Primitive Man (1944)Edward Everett Horton, Gwili Andre, and Richard Dix in Roar of the Dragon (1932)Edward Everett Horton and Lily Pons in Hitting a New High (1937)Edward Everett Horton and Jack Oakie in Hitting a New High (1937)Edward Everett Horton, Jack Oakie, and Lily Pons in Hitting a New High (1937)Edward Everett Horton, Jack Oakie, and Lily Pons in Hitting a New High (1937)Edward Everett Horton, Jack Oakie, and Lily Pons in Hitting a New High (1937)Edward Everett Horton, Jack Oakie, and Rolfe Sedan in Hitting a New High (1937)Edward Everett Horton, Jack Oakie, and Lily Pons in Hitting a New High (1937)Edward Everett Horton, Jack Oakie, and Lily Pons in Hitting a New High (1937)Edward Everett Horton and Sidney Fox in Six Cylinder Love (1931)Edward Everett Horton in Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton and Peggy Conklin in Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton, Peggy Conklin, and Elizabeth Patterson in Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton, Hal Craig, and Fred Santley in Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton, Peggy Conklin, Laura Hope Crews, Dick Elliott, Grant Mitchell, and Elizabeth Patterson in Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton and Peggy Conklin in Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton in Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton, Peggy Conklin, Laura Hope Crews, and Elizabeth Patterson in Her Master's Voice (1936)Walter Brennan, Edward Everett Horton, Sidney Bracey, Edward Brophy, E.E. Clive, Andy Devine, Leila Hyams, Grant Mitchell, Una O'Connor, Edna May Oliver, and Thelma Todd in The Poor Rich (1934)Henry Fonda, Don Ameche, and Edward Everett Horton in The Magnificent Dope (1942)Jackie Coogan, Bob Hope, Betty Grable, Edward Everett Horton, Gracie Allen, Ben Blue, George Burns, Florence George, John Payne, and Martha Raye in College Swing (1938)Cary Grant, Edward Everett Horton, and Frances Drake in Ladies Should Listen (1934)Maurice Chevalier and Edward Everett Horton in A Bedtime Story (1933)Edward Everett Horton in Brazil (1944)Carmen Miranda and Edward Everett Horton in Springtime in the Rockies (1942)Edward Everett Horton, Eric Blore, John Howard, Jack Oakie, and Lily Pons at an event for Hitting a New High (1937)Edward Everett Horton at an event for Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton and Peggy Conklin at an event for Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton and Peggy Conklin at an event for Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton and Peggy Conklin at an event for Her Master's Voice (1936)Edward Everett Horton and Tom Tully in The Town Went Wild (1944)Edward Everett Horton in It's a Boy (1933)Ray Bolger, Edward Everett Horton, John Carroll, and Anna Neagle in Sunny (1941)Edward Everett Horton and Charlotte Henry in Alice in Wonderland (1933)Edward Everett Horton, Laura La Plante, and Patsy Ruth Miller in Lonely Wives (1931)
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Biography

It seemed like Edward Everett Horton appeared in just about every Hollywood comedy made in the 1930s. He was always the perfect counterpart to the great gentlemen and protagonists of the films. Horton was born in Brooklyn, New York City, to Isabella S. (Diack) and Edward Everett Horton, a compositor for the NY Times. His maternal grandparents were... See full bio »
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