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Edward Buzzell (1895–1985)

Edward Buzzel was born in Brooklyn and became a musical comedy star on Broadway. He went to Hollywood in 1929 to star in the movie version of the old George M Cohan stage show "Little Johnny Jones" in 1929. He stared also in Vitaphone shorts, where he also started his career as director. Subsequently he directed shorts for Columbia, before he ... See full bio »

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 1955 The Ford Television Theatre (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1955 My Favorite Husband (TV Series) (1 episode)
- The Perfect Maid (1955)
 1946 Easy to Wed
 1942 Ship Ahoy
 1941 The Getaway
 1941 Free and Easy (retakes, unconfirmed, uncredited)
 1940 Go West
 1939 At the Circus
 1939 Honolulu
 1938 Fast Company
 1932 Virtue
 1932 The Big Timer (as Eddie Buzzell)
 1931 She Served Him Right (Short)
 1931 Check and Rubber Check (Short) (as Eddie Buzzell)
 1931 The Lone Star Stranger (Short) (as Eddie Buzzell)
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Stage Play: No Other Girl. Musical comedy. Music by Bert Kalmar. Book by Aaron Hoffman. Lyrics by Harry Ruby. Musical Director: Alfred Newman. Choreographed by Larry Ceballos. Directed by John Meehan. Morosco Theatre: 13 Aug 1924- 27 Sep 1924 (56 performances). Cast: Helene Blair (as "Ensemble"), Billy Blythe (as "Ensemble"), David Brown (... See more »

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Eddie Buzzell | Edward N. Buzzell
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