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Edwin Carewe (1883–1940)

Married petite actress Mary Akin when she was just 17 and he was 38. He was already married once - in 1905 but the records of that union are lost - and divorced. Carewe and Akin had two children during their first marriage, daughter Sally Ann (b. 1925) and son William (b. 1927). A third child with Mary, Carol Lee (b. 1932), happened during their ... See full bio »

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Evangeline
Evangeline Director
(1929)
Cora
Cora Director
(1915)
The Snowbird
The Snowbird Director
(1916)
Are We Civilized?
(1934)

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Stage: Appeared (as "Laurence Desmond, Irishman serving in the Foreign Legion of France")in "O'Neill of Derry" on Broadway. Drama/romance. Songs by Chauncey Olcott (also in cast). Written by Theodore Burt. Music and lyrics for "Every Star Falls in Love with Its Mate" by Charles E. Casey. Music and lyrics for "Michael McGinnity" by ... See more »

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Silent film director, whose output was noted for pictorial quality. Started as a stage actor, in New York from 1910 as a member of the Dearborn Stock Company. He chose 'Edwin' as his stage name as tribute to famed thespian Edwin Booth. In films from 1912 with the Philadelphia-based Lubin company. See more »

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