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Snitz Edwards (1868–1937)

Snitz Edwards was born Edward Neumann in Hungary. Married first wife in 1889 and was divorced some time later. Although he was almost 20 years older than his wife, Edwards married Eleanor Taylor, an actress from Boston, in 1906. They had three children, Cricket (b. 1906), Evelyn (b. 1914) and Marian (b. 1917). The three girls were all put into ... See full bio »

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The Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the Opera Florine Papillon
The Sea Wolf
The Sea Wolf Thomas Mugridge (cook)
The Fixer
The Fixer General Gomez of Mexico
The Mark of Zorro
The Mark of Zorro Short Innkeeper


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 1931 The Public Enemy
Miller (uncredited)
 1931 Sit Tight
 1931 The Right of Way
Luis Trudel
 1929 The Mysterious Island
 1929 A Dangerous Woman
Chief Macheria
 1927 Night Life
Merry-Go-Round Manager
 1927 College
The Dean
 1927 The Red Mill
 1926 The Cruise of the Jasper B
Reginald Maltravers
 1926 April Fool
Mr. Applebaum
 1926 The Lady of the Harem
 1926 The Clinging Vine
Dr. A. 'Tut' Tutweiler
 1926 Battling Butler
Alfred's Valet
 1926 The Sea Wolf
Thomas Mugridge (cook)
 1926 Volcano
 1926 Made for Love
 1925 A Lover's Oath
Omar's Servant
 1925 Heir-Loons
Brockton family member
 1925 The Wanderer
 1925 The White Desert
 1925 The Phantom of the Opera
Florine Papillon
 1925 Seven Chances
James' Lawyer
 1925 Old Shoes
 1924 Inez from Hollywood
The Old Sport
 1924 The Tornado
 1924 Passion's Pathway
 1924 Tarnish
Mr. Stutts
 1924 A Woman Who Sinned
 1924 Tiger Love
Te Hunchback
 1924 In Fast Company
Mike Ricketts
 1924 The Thief of Bagdad
The Thief's Evil Associate
 1924 The Hill Billy
Tabb Tafel
 1923 Scaramouche
Villager (uncredited)
 1923 Rosita
Little Jailer
 1923 Tea: With a Kick!
Oscar Puddleford
 1923 The Huntress
 1923 Children of Jazz
 1923 Modern Matrimony
Mr. Baltman
 1923 Souls for Sale
Komical Kale
 1922 June Madness
 1922 Rags to Riches
Purist League member
 1922 The Prisoner of Zenda
 1922 The Ghost Breaker
 1922 Love Is an Awful Thing
 1922 Human Hearts
Ran Schreiber
 1922 The Primitive Lover
Little Husband (uncredited)
 1922 The Gray Dawn
 1922 Red Hot Romance
Signor Frijole
 1921 Ladies Must Live
Edward Barron
 1921 No Woman Knows
Herr Bauer
 1921 Cheated Love
 1921 The Love Special
Zeka Logan
 1921 The Charm School
Mr. Boyd
 1920 The Mark of Zorro
Short Innkeeper
 1920 The City of Masks
 1920 Going Some
 1918 Good Night, Nurse! (Short)
Drunken Man (uncredited)
 1917 The Price She Paid
General Siddall
 1915 The Politicians
Ike Dobbins
 1915 Keep Moving
Hypo Jake
 1915/I The Fixer
General Gomez of Mexico
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Nell-Go-In (1900). Musical/Ballet/Burlesque/Vaudeville. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Lyrics by George V. Hobart. Book by George V. Hobart. A burlesque on the play "Nell Gwynne" by Henrietta Crosman. Ballets arranged by Carl Marwig. New York Theatre: 31 Oct 1900- 17 Nov 1900 (25 performances). Cast: American Comedy Four (as "... See more »

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Father-in-law of Irwin Shaw.

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