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Edward Finney (1903–1983)

Edward Finney was born on April 18, 1903 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a producer and director, known for Queen of the Amazons (1947), Hi Diddle Diddle (1943) and Tobo the Happy Clown (1965). He was married to Betty Bourke. He died on January 10, 1983 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Queen of the Amazons
Hi Diddle Diddle
Hi Diddle Diddle Producer
Tobo the Happy Clown
Trouble in Texas
Trouble in Texas Producer


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 1965 Tobo the Happy Clown (producer)
 1959 Laffing Time (producer)
 1949 Call of the Forest (producer)
 1947 The Prairie (executive producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1947 Queen of the Amazons (producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1945 Strange Holiday (producer)
 1943 Hi Diddle Diddle (associate producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1943 Corregidor (producer)
 1942 King of the Stallions (producer)
 1941 Riot Squad (producer)
 1941 Gentleman from Dixie (producer)
 1941 Silver Stallion (producer)
 1941 The Pioneers (producer)
 1941 Ridin' the Cherokee Trail (producer)
 1940 Rollin' Home to Texas (producer)
 1940 Take Me Back to Oklahoma (producer)
 1940 Arizona Frontier (producer)
 1940 Roll Wagons Roll (producer)
 1940 Rainbow Over the Range (producer)
 1940 The Golden Trail (producer)
 1940 The Cowboy from Sundown (producer)
 1940 Pals of the Silver Sage (producer)
 1940 Rhythm of the Rio Grande (producer)
 1939 Westbound Stage (producer)
 1939 Riders of the Frontier (producer)
 1939 Down the Wyoming Trail (producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1939 The Man from Texas (producer)
 1939 Rollin' Westward (producer)
 1939 Sundown on the Prairie (producer)
 1938 Song of the Buckaroo (producer)
 1938 Where the Buffalo Roam (producer)
 1938 Starlight Over Texas (producer)
 1938 Utah Trail (producer)
 1938 Rollin' Plains (producer)
 1938 Frontier Town (producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1937 Tex Rides with the Boy Scouts (producer)
 1937 The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen (producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1937 Riders of the Rockies (producer - as An Edward F. Finney Production)
 1937 Sing, Cowboy, Sing (producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1937 Hittin' the Trail (producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1937 Trouble in Texas (producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1937 Arizona Days (producer - as Edward F. Finney)
 1936 Headin' for the Rio Grande (producer)
 1936 Song of the Gringo (producer - uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Eddie Finn | Ed F. Finney | Edward F. Finney | Edward Frank | An Edward F. Finney Production

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Producer/director, as well as advertising and publicity manager for the Poverty Row outfit Grand National. His chief claim to fame was giving cowboy singer and future western star Tex Ritter his first screen test and subsequent debut in "Song of the Gringo". Finney tried unsuccessfully to talk studio president Edward L. Alperson into shooting "Angels with Dirty Faces" (a story which Alperson had ... See more »

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