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Fred Goodwins (1891–1923)

Fred Goodwins was born on February 26, 1891 in London, England as Frederick Goodwins. He was an actor and director, known for The Impossible Man (1920), The Noble Art (1920) and The Department Store (1920). He died in April 1923 in London. See full bio »


(age 32) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Impossible Man
The Noble Art
The Noble Art Freddie
The Department Store
Blood Money
Blood Money Bruce Harper


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 1921 Her Winning Way
Sylvester Lloyd
 1921 Blood Money
Bruce Harper
 1920 The Department Store (Short)
 1920 The Impossible Man (Short)
 1920 The Noble Art (Short)
 1919 Forbidden
Ben Withers
 1919 Common Clay
Arthur Coakley
 1918 The Way of a Man with a Maid
Bick Olsen
 1918/I Hitting the High Spots
Harold Blake
 1918 The Testing of Mildred Vane
Ralph Jeffries
 1918 Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots
Aleck Brown
 1918 For Husbands Only
Samuel Dodge
 1918 Mr. Fix-It
Gideon Van Tassell
 1917 Down to Earth
Jordan Jinny
 1916 The Fireman (Short)
Milkman / fireman (uncredited)
 1916 The Floorwalker (Short)
Shoe clerk (uncredited)
 1916 The Leopard's Bride
Nadje's father
 1916 Police (Short)
Honest Preacher / Policeman with Monocle (uncredited)
 1916 The Love Liar
 1915 A Burlesque on Carmen (Short)
Gypsy (uncredited)
 1915 A Night in the Show (Short)
Gentleman in Audience (uncredited)
 1915/I Shanghaied (Short)
Cabin Boy in Coveralls (uncredited)
 1915 The Bank (Short)
Bald Cashier / Bank Robber with Derby (uncredited)
 1915 A Jitney Elopement (Short)
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1915/I A Night Out (Short)
Desk Clerk at Second Hotel (uncredited)
Show Show Director (10 credits)
Show Show Writer (5 credits)

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Book, edited by David James; annotated by Dan Kamin: "Charlie Chaplin's Red Letter Days: At Work with the Comic Genius". Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN-10: 1442278080 / ISBN-13: 9781442278080

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Silent screen comedian, formerly London correspondent for the New York Times. On stage with Charles Frohman. First on screen with Edison and Essanay. Military service during World War I. Wrote articles for British Pictures and Picturegoer Magazine. Made films on both sides of the Atlantic, 1919-1923, prior to his untimely death from bronchitis.

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