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Edward Kilroy (1917–1984)

Edward Kilroy was born on November 3, 1917 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor, known for The Barkleys of Broadway (1949), Mrs. Parkington (1944) and Cause for Alarm! (1951). He died on January 5, 1984 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Mrs. Parkington
Mrs. Parkington Caterer at Ball
Cause for Alarm!
Cause for Alarm! Crossing Guard
The Cross of Lorraine
The Cross of Lorraine French Soldier


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 1951 Cause for Alarm!
Crossing Guard (uncredited)
 1949 The Barkleys of Broadway
Standee (uncredited)
 1947 The Unfinished Dance
Old Doorman (uncredited)
 1946 No Leave, No Love
Engineer (uncredited)
 1946 Holiday in Mexico (uncredited)
 1945 Week-End at the Waldorf
Assistant (uncredited)
 1944 Blonde Fever
First Waiter (uncredited)
 1944 Mrs. Parkington
Caterer at Ball (uncredited)
 1944 Barbary Coast Gent
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1944 Rationing
Minister (uncredited)
 1943 The Cross of Lorraine
French Soldier (uncredited)
 1943 Young Ideas
Faculty Member (uncredited)
 1942 Eyes in the Night
Pilot (uncredited)
 1942 Sunday Punch
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1940 The Golden Fleecing
Clerk (uncredited)
 1940 The Ghost Comes Home
Clerk (uncredited)
 1939 Miracles for Sale
First Attendant (uncredited)
 1939 Within the Law
Mathews (uncredited)
 1938 The Ship That Died (Short)
Minor Role (uncredited)

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