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E.J. Rath (1885–1922)

While watching a movie one snowy night in Washington, DC, journalist and author Chauncey Corey Brainerd and his wife Edith were killed when the flat roof of Crandall's Knickerbocker Theatre collapsed under the weight of over two feet of heavy snow. More than 200 other moviegoers and theater employees were killed or injured on that night during what... See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1938 Merrily We Live (novel "The Dark Chapter; a Comedy of Class Distinctions" - uncredited)
 1932 Fast Life (based on the story "Let's Go" by)
 1930 Whoopee! (story - uncredited)
 1930 What a Man (novel "The Dark Chapter")
 1930 Así es la vida (novel "The Dark Chapter")
 1929 Clear the Decks (story "When the Devil was Sick")
 1927 Too Many Crooks (novel)
 1926 The Nervous Wreck (story "The Wreck")
 1920 Good References (novel)
 1916 Mister 44 (novel)
 1916 The River of Romance (novel "Sam" - adaptation)
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Other Works:

Story: "Let's Go" (filmed as Fast Life (1932)). See more »

Alternate Names:

Mrs. Edith Rathbone Brainerd

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