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Edwin Milton Royle (1862–1942)

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Wrote several books, including "Edwin Booth as I Knew Him" and "English as She is Spoke". See more trivia »

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The Squaw Man
The Squaw Man Writer
(1914)
The Squaw Man
The Squaw Man Writer
(1931)
The Squaw Man
The Squaw Man Writer
(1918)

Filmography

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 1931 The Squaw Man (by)
 1918 The Squaw Man (play)
 1918 The Struggle Everlasting (play)
 1917 The Squaw Man's Son (novel "The Silent Call")
 1916 The Unwritten Law (play)
 1914 The Squaw Man (play "The Squaw Man")
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Stage Play: The Struggle Everlasting. Written by Edwin Milton Royle. Hackett Theatre: 26 Sep 1927- Oct 1927 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Joseph Adelman, Minna Adelman, Clay Boyd, A.S. 'Pop' Byron (as "Mind"), Robert Peyton Carter, Isabel Garrison, Edwin Holt, DeWitt Jennings (as "Soul"), Daniel Morris, E.W. Morrison, ... See more »

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[on the code of conduct in vaudeville theatres] Said a lady to me, 'They are the only theatres in New York where I should feel absolutely safe in taking a young girl without making preliminary inquiries. Though they may offend the taste, they never offend one's sense of decency'. The vaudeville theatres may be said to haver established the commercial value of decency. This is their cornerstone. ... See more »

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Trustee of the Percy Williams Home for Indigent Actors. See more »

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