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Edward Sedgwick (1892–1953)

Edward Sedgwick was born on November 7, 1892 in Galveston, Texas, USA. He was a director and writer, known for The Cameraman (1928), Spite Marriage (1929) and West Point (1927). He was married to Ebba Havez. He died on March 7, 1953 in North Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1953 I Love Lucy
 1951 Excuse My Dust (uncredited)
 1946 Easy to Wed (uncredited)
 1938 The Gladiator
 1937 Riding on Air
 1937 Pick a Star
 1934 The Poor Rich
 1933 Horse Play
 1932 Speak Easily
 1931 Maker of Men
 1930 Remote Control (uncredited)
 1930 Doughboys
 1930 Estrellados
 1930 Free and Easy
 1928 The Cameraman
 1927/II West Point
 1927 Spring Fever
 1926 Tin Hats
 1925 The Phantom of the Opera (uncredited)
 1925 Let 'er Buck
 1924 Hit and Run
 1924 Sawdust Trail
 1923 Blinky
 1923 Out of Luck
 1923 Dead Game
 1923 Single Handed
 1923 Romance Land
 1922 Do and Dare
 1922 The Bearcat
 1921 Bar Nothing
 1921 Live Wires
 1920 Fantomas
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Alternate Names:

Edgar Sedgwick | Ed Sedgwick | Ed Segwick


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He is credited with discovering Lucille Ball and actually did a cameo appearance or two on I Love Lucy (1951). He was also an executive with her production company, Desilu Productions. The last show he directed before he died a few months later was an episode of "I Love Lucy." Ball never forgot the man who was so instrumental in giving her a break in the movies, and after he died she took his ... See more »

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