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Ted Wilde (I) (1889–1929)

Ted Wilde was born on December 16, 1889 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a director and writer, known for The Kid Brother (1927), Speedy (1928) and The Freshman (1925). He died on December 17, 1929 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Kid Brother
The Kid Brother Director
(1927)
Speedy
Speedy Director
(1928)
The Freshman
The Freshman Writer
(1925)
Girl Shy
Girl Shy Writer
(1924)

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 1930 Loose Ankles
 1928 Speedy
 1925 A Sailor Papa (Short)
 1925 The Haunted Honeymoon (Short)
 1924 The Goofy Age (Short)
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 1963 Funny Side of Life (Documentary) (uncredited)
 1927 The Kid Brother (story)
 1926 For Heaven's Sake (story)
 1925 The Freshman (story)
 1924 Girl Shy (story)
 1923 Why Worry? (story assistant)
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 2005 Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection: Mini Biographies (Video documentary short)
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Wilde was a gag man and member of Harold Lloyd's early writing staff (which included John Grey, Tim Whelan and Sam Taylor). Lloyd largely directed his own movies but graciously shared (or gave) directorial credit to others throughout his career, and Wilde frequently received screen credit, despite his nominal directorial input. Sadly, Wilde died (of a stroke) at the advent of sound at a time when... See more »

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Teddy

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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