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Edwin Middleton (1865–1929)

Edwin Middleton was born in 1865 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He was a director and actor, known for The Haunted Manor (1916), The Flaming Sword (1915) and Wildfire (1915). He was married to Mrs. Middleton. He died on June 17, 1929 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Wildfire Director


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 1922 Pals of the West (as Ed Middleton)
 1916 Gates of Divorce (Short)
 1916 The Hidden Face (Short)
 1916 The Criminal's Thumb (Short)
 1916 Flames of Vengeance (Short)
 1916 The Isle of Love (Short)
 1916 Leave It to Cissy (Short)
 1915 Cissy's Innocent Wink (Short)
 1915 Curing Cissy (Short)
 1915 The Widow Wins (Short)
 1915 The Reformer (Short)
 1915 Ethel's Romeos (Short)
 1915 Pool Sharks (Short)
 1915 The Flaming Sword (as E. Middleton)
 1915 Wildfire
 1913 Lime Kiln Club Field Day (co-director)
 1913 One on Romance (Short)
 1912 The Dream of a Moving Picture Director (Short) (unconfirmed)
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Before going behind the camera as a director, Edwin Middleton was best known as a stage actor specializing in comedic roles; he was for a long time a member of the stock company of the Girard Avenue Theater in Philadelphia before moving to New York City around 1905. By 1920, he is living on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles with his wife; the census return for that year lists his occupation as "... See more »

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