Person - Cline, Edward F. (1892-1961)

Cline, Edward F. (1892-1961)

Identification

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Person

Preferred form:

Cline, Edward F. (1892-1961)Other forms

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

Wisconsin (Estados Unidos)  1892-11-07 - 1961-05-22

History:

Edward F. Cline was an American actor, scriptwriter and film director. He began his career as actor by working along with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. Cline co-directed with Buster Keaton his first movie: "Three Ages" (1923). He worked in the Paramount Pictures with W.C. Fields in the movie "Million Dollar Legs" (1932) and from that point he continued with his career working alongside him. He also carried out some jobs por television. His most outstanding movies are: "One Week" (1920), "Cops" (1922), "The Playhouse" (1921) and "The Bank Dick" (1940).

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Lugar de Nacimiento:

Wisconsin (Estados Unidos) in 1892-11-07

Subjects

Gender:

Varón

Related Authorities

Chaplin, Charles (1889-1977)  ( He/She/It collaborated with )

Associative relations :

Paramount Pictures Corporation (Estados Unidos)  ( He/She works for )

External Links

Recurso Web:

IMDb

Catálogo de Autoridades:

VIAF

Fichero de Autoridades:

Biblioteca Nacional de Espa¿a

Fichero de Autoridades:

Cat¿logo autoridades DNB

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