Edwin Maxwell

Edwin Maxwell worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Early on in his acting career, Maxwell landed roles in various films, including "The Taming of the Shrew" (1929), "Top Speed" ... Read more »
Born: 02/09/1886 in Dublin, , IE

Filmography

Actor (21)

The Jolson Story 1945 (Movie)

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The Great Moment 1943 (Movie)

Vice-President of Medical Society (Actor)

Waterfront 1943 (Movie)

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Ten Gentlemen From West Point 1941 (Movie)

John Randolph (Actor)

The Devil and Miss Jones 1940 (Movie)

Withers (Actor)

Ninotchka 1938 (Movie)

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Way Down South 1938 (Movie)

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Camille 1936 (Movie)

Doctor (Actor)

Come and Get It 1936 (Movie)

Sid LeMaire (Actor)

The Plainsman 1936 (Movie)

(Actor)

Fury 1935 (Movie)

Vickery (Actor)

Men of Action 1934 (Movie)

(Actor)

Thanks a Million 1934 (Movie)

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Duck Soup 1933 (Movie)

Freedonia's Secretary. of War #1 (Actor)

Dinner at Eight 1932 (Movie)

Mr. Fitch (Actor)

Grand Hotel 1932 (Movie)

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Scarface 1932 (Movie)

Chief of Detective (Actor)

The Mystery of the Wax Museum 1932 (Movie)

Joe Worth (Actor)

All Quiet on the Western Front 1930 (Movie)

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Inspiration 1930 (Movie)

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The Yellow Ticket 1930 (Movie)

Police Agent Boligoff (Actor)

Biography

Edwin Maxwell worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Early on in his acting career, Maxwell landed roles in various films, including "The Taming of the Shrew" (1929), "Top Speed" (1930) and the Norma Talmadge adaptation "Du Barry, Woman of Passion" (1930). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "All Quiet on the Western Front" (1930) with Lew Ayres, "Ambassador Bill" (1931) and "The Yellow Ticket" (1931). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the thirties, appearing in the Richard Barthelmess drama "Heroes For Sale" (1933), "The Woman I Stole" (1933) and the thriller "Night of Terror" (1933) with Bela Lugosi. He also appeared in "The Mystery of the Wax Museum" (1933). Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in "Slave Ship" (1937) with Warner Baxter, "Love Is News" (1937) and the Gary Cooper western "The Plainsman" (1937). He also appeared in the crime flick "Night Key" (1937) with Boris Karloff and the dramatic adaptation "Camille" (1937) with Greta Garbo. Maxwell last acted in the Loretta Young comedy "Half Angel" (1951).

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