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|Born||July 8, 1876|
Hamilton, Ohio, U.S.
|Died||May 4, 1955 (aged 78)|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Resting place||Chapel of the Pines Crematory|
Edward Martindel (July 8, 1876 – May 4, 1955) was an American stage and film actor who appeared on Broadway and in more than 80 films between 1915 and 1946.
Born in Hamilton, Ohio, he was the son of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Martindell. His singing debut came under the management of Henry Savage. He appeared in 16 Broadway plays, beginning with Dolly Varden (1902) and ending with The Little Blue Devil (1919).
|1916||The Scarlet Woman||Hanlin Davis|
|The Eternal Question||Allen Tait|
|1917||A Rich Man's Plaything||'Iron' Lloyd|
|1920||The Furnace||Count Svenson|
|Unseen Forces||George Brunton|
|1921||Ducks and Drakes||Dick Chiltern|
|Greater Than Love||Frank Norwood|
|Hail the Woman||Wyndham Gray|
|The Ordeal||Sir Francis Maynard|
|1923||The Day of Faith||Uncle Mortimer|
|1924||Love's Whirlpool||Richard Milton|
|1925||Lady Windermere's Fan||Lord Augustus Lorton||Credited as Edw. Martindel|
|1926||You'd Be Surprised||Mr. White, The District Attorney|
|The Duchess of Buffalo||Grand Duke Gregory Alexandrovich|
|1927||Venus of Venice||Journalist|
|Taxi! Taxi!||David Parmalee|
|Children of Divorce||Tom Larrabee|
|In Old Kentucky||Mr. Brierly|
|1928||The Singing Fool||Louis Marcus|
|The Desert Bride|
|1929||Why Be Good?||Winthrop Peabody Sr.|
|The Desert Song||General Bierbeau|
|1930||Song of the West||Colonel|
|1930||Check and Double Check||John Blair|
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