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Edmund Burns

Acting

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About Edmund Burns

Edmund Burns is a 130 years old other from Philadelphia - Pennsylvania - USA. Edmund is most well known for acting, and has 49 known credits, of which 49 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Edmund Burns’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Edmund Burns’s movies you should definitely watch Male and Female (1919), as with 4.0 it is the highest rated movie Edmund has worked on!

  1. Male and Female (1919)
  2. The Birth of a Nation (1915)
  3. The Million Dollar Handicap (1925)
  4. Hell's Highroad (1925)
  5. The Lodge in the Wilderness (1926)

1. Male and Female (1919 Movie)

The best rated movie Edmund Burns has been a part of is the adventure, drama, fantasy movie Male and Female, where they had the role of . It has a rating on Friendspire of 4.0 and 7.0 on IMDb .

2. The Birth of a Nation (1915)

The Birth of a Nation has a rating on Friendspire of 3.5 and 6.2 on IMDb . Edmund Burns worked on this drama, history, war movie as Klansman.

3. The Million Dollar Handicap (1925)

In The Million Dollar Handicap Edmund Burns was worked as Toast the Knowing .

4. Hell's Highroad (1925)

In Hell's Highroad Edmund Burns had the role of Ronald McKane.

5. The Lodge in the Wilderness (1926)

Edmund Burns was a part of the movie The Lodge in the Wilderness as .

Frequently asked questions

When was Edmund Burns born?

Edmund Burns’s birthday is on 27 September 1892 .

Where was Edmund Burns born?

Edmund Burns was born in Philadelphia - Pennsylvania - USA.

What is Edmund most known for?

Edmund Burns is most known for acting. Edmund has worked on 49 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Edmund Burns’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Male and Female, which has a score of 4.0.

Edmund’s Filmography

As Klansman. Two families, abolitionist Northerners the Stonemans and Southern landowners the Camerons, intertwine. When Confederate colonel Ben Cameron is captured in battle, nurse Elsie Stoneman petitions for his pardon. In Reconstruction-era South Carolina, Cameron founds the Ku Klux Klan, battling Elsie's congressman father and his African-American protégé, Silas Lynch.

Executive producer. Gloria Swanson plays a spoiled maiden who always gets her way until shipwrecked with her butler, then learns which qualities are really admirable in a person.

As Ronald McKane. Judy Nichols (Leatrice Joy), a poor girl from Chicago, has decided she cannot marry without money. Her sweetheart, Ronald McKane, a struggling civil engineer (Edmund Burns), is encouraging her to join him in New York, but she only goes when she is bequeathed an inheritance. Unfortunately, the amount adds up to less than ten dollars a week. When she meets banker Sanford Gillespie (Robert Edeson), she convinces him to help McKane out financially. Once McKane has become a success, Judy marries him, but then he becomes interested in another woman. Judy seeks revenge and asks Gillespie to ruin her estranged husband, offering him anything he wants in return.

Executive producer. Jim Wallace, a young engineer, is engaged by Hammond, manager of an estate in the Northwest, to build flumes for a logging camp, but Donovan, the superintendent, dislikes him and places numerous obstacles in his way. Virginia Coulson, owner of the estate, and her maid Dot arrive, and when Hammond proposes to Virginia, she refuses his declaration in favor of Jim. Later, when Donovan is found murdered, suspicion points to Jim, who is convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. Hammond gets evidence on the murderer, Goofus, a half wit, and plans to use it to force Virginia to marry him; Goofus wounds Hammond and, seeing he has not killed him, starts a forest fire. Jim, who has escaped from prison with the aid of his friend, Buddy, rescues Virginia from the burning lodge; Goofus confesses to the murder, and Jim is freed.

As Eugène de Rastagnic. In a Paris boarding house, a mysterious stranger seems to somehow solve the problems and conflicts of the residents, all the while hiding a secret of his own.

As Clark. The Eagle uses sky writing to make threats against a corporation. Nathan Gregory owns a travelling fairground and is thought to be the Eagle. Craig McCoy is a pilot who goes looking for the Eagle when Gregory turns up missing.

As Robert Eden. The plot is motivated by a pearl necklace, which has caused the death and/or ruination of all its owners. The second screen appearance of detective Charlie Chan

As John Temple. Millionaire Joshua Barker insists that his daughter, Faith, must marry Phil Langhorne, a man that neither likes, and Faith is in love with and eager to marry her childhood sweetheart, John Temple.

As Billy Benson (as Edward Burns). She'd wink till hearts went on the blink. And staid professors couldn't think. And everywhere they'd stop to stare. And say "Some Chink!" when Ming Toy winked.

As Pago Pago Patron (uncredited). With a full Hollywood background and settings but more an expose of scandal-and-gossip magazines of the era, has-been actor John Blakeford agrees to write his memoirs for magazine-publisher Jordan Winston. When Blakeford's daughter, Patricia, ask him to desist for the sake of his ex-wife, Carlotta Blakeford, he attempts to break his contract with Winston.

As Myles Brent. When a movie actor is shot and killed during production, the true feelings about the actor begin to surface. As the studio heads worry about negative publicity, one of the writers tags along as the killing is investigated and clues begin to surface.

As Jack Carter (Uncredited). A high-spirited, short-tempered, young woman hates her father and loves to rebel against him. She marries a man whom her father hates but her marriage fails and she learns the errors of her ways.

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