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Edgar Lewis

Directing

14 Movies0TV shows
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About Edgar Lewis

Edgar Lewis is most well known for directing, and has 14 known credits, of which 14 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Edgar Lewis’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Edgar Lewis’s movies you should definitely watch A Made-To-Order Hero (1927) Edgar has worked on!

  1. A Made-To-Order Hero (1927)
  2. The Littlest Rebel (1914)
  3. The Fearless Rider (1928)
  4. Madame Racketeer (1932)
  5. The Bondman (1916)

1. A Made-To-Order Hero (1927 Movie)

The best rated movie Edgar Lewis has been a part of is the western movie A Made-To-Order Hero, where they had the role of directing.

2. The Littlest Rebel (1914)

Edgar Lewis worked on this drama, war movie as directing.

3. The Fearless Rider (1928)

In The Fearless Rider Edgar Lewis was worked as director. This action, adventure, romance, western movie has a rating on 5.3 on IMDb.

4. Madame Racketeer (1932)

This comedy movie has a rating on 6.7 on IMDb. In Madame Racketeer Edgar Lewis had the role of directing.

5. The Bondman (1916)

Edgar Lewis was a part of the movie The Bondman as directing.

Frequently asked questions

What is Edgar most known for?

Edgar Lewis is most known for directing. Edgar has worked on 14 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Edgar Lewis’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is A Made-To-Order Hero, which has a score of 0.0.

Edgar’s Filmography

Executive producer. Bert Lane and Margery Murray are in love, but her aunt insists she marry either a society man or a hero, so his hands decide that he will be a made-to-order hero - but society man Fred Van Ralt keeps getting the credit.

As Bank Director. International con artist Martha Hicks a.k.a. Countess von Claudwig is released from another stay in prison and decides to treat her rheumatism with a stay at her estranged husband's hotel at a Wisconsin spa. There undercover, she checks in on the two daughters she abandoned as infants.

Executive producer. The narrative hinges on Jason's vow to wreak vengeance on his father for abandoning his mother. But his father dies, and Jason turns his desire for revenge against Sunlocks, his father's son of another wife. Both Sunlocks and Jason are in love with Greeba, daughter of the governor of the Isle of Man. Sunlocks and Jason go to Iceland, and are confined in prison. Jason not knowing Sunlocks, saves his half-brother from death in the mines. Jason is freed, but Sunlocks is condemned to death. Greeba pleads for Sunlocks' life, and Jason sacrifices himself by taking Sunlocks' place and dying for him. -- Wikipedia

As Commanding Officer. Burgess and Greeley are rustling horses and shooting Indians. When they kill Manual they frame Lieutenant Allister. His older brother John now attempts to defend him at his murder trial.

Executive producer. The Jordans, Phil and Ruth, accompanied by Philip's wife, Polly, and Dr. Winthrop Newbury, a suitor for Ruth's hand, bid old Mrs. Jordan good-bye at the station of Milford Corners, Mass., and depart for the west, to work over some unredeemed desert land, which was left to the Jordans by their dead father. Arriving in the west, they take up their work, but it proves anything but a success. On the brink of the Great Divide lives Stephen Ghent, an untamed and untrained man of the west, and on account of his manner is respected by the habitués of Miller's saloon and dance hall in the town, which he and two of his acquaintances in the persons of Pedro, a half-breed Mexican, and Dutch, a brutal type of the west, frequent.

Executive producer. A small town Vermont fellow falls in love with a New York City radio singing star, but she is about to be married to the radio station owner.

Executive producer. An American Indian raised by his grandmother on Lake Superior is declared a prophet of his people.

Executive producer. In the early days of Oklahoma, Joe Turner, his wife and two children settled on a little farm in the southern part of the state. The hardships were many as the ground was new and the Indians still aggressive and heartily detested the white man.

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