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Edgar Kennedy

Edgar KennedyAKA Edgar Livingstone Kennedy

Born: 26-Apr-1890
Birthplace: Monterey, CA
Died: 9-Nov-1948
Location of death: Woodland Hills, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Throat
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Mad Wednesday

Wife: Patricia Violet Allwyn (m. 1924, until his death, one daughter, one son)
Daughter: Colleen
Son: Larry

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6901 Hollywood Blvd.

    You're Darn Tootin' (21-Apr-1928)

    My Dream is Yours (15-Apr-1949) · Uncle Charlie
    Unfaithfully Yours (6-Dec-1948) · Det. Sweeney
    Heaven Only Knows (12-Sep-1947) · Judd
    Mad Wednesday (18-Feb-1947) · Jake
    Anchors Aweigh (14-Jun-1945) · Police Captain
    It Happened Tomorrow (28-May-1944)
    Crazy House (8-Oct-1943)
    Hitler's Madman (10-Jun-1943) · Nepomuk, the Hermit
    Air Raid Wardens (30-Apr-1943)
    The Falcon Strikes Back (1-Apr-1943) · Smiley Dugan
    There's One Born Every Minute (26-Jun-1942)
    In Old California (31-May-1942) · Kegs McKeever
    Blondie in Society (14-Jun-1941) · Dr. Glenn
    Li'l Abner (1-Nov-1940)
    Charlie McCarthy, Detective (22-Dec-1939)
    It's a Wonderful World (19-May-1939) · Lt. Miller
    Hey! Hey! USA (Oct-1938)
    The Black Doll (30-Jan-1938)
    True Confession (24-Dec-1937)
    Hollywood Hotel (20-Dec-1937) · Callaghan
    Double Wedding (15-Oct-1937) · Spike
    Super-Sleuth (16-Jul-1937)
    A Star Is Born (20-Apr-1937) · Pop Randall
    Three Men on a Horse (21-Nov-1936)
    Mad Holiday (13-Nov-1936) · Donovan
    San Francisco (26-Jun-1936) · Sheriff
    Small Town Girl (10-Apr-1936)
    The Robin Hood of El Dorado (13-Mar-1936) · Sheriff Judd
    The Bride Comes Home (25-Dec-1935)
    Little Big Shot (7-Sep-1935) · Onderdonk
    Woman Wanted (2-Aug-1935) · Sweeney
    Living on Velvet (2-Mar-1935)
    Kid Millions (10-Nov-1934)
    We're Rich Again (13-Jul-1934)
    Murder on the Blackboard (15-Jun-1934) · Donahue
    Twentieth Century (3-May-1934) · Oscar McGonigle
    Duck Soup (17-Nov-1933) · Street Vendor
    Tillie and Gus (13-Oct-1933)
    Professional Sweetheart (9-Jun-1933)
    Scarlet River (10-Mar-1933)
    The Penguin Pool Murder (9-Dec-1932) · Donovan
    Westward Passage (27-May-1932) · Elmer
    Carnival Boat (1932) · Baldy
    Bad Company (8-Nov-1931)
    Angora Love (14-Dec-1929) · Landlord
    They Had to See Paris (18-Sep-1929)
    Perfect Day (10-Aug-1929)
    Two Tars (3-Nov-1928) · Motorist
    The Better 'Ole (7-Oct-1926)
    The Knockout (11-Jun-1914)

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