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J. Edward Bromberg

J. Edward BrombergAKA Joseph Edward Bromberg

Born: 25-Dec-1903
Birthplace: Temeschburg, Austria-Hungary
Died: 6-Dec-1951
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: Heart Attack

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Mark of Zorro

Wife: Goldie Doberman (m. 1927, three children)

    High School: Stuyvesant High School, New York City, NY

    Hollywood Blacklist

    Guilty Bystander (20-Apr-1950)
    I Shot Jesse James (26-Feb-1949) · Kane
    A Song is Born (19-Oct-1948) · Dr. Elfini
    Arch of Triumph (17-Feb-1948) · Hotel Manager
    Cloak and Dagger (28-Sep-1946)
    Tangier (6-Jun-1946)
    Pillow of Death (14-Dec-1945)
    Salome, Where She Danced (17-Apr-1945)
    Voice in the Wind (3-Mar-1944) · Dr. Hoffman
    Son of Dracula (5-Nov-1943)
    Phantom of the Opera (27-Aug-1943)
    Lady of Burlesque (1-May-1943) · S. B. Foss
    Reunion in France (25-Dec-1942) · Durand
    Tennessee Johnson (Dec-1942) · Coke
    Life Begins at Eight-Thirty (25-Sep-1942) · Sid Gordon
    Invisible Agent (31-Jul-1942) · Karl Heiser
    Pacific Blackout (31-Dec-1941)
    Dance Hall (18-Jul-1941)
    The Mark of Zorro (1-Nov-1940) · Don Luis Quintero
    The Return of Frank James (10-Aug-1940) · George Runyan
    Strange Cargo (1-Mar-1940) · Flaubert
    Three Sons (13-Oct-1939) · Abe Ullman
    Hollywood Cavalcade (13-Oct-1939)
    Wife, Husband and Friend (25-Feb-1939) · Rossi
    Jesse James (13-Jan-1939) · Mr. Runyan
    Suez (15-Oct-1938) · Prince Said
    Mr. Moto Takes a Chance (24-Jun-1938)
    Four Men and a Prayer (29-Apr-1938)
    Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (18-Mar-1938) · Dr. Hill
    Sally, Irene and Mary (4-Mar-1938)
    The Baroness and the Butler (18-Feb-1938)
    Second Honeymoon (13-Nov-1937) · Herbie
    Charlie Chan on Broadway (18-Sep-1937)
    Seventh Heaven (25-Mar-1937)
    Fair Warning (5-Mar-1937)
    Stowaway (25-Dec-1936) · Judge Booth
    Ladies in Love (9-Oct-1936)
    Under Two Flags (30-Apr-1936) · Col. Ferol

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