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Edmund Goulding

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Biography

Feltham, Middlesex, England, UK
London-born Edmund Goulding was an actor/playwright/director on the London stage, and entered the British army when WWI broke out. Mustered out of the service because of wounds suffered in battle, he emigrated to the U.S. in 1921. He obtained assignments as a screenwriter in Hollywood, wrote a novel, "Fury," in 1922 and directed the film version of it (Fury (1923)). Hired as a screenwriter/director by MGM in 1925, Goulding quickly developed a reputation for turning out tasteful, cultured dramas and drawing-room comedies. Read more...

Actor

Character: Himself / Director

Paramount on Parade 1930

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Character: Himself - Trailer Host & Narrator

The Constant Nymph 1943

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Directing

Writing

Composing