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Edward F. Cline (Edward Francis Cline)

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Biography

Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA
Edward "Eddie" Cline reputedly began his career in the film business as one of the Keystone Kops. The former vaudevillian appeared sporadically in films as an actor until 1922, but became increasingly active behind the camera as a gagman and scenario writer for Mack Sennett. From 1916 he worked on a steady stream of two-reelers, either as director or assistant director, for such comedians as Buster Keaton, Ford Sterling and Mack Swain. Read more...

Actor

Character: Laughing Cameraman

The Colgate Comedy Hour 1950

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Directing