William Edmunds

Jan 1, 1886


A slight man with an air of perpetual anxiety, character actor William Edmunds was most often cast in stereotypical Spanish and Italian roles. Edmunds' first film, the Bob Hope 2-reeler Going Spanish (1934), was lensed in New York; he didn't settle down in Hollywood until 1938. He played bits in films like Idiot's Delight (1939) and Casablanca (1942),… More


William Edmunds Videos

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Fallen Sparrow
3 minutes 53 seconds
Double Dynamite
2 minutes 15 seconds
The Lawless
3 minutes 36 seconds

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