Edward McWade

Bio: Stage actor Edward McWade entered films as a screenwriter in 1913. From 1920 until his death, the wizened, wispy-haired McWade showed up in dozens of utility roles, playing professors, doctors, justices of the peace and ministers. In 1936, he essayed the title role in the Perry Mason mystery The Case of the Stuttering Bishop. His last screen assignment was Mr.… More


Edward McWade Videos

Arsenic And Old Lace
1 minutes 54 seconds
2 minutes 55 seconds
Woman Of The Year
3 minutes 9 seconds
Meet John Doe
1 minutes 15 seconds
Three Comrades
29 seconds

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