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A. Edward Sutherland is a Actor, Director, Scriptwriter, Producer and Assistant Director American born on 5 january 1895 at London (United-kingdom)

A. Edward Sutherland

A. Edward Sutherland
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Birth name Albert Edward Sutherland
Nationality USA
Birth 5 january 1895 at London (United-kingdom)
Death 31 december 1973 (at 78 years) at Palm Springs (USA)

A. Edward Sutherland aka Eddie Sutherland (January 5, 1895 – December 31, 1973) was a film director and actor. Born Albert Edward Sutherland in London, he was from a theatrical family. His father, Al Sutherland, was a theatre manager and producer and his mother, Julie Ring, was a vaudeville performer. He was a nephew of both Blanche Ring and Thomas Meighan, who was married to Frances Ring, another of his mother's sisters.

Sutherland acted in 37 known films early in his career, beginning as a Keystone Cop in Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914), which starred Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, and Marie Dressler.

Biography

Edward Sutherland commence sa carrière comme acteur, d'abord dans le théâtre puis au cinéma. Il fut ensuite réalisateur pour Laurel et Hardy, W.C. Fields, Mae West...

Il fut marié à l'actrice Louise Brooks.

Best films

The Gold Rush (1925)
(Assistant Director)
Secret Command (1944)
(Director)

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Filmography of A. Edward Sutherland (88 films)

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Actor

The Dance of Life, 1h55
Directed by John Cromwell, A. Edward Sutherland
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Musical, Romance
Themes Musical films
Actors Hal Skelly, Buddy Rogers, Nancy Carroll, Dorothy Revier, Al St. John, Oscar Levant
Roles Theater Attendant
Rating74% 3.7217653.7217653.7217653.7217653.721765
Burlesque comic Ralph 'Skid' Johnson (Skelly), and dancer Bonny Lee King (Carroll), end up together on a cold, rainy night at a train station, when he's thrown out and she's rejected from the same show.
The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln, 2h
Directed by Phil Rosen
Origin USA
Themes Political films
Actors Ruth Clifford, Irene Hunt, George A. Billings, Louise Fazenda, Fay McKenzie, Westcott Clarke
Roles William Scott (billed as Eddie Sutherland)
Rating58% 2.9174352.9174352.9174352.9174352.917435
The Loaded Door, 50minutes
Directed by Harry A. Pollard
Origin USA
Genres Western
Actors Hoot Gibson, Gertrude Olmstead, A. Edward Sutherland, Noble Johnson, Charles Newton, Victor Potel
Roles Joe Grainger (credited as Eddie Sutherland)

As described in a studio publication, Bert Lyons (Gibson) returns to his ranch to discover his foreman dead and the ranch leased to a real estate shark. The new hands seem to be trafficking in booze and narcotics under the guise of raising cattle. He goes to see his sweetheart Molly Grainger (Olmstead) who shares her suspicions. The smugglers do not care for Bert's curiosity and plan to "get him." The new boss of the ranch has designs on Molly, and tells her that he will assist in freeing her brother Joe (Sutherland), who is in prison charged with murder, if she goes with him across the border. Bert learns of this ruse, tricks the smugglers, and rides to Molly's rescue. The smugglers are rounded up, and Joe is freed, leaving Bert and Molly to plan their new home.
The Dollar-a-Year Man
Directed by James Cruze
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Roscoe Arbuckle, Lila Lee, Winifred Greenwood, A. Edward Sutherland, Edwin Stevens
Roles The Prince

Based upon a summary in a film publication, Franklin Pinney (Arbuckle) is a member of the Yacht Club which is hosting a Prince at a dinner. Fearing that Franklin, who is not a blue blooded member, will commit some indiscretion, the members plan to have Kate Connelly (Greenwood), the club detective, lure him to a haunted house until after the ceremony. Tipson Blair (Dumont) has plans to kidnap the Prince and keep him prisoner at the haunted house. Kate gets Franklin to the haunted house, but a fight breaks out with the gang that is waiting for the Prince. Meanwhile, the Prince is playing hooky from the dinner and is out driving around with Peggy Bruce (Lee), whom Franklin loves. Out of curiosity they stop by the haunted house in time for the fight between Franklin and the gang. Members of the royal party arrive to save the Prince, and Franklin as the hero of the fight wins Peggy.