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Edward "Teddy" Howell is a Actor born on 15 june 1902

Edward "Teddy" Howell

Edward "Teddy" Howell
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Birth name Edward Welsford Rowsell Howell
Birth 15 june 1902
Death 20 august 1986 (at 84 years)

Edward Welsford Rowsell "Teddy" Howell (15 June 1902 – 20 August 1986) was an English-born, English and later Australian character actor, radio producer and director and scriptwriter. He was most notable for his career in Australia in all genres of the entertainment industry including radio, stage, television and film. In 1927 he appeared in the early Australian film For the Term of His Natural Life, at the time the highest grossing film in Australian cinema.

Biography

He was married to Mary Cecilia Long on 11 May 1927, an English actress known professionally as Therese Desmond, and nicknamed Molly, whom he had met whilst appearing with Sydney's Playbox Theatre, marrying at the St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral in Sydney, Australia. Molly suffered a stroke in 1955 and died in 1961. Edward died on 20 August 1986, in Chatswood, New South Wales at the age of 84, and was cremated.

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Norman Dawn
Norman Dawn
(1 films)
Peter Weir
Peter Weir
(1 films)
Chris Haywood
Chris Haywood
(1 films)
George Fisher
George Fisher
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Edward "Teddy" Howell (2 films)

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The Cars That Ate Paris, 1h31
Directed by Peter Weir
Origin Australie
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Horror comedy, Action, Horror
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Films about automobiles, Road movies, Comedy horror films, Chase films
Actors John Meillon, Terry Camilleri, Chris Haywood, Bruce Spence, Danny Adcock, Edward "Teddy" Howell
Roles Tringham
Rating56% 2.8007252.8007252.8007252.8007252.800725
The film begins with an urban couple driving through the countryside in what looks like a cinema advertisement. The scene comes to a halt with a fatal accident. The rural Australian town of Paris arranges fatal accidents to visitors driving through. Townspeople collect items from the luggage of the deceased passengers whilst survivors are taken to the local hospital where they are given lobotomies with power tools and kept as "veggies" for medical experiments by the earnest town surgeon. The young men of the town salvage and modify the wrecked vehicles into a variety of strange-looking cars designed for destruction.
For the Term of His Natural Life, 1h42
Directed by Norman Dawn
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors George Fisher, Eva Novak, Edward "Teddy" Howell, Hartney Arthur
Roles Kirkpatrick
Rating60% 3.0111753.0111753.0111753.0111753.011175
After a row, Ellinor Devine reveals to her husband Sir Richard that he is not actually the father of their son, also named Richard, but that he was fathered by her cousin, Lord Bellasis. Sir Richard throws his son out and storms off in a rage. Shortly afterwards, Richard Junior finds his biological father dead in the forest. Only the viewer and an unidentified witness know that Lord Bellasis has actually been killed by his own son, known as John Rex. However, it is Richard Devine who is found next to the body and arrested. Thinking that his father killed Bellasis, Richard wants to protect his mother's reputation and gives his name as Rufus Dawes.