Edward Laemmle (October 25, 1887 – April 2, 1937) was an American film director of the silent era. He directed 62 films between 1920 and 1935.
Laemmle in 1920
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Edward Laemmle was born in Chicago, Illinois and died in Los Angeles. He was the nephew of Carl Laemmle, founder of Universal Studios. His half sister was Carla Laemmle, dancer and actress and his brother was director Ernst Laemmle. He married Peppi Heller on April 8, 1923; the couple had two girls, Constance and Carlotta, and settled in Beverly Hills, California.
- Shipwrecked Among Cannibals (1920)
- Cinders (1920)
- The Two-Fisted Lover (1920)
- Superstition (1920)
- The Man with the Punch (1920)
- The Saddle King (1921)
- Sweet Revenge (1921)
- Winners of the West (1921)
- Top o' the Morning (1922)
- In the Days of Buffalo Bill (1922)
- The Oregon Trail (1923)
- The Man in Blue (1925)
- Spook Ranch (1925)
- The Whole Town's Talking (1926)
- The Still Alarm (1926)
- Held by the Law (1927)
- Man, Woman and Wife (1929)
- The Drake Case (1929)
- Dick, Bernard F. (January 13, 2015). "City of Dreams: The Making and Remaking of Universal Pictures". University Press of Kentucky. Retrieved January 17, 2019 – via Google Books.
- Atkins, Rick (January 17, 2019). "Among the Rugged Peaks: An Intimate Biography of Carla Laemmle". Midnight Marquee & BearManor Media. Retrieved January 17, 2019 – via Google Books.
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