Edward Raquello

Edward Raquello (14 May 1900 – 24 August 1976) was a Polish-born actor.[1] Although from Eastern Europe, he specialized in playing Latin Lover roles in Hollywood. He emigrated to the United States in March 1926.

Edward Raquello
Lobby card from South of Panama (1928) with Edward Raquello at left
Eduard Silberberg Kucharski

14 May 1900
Died24 August 1976
New York, New York, United States
Years active1927–1951 (film)


Year Title Role Notes
1927The Girl from RioRaoul the dancer
1928South of PanamaEmilio Cervantes
1937Charlie Chan at Monte CarloPaul Savarin
1938The Patient in Room 18Dr. Fred Harker
1938The Last ExpressPaul Zarinka
1938Torchy Gets Her ManHenchman GonzalesUncredited
1938Western JamboreeDon Carlos
1939Idiot's DelightChiariUncredited
1939Missing DaughtersLucky Rogers
1939The Girl from MexicoTony Romano
1939The Girl and the GamblerRodolfo Ramos
1940Calling Philo VanceEduardo Grassi


  1. Hanke p.104


  • Hanke, Ken. Charlie Chan at the Movies: History, Filmography, and Criticism. McFarland, 1990.

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