Edwin L. Hollywood

Edwin L. Hollywood (October 9, 1892 – May 15, 1958) was an American actor and film director.[1] He was born in New York City.[1]

Hollywood was in charge of  Vitagraph's film unit that starred Harry Morey.[2]

He died in Glendale, California.[1]

Filmography

Actor

Director

  • One Hour (1917)
  • Polly of the Circus (1917), Charles Thomas Horan also directed
  • The Challenge Accepted (1918)
  • The Birth of a Soul (1920)
  • The Sea Rider (1920)[4]
  • The Flaming Clue (1920)
  • The Gauntlet (1920)
  • French Heels (1922)[5]
  • No Trespassing (1922)
  • Columbus (1923)[2]
  • The Pilgrims (1924)[6]

References

  1. Ellenberger, Allan R. (1 May 2001). "Celebrities in Los Angeles Cemeteries: A Directory". McFarland via Google Books.
  2. Koszarski, Richard (27 August 2008). "Hollywood on the Hudson: Film and Television in New York from Griffith to Sarnoff". Rutgers University Press via Google Books.
  3. Langman, Larry; Ebner, David (4 January 2019). "Hollywood's Image of the South: A Century of Southern Films". Greenwood Publishing Group via Google Books.
  4. Morey, Harry (4 January 2019). "The Sea Rider" via memory.loc.gov.
  5. Golden, Eve (30 November 2007). "Vernon and Irene Castle's Ragtime Revolution". University Press of Kentucky via Google Books.
  6. "Hollywood and American History: A Filmography of Over 250 Motion Pictures Depicting U.S. History". McFarland. 1 January 1984 via Google Books.

Further reading

  • Obituary, May 17, 1948, New York Times
  • Hollywood Signs with Associated, Moving Picture World (US) May 30 1925, page 554
  • Hollywood Resigns, Moving Picture World, April 1 1922, page 465
  • Hollywood to Direct Morey, Moving Picture World, September 13 1919, page 1662
  • Hollywood Directs Arden Subject, Moving Picture World, December 28 1918, page 1488
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