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Cast Member : Edmund Mortimer

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 Born  1874-08-21
New York, NY
(Edmund Mortimer Olsen)
 Died  1944-05-21
Los Angeles, CA

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1933-09-29 STAGE MOTHER Ted Healy and Larry Fine (Solo) Man on shipboard
2.  1933-11-24 DANCING LADY Ted Healy and His Stooges Man in Bradley's office
3.  1934-11-28 THE CAPTAIN HATES THE SEA Moe, Larry and Curly
4.  1935-10-11 IT'S IN THE AIR Ted Healy (Solo) Man in lobby
5.  1937-01-29 MAN OF THE PEOPLE Ted Healy (Solo) Party guest
6.  1940-04-19 A PLUMBING WE WILL GO Moe, Larry and Curly Party guest
7.  1941-02-18 ROAD SHOW Shemp Howard (Solo) Sanitarium inmate
8.  1941-06-13 TIGHT SHOES Shemp Howard (Solo) Man at McGrath's table
9.  1942-06-12 PRIVATE BUCKAROO Shemp Howard (Solo) Nightclub patron
10.  1942-12-11 PITTSBURGH Shemp Howard (Solo) Mr. Simons
11.  1943-10-01 THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS Joe DeRita (Solo) Dancer, Bette Davis number
12.  1943-10-08 CRAZY HOUSE Shemp Howard (Solo) Man in hotel lobby

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