Edward Arnold Biography

Place of Birth: New York City, New York
Height: 5' 10" (1.78 m) Mini Biography Bor
Wiki Biography: Born Gunther Schneider in New York City in 1890, Edward Arnold began his acting career on the New York stage and became a film actor in 1916. A burly man with a commanding style and superb baritone voice, he was a popular screen personality for decades, and was the star of such film classics as Diamond Jim (1935) (a role he reprised in Lillian Russell (1940)) Arnold appeared in over 150 films and was President of The Screen Actors Guild shortly before his death in 1956.

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TV Title Appeared As Year Genre
You Can't Take It With You Anthony P. Kirby 1938 Comedy
Wallflower 1948 Comedy
Edward Arnold Theater 1954 Drama
U Can Do It Anthony P. Kirby 2013 Music
Movies Title Appeared As Year Genre
Three on a Match 1932 Crime, Drama, Romance
I'm No Angel Big Bill Barton 1933
Roman Scandals Emperor Valerius 1933 Comedy, Fantasy, Musical
Sadie McKee 1934 0
Thirty Day Princess 1934 Comedy, Romance
Hide-Out 1934 Comedy, Crime, Drama
Diamond Jim Diamond Jim Brady 1935 Drama
Come and Get It 1937 Drama
The Toast of New York 1937 Comedy, Drama
You Can't Take It with You Anthony P. Kirby 1938 0, Biography
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Jim Taylor 1939 0
Idiot's Delight Achille Weber 1939
Mr Smith Goes to Washington Jim Taylor 1939 Drama
Johnny Apollo 1940 Crime, Drama, Romance
Lillian Russell Diamond Jim Brady 1940 Drama, Musical
Meet John Doe 1941 Biography, 0
Johnny Eager 1942 Crime
Janie Charles Conway 1944
Mrs. Parkington 1944
Week-End at the Waldorf 1945
Ziegfeld Follies 1946 Comedy, Musical
Three Wise Fools 1946 Comedy, Drama
Dear Ruth 1947 Comedy, Romance
The Hucksters 1947 Drama, Comedy, Romance
Belles on Their Toes 1948
Command Decision Congressman Arthur Malcolm 1948
Easy Living 1949
Take Me Out to the Ballgame Joe Lorgan 1949
Big Jack 1949
Annie Get Your Gun Pawnee Bill 1950 Comedy, Family
City That Never Sleeps 1953 Crime, Drama
Living It Up The Mayor 1954
Kismet The Grand Vizier 1955