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Henry Edwards’s height is 5ft 11in (1.8 m)

Henry Edwards was an English actor and film director. He appeared in 81 films between 1915 and 1952. He also directed 67 films between 1915 and 1937. Edwards was married to actress Chrissie White, who co-starred in a number of his films.

Henry Edwards

Best Known For Movie: Scrooge
Born: September 18, 1882, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, United Kingdom
Filmography: The Long Memory (1953), Trent’s Last Case (1952), Something Money Can’t Buy (1952), Never Look Back (1952), The Promoter (1952), The Magic Box (1951), The Lady with a Lamp (1951), White Corridors (1951), The Rossiter Case (1951), Trio (1950), Double Confession (1950), Madeleine (1950), Golden Salamander (1950), Dear Mr. Prohack (1949), All Over the Town (1949), Elizabeth of Ladymead (1948), Brass Monkey (1948), Quartet (1948), Woman Hater (1948), Dulcimer Street (1948), Oliver Twist (1948), Take My Life (1947), Green for Danger (1946), The Magic Bow (1946), The Strangler (1941), Three Wise Brides (1941), Captain’s Orders (1937), General John Regan (1933), The Flag Lieutenant (1932), The Girl in the Night (1931), Call of the Sea (1930), Ringing the Changes (1929), Vendetta (1929), The Three Kings (1928), Fear (1928), Der Faschingskönig (1928), Further Adventures of a Flag Officer (1927), The Flag Lieutenant (1927), The Fake (1927), The World of Wonderful Reality (1924), The Naked Man (1923), Boden’s Boy (1923), Lily of the Alley (1923), Simple Simon (1922), Tit for Tat (1921), The Bargain (1921), The Lunatic at Large (1921), John Forrest Finds Himself (1920), The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss (1920), Aylwin (1920), A Temporary Vagabond (1920), The City of Beautiful Nonsense (1919), Possession (1919), The Kinsman (1919), Broken in the Wars (1919), His Dearest Possession (1919), Towards the Light (1918), Tares (1918), The Refugee (1918), Against the Grain (1918), A New Version (1918), Anna (1918), Her Savings Saved (1918), The Message (1918), The Poet’s Windfall (1918), The Secret (1918), The Hanging Judge (1918), The Touch of a Child (1918), Broken Threads (1917), Nearer My God to Thee (1917), The Failure (1917), Merely Mrs. Stubbs (1917), The Cobweb (1917), A Welsh Singer (1916), East Is East (1916), Grim Justice (1916), Doorsteps (1916), Far from the Madding Crowd (1915), Lost and Won (1915), The Man Who Stayed at Home (1915), Alone in London (1915), My Old Dutch (1915), Clancarty (1914), The Vicar of Bray (1937), Song of the Forge (1937), Beauty and the Barge (1937), Juggernaut (1936), Eliza Comes to Stay (1936), In the Soup (1936), Scrooge (1935), The Private Secretary (1935), Vintage Wine (1935), Squibs (1935), D’Ye Ken John Peel? (1935), The Lad (1935), The Rocks of Valpre (1935), The Lash (1934), Are You a Mason? (1934), Lord Edgware Dies (1934), The Man Who Changed His Name (1934), General John Regan (1933), Purse Strings (1933), Anne One Hundred (1933), Lord of the Manor (1933), One Precious Year (1933), Discord (1933), The Barton Mystery (1932), The Flag Lieutenant (1932), Brother Alfred (1932), Stranglehold (1931), The Girl in the Night (1931), The Island of Despair (1926), One Colombo Night (1926), A Girl of London (1925), King of the Castle (1925), Owd Bob (1924), The World of Wonderful Reality (1924), The Naked Man (1923), Boden’s Boy (1923), Lily of the Alley (1923), Simple Simon (1922), Tit for Tat (1921), The Bargain (1921), The Lunatic at Large (1921), John Forrest Finds Himself (1920), The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss (1920), Aylwin (1920), A Temporary Vagabond (1920), The City of Beautiful Nonsense (1919), Possession (1919), The Kinsman (1919), His Dearest Possession (1919), Towards the Light (1918), Against the Grain (1918), Anna (1918), Her Savings Saved (1918), Old Mother Hubbard (1918), The Inevitable (1918), The Message (1918), The Poet’s Windfall (1918), The Secret (1918), What’s the Use of Grumbling (1918), The Hanging Judge (1918), Broken Threads (1917), If Thou Wert Blind (1917), The Failure (1917), Merely Mrs. Stubbs (1917), A Welsh Singer (1916), East Is East (1916), Doorsteps (1916), Brother Alfred (1932), The Girl in the Night (1931), The Three Kings (1928), The World of Wonderful Reality (1924), The Naked Man (1923), Lily of the Alley (1923), Simple Simon (1922), Tit for Tat (1921), The Bargain (1921), A Temporary Vagabond (1920), Towards the Light (1918), The Failure (1917), Merely Mrs. Stubbs (1917), A Welsh Singer (1916), East Is East (1916), Doorsteps (1916), Lost and Won (1915), Stranglehold (1931), The Girl in the Night (1931), Call of the Sea (1930), Lord Richard in the Pantry (1930), Mystery at the Villa Rose (1930), The House of the Arrow (1930), Tit for Tat (1921), Broken Threads (1917), Silent Britain (2006), Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood (1995).
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Occupation: Film Actor, Director
Died: November 2, 1952, Chobham, United Kingdom
Spouse: Chrissie White (m. 1924–1952)
Children: Henryetta Edwards
Height: 5ft 11in (1.8 m)

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