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Cliff Edwards

AKA Clifton A. Edwards

Born: 14-Jun-1895
Birthplace: Hannibal, MO
Died: 17-Jul-1971
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park, North Hollywood, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Musician

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Ukulele Ike

Voice of Jiminy Cricket in Pinocchio (1940).

Wife: Gertrude Ryrholm (m. 1919, div. 1923)
Wife: Irene Wylie (m. 1923, div. 1932)
Wife: Judith Barrett (actress, m. 31-Aug-1932, div. 1936)

    High School: (dropped out at age 14)

    The Man from Button Willow (1-Feb-1965) [VOICE]
    Fun and Fancy Free (27-Sep-1947) [VOICE]
    The Falcon Strikes Back (1-Apr-1943) · Goldie Locke
    American Empire (11-Dec-1942) · Runty
    Seven Miles from Alcatraz (18-Nov-1942) · Stormy
    Red River Robin Hood (Nov-1942) · Ike
    Riders of the Badlands (18-Dec-1941)
    International Squadron (13-Aug-1941)
    Knockout (29-Mar-1941) · Pinky
    The Monster and the Girl (28-Feb-1941)
    Flowing Gold (24-Aug-1940) · Hot Rocks
    Millionaires in Prison (12-Jul-1940) · Happy
    His Girl Friday (11-Jan-1940) · Endicott
    Gone with the Wind (15-Dec-1939) · Soldier
    Maisie (22-Jun-1939) · Shorty
    The Girl of the Golden West (8-Mar-1938) · Minstrel Joe
    The Bad Man of Brimstone (31-Dec-1937)
    Between Two Women (9-Jul-1937) · Snoopy
    Saratoga (23-Jun-1937) · Tip
    They Gave Him a Gun (7-May-1937) · Laro
    Red Salute (12-Sep-1935)
    George White's 1935 Scandals (15-Mar-1935)
    George White's Scandals (16-Mar-1934)
    Flying Devils (14-Jul-1933) · Screwy Edwards
    Fast Life (16-Dec-1932)
    Young Bride (8-Apr-1932) · Pete
    Hell Divers (5-Dec-1931) · Baldy
    The Sin of Madelon Claudet (23-Oct-1931)
    Sidewalks of New York (26-Sep-1931) · Poggle
    Laughing Sinners (30-May-1931) · Mike
    Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (28-Feb-1931)
    Dance, Fools, Dance (7-Feb-1931)
    Doughboys (30-Aug-1930)
    Way Out West (2-Aug-1930) · Trilby
    Montana Moon (20-Mar-1930) · Froggy
    Marianne (24-Aug-1929)
    The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (14-Aug-1929) · Himself

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