Edward Thompson (actor)
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James Edward Thompson
Edward Thompson (1898 - 1960) was an actor in the United States. He appeared in several films with African American casts. He worked on films with his wife Evelyn Preer, Spencer Williams, and other prominent African American actors inckudong in Al Christie productions.
He was born James Edward Thompson. He married fellow actor Evelyn Preer. Her second husband, they were both awith the Lafayette Players in Chicago. They married February 4, 1924, in Williamson County, Tennessee, Tennessee (while in Nashville).
- The Melancholy Dame (1929)
- Brown Gravy (1929)
- Oft in the Silly Night (1929)
- Georgia Rose (1930)
- Gangsters on the Loose (1937)
- While Thousands Cheer (1940)
- Mystery in Swing (1940)
- Broken Strings (1940)
- The Duke is Tops (1938)
- Life Goes On (1938)
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