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Edwin McKim (1869–1942)

Edwin McKim was born on October 31, 1869 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA as Samuel McKim. He was a director and writer, known for A Bath Tub Mystery (1916), Should a Woman Divorce? (1914) and Oliver Twist (1912). He was married to Anna Lehr. He died on March 31, 1942 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. See full bio »

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 1916 Otto, the Gardener (Short)
 1916 Otto, the Salesman (Short)
 1916 Otto the Sleuth (Short)
 1916 Otto's Vacation (Short)
 1916 Otto the Traffic Cop (Short)
 1916 No Place Like Jail (Short)
 1916 Otto's Legacy (Short)
 1916 Otto the Cobbler (Short)
 1916 Otto the Reporter (Short)
 1916 Trilby Frilled (Short)
 1916 Otto the Hero (Short)
 1916 Otto the Artist (Short)
 1916 Skirts and Cinders (Short)
 1916 The Buckshot Feud (Short)
 1916 Germs and Microbes (Short)
 1916 Frocks and Frills (Short)
 1916 Otto the Bellboy (Short)
 1916 The Fatal Bean (Short)
 1916 Otto the Soldier (Short)
 1916 The Butler (Short)
 1916 The New Janitor (Short)
 1916 Fooling Uncle (Short)
 1916 A Bath Tub Mystery (Short)
 1916 His Lordship (Short)
 1915 This Isn't the Life (Short)
 1915 Otto's Cabaret (Short)
 1915 The Great Detective (Short)
 1915 Playing the Same Game (Short)
 1915 Which Is Which? (Short)
 1915 Limberger's Victory (Short)
 1915 An Accident Policy (Short)
 1915 Half a Million (Short)
 1915 Up Against It (Short)
 1915 Playing in Tough Luck (Short)
 1915 Cutting Down Expenses (Short)
 1915 Romance in a Beanery (Short)
 1915 Love and Swords (Short)
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Father of Ann Dvorak. He separated from Dvorak's mother, Anna Lehr in 1919, and was finally reunited with his daughter in August, 1934. At the time, he had been out of films for several years, working in business in Philadelphia under the name Samuel McKim.

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