Cliff Edwards

Highest Rated:
100%     Pinocchio (1940)
Lowest Rated:
40%     The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929)
Birthday:
Jun 14
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:


American entertainer Cliff Edwards, the son of a Hannibal, Missouri railroad worker, was born early enough to remember seeing Hannibal's own Mark Twain during the eminent author's many visits. Dropping out of school at 14, Edwards tackled several odd jobs before securing work singing for…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
Man From Button Willow
  • (voice)
-- 1965
71% Fun & Fancy Free
  • Jiminy Cricket
-- 1947
Seven Miles from Alcatraz
  • Stormy
-- 1943
The Falcon Strikes Back
  • Goldie
-- 1943
American Empire
  • Runty
-- 1942
97% Dumbo
  • Jim Crow
-- 1941
Knockout
  • Sleepy
-- 1941
Knockout
  • Sleepy
-- 1941
The Monster and the Girl(The Avenging Brain )
  • Leon Stokes
-- 1941
100% Pinocchio
  • Jiminy Cricket
-- 1940
Flowing Gold
  • Hot Rocks
-- 1940
98% His Girl Friday
  • Endicott
-- 1940
95% Gone With the Wind
  • Reminiscent Soldier
-- 1939
The Girl of the Golden West
  • Minstrel Joe
-- 1938
They Gave Him a Gun
  • Laro
-- 1937
Saratoga
  • Tip O'Brien
-- 1937
Bad Guy
  • Hi-Line
-- 1937
George White's 1935 Scandals
  • Dude Holloway
-- 1935
Red Salute
  • Rooney
-- 1935
Huddle
  • Actor
-- 1932
Dance, Fools, Dance
  • Bert Scranton
-- 1931
Sidewalks of New York
  • Poggie
-- 1931
Laughing Sinners
  • Mike
-- 1931
The Sin of Madelon Claudet (The Lullaby)
  • Victor
-- 1931
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (Romeo in Pyjamas)
  • Bellhop
-- 1931
Doughboys (Forward March)
  • Nescopeck
-- 1930
Lord Byron Of Broadway
  • Joe
-- 1930
So This Is College
  • Windy
-- 1929
40% The Hollywood Revue of 1929
  • Actor
-- 1929

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Quotes from Cliff Edwards's Characters

    • Jiminy Cricket:
      Go ahead.
    From Pinocchio. Submitted by Alex K (22 months ago)

    • Jiminy Cricket:
      [after Pinocchio is brought to life] What they can't do these days.
    From Pinocchio. Submitted by Alex K (22 months ago)