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Edward N. Buzzell

Highest Rated: 100% At the Circus (1939)

Lowest Rated: 80% Song of the Thin Man (1947)

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As a Broadway musical comedy star, Edward "Eddie" Buzzell was seen in such 1920s productions as The Desert Song. In 1930, Buzzell played the lead in Warner Bros.' filmization of George M. Cohan's Little Johnny Jones. He directed and starred in several one-reelers for Columbia, at the behest of studio chief Harry Cohn who evidently was one of Buzzell's biggest fans. Buzzell moved into feature-film directing with 1932's The Big Timer. Together with director Sam Wood, Buzzell shares the distinction of surviving two films with the Marx Bros. (whom he whimsically labelled "The O-Boys"): At the Circus (1939) and Go West (1940). He went on to helm several of MGM's big-budget musicals of the 1940s. After several years in retirement, Eddie Buzzell resurfaced for one last, film comedy, the British Mary Had a Little... (1961).

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet A Woman of Distinction Director 1950
No Score Yet Neptune's Daughter Director 1949
80% Song of the Thin Man Director 1947
No Score Yet Easy to Wed Director 1946
No Score Yet Keep Your Powder Dry Director 1945
No Score Yet Best Foot Forward Director 1943
No Score Yet The Omaha Trail Director 1942
No Score Yet Ship Ahoy Director 1942
No Score Yet The Getaway (The Get-Away) Director 1941
No Score Yet Married Bachelor Director 1941
89% Go West Director 1940
100% At the Circus Director 1939
No Score Yet Honolulu Director 1939
No Score Yet Fast Company Director 1938
No Score Yet Ann Carver's Profession Director 1933
No Score Yet Virtue Director 1932
No Score Yet The Big Timer Director 1932
No Score Yet Little Johnny Jones Screenwriter 1930

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