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Snitz Edwards (January 1, 1868 (some sources state 1862) – May 1, 1937) was a notable character actor of the early years of the silent film era into the 1930s.
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|1931||Sit Tight as Charley|
|1927||College as The Dean|
|1927||The Red Mill as Caesar|
|1926||The Cruise of the Jasper B as Reginald Maltravers|
|1926||April Fool as Mr. Applebaum|
|1926||Battling Butler as Alfred's valet|
|1926||The Sea Wolf as Thomas Mugridge (cook)|
|1926||Made for Love as Bit Role|
|1925||The Phantom of the Opera as Florine Papillon|
|1925||Seven Chances as His lawyer|
|1924||The Thief of Bagdad as His Evil Associate|
|1923||Scaramouche as Bit (uncredited)|
|1923||Rosita as Little Jailer|
|1923||Souls for Sale as Komical Kale - the Klown|