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James Edmond

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B: February 7, 1916 in Walkerton, Ontario
D: November 4, 2000 in Paris, Ontario

We have very little information about James Edmond. Some sources say he was born in Montreal, others say he was born in Ontario. We do know he began his career in England. A significant portion of his career occurred during the so-called Golden Age of television when live dramas were part of every major network’s schedule. We have listen the title of the production, followed by the year of broadcast and the name of the program’s series. The made-for-TV movie The Hill, was directed by Paul Almond.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Old English (TV-1949)

Devil Girl from Mars (1954)
The Hill (TV-1956)
The Glass Cage (ITV Play of the Week, 1957)

John A. Macdonald: The Impossible Idea (1961, short))
A Question of Identity: War of 1812 (1966, short)

Black Christmas (1974)

The Hijacking of Studio 4 (TV-1985)
Letting Go (TV-1985)
The Boy in Blue (1986)

TV Series – Guest Appearances:
Act of Treason (General Motors Theatre, 1955)
Deadly Is the Egg (General Motors Theatre, 1955)
The Incredible Sinner (General Motors Theatre, 1956)
The Case of Posterity Versus Joseph Howe (Folio, 1956)
The Nativity (Folio, 1956)
The Sacred Scales (General Motors Theatre, 1957)
The Glass Cage (ITV Play of the Week, 1957)
John A. And the Double Wedding (Folio, 1957)
The Trial of James Whelan (Folio, 1957)
The Customer Is Always Right (On Camera, 1957)
Breakthrough (General Motors Theatre, 1958)
Three to Get Married – Part 1 (On Camera, 1958)
Three to Get Married – Part 2 (On Camera, 1958)
Three to Get Married – Part 3 (On Camera, 1958)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (1959)

Startime (1960)
Final at Furnell (First Person, 1960)
Company Party (General Motors Theatre, 1961)
My Representative (Playdate, 1962)
The Reluctant Angels (PLaydate, 1962)
Rain in the Morning (Playdate, 1962)

Wojeck (1966)

King of Kensington (1979)

The Great Detective (1981)
The Littlest Hobo (1983, 1984)
The Pied Piper of Hamelin (Faerie Tale Theatre, 1985)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1987)

Black Christmas
Poster for the 1974 movie, Black Christmas