September 16, 1883
Delphos, Ohio, U.S.
|Died||July 10, 1965
Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, U.S.
Neely Edwards (born Cornelius Limbach; September 16, 1883 – July 10, 1965) was an American vaudeville performer and film actor.
Edwards appeared in 174 films between 1915 and 1959. The first was as an unbilled player in a Harold Lloyd short. In the early 1920s Edwards and his vaudeville partner Edward Flanagan appeared as the "Hall Room Boys" in some of the earliest short films produced by Cohn-Brandt-Cohn Film Sales, what would develop into Columbia Pictures. Of his approximately 180 credited film appearances, about 140 are comedy short subjects.
- The Hungry Actors (1915)
- You Never Can Tell (1920)
- Brewster's Millions (1921)
- The Green Temptation (1922)
- Made for Love (1926)
- Footloose Widows (1926)
- Show Boat (1929)
- Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929)
- Dynamite (1929)
- Scarlet Pages (1930)
- Strictly in the Groove (1942)
- Hat Check Honey (1944)
- Patrick the Great (1945)
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