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Edward Andrews (October 9, 1914 – March 8, 1985) was an American actor, one of the most recognizable character actors on television and films between the 1950s and the 1980s. His stark white hair, portly build and horn-rimmed glasses added to the type of roles he received, as he was often cast as an ornery boss, a cagey businessman, or a strict disciplinarian of some type.
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|The Phenix City Story||Rhett Tanner||1955|
|The Harder They Fall||Jim Weyerhause||1956|
|Tension at Table Rock||Kirk||1956|
|Friendly Persuasion||Soldier (uncredited)||1956|
|Trooper Hook||Charlie Travers||1957|
|Elmer Gantry||George F. Babbitt (as Ed Andrews)||1960|
|The Absent-Minded Professor||Defense Secretary||1961|
|The Young Savages||R. Daniel Cole||1961|
|Advise & Consent||Senator Orrin Knox||1962|
|The Thrill of It All||Gardiner Fraleigh||1963|
|The Man from Galveston||Hyde||1963|
|Tora! Tora! Tora!||Admiral Harold R. Stark||1970|
|Sixteen Candles||Howard Baker||1984|