Hal Roach
(Movies & TV)
Charley Chase
(Movies & TV)
Edgar Kennedy
(Movies & TV)
Stan Laurel
(Movies & TV)
Mabel Normand
(Movies & TV)
Oliver Hardy
(Movies & TV)
Clark Gable
(Movies & TV)

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Max Davidson

Knowledge Identifier: +Max_Davidson


Max Davidson

German film actor known for his comedic Jewish persona during the silent film era add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1875.

Countries: United States (83%), Germany (8%), United Kingdom (8%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Hal Roach, Charley Chase, Edgar Kennedy

Linked to: Moan and Groan, Inc., Jews, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, So This Is College




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Max Davidson was born in 1875 add something


Born in Berlin , Germany, Davidson emigrated to the United States in the 1890s where he began working in stock theater and vaudeville add something


In the 1920s, he began working for Hal Roach, appearing in numerous two-reeler comedies including "Call of the Cuckoo" with Charley Chase, "Pass the Gravy" and "Get 'Em Young" with Stan Laurel, "Why Girls Say No" and "Love 'Em and Feed 'Em" with Oliver Hardy, and "The Extra Girl" with Mabel Normand add something


Hal Roach - During the 1920s and 1930s, he employed Lloyd , Will Rogers, Max Davidson, the Our Gang kids, Charley Chase, Harry Langdon, Thelma Todd, ZaSu Pitts, Patsy Kelly and, most famously, Laurel and Hardy


Marion Byron - From there she was hired by Hal Roach to co-star in short subjects with Max Davidson, Edgar_Kennedy, and Charley Chase, but most significantly with Anita Garvin, where tiny Marion was teamed with 6' Anita for a brief series as a "female Laurel & Hardy" in 1928–1929


He made his final screen appearance in the 1945 Clark Gable film "Adventure" add something

Max Davidson died in 1950 add something


Davidson died on September 4, 1950 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California add something