William Edmunds

William Edmunds

William Edmunds (July 15, 1886 – December 7, 1981) was a stage and screen character actor, typically playing roles with heavy accents (generally Italian, Spanish, and French). Born as Guillermo Bocconcini in Italy, he immigrated to the United States and was a New York City based actor, receiving his first credited role in the Bob Hope film Going Spanish (1934). He relocated to Hollywood in 1938 and had bit parts in films such as Idiot's Delight (1939), and larger roles such as House of Frankenstein (1944, as gypsy leader Fejos), Bob Hope's Where There's Life (1947, as King Hubertus II) and Double Dynamite (1951, as Groucho Marx's long-suffering boss). His many short subject appearances include a few stints as Robert "Mickey" Blake's father in the Our Gang series. He has a brief appearance in Casablanca (1942) where in Rick’s Café he gives instructions to a man seeking illegal passage out of Casablanca.Source: Wikipedia

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