Ford Sterling
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Ford Sterling
*November 3, 1883 La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA
as George Ford Stich Jr
October 13, 1939 Los Angeles, California, USA

American comedian and actor, original chief of the Keystone Cops.

Films

1961

Days of Thrills and Laughter

1957

The Golden Age of Comedy

1935

Black Sheep
Behind the Green Lights

1933

Alice in Wonderland

1931

Stout Hearts and Willing Hands
Her Majesty, Love

1930

Bride of the Regiment
Spring Is Here
Kismet

1929

Sally
The Girl in the Show

1928

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Oh Kay!
Sporting Goods
Chicken a La King

1927

For the Love of Mike
Casey at the Bat

1926

The Road to Glory
The American Venus
Mantrap

1925

Stage Struck

1924

So Big
He Who Gets Slapped
Wild Oranges

1923

Hollywood
The Spoilers

1922

The Strangers' Banquet

1920

Married Life

1919

Yankee Doodle in Berlin

1915

Court House Crooks
Fatty and the Broadway Stars
That Little Band of Gold

1914

The Knockout
Between Showers
A Film Johnnie
Tango Tangles

1913

Fatty at San Diego
The Speed Kings
A Strong Revenge
That Ragtime Band
Hide and Seek
Cohen Saves the Flag
Barney Oldfield's Race for a Life

1912

The Water Nymph


Imdb: 0827509

VIAF: 64207620
Articles on Ford Sterling

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Photoplay, April 1928


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Photoplay, March 1930


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Photoplay, August 1928


Books on Ford Sterling
Wendy Warwick White
Ford Sterling, The Life And Films
, 2007
Books with substantial mentioning of Ford Sterling
Ronald L. Smith
Who's Who in Comedy, Comedians, Comics and Clowns From Vaudeville to Today's Stand-ups
New York, Oxford, 1992

Kalton C. Lahue and Sam Gill
Clown Princes and Court Jesters
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1970

Charles Donald Fox and Milton L. Silver (eds.)
Who's Who on the Screen
New York City, 1920
Books with an entry on Ford Sterling
Books with photograph(s) of Ford Sterling
John Richard Finch and Paul Elby
Close-Ups, From the Golden Age of the Silent Cinema
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1978