Edward Woods
American actor
Edward Woods
Edward Woods was an American actor best known for his extensive role in The Public Enemy opposite James Cagney.
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Two new urologists for QHC Belleville - Belleville Intelligencer
Google News - over 5 years
The arrival of Guan and Dr. Edward Woods means the region now has three full-time urologists and patients have a shorter wait for care. LUKE HENDRY/THE INTELLIGENCER/QMI AGENCY By Luke Hendry Quinte residents needing urological care are getting it more
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Wash. Prison System Prepares For Convicted Killer Isaiah Kalebu - OPB News
Google News - over 5 years
Edward Woods runs the IMU here. He shows me an 8' x 12' cinderblock cell. Inmates here are locked down 23 hours a day. When they are let out they're always cuffed and escorted by two officers. Inmates who act up are subject to restraint chairs,
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Insurance product innovation (2) - Vanguard
Google News - over 5 years
“The insurance industry is significantly more regulated than the banking sector everywhere in the world,” said Edward Woods. “Both banks and insurers could benefit from process improvement for their product life cycles (in particular through inception
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Changes coming to Reformer.com - Brattleboro Reformer
Google News - over 5 years
The Reformer's print and digital properties are the trusted and definitive source of local, up-to-date news and information in their communities, said Edward Woods, publisher of the Reformer and Banner. "The decision to begin charging for our online
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Feltham cadets gain qualifications thanks to pilot scheme - Hounslow Chronicle Feltham
Google News - over 5 years
Edward Woods, CVQO Chief Executive, said, "There has been a great deal of time and effort placed on finding new ways of funding and providing potentially life-changing opportunities particularly to the younger cadets, and I'm thrilled to reward and
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Sunseeker Malta to host first rally from Malta to Syracuse - Malta Independent Online
Google News - over 5 years
Interested persons can call Ms Lauren Cachia on 99998607 or Mr Edward Woods on 79492937to confirm participation in this rally. Alternatively, interested individuals may also email Sunseeker Malta's offices on lauren@sunseekermalta.com or
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Umpqua Keeps Testing New Ideas - Bank Technology News
Google News - over 5 years
"Umpqua has always been out on the edge when it comes to its philosophy around customers and customer engagement," says Edward Woods, principal at Mindful Insights, a research firm in Portland. "The café-vs.-branch approach is one way this philosophy
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Selectmen Appoint New Conservation Commission Member - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
The Board of Selectmen unanimously appointed Edward Woods Jr. as a new member to the Conservation Commission Monday night. Woods, who is a mediator employed by the state, said one of his biggest strengths is giving everyone "their day in court
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Mary Russell, 1958-2011 - Columbia Daily Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
She married Michael Edward Woods on June 6, 2009, and he survives. She attended Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Columbia. She enjoyed her family, working outdoors in her garden and spoiling her grandchildren. Survivors include three sons,
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Cadet's African adventure - Crawley Observer (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
Edward Woods, chief executive of CVQO and head of the selection panel says, “It was a really tough job choosing just nine, but we are very confident that our finalists will make a fantastic team in South Africa.” Harry is also a possible winner of the
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DVDs | Paramount's Uptown Depression
NYTimes - almost 8 years
THANKS to the busy folks at Warner Home Video, Warner Brothers' street-level view of the Great Depression has become quite familiar. The studio's Depression landscape -- empathetic views of the working-class unemployed hustling in dingy urban environments or trudging through the ruined countryside -- can be explored in considerable depth in boxed
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YOUR MONEY; The Great Chase for the Highest Rate
NYTimes - over 9 years
They're a latter-day version of day traders. Rate chasers, they call themselves: savers who hunt for the best interest rates at banks and credit unions and quickly move their cash from one account to another. Their forebears took the risky path of rapidly buying and selling stocks in the hope of locking in quick profits, but often suffered deep
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Schools Take Steps To Aid Communities
NYTimes - about 20 years
AMID national concern about how to improve education and enhance performance, a variety of initiatives have recently been started to bring schools and communities closer, and in doing so, redefine the relationship. Whether it is students researching reports for health centers, businesses adopting an elementary school, colleges extending help to
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TV Weekend; Close-Up on Cagney, the 'Faraway Fella'
NYTimes - over 24 years
Violence may indeed be as American as apple pie, and on this Fourth of July weekend, TNT could be right on the mark with the title of its new documentary: "James Cagney: Top of the World" (Sunday, 8 P.M. and midnight). The phrase is from "White Heat" (1949), the ultimate psychopathic-gangster movie in which Cagney, as the mother-fixated Cody
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Edward Doherty, 77, Foreign Service Officer
NYTimes - about 25 years
Edward Woods Doherty, a retired Foreign Service officer and foreign affairs adviser to the United States Catholic Conference, died on Friday at Washington Hospital Center. He was 77 years old and lived in West River, Md. His family said he died of a heart ailment. Mr. Doherty was born in St. Louis, worked as an investment counselor on Wall Street
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Diane T. von Gal to Wed Brian Woods
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: Plans for an April 29 wedding for Diane Tekakwitha von Gal and Brian Joseph Woods have been announced by the parents of the bride-to-be, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Vreeland von Gal of Stamford, Conn. Mr. Woods is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Woods of Sussex, N.J. Ms. von Gal graduated from the Convent of the Sacred Heart in Greenwich, Conn., and
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JAMES CAGNEY IS DEAD AT 86; MASTER OF PUGNACIOUS GRACE
NYTimes - almost 31 years
James Cagney, the cocky and pugnacious film star who set the standard for gangster roles in ''The Public Enemy'' and won an Academy Award for his portrayal of George M. Cohan in ''Yankee Doodle Dandy,'' died yesterday at his Dutchess County farm in upstate New York. He was 86 years old. Mr. Cagney had been hospitalized earlier this month at Lenox
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Edward Woods
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1989
    Age 85
    An obituary from the Salt Lake City Tribune, dated October 10, 1989, names Woods' parents as Mary Clark and William B. Woods, and mentions two brothers, Roy C. and William B. Woods.
    More Details Hide Details After graduating from the University of Southern California, Woods became an actor. He appeared at the old Salt Lake Theatre in "The Copperhead," as Lionel Barrymore's teenage son. In New York City, he appeared in many successful Broadway productions then began a movie career. He worked with Cary Grant, Greta Garbo, Jean Harlow, John Barrymore, and Clark Gable. His most famous role was playing "Matt Doyle" opposite James Cagney's "Tom Powers" in The Public Enemy (1931), a seminal and arguably the most widely acclaimed gangster movie. Although initially cast in the lead role as Powers, director William Wellman switched Woods' role with Cagney's after viewing Cagney's electrifying performance in the dailies. In the sequences at the beginning of the film, the children's appearances are reversed because those scenes were filmed before the switch and the studio opted not to pay to refilm them, which has confused viewers ever since. The studio had promised to make the role switch up to him with later parts but reneged and dropped him when his contract expired. Woods soon wound up working at the worst B-picture studios, terminally damaging his movie career.
  • 1975
    Age 71
    He retired in 1975, and moved to Salt Lake City.
    More Details Hide Details Woods married Gabrielle Margery Morris, and the couple had a daughter, Robin.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1903
    Born
    Born on July 5, 1903.
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