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Fritz Schade

  • Jan 19, 1880 - Jun 17, 1926 (age 46)
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1926
Fritz Schade
PersonalJune 1926

Fritz Schade

Fritz Schade passed away.
1917
Dangers of a Bride
MovieJun 22, 1917

Dangers of a Bride

Dangers of a Bride is a 1917 American silent comedy film …
Dangers of a Bride is a 1917 American silent comedy film directed by Clarence G. Badger and starring Gloria Swanson.
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The Betrayal of Maggie
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MovieJun 10, 1917

The Betrayal of Maggie

The Betrayal of Maggie released.
Her Nature Dance
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MovieApr 8, 1917

Her Nature Dance

Her Nature Dance released.
1916
His Last Scent
MovieOct 15, 1916

His Last Scent

His Last Scent released.
The Surf Girl
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MovieJul 9, 1916

The Surf Girl

Several people have decided to go swimming at the swimming …
Several people have decided to go swimming at the swimming pool at Coney Island. They include a young woman with a strong armed boyfriend, and another young woman accompanied to the park by...
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The Snow Cure
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MovieApr 23, 1916

The Snow Cure

The Snow Cure released.
Wife and Auto Trouble
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MovieMar 5, 1916

Wife and Auto Trouble

A mild-mannered man's …
A mild-mannered man's problems with his domineering wife and mother-in-law lead to complications with the law.
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Fido's Fate
MovieFeb 13, 1916

Fido's Fate

Fido's Fate released.
1915
The Hunt
MovieDec 26, 1915

The Hunt

The Hunt released.
Fickle Fatty's Fall
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MovieNov 3, 1915

Fickle Fatty's Fall

Fickle Fatty's Fall is a 1915 short comedy film directed by and …
Fickle Fatty's Fall is a 1915 short comedy film directed by and starring Fatty Arbuckle.
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A Rascal's Wolfish Ways
MovieAug 9, 1915

A Rascal's Wolfish Ways

Arling, master crook, reads …
Arling, master crook, reads an announcement of a reception given by Mae, rich merchant's daughter, and resolves that he and his gang will get her jewels which she is to wear. At the reception, Mae receives attentions from her lover, Fritz, but falls in love with Arling. Arling and his gang spirit Fritz away and send Mae to rescue him. Mae, coming to his assistance, is met by Fritz with a gun in his hand demanding her jewels, a thing which he is forced to do by the gang hidden in bushes. Mae delivers the jewels and returns to the house to give warning, while Arling orders the gang to take Fritz to their underground den. Mae's father, in going to the police station, is thrown into a cave of the gang. The father, who suspected Fritz of being the thief, is now convinced, but Fritz explains matters. The father escapes and returns to the house with the police. As they arrive, Arling escapes, followed by the father and police and later by Mae. Arriving at the cave, Arling informs the gang to climb the ladder into the now deserted police station. The pursuers enter the cave and a spring door locks on them whereupon the gang in the police station proceed to flood the cave. Mae, arriving, enters the cave and sees the water coming through cracks in the door. She is frantically hammering at the door when it breaks from the water pressure, and the police and her father are washed down a long tunnel while Mae is left helpless. Arling and his gang are meanwhile initiating Fritz into their secrets. Fritz refuses to join them and they decide to tie him to the rails, while Arling will get a locomotive and by means of a rocket will give warning when to start. Mae, making her way out of the tunnel, meets Arling, who explains their intentions towards her lover. She pleads vainly, then rushes to her father and the police for aid. The gang have taken the police auto on their trip to tie Fritz and as Mae dashes to the station for help, the rocket is seen in the sky. Mae enters a racing car and starts for her lover, while her father and the police follow in an aeroplane. As the locomotive is about to cut Fritz to bits, a drawbridge is raised by Mae and the locomotive with Arling in it dashes off the end of the bridge into the water. Fritz is released while the girl who saved his life offers him her hand.
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A Hash House Fraud
MovieJun 10, 1915

A Hash House Fraud

A swindle in a tiny downtown restaurant leads to a classic …
A swindle in a tiny downtown restaurant leads to a classic Keystone Kops finale. One and all have an easy time with the pretty and flirtatious cashier.
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For Better - But Worse
MovieMay 22, 1915

For Better - But Worse

For Better - But Worse released.
A Human Hound's Triumph
MovieMay 8, 1915

A Human Hound's Triumph

A Human Hound's Triumph released.
Love, Loot and Crash
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MovieApr 24, 1915

Love, Loot and Crash

A flustered father seeks a cook for his kitchen, his daughter …
A flustered father seeks a cook for his kitchen, his daughter seeks to elope and a pair of crooks seek to get some loot. Add the Keystone cops and stir vigorously.
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The Rent Jumpers
MovieApr 8, 1915

The Rent Jumpers

The Rent Jumpers released.
Settled at the Seaside
MovieMar 29, 1915

Settled at the Seaside

Two couples are at the …
Two couples are at the seaside. A young man proposes to his gal. She accepts, and promptly tells him to re-tie his tie. He objects, so she returns the ring and walks away. An older couple has their own squabble: the middle-aged husband, who thinks himself a dandy, is happy to see his complaining wife roll away in a small, unattended carriage. He immediately approaches the younger woman. To make her ex-fiancé jealous, she takes up with the dandy and off they go to swim. What of the wife and the jilted beau? Can things be set right?
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His Luckless Love
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MovieMar 18, 1915

His Luckless Love

His Luckless Love released.
Love in Armor
MovieMar 11, 1915

Love in Armor

Love in Armor released.
A Lucky Leap
MovieFeb 22, 1915

A Lucky Leap

A Lucky Leap released.
Peanuts and Bullets
MovieJan 30, 1915

Peanuts and Bullets

Peanuts and Bullets released.
Colored Villainy
MovieJan 26, 1915

Colored Villainy

Colored Villainy released.
Hash House Mashers
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MovieJan 16, 1915

Hash House Mashers

A boarder pursues his love, the landlords daughter, much …
A boarder pursues his love, the landlords daughter, much mayhem in the process.
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Only a Farmer's Daughter
MovieJan 9, 1915

Only a Farmer's Daughter

Only a Farmer's Daughter released.
1914
Their Fatal Bumping
MovieDec 24, 1914

Their Fatal Bumping

Their Fatal Bumping released.
His Prehistoric Past
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MovieDec 7, 1914

His Prehistoric Past

Charlie dreams he is in the stone age. There King Low-Brow …
Charlie dreams he is in the stone age. There King Low-Brow rules a harem of wives. Charlie, in skins and a bowler, falls in love with the king's favorite wife, Sum-Babee. During a hunting ...
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Leading Lizzie Astray
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MovieNov 30, 1914

Leading Lizzie Astray

A city slicker is driving …
A city slicker is driving through a small town when his car has a flat. A local boy and his girlfriend walk by and the boy volunteers to fix the man's tire. While he's doing that, the city slicker makes a move on the boy's girlfriend and persuades her to go back to the city with him. After she leaves, her boyfriend packs up and goes to the city to try to win her back.
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His Musical Career
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MovieNov 7, 1914

His Musical Career

Charlie and his partner are to deliver a piano to 666 …
Charlie and his partner are to deliver a piano to 666 Prospect St. and repossess one from 999 Prospect St. They confuse the addresses. The difficulties of delivering the piano by mule cart, and most of the specific gags, appeared later in Laurel and Hardy's "The Music Box".
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Cursed by His Beauty
MovieOct 31, 1914

Cursed by His Beauty

Cursed by His Beauty released.
Dough and Dynamite
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MovieOct 26, 1914

Dough and Dynamite

The bakers in the employ of Monsieur La Vie go on strike. …
The bakers in the employ of Monsieur La Vie go on strike. In the emergency Pierre and Jacques, the waiters, take possession of the kitchen, and as there is quite a bit of jealousy between them, on account of the female waitresses who smile impartially on both. It is not long before the dough is flying. Meanwhile, the strikers have conspired. They drill a hole in a loaf of bread and insert therein a stick of dynamite, cleverly replacing the piece of crust on the end of the loaf. Then they give it to a little girl, instructing her to carry it to the bakery and explaining that because the bread is too heavy her mother has sent it back. The wife of Monsieur La Vie returns the child's money and orders are given to the bakers to put the loaf back in the oven and bake it some more. They comply. The whole establishment is in a demoralized state. Customers in the café cannot get waited upon. The cook is in a towering temper. Pierre is clubbed on the head by the strikers, and goes about in a maudlin condition, getting himself and everybody else into all sorts of trouble. And then, the dynamited loaf explodes. The innocent victims are buried in splintered ovens, broken china an earthquake of pastry and bursting flour sacks, and huge mounds of dough heave fitfully where human hearts once throbbed. At the very end of the tragedy we see the yeasty mass churning and swelling, and then, out of the sticky lump, the unfortunate Pierre thrusts a gluey head.
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Betty Schade
MarriageSeptember 1914

Betty Schade

Betty Schade (27 March 1895 – 27 March 1982) was a German …
Betty Schade (27 March 1895 – 27 March 1982) was a German-born American actress of the silent era. She appeared in about 135 films between 1913 and 1921. Schade was born in Geestemünde (Bremerhaven), Germany and married first to actor Fritz Schade. The couple traveled to California in 1912-1913 and joined the original Mack Sennett stock company. Later the two were signed to contracts with Carl Laemmle's Universal Pictures. In 1917, she wed actor Ernest Shields and was contracted to Universal Pictures.
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Laughing Gas
MovieJul 9, 1914

Laughing Gas

Charlie pretends to be a dentist though he is only his …
Charlie pretends to be a dentist though he is only his assistant. When a patient can't stop laughing from the anesthesia Charlie knocks him out with a club. He is sent to the drug store, gets in a fight with a man who (after a brick in the face) becomes another patient, and pulls the skirt off the dentist's wife (who is out walking). At one point Charlie pulls a tooth (the wrong one) using enormous pliers.
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1880
Fritz Schade
Birth1880

Fritz Schade

Fritz Schade was born.
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