Edmund MacDonald (May 7, 1908 in Boston – September 2, 1951) was an American actor.
MacDonald was born Edmund Francis MacDonald in Boston. He had one brother.
He appeared in films such as Call of the Canyon 1942, The Mantrap 1943, and Detour 1945. His last film was Red Canyon in 1949.
- Enlighten Thy Daughter 1934
- Madame Spy (1942)
- Castle in the Desert (1942)
- Timber (1942)
- Flying Tigers (1942) as Blackie Bales
- The Mantrap (1943), a George Sherman crime thriller
- Detour (1945) as the driver who picks up Tom Neal
- The Mysterious Mr. M (1946) as Anthony Waldron, the original villain
- Shoot to Kill (1947)
- Reel Men at War: Masculinity and the American War Film - Page 23 Ralph Donald, Karen MacDonald - 2011 "After listening to Woody brag about his latest exploit in shooting down a Japanese plane, another pilot, Blackie (Edmund MacDonald), a normally quiet individual, finally blurts out, “How does it feel to be a one-man team? You aren't the first ..."
- Three Bad Men: John Ford, John Wayne, Ward Bond - Page 133 Scott Allen Nollen - 2013 "John Ford, John Wayne, Ward Bond Scott Allen Nollen ... Wayne plays Jim Gordon, leader ofa group ofpilots fighting in China, who is persuaded to join the “ Flying Tigers,” a squadron commanded by reformed drunk Blackie Bales ( Edmund
- Noir Movies Facts, Figures & Fun - Page 45 John Grant - 2005 "Detour dir Edgar G. Ulmer, 1945 Tom Neal is hitchhiking to Hollywood to join his girlfriend when picked up by driver Edmund MacDonald, who tells of a female hitchhiker who recently resisted his advances. Neal takes a turn at driving, then "