Ralph Ince

Actor, Director, Author - USA
Born January 16, 1887 in Boston, MA, USA
Died April 10, 1937 in London

Mini-Biography:
Ralph Ince was born on January 16, 1887 in Boston, MA, USA. He was an American Actor, Director, Author, known for Little Caesar (1930), Star Witness (1931), Safe in Hell (1931), Ralph Ince's first movie on record is from 1908. Ralph Ince died on April 10, 1937 in London. His last motion picture on file dates from 1932.

Ralph Ince Filmography [Auszug]
1932: [05.23] The Tenderfoot (Cast: Dolan), Directed by Ray Enright, with Joe E. Brown, Ginger Rogers, Lew Cody,
1932: [05.20] State's Attorney (Cardigan's Last Case) (Cast: Second Trial Defense Attorney), Directed by George Archainbaud, with John Barrymore, Helen Twelvetrees, Jill Esmond,
1931: [] Star Witness (Cast), Directed by William A. Wellman, with William A. Wellman, Walter Huston,
1931: [] Safe in Hell (Cast), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Dorothy Mackaill, Donald Cook, Ralph Harolde,
1930: [] Little Caesar (Cast), Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with Nicholas Bela, Thomas Jackson,
1929: [] Hardboiled (Director), with Donald Reed, Sally O'Neil,
1927: [01.09] Home Struck (Homestruck) (Director), with Viola Dana, , Tom Gallery,
1926: [07.12] Bigger Than Barnum's (Director), with Ralph Lewis, George O'Hara, Viola Dana,
1925: [07.26] Lady Robinhood (Director), with Evelyn Brent, Robert Ellis, Boris Karloff,
1925: [] Alias Mary Flynn (Director), with Evelyn Brent,
1925: [] Smooth as Satin (Director), with Evelyn Brent,
1924: [04.06] The Moral Sinner (Director), with Dorothy Dalton, James Rennie, Alphonse Ethier,
1924: [02.11] The Uninvited Guest (Director), with Maurice 'Lefty' Flynn, , Mary MacLaren,
1923: [06.10] Counterfeit Love (Director), Directed by Roy Sheldon, with Joe King, Marian Swayne, Norma Lee,
1923: [02.25] Success (Director), with , Naomi Childers, Mary Astor,
1922: [] The Referee (Director),
1921: [12.18] A Man's Home (Director), with Harry T. Morey, Kathlyn Williams, Faire Binney,
1921: [10.23] Tropical Love (Director), with Ruth Clifford, F.A. Turner, Reginald Denny,
1921: [06.00] Wet Gold (Director), with , ,
1921: [05.10] The Last Door (Cast), Directed by William P.S. Earle, with Eugene O'Brien, Charles Craig,
1920: [08.23] Out of the Snows (Director), with Zena Keefe, Pat Hartigan,
1920: [02.00] His Wife's Money (Director), with Eugene O'Brien, Zena Keefe, ,
1919: [12.21] Out Yonder (The Girl from Out Yonder) (Director), with Olive Thomas, Huntley Gordon, Marie Coverdale,
1919: [11.16] Sealed Hearts (Director), with Eugene O'Brien, Robert Edeson, Lucille Lee Stewart,
1919: [09.20] The Perfect lover (Director), with Eugene O'Brien, Lucille Lee Stewart, Marguerite Courtot,
1918: [11.25] Five Thousand an Hour (Director), with Hale Hamilton, Lucille Lee Stewart, ,
1918: [10.00] The Panther Woman (Director), with Olga Petrova, Rockliffe Fellowes, Vernon Steele,
1918: [09.04] Her Man (The Battle Cry, The Woman Eternal) (Director: (AKA Ralph W. Ince)), Directed by John Ince, with Elaine Hammerstein, Lawson Butt, George Anderson,
1918: [08.18] Our Mrs. McChesney (Director), with Ethel Barrymore, Wilfred Lytell, Huntley Gordon,
1918: [06.23] Tempered Steel (Director), with Olga Petrova, J. Herbert Frank, Thomas Holding,
1918: [01.14] Fields of Honor (Director), with Mae Marsh, Marguerite Marsh, George Cooper,
1917: [06.00] To-Day (Director: (AKA Ralph W. Ince) ), with Florence Reed, Frank Mills, Gus Weinberg,
1916: [06.05] The Destroyers (Director: (AKA Ralph W. Ince) ), with Lucille Lee Stewart, Huntley Gordon, John S. Robertson,
1916: [01.17] My Lady's Slipper (Director), with Earle Williams, Anita Stewart, Joseph Kilgour,
1915: [05.09] The Goddess (Director), with Anita Stewart, Earle Williams, Paul Scardon,
1915: [02.17] Some White Hope? (Director), with , Donald MacBride,
1914: [09.26] The Painted World (Director), with Anita Stewart, Julia Swayne Gordon, E.K. Lincoln,
1914: [09.21] Four Thirteen (413) (Director), with Anita Stewart, Anders Randolf, Harry T. Morey,
1914: [07.13] Uncle Bill (Director), with Donald Hall, William Humphrey, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1914: [06.15] Shadows of the Past (Director), with E.K. Lincoln, Anita Stewart, Harry T. Morey,
1914: [05.28] 'Round the World in 80 Days (Director),
1914: [04.14] He Never Knew (Director), with Anita Stewart, James Morrison, Rose Tapley,
1914: [04.11] The Girl from Prosperty (Director), with Anita Stewart, Billy Quirk,
1914: [02.18] Fatty on the Job (Director), with Hughie Mack, Gladden James, Lucille Lee Stewart,
1914: [02.17] Back to Broadway (Director), with Anita Stewart, E.K. Lincoln, Merton Haley,
1914: [02.07] A Million Bid (Director: (AKA Ralph W. Ince) ), with Anita Stewart, E.K. Lincoln, Charles Kent,
1914: [02.05] Lincoln, the Lover (The Life of Abraham Lincoln, The Early life of Abraham Lincoln) (Cast: Präsident Lincoln), with Anita Stewart, Logan Paul,
1914: [01.30] The Lucky Elopement (Director), with Anita Stewart, Charles Wellesley,
1914: [01.12] The Right and the Wrong of It (Director), with Anita Stewart, E.K. Lincoln, Lucille Lee Stewart,
1914: [01.07] Diana's Dress Reform (Director), with Anita Stewart, E.K. Lincoln, Charles Wellesley,
1913: [12.02] The Wreck (Director), Directed by W.J. Lincoln, with Anita Stewart, Harry T. Morey, Gladden James,
1913: [11.19] Why I Am Here (Director), with Sidney Drew, Anita Stewart, Charles Eldridge,
1913: [11.07] Flaming Hearts (Cast: (--??--)), Directed by George D. Baker, with John Bunny, Josie Sadler, Hughie Mack,
1913: [10.31] Fatty's Affair of Honor (Director), with Hughie Mack, Lucille Lee Stewart, Flora Finch,
1913: [07.03] A Sweet Deception (Director), with Anita Stewart, Mary Maurice, Sidney Drew,
1913: [06.11] A Regiment of Two (Director), Directed by George D. Baker, with Sidney Drew, Rose Tapley, Harry T. Morey,
1913: [04.26] A Fighting Chance (Director), with Anita Stewart, Ned Finley, Rosemary Theby,
1913: [04.11] The Web (Director), with Anita Stewart, Rosemary Theby, James Morrison,
1913: [03.26] Love Laughs at Locksmiths; or, Love Finds a Way (Director), with Frank Bennett, Frank Currier, Flora Finch,
1913: [03.24] Brother Bill (Director), with Ned Finley, , Chester Hess,
1913: [03.10] Red and White Roses (Director), Directed by William Humphrey, with William Humphrey, Julia Swayne Gordon, Leah Baird,
1913: [02.11] Papa Puts One Over (Director), with Robert McWade sr., Earle Williams, L. Rogers Lytton,
1913: [02.04] The Classmate's Frolic (Director), with Flora Finch, Anita Stewart, Rosemary Theby,
1913: [01.31] How Fatty Made Good (Scenario), with Hughie Mack, Lucille Lee Stewart, Richard Rosson,
1913: [01.15] Off the Road (Director), with L. Rogers Lytton, Rosemary Theby, Florence Radinoff,
1912: [12.28] Sue Simpkins' Ambition (Director), with Leah Baird, Kingsley Higgins, William V. Ranous,
1912: [12.16] The Finger of Suspicion (Director), with Tom Moore, Alice Joyce, Hazel Neason,
1912: [12.04] The Curio Hunters (Director), with Marshall P. Wilder, Hughie Mack, Ned Finley,
1912: [11.15] Una of the Sierras (Director), with Mary Charleson, George Stanley, Anne Schaefer,
1912: [11.04] The Mills of the Gods (Director), with L. Rogers Lytton, Leo Delaney, Rosemary Theby,
1912: [09.10] The Higher Mercy (Cast: Abraham Lincoln ), Directed by William V. Ranous, with Julia Swayne Gordon, James Morrison,
1912: [09.06] She Wanted a Boarder (Cast: The Friend), Directed by Edwin R. Phillips, with Lillian Walker, Edwin R. Phillips,
1912: [08.16] The Bogus Napoleon (Cast), Directed by William Humphrey, Charles Kent, with Charles Kent, William Humphrey, John Bunny,
1912: [08.13] The Heart of Esmeralda (Cast: Ben Holt ), Directed by William V. Ranous, with , Helen Gardner,
1912: [] The Money Kings (Cast: The Aviator ), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, William Humphrey, with Maurice Costello, Rose Tapley, Frank A. Lyons,
1912: [] Her Choice (Director), with Zena Keefe, Anita Stewart, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1912: [] The Godmother (Director), with Marshall P. Wilder, Hughie Mack, Herbert Barry,
1912: [] The Wood Violet (Director), with Anita Stewart, E.K. Lincoln, L. Rogers Lytton,
1912: [] Song of the Shell (Director), with Anita Stewart, Earle Williams, E.K. Lincoln,
1912: [06/29] Lincoln's Gettysburg Address (Cast), Directed by J. Stuart Blackton, James Young, with Tefft Johnson, James Young,
1912: [06.12] Yellow Bird (Cast: The Hunter ), Directed by William V. Ranous, with Helen Gardner, Tefft Johnson, ,
1912: [06.05] Mockery (Cast: Prince Dionio), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with Marshall P. Wilder, Clara Kimball Young,
1912: [05.27] The Lady of the Lake (Cast: Douglas, Earl of Angus ), Directed by J. Stuart Blackton, with Harry T. Morey, ,
1912: [05.13] Love in the Ghetto (Cast: Barish - the Father), Directed by Hal Reid, with Rosemary Theby, Tom Powers,
1912: [05.08] The Serpents (Cast: Eric ), Directed by Charles L. Gaskill, with , Helen Gardner,
1912: [04.16] The Cave Man (Director), Directed by Charles L. Gaskill, with , Harry S. Northrup,
1911: [12.30] In the Clutches of a Vapor Bath (Cast: The Thief), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Flora Finch, Hazel Neason,
1911: [11.28] The Freshet (Cast: Tom Ennis - the Young Blacksmith ), Directed by William Humphrey, with Helen Gardner, Fred Herzog,
1911: [11.20] Heroes of the Mutiny (Cast: Gerald O'Hara), Directed by William V. Ranous, with Rose Tapley, Zena Keefe,
1911: [09.19] How Millie Became an Actress (Cast: The Stage Manager), Directed by N. N., with Hazel Neason, Edwin R. Phillips,
1911: [08.09] Billy the Kid (Cast: Billy's Uncle ), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with Tefft Johnson, ,
1911: [08.08] The Battle of Bunker Hill (Cast), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, Oscar Apfel, with , Mabel Trunnelle, Guy Coombs,
1911: [07.18] The Lure of Vanity (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Helen Gardner, Mrs. B.F. Clinton, Julia Swayne Gordon,
1911: [07.15] The Geranium (Cast), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Maurice Costello, Rosemary Theby,
1911: [] The Child Crusoes (Cast), Directed by Van Dyke Brooke, with Kenneth Casey, Norma Talmadge, ,
1911: [] The Battle Hymn of the Republic (Cast: Abraham Lincoln), Directed by J. Stuart Blackton, Laurence Trimble, with Anita Stewart, Maurice Costello,
1911: [06.30] The Star Spangled Banner (Cast), Directed by J. Searle Dawley, with Guy Coombs, Sydney Booth, Mabel Trunnelle,
1911: [02.21] A Tale of Two Cities (Cast), Directed by William Humphrey, Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Maurice Costello, Florence Turner, John Bunny,
1910: [10.18] Auld Robin Gray (Cast: Jaimie), Directed by Laurence Trimble, with William Shea, Florence Turner,
1908: [04.12] Othello (Cast: Soldier (/xx/) ), Directed by William V. Ranous, with William V. Ranous, Julia Swayne Gordon, Hector Dion,

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