Arthur D. Ripley

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Director, Author, Producer, Director of Photography - USA
Born January 12, 1897 in New York, NY, US
Died February 13, 1961 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Arthur D. Ripley was born on January 12, 1897 in New York, NY, US. He was an American Director, Author, Producer, Director of Photography, known for The Strong Man (1926), The Wonderful Adventure (1915), A voice in the wind (1944), Arthur D. Ripley's first movie on record is from 1914. Arthur D. Ripley died on February 13, 1961 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1958.

Arthur D. Ripley Filmography [Auszug]
1958: [] Thunder Road (Director), with Jacques Aubuchon, Gene Barry, Jerry Hardin,
1946: [/ /1] The Chase (Director), with Steve Cochran, Lloyd Corrigan, Robert Cummings,
1944: [/ /1] A voice in the wind (Director), with Martin Berliner, Hans Schumm, Otto Reichow,
1936: [07.01] How to Train a Dog (Director),
1933: [07.28] The Barber Shop (Director), with W.C. Fields, , ,
1933: [04.21] The Pharmacist (Director), with W.C. Fields, , ,
1928: [/ /1] The Chaser (Based on ), Directed by Harry Langdon, with Helen Hayward, William Jaimison, Harry Langdon,
1927: [/ /1] Three's a crowd (Based on ), Directed by Harry Langdon, with Cornelius Keefe, Harry Langdon, Gladys McConnell,
1926: [09.19] The Strong Man (Based on ), Directed by Frank Capra, with Harry Langdon, Priscilla Bonner, Gertrude Astor,
1926: [/ /1] Saturday Afternoon (Scenario), Directed by Harry Edwards, with Vernon Dent, Ruth Hiatt, Harry Langdon,
1921: [08.01] Life's Darn Funny (Scenario), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Viola Dana, , Eva Gordon,
1920: [03.00] Alias Jimmy Valentine (Director), Directed by Edmund Mortimer, with Bert Lytell, Vola Vale, Eugene Pallette,
1920: [01.00] The Third Generation (Scenario), Directed by Henry Kolker, with Betty Blythe, Mahlon Hamilton, Jack Pratt,
1916: [09.24] His Busted Trust (Scenario: (--??--)), Directed by Edward F. Cline, with Slim Summerville, Bobby Dunn, Peggy Pearce,
1916: [01.02] The Green-Eyed Monster (Director of Photography), Directed by J. Gordon Edwards, with Robert B. Mantell, , Stuart Holmes,
1915: [12.13] A Price for Folly (Director of Photography), Directed by George D. Baker, with , Antonio Moreno, Louise Beaudet,
1915: [11.07] The Blindness of Devotion (Director of Photography), Directed by J. Gordon Edwards, with Robert B. Mantell, , Stuart Holmes,
1915: [09.26] The Wonderful Adventure (Director of Photography), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with William Farnum, Dorothy Green, Mary Martin,
1915: [07.00] Should a Mother tell? (Mother Love, A Mother's Love (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by J. Gordon Edwards, with Betty Nansen, Stuart Holmes, Arthur Hoops,
1914: [05.00] A Celebrated Case (Director of Photography), Directed by George Melford, with Alice Joyce, Guy Coombs, Marguerite Courtot,

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