The day of birth of Charles Ruggles is not on record. He is an American Actor, known for The Pleasure of his company (1961), Trouble in Paradise (1932), Gallant Journey (1946), Charles Ruggles's first movie on record is from 1931. His last motion picture on file dates from 1966.
Charles Ruggles Filmography [Auszug]
1966: [/ /1] Follow me Boys (Cast: John Everett Hughes), Directed by Norman Tokar, with Lillian Gish, Elliott Reid,
1961: [/ /1] The Pleasure of his company (Cast: Savage), Directed by George Seaton, with Fred Astaire, Tab Hunter, Gary Merrill,
1946: [/ /1] Gallant Journey (Cast), Directed by William A. Wellman, with , Charles Kemper, Robert Hoover,
1946: [/ /1] A stolen life (Cast: Freddie Linley), Directed by Curtis Bernhardt, with Bruce Bennett, Peggy Knudsen,
1940: [12.27] The invisible Woman (Cast: George (AKA Charlie Ruggles) ), Directed by A. Edward Sutherland, with Virginia Bruce, John Barrymore, John Howard,
1938:  Service de Luxe (Cast: Scott Robinson), Directed by Rowland V. Lee, with Halliwell Hobbes, Ben Hall,
1936: [/ /1] Anything Goes (Rien ne va plus) (Cast), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with Philip Ahn, Matt Moore,
1934: [/ /1] Six of a kind (Cast), Directed by Leo McCarey, with Gracie Allen, Mary Boland, George Burns,
1933:  Alice in Wonderland (Cast), Directed by Norman Z. McLeod, with Charlotte Henry, Leon Errol, Louise Fazenda,
1932: [10.21] Trouble in Paradise (Cast: Major), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, with Herbert Marshall, Miriam Hopkins, Kay Francis,
1931: [/ /1] The Smiling Lieutenant (Cast: Max), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, with Claudette Colbert, Maude Allen, George Barbier,
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