Ethel Ritchie was born on October 22, 1890 in San Diego, California, USA. She was an American Actress, known for No Children Wanted (1918), The virgin of Stamboul (1920), A Bit of Kindling (1917), Ethel Ritchie's first movie on record is from 1917. Ethel Ritchie died on December 28, 1926 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1920.
Ethel Ritchie Filmography [Auszug]
1920: [03.27] The virgin of Stamboul (Cast: Resha), Directed by Tod Browning, with Priscilla Dean, Wheeler Oakman, Wallace Beery,
1919: [06.30] The Weaker Vessel (Cast: Ruth Sterner), Directed by Paul Powell, with Mary MacLaren, Thurston Hall, ,
1918: [08.26] The Midnight Burglar (Marylee Mixes In (Working title)) (Cast: Emily Depue), Directed by Robert Ensminger, with Gloria Joy, Neil Hardin,
1918: [08.01] No Children Wanted (Cast: Sylvia Jarvis), Directed by Sherwood MacDonald, Henry King, with Gloria Joy, R. Henry Grey,
1917: [06.18] A Bit of Kindling (Cast: Ruth Borden (AKA Ethel Ritchey)), Directed by Sherwood MacDonald, with Jackie Saunders, Arthur Shirley, John P. Wade,
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