Mrs. Tom Ricketts was born under the given name Josephine Ditt on September 7, 1868 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She was an American Actress, known for A foreign spy (1913), Refining Fires (1915), Her Fighting Chance (1914), Mrs. Tom Ricketts's first movie on record is from 1912. She was married to Tom Ricketts. Mrs. Tom Ricketts died on October 18, 1939 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1915.
Mrs. Tom Ricketts Filmography [Auszug]
1915: [01.18] Refining Fires (Cast: Florence ), Directed by Tom Ricketts, with Harry von Meter, Jack Richardson, Vivian Rich,
1914: [09.01] Damaged Goods (Cast: Mrs. James Forsythe (AKA Josephine Ditt) ), Directed by Tom Ricketts, with Richard Bennett, Adrienne Morrison, Maud Milton,
1914: [04.27] Her Fighting Chance (Cast: Edith Corbin (AKA Josephine Ditt) ), Directed by Tom Ricketts, with Edward Coxen, Winifred Greenwood,
1914: [03.30] The Town of Nazareth (Cast: Jane Rosney, Ralph's sister (AKA Josephine Ditt)), Directed by N. N., with Edward Coxen, George Field, Winifred Greenwood,
1914: [01.31] Calamity Anne in Society (Cast: The Real Anne Thompson (AKA Josephine Ditt) ), Directed by Tom Ricketts, with , Ida Lewis,
1913: [07.10] A foreign spy (Cast: (AKA Josephine Ditt)), Directed by Wallace Reid, Hal Reid, with Wallace Reid, Vivian Rich, Frank Borzage,
1912: [05.27] The Foreign Spy (Cast: Celeste (AKA Josephine Ricketts)), Directed by Tom Ricketts, with Sydney Ayres, Donald MacDonald,
1912: [03.30] The Bachelor and the Baby (Cast: Mrs. Fair - the Widow (AKA Josephine Ricketts)), Directed by Tom Ricketts, with Harold Lockwood, Dorothy Davenport,
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