Tom Ricketts

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Actor, Director, Author - USA
Born January 15, 1853 in London, England, UK
Died January 20, 1939 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Other names or known as : Thomas Ricketts,

Mini-Biography:
Tom Ricketts was born on January 15, 1853 in London, England, UK. He was an American Actor, Director, Author, known for A Sailor's Sweetheart (1927), The Power and the Glory (1933), The glad rag Doll (1929), Tom Ricketts's first movie on record is from 1908. Tom Ricketts died on January 20, 1939 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1933.

Tom Ricketts Filmography [Auszug]
1933: [10.20] Secret Sinners (Cast), Directed by Wesley Ford, with Jack Mulhall, Sue Carol, Nick Stuart,
1933: [10.06] The Power and the Glory (Power and Glory) (Cast: Board of Directors (/xx/)), Directed by William K. Howard, with Spencer Tracy, Colleen Moore, Ralph Morgan,
1933: [09.29] Stage Mother (Cast: Fred's Father (/xx/) ), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Alice Brady, Maureen O'Sullivan, Franchot Tone,
1933: [01.12] Laughter in Hell (Cast: Judge), Directed by Edward L. Cahn, with Pat O'Brien, Merna Kennedy, Berton Churchill,
1932: [06.26] Bachelor's Affairs (Fancy Free (Working title), Precious (Working title)) (Cast: Egbert (/xx/)), Directed by Alfred L. Werker, with Adolphe Menjou, Minna Gombell, Arthur Pierson,
1929: [] The glad rag Doll (Cast), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Stanley Taylor, Ralph Graves, Albert Gran,
1927: [09.18] In a Moment of Temptation (Cast: Timothy Gage), Directed by Philip Carle, with Charlotte Stevens, Grant Withers, Cornelius Keefe,
1927: [/ /1] A Sailor's Sweetheart (Cast: Professoe Meekham), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with Clyde Cook, William Demarest, Louise Fazenda,
1926: [12.04] Love's Blindness (Cast: Marquis of Hurlshire ), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Pauline Starke, Antonio Moreno, Lilyan Tashman,
1926: [] Stranded in Paris (Jennys Bummel) (Cast: Herr Rederson), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Bebe Daniels, Ford Sterling, Mabel Julienne Scott,
1925: [11.15] Fate of a Flirt (Cast), Directed by Frank R. Strayer, with Dorothy Revier, ,
1925: [09.13] Never the Twain Shall Meet (Cast: Andrew J. Casson (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Anita Stewart, Bert Lytell, Huntley Gordon,
1925: [] Bobbed Hair (Cast), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Kate Toncray, Francis McDonald, Walter Long,
1924: [10.06] Circe, the Enchantress (Cast: Archibald Crumm ), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Mae Murray, James Kirkwood,
1923: [12.29] Black Oxen (Cast: Charles Dinwiddie), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Corinne Griffith, ,
1923: [09.10] Strangers of the Night (Cast: Lush), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Matt Moore, Enid Bennett, Barbara La Marr,
1923: [04.08] Alice Adams (Cast: J.A. Lamb), Directed by Rowland V. Lee, with Florence Vidor, Claude Gillingwater, Harold Goodwin,
1922: [09.17] The eternal flame (Cast: Vidame de Pameir), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Norma Talmadge, Adolphe Menjou, Wedgwood Nowell,
1922: [08.00] A Tailor-Made Man (Cast: Anton Huber (as Thomas Ricketts)), Directed by Joseph De Grasse, with Charles Ray, Ethel Grandin,
1922: [06/01] Putting It Over (Cast: Arnold Nortonn), Directed by Grover Jones, with Richard Talmadge, Doris Pawn,
1921: [03.28] Puppets of Fate (Sorrontina (Working title)) (Cast: Padre Francesco), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Viola Dana, Francis McDonald, Jackie Saunders,
1921: [01.00] The Spenders (Cast: Mr. Milbrey), Directed by Jack Conway, with Claire Adams, Robert McKim, Joseph J. Dowling,
1920: [01.00] The Willow Tree (Cast: The Priest), Directed by Henry Otto, with Viola Dana, Edward Connelly, Pell Trenton,
1919: [10.25] Please get Married (Cast: Doctor Jenkins), Directed by John Ince, with Viola Dana, Antrim Short, Margaret Campbell,
1919: [02.09] Secret Marriage (Director), with Mary MacLaren, Frederick Vroom, Edward Alexander,
1915: [12.09] The Buzzard's Shadow (Director), with Harold Lockwood, May Allison, William Stowell,
1915: [06.07] The Right to Happiness (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), with , Vivian Rich, Jack Richardson,
1915: [02.10] A Heart of Gold (Director), with Harry von Meter, Jack Richardson, B. Reeves Eason,
1915: [01.18] Refining Fires (Director), with Harry von Meter, Jack Richardson, Vivian Rich,
1914: [12.07] Out of the Darkness (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts) ), with Harry von Meter, , Vivian Rich,
1914: [11.11] The Stolen Masterpiece (Director: as Thomas Ricketts ), with Edward Coxen, Winifred Greenwood, George Field,
1914: [10.23] The Final Impulse (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), with Edward Coxen, Winifred Greenwood, George Field,
1914: [09.01] Damaged Goods (Director: as Thomas Ricketts ), with Richard Bennett, Adrienne Morrison, Maud Milton,
1914: [07.22] Business Versus Love (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts) ),
1914: [04.27] Her Fighting Chance (Director), with Edward Coxen, Winifred Greenwood, Mrs. Tom Ricketts,
1914: [04.10] The Second Clue (Director), with Edward Coxen, Winifred Greenwood, George Field,
1914: [04.06] Like Father, Like Son (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts) ), with Edward Coxen, Winifred Greenwood, George Field,
1914: [01.31] Calamity Anne in Society (Director: as Thomas Ricketts ), with , Mrs. Tom Ricketts, Ida Lewis,
1914: [01.12] The Butterfly (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), with Winifred Greenwood, Edward Coxen, Charlotte Burton,
1913: [12.13] Armed Intervention (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts) ), with Edward Coxen, Winifred Greenwood, Marian Murray,
1912: [05.27] The Foreign Spy (Director), with Sydney Ayres, Mrs. Tom Ricketts, Donald MacDonald,
1912: [05.06] The Ten of Diamonds (Director), with Sydney Ayres, Vivian Rich,
1912: [04.15] A Pair of Baby Shoes (Director), with Harold Lockwood, Dorothy Davenport, Russell Bassett,
1912: [04.08] The Torn Letter (Director), with Harold Lockwood, Dorothy Davenport, Henry Otto,
1912: [04.06] The Cub Reporter's Big Scoop (Director), with Harold Lockwood, Dorothy Davenport,
1912: [03.30] The Bachelor and the Baby (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), with Harold Lockwood, Dorothy Davenport, Mrs. Tom Ricketts,
1912: [03.18] The Feudal Debt (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), Directed by Nestor Film Company, with Harold Lockwood, Dorothy Davenport,
1912: [01.15] A Brave Little Woman (A Brave Little Lady) (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), with Dorothy Davenport, Harold Lockwood,
1911: [12.25] The Best Man Wins (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), with Harold Lockwood, Dorothy Davenport, Russell Bassett,
1911: [10.11] Let Us Smooth the Way (Director), with Russell Bassett, Gertrude Claire,
1910: [07.20] The Thief (The Hollow Cane) (Director), with Brinsley Shaw, Marshall Stedman,
1909: [09.22] Gratitude (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), with ,
1909: [09.08] Justified (Director: (AKA Thomas Ricketts)), with John H. Gilmour, ,
1908: [] A Christmas Carol (Cast: Scrooge), Directed by N. N.,

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