Richard Rosson

Actor, Director, Regieassistent - USA
Born April 4, 1893 in New York City, New York, USA
Died May 31, 1954 in Pacific Palisades, California, USA
Other names or known as : Dick Rosson,

Mini-Biography:
Richard Rosson was born on April 4, 1893 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an American Actor, Director, Regieassistent, known for How Fatty Made Good (1913), Tiger Shark (1932), Panthea (1917), Richard Rosson's first movie on record is from 1911. Richard Rosson died on May 31, 1954 in Pacific Palisades, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1943.

Richard Rosson Filmography [Auszug]
1943: [] Corvette K-225 (Director), with Randolph Scott, Robert Mitchum,
1935: [] West Point of the Air (Director), with Wallace Beery, Robert Young, Lewis Stone,
1932: [09.22] Tiger Shark (Assistant Director), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Edward G. Robinson, Richard Arlen, Zita Johann,
1922: [07/09] Always the Woman (Cast: Mahmud ), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Betty Compson, Emory Johnson, Doris Pawn,
1919: [06.08] Playthings of Passion (Playthings of Fate) (Cast: Spiffy (as Dick Rosson) ), Directed by Wallace Worsley, with Kitty Gordon, Mahlon Hamilton, Lawson Butt,
1919: [03.09] The Poor Boob (Cast: Jimmy Borden), Directed by Donald Crisp, with Bryant Washburn, Wanda Hawley,
1919: [02.24] Peggy Does Her Darndest (Cast: Bob Ensloe), Directed by George D. Baker, with May Allison, Frank Currier, Rosemary Theby,
1919: [01.12] The Secret Garden (Cast: Colin Craven (as Dick Rosson)), Directed by Gustav von Seyffertitz, with Lila Lee, Spottiswoode Aitken, Clarence Geldart,
1918: [08.18] The Ghost Flower (Cast: Paola), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Alma Rubens, Charles West, Francis McDonald,
1918: [08.04] Alias Mary Brown (Cast: Weasel (as Dick Rosson)), Directed by Henri D'Elba, William C. Dowlan, with Pauline Starke, Casson Ferguson, Arthur Millett,
1918: [07.07] A Good Loser (Cast: Jack Monroe (as Dick Rosson)), Directed by Dick Donaldson, with Lee Hill, Arthur Millett, Peggy Pearce,
1918: [06.09] Madame Sphinx (Cast: Dessin (as Dick Rosson)), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with Alma Rubens, Wallace MacDonald, Wallace Mac Donald,
1918: [05.06] High Stakes (Cast: Jimmy (AKA Dick Rosson) ), with J. Barney Sherry, Jane Miller, Harvey Clark,
1918: [03.03] The Shoes that danced (Cast: Stumpy Darcy), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Pauline Starke, Wallace MacDonald,
1917: [11.18] A Case at Law (Cast: Jimmy Baggs (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Pauline Curley, Riley Hatch,
1917: [10.21] Cassidy (Cast: Cassidy (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Frank Currier, Pauline Curley,
1917: [09.20] The Haunted House (Cast: Jimmy (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by Albert Parker, with Winifred Allen, Albert Parker,
1917: [06.03] American - That's All (Assistant Director: (AKA Dick Rosson) ), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Jack Devereaux, Winifred Allen, Walter Walker,
1917: [05.13] The Man Who Made Good (Assistant Director: (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Jack Devereaux, Winifred Allen, ,
1917: [01.07] Panthea (Cast: Pablo Centeno), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Norma Talmadge, Earle Foxe, George Fawcett,
1916: [11.02] Seventeen (Cast: Johnny Watson), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Louise Huff, Jack Pickford, Winifred Allen,
1916: [10.11] That sharp note (Cast), Directed by James Douglass, Allan Dwan, with Carol Holloway, John Sheehan,
1915: [12.11] Nobody's Home (Cast: The Real Estate Agent (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by James Douglass, with Frank Borzage, Neva Gerber, William A. Carroll,
1915: [10.30] An Auto-Bungalow Fracas (Cast: Sellem - Speedo Car Agent (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by James Douglass, with John Sheehan, Carol Holloway, John Steppling,
1915: [10.16] Aided by the Movies (Cast: Dick (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by James Douglass, with John Sheehan, Carol Holloway, John Steppling,
1915: [09.25] A Disciple of Nietzsche (Cast: (AKA Dick Rosson) (--??--)), Directed by N. N., with , Lorraine Huling, Florence LaBadie,
1915: [06.14] My Best Girl (Cast: Billy Lane (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by N. N., with Max Figman, Lois Meredith, Lawrence Peyton,
1915: [05.31] The pretty sister of Jose (Cast: Manuel - the Serenader (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Marguerite Clark, Jack Pickford, Edythe Chapman,
1915: [01.17] A Small Town Girl (Cast: Dick - the Hotel Clerk), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Pauline Bush, William Lloyd, Lon Chaney,
1914: [11.17] A peach at the beach (Cast: Billy the Dip - a Pickpocket (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Lloyd Hamilton, Bud Duncan, Lucille Kellar,
1914: [11.13] Ham, the Piano mover (Cast: Bert Chasem - a Flirt (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Lloyd Hamilton, Bud Duncan, Marshall Neilan,
1914: [09.28] The Patchwork Girl of Oz (Cast: Danx, a Noble Munchkin (AKA Dick Rosson) ), Directed by J. Farrell MacDonald, with Ben Deeley, Fred Woodward, ,
1914: [09.28] The Magic Cloak of Oz (Cast: Mary's Father (/xx/) ), Directed by J. Farrell MacDonald, with Mildred Harris, Violet MacMillan, Fred Woodward,
1914: [08.21] Sherlock Bonehead (Cast: Bert Smith - Secret Service Agent (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with John E. Brennan, Ruth Roland, Lloyd Hamilton,
1914: [07.22] By The Sun's Rays (Cast: The Bandit (AKA Dick Rosson) ), Directed by Tod Browning, Charles Giblyn, with Murdock MacQuarrie, Lon Chaney, Seymour Hastings,
1914: [06.27] The Old Cobbler (Cast: Richard Rosson ), Directed by Murdock MacQuarrie, with Murdock MacQuarrie, Agnes Vernon,
1914: [05.10] The Career of Waterloo Peterson (Cast), Directed by Phillips Smalley, Lois Weber, with Rupert Julian, Agnes Gordon, Ella Hall,
1914: [03.31] The Embezzler (Cast: The Penman), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Murdock MacQuarrie, Pauline Bush, William C. Dowlan,
1914: [01.06] The Lie (Cast: Fortunate Youth), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Murdock MacQuarrie, Pauline Bush, William Lloyd,
1913: [12.05] (Cast: The Orphan), Directed by Harry Solter, with Florence Lawrence, Earle Foxe,
1913: [01.31] How Fatty Made Good (Cast: Zeb), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Hughie Mack, Lucille Lee Stewart,
1912: [12.28] Sue Simpkins' Ambition (Cast: Office Boy), Directed by Ralph Ince, with Leah Baird, Kingsley Higgins, William V. Ranous,
1912: [11.01] Bettina's Substitute; or, There's No Fool Like an Old Fool (Cast: Bettina's Substitute), Directed by N. N., with Dorothy Kelly, George Ober,
1912: [05.24] Diamond Cut Diamond (Cast: (AKA Dick Rosson)), Directed by N. N., with John Bunny, Flora Finch, Mae Costello,
1911: [10.18] Selecting His Heiress (Cast: (AKA Dick Rosson) ), Directed by William Humphrey, with John Bunny, Flora Finch, Kate Price,

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