Raymond Griffith

Raymond Griffith

Portrait Raymond Griffith, Archiv KinoTVActor, Producer, Author, Director - USA
Born January 23, 1890 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Died November 25, 1957 in Masquers Club, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Raymond Griffith was born on January 23, 1890 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was an American Actor, Producer, Author, Director, known for All quiet on the western front (1930), Drums along the Mohawk (1939), The mark of Zorro (1940), Raymond Griffith's first movie on record is from 1915. Raymond Griffith died on November 25, 1957 in Masquers Club, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1940.

FilmographyFilmography [Auszug]
1940: The mark of Zorro (The Californian) (Associate Producer), Directed by Rouben Mamoulian, with Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, Garrett Fort,
1940: The Great Profile (Associate Producer), Directed by Walter Lang, with John Barrymore, Mary Beth Hughes, Gregory Ratoff,
1939: Drums along the Mohawk (Associate Producer), Directed by John Ford, with Henry Fonda, Claudette Colbert, John Carradine,
1937: Heidi (Producer), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Helen Westley, Sidney Blackmer, Egon Brecher,
1933: Hard to Handle (Producer), Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with James Cagney, Mary Brian, Sterling Holloway,
1931: Expensive Women (Scenario), Directed by Hobart Henley, with Dolores Costello, H.B. Warner, ,
1931: God's Gift to Women (Scenario), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Frank Fay, Laura La Plante, Joan Blondell,
1930: All quiet on the western front (Cast: Duval), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with Fred Zinnemann, Richard Alexander, Poupée Andriot,
1929: Trent's last case (Cast: Philip Trent), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Donald Crisp, Marceline Day,
1927: Wedding Bills (Cast), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with , Vivien Oakland, Ann Sheridan,
1927: Time to Love (Cast), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Alfred Sabato, William Powell, ,
1926: You'd be surprised (Cast), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Earle Williams,
1926: Wet Paint (Cast: He), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Bryant Washburn, Natalie Kingston,
1926: Hands up! (Cast: Jack), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Mack Swain, Virginia Lee Corbin, Charles K. French,
1925: Fine Clothes (Fashions for Men (Working title)) (Cast: Oscar), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Lewis Stone, Percy Marmont, Alma Rubens,
1925: Paths to Paradise (Cast), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Betty Compson, Tom Santschi,
1925: Forty Winks (Lord Chumley (Working title)) (Cast: Lord Chumley), Directed by Paul Iribe, Frank Urson, with Theodore Roberts, Viola Dana,
1924: Open All Night (One Parisian Night) (Cast: Igor), Directed by Paul Bern, with Viola Dana, Jetta Goudal, Adolphe Menjou,
1923: The Day of Faith (Cast: Tom Barnett), Directed by Tod Browning, with Eleanor Boardman, Tyrone Power,
1919: The Follies Girl (A Siren in the House (Working title)) (Cast: Fredric), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Olive Thomas, Wallace MacDonald, William V. Mong,
1918: Their Neighbor's Baby (Cast), Directed by Harry Edwards, with , Ray Godfrey,
1917: His Busy Day (Cast: (AKA Ray Griffith)), Directed by N. N., with Juanita Hansen, Nick Cogley,
1917: A Royal Rogue (The Bogus Count (Working title), The Mystery Man (Working title)) (Story), Directed by Ferris Hartman, Robert P. Kerr, with Billy Armstrong, Juanita Hansen,
1917: Aerial Joy Ride (Cast: Foolish Crook (AKA Ray Griffith) ), Directed by Walter C. Reed, with Josef Swickard, Annette DeFoe, George Utell,
1916: The Surf Girl (Cast: His Assistant), Directed by Harry Edwards, with Fritz Schade, Glen Cavender,
1916: How Stars Are Made (Cast: The Janitor), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Alice Howell, Richard Smith,
1916: A Busted Honeymoon (Cast: The Groom (as Ray Griffith)), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Alice Howell, Fatty Voss,
1916: A Dash of Courage (Parrott's Troubles (Working title)) (Cast: Policeman (AKA Ray Griffith)), Directed by Charley Chase, with Harry Gribbon, Guy Woodward, Gloria Swanson,
1916: A Bath House Blunder (A Seaside Romance (Working title)) (Cast: Man at Plunge), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Mae Busch, Joseph Belmont, Frank Hayes,
1915: Ready for Reno (Cast: Husband Number 1 (as Ray Griffith)), Directed by N. N., with Peggy Pearce, Dan Russell,
1915: Under New Management (Cast: Ray - the 1st Clerk (AKA Ray Griffith)), Directed by Henry Lehrman, with Gertrude Selby, Gene Rogers, Alice Howell,

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