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Ralph Bunker (1888–1966)

Ralph Bunker was born on July 16, 1888 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor, known for The Ghost Goes West (1935), Scrambled Wives (1921) and The Hucksters (1947). He died on April 28, 1966 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Ghost Goes West
The Ghost Goes West Ed L. Bigelow
(1935)
Scrambled Wives
Scrambled Wives John Chiverick
(1921)
The Hucksters
The Hucksters Allison
(1947)
Another Scandal
(1924)

Filmography

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 1953-1957 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
Mr. Wickfield / Agramonte
- Reclining Figure (1957) ... Agramonte
- Day of Grace (1956)
- Coming of Age (1955)
 1955 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
Mahoney
- Shoot It Again (1955) ... Mahoney
 1955 The Elgin Hour (TV Series)
Mr. Widewillow
- San Francisco Fracas (1955) ... Mr. Widewillow
 1954 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Judge
- Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1954) ... Judge
 1950 Believe It or Not (TV Series)
 1948 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
Fred Minick
- Mr. Minick (1948) ... Fred Minick
 1948 The Naked City
Medical Examiner Hoffman (uncredited)
 1947 The Hucksters
Allison
 1924 Another Scandal
Mally
 1922 That Woman
 1921 Scrambled Wives
John Chiverick
 1920 In Search of a Sinner
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Reclining Figure. Comedy. Written by Harry Kurnitz. Directed by Abe Burrows. Lyceum Theatre (moved to The Holiday Theatre from 25 Dec 1954- close): 7 Oct 1954- 15 Jan 1955 (116 performances). Produced by Henry M. Margolis and Martin Gabel. Produced in association with Peter Cusick. See more »

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