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Dick Grace (I) (1898–1965)

Dick Grace was born on January 10, 1898 in Morris, Minnesota, USA as Richard Virgil Grace. He is known for his work on Wide Open (1927), The Lost Squadron (1932) and The Flying Fool (1926). He died on June 25, 1965 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For


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 1932 The Lost Squadron
Flier (uncredited)
 1928 Lilac Time
 1927 Wings
Aviator (uncredited)
 1927 Wide Open
 1926 The Flying Fool
Donald Daring
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 1932 Sky Bride (stunt flier - uncredited)
 1932 The Lost Squadron (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1927 Wings (aerial stunts - uncredited)
 1923 Eyes of the Forest (stunt pilot)
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 1936 Devil's Squadron (story - as Richard V. Grace)
 1932 The Lost Squadron (from the story by)
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 1928 Lilac Time (technical flight commander)
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 1980 Hollywood (TV Mini-Series documentary)

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Richard V. Grace

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While performing a stunt crash for Wings (1927), his airplane partially overturned. Grace was thrown against the fuselage and broke his neck. He returned to the film company after six weeks hospitalization. See more »

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