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Raymond Hitchcock (I) (1865–1929)

Raymond Hitchcock was born on October 22, 1865 in Auburn, New York, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for The Tired Business Man (1927), Stolen Magic (1915) and My Valet (1915). He was married to Flora Zabelle and Freda Bowen. He died on November 24, 1929 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1929 Sardines à la Carte (Short)
The Waiter
 1929 Pusher-in-the-Face (Short)
 1927 The Tired Business Man
Alderman McGinnis
 1927 The Monkey Talks
 1926 Redheads Preferred
Henry Carter
 1926 Everybody's Acting
Ernest Rice
 1922 The Beauty Shop
Dr. Arbutus Budd
 1916 The Wonderful Wager (Short)
Evermore Betts
 1915 A Village Scandal (Short)
The Magician
 1915 Stolen Magic (Short)
The Wealthy Traveler
 1915 My Valet (Short)
John Jones of Sayville, USA
 1915 The Ringtailed Rhinoceros
John Carter-Carter
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 1924 Raymond Hitchcock Sketch (Short)
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 1929 Raymond Hitchcock (Short)
 1924 Broadway After Dark
Himself, Cameo Appearance
 1924 Raymond Hitchcock Sketch (Short)
 1921 Screen Snapshots, Series 2, No. 9-F (Documentary short)
 1913 Popular Players Off the Stage (Documentary short)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Dorothy. Musical comedy (revival). Libretto by B.C. Stephenson. American Theatre: 19 Sep 1898- 24 Sep 1898 (8 performances). Cast: Algernon Aspland (as "Tom Grass"), Harry L. Chase (as "Squire Bantam"), Attalie Claire (as "Dorothy Bantam"), Raymond Hitchcock (as "Lurcher"), Rose Leighton (as "Mrs. Privett"), Lizzie Macnichol (... See more »


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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Probably best remembered as the producer of the musical comedy "Hitchy Koo". See more »



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