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Rufus King (1893–1966)

Rufus King was born on January 3, 1893 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a writer and actor, known for Secret Beyond the Door... (1947), Murder at the Vanities (1934) and The Hidden Hand (1942). He died in February 1966 in Hollywood, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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The Hidden Hand
Murder by the Clock


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 1947 Secret Beyond the Door... (story)
 1946 White Tie and Tails (novel "The Victoria Docks at Eight")
 1942 The Hidden Hand (play "Invitation to a Murder")
 1936 Love Letters of a Star (story)
 1935 A Notorious Gentleman (adaptation - uncredited)
 1934 Murder at the Vanities (based upon the play by)
 1931 Murder by the Clock (story)
 1925 North Star (novel)
 1923 The Silent Command (story)
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 1914/II The Bond of Love (Short)
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