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Russell G. Medcraft (1897–1962)

Russell G. Medcraft was born on January 30, 1897 in Alameda, California, USA as Russell Graham Medcraft. He was a writer and actor, known for Angel (1937), Let's Face It (1943) and The Cradle Snatchers (1927). He died on September 28, 1962 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Angel Writer
Let's Face It
Let's Face It Writer
The Cradle Snatchers
The Camels Are Coming


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 1943 Let's Face It (play "Cradle Snatchers")
 1937 Angel (adaptation: English play - as Russell Medcraft)
 1936 Skylarks
 1936 It's in the Bag (story)
 1935 So You Won't Talk (screenplay and dialogue)
 1934 The Camels Are Coming (story)
 1929 Why Leave Home? (play "Cradle Snatchers")
 1927 The Cradle Snatchers (play)
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 1925 Wild, Wild Susan
Eustace Waterbury

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Stage: Appeared (as "James") in "Sonny" (production changed name to "Sonny Boy" a few days into the run), produced on Broadway. Directed by / book / lyrics written by George V. Hobart. Music by Raymond Hubbell. Musical Director: Mario Agnolucci. Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Cort Theatre: 16 ... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Russell Graham Medcraft | Russell Medcraft

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American actor and playwright.

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