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Ruth Renick (1893–1984)

Ruth Renick was born on September 23, 1893 in Colorado City, Texas, USA as Ruth Griffin. She was an actress, known for The Mollycoddle (1920), The Fire Bride (1922) and Ask Dad (1929). She died on May 7, 1984 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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The Mollycoddle
The Mollycoddle Virginia Hale
The Fire Bride
The Fire Bride Lois Markham
Ask Dad
Ask Dad Miss Grace Wilson, his secretary
The Men of Zanzibar
The Men of Zanzibar Polly Adair


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 1938 Change of Heart
Woman in Cafe (uncredited)
 1936 Fury
Mrs. Sally Humphries (uncredited)
 1934 Evelyn Prentice
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1932 Rasputin and the Empress (uncredited)
 1932 45 Calibre Echo
Jack's Sister
 1931 West of Broadway
Barbara Main
 1931 Possessed
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
 1931 Trouble from Abroad (Short)
Mrs. Sterling
 1929 Ask Dad (Short)
Miss Grace Wilson, his secretary
 1926 Dog Scents (Short)
May Gordon
 1924 Conductor 1492
Edna Brown
 1923 Long Live the King
Princess Hedwig
 1922 Rags to Riches
Mary Warde - an orphan
 1922 Roughshod
Josephine Hamiltoon
 1922 The Men of Zanzibar
Polly Adair
 1922 The Fire Bride
Lois Markham
 1921 Bar Nothing
Bess Lynne
 1921 The Golden Snare
 1921 The Witching Hour
Viola Campbell
 1921 What's a Wife Worth?
Rose Kendall
 1921 The Jucklins
Millie Lundsford
 1920 She Couldn't Help It
Nellie Ramsey
 1920 The Parish Priest
Helen Durkin
 1920 The Mollycoddle
Virginia Hale
 1920 The White Dove
Constance Lanyon
 1919 Victory
Orchestra Member speaking to Alma (uncredited)
 1919 Hawthorne of the U.S.A.
Kate Ballard

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