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C.W. Ritchie (–1931)

C.W. Ritchie was an actor, known for They Looked Alike (1915), The Honor of the Force (1914) and Gus and the Anarchists (1915). He was married to Mabel Paige. He died on May 25, 1931 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. See full bio »

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 1916 It Happened in Pikesville (Short)
Spent Spencer (as Charles W. Ritchie)
 1916 Leave It to Cissy (Short)
Professor Ivory (as Charles Ritchie)
 1915 The Crazy Clock Maker (Short) (as Charlie Ritchie)
 1915 That Brute (Short)
James - the Husband
 1915 The Careless Anarchist (Short)
Peter Vasillovitch - Anita's Father
 1915 The Dead Letter (Short)
Emelio (as Charles Ritchie)
 1915 Susie's Suitors (Short)
Susie's Uncle - the Prison Warden
 1915 With the Help of the Ladies (Short)
Police Lt. Green
 1915 The Fresh Agent (Short)
Mazie's Father
 1915 An Expensive Visit (Short)
Bill (as Charles W. Ritchie)
 1915 Cupid's Target (Short)
 1915 Gus and the Anarchists (Short)
Gus Goober (as Charles W. Ritchie)
 1915 They Looked Alike (Short)
 1915 He Gave Him a Million (Short)
Benjamin Batty
 1914 It Cured Hubby (Short)
 1914 The Honor of the Force (Short)
Officer Bradley
 1914 A Boomerang Swindle (Short)
Farmer Johann Splivens
 1914 When the Ham Turned (Short)
Police Chief
 1914 They Bought a Boat (Short)
Captain Billy Hale

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Other Works:

No More Women (1926). Comedy. Written by Samuel Shipman and Neil Twomey. Directed by Edgar J. MacGregor. Ambassador Theatre: 3 Aug 1926- Aug 1926 (closing date unknown/6 performances). As "Dick Rogers." Cast: Charles Bickford, Mildred Brown, Nana Bryant, James La Curto, John Marston, Mildred McLeod, O.J. Vanasse. Produced by ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Charles W. Ritchie | Charles Ritchie | Charlie Ritchie

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Performed on Broadway from 1926-1930.

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