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Vingie E. Roe (1879–1958)

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Roe's home for many years was the Lost Valley Ranch, located some nine miles northeast of the town of Napa, California in an area called Wooden Valley.

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Known For

A Perilous Journey
(1953)
The Splendid Road
(1925)
Her Idol
Her Idol Writer
(1915)

Filmography

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 1953 A Perilous Journey (novel "The Golden Tide" - as Vingie Roe)
 1925 The Splendid Road (novel)
 1922 North of the Rio Grande (story "Vale of Paradise")
 1922 The Crimson Challenge (novel "Tharon of Lost Valley")
 1919 Twilight (story "The Alchemy of Love")
 1918 Wild Honey (story)
 1916 The Primal Lure (story)
 1915 Her Idol (Short) (story)
 1914 The Heart of the Night Wind (Short) (scenario)
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Other Works:

Novel: "Tharon of Lost Valley" (filmed as The Crimson Challenge (1922)). See more »

Alternate Names:

Vingie Roe
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Trivia:

Roe's home for many years was the Lost Valley Ranch, located some nine miles northeast of the town of Napa, California in an area called Wooden Valley.

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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