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Ralph Story (I) (1920–2006)

Ralph Story was born on August 19, 1920 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA as Ralph Bernard Snyder. He was an actor, known for Understanding Alcohol Use and Abuse (1979), More Things That Aren't Here Anymore (1998) and Things That Aren't Here Anymore (1995). He was married to Diana Story. He died on September 26, 2006 in Santa Ynez, California, USA. See full bio »
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 1971-1973 Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series)
Narrator
- Only Three to a Bed (1973) ... Narrator (uncredited)
- Witness to a Lynching (1972) ... Narrator (uncredited)
- McGuffin (1972) ... Narrator (uncredited)
- The Strange Fate of Conrad Meyer Zulick (1972) ... Narrator (uncredited)
- The Day the Amnesty Came Through (1972) ... Narrator (uncredited)
 1972 The Doris Day Show (TV Series)
John Scott
- The Great Talent Raid (1972) ... John Scott
 1970 The Name of the Game (TV Series)
Newscaster
- Aquarius Descending (1970) ... Newscaster
 1970 McCloud (TV Series)
Newscaster
 1968 Bewitched (TV Series)
Bud Le Beau
- Hippie, Hippie, Hooray (1968) ... Bud Le Beau
 1961 My Three Sons (TV Series)
Paul Rankin
- Soap Box Derby (1961) ... Paul Rankin
 1958 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Quiz Show Emcee
- Bolivar - the Quiz Champ (1958) ... Quiz Show Emcee
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Other Works:

Ralp Story's L.A. (1960s Southern California historical travelogue, Sunday evening on KNXT (Now KCBS), Channel 2). See more »
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Trivia:

The Father of Bradley Snyder See more »

Star Sign:

Leo

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