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Rita Grapel (1883–1965)

Rita Grapel was born on November 23, 1883. She was an actress, known for The Thief (1952), Dow Hour of Great Mysteries (1960) and Goodyear Playhouse (1951). She died in February 1965 in Massachusetts, USA. See full bio »



(age 81) in Massachusetts, USA

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Known For

The Thief
The Thief Miss Philips
Dow Hour of Great Mysteries
Goodyear Playhouse
Studio One in Hollywood
Studio One in Hollywood English Actress / Mrs. Huntley / Ruth Otis


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 1960 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
Mrs. Mullally
- The Case of the Missing Wife (1960) ... Mrs. Mullally (as Rita Vale)
 1960 Dow Hour of Great Mysteries (TV Series)
Countess Fosco
- The Woman in White (1960) ... Countess Fosco (as Rita Vale)
 1957 Decoy (TV Series)
Frances Babson
- Necklace of Glass (1957) ... Frances Babson
 1952-1954 The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (TV Series)
- Adapt or Die (1954) ... K.D.
- Dusty Portrait (1952)
 1953-1954 Goodyear Playhouse (TV Series)
- The Huntress (1954)
- Wish on the Moon (1953)
 1951-1953 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
English Actress / Mrs. Huntley / Ruth Otis
- Confessions of a Nervous Man (1953) ... English Actress
- Miss Hargreaves (1952) ... Mrs. Huntley (as Rita Vale)
- A Bolt of Lightning (1951) ... Ruth Otis
 1952 The Thief
Miss Philips

Personal Details

Other Works:

Going Gay (1933). Comedy. Written by William Miles. Directed by Donald Blackwell. Morosco Theatre: 3 Aug 1933- Aug 1933 (closing date unknown/25 performances). Cast: Chase Adams (as "Footman"), Homer Barton (as "Ridges"), Diane Borget [credited as Diane Bourget] (as "Ann Appleton"), Richard Gregg [credited as Richard N. Gregg] ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Rita Vale

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