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Ruggles of Red Gap (1918)

Harry Leon Wilson has written nothing more diverting than this story of the irreproachable English valet who is lost in a poker game to a rough-and-ready westerner and taken to Red Gap ... See full summary »

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Frederick Burton ...
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Hon. George Vane-Basingwell
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Widow Judson
Edna Phillips ...
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Charles Lane ...
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Harry Leon Wilson has written nothing more diverting than this story of the irreproachable English valet who is lost in a poker game to a rough-and-ready westerner and taken to Red Gap ultimately to become its social mentor and chief caterer, and there is sheer delight in the story of how the Earl, brought over to save his younger brother from the vampirish clutches of Klondike Kate, makes the lady his Countess and once more stands Red Gap upon its somewhat dizzy head. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Western | Comedy

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25 February 1918 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The original Broadway production of "Ruggles of Red Gap" by Harrison Rhodes opened at the Fulton Theater on Decemebr 25, 1915 and ran for 33 performances. See more »

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