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Ralph Ince (1887–1937)

The youngest of three filmmaking brothers (the others were John Ince and Thomas H. Ince), Ralph Ince's career mirrored that of his brother John: he went from acting in silents to directing, and with the advent of sound he turned character actor. Unlike John, however, he would eventually resume directing and was successful in UK productions from ... See full bio »


(age 50) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Sea Wolf Director
The Highest Law Director


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 1937 The Vulture
 1936 Fair Exchange
 1936 Gaol Break
 1935 Blue Smoke
 1935 Rolling Home
 1934 No Escape
 1933 Lucky Devils
 1932 Flaming Gold
 1929 Hurricane
 1929 Hardboiled
 1928 Danger Street
 1928 Coney Island
 1927 Shanghaied
 1927 Home Struck
 1926 The Sea Wolf
 1925 Dumb and Daffy (Short)
 1924 His Bitter Half (Short)
 1923 Success
 1922 The Referee
 1921 A Man's Home
 1921 Tropical Love
 1921 Wet Gold
 1920 Red Foam
 1920 The Land of Opportunity (Short)
 1919 Out Yonder
 1919 Sealed Hearts
 1919 Two Women
 1919 Virtuous Men
 1918 Five Thousand an Hour (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1918 Her Man (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1918 The Eleventh Commandment (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1918 Fields of Honor (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1917 To-Day (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1917 The Argyle Case (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1916 The Ninety and Nine (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1916 The Combat
 1916/I The Conflict (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1916 The Destroyers (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1915 Count 'Em (Short)
 1915 The Awakening (Short)
 1915 The Goddess
 1915 His Phantom Sweetheart (Short)
 1915 The Juggernaut (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1915 Some White Hope? (Short)
 1915 From Headquarters (Short)
 1915 The Right Girl? (Short)
 1914 413 (Short)
 1914 Two Women (Short)
 1914 Fatty's Sweetheart (Short)
 1914 'Midst Woodland Shadows (Short)
 1914 Four Thirteen (Short)
 1914 Uncle Bill (Short)
 1914 Shadows of the Past (Short)
 1914 Too Many Uncles (Short)
 1914 He Never Knew (Short)
 1914 The Girl from Prosperity (Short)
 1914 Fatty on the Job (Short)
 1914 Back to Broadway (Short)
 1914 A Million Bid (as Ralph W. Ince)
 1914 Lincoln, the Lover (Short)
 1914 The Lucky Elopement (Short)
 1914 Diana's Dress Reform (Short)
 1913 His Second Wife (Short)
 1913 The Swan Girl (Short)
 1913 The Wreck (Short)
 1913 Why I Am Here (Short)
 1913 His Last Fight (Short)
 1913 Fatty's Affair of Honor (Short)
 1913 Peggy's Burglar (Short)
 1913 Master Fixit (Short)
 1913 The Lost Millionaire (Short)
 1913/I The Call (Short)
 1913 The Prince of Evil (Short)
 1913 The Moulding (Short)
 1913 A Sweet Deception (Short)
 1913 Song Bird of the North (Short)
 1913 The Forgotten Latchkey (Short)
 1913 A Fighting Chance (Short)
 1913 The Web (Short)
 1913 Brother Bill (Short)
 1913 The Strength of Men (Short)
 1913 Red and White Roses (unconfirmed)
 1913 A Heart of the Forest (Short)
 1913 Papa Puts One Over (Short)
 1913 The Classmate's Frolic (Short)
 1913 How Fatty Made Good (Short)
 1913 His Wife's Relatives (Short)
 1913 The Bringing Out of Papa (Short)
 1913 Off the Road (Short)
 1913 The Delayed Letter (Short)
 1912 Sue Simpkins' Ambition (Short)
 1912 Song of the Shell (Short)
 1912 The Curio Hunters (Short)
 1912 The Wood Violet (Short)
 1912 Una of the Sierras (Short)
 1912/I The Mills of the Gods (Short)
 1912 The Godmother (Short)
 1912 Her Choice (Short)
 1912 The Counts (Short)
 1912 A Double Danger (Short)
 1912 The Serpents (Short)
 1912 The Cave Man (Short)
 1911 The Ninety and Nine (Short)
 1911 Troublesome Secretaries (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in "Ben Hur" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Dramatized by William Young. Based on the novel by Gen. Lew Wallace. Directed by Joseph Brooks. Academy of Music: 25 Feb 1907-Apr 1907 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Mabel Brownell, Charles Canfield, Dwight Dana, Margaret Dills, Daniel E. Hanlon, John E. Ince Jr... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Ralph W. Ince


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Brother of John Ince, Thomas H. Ince, uncle of Thomas H. Ince Jr. See more »

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