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Also Known As: Ralph W. Ince Died: April 11, 1937
Born: January 16, 1887 Cause of Death: traffic accident
Birth Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA Profession: actor, director, commercial artist, cartoonist

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Prolific actor and director of the silent era whose reputation was nevertheless dwarfed by the achievements of his brother Thomas. After the advent of sound Ince made a living as a character actor, notably in "Little Caesar" (1930), before resuming his directing career in England in the early 1930s. Ince's brother John (1879-1947) was also an actor and director.

Prolific actor and director of the silent era whose reputation was nevertheless dwarfed by the achievements of his brother Thomas. After the advent of sound Ince made a living as a character actor, notably in "Little Caesar" (1930), before resuming his directing career in England in the early 1930s. Ince's brother John (1879-1947) was also an actor and director.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Vulture, The (1937) Director
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  Side Street Angel (1937) Director
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  Perfect Crime, The (1937) Director
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  It's Not Cricket (1937) Director
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  Twelve Good Men (1936) Director
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  Fair Exchange (1936) Director
8.
  Hail and Farewell (1936) Director
9.
  It's You I Want (1936) Director
10.
  Jury's Evidence (1936) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Blue Smoke (1935)
3.
 Rolling Home (1935)
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 No Escape (1934) Lucky
5.
 Malay Nights (1933) Jack Sheldon
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 Havana Widows (1933) Butch O'Neill
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 The Hatchet Man (1932) "Big Jim" Malone
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 Gorilla Ship (1932) Captain [Gorilla] Larson
9.
 Guilty As Hell (1932) Jack Reed
10.
 The County Fair (1932) "Diamond" Barnett
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1934:
Moved to England to direct for Warner Bros.
1937:
Died when his wife, driving their car, hit an iron standard in Kensington Gardens; Ince struck his head on the dashboard

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brother:
John Ince. Actor, director.
brother:
Thomas H Ince. Director, producer, screenwriter, actor.

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