Jessie Ralph

Jessie Ralph




Cast (Feature Film)

The Lady from Cheyenne (1941)
Mrs. McGuinness
They Met in Bombay (1941)
Duchess of Beltravers
Star Dust (1940)
Miss Parker
The Blue Bird (1940)
Fairy Berylume
The Girl from Avenue A (1940)
Mrs. Van Dyne
I Want a Divorce (1940)
Grandma Brokaw
The Bank Dick (1940)
Mrs. Hermisillo Brunch
I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Baby (1940)
Mama McGann
Four Girls in White (1939)
Miss Tobias
Drums Along the Mohawk (1939)
Mrs. Weaver
Saint Louis Blues (1939)
Aunt Tibbie
Mickey, the Kid (1939)
Veronica M. Hudson
Cafe Society (1939)
Mrs. DeWitt
The Kid from Texas (1939)
Aunt Minetta Thomas
Love Is a Headache (1938)
Sheriff [Janet Winfield]
Port of Seven Seas (1938)
Hold That Kiss (1938)
Aunt Lucy [McCaffey]
The Good Earth (1937)
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937)
[The] Duchess [of Ebley]
Double Wedding (1937)
Mrs. Kensington-Bly
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936)
The applewoman
The Garden Murder Case (1936)
Mrs. Hammle
After the Thin Man (1936)
Aunt Katherine [Forrest]
San Francisco (1936)
Mrs. [Maisie] Burley
Camille (1936)
The Unguarded Hour (1936)
Lady Hathaway
Walking on Air (1936)
Evelyn Bennett
Bunker Bean (1936)
Yellow Dust (1936)
Mrs. Brian
Captain Blood (1935)
Mrs. Barlow
Vanessa: Her Love Story (1935)
Lady Mullion
Metropolitan (1935)
Les Misérables (1935)
Mme. Magloire
Mark of the Vampire (1935)
Enchanted April (1935)
Mrs. Phoebe Brockwell Templeton Fisher
I Live My Life (1935)
Mrs. Gage
Jalna (1935)
Gran [Whiteoaks]
Paris in Spring (1935)
Countess de Charelle
I Found Stella Parish (1935)
David Copperfield (1935)
Nurse Peggotty
Nana (1934)
Evelyn Prentice (1934)
Mrs. Blake
Coming Out Party (1934)
We Live Again (1934)
Matrona Pavlovna
Murder at the Vanities (1934)
Mrs. Helene Smith, [also known as Elsie Singer]
The Affairs of Cellini (1934)
One Night of Love (1934)
Cocktail Hour (1933)
Princess [de Longville]
Child of Manhattan (1933)
Aunt Minnie
Ann Carver's Profession (1933)
Elmer the Great (1933)
Sarah Crosby
Such a Little Queen (1921)
New York (1916)
Mrs. Macey
Mary's Lamb (1915)
Mary Lamb
The Galloper (1915)

Life Events


Movie Clip

I Found Stella Parish (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Norman Theater Opening credits and some framing by theater fans awaiting the star, from Warner Bros. I Found Stella Parish, 1935, starring Kay Francis, Ian Hunter and Paul Lukas, directed by Mervyn LeRoy.
I Found Stella Parish (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Am I A Wonderful Actress? Title character (Kay Francis) with daughter Gloria (Sybil Jason) and confidante-servant Nana (Jessie Ralph) in domestic bliss and hiding the truth from the child, in an early scene from I Found Stella Parish, 1935.
David Copperfield (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Brave Little Fellow Scenes introducing young David (Freddie Bartholomew), Peggotty (Jessie Ralph) and Murdstone (Basil Rathbone), all revolving around mother Clara (Elizabeth Allen) in MGM's David Copperfield, 1935, directed by George Cukor.
Vanessa, Her Love Story (1935) -- (Movie Clip) I Thought There'd Been An Accident Helen Hayes (title character) from the north country arriving London for her society debut, Lewis Stone her father, Otto Kruger her stuffy suitor and cousin Ellis, and at the event, his proposal, when her dashing and preferred other cousin Benji (Robert Montgomery) arrives, in Vanessa, Her Love Story, 1935.
Captain Blood (1935) -- (Movie Clip) You Would Think Of Geraniums Opening scene, Pitt (Ross Alexander) hurtles through 17th century rear-screen projected England to summon Errol Flynn (title character, though he's now a physician, not yet a seaman), doing some wry exposition with servant Mrs. Barlow (Jessie Ralph), in Warner Bros.' Captain Blood, 1935.
Last Of Mrs. Cheyney, The (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Charming And Popular Joan Crawford (title character), runs an English charity auction, Lords Kelton (Frank Morgan) and Dilling (Robert Montgomery) competing, butler Charles (William Powell, his first appearance) assisting, the Duchess (Jessie Ralph) impressed, in The Last Of Mrs. Cheyney, 1937.
One Night Of Love (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Miss Moore As Mary Singing from La Traviata, the opening of the Columbia picture which, after a rough start, finally made opera singer Grace Moore a movie star, and won her an Academy Award nomination, One Night Of Love, 1934, co-starring Lyle Talbot and Tulio Carminati.
Jalna (1935) -- (Movie Clip) He's Married Her The Canadian Whiteoaks clan, (C. Aubrey Smith, Jessie Ralph, Halliwell Hobbes, David Manners, Peggy Wood) greeting the expected bride (Kay Johnson) when Piers (Theodore Newton) arrives with the unexpected (Molly Lamont), brother Renny (Ian Hunter) cracking down, in Jalna, 1935.
Jalna (1935) -- (Movie Clip) A Bride At Jalna Smooth technique from director John Cromwell, surveying characters on an upcoming wedding, first Kay Johnson with Ian Hunter, Jessie Ralph, C. Aubrey Smith and Halliwell Hobbes, then Nigel Bruce, with Molly Lamont and Theodore Newton then young George Offerman Jr., in Jalna, 1935.
Jalna (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Never Missed A Meal Unusual and graceful opening sequence, with credits, from director John Cromwell, introducing mostly the supporting cast, Jessie Ralph as "Gran" stealing, from the Canada-based family drama Jalna, 1935.
After The Thin Man -- (Movie Clip) Walk This Way Annoyed but philosophical Nick (William Powell) with Nora (Myrna Loy), arriving at the San Francisco home of her snooty aunt Katherine (Jessie Ralph), comedy with various relatives and sister Selma (Elissa Landi) with a problem, early in After The Thin Man, 1936.
We Live Again -- (Movie Clip) Opening, "The Prince!" The idyllic Russian opening of We Live Again, 1934, is, as it appears, pure Tolstoy, as Katusha (Anna Sten) is summoned from the fields by her Matrona Pavlovna (Jessie Ralph).