Irene Rich

Irene Rich




Cast (Feature Film)

Fort Apache (1948)
Mrs. O'Rourke
Joan of Arc (1948)
Catherine Le Royer, her friend
Calendar Girl (1947)
Lulu Varden
New Orleans (1947)
Mrs. Rutledge Smith
Angel and the Badman (1947)
Mrs. Worth
This Time for Keeps (1942)
Mrs. Bryant
Three Sons O'Guns (1941)
Margaret Patterson
The Mortal Storm (1940)
Mrs. [Emilia] Roth
Queen of the Yukon (1940)
Sadie Martin
The Lady in Question (1940)
Michele Morestan
Keeping Company (1940)
Mrs. [Susan] Thomas
Everybody's Hobby (1939)
Mrs. Leslie
That Certain Age (1938)
Mrs. Fullerton
Manhattan Tower (1932)
Ann Burns
Her Mad Night (1932)
Joan Manners
Down to Earth (1932)
Idy Peters
Beau Ideal (1931)
Lady Brandon
Strangers May Kiss (1931)
The Mad Parade (1931)
Mrs. [Betty] Schuyler
Father's Son (1931)
Ruth Emory
The Champ (1931)
Linda [Carleton]
Five and Ten (1931)
Jenny Rarick
Wicked (1931)
Mrs. Luther
So This Is London (1930)
Mrs. Hiram Draper
On Your Back (1930)
Check and Double Check (1930)
Mrs. Blair
They Had To See Paris (1929)
Mrs. Peters
Daughters of Desire (1929)
Shanghai Rose (1929)
Shanghai Rose
Ned McCobb's Daughter (1929)
The Exalted Flapper (1929)
Queen Charlotte of Capra
The Perfect Crime (1928)
Powder My Back (1928)
Fritzi Foy
Women They Talk About (1928)
Irene Mervin Hughes
Craig's Wife (1928)
Mrs. Craig
Beware of Married Men (1928)
Myra Martin
The Silver Slave (1927)
Bernice Randall
Dearie (1927)
Sylvia Darling
The Desired Woman (1927)
Diana Maxwell
Don't Tell the Wife (1927)
Mrs. Cartier
The Climbers (1927)
Duchess of Arrogan
The Honeymoon Express (1926)
Mary Lambert
My Official Wife (1926)
Hélène, Countess Orloff
Silken Shackles (1926)
Denise Lake
The Man Without a Conscience (1925)
Shirley Graves
Lady Windermere's Fan (1925)
Mrs. Erlynne
The Pleasure Buyers (1925)
Joan Wiswell
My Wife and I (1925)
Mrs. James Borden
The Wife Who Wasn't Wanted (1925)
Mrs. John Mannering
Compromise (1925)
Joan Trevore
Eve's Lover (1925)
Eve Burnside
A Woman Who Sinned (1924)
Mrs. Ransdell
Beau Brummel (1924)
Frederica Charlotte, Duchess of York
This Woman (1924)
Carol Drayton
Pal o' Mine (1924)
Julia Montfort
Cytherea (1924)
Fanny Randon
Behold This Woman (1924)
Louise Maurel
A Lost Lady (1924)
Marian Forrester
Captain January (1924)
Isabelle Morton
Being Respectable (1924)
Suzanne Schuyler
Snowdrift (1923)
Defying Destiny (1923)
Beth Alden
Yesterday's Wife (1923)
Megan Daye
Lucretia Lombard (1923)
Lucretia Lombard
Dangerous Trails (1923)
Grace Alderson
Michael O'Halloran (1923)
Nellie Minturn
Rosita (1923)
The Queen
Brass (1923)
Mrs. Grotenberg
Boy of Mine (1923)
Ruth Latimer
The Marriage Chance (1922)
Mary Douglas
The Trap (1922)
The teacher
The Call of Home (1922)
Alix Lansing
While Justice Waits (1922)
Nell Hunt
Strength of the Pines (1922)
The Yosemite Trail (1922)
Eve Marsham
Brawn of the North (1922)
Marion Wells
A Fool There Was (1922)
Mrs. Schuyler
One Clear Call (1922)
Maggie Thornton
The Poverty of Riches (1921)
Mrs. Holt
A Voice in the Dark (1921)
Blanche Walton [Warren?]
The Invisible Power (1921)
Laura Chadwick
Desperate Trails (1921)
Mrs. Walker
Boys Will Be Boys (1921)
One Man in a Million (1921)
Madame Maureveau
Sunset Jones (1921)
Marion Rand
A Tale of Two Worlds (1921)
Mrs. Carmichael
Godless Men (1920)
Just Out of College (1920)
Miss Jones
The Street Called Straight (1920)
Drusilla Fane
The Strange Boarder (1920)
Jane Ingraham
Jes' Call Me Jim (1920)
Miss Butterworth
Water, Water Everywhere (1920)
Hope Beecher
Stop Thief (1920)
Madge Carr
Diane of the Green Van (1919)
Todd of the Times (1919)
Janet Milton
Wolves of the Night (1919)
The Lone Star Ranger (1919)
Mrs. Laramie
The Sneak (1919)
Enid Granley
The Silver Girl (1919)
Julia Raymond
Her Purchase Price (1919)
A Man in the Open (1919)
Castles in the Air (1919)
Mrs. Owen Pauncefort
The Spite Bride (1919)
Eileen Moore
The Blue Bonnet (1919)
Martha Drake
A Law unto Herself (1918)
The Girl in His House (1918)
Betty Burlingham

Cast (Short)

Hollywood Handicap (1938)

Life Events

Photo Collections

That Certain Age - Publicity Stills
Here are a few photos taken to help publicize Universal Pictures' That Certain Age (1938), starring Deanna Durbin, Jackie Cooper, and Melvyn Douglas. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.
That Certain Age - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are a few photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of Universal Pictures' That Certain Age (1938), starring Deanna Durbin, Jackie Cooper, and Melvyn Douglas.


Movie Clip

Lady In Question, The (1940) -- (Movie Clip) I'm One Of The Family Acquitted murder suspect Natalie (Rita Hayworth) has belatedly accepted an offer of help from Parisian bike shop owner Morestan (Brian Aherne), who was on her jury, leading to her first day at work, where his wife (Irene Rich) and bedazzled son (Glenn Ford) don’t know the back-story, in The Lady In Question, 1940.
Lady In Question, The (1940) -- (Movie Clip) This Is An Unusual Case Bouncy opening from director Charles Vidor, in the Columbia remake of the French director Marc Allegret’s comedy Griboulle (1937), introducing Glenn Ford as handsome amateur Paris astronomer Pierre, Evelyn Keyes his sister, Irene Rich his mother, George Davis a customer and top-billed Brian Aherne his father, in The Lady In Question, 1940, also starring Rita Hayworth.
Five And Ten (1931) -- (Movie Clip) I've Gotta Do Some Gold Digging Nouveau riche from Kansas City and unwelcome in New York society, Jennifer (Marion Davies) with her brother Avery (Kent Douglas) schemes to get her dime-store tycoon father (Richard Bennett) to make a big donation and improve their standing, in Five And Ten, 1932.
Mortal Storm, The (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Within Man Himself Following the credits as if the metaphor were difficult, narration over weather and scenes introducing kindly German professor Roth (Frank Morgan), from Frank Borzage's The Mortal Storm, 1940.
Mortal Storm, The (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Master Of Europe! Swirling events as professor Roth (Frank Morgan) celebrates his birthday, Fritz (Robert Young) announces engagement to Freya (Margaret Sullavan), Hitler takes over and Martin (James Stewart) hesitates, in Frank Borzage's The Mortal Storm, 1940.
Champ, The (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Keep Your Chin Up Compressed melodrama, Wallace Beery (title character) and Jackie Cooper (his son "Dink") watch "Little Champ" run his first race, as Linda (Irene Rich), with husband Tony (Hale Hamilton) realizes she's just met the son she gave up, then a crash, King Vidor directing MGM's The Champ, 1931.
Champ, The (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Give The Kid A Chance At first amicable Tony (Carleton Young) and Linda (Irene Rich) see off her long-lost son Dink (Jackie Cooper) after a visit, his father (Wallace Beery, title character, with sidekick Roscoe Ates) paid for his trouble, then later in a Tijuana casino, pressed to compromise, in The Champ, 1931.
Fort Apache (1948) -- (Movie Clip) New Commanding Officer Thursday (Henry Fonda), with daughter Philadelphia (Shirley Temple) arrives unexpected, greeted by the Collingwoods (Anna Lee, George O'Brien) and York (John Wayne), as Michael (John Agar) joins his parents (Ward Bond, Irene Rich), big events in John Ford's Fort Apache, 1948.
Angel And The Badman (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Quaker Stuff Conscious for the first time, days after being rescued by prairie Quakers, gunman Quirt Evans (John Wayne, in the first film he produced) has opening conversations with Penny (Gail Russell) and her mom (Irene Rich), in Angel And The Badman, 1947.
Five And Ten (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Is That Dignified? On the train from Kansas to New York, dime store mogul Rarick (Richard Bennett) and the family (Wife Jenny, Irene Rich, daughter Jennifer, Marion Davies, son Avery, Kent Douglas) are introduced, opening Five And Ten, 1931, from a Fannie Hurst novel.
Down To Earth (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Business Reversals Oklahoma oil-man Pike (Will Rogers) and Idy (Irene Rich, who played Rogers' wife seven times) hosting a party, son Ross (Matty Kemp) and fiancee Julia (Dorothy Jordan) presenting a problem, in Down To Earth, 1932.
Down To Earth (1932) -- (Movie Clip) How Many Cars We Got? Nouveau-riche Oklahomans Ross (Matty Kemp) and Julia (Dorothy Jordan) drive up before his father Pike Peters (Will Rogers), the opening scene from the riches-to-rags comedy Down To Earth, 1932.