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Richard Barthelmess Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

RICHARD BARTHELMESS
Born: May 9, 1895 in New York City, New York
Died: August 17, 1963 in Southampton, New York
Biography | show moreshow less
Richard Barthelmess (1895-1963) was cast by D. W. Griffith opposite Lillian Gish in Broken Blossoms (1919) and Way Down East (1920). He was nominated for the first Academy Award for Best Actor for 1927-1928 for his performances in two films, The Noose and The Patent Leather Kid. He quit films to join the U.S. Naval Reserve in 1942, the year his last film, The Mayor of 44th St. was released, and never returned to Hollywood, living off his investments instead.   
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1983-Arena (Other), 1963-Hollywood-Without-Make-Up (Other), 1921-Screen-Snapshots,-Series-2,-No.-9-F (in person), 1962-The-Great-Chase (Other), 1942-The-Spoilers (Performer), 1931-The-Last-Flight (Performer), 1929-Drag (Performer), 1926-The-White-Black-Sheep (Performer), 1926-The-Amateur-Gentleman (Performer), 1926-Ranson's-Folly (Performer), 1923-Fury (Performer), 1921-Tol'able-David (Performer), 1921-Experience (Performer), 1919-Three-Men-and-a-Girl (Performer), 1919-Boots (Performer), 1918-The-Hope-Chest (Performer), 1918-Hit-the-Trail-Holliday (Performer), 1917-The-Seven-Swans (Performer), 1917-The-Moral-Code (Performer), 1916-War-Brides (Performer), 1941-Meet-the-Stars-#5:-Hollywood-Meets-the-Navy (in person), 1935-Starlit-Days-at-the-Lido (in person), 1927-The-d_rop-Kick (Performer), 1926-Screen-Snapshots,-Series-6,-No.-14 (in person), 1998-Star-Power:-The-Creation-of-United-Artists (Other), 1961-The-Legend-of-Rudolph-Valentino (Other), 1920-Screen-Snapshots,-Series-1,-No.-13 (in person), 1940-The-Man-Who-Talked-Too-Much (Performer), 1935-Four-Hours-to-Kill! (Performer), 1934-A-Modern-Hero (Performer), 1933-Heroes-for-Sale (Performer), 1933-Central-Airport (Performer), 1932-Alias-the-Doctor (Performer), 1931-The-Finger-Points (Performer), 1930-The-Dawn-Patrol (Performer), 1929-Young-Nowheres (Performer), 1928-Out-of-the-Ruins (Performer), 1928-The-Little-Shepherd-of-Kingdom-Come (Performer), 1927-The-Patent-Leather-Kid (Performer), 1926-Just-Suppose (Performer), 1925-New-Toys (Performer), 1922-The-Seventh-Day (Performer), 1920-Way-Down-East (Performer), 1920-The-Idol-Dancer (Performer), 1919-Scarlet-Days (Performer), 1917-For-Valour (Performer), 1917-Nearly-Married (Performer), 1917-Bab's-Burglar (Performer), 1917-Camille (Performer), 1925-New-Toys (Producer), 1925-New-Toys (in person), 1933-Hollywood-on-Parade-No.-B-5 (in person), 1921-Screen-Snapshots,-Series-1,-No.-20 (in person), 1965-The-Love-Goddesses (Other), 1955-Screen-Snapshots:-Ramblin'-Round-Hollywood (Other), 1980-Hollywood (Other), 1921-Screen-Snapshots,-Series-2,-No.-14-F (in person), 1990-Hollywood-Mavericks (Other), 1931-How-I-Play-Golf,-by-Bobby-Jones-No.-1:-'The-Putter' (in person), 1988-American-Masters (Other), 1939-Only-Angels-Have-Wings (Performer), 1936-Spy-of-Napoleon (Performer), 1934-Midnight-Alibi (Performer), 1934-Massacre (Performer), 1932-The-Cabin-in-the-Cotton (Performer), 1931-The-Stolen-Jools (Performer), 1929-Weary-River (Performer), 1928-Scarlet-Seas (Performer), 1928-The-Noose (Performer), 1925-Shore-Leave (Performer), 1924-Classmates (Performer), 1923-Twenty-One (Performer), 1923-The-Bright-Shawl (Performer), 1922-Sonny (Performer), 1920-The-Love-Flower (Performer), 1919-I'll-Get-Him-Yet (Performer), 1919-Broken-Blossoms-or-The-Yellow-Man-and-the-Girl (Performer), 1919-The-Girl-Who-Stayed-at-Home (Performer), 1918-Wild-Primrose (Performer), 1918-Rich-Man,-Poor-Man (Performer), 1918-Sunshine-Nan (Performer), 1917-Bab's-Diary (Performer), 1917-The-Streets-of-Illusion (Performer), 1917-The-Eternal-Sin (Performer), 1916-Just-a-Song-at-Twilight (Performer), 1916-Gloria's-Romance (Performer), 1922-Seeing-Stars (in person), 1959-The-Tingler (Other), 1961-Hollywood:-The-Golden-Years (Other), 1963-Hallelujah-the-Hills (Other), 1942-The-Mayor-of-44th-Street (Performer), 1930-The-Lash (Performer), 1930-Son-of-the-Gods (Performer), 1928-Wheel-of-Chance (Performer), 1926/II-Camille (Performer), 1925-The-Beautiful-City (Performer), 1925-Soul-Fire (Performer), 1924-The-Enchanted-Cottage (Performer), 1923-The-Fighting-Blade (Performer), 1922-The-Bond-Boy (Performer), 1919-Peppy-Polly (Performer), 1917-The-Soul-of-a-Magdalen (Performer), 1917-The-Valentine-Girl (Performer), 1916/I-Snow-White (Performer), 1925-Soul-Fire (Producer), 1929-The-Show-of-Shows (in person)
Theater Credits
The-Postman-Always-Rings-Twice - Performer (March 25, 1936 - April 1936)

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