Ralph Ince

Ralph Ince

Highest Rated: 100% The Lost Squadron (1932)

Lowest Rated: 91% Little Caesar (1931)

Birthday: Jan 16, 1887

Birthplace: Not Available

The youngest of the three filmmaking Ince brothers, he was a child actor in theater and became a cartoonist at Vitagraph in 1906. He soon began acting in films and became a director in 1912. Continuing as an actor, Ince had a penchant for impersonating Abraham Lincoln, for other directors as well as in his own mid-teens films Lincoln the Lover and The Highest Law. He helmed numerous films in the '20s, several of which he also acted in, including Bigger Than Barnum's, The Sea Wolf (appearing as Jack London's Wolf Larsen) and Chicago After Midnight. Ince found few directing opportunities in Hollywood after the advent of sound, although he continued to act in others' films, including Little Caesar and Law and Order. He relocated to England in 1934 and helmed numerous features there until his untimely death in an auto accident in 1937.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Havana Widows Butch O'Neill 1933
No Score Yet The Mouthpiece J. B. 1932
No Score Yet Law and Order Poe Northrup 1932
No Score Yet Law of the Sea Marty Drake 1932
No Score Yet Men of Chance Joe Farley 1932
100% The Lost Squadron Jettick, Detective 1932
No Score Yet The Tenderfoot Dolan 1932
No Score Yet The Big Gamble Webb 1931
No Score Yet Star Witness Maxey Campo 1931
No Score Yet Gentleman's Fate Dante 1931
91% Little Caesar Diamond Pete Montana 1931
No Score Yet State's Attorney Defense Attorney 1931
No Score Yet Numbered Men King Callahan 1930
No Score Yet The Perfect Lover Director 1919


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