Ralph Lewis

Highest Rated: 100% San Francisco (1936)
Lowest Rated: 97% Intolerance (1916)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
Veteran American stage actor Ralph Lewis made his film debut at the Majestic studios in 1912. Lewis spent many fruitful years in the stock company of pantheon director D.W. Griffith. The actor's portrayal of abolitionist Austin Stoneman in Griffith's Birth of a Nation (1915) elicited the following critique from Reel Life magazine: "No more remarkable creation has vindicated the artistic value of motion pictures." Lewis remained in films well into the sound era, playing small character parts in such major productions as San Francisco (1936). Ralph Lewis was 64 years old when he was struck and killed by a car reportedly driven by producer Jack Warner's chauffeur.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Lost City of the Jungle Actor 1946
No Score Yet The Flying Serpent Richard Thorpe 1946
No Score Yet The Scarlet Horseman Pecos 1946
No Score Yet Dillinger Tony 1945
No Score Yet The Jade Mask Kimball 1945
No Score Yet Marked Trails Jed 1944
No Score Yet Danny Boy Actor 1941
No Score Yet Music for Madame Bit 1937
100% San Francisco Members of Founders' Club 1936
No Score Yet Swifty Alec McNeil 1936
No Score Yet Dr. Socrates Proprietor 1935
No Score Yet Sunset Range Sheriff 1935
No Score Yet Mystery Liner Grimson, Inventor 1934
No Score Yet Fighting Hero Judge 1934
No Score Yet Somewhere in Sonora Burton 1933
No Score Yet Sucker Money John Walton 1933
100% The Lost Squadron Joe 1932
100% Abraham Lincoln Member of Lincoln's Cabinet (uncredited) 1930
No Score Yet Flesh and Blood Fletcher Burton 1922
No Score Yet The Conquering Power Pere 1921
No Score Yet Outside the Law Silent Madden 1920
No Score Yet The Hoodlum (The Ragamuffin) Alexander Guthrie 1919
97% Intolerance The Governor 1916
No Score Yet Gretchen, the Greenhorn Jan Van Houck 1916
98% The Birth of a Nation Hon. Austin Stoneman 1915
No Score Yet The Avenging Conscience: or 'Thou Shalt Not Kill' The Detective 1914

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