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Richard Kipling

  • Highest Rated: 100% The Furies (1950)
  • Lowest Rated: 75% Test Pilot (1938)
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  • Sporting a pencil-thin mustache and an air of superiority, New York-born actor Richard Kipling played literally hundreds of unbilled bit parts from 1934 to 1955, often cast as "dignified men," the exact description of his character in the 1943 musical Girl Crazy. A veteran stock company actor, Kipling had formed Richard Kipling Enterprises in the late '10s to produce low-budget Westerns starring also-ran cowboys Bill Patton and Roy Stewart. At least five films were produced: The Midnight Rider (1920), Outlawed (1921), The Battlin' Kid (1921), and The Golden Silence (1923) -- all directed by Alvin J. Neitz and starring Patton -- and The Lone Hand (1920), starring Stewart.

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No Score Yet Alaska Seas Croupier 1954
No Score Yet Voodoo Tiger Commissioner Kingston 1952
No Score Yet Carrie Farmer 1952
100% The Furies Bit Man 1950
No Score Yet Riding High Jailer 1950
No Score Yet Perfect Strangers Autopsy Surgeon 1950
No Score Yet Up in Central Park Waiter with Trick Tray 1948
No Score Yet Smash Up: The Story of a Woman Man 1947
86% Mildred Pierce Personnel Man 1945
No Score Yet Girl Crazy Dignified Man 1943
No Score Yet Edge of Darkness Man 1943
No Score Yet Behind Prison Walls Frederick Driscoll 1943
No Score Yet Miss V. from Moscow Dr. Suchevsky 1942
No Score Yet They All Kissed the Bride Board Member 1942
No Score Yet Johnny Eager Husband 1942
No Score Yet Out of the Fog Reporter 1941
100% Love Crazy Guest 1941
90% Meet John Doe Police Commissioner 1941
No Score Yet My Love Came Back Executive 1940
No Score Yet Calling Philo Vance Archer Coe 1940
83% Santa Fe Trail Army Doctor 1940
No Score Yet Accidents Will Happen Attorney 1938
75% Test Pilot Floorwalker 1938
No Score Yet The Toast of New York Southerner 1937
No Score Yet Swing High, Swing Low Army Surgeon 1937
No Score Yet Vagabond Lady Dock Official 1935
No Score Yet Hideout Clerk 1934


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