Richard Dix

Born:  July 18, 1893, St. Paul, Minnesota

 

1917:  One Of Many

1921:  Not Guilty, All’s Fair In Love, Dangerous Curve ahead, The Poverty of Riches

1922:  Yellow Men and Gold, Fools First, The Wall Flower, The Bonded Woman, The Sin Flood, The Glorious Fool

1923:  The Christian, Quicksands, Souls For Sale, The Woman With Four Faces, Racing Hearts, To The Last Man, The Ten Commandments, The Call of the Canyon

1924:  The Stranger, Icebound, Unguarded Women, Sinners In Heaven, Manhattan

1925:  Too Many Kisses, A Man Must Live, The Shock Punch, Men and Women, The Lucky Devil, The Vanishing American, Womanhandled

1926:  Let’s Get Married, Fascinating Youth, Say It Again, The Quarterback

1927:  Paradise For Two, Knockout Reilly, Man Power, Shanghai Bound, The Gay Defender

1928:  Sporting Goods, Easy Come Easy Go, Warming Up, Moran Of the Marines

1929:  The Love Doctor, Redskin, Nothing But the Truth, The Wheel of Life, Seven Keys To Baldpate

1930:  Lovin’ The Ladies, Shooting Straight

1931:  Cimarron  (Oscar Nomination: Best Actor), Young Donovan’s Kids, The Public Defender, Secret Service

1932:  The Lost Squadron, Roar of the Dragon, Hell’s HIghway, The Conquerors

1933:  The Great Jasper, No Marriage Ties, Ace of Aces, Day of Reckoning

1934:  Stingaree, His Greatest Gamble, West of the Pecos

1935:  The Arizonian, Transatlantic Tunnel

1936:  Yellow Dust, Special Investigator, Devil’s Squadron

1937:  Devil’s Playground, The Devil Is Driving, It Happened In Hollywood

1938:  Blind Alibi, Sky Giant

1939:  Twelve Crowded Hours, Man of Conquest, Here I Am A Stranger, Reno

1940:  The Marines Fly High, Men Against The Sky, Cherokee Strip

1941:  The Roundup, Badlands of Dakota

1942:  Tombstone: The Town Too Tough To Die, Eyes of the Underworld, American Empire

1943:  Buckskin Frontier, The Kansan, Top Man, The Ghost Ship

1944:  The Whistler, The Mark of the Whistler

1945:  The Power of the Whistler, Voice of the Whistler

1946:  Mysterious Intruder, Secret of the Whistler

1947:  The Thirteenth Hour

 

Died:  September 20, 1949, Los Angeles, California.

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