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American actor

Charles Ruggles is ...

Dead
Born 8 Feb 1886 in Los Angeles
Died 23 Dec 1970 in Hollywood
Age84 years, 10 months
Causecancer
Correction?
Charles Ruggles
Charles Ruggles
Publicity photo of actor Charles Ruggles from his guest appearance on the television program Dick Powell Theatre.

About Charles Ruggles

Charles Sherman Ruggles (February 8, 1886 – December 23, 1970) was a comic American character actor. In a career spanning six decades, Ruggles appeared in close to 100 feature films, often in mild-mannered and comic roles. He was also the elder brother of director, producer, and silent actor Wesley Ruggles (1889–1972).

He is also known as Charlie Ruggles.

Death

Ruggles died of cancer at Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, California on December 23, 1970 at the age of 84.

He is interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California in the Garden of Memory near his brother, Wesley Ruggles.

Films

Charles Ruggles has worked on the following films:

It Happened on Fifth Avenue
1947 film by Roy Del Ruth
1947
The Invisible Woman
1940 film by A. Edward Sutherland
1940
Madame Butterfly
1932 film by Marion Gering
1932
The Big Broadcast of 1936
musical film by Norman Taurog (1935)
1935
Trouble in Paradise
1932 film by Ernst Lubitsch
1932
Son of Flubber
1963 film by Robert Stevenson
1963
Alice in Wonderland
1933 film by Norman Z. McLeod
1933
Gallant Journey
1946 film by William A. Wellman
1946
Love Me Tonight
1932 film by Rouben Mamoulian
1932
Ruggles of Red Gap
1935 film by Leo McCarey
1935
The Smiling Lieutenant
1931 film by Ernst Lubitsch
1931
Anything Goes
1936 American musical film
1936
Wives Never Know
1936 film by Elliott Nugent
1936
No More Ladies
1935 film by George Cukor, Edward H. Griffith
1935
The Lovable Cheat
1949 film by Richard Oswald
1949
This Is the Night
1932 film by Frank Tuttle
1932
Breaking the Ice
1938 film by Edward F. Cline
1938
One Hour with You
1932 film
1932
The Ugly Dachshund
1966 film by Norman Tokar
1966
Murders in the Zoo
1933 film by A. Edward Sutherland
1933
Murder in the Private Car
1934 film by Harry Beaumont
1934
No Time for Comedy
1940 film by William Keighley
1940
Papa's Delicate Condition
1963 film by George Marshall
1963
Ramrod
1947 film by André de Toth
1947
Friendly Enemies
1942 film by Allan Dwan
1942
Mama Loves Papa
1933 film by Norman Z. McLeod
1933
A Stolen Life
1946 film by Curtis Bernhardt, Jack Gage
1946
Look for the Silver Lining
1950 film by David Butler
1950
Incendiary Blonde
1945 film by George Marshall
1945
The Pleasure of His Company
1961 comedy film
1961
Honor Among Lovers
1931 film by Dorothy Arzner
1931
Opened by Mistake
1940 film by George Archainbaud
1940
All in a Night's Work
1961 film by Joseph Anthony
1961
Hearts Divided
1936 film by Frank Borzage
1936
Service de Luxe
1938 film by Rowland V. Lee
1938
Queen High
1930 film by Fred C. Newmeyer
1930
Sudden Money
1939 film by Nick Grinde
1939
Turn Off the Moon
1937 film by Lewis Seiler
1937
Roadhouse Nights
1930 film by Hobart Henley
1930
Early to Bed
1936 film by Norman Z. McLeod
1936
Young Man of Manhattan
1930 film by Monta Bell
1930
The Pursuit of Happiness
1934 American comedy film
1934
Peer Gynt
1915 American fantasy film
1915
Invitation to Happiness
1939 film by Wesley Ruggles
1939
Gentleman of the Press
1929 film by Millard Webb
1929
Goodbye Love
1933 film by H. Bruce Humberstone
1933
Girl Without a Room
1933 musical comedy film
1933
The Battle of Paris
1929 film by Robert Florey
1929
The Girl Habit
1931 film by Edward F. Cline
1931
The Parson of Panamint
1941 film by William C. McGann
1941
Maryland
1940 film by Henry King
1940
The Perfect Snob
1941 film by Ray McCarey
1941
Mind Your Own Business
1936 film by Norman Z. McLeod
1936
People Will Talk
1935 film by Alfred Santell
1935
Six of a Kind
1934 film by Leo McCarey
1934
Boy Trouble
1939 film by George Archainbaud
1939
Melody Cruise
1933 film by Mark Sandrich
1933