The day of birth of Ralph Brooks is not on record. He is an American Actor, known for All about Eve (1950), Abbott and Costello meet the invisible man (1951), The small town girl (1936), Ralph Brooks's first movie on record is from 1932. His last motion picture on file dates from 1962.
Ralph Brooks Filmography [Auszug]
1962: [02.19] Tender is the night (Cast: Night Club Patron (/xx/)), Directed by Henry King, with Jennifer Jones, Jason Robards, Joan Fontaine,
1959:  The third voice (Cast), Directed by Hubert Cornfield, with Laraine Day, Julie London,
1951:  Abbott and Costello meet the invisible man (Auf Sherlock Holmes' Spuren) (Cast), Directed by Charles Lamont, with Arthur Franz, Adele Jergens, Sheldon Leonard,
1950: [10.27] All about Eve (Best Performance (Working title)) (Cast: Sarah Siddons Awards Guest (/xx/)), Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, with Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, George Sanders,
1945: [03.25] Between Two Women (Cast: Dr. Norman (scenes deleted)), Directed by Willis Goldbeck, with Van Johnson, Lionel Barrymore, Gloria DeHaven,
1936: [04.10] The small town girl (One Horse Town) (Cast: Dance Extra), Directed by William A. Wellman, Robert Z. Leonard, with Janet Gaynor, Robert Taylor, Binnie Barnes,
1932: [11.17] Afraid to Talk (Merry-Go-Round) (Cast: Reporter (/xx/) ), Directed by Edward L. Cahn, with Eric Linden, Sidney Fox, Tully Marshall,
1932: [06.26] Bachelor's Affairs (Fancy Free (Working title), Precious (Working title)) (Cast: Nightclub Patron (/xx/)), Directed by Alfred L. Werker, with Adolphe Menjou, Minna Gombell, Arthur Pierson,
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