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Ralph Staub
American film director

Ralph Staub

Ralph Staub
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Intro American film director
Was Film producer Writer Film director Actor Film actor Screenwriter Film editor Cinematographer
From United States of America
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio Literature
Gender male
Birth 21 July 1899, Chicago, USA
Death 22 October 1969, Los Angeles, USA (aged 70 years)
Star sign Cancer
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Ralph Staub (July 21, 1899 in Chicago, Illinois – October 22, 1969, Los Angeles, California) was a movie director, writer and producer.

Three of his short subjects in the Screen Snapshots series have been nominated for the Academy Award and he was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1752 Vine Street in Hollywood, California, USA.

Partial filmography

  • As Director
    • What, No Men! (1934)
    • Art Trouble (1934) short; film debut of James Stewart
    • Keystone Hotel (1935)
    • Carnival Day (1936)
    • Sitting on the Moon (1936)
    • Country Gentlemen (1936)
    • The Mandarin Mystery (1936)
    • Join the Marines (1937)
    • Navy Blues (1937)
    • Affairs of Cappy Ricks (1937)
    • Meet the Boyfriend (1937)
    • Mama Runs Wild (1937)
    • Prairie Moon (1938)
    • Western Jamboree (1938)
    • Swing Hotel (1939)
    • Chip of the Flying U (1939)
    • Yukon Flight (1940)
    • Danger Ahead (1940)
    • Sky Bandits (1940)
    • Hollywood in Uniform (1943)
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