Ralph Murphy

Director, Screenwriter, Actor
Ralph Murphy was a well-known director who worked on a variety of many great films. Murphy's early work in directing consisted of various films, including "The Big Shot" (1931), "Girl Without a Room" (1933) and "Song ... Read more »
Born: 05/01/1895 in Rockville, Connecticut, USA

Filmography

Director (13)

Sunbonnet Sue 1945 (Movie)

(Director)

Partners in Crime 1936 (Movie)

(Director)

Girl without a Room (Movie)

(Director)

Las Vegas Nights (Movie)

(Director)

Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (Movie)

(Director)

Private Scandal (Movie)

(Director)

Rainbow Island (Movie)

(Director)

Salute for Three (Movie)

(Director)

Song of the Eagle (Movie)

(Director)

The Lady and the Bandit (Movie)

(Director)

The Man in Half-Moon Street (Movie)

(Director)

The Town Went Wild (Movie)

(Director)

Top of the Town (Movie)

(Director)
Writer (4)

Sunbonnet Sue 1945 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Millie (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Millie (Movie)

(Dialogue Writer)

Sh! The Octopus (Movie)

(Play Author)
Music (2)

The Express 2008 (Movie)

("Down The Field") (Song)

Wounded 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)

Song
Producer (1)

Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (Movie)

(Producer)
Actor (1)

Star Spangled Rhythm 1941 (Movie)

Ralph Murphy (Actor)

Biography

Ralph Murphy was a well-known director who worked on a variety of many great films. Murphy's early work in directing consisted of various films, including "The Big Shot" (1931), "Girl Without a Room" (1933) and "Song of the Eagle" (1933). He also appeared in "Partners in Crime" (1937) and "Top of the Town" (1937). He continued to work in film in the forties, directing motion pictures like "Las Vegas Nights" (1941), the Betty Rhodes musical "Salute For Three" (1943) and the musical comedy "Rainbow Island" (1944) with Dorothy Lamour. He also appeared in the horror flick "The Man in Half Moon Street" (1944) with Nils Asther and "The Town Went Wild" (1944). In addition to his directing, Murphy also appeared on-screen in the musical comedy "Star Spangled Rhythm" (1942) with Bing Crosby. Nearing the end of his career, Murphy directed the musical "Sunbonnet Sue" (1945) with Gale Storm, "Mickey" (1948) with Lois Butler and "The Lady and the Bandit" (1951). He also appeared in the Louis Hayward adventure "Captain Pirate" (1952). Murphy's music was most recently featured in "The Express" (2008) with Dennis Quaid. Murphy passed away in February 1967 at the age of 72.

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