Irene Rich was an American actress who worked in both silent films and talkies, as well as radio
|Birth Date||:||13 October 1891|
|Birth Place||:||Buffalo, New York, United States|
A Tale of Two Worlds [13 March 1921 (USA)]
A Tale of Two Worlds is a 1921 American silent drama film produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures and directed by Frank Lloyd. The film stars several well-known actors including Leatrice Joy, Wallace Beery, Edythe Chapman, and J. Frank Glendon. The film has been preserved at the Library of Congress.
Angel and the Badman [15 February 1947 (USA)]
When Penelope Worth, a Quaker girl, nurses Quirt Evans, a notorious gunman back to health, he reflects on his past transgressions. He then decides to learn more about her peaceful ways.
Beau Brummel [30 March 1924]
Bryan Brummel loses the woman of his dreams due to family pressure and class systems. Soon, he lures the upper crest of the society with his charm, but has to pay a heavy price for it in the end.
Beau Ideal [16 January 1931]
An American (Lester Vail) and his British boyhood buddy (Ralph Forbes) wind up together in the French Foreign Legion.
Boys Will Be Boys [5 May 1921]
Boys Will Be Boys is a 1921 American comedy film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Edfrid A. Bingham. The film stars Will Rogers, Irene Rich, Charles Mason, Sidney Ainsworth, Edward Kimball, and Milton Ross. The film was released on May 5, 1921, by Goldwyn Pictures.
Brawn of the North [12 November 1922 (USA)]
Brawn of the North is a lost 1922 American silent Northwoods film. It was produced by Laurence Trimble and Jane Murfin with release through Associated First National Pictures. The film stars Irene Rich and a new canine find by Trimble named Strongheart.
Calendar Girl [31 January 1947]
Two best friends, an artist and a composer, move to Greenwich Village from Boston in 1900. After moving into a boarding house, they both fall in love with the woman next door, and vie for her affections.
Captain January [6 July 1924]
A lighthouse keeper (Hobart Bosworth) forms a special bond with a little girl (Baby Peggy) that he found on the shore.
Check and Double Check [25 October 1930]
Amos (Freeman F. Gosden) and Andy (Charles J. Correll) mix up real estate and romance.
Craig's Wife [16 September 1928]
A domineering woman (Irene Rich) thinks more of material possessions than of her husband (Warner Baxter).
Cytherea [3 April 1924]
Cytherea is a 1924 American silent romantic drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice and starring Alma Rubens, Lewis Stone, Constance Bennett, and Norman Kerry. Based on the novel Cytherea, Goddess of Love, by Joseph Hergesheimer and was adapted for the screen by Frances Marion.
Dearie [18 June 1927]
Dearie is a 1927 silent drama film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. and directed by Archie Mayo. It is from a story by Victorian author Carolyn Wells about a woman who sacrifices for her ungrateful son. This film starred Irene Rich and is considered a lost film.
Desperate Trails [June 1921]
Desperate Trails is a 1921 American western film directed by John Ford and featuring Harry Carey. The film is considered to be lost.
Don't Tell the Wife [22 January 1927]
Don't Tell the Wife is a 1927 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Irene Rich, Huntley Gordon and Lilyan Tashman.
Down to Earth [1 September 1932]
Newly rich Oklahomans (Will Rogers, Irene Rich) live in a chateau like the one they had in Paris, then go broke.
Eve's Lover [6 July 1925 (USA)]
Eve's Lover is a lost 1925 silent film drama directed by Roy Del Ruth and starring Irene Rich and Clara Bow. The screenplay was by Darryl F. Zanuck from a story by Mrs. W. K. Clifford. Warner Brothers produced and distributed the film.
Everybody's Hobby [26 August 1939]
When newspaper reporter Thomas Leslie (Henry O'Neill) loses his job for refusing to cover a story in the way the paper's new owners want, his stamp-collecting wife, Myra (Irene Rich), encourages him to pursue a hobby. Soon Thomas is a budding photographer and eager to flex his new camera skills. He plans a family vacation to the mountains that is disrupted by a raging forest fire. Thomas and his son, Robert (Jackie Moran), an avid ham radio operator, team up to find out what happened.… MORE
Father's Son [7 March 1931]
Father's Son is a 1931 American pre-Code melodrama film which was produced by Warner Bros. in 1930 and released early in 1931. The movie is based on the original film scenario Old Fathers and Young Sons by Booth Tarkington. The film is also known by the name "Boy of Mine."
Five and Ten [13 June 1931]
Jennifer meets Berry and starts developing feelings for him, but he gets married to Muriel who despises Jennifer. However, sparks fly between Jennifer and Berry when they re-unite.
Fort Apache [27 March 1948 (Phoenix)]
This movie features an experienced cavalry officer, who sets out to find people that are causing trouble around the Fort Apache.
Godless Men [November 1920 (USA)]
Godless Men is a 1920 American silent adventure drama film directed by Reginald Barker and produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures. It stars Russell Simpson and James "Jim" Mason as a father and son. It is based on a Saturday Evening Post short story Black Pawl by Ben Ames Williams.
Held for Murder [12 October 1932 (USA)]
A woman (Irene Rich) takes the rap when her daughter apparently commits murder.
Jes' Call Me Jim [23 May 1920]
Jes' Call Me Jim is a 1920 American drama film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Edward T. Lowe Jr. and Thompson Buchanan. It is based on the 1875 novel Seven Oaks by James G. Holland. The film stars Will Rogers, Irene Rich, Lionel Belmore, Raymond Hatton, Jimmy Rogers and Bert Sprotte.
Joan of Arc [11 November 1948 (New York)]
A 14 year old girl, Joan of Arc has had some voices telling her to lead God's Army and she takes over Orleans.
Keeping Company [27 December 1940]
Ted and Mary insist that their marriage will be one without problems, misunderstandings arise with the appearance of Anastasia Atherton, Ted's old sweetheart who has just returned from New York.
Lady Windermere's Fan [26 December 1925]
The notorious Mrs. Erlynne (Irene Rich), known for romantic scandals, returns to England and visits Lord Windermere (Bert Lytell) to confide that she is the mother of his wife, Lady Windermere (May McAvoy), having abandoned her daughter 20 years earlier. Later, Mrs. Erlynne attends a birthday party for Lady Windermere, and her daughter thinks she's Lord Windermere's mistress. Stung, Lady Windermere allows the romantic advances of Lord Darlington, until her mother comes to the rescue.… MORE
Manhattan Tower [1 December 1932 (USA)]
Manhattan Tower is a 1932 American pre-Code film directed by Frank R. Strayer starring Mary Brian and James Hall.
My Wife and I [16 May 1925]
My Wife and I is a 1925 American drama film directed by Millard Webb and written by Julien Josephson and Millard Webb. It is based on the 1871 novel My Wife and I by Harriet Beecher Stowe. The film stars Irene Rich, Huntley Gordon, John Harron, John Roche, Constance Bennett and Tom Ricketts.
New Orleans [18 April 1947]
Miralee Smith, who belongs to an influential family, falls in love with Nick Duquesne, a jazz connoisseur and the owner of a casino. However, her parents oppose their relationship.
Queen of the Yukon [26 August 1940]
In this film adapted from a Jack London story, Sadie Martin (Irene Rich) runs a casino riverboat that travels the Yukon River, catering to a variety of prospectors. Despite her success, Sadie strives to keep her daughter, Helen (June Carlson), in the dark about her unsavory lifestyle. But, just as dubious businessman John Thorne (Melvin Lang) makes an offer on her boat, her daughter abruptly returns from her posh boarding school with Bob (Dave O'Brien), a friendly but gullible fiancé, in tow.… MORE
Rosita [3 September 1923 (USA)]
This silent classic focuses on Rosita (Mary Pickford), a young Spanish woman who's fed up with the disparities between her country's privileged and poor. A gutsy protest singer, Rosita performs a song that takes issue with the Spanish king's (Holbrook Blinn) highfalutin ways. Soon, though, she's being courted by the very man whose lavish lifestyle inspired her angry lyrics. Quite by accident, Rosita finds herself in a love triangle that makes her once simple life much more complicated.… MORE
Silken Shackles [14 May 1926]
Silken Shackles is a lost 1926 silent drama film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. The film was directed by Walter Morosco, the son of theater owner Oliver Morosco and was based on a play by Charles Harris. Irene Rich leads the cast.
So This Is London [6 June 1930]
So This Is London is a 1930 American pre-Code comedy film directed by John G. Blystone and starring Will Rogers, Irene Rich, Frank Albertson and Lumsden Hare. It was based on the 1922 play So This Is London by Arthur Goodrich, which was adapted again in 1939.
Spitfire [30 March 1934 (USA)]
This movie features two engineers, John Stafford and George Fleetwood, who are both attracted to a local girl, Trigger Hicks.
Strangers May Kiss [4 April 1931 (USA)]
A sophisticated woman, Lisbeth Corbin, a secretary at Geneva Sterling, risks her marriage for love of a ruthless schemer.
That Certain Age [7 October 1938]
Unknown to his teenage daughter, Alice (Deanna Durbin), newspaper publisher Bill Warren (John Halliday) lends his country guest house to his star reporter, Vince Bullit (Melvyn Douglas), so he can write an article in quiet surroundings. Alice, who promised the house to a troop of Boy Scouts rehearsing a musical, at first tries to get rid of the unwanted Vince. But as she develops a crush on the older man, Alice schemes to keep him around, to the annoyance of her steady beau, Ken (Jackie Cooper).… MORE
The Champ [9 November 1931 (New York)]
Washed-up prizefighter and his adoring son struggle to survive in a rough and tumble world.
The Climbers [3 May 1927]
The Climbers is a 1927 silent film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. and presumed lost. The film stars Irene Rich and was directed by Paul Stein. It was based on a 1901 Clyde Fitch play of the same name, but bore scant resemblance to it.
The Honeymoon Express [2 September 1926]
The Honeymoon Express is a lost 1926 silent film drama directed by James Flood and uncredited Ernst Lubitsch and starred Willard Louis and Irene Rich. Willard Louis's final film before his death. It is unknown, but the film might have been released with a Vitaphone soundtrack.
The Lady in Question [7 August 1940]
Andre, a juror, is convinced that Natalie is innocent and pushes for her acquittal. Later, he invites her home but decides to keep her identity a secret. But his son falls in love with her.
The Lone Star Ranger [29 June 1919 (USA)]
The Lone Star Ranger is a lost 1919 American silent western film based on the 1915 novel by Zane Grey and stars William Farnum. The film was directed by J. Gordon Edwards and produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation. Portions of the film were shot in Palm Springs, California.
The Mad Parade [18 September 1931]
During World War I, nurses of different backgrounds tend to the dead and the dying in no man's land.
The Mortal Storm [14 June 1940 (USA)]
The Roth family have a decent living, and are a very close knit family. When the Nazi's came to power, the family gets divided and Martin Brietner, a family friend is caught up in the turmoil.
The Ropin' Fool [Clarence G. Badger]
Will Rogers performs amazing rope tricks with his horse, Dopey.
The Strange Boarder [April 1920]
The Strange Boarder is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Edfrid A. Bingham. The film stars Will Rogers, Irene Rich, Jimmy Rogers, James Mason, Doris Pawn, and Lionel Belmore. The film was released in April 1920, by Goldwyn Pictures.
The Trap [11 September 1985 (Italy)]
A Parisian businessman's coincidental meeting with a former lover leads him into a dangerous web of passion and deceit.
They Had to See Paris [18 September 1929]
An Oklahoma woman (Irene Rich) packs herself and her family off to Paris after her husband (Will Rogers) finds oil on their land.
This Woman [2 November 1924]
This Woman is a 1924 American drama film directed by Phil Rosen, written by Louis D. Lighton and Hope Loring, and starring Irene Rich, Ricardo Cortez, Louise Fazenda, Frank Elliott, Creighton Hale and Marc McDermott.
Three Sons o' Guns [2 August 1941]
Each of Margaret Patters' three sons is unemployed and incapable of holding a steady job. The sons make excuses to avert military duty in the Second World War before their aunt takes matters in hand.
Water, Water, Everywhere [8 February 1920]
Water, Water, Everywhere is a 1920 American silent comedy film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Robert F. Hill. It is based on the 1912 novel Billy Fortune and the Hard Proposition by William Rheem Lighton.
Women They Talk About [11 August 1928 (USA)]
Forbidden by her father to marry John, a woman marries someone else and moves abroad while John becomes mayor of their hometown. Years later, she returns home a widow and decides to run for mayor against John.
- 13 October 1891.
- Buffalo, New York, United States.