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Ralph Bellamy

Ralph BellamyAKA Ralph Rexford Bellamy

Born: 17-Jun-1904
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Died: 29-Nov-1991
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Respiratory failure
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Hollywood Hills, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Trading Places

Co-founded the renowned Palm Springs landmark, The Racquet Club of Palm Springs with actor Charlie Farrell. The Racquet Club closed on 1 June 2003.[1]


[1] The club stayed closed for years. The estate was sold to a developer who added a condominium complex and eventually re-opened it. See Brian Joseph, "Racquet Club Sold", The Desert Sun, 20 November 2004; and Stefanie Frith, "Club Renovations OK'd", The Desert Sun, 29 December 2005.

Wife: Alice Delbridge (m. 28-Dec-1927, div. 1930, one child)
Wife: Catherine Willard (m. 1931, div. 1945)
Wife: Ethel Smith (m. 1945, div. 1947)
Wife: Alice Murphy (m. 1949)

    High School: New Trier High School, Winnetka, IL (1922)

    Oscar (honorary) 1986
    Tony
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6542 Hollywood Blvd.
    Actors' Equity Association President (1952-64)
    Dutch Treat Club (1947-91)

    TELEVISION
    Hunter Harold Baker (1977)
    The Most Deadly Game Ethan Arcane (1970-71)
    Man Against Crime Mike Barnett (1949-54)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Pretty Woman (23-Mar-1990)
    War and Remembrance (13-Nov-1988)
    The Good Mother (4-Nov-1988)
    Coming to America (29-Jun-1988) · Randolph Duke
    Amazon Women on the Moon (18-Sep-1987)
    Disorderlies (14-Aug-1987) · Albert Dennison
    The Fourth Wise Man (30-Mar-1985)
    Trading Places (8-Jun-1983) · Randolph Duke
    The Winds of War (6-Feb-1983)
    The Clone Master (14-Sep-1978)
    Oh, God! (7-Oct-1977)
    Once an Eagle (2-Dec-1976)
    The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (12-Nov-1976)
    Nightmare in Badham County (5-Nov-1976)
    Murder on Flight 502 (21-Nov-1975)
    The Missiles of October (18-Dec-1974)
    Cancel My Reservation (21-Sep-1972)
    Something Evil (21-Jan-1972)
    Doctors' Wives (3-Feb-1971)
    Rosemary's Baby (12-Jun-1968)
    The Professionals (2-Nov-1966) · Grant
    Sunrise at Campobello (28-Sep-1960) · Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (22-Dec-1955)
    Lady on a Train (24-Aug-1945)
    Delightfully Dangerous (31-Mar-1945)
    Guest in the House (8-Dec-1944)
    Stage Door Canteen (24-Jun-1943) · Himself
    Lady in a Jam (19-Jun-1942)
    The Ghost of Frankenstein (13-Mar-1942)
    The Wolf Man (12-Dec-1941) · Col. Montford
    Ellery Queen and the Murder Ring (18-Nov-1941)
    Dive Bomber (12-Aug-1941) · Lance Rogers
    Affectionately Yours (10-May-1941) · Owen Wright
    Footsteps in the Dark (8-Mar-1941)
    Ellery Queen, Master Detective (28-Nov-1940)
    Dance, Girl, Dance (30-Aug-1940)
    Brother Orchid (7-Jun-1940)
    Flight Angels (18-May-1940)
    His Girl Friday (11-Jan-1940) · Bruce Baldwin
    Coast Guard (4-Aug-1939) · Lt. Raymond Dower
    Blind Alley (29-May-1939)
    Let Us Live (29-Mar-1939) · Lt. Everett
    Trade Winds (28-Dec-1938)
    Girls' School (30-Sep-1938)
    Carefree (2-Sep-1938) · Stephen Arden
    Boy Meets Girl (27-Aug-1938) · C. Elliott Friday
    Fools for Scandal (24-Mar-1938)
    The Crime of Doctor Hallet (11-Mar-1938)
    The Awful Truth (21-Oct-1937) · Daniel Leeson
    The Man Who Lived Twice (25-Sep-1936) · Slick Rawley
    Hands Across the Table (25-Oct-1935) · Allen Macklyn
    Air Hawks (7-May-1935) · Barry
    The Wedding Night (16-Mar-1935)
    Woman in the Dark (9-Nov-1934)
    This Man Is Mine (13-Apr-1934) · Jim Dunlap
    Spitfire (8-Mar-1934) · George Fleetwood
    Ever in My Heart (28-Oct-1933) · Jeff
    Ace of Aces (20-Oct-1933) · Maj. Blake
    Blind Adventure (18-Aug-1933)
    Headline Shooter (28-Jul-1933) · Hal
    Flying Devils (14-Jul-1933) · Speed Hardy
    The Narrow Corner (8-Jul-1933)
    Picture Snatcher (6-May-1933) · McLean
    Below the Sea (29-Mar-1933) · McCreary
    Air Mail (3-Nov-1932)
    Forbidden (15-Jan-1932) · Holland
    West of Broadway (28-Nov-1931)
    The Secret Six (18-Apr-1931) · Johnny Franks


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