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Lucille Ricksen

  • Aug 22, 1910 - Mar 13, 1925 (age 14)
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1925
Lucille Ricksen
PersonalMarch 1925

Lucille Ricksen

Lucille Ricksen passed away.
The Denial
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MovieMar 9, 1925

The Denial

Beautiful Mildred Hucks is in love with young Lyman Webb, but …
Beautiful Mildred Hucks is in love with young Lyman Webb, but her mother is determined to marry off Mildred to an elderly millionaire. When the Spanish-American War breaks out in 1898, Lyman joins Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders and goes off to fight in Cuba. He writes to Mildred, but her mother intercepts the letters and makes sure Mildred doesn't see them. Her mother's efforts to destroy Mildred's and Lyman's relationship finally pays off, but it has far-reaching consequences.
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1924
The Painted Lady
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MovieSep 28, 1924

The Painted Lady

The Painted Lady is a 1924 American drama film directed …
The Painted Lady is a 1924 American drama film directed by Chester Bennett and written by Thomas Dixon Jr.. The film stars George O'Brien, Dorothy Mackaill, Harry T. Morey, Lucille Hutton, Lucille Ricksen and Margaret McWade. The film was released on September 28, 1924, by Fox Film Corporation.
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Vanity's Price
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MovieSep 7, 1924

Vanity's Price

Vanity's Price is a lost 1924 American silent drama film …
Vanity's Price is a lost 1924 American silent drama film directed by Roy William Neill and starring Anna Q. Nilsson. It was produced by the Gothic Productions company and released by FBO.
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Behind the Curtain
MovieJul 15, 1924

Behind the Curtain

When a brutal murder occurs, all the evidence points to a …
When a brutal murder occurs, all the evidence points to a phony spiritualist, who is eventually convicted of the crime--but he may not have done it.
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Young Ideas
MovieJul 7, 1924

Young Ideas

Young Ideas is a 1924 American silent comedy film directed …
Young Ideas is a 1924 American silent comedy film directed by Robert F. Hill and starring Laura La Plante, T. Roy Barnes and Lucille Ricksen. It also featured an uncredited appearance of the future star Janet Gaynor.
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Those Who Dance
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MovieApr 27, 1924

Those Who Dance

A federal agent assigned to stop a bootlegging gang joins forces …
A federal agent assigned to stop a bootlegging gang joins forces with the gang leader's wife and the sister of one of the ring's truck drivers to break up the gang.
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The Hill Billy
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MovieMar 11, 1924

The Hill Billy

The Hill Billy released.
The Galloping Fish
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MovieMar 10, 1924

The Galloping Fish

The Galloping Fish is a 1924 American silent comedy film …
The Galloping Fish is a 1924 American silent comedy film directed by Del Andrews and starring Louise Fazenda, Syd Chaplin, Ford Sterling, Chester Conklin, Lucille Ricksen, and John Steppling. It is based on the 1917 novel Friend Wife by Frank R. Adams. The film was released by First National Pictures on March 10, 1924.
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The Judgment of the Storm
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MovieJan 6, 1924

The Judgment of the Storm

The Judgment of the Storm released.
1923
The Rendezvous
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MovieNov 11, 1923

The Rendezvous

The Rendezvous is a 1923 silent film adventure melodrama …
The Rendezvous is a 1923 silent film adventure melodrama with comedic overtones directed by Marshall Neilan and starring Richard Travers, Conrad Nagel, Lucille Ricksen and Syd Chaplin. It was produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures.
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Human Wreckage
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MovieJun 17, 1923

Human Wreckage

Ethel McFarland presents her attorney husband, Alan, with …
Ethel McFarland presents her attorney husband, Alan, with the case of a dope addict named Jimmy Brown. With the help of Alan's impassioned defense, Jimmy gets aquitted. Alan feels the pressures of his job and is introduced to a doctor at his club. When he becomes addicted, he is blackmailed by his peddlers to represent their friends in court. Jimmy, now off the smack and a taxi driver, hears of these goings on. When he discovers that his passenger is the leader of the dope ring, he resolvs to aide the war on narcotics by crashing the vehicle head-on into an oncoming train, killing them both. Alan gets treated for his addiction and begins to fight the pushers in court, all the while, pushing for stronger laws against addictive substances. At the film's close, the film's producer, Dorothy Davenport, who also plays Ethel, and who's husband Wallace Reid died of a drug overdose, adresses the audience, imploring them to support her in her crusade to wipe out the narcotic menace in the United States forevermore.
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Trimmed in Scarlet
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MovieApr 9, 1923

Trimmed in Scarlet

Trimmed in Scarlet is a 1923 American silent drama film …
Trimmed in Scarlet is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Jack Conway and produced and distributed by Universal Pictures. It is based on the 1920 Broadway play, Trimmed in Scarlet, by William Hurlbut and starring Broadway's Maxine Elliott. This play marked the last time Maxine Elliott appeared on Broadway. Her role in the film is played by veteran cinema star Kathlyn Williams. All prints of this film are believed lost.
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The Social Buccaneer
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MovieJan 8, 1923

The Social Buccaneer

John "Jack" Norton (Jack Mulhall), before the war a society …
John "Jack" Norton (Jack Mulhall), before the war a society playboy and fop, returns from the trenches of World War One a two fisted American who finds his father, Raymond Norton (William Welsh), in jail, charged with theft of funds from the bank in which he was the president. The money, placed there by the American authorities for the Kingdom of Thorwald, and Princess Elise (Margaret Livingston), is on the way to collect it. John lets his father think he is still the playboy he was before the war, but secretly dons his old 'Doughboy" uniform and sets out after the gang that has framed his father.
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1922
The Strangers' Banquet
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MovieDec 31, 1922

The Strangers' Banquet

In managing the shipyard …
In managing the shipyard inherited from her father, Derith Keogh has considerable labor problems and accedes to the unreasonable demands of John Trevelyan, anarchist labor agitator. Derith's brother, John, is off in pursuit of an adventuress, and Angus Campbell, her superintendent, resigns in exasperation. Angus returns, however, to help Derith persuade Trevelyan to settle a strike, which Trevelyan accomplishes in spite of being shot by one of his own men.
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Forsaking All Others
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MovieDec 10, 1922

Forsaking All Others

Forsaking All Others is a 1922 American silent drama film …
Forsaking All Others is a 1922 American silent drama film starring actress Colleen Moore and directed by Emile Chautard for Universal Studios. It was made before Colleen became famous as a flapper but did visit some of the same subjects her later films would.
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The Girl Who Ran Wild
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MovieOct 9, 1922

The Girl Who Ran Wild

The Girl Who Ran Wild is a …
The Girl Who Ran Wild is a 1922 American comedy drama film directed by Rupert Julian. It is a black and white silent film released by Universal which is based on the 1863 novella M’liss: An Idyll of Red Mountain by Bret Harte. It is a remake of the 1918 film M’Liss. The film was written by George C. Hull and features cast such as Gladys Walton (as M’liss), Marc Robbins (“Bummer” Smith), and Vernon Steele (The Schoolmaster). It is a western melodrama which was released on October 9, 1922. It was filmed in Seven Oaks, California.
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Remembrance
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MovieOct 1, 1922

Remembrance

John P. Grout collapses under the strain of making enough …
John P. Grout collapses under the strain of making enough money to keep his family happy. Only his favorite daughter, Mab, remains unimpressed by possessions and social status, and she falls in love with Seth Smith, a clerk in his department store. While Grout hovers near death the family changes its attitude. He recovers to save himself from financial ruin, the family reduces its demands on him, and Seth becomes a successful businessman.
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The Married Flapper
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MovieJul 31, 1922

The Married Flapper

A plummet in family fortunes forces Bill Billings ( Kenneth Harlan …
A plummet in family fortunes forces Bill Billings ( Kenneth Harlan ) to become a racing car driver. His wife, Pamela ( Marie Prevost ), has been carrying on a bold flirtation with a wily philanderer, who, tiring of her, turns his attention to a younger girl. When Pamela tries to defend her reputation, Bill breaks in; and a fight ensues in which he is injured. In a reconciliation, Pamela takes his place as driver and triumphantly wins the race.
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1921
The Old Nest
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MovieJun 28, 1921

The Old Nest

Living in a small town, Dr. and Mrs. Anthon raise a large family. …
Living in a small town, Dr. and Mrs. Anthon raise a large family. Arthur, the oldest child, is killed in a railroad wreck; Tom grows up to be a successful lawyer; Kate marries and lives in New York; Frank becomes a gifted artist in Paris; Jim is sent away from home by his father for stealing; Emily, the youngest, goes to New York to visit Kate and gets married. With home ties severed, the children become forgetful of their parents until one day Jim returns for money. The mother dreams that the train on which her son is returning is imperiled by a wrecked bridge, and when she awakens, terrified, Tom arrives with his brothers and sisters to announce that he has been appointed Attorney General of the United States.
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1920
Edgar, the Explorer
MovieDec 1, 1920

Edgar, the Explorer

Edgar, the Explorer released.
Edgar's Hamlet
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MovieApr 18, 1920

Edgar's Hamlet

Edgar and his schoolmates put on a production of …
Edgar and his schoolmates put on a production of Shakespeare's Hamlet such as the townsfolk have never seen.
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Edgar and the Teacher's Pet
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MovieMar 27, 1920

Edgar and the Teacher's Pet

The story of Edgar Pomeroy, …
The story of Edgar Pomeroy, the first in a series, in which the boy Edgar imagines himself the triumphant master of his fate, revenging himself on a scornful young female classmate. But then the real events are seen in contrast with the ones Edgar has created in his mind.
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1914
Idle Tongues
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MovieDec 21, 1914

Idle Tongues

Idle Tongues is a lost 1924 silent film drama directed by …
Idle Tongues is a lost 1924 silent film drama directed by Lambert Hillyer and produced by Thomas H. Ince, one of his last efforts before his death that year. It starred Percy Marmont and Doris Kenyon and was distributed by First National Pictures.
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1910
Lucille Ricksen
BirthAugust 1910

Lucille Ricksen

Lucille Ricksen was born.
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