Raymond B. West

Raymond B. West (February 11, 1886 – September 11, 1923) was an American motion picture director.wikipedia
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Civilization (film)

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His most significant films include The Wolf Woman and Civilization.
Civilization is a 1916 American pacifist allegorical drama film produced by Thomas H. Ince, written by C. Gardner Sullivan and Edward Sloman, and directed by Ince, Reginald Barker and Raymond B. West.

The Wolf Woman

His most significant films include The Wolf Woman and Civilization.
It was directed by Raymond B. West and produced by Thomas H. Ince, the screenplay was written by C. Gardner Sullivan.

The Quakeress

The Quakeress (1913) (director)
Directed by Raymond B. West for the Broncho Motion Picture Company, the screenplay was written by J. G. Hawks.

The Witch of Salem

The Witch of Salem (1913) (director)
The Witch of Salem is a 1913 American silent short drama film directed by Raymond B. West and produced by Thomas H. Ince.

Borrowed Plumage

Borrowed Plumage (1917) (director)
Borrowed Plumage is a 1917 silent film comedy-adventure directed by Raymond B. West and starring Bessie Barriscale.

Chicago

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West was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1886 and attended De La Salle College there.

Thomas H. Ince

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He moved to Los Angeles in 1910 and began working as a motion picture director for Thomas H. Ince at the New York Motion Picture Company, the second motion picture studio to begin operating in Southern California.

George Beban

West's first important motion picture was The Alien based on George Beban's play The Sign of the Rose.

Bessie Barriscale

During his ten-year career as a director, he worked with some of the biggest movie stars of the 1910s, including Bessie Barriscale, Charles Ray, William Desmond, Dorothy Dalton and Louise Glaum.

Charles Ray (actor)

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During his ten-year career as a director, he worked with some of the biggest movie stars of the 1910s, including Bessie Barriscale, Charles Ray, William Desmond, Dorothy Dalton and Louise Glaum.

William Desmond (actor)

William Desmond
During his ten-year career as a director, he worked with some of the biggest movie stars of the 1910s, including Bessie Barriscale, Charles Ray, William Desmond, Dorothy Dalton and Louise Glaum.

Dorothy Dalton

During his ten-year career as a director, he worked with some of the biggest movie stars of the 1910s, including Bessie Barriscale, Charles Ray, William Desmond, Dorothy Dalton and Louise Glaum.

Louise Glaum

During his ten-year career as a director, he worked with some of the biggest movie stars of the 1910s, including Bessie Barriscale, Charles Ray, William Desmond, Dorothy Dalton and Louise Glaum.

West Hollywood, California

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He died in 1923 at his home on Horne Avenue in West Hollywood, California.

All Wrong (film)

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The film was directed by Raymond B. West and William Worthington, to a script by Mildred Considine and Jack Cunningham.

Submarine films

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Civilization (1916) – US allegorical-drama directed by Reginald Barker, Thomas H. Ince, Raymond B. West, et al. depicting pacifist German Count's construction of submarine with order to sink ocean liner Lusitania presumably also carrying enemy munitions; a.k.a. La cruz de la humanidad, a.k.a. Civilização

Rumpelstiltskin (disambiguation)

Rumpelstiltskin (1915 film), an American silent film, directed by Raymond B. West

Suresh Joshi

Ameriki Tunki Varta (1967) is translation of The Short Story in America by Raymond B. West.