Friday 5 September 2014

John Ince

Born: 29 August 1878, New York City, New York, USA
Died: 10 April 1947, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
John Ince was a leading man, director and writer during the silent film era. When sound came he stuck with acting. John and his younger brothers Thomas H. Ince and Ralph Ince were pioneers of film production in the early silent era, inventing techniques and creating a huge number of films between them.
Hot Curves (1930) as Baseball team manager, McGrew
John Ince is on the right, with Mike Donlin.
Special Agent K-7 (1936) as Judge J.B. Ellis (uncredited)
John Ince is seated, with Jack Cheatham.


Cash and Carry (1937) as Captain of the Guard (uncredited)

John Ince is on the right, with Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard in a Three Stooges comedy short. Jack Hill is on the far left.

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