Shop by the Stars aisle featuring Charles Ruggles (1886-1970) vintage movie cards, still photos, ephemera, and other collectibles. Los Angeles born actor took to the stage in 1905, made Broadway in 1914, and appeared in his first few films during 1914-15. He spent most of his time on stage until coming to movies full-time in 1929. Funny man Charlie Ruggles was teamed with Mary Boland in 14 Paramount releases between 1932-39, including The Night of June 13th (1932), If I Had a Million (1932), and most memorably in Ruggles of Red Gap (1934). Ruggles was a Hollywood mainstay through 1949, appearing in titles such as Trouble in Paradise (1932), Bringing Up Baby (1938), and yuletide classic It Happened on Fifth Avenue (1947). In 1949 he turned to television, with a return to the movies in the 1960s when he played support in titles including The Parent Trap (1961), Son of Flubber (1963), and his final feature film Follow Me Boys! (1966). Ruggles continued television work throughout the decade. His younger brother was Hollywood director Wesley Ruggles.
Birthday: February 8