Ralph Sanford

May 21, 1899
Springfield, Massachusetts

Bio: Hearty character actor Ralph Sanford made his first screen appearances at the Flatbush studios of Vitaphone Pictures. From 1933 to 1937, Sanford was Vitaphone's resident Edgar Kennedy type, menacing such two-reel stars as Shemp Howard, Roscoe Ates, and even Bob Hope. He moved to Hollywood in 1937, where, after playing several bit roles, he became a semi-regular… More


Ralph Sanford Videos

The Seven Year Itch
2 minutes 24 seconds
River Of No Return
1 minutes 13 seconds
Union Station
2 minutes 15 seconds
Appointment With Danger
2 minutes 24 seconds
Cattle Queen Of Montana
2 minutes 7 seconds

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