Wesley Ruggles, brother of Charles Ruggles, started his film career as a Keystone Cop and supporting comedy player ca. 1914.
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Wesley Ruggles was born June 11, 1889 in LA, CA and is the brother of Charles Ruggles; he started his film career as a Keystone
Cop and supporting comedy player ca. 1914; he appeared in Chaplin shorts such as The bank (1915) and Triple trouble (1918);
his directing career spanned 1918-46 and he is best known for Silk stockings, Cimarron, and I'm no angel; he died in 1972.
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