Cyril Ring

 

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Cyril Ring was an American film actor. He began his career in silent films in 1921. By the time of his final performance in 1951, he had appeared in over 350 films, almost all in small and/or uncredited parts. He is best remembered as a con artist captured and hand-cuffed to fellow con artist Kay Francis at the very end of the Marx Brothers film The Cocoanuts

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Cyril Ring

Born 1892-12-05 (131 years ago) in Boston. Dead 1967-07-17 (74 years).

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Name From To Relationship type
Charlotte Greenwood(Gifta: 1915-07-17–1922) 1915-07-17 1922 Gifta
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Julie Ring, Frances Ring, Blanche Ring

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Cyril Ring was an American film actor. He began his career in silent films in 1921. By the time of his final performance in 1951, he had appeared in over 350 films, almost all in small and/or uncredited parts.

He is best remembered as a con artist captured and hand-cuffed to fellow con artist Kay Francis at the very end of the Marx Brothers film The Cocoanuts.

Content from Wikipedia provided under the terms of Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0).

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