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The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram's birthplace in Rathmines, Dublin
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram's birthplace in Rathmines, Dublin
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram's birthplace in Rathmines, Dublin
The Rex Ingram WebsiteIn the uniform of the Royal Canadian Flying Corps, World War One
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram boxing
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram
The Rex Ingram WebsiteBernard Shaw with Alice Terry and Rex Ingram
The Rex Ingram WebsiteDoris Pawn
The Rex Ingram WebsiteMatisse with Rex Ingram
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry and Rex Ingram
The Rex Ingram WebsiteThe Reverend Hitchcock, Rex Ingram, Alice Terry
The Rex Ingram WebsiteJohanna Busby with Rex Ingram
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram with Erich von Stroheim
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram with John Ford
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAntonio Moreno
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry with Ralph Barton
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram, Alice Terry, Ralph Barton
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAn early sketch from 1910, In the Paddock, Baldoyle
The Rex Ingram WebsiteSketch by Rex Ingram for The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAn early sketch from 1910, 11.45am, Grafton Street, shopping
The Rex Ingram WebsiteHead of a Jester (Shorty Ben Mairech)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteMother Earth sculpture
The Rex Ingram WebsiteWar (Head) sculpture
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAfrican Head
The Rex Ingram Websitein Ironmaster, 1912
The Rex Ingram Websitein The Upper Hand, 1914
The Rex Ingram Websitein The Spirit and the Clay, 1914
The Rex Ingram Websitein The Moonshine and the Maid, 1914
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram in Ralph Barton’s Camille (1926)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram with Earl Williams and Lillian Walker in Eve’s Daughter (1914)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram (third from left) in The Ironmaster (1913)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram in the Moonshine Maid and the Man (1914)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteChalice of Sorrow, 1916
The Rex Ingram WebsiteBroken Fetters, 1916
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry in The Day She Paid, directed by Rex Ingram, 1919.
The Rex Ingram WebsiteBroken Fetters, 1916
The Rex Ingram Websitedirecting The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The Rex Ingram WebsiteValentino and Alice Terry practice the tango in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The Rex Ingram WebsiteDirecting Valentino on the set of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry and Ramon Novarro in The Arab, 1924
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram and Ramon Novarro fencing
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex in North Africa making The Arab, 1923
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex making The Arab (1924) in Tunisia
The Rex Ingram WebsiteTrifling Women (half-sheet), courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRudolph Valentino in Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteThe Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, lobby card, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteTurn to the Right, lobby card, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry in Where the Pavement Ends, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteThe Day She Paid (1919), magic lantern slide, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteThe Conquering Power, lobby card, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry in The Prisoner of Zenda, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteJosef Swickard in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, lobby card, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry and Ramon Novarro in Scaramouche, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram and George Siegmann in Scaramouche, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteViolet Mersereau in Broken Fetters (1916)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteTrifling Women (1922)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteUnder Crimson Skies (1920)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteThe Flower of Doom (1917)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteViolet Mersereau in The Little Terror (1917)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex in North Africa making The Arab, 1923
The Rex Ingram WebsiteThe Victorine Studios
The Rex Ingram WebsiteBlasco Ibanez, Alice Terry, Antonio Moreno
The Rex Ingram WebsiteDirecting Antonio Moreno in Mare Nostrum
The Rex Ingram WebsiteMichael Powell
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry and Hubert I. Stowitts in The Magician
The Rex Ingram WebsiteOn the beach at Nice
The Rex Ingram WebsiteOn the beach at Nice
The Rex Ingram WebsiteWith Rev Hitchcock on the set of The Three Passions (1929)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteThe Villa Rex. Photograph © Ruth Barton
The Rex Ingram WebsiteLogo of the Victorine Studios. Photograph © Ruth Barton
The Rex Ingram WebsiteThe joinery at the Victorine Studios. Photograph © Ruth Barton
The Rex Ingram WebsiteEntry to the Victorine Studios. Photograph © Ruth Barton
The Rex Ingram WebsiteOn set of Three Passions: Rex Ingram, Alice Terry, Gladys Cooper, Sir Neville Pearson, Nice 1928.
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRoyal spectators on set of Three Passions: L-R: Captain F.C. Hitchcock, Madame Milivoyevich, H.R.H. Prince Pierre of Montenegro, Alice Terry, Ivan Petrovitch, H.R.H. Princess Violet and “Hadji”, the Prince’s Equerry.
The Rex Ingram WebsiteProduction still Baroud (1932)
The Rex Ingram WebsiteSt George’s Day celebrations, Nice
The Rex Ingram WebsiteAlice Terry and Ivan Petrovich in The Three Passions, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteMare Nostrum lobby card, courtesy of Bill Grantham
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex Ingram Studios, photograph Garry Alderson
The Rex Ingram WebsiteRex in Nice, photograph Garry Alderson