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Alicia Ramsey

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Alicia Ramsey (1864-1933) was a British playwright and screenwriter.

Her name is sometimes given as Alice Ramsey. She was born Alice Joanna Royston before she married the actor Cecil Ramsey. She later married Rudolph de Cordova with whom she collaborated on several works. Several of her plays were turned into films in the silent era.

Selected works


  • Byron (1908)
  • Screenplays

  • Eve's Daughter (1918)
  • The Two Brides (1919)
  • The Spark Divine (1919)
  • Rob Roy (1922)
  • Silent Evidence (1922)
  • Young Lochinvar (1924)
  • The Money Habit (1924)
  • The Desert Sheik (1924)
  • The Love Story of Aliette Brunton (1924)
  • The Presumption of Stanley Hay, MP (1925)
  • King of the Castle (1925)
  • One Colombo Night (1926)
  • References

    Alicia Ramsey Wikipedia

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