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Warner Richmond
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On the right is Warner as henchman "Cherokee" in Tex Ritter's first starring western, SONG OF THE GRINGO (Grand National, 1936).



It's always exciting to receive input from family members and friends of these old movie performers. The following photos are from the collections of Peter Mintun and Jim Clark.

Warner's sister Meta was Jim's great grandmother.

Peter was best friends with Warner's grandson, John W. Richmond, the son of Warner P. Jr. and Barbara Richmond.

Special thanks to Jim and Peter for sharing.



(Courtesy of Peter Mintun)

There's no date or other attributes on this portrait shot of Warner - probably from about 1920 when he was in his mid thirties.



(Courtesy of Jim Clark)

Above and below are Warner and Felice Richmond and the photo below includes Warner P. Jr.

These are from 1922 when they visted Warner's sister Meta and family who were living in Washington D.C.



(Courtesy of Jim Clark)



(Courtesy of Peter Mintun)

From left to right are Warner Richmond, Natalie Moorhead and Gardner James in a production still from the Vitaphone one-reel short no. 3799, VENGEANCE (Vitaphone, 1930).



(Courtesy of Jim Clark)

Above are two images from the gangster/racketeering film QUICK MILLIONS (Fox, 1931), and probably clipped from a pressbook.

The top photo has Warner Richmond (as "Nails" Markey) with Spencer Tracy on the right.

Left to right in the bottom image are George Raft, Warner Richmond (sitting), and Spencer Tracy.


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