Wesley Ruggles (June 11, 1889 – January 8, 1972) was an American film director.
He was born in Los Angeles, a younger brother of actor Charles Ruggles. He began his career in 1915 as an actor, appearing in a dozen or so silent films, on occasion with Charles Chaplin.
In 1917, he turned his attention to directing, making more than 50 mostly forgettable films — including a ... more »
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''A figure with curves always offers a lot of interesting angles.''Wesley Ruggles, U.S. screenwriter. Tira (Mae West), I'm No Angel, seductive take on math and sex (1933).
''I'm no angel, but I've spread my wings a bit.''Wesley Ruggles, U.S. screenwriter. Tira (Mae West), I'm No Angel, description of her reputation (1933). West once said to an interviewer that this...
''One figure can sometimes add up to a lot.''Wesley Ruggles, U.S. screenwriter. Tira (Mae West), I'm No Angel, seductive take on math and sex (1933).
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