~Francis X. Bushman Jr.~
AKA Ralph Bushman

Born: May 1, 1903 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Died: April 16, 1978 (age 74) in Los Angeles, California, USA
~Filmography~
Assignment in Brittany (1943) ... German Lieutenant (uncredited)
Crossroads (1942) ... Giant Policeman (uncredited)
Honky Tonk (1941) ... Frank - Dealer #1 (uncredited)
Love Crazy (1941) ... Uniformed Sanitarium Guard (uncredited)
Boom Town (1940) ... Man with Nitroglycerin (uncredited)

Let Freedom Ring (1939) ... Gagan's Henchman (uncredited)
The Shining Hour (1938) ... Club Sirocco Doorman (uncredited)
Too Hot to Handle (1938) ... Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Think It Over (Short) (1938) ... Tall Detective (uncredited)
Three Comrades (1938) ... Second Comic (uncredited)
The Ship That Died (Short) (1938) ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Of Human Hearts (1938) ... Churchgoer (uncredited)
A Night at the Movies (Short) (1937) ... Ticket Taker (uncredited)
My Dear Miss Aldrich (1937) ... Reporter Larry Hauser (uncredited)
Big City (1937) ... Banquet Doorman (uncredited)
Bad Guy (1937) ... Lineman Driver at Station (uncredited)
They Gave Him a Gun (1937) ... Lieutenant (uncredited)
Master Will Shakespeare (Short) (1936) ... Knight (uncredited)
Hollywood - The Second Step (Short) (1936) ... Billy Grady (as Ralph Bushman)
Caryl of the Mountains (1936) ... Brad Sheridan
I Found Stella Parish (1935) ... Erik in Play (uncredited)
It's in the Air (1935) ... Martin (uncredited)
Don't Bet on Blondes (1935) ... Man Insuring Collar Size 15 (uncredited)
The Murder Man (1935) ... Pendleton (as Ralph Bushman)
When Lightning Strikes (1935) ... Matt Caldwell
The Gay Bride (1935) ... Mirabelle's Pickup (uncredited)
Death on the Diamond (1934) ... Sam Warmack - Cardinal Pitcher (uncredited)
Chained (1934) ... Gun Salesman (uncredited)
The Girl from Missouri (1934) ... Paige's Palm Springs Doorman (uncredited)
Viva Villa! (1934) ... Wallace Calloway
The Three Musketeers (1933) ... Dutch Schmidt
The Last Frontier (1932) ... Jeff Maitland
Tangled Fortunes (1932) ... Jim Collins
Human Targets (1932) ... Bart Travis (as Francis Bushman Jnr. also)
Cyclone Kid (1931) ... Steve Andrews
The Galloping Ghost (1931) ... 'Buddy' Courtland
The Royal Bed (1931) ... Guest at Grand Ball (uncredited)
Spell of the Circus (1931) ... Jack Grant
Way Out West (1930) ... Steve
The Sins of the Children (1930) ... Ludwig Wagenkampf aka Dr. Lawrence Warren
The Girl Said No (1930) ... McAndrews
They Learned About Women (1930) ... Haskins

The Scarlet Arrow (Short) (1928) ... Bob North
Marlie the Killer (1928) ... Bob Cleveland
Four Sons (1928) ... Franz - Her Son
The Understanding Heart (1927) ... Tony Garland
Eyes Right! (1926) ... Ted Winters
Dangerous Traffic (1926) ... Ned Charters
Brown of Harvard (1926) ... Bob McAndrew
Midnight Faces (1926) ... Lynn Claymore
Who's Your Friend (1926) ... Ken Lanning
Never Too Late (1925) ... Johnny Adams
Little Annie Rooney (1925) ... Young Hospital Interne (uncredited)
Away in the Lead (1925) ... The Mining Engineer (as Ralph Bushman)
The Pride of the Force (1925) ... Jack Griffen
The Man Life Passed By (1924) ... Jerry (as Ralph Bushman)
Our Hospitality (1923) ... Canfield's 1st Son (as Ralph Bushman)
It's a Great Life (1920) ... Big Graham (as Ralph Bushman)
Jiggs and the Social Lion (Short) (1920) ... Son (in prologue)
~Biography~
Although he appeared in more than 40 films, Ralph Bushman never became as well known as his father,
silent-movie star Francis X. Bushman. He made his screen debut under his own name in 1920 in It's a
Great Life, but soon gave way to billing himself as Francis X. Bushman Jr. By the 1930s, he was reduced to
playing bit parts, often taking advantage of his 6'4" frame to play some sort of hulking presence. While
Ralph Bushman's film career ended in the mid-'40s, ironically his father's career would outlast his own
by another two decades.

Biography by Richard Gilliam, AllMovie.com