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Josephine Ditt was a film actress in the United States. She appeared in numerous silent films and married Tom Ricketts. Her role in Damaged Goods was described as one of the most difficult ever conceived.
- Damaged Goods (1914 film)
- In the Candlelight (1914)
- The Town of Nazareth (1914)
- In the Twilight (1915)
- The House of Scandals
- Secretary of Frivolous Affairs
- TIMES, Special to THE NEW YORK (January 21, 1939). "THOMAS RICKETTS, PIONEER OF MOVIES; Man Who Directed the First Hollywood Picture Dies in Dire Straits at 86 DEVELOPED EARLY STARS J.W. Kerrigan, Ethel Clayton and Bryant Washburn Were Among His 'Discoveries' Discovered" First Stars Directed Bronco Billy Many Pictures Followed" – via NYTimes.com.
- "The Movie Magazine: A National Motion Picture Magazine". 1915.
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