The Tragic Ending Of Ralph Bellamy, Whatever Happened to Ralph Bellamy?
The mini real story of Ralph Bellamy. Throughout the 1930s and ’40s, Bellamy was regularly seen socially with a select circle of friends known affectionately as the "Irish Mafia," although they preferred the less sensational "Boy’s Club." This group consisted of a group of Hollywood A-listers who were mainly of Irish descent. Others included James Cagney, Pat O’Brien, Spencer Tracy, Lynne Overman, Frank Morgan and Frank McHugh. Bellamy opened the Palm Springs Racquet Club in Palm Springs, California, with fellow actor Charles Farrell in 1934. Bellamy was married four times: first to Alice Delbridge, then to Catherine Willard. On the occasion of his marriage to organist Ethel Smith, Time magazine reported, ""Ralph Bellamy, 41, veteran stage and screen actor; and Ethel Smith, 32, thin, Tico-Tico-famed cinema electric organist; he for the third time, she for the second; in Harrison, N.Y." She was in fact 42 years old at the time. Bellamy’s fourth wife was Alice Murphy.
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