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Who is Aldo Ray?
Aldo Ray was an American actor.
- also known as Aldo DaRe, Aldo Da Re, Rugged Romeo
- born on (89 years ago) in Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor, police officer, voice actor
- died on (24 years ago) in Martinez of laryngeal cancer
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by Michael Weldon
The late Aldo Ray is a general, and the late Angelique Pettyjohn (who had been in hardcore features like Body Talk and Titillation in 1982) is a mind-reader. Also with an unrecognizable Carroll Borland (from Tod Browning's Mark of the ...
by Peter Karsten
Starring Raymond Massey as Cummings, Aldo Ray as Croft, and Cliff Robertson as Hearn, the film was shot in Panama and released by RKO Pictures in 1958. The film significantly modifies the story, including having Croft killed and Hearn the ...
by Eric Michael Mazur
Dewey Martin, Aldo Ray, Anne Collings, Dean Smith, James Griffith. [Mormonism] Seven Samurai. See Shichinin no samurai. 7 Women, 1966. Dir. John Ford. Anne Bancroft, Sue Lyon, Margaret Leighton, Flora Robson, Mildred Dunnock.
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
W: Aldo Ray Minor horror-fantasy: Brother and sister eat virgins to deter ancient death curse The Nightstalker: Darren McGavin The Night Stalker 7987, (USA), Silver Production Corp./Almi, color, 91 mins. W: Charles Napier, Michelle Reese, ...
by Bill Palmer, Karen Palmer, Richard Meyers
Verdi (Aldo Ray) for $50 million dollars. The martial arts and choreography can only be described as embarrassing.
by Vincent Terrace
Aldo Ray Ellen Rayburn Caroline Smith Virginia Tyndall Tracy Reed Deena Tyndall Deena Crowder Kevin Haggerty Scott Brady Executive producer: David Victor Producer: Robert F O'Neill Director: Jerry London Music: Morton Stevens ...
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