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Who is Allene Ray?
Allene Ray was a motion pictures actress from San Antonio, Texas, USA. She moved to Hollywood after winning a motion picture contest in 1920. In 1919, a producer visiting San Antonio met Ray and insisted she take a part in a film he was making. After this success her friends prevailed upon her to enter a contest held by one of the eastern USA magazine companies. Ray was the winner from a field of candidates selected from throughout the United States.
- also known as Allene Burch, Allie Ray
- born on (115 years ago) in San Antonio
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor
- died on (36 years ago) in Temple City of cancer
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by Anthony Slide
queens ̄ included Allene Ray, MollieKing, Marie Walcamp, Arline Pretty, and Grace Darmond. The best known of male serial stars were Eddie Polo, Ben Wilson, Harry Houdini, Elmo Lincoln, Joe Bonomo, and William Desmond. Just asPathé ...
by Geoff Mayer
starring Allene Ray and Walter Miller; The Terror (1928), with Louise Fazenda and Edward Everett Horton; and The Menace (1932), featuring Bette Davis in an ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Pathe, b&w W: Allene Ray, Walter Miller, Frank Lackteen, Charles West, John Webb Dillon, Natalie Warfield, George Kuwa (Charlie Chan), William N. Bailey D: Spencer Gordon Bennet SCR: Frank Leon Smith, from Earl Derr Biggers' ...
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