Allene Ray (actress)
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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 (114 years ago) in San Antonio
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor
- Marriage with Larry Walker since
- died on (36 years ago) in Temple City of cancer
- "The Fortieth Door"
- "Galloping Hoofs"
- played Jean Morell in "Ten Scars Make a Man"
- "The Way of a Man"
- "The Green Archer"
- "Sunken Silver"
- "Melting Millions"
- played Mary Selby in "Hawk of the Hills"
- "Snowed In"
- "Play Ball"
- "The House Without a Key"
- "The Black Book"
- "The Yellow Cameo"
- "The Terrible People"
- "The Man Without a Face"
- "The Indians Are Coming"
- "The Phantom"
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