John Wray Overview:

Actor, John Wray, was born John Griffith Malloy on Feb 13, 1887 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wray died at the age of 53 on Apr 5, 1940 in Los Angeles, CA .



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Det. Lt. Sheehan: What are you and that Keystone Cop doing here?
Officer Gulliver: Now lookie here, Sheehan, you can't talk that way about me. Remember, I'm Chief of the Studio Police and I got rights! I... I...
Det. Lt. Sheehan: Nature in the raw.

Det. Lt. Sheehan: Say, will you go up to your office and write bad little boy five hundred times?

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Child: Jack (c. 1915)

Character actor with stage experience from 1913, who during the early talkies specialised in tough characters, particularly gangster films. His most notable performance was as the corrupt political boss Mort Bradstreet in the 1930 film 'The Czar of Broadway'.

A lead and character player in such pre-Code films as All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), The Miracle Man (1932) and I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932), among others.

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