A former child actress from Australia, hazel-eyed Ena Gregory would later claim to have appeared in 200 two-reel comedies for producer Hal Roach, a somewhat unlikely number. Leaving Roach, Gregory would make her fair share of B-Westerns, including Blazing Days (1927) with Fred Humes, directed by a very young William Wyler. In the late '20s, Gregory changed her name to Marian Douglas in a futile attempt to escape low-budget action melodramas, but she would continue to appear only in routine films, including the low-budget Aloha (1931) starring Ben Lyon and directed by her husband, Al Rogell. An especially acrimonious divorce from Rogell followed three years later and Gregory left show business entirely after marrying a Hollywood physician in 1937. She later became a real estate dealer in the posh coastal community of Laguna Beach.