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Roger Gray

  • Highest Rated: 100% Ghosts (2007)
  • Lowest Rated: 43% Naughty Marietta (1935)
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  • A tall (6'2"), gangly supporting actor onscreen from the early '30s, Roger Gray played James Cagney's sailor pal in the "Shanghai Lil" number in Footlight Parade (1933) and was Celano, a Philippine bandit masquerading as a sailor (named "Brooklyn," no less), in Come on Marines (1934). Those were perhaps the highlights of a career mainly constituted by unbilled, bit roles as cops, military officers, small-time gangsters, and even the occasional sheriff (Oh, Susannah!, 1936). Gray made his final screen appearance in yet another unbilled bit part in Gaslight (1944). He also appeared on television in the early '50s, and made his final screen appearance in 1958's Gang War.

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100% Ghosts Police Officer 2007
No Score Yet Redhead from Manhattan Fisherman 1943
No Score Yet You Belong to Me Caretaker 1941
No Score Yet The Durango Kid Jergens 1940
60% Angels over Broadway Gambler 1940
100% The Westerner Eph Stringer 1940
100% Road to Singapore Father 1940
No Score Yet My Son Is Guilty Workman 1940
No Score Yet Barefoot Boy Pop 1938
No Score Yet Professor Beware Brawler, Hand Gag 1938
100% You and Me Bathhouse 1938
No Score Yet Swing Your Lady Hillbilly 1938
No Score Yet Double Wedding Mike 1937
93% Captains Courageous Nate Rogers 1937
No Score Yet Oh, Susanna! Sage City Judge 1937
100% Fury Stranger 1936
No Score Yet Everyman's Law Lobo Kid 1936
No Score Yet Rebellion Honeycutt 1936
92% Barbary Coast Sandy Ferguson 1935
43% Naughty Marietta Sergeant 1935
78% The Merry Widow Policeman 1934
No Score Yet We Live Again Jailer 1934
No Score Yet Lightning Strikes Twice Casey 1934
100% Footlight Parade Sailor-Pal in "Shanghai Lil" Number 1933


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