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Ray Enright

AKA Raymond E. Enright

Born: 25-Mar-1896
Birthplace: Anderson, IN
Died: 3-Apr-1965
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Film Director

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Spoilers

Military service: US Army Signal Corps (WWI)

    High School: Los Angeles High School, Los Angeles, CA

    The Man from Cairo (3-Sep-1953)
    Flaming Feather (Feb-1952)
    Kansas Raiders (20-Nov-1950)
    Montana (28-Jan-1950)
    South of St. Louis (6-Mar-1949)
    Return of the Bad Men (17-Jul-1948)
    Coroner Creek (1-Jul-1948)
    Albuquerque (30-Jan-1948)
    Trail Street (19-Feb-1947)
    Man Alive (16-Nov-1945)
    China Sky (21-Apr-1945)
    Gung Ho! (20-Dec-1943)
    The Iron Major (25-Oct-1943)
    Good Luck, Mr. Yates (29-Jun-1943)
    Sin Town (25-Sep-1942)
    The Spoilers (8-May-1942)
    Wild Bill Hickok Rides (31-Jan-1942)
    Law of the Tropics (4-Oct-1941)
    Bad Men of Missouri (26-Jul-1941)
    Thieves Fall Out (3-May-1941)
    The Wagons Roll at Night (25-Apr-1941)
    River's End (10-Aug-1940)
    An Angel from Texas (27-Apr-1940)
    Brother Rat and a Baby (13-Jan-1940)
    On Your Toes (6-Oct-1939)
    The Angels Wash Their Faces (26-Aug-1939)
    Naughty But Nice (23-Jun-1939)
    Going Places (31-Dec-1938)
    Hard to Get (5-Nov-1938)
    Gold Diggers in Paris (1-Jun-1938)
    Swing Your Lady (8-Jan-1938)
    Back in Circulation (25-Sep-1937)
    The Singing Marine (3-Jul-1937)
    Slim (24-Jun-1937)
    Ready, Willing and Able (6-Mar-1937)
    China Clipper (11-Aug-1936)
    Earthworm Tractors (24-Jul-1936)
    Snowed Under (29-Mar-1936)
    We're in the Money (17-Aug-1935)
    Alibi Ike (15-Jun-1935)
    While the Patient Slept (2-Mar-1935)
    The St. Louis Kid (1-Nov-1934)
    Dames (16-Aug-1934)
    The Circus Clown (30-Jun-1934)
    Twenty Million Sweethearts (27-Apr-1934)
    I've Got Your Number (3-Feb-1934)
    Havana Widows (18-Nov-1933)
    The Silk Express (10-Jun-1933)
    Blondie Johnson (25-Feb-1933)
    The Tenderfoot (23-May-1932)
    Play-Girl (12-Mar-1932)
    Scarlet Pages (28-Sep-1930)
    Golden Dawn (14-Jun-1930)

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