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Gail Davis (Betty Jeanne Grayson)

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Biography

Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
Hailed by Gene Autry as the 'perfect western actress', diminutive, pig-tailed Betty Jeanne Grayson had all the genre's prerequisite attributes. The daughter of a prominent Arkansas physician (who went on to became State Health Officer), she had been trained in drama and dance at the University of Texas. More pertinently, she was of an athletic disposition, a keen swimmer, golfer and tennis player. She was also an ace rider (to the extent of performing in rodeos), as well as an expert trick shot. Her arrival in Hollywood happened some time in 1946. Thereafter, sources vary as to how she got into movies. Read more...

Actor

Character: Girl at Parking Lot

They Live by Night 1948

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Character: Eileen MacDonald

Sons of New Mexico 1949

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Character: Molly Tavish

South of Death Valley 1949

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Character: Ann Calvert

Law of the Golden West 1949

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Character: Anne Lamont

Brand of Fear 1949

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Character: Showgirl in Deli

Two Tickets to Broadway 1951

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Character: Arlie Williams

The Old West 1952

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Character: Sandra Higbee

Blue Canadian Rockies 1952

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Character: Connie Weldon

Wagon Team 1952

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Character: Jen Larrabee

On Top of Old Smoky 1953

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Character: Cathy Wheeler

Goldtown Ghost Riders 1953

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Character: Jennifer Coleman

Pack Train 1953

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Character: Bricke Redd

Coffy 1973

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