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Joey Ray (Joseph Snitzer Ray)

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Biography

Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
Joey Ray was born on September 5, 1904 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA as Joseph Snitzer Ray. He was an actor, known for The Old Man and the Sea (1958), The Big Clock (1948) and Drawing Rumors (1935). He died on April 27, 1958 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Read more...

Actor

Character: Dance Contest Announcer

Follow the Fleet 1936

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Character: 1st Bookie

Carolina Moon 1940

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Character: Joe, Pawnbroker's Assistant

Pop Always Pays 1940

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Character: McGill's Assistant Director

I'm Still Alive 1940

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Character: Colony Club Singer

Unexpected Uncle 1941

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Character: Man in Labor Camp

Hitler's Children 1943

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Character: Ship Reporter

Flight for Freedom 1943

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Character: Police Officer Tom

Gildersleeve's Bad Day 1943

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Character: Pennock's Partner with Whip

California 1947

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Character: Bodyguard to Lasser

Calcutta 1947

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Character: Gunman #2

Force of Evil 1948

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Character: Sam, the Pet Shop Man

My Friend Irma 1949

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Character: Actor in Theatre Group

Red, Hot and Blue 1949

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Character: Prebble's Assistant

The Blue Gardenia 1953

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Character: Bostwick's Second

Francis in the Navy 1955

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Character: New Frontier Patron

Meet Me in Las Vegas 1956

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