biographyBorn Aldo DaRe in Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania, on September 25, 1926, movie heavy Aldo Ray was born into a large Italian family and grew up in northern California. He entered the Navy in 1944 at age 18 and served as a frogman during World War II. After his discharge, Ray studied political science at the University of California. In 1950, Ray was working as a peace officer in Crockett, California, when he was discovered for films by a Columbia talent scout. By chance Ray landed a role in the Columbia drama Saturday's Hero (1951; with John Derek), and his performance was good enough for Columbia to sign him to a contract.
LEFT and CENTER: Photos of Aldo Ray, circa 1950s. RIGHT: Ray with his second wife, actress Jeff Donnell, in 1954
After a brief first marriage in 1947 that produced a daughter, Ray married actress and fellow Columbia contract player Jeff Donnell in 1954, but they parted ways two years later. Ray wed his third wife in 1960 and, after welcoming two sons, got divorced again in 1967. Emotionally and financially battered by three failed marriages and child support, Ray remained single for the rest of his life.
the films of aldo ray
The Marrying Kind (1952)
The Naked and the Dead (1958)
From the World War II drama The Naked and the Dead. LEFT: With Cliff Robertson. CENTER and RIGHT: With Barbara Nichols
The Day They Robbed the Bank of England (1960)
From MGM's late noir release The Day They Robbed the Bank of England. LEFT: With Albert Sharpe and Kieron Moore. RIGHT: Lobby card images
Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (1966)
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? (1966)
From the low-budget action picture Kill a Dragon with Jack Palance
And Hope to Die (1972)
later yearsRay found good roles hard to come by in the 1970s and 1980s, but somehow he managed to keep working in exploitation and horror films; Ray even acted (but remained clothed) in a late 1970s porno titled Sweet Savage (1979; with Carol Connors). Never earning much money and struggling with alcohol, Ray was often financially strapped and had to make ends meet by appearing in low-budget films. Even during his seven-year contract with Columbia, Ray never earned more than $600 per week. By the 1980s, however, he began to turn his life and career around. Some of his films from the 1980s include Bog (1983; with Marshall Thompson), Vultures (1983; with Yvonne De Carlo), Evils of the Night (1985; with Tina Louise and Julie Newmar), and Terror Night (1987; with John Ireland and Cameron Mitchell). In late 1989, Ray was diagnosed with throat cancer and passed away on March 27, 1991, just two months after the release of his final film, Shock 'Em Dead (1991; with Troy Donahue and Traci Lords). He was 64 years old. Ray was survived by two sons, a daughter, and a grandchild.
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Tracy & Hepburn: The Signature Collection [DVD] DVD
One of Hollywood's most famous on- and off-screen pairings got its start in the crackerjack comedy "Woman of the Year" (1942). Spencer Tracy plays the gruff New York sports reporter who falls for international affairs writer Katharine Hepburn, but after they wed their competing careers threaten the marriage. With Reginald Owen, William Bendix; George Stevens directs. And, crisp direction from George Cukor and "cherce" Ruth Gordon/Garson Kanin dialogue highlight "Pat and Mike" (1952), a comedy about a shady sports promoter (Tracy) and his latest find, a college gym teacher (Hepburn). With William Ching, Aldo Ray, and early appearances by Charles Bronson and Chuck Connors. Four-disc set also includes "Adam's Rib" and the documentary "The Spencer Tracy Legacy: A Tribute By Katharine Hepburn." 6 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; theatrical trailers.
Pat And Mike [DVD](1952) DVD
Crisp direction from George Cukor and "cherce" Ruth Gordon/Garson Kanin dialogue highlight this comedy about shady sports promoter Spencer Tracy and his latest find, college gym teacher Katharine Hepburn. With William Ching, Aldo Ray, and early appearances by Charles Bronson and Chuck Connors. 95 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French; theatrical trailers.
Let's Do It Again [DVD](1953) DVD
This charming musical remake of the 1937 screwball romance "The Awful Truth" finds a composer's wife (Jane Wyman) itching to teach her unfaithful husband (Ray Milland) a thing or two about jealousy. Embarking upon a plan to fake an affair to stoke her spouse's outrage, she finds herself surprisingly pursued for real by an Alaskan millionaire (Aldo Ray). Valerie Bettis, Leon Ames co-star. Songs include "Anyone but You," "These Are the Things I Remember," and the title tune. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
The Films Of Rita Hayworth [DVD] DVD
A British theatrical troupe continues to perform during the London blitz, in "Tonight and Every Night" (1945), a sprightly, song-filled drama that features Rita Hayworth as an American singer who falls for an RAF pilot. With Leslie Brooks, Janet Blair; songs include the title tune, "The Boy I Left Behind," "Cry and You Cry Alone." Next, "Salome" (1953) is a revisionist retelling of the Biblical story, starring Hayworth as the princess who performs the seductive Dance of the Seven Veils in an effort to save the life of John the Baptist. With Judith Anderson, Stewart Granger, and Charles Laughton as Herod. And, Hayworth stars as a bawdy playgirl on a Pacific island after WWII whose encounters with a hypocritical minister (Jose Ferrer) lead violence, in "Miss Sadie Thompson" (1953), a musical vers ion of a short story by Somerset Maugham. Songs include "The Heat Is On," "Hear No Evil, Seek No Evil," "Blue Pacific Blues." Five-disc set also includes "Cover Girl" and "Gilda." 8 1/3 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); audio commentary; featurettes.
Three Stripes In The Sun [DVD](1955) DVD
Visiting Tokyo after the end of World War II, American military man Aldo Ray finds himself unable to contain his prejudice against the Japanese people. A chance meeting with a beautiful translator (Mitsuko Kimura) that turns to romance and firsthand encounters with Japanese orphans finally lead the soldier to open his closed mind. Romantic drama co-stars Philip Carey, Dick York, and Chuck Connors. 93 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
We're No Angels [DVD](1955) DVD
Classic offbeat comedy focuses on a trio of convicts (Humphrey Bogart, Aldo Ray and Peter Ustinov) who escapes from Devil's Island and seeks refuge with a bumbling French shopkeeper (Leo G. Carroll) and his family. As they get mixed up in a plan to help Carroll get out from under the boot of his domineering cousin and boss (Basil Rathbone), the boys begin to wonder if life was easier on the inside. Joan Bennett, Gloria Talbott also star. 105 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English.
Battle Cry (1955)/Battleground [DVD](1949) DVD
Based on the Leon Uris novel, the gritty war saga "Battle Cry" follows a group of marines from basic training to combat fighting during World War II. Van Heflin is the disciplinarian major who whips his men into shape, while Aldo Ray and Tab Hunter are among the jarheads prepping for battle and dealing with domestic predicaments. Mona Freeman, Nancy Olson, James Whitmore, Raymond Massey, and John Lupton also star; directed by Raoul Walsh ("White Heat"). Then "Battleground" is an Oscar-winning account of the Battle of the Bulge, and the American foot soldiers who were trapped by the Germans in Bastogne during the fighting. Van Johnson, John Hodiak, Ricardo Montalban and George Murphy star in this stirring wartime drama, directed by William Wellman. 266min. total on two discs. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; theatrical trailer; bonus short "Little Rural Riding Hood" (1949).
Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics II [DVD] DVD
Director Fritz Lang's "Human Desire" (1954), based on the Zola novel and Renoir film "La Bete Humaine," stars Glenn Ford as a railroad engineer who has an affair with Gloria Grahame, the wife of co-worker Broderick Crawford, after finding out the couple are responsible for a murder. Detective Fred MacMurray gets mixed up with a suspected bank robber's girlfriend (Kim Novak), leading to deception and double-crosses, in "Pushover" (1954). With Phil Carey, Dorothy Malone, E.G. Marshall. "The Brothers Rico" (1957) finds a former Mafia accountant pulled back into the dangerous world of organized crime when he learns the Mob wants to eliminate his siblings. Richard Conte, James Darren, Paul Picerni star. Falsely accused of robbery and murder, fugitive Aldo Ray seeks help from mysterious beauty Anne Bancroft in "Nightfall" (1957), co-starring Brian Keith. And Los Angeles becomes a "City of Fear" (1959) as authorities try to locate an escaped convict in possession of a deadly radioactive explosive. With Vince Edwards, Patricia Blair, John Archer. 7 hrs. total on five discs. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); featurettes; theatrical trailers.
God's Little Acre [DVD](1958) DVD
Erskine Caldwell's best-selling novel about the loves and lives of Georgia farmers receives a lusty adaptation in this superb drama. When a poor, white sharecropper becomes convinced that gold is buried on his property, he begins digging on his land instead of cultivating it--resulting in financial and family problems. Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray, Buddy Hackett, Jack Lord star. 118 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
Welcome To Hard Times (Remastered Edition) [DVD](1967) DVD
Offbeat sagebrusher stars Henry Fonda as the feckless mayor of a tiny frontier town who does nothing as a lone marauder (Aldo Ray) literally lays the place and populace to ruin singlehandedly. Remorseful over his cowardice and failure, he strives to lead the remaining townsfolk in rebuilding, but the threat of the menace returning continues to linger. Director Burt Kennedy's adaptation of the E.L. Doctorow novel co-stars Keenan Wynn, Janice Rule, Janice Paige, Warren Oates. 103 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Kill A Dragon [DVD](1967) DVD
A small island off the coast of Hong Kong becomes a hotbed of action when a dangerous stash of nitroglycerin washes up on the beach and the locals lay claim to it. But the ruthless gangster (Fernando Lamas) whom it belongs to wants it back, and he's willing to blow everyone up if he doesn't get it. Only a grizzled American mercenary (Jack Palance) and his team of martial arts experts can save the day. Aldo Ray also stars in this thrilling adventure tale. 91 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.
Riot On Sunset Strip [DVD](1967) DVD
When a group of rowdy teenagers starts hanging out on the Sunset Strip, a police lieutenant (Aldo Ray) is caught between the local business owners who want the punks cleared out and his own instinct to protect the kids' rights. Will his attitude change when his daughter (Mimsy Farmer) gets mixed up with the teens? Michael Evans, Laurie Mock, Tim Rooney co-star in this involving drama. 86 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.
The Power [DVD](1968) DVD
Why are top scientists being murdered one by one? Is it possible that the killer actually possesses psychic powers? Can suave leading man George Hamilton and gorgeous leading lady Suzanne Pleshette figure out what the maniac really wants? Why are you still reading this instead of watching this imaginative sci-fi thriller based on the Frank M. Robinson novel, boasting a musical score by Miklos Rozsa? With Yvonne De Carlo, Richard Carlson, Aldo Ray, and Nehemiah Persoff. 109 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
The Green Berets [DVD](1968) DVD
First major Hollywood production to deal with war in Vietnam. John Wayne leads the Special Forces troops against the deadly and determined enemy. Flame throwers, helicopter crashes, jungle tortures and strafing. 135 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English, French, Spanish; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; filmographies; production notes; scene access; theatrical trailers; documentary.
The Green Berets [Blu-ray](1968)
The first major Hollywood production to deal with the Vietnam War, this powerful drama stars John Wayne as a tough Marine colonel who leads a squad of Green Berets on a dangerous mission to capture a Viet Cong general. Accompanied by a journalist who is skeptical about the fighting, the men push their skills to the limit while facing off against the enemy. With David Janssen, Jim Hutton, Aldo Ray. 142 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby TrueHD 5.1, Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish, French; featurette; theatrical trailer.
Little Moon And Jud McGraw [DVD](1972) DVD
Gritty and violent western with James Caan as a gunman, fresh out of the big house and obsessed with finding the men responsible for his family's murder, who teams with Native American Stefanie Powers in a quest for vengeance. Aldo Ray, Sammy Davis, Jr. also star. AKA: "Bronco Busters," "Gone with the West." 92 min. Soundtrack: English.
The Centerfold Girls [DVD](1974) DVD
This softcore favorite from the waning days of drive-ins features a top-notch cast that includes Tiffany Bolling, Jennifer Ashley, Andrew Prine, and Aldo Ray. The story involves a group of gorgeous magazine models who become the targets of a demented serial killer. These pin-ups are soon to be dead centerfolds! 93 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; TV spots; radio spots; featurette; theatrical trailers.
Seven Alone [DVD](1974) DVD
After their parents die en route from Missouri to Oregon in the mid-1800s, seven children are determined to complete the 2,000-mile trek themselves. Based on a true story that inspired the book by Honore Morrow, this marvelous family adventure stars Stewart Peterson, Dewey Martin, Aldo Ray. 95 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1.
Inside Out [DVD](1975) DVD
Con man Telly Savalas, former German officer James Mason, and explosives expert Robert Culp team up to execute a dangerous plan to free a German war criminal from prison. The breakout is key to the trio's obtaining a secret cache of gold hidden by none other than Adolf Hitler! Thrill-a-second suspense marks this colorful caper film. Aldo Ray, Constantine Gregory co-star. 97 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Psychic Killer [DVD](1975) DVD
This paranormal shocker stars Jim Hutton as a mental patient who finds himself suddenly imbued with psychic powers while hospitalized on a trumped-up murder charge. When he emerges from his confinement, he starts using his powers of astral projection in grisly fashion against those who've wronged him. Julie Adams, Neville Brand, and Aldo Ray co-star. 89 min. Soundtrack: English.
The Lucifer Complex [DVD](1978) DVD
A secret island prison is the headquarters for a modern-day Nazi scheme to rebuild the Third Reich by replacing the world's leaders with identical clones. Robert Vaughn is the espionage agent dispatched by the United Nations to foil the plot and save the planet. Shocks, suspense, and action abound in this thrilling sci-fi tale also starring Keenan Wynn, Aldo Ray, Merrie Lynn Ross. 91 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Hi-Riders (1978)/The Bad Bunch (1976) [DVD] DVD
High-torque drag racing action is the name of the game in B-movie auteur Greydon Clark's "Hi-Riders," the story of thrill-seeking drivers who'll "burn up anything on four wheels or two legs." Mel Ferrer, Stephen McNally, Darby Hinton, and Neville Brand star. Next, director/co-scripter Clark plays a Vietnam vet whose quest to deliver a letter to a fallen black comrade's family in Watts puts him in the middle of a explosive racial divide in "The Bad Bunch." With Tom Johnigarn, Jock Mahoney, Aldo Ray. AKA: "Tom." 172 min. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; interviews.
Haunts [DVD](1977) DVD
You'll be looking over your shoulder while you're watching this shocker. A small farm town is held in the grip of fear by several brutal assaults and murders of local girls, and a beautiful, withdrawn young woman claims to have been the killer's latest victim...but is the truth behind the crimes even more chilling? May Britt, Cameron Mitchell, and Aldo Ray star. 97 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Search And Destroy (1979)/The Glove [DVD](1979) DVD
First, a Vietnam vet (Perry King) accused of killing the members of his old unit must find the real culprit before he can complete his "Search and Destroy" mission. Don Stroud, Tisa Farrow and George Kennedy co-star. Next, a professional bounty hunter (John Saxon) faces his biggest challenge when he tracks down an escaped convict (Rosey Grier) who is armed with "The Glove," a steel-enhanced gauntlet. And remember, if the glove fits, the action don't quit. With Joanna Cassidy, Jack Carter, Aldo Ray. AKA: "The Glove: Lethal Terminator." 185 min. total. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
The Secret Of NIMH (Family Fun Edition) [DVD](1982) DVD
An animated, fascinating family favorite about a widowed mouse who seeks the help of a young crow, a wise owl, and some mysterious, intelligent rats who are indebted to her late husband to save her family's home from a farmer's plow. Features the vocal talents of Peter Strauss, Dom DeLuise and Hermione Baddeley; listen for the voice of Shannen Doherty as Teresa. 82 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital Surround, Spanish Dolby Digital Surround, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; audio commentary; featurette; games. Two-disc set.
The Secret Of NIMH [Blu-ray](1982)
An animated, fascinating family favorite about a widowed mouse who seeks the help of a young crow, a wise owl, and some mysterious, intelligent rats who are indebted to her late husband to save her family's home from a farmer's plow. Features the vocal talents of Peter Strauss, Dom DeLuise, and Hermione Baddeley; listen for the voice of Shannen Doherty as Teresa. 82 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Evils Of The Night [DVD](1985) DVD
Spine-tingling sci-fi chiller finds a trio of aliens landing on Earth and setting out to capture teenagers and drain them of their life-giving blood. Luckily, the woods near their base are filled with sex-crazed adolescents oblivious to the danger around them! John Carradine, Tina Louise, Julie Newmar, Aldo Ray, and future XXX icons Jerry Butler and Amber Lynn star. 85 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; photo gallery; theatrical trailer.
Bloody Movie [DVD](1987) DVD
A deranged killer gets to live out his crazed fantasies while roaming around the abandoned Hollywood estate of a late matinee idol in this witty and underrated 1980s slasher flick. Taking on the guises of the beloved actor's greatest characters, the mysterious madman teaches a variety of victims that life in Tinseltown can be murder. Cameron Mitchell, John Ireland, Aldo Ray, and--in his final film role--Alan Hale, Jr. star. AKA: "Terror Night." 90 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; theatrical trailer.
Star Slammer [DVD](1988) DVD
Outer space action and thrills, as a voluptuous "star babe" is sentenced to a prison ship and must face an array of extraterrestrial horrors before she gets her chance at revenge. Sandy Brooke, Ross Hagen, Aldo Ray, John Carradine star. AKA: "Prison Ship," "Adventures of Taura," "Star Slammer: The Escape." 86 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital Surround.
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Shock 'Em Dead (1991) with Traci Lords and Troy Donahue
Crime of Crimes (1989) with David Carradine
Blood Red (1989) with Eric Roberts, Dennis Hopper, Carlin Glynn, and Michael Madsen
Hollywood Cop (1988) with Jim Mitchum, Cameron Mitchell, and Troy Donahue
Hateman (1987) with Cameron Mitchell and Chuck Mitchell
Bloody Movie (1987) with Cameron Mitchell, Michelle Bauer, Dan Haggerty, Alan Hale Jr., and John Ireland
The Sicilian (1987) with Christopher Lambert, Terence Stamp, and John Turturro
Terror on Alcatraz (1986)
Evils of the Night (1985) with Neville Brand, Tina Louise, John Carradine, and Julie Newmar
Flesh and Bullets (1985) with Yvonne De Carlo, Cornel Wilde, and Cesar Romero
To Kill a Stranger (1985) with Dean Stockwell and Donald Pleasence
Biohazard (1984) with Angelique Pettyjohn, Carroll Borland, and Fred Olen Ray
The Executioner, Part II (1984) with Christopher Mitchum
Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie (1984) with Donald Pleasence, Yvonne Furneaux, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and June Wilkinson
Star Slammer (1984) with Ross Hagen and Vivian Schilling
Vultures (1983) with Stuart Whitman, Yvonne De Carlo, Greg Mullavy, Meredith MacRae, and Jim Bailey
Bog (1983) with Gloria DeHaven and Marshall Thompson
Boxoffice (1982) with Eddie Constantine and Edie Adams
Dark Sanity (1982)
Sanctuary for Evil (1981) with Linnea Quigley
When I Am King (1981) with Stuart Whitman
Human Experiments (1980) with Jackie Coogan, Geoffrey Lewis, and Lurene Tuttle
The Haunted (1979) with Virginia Mayo
Sweet Savage (1979) with Carol Connors
Death Dimension (1978) with Jim Kelly, Harold Sakata, George Lazenby, and Terry Moore; directed by Al Adamson
The Glove: Lethal Terminator (1978) with John Saxon, Rosey Grier, Joanna Cassidy, Joan Blondell, Jack Carter, and Keenan Wynn
The Great Skycopter Rescue (1978) with Russell Johnson
The Lucifer Complex (1978) with Robert Vaughn and Keenan Wynn
Haunts (1977) with May Britt and Cameron Mitchell
The Father Kino Story (1977) with Richard Egan, Ricardo Montalban, John Ireland,
Cesar Romero, Rory Calhoun, Keenan Wynn, John Russell, and Victor Jory
The Man Who Would Not Die (1976) with Dorothy Malone and Keenan Wynn
Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976)
Gone with the West (1975) with James Caan, Stefanie Powers, Robert Walker Jr., and Sammy Davis Jr.
Psychic Killer (1975) with Paul Burke, Jim Hutton, Julie Adams, Neville Brand, Rod Cameron, Whit Bissell, and Greydon Clark; directed by Ray Danton
Inside Out (1975) with Telly Savalas, Robert Culp, and James Mason
Promise Him Anything (1975) with Eddie Albert, Frederic Forrest, Meg Foster, Tom Ewell, and Joyce Jameson
Seven Alone (1974) with Dewey Martin
The Centerfold Girls (1974) with Ray Danton, Jeremy Slate, Andrew Prine, Tiffany Bolling, and Francine York
The Bad Bunch (1973) with Jock Mahoney, Greydon Clark, and Jacqueline Cole; directed by Greydon Clark
The Dynamite Brothers (1973) with Carol Speed
And Hope to Die (1972) with Robert Ryan and Tisa Farrow
Angel Unchained (1970) with Don Stroud, Tyne Daly, and Bill McKinney
Deadlock (1969) with Roger Bowen, Ruby Dee, Dana Elcar, Max Julien, Leslie Nielsen, and Fred Williamson
Suicide Commandos (1968)
The Green Berets (1968) with John Wayne, David Janssen, Jim Hutton, Bruce Cabot, Jack Soo, Patrick Wayne, Jason Evers, and Mike Henry
The Power (1968) with George Hamilton, Suzanne Pleshette, Richard Carlson, Yvonne De Carlo, Earl Holliman, Gary Merrill, Barbara Nichols, and Michael Rennie
Kill a Dragon (1967) with Jack Palance and Fernando Lamas
The Violent Ones (1967) with Fernando Lamas, Tommy Sands, David Carradine, and Lisa Gaye
Welcome to Hard Times (1967) with Henry Fonda, Janice Rule, Keenan Wynn, Janis Paige, Warren Oates, Fay Spain, Edgar Buchanan, Denver Pyle, and Lon Chaney Jr.
Riot on Sunset Strip (1967) with Mimsy Farmer, Tim Rooney, and Hortense Petra
Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (1966) with James Coburn and Todd Armstrong
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? (1966) with James Coburn, Dick Shawn, Harry Morgan, and Carroll O'Connor
Nightmare in the Sun (1965) with Ursula Andress, John Derek, Sammy Davis Jr., Robert Duvall, Chick Chandler, George Tobias, Lurene Tuttle, and Keenan Wynn
Sylvia (1965) with Carroll Baker, George Maharis, Joanne Dru, Peter Lawford, Viveca Lindfors, Edmond O'Brien, Ann Sothern, Lloyd Bochner, and Nancy Kovack
Johnny Nobody (1961) with William Bendix
Musketeers of the Sea (1960) with Pier Angeli and Robert Alda
The Day They Robbed the Bank of England (1960) with Peter O'Toole and Kieron Moore
Four Desperate Men (1959)
God's Little Acre (1958) with Robert Ryan, Buddy Hackett, Jack Lord, Fay Spain, Tina Louise, Vic Morrow, Lance Fuller, and Michael Landon
The Naked and the Dead (1958) with Cliff Robertson, Raymond Massey, Lili St. Cyr, Barbara Nichols, William Campbell, James Best, Joey Bishop, and Max Showalter
Men in War (1957) with Robert Ryan
Nightfall (1957) with Brian Keith, Anne Bancroft, James Gregory, and Frank Albertson
Three Stripes in the Sun (1955) with Philip Carey, Dick York, and Chuck Connors
We're No Angels (1955) with Humphrey Bogart, Peter Ustinov, Joan Bennett, Basil Rathbone, Leo G. Carroll, and Gloria Talbott
Battle Cry (1955) with Van Heflin, Mona Freeman, Nancy Olson, James Whitmore, Raymond Massey, Tab Hunter, Dorothy Malone, Anne Francis, William Campbell, and John Lupton
Miss Sadie Thompson (1953) with Rita Hayworth, Jose Ferrer, Peggy Converse, and Charles Bronson
Let's Do It Again (1953) with Jane Wyman and Ray Milland
Pat and Mike (1952) with Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn
The Marrying Kind (1952) with Judy Holliday and Mickey Shaughnessy
Saturday's Hero (1951) with John Derek and Donna Reed
My True Story (1951) with Helen Walker
The Houndcats, 1972-1973 NBC animated TV series. Ray voiced the role of Muscle Mutt
TELEVISION GUEST APPEARANCES
Falcon Crest, episode Strange Bedfellows, originally aired December 13, 1985
CHiPs, episode High Octane, originally aired October 6, 1979
Marcus Welby, M.D., episode The Tidal Wave, originally aired October 28, 1975
S.W.A.T., episode The Vendetta, originally aired October 11, 1975
Movin' On, episode The Trick Is to Stay Alive, originally aired October 10, 1974
Bonanza, episode Riot, originally aired October 3, 1972
Love, American Style, episode Love and the Advice Givers/Love and the Geisha/Love and Take Me Along, originally aired November 10, 1969
The Danny Thomas Hour, episode Fame Is a Four-Letter Word, originally aired October 30, 1967
Run for Your Life, episode The Face of the Antagonist, originally aired January 30, 1967
The Virginian, episode Jacob Was a Plain Man, originally aired October 12, 1966
Daniel Boone, episode The Trek, originally aired October 21, 1965
Bonanza, episode The Wild One, originally aired October 4, 1964
Burke's Law, episode Who Killed Andy Zygmunt?, originally aired March 13, 1964
Kraft Suspense Theatre, episode The Deep End, originally aired January 2, 1964
Ben Casey, episode Little Drops of Water, Little Grains of Sand, originally aired October 30, 1963
Alcoa Premiere, episode Lollipop Louie, originally aired January 10, 1963
The Virginian, episode Big Day, Great Day, originally aired October 24, 1962
Naked City, episode Idylls of a Running Back, originally aired September 26, 1962
Frontier Circus, episode The Depths of Fear, originally aired October 5, 1961
Riverboat, episode Payment in Full, originally aired September 13, 1959
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, episode K.O. Kitty, originally aired December 8, 1958
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