John Griffith Wray

Director - USA
Born 1896 in Minnepolis, Minnesota, US
Died July 12, 1929 in Los Angeles, California, USA

John Griffith Wray was born circa in 1896 in Minnepolis, Minnesota, US. He was an American Director, known for The Gilded Butterfly (1926), Hail the Woman (1921), Soul of the Beast (1923), John Griffith Wray's first movie on record is from 1921. John Griffith Wray died on July 12, 1929 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1929.

John Griffith Wray Filmography [Auszug]
1929: [] The Careless Age (Director), with Carmel Myers, Douglas Fairbanks jr., Loretta Young,
1929: [] A Most Immoral Lady (Director), with Leatrice Joy, Walter Pidgeon, Sidney Blackmer,
1927: [01.01] Gateway of the Moon (Director), with Dolores Del Rio, Walter Pidgeon,
1926: [] The Gilded Butterfly (Director), with Bert Lytell, Alma Rubens,
1923: [] Soul of the Beast (Director), with Noah Beery jr., Vola Vale, Larry Steers,
1921: [11.28] Hail the Woman (Director), with Florence Vidor, Charles Meredith, Edward Martindel,

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