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Alexander Gray (I) (1891–1976)

Alexander Gray called himself "a bashful man with a stutter." A native of Pennsylvania, Mr. Gray attended primary and grammar school in Baltimore, Maryland. His summers were spent milking his uncle's cows in Lancaster County, PA. No one would have dreamed that this cow-milking boy would become a recitalist, operetta star, Broadway actor, film ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Song of the Flame Prince Volodya
No, No, Nanette Tom Trainor
The Red Shadow Pierre Bierbeau / The Red Shadow
Passing the Buck Alexander Hamilton


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 1934 Trav'lling the Road (Short)
 1933 Moonlight and Pretzels
Alexander Gray - Singer (song 'Dusty Shoes')
 1932 Passing the Buck (Short)
Alexander Hamilton
 1932/I The Red Shadow (Short)
Pierre Bierbeau / The Red Shadow
 1930 Viennese Nights
Otto Stirner
 1930 The Song of the Flame
Prince Volodya
 1930 Spring Is Here
Terry Clayton
 1930 No, No, Nanette
Tom Trainor
 1929 Sally
Blair Farell
 1929 Show of Shows
Performer in 'Lady Luck' Number
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 1932/I The Red Shadow (Short) (performer: "One Alone", "The Riff Song" - uncredited)
 1930 Spring Is Here ("With a Song in My Heart" (1929), uncredited) / (performer: "Yours Sincerely" (1929), "Have a Little Faith in Me" (1929) - uncredited)
 1929 Sally (performer: "Sally" (1920), "Look for the Silver Lining" (1920), "If I'm Dreaming (Don't Wake Me Too Soon)" (1929), "Wild Rose" (1920) - uncredited)
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 1951-1952 This Is Music (TV Series)
Self - Host
- Episode dated 31 January 1952 (1952) ... Self - Host
- Episode #1.1 (1951) ... Self - Host
 1930 Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 24 (Short)

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Tell Me More (1925). Musical-comedy. based on material by Fred Thompson and William K. Wells. Music by George Gershwin. Directed by John Harwood. Gaiety Theatre: 13 Apr 1925- 11 Jul 1925 (100 performances). As "Kenneth Dennison." Cast included: Maud Andrew, Florence Auer, Jane Brew, Mildred Brown, Cecil Bruner, Phyllis ... See more »


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