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Ray Walker was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Walker's career in acting began with his roles in various films like "He Couldn't Take It" (1933), "The Devil's Mate" (1933) and the Charles Ruggles romantic comedy "Goodbye Love" (1933). He also appeared in the comedy "City Limits" (1934) with Frank Craven, "Thirty Day Princess" (1934) with Sylvia Sidney and "Happy Landing" (1934). His film career continued throughout the forties in productions like the Ted Lewis musical "Is Everybody Happy?" (1943), the biopic "Mission to Moscow" (1943) with Walter Huston and "Princess O'Rourke" (1943) with Olivia de Havilland. He also appeared in the musical "Jam Session" (1944) with Ann Miller. Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in "Superman and the Mole Men" (1951), the Billy Elliott western "The Homesteaders" (1953) and "The Blue Gardenia" (1953). He also appeared in the Lloyd Bridges drama "Pride of the Blue Grass" (1954) and the Paul Newman biographical drama "Somebody Up There Likes Me" (1956). Walker was most recently credited in "He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley" (ION Television Network, 2001-02). Walker passed away in October 1980 at the age of 76.
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