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During his Hollywood career, Tom Barry wrote a variety of screenplays. His passion for writing led to working on movie scripts for "Song O' My Heart" (1930), "Under Suspicion" (1930) and the Ann Harding remake "East Lynne" (1931). Later in his career, Barry wrote "Over the Hill" (1931). Barry passed away in November 1931 at the age of 46.

During his Hollywood career, Tom Barry wrote a variety of screenplays. His passion for writing led to working on movie scripts for "Song O' My Heart" (1930), "Under Suspicion" (1930) and the Ann Harding remake "East Lynne" (1931). Later in his career, Barry wrote "Over the Hill" (1931). Barry passed away in November 1931 at the age of 46.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Godless Girl (1929) Inmates
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 Volcano (1926) Azaline
4.
 Speedy Spurs (1926) The Witch
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 The Bonanza Buckaroo (1926) The maid
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 Border Intrigue (1925) Rita
7.
 Fast Fightin' (1925) The Other Woman
8.
 The Bloodhound (1925) Betty Belleau
9.
 Fast and Fearless (1924) Blanca
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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

Born: January 24, 1895 Illinois
Died: December 15, 1957 Hollywood, CA
Barrye entered the film industry in 1915, joining Universal as a contract player, later working with Cecil B. DeMille as a scriptwriter for “The Crusades.” She also worked for DeMille as a researcher on his film "The Godless Girl," and remained on his payroll for the rest of her life.

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