He acted in Joseph Stein's play, "Enter Laughing," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Lynn Bari and Alan Mowbray in the cast.
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[on his Father Knows Best
(1954) years, c. 1983] "I wish there was some way I could tell kids not to believe it - the dialogue, the situations, the characters - they were all totally false. The show did everybody a disservice. The girls were always trained to use their feminine wiles, to pretend to be helpless to attract men. The show contributed to a lot of the problems between men and women ...
In July, 1998, Billy Gray settled a libel suit he brought against noted film critic and historian Leonard Maltin
, known for his annual guides on available movies and videos. In all guides from 1974 to 1998, Maltin mistakenly listed Mr. Gray as a real-life drug addict and pusher in the critique of Dusty and Sweets McGee
(1971). Billy appeared in the film only as an actor. Part of the suit brought ...