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Classic Images (US) January 1995, Iss. 235, pg. 39, by: George Katchmer, "Charles Ray"
Classic Images (US) April 1988, Iss. 154, pg. C19-C20, by: Lewis Krohn and Chris Laube, "What Goes Up; Charles Ray"
Classic Images (US) November 1984, Iss. 113, pg. C16-C17, by: Gene Fernett, "The Country Bumpkin Establishes His Own Studio"
Classic Images (US) September 1980, Iss. 71, pg. 54-55, by: Lewis G. Krohn, "The Tragic Figure of Charles Ray (filmography)"
Classic Images (US) July 1980, Iss. 70, pg. 20-23, 48, by: Lewis G. Krohn, "The Tragic Figure of Charles Ray"
Classic Film Collector (US) 1969, Iss. 23 (Spring), pg. 14-15, by: Mike Kornik, "Hayseed [Part I]"
Classic Film Collector (US) 1969, Iss. 24 (Summer), pg. 8-9, 58-59, by: Mike Kornik, "Hayseed [Part II]"
Classic Film Collector (US) 1969, Iss. 25 (Fall), pg. 38-39, by: Mike Kornik, "The Films of Charles Ray"
New York Times (US) November 24 1943, pg. 21:3, "Charles Ray, 52, Silent-Film Star; Noted Portrayer of Shy Youth Dies in Hollywood--Lost Fortune as Producer"
The New Movie Magazine (US) October 1934, pg. 17, by: Nemo, "Hollywood Day by Day"
Moving Picture World (US) August 20 1927, pg. 515, "Posed as Charles Ray's Brother"
Moving Picture World (US) January 8 1927, pg. 113, ill, "Charles Ray"
Moving Picture World (US) December 11 1926, pg. 405, "Ray Going Abroad"
Pictures (US) July 1926, pg. 38-39, 105-06, by: Joan Cross, "The Tragedy of Charlie Ray"
Moving Picture World (US) December 12 1925, pg. 535, "Charles Ray Bankrupt"
Moving Picture World (US) November 7 1925, pg. 41, "Ray Signs with M-G-M"
Movie Magazine (US) November 1925, pg. 102-103, "As We Go to Press [threatened foreclosure on Beverly Hills home]"
Motion Picture Classic (US) October 1925, pg. 49, 73, by: Helen Perrin, "The Tragedy of Charlie Ray"
Moving Picture World (US) September 19 1925, pg. 268, "Ray to Return to Chadwick"
Moving Picture World (US) August 15 1925, pg. 764, "Ray Remains with Chadwick"
Moving Picture World (US) February 28 1925, pg. 909, "Chadwick Signs Charles Ray"
Movie Weekly (US) September 13 1924, pg. 10-11, "Charlie with Home for a Backdrop and Mrs. Ray as Leading Lady"
Movie Weekly (US) September 6 1924, pg. 29:2, "On the Set and Off [First National sues Ray]"
Classic (US) June 1924, pg. 20, 81-82, "'Just a Real Nice Boy'; Charles Ray Says What He Thinks of 'The Courtship of Miles Standish' in an Honest Confession-Is-Good-for-the-Soul Sort of Story"
Moving Picture World (US) March 29 1924, pg. 368, "Charles Ray Signs for Series Under Old Director, Tom Ince"
Movie Weekly (US) December 8 1923, pg. 7, 29, by: David A. Balch, "The Most Human Note in the Movies; Charles Ray, famous delineator of youth on screen, reveals method whereby he climbed to the top of the ladder"
Moving Picture World (US) November 24 1923, pg. 372, "Ray Visits New York"
Moving Picture World (US) November 10 1923, pg. 252, ill, "Charles Ray Achieves Ambition of His Career"
Moving Picture World (US) July 14 1923, pg. 128, "Charles Ray Enterprises to Build Elaborate Studio"
Moving Picture World (US) January 6 1923, pg. 34, "Ray May Leave Screen"
Moving Picture World (US) February 11 1922, pg. 612, ill, "Charles Ray Signs with United Artists; Plans to Make Fewer and Better Pictures; To Remain an Independent Producer"
Moving Picture World (US) January 7 1922, pg. 74, "Charles Ray Gets a Warm Welcome"
Moving Picture World (US) December 31 1921, pg. 1074, "Ray Leaves New York for Tour of South"
Moving Picture World (US) December 24 1921, pg. 948, "Rousing Welcome to Charles Ray in City of Beans and Dignity"
Moving Picture World (US) December 17 1921, pg. 783, by: Sumner Smith, "Charles Ray Stands the Acid Test of Praise at Luncheon for Newspapermen"
Moving Picture World (US) December 10 1921, pg. 676, "Charles Ray Enjoying New York Visit After Formal Welcome by Mayor Hylan"
Moving Picture World (US) December 3 1921, pg. 400, "Charles Ray Is Enjoying First Visit to New York"
Moving Picture World (US) November 26 1921, pg. 400, "Charles Ray Starts on First Trip to New York; Will Arrive Here Nov. 23"
Moving Picture World (US) October 22 1921, pg. 890, ill, "Ray Coming East for First Time in Career"
Moving Picture World (US) July 30 1921, pg. 512, "Ray Injured"
Motion Picture Classic (US) July 1921, pg. 18-19, 75, by: Maude Cheathem, "The Bashful Boy"
Moving Picture World (US) March 12 1921, pg. 166, "Takes Hand at Directing"
Moving Picture World (US) February 12 1921, pg. 841, "Charles Ray Says That Titles and Sub-titles Are Very Important"
Moving Picture World (US) December 25 1920, pg. 1003, ill, "Arthur S. Kane, Back from Coast, Says Charles Ray Will Be Revelation in 1921"
Moving Picture World (US) July 3 1920, pg. 99, "Charles Ray's New Studio at Hollywood Completed; Tank Under Stage a Feature"
Moving Picture World (US) April 17 1920, pg. 449, "Charles Ray Fosters Spirit of Good Will, Says Britisher"
Moving Picture World (US) February 28 1920, pg. 1508, "Charles Ray Studios Ready for Production"
Moving Picture World (US) February 28 1920, pg. 1445, "Charles Ray Soon to Start Work on 'Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway'"
Moving Picture World (US) February 14 1920, pg. 1069, "Charles Ray Completes Final Picture for Tom Ince; Star Now on Vacation"
Moving Picture World (US) February 7 1920, pg. 926, ill, "Arthur S. Kane Signs Charles Ray; First National to Release Pictures"
Moving Picture World (US) May 10 1919, pg. 805, "Ray to Fight Professional Pugilist"
Moving Picture World (US) December 14 1918, pg. 1239, "Ray Putting on Baseball Picture"
Moving Picture World (US) September 21 1918, pg. 1721, "Ray Not to Leave Ince"
Moving Picture World (US) June 2 1917, pg. 1439, ill, "Charles Edward Ray, Jr."
Moving Picture World (US) January 27 1917, pg. 509, ill, "Charles Edward Ray, Jr."
Moving Picture World (US) October 3 1914, pg. 53, ill, "Charles Edward Ray, Jr."
New York Dramatic Mirror (US) August 12 1914, pg. 24:4, "Charles Ray"

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