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Ozie Waters (1903–1978)

Ozie Waters was born on December 8, 1903 in Callaway County, Missouri, USA as Vernon Scott Waters. He was an actor, known for Prairie Raiders (1947), Phantom Valley (1948) and Terror Trail (1946). He was married to Evangeline Baird. He died on March 10, 1978 in Central City, Colorado, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Prairie Raiders
(1947)
Phantom Valley
Phantom Valley Singing Guitar Player
(1948)
Terror Trail
(1946)

Filmography

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 1950 Streets of Ghost Town
Ozie
 1948 Phantom Valley
Singing Guitar Player
 1947 Prairie Raiders
Ozie
 1946 Landrush
Ozie Waters (uncredited)
 1945 Sagebrush Heroes
Musician Calico Jones
 1944 Cowboy from Lonesome River
Ozie Waters - Singer
 1944 Mystery Man
Singing Ranch Hand Tex
 1944 Lumberjack
Singing Lumberjack (uncredited)
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 1950 Outcasts of Black Mesa (performer: "Just Sittin' Around In Jail")
 1948 Phantom Valley (performer: "Press Along to the Big Corral")
 1947 Prairie Raiders (performer: "Unknown Song Title") / (writer: "Unknown Song Title")
 1944 Lumberjack (performer: "The Place Your Heart Calls Home") / (writer: "The Place Your Heart Calls Home")
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Height:

6' 3½" (1.92 m)
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Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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