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John Griffith Wray (1881–1929)

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In the 20s, he was among the leading directors of the Thomas H. Ince studio, which included the melodrama Human Wreckage (1923), which was a probe into drug addition sparked by the demise of actor Wallace Reid, and the first version of Eugene O'Neill's Anna Christie (1923) starring Blanche Sweet.

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Known For

Anna Christie
Anna Christie Director
(1923)
Soul of the Beast
(1923)
Hail the Woman
Hail the Woman Director
(1921)
Human Wreckage
Human Wreckage Director
(1923)

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Other Works:

Playwright: "Nightstick" (filmed as Alibi (1929))

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Height:

5' 8" (1.73 m)
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Trivia:

In the 20s, he was among the leading directors of the Thomas H. Ince studio, which included the melodrama Human Wreckage (1923), which was a probe into drug addition sparked by the demise of actor Wallace Reid, and the first version of Eugene O'Neill's Anna Christie (1923) starring Blanche Sweet.

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