Don 'Red' Barry Movies List

Don 'Red' Barry
Don 'Red' Barry
11-01-1912
Houston, Texas, USA
42
Flying Down to Rio

Actor Don 'Red' Barry Filmography

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Showing 1 to 10 of 42 movies
Hooper
Hooper ( English )
Director: Hal Needham
Music Director: Bill Justis
Release date: 28-07-1978
Hot Lead & Cold Feet
Hot Lead & Cold Feet ( English )
Director: Robert Butler
Music Director: Buddy Baker
Release date: 05-07-1978
Buckstone County Prison
Artist: Earl Owensby , David Allan Coe , Don 'Red' Barry , Ed Parker , Sunset Carson
Release date: 01-07-1978
Doctor Dracula
Doctor Dracula ( English )
Artist: John Carradine , Don 'Red' Barry , Larry Hankin , Geoffrey Land , Susan McIver
Director: Al Adamson , Paul Aratow
Release date: 02-03-1978
Orca: The Killer Whale
Director: Michael Anderson
Music Director: Ennio Morricone
Release date: 22-07-1977
From Noon Till Three
From Noon Till Three ( English )
Artist: Charles Bronson , Jill Ireland , Douglas Fowley , Stan Haze , Damon Douglas
Director: Frank D. Gilroy
Music Director: Elmer Bernstein
Release date: 13-08-1976
Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch
Artist: Pat Buttram , Ralph James , Rex Allen , Gene Autry , Don 'Red' Barry
Director: Richard Patterson
Release date: 01-05-1976
Boss Nigger
Boss Nigger ( English )
Director: Jack Arnold
Music Director: Leon Moore
Release date: 17-08-1975
Blazing Stewardesses
Blazing Stewardesses ( English )
Artist: Yvonne De Carlo , Robert Livingston , Don 'Red' Barry , Geoffrey Land , Connie Hoffman
Director: Al Adamson , John D'Amato
Release date: 01-06-1975
The Shakiest Gun in the West
Director: Alan Rafkin
Music Director: Vic Mizzy
Release date: 10-07-1968
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Showing 1 to 10 of 42 movies

Don 'Red' Barry Biography

Donald Barry went from the stage to the screen. After four years of playing villains and henchmen at various studios, Barry got the role that changed his image: Red Ryder in the Republic Pictures serial Adventures of Red Ryder (1940). Although he had appeared in westerns for two years or so, this was the one that kept him there. He acquired the nickname "Red" from his association with the Red Ryder character. After the success of "Red Ryder" Barry starred in a string of westerns for Republic. Studio chief Herbert J. Yates got the idea that Barry could be Republic's version of James Cagney, as he was short and had the same scrappy, feisty nature that Cagney had. Unfortunately, while Barry could in fact be a good actor when he wanted to be -- as he showed in the World War II drama The Purple Heart (1944) -- his "feistiness", combative nature and oversized ego caused him to alienate many of the casts and crews he worked with at Republic (ace serial director William Witney detested him, calling him "the midget", and director John English worked with him once and refused to ever work with him again). Barry made a series of westerns at Republic throughout the 1940s, but by 1950 his career had pretty much come to a halt, and he was reduced to making cheaper and cheaper pictures for bottom-of-the-barrel companies like Lippert and Screen Guild. Barry continued to work and still appeared in westerns up through the 1970s, but they were often in small supporting roles, sometimes unbilled. In 1980 he committed suicide by shooting himself.

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