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Ray C. Smallwood

Born 19 July 1887 in New York, New York, USA.
Died 23 February 1964 at the Motion Picture Country House Hospital in Woodland Hills, California, USA.

Married actress Ethel Grandin, 1912.

Ray C. Smallwood worked as a cinematographer for IMP, New York Motion Picture Company [Bison] and Metro circa 1911 through 1918. Smallwood worked as director for his own company Smallwood Film Corporation, Metro [Screen Classics] and Nazimova from 1914 through circa 1922.

[Moving Picture World, 23 November 1912, page 773] Ethel Grandin. who formerly played leads with 101 Bison, and Ray Smallwood, cameraman, are among the latest additions to the Universal forces on the [West] coast.
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