~Ena Gregory~

Born: April 18, 1906 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Died: June 13, 1993 (age 87) in Laguna Beach, California, USA
Beach Pajamas (Short) (as Marion Douglas) (1931)
Aloha (1931) ... Elaine Marvin (as Marian Douglas)
Three Wise Clucks (Short) (as Marion Douglas)(1931)
Twisted Tales (Short) (as Marion Douglas)(1931)

Sioux Blood (1929) ... Barbara Ingram (as Marian Douglas)
The Bushranger (1928) ... Lucy (as Marian Douglas)
The Power of Silence (1928) ... Gloria Wright (as Marian Douglas)
The Upland Rider (1928) ... Sally Graham (as Marian Douglas)
The Devil's Trademark (1928) ... Mona Benton (as Marian Douglas)
The Wagon Show (1928) ... Sally Beldan (as Marian Douglas)
The Shepherd of the Hills (1928) ... Maggie (as Marian Douglas)
The Jazz Singer (1927) ... Small Part (uncredited)
The Rose of Kildare (1927) ... Elsie Avery
Romantic Rogue (1927) ... Barbara Warrington
Men of Daring (1927) ... Nancy Owen
The Western Rover (1927) ... Millie Donlin
Grinning Guns (1927) ... Maary Felden
Down the Stretch (1927) ... Marion Hoyt
Blazing Days (1927) ... Milly Morgan
Be My Wife (Short) (1927)
Rough and Ready (1927) ... Beth Stone
One Man Trail (1926)
Masked Mamas (Short) (1926) ... Cafe Customer (uncredited)
Red Hot Leather (1926) ... Ellen Rand
Doubling with Danger (1926) ... Madeline Haver
The Better Man (1926) ... Nancy Burton
Sporting Life (1925) ... Peggy
The Calgary Stampede (1927) ... Trixie Regan
The Desert Flower (1925) ... Fay Knight
Cold Nerve (1925)
Riders of the Kitchen Range (Short) (1925)
Folly of Vanity (1924) ... The Siren (fantasy sequence)
Accidental Accidents (Short) (1924)
Hot Heels (Short) (1924)
The Man from Broadway (1924)
Gee Whiz, Genevieve (Short) (1924)
Should Landlords Live? (Short) (1924)
Short Kilts (Short) (1924) ... McGregor's Daughter
Seeing Nellie Home (Short) (1924) ... Nellie
A Ten-Minute Egg (Short) (1924) ... The Landlady's Daughter
The Golf Bug (Short) (1924) ... Sally - a Country Maiden
Jeffries Jr. (Short) (1924) ... Pearl
Wide Open Spaces (Short) (1924)
Rupert of Hee Haw (Short) (1924) ... Hee Haw's maid
Before Taking (Short) (1924)
Near Dublin (Short) (1924) ... The Girl
Brothers Under the Chin (Short) (1924)
Pay or Move (Short) (1924) ... Betty Benson
Wedding Bells (Short) (1924) ... The Bride
Zeb vs. Paprika (Short) (1924)
Postage Due (Short) (1924) ... Model
Smithy (Short) (1924) ... Secretary (uncredited)
Prepared to Die (1923) ... Vivienne Van de Vere
Mother's Joy (Short) (1923) ... Maid
Uncensored Movies (Short) (1923) ... The Sheik's Favorite
The Soilers (Short) (1923) ... The Girl
Frozen Hearts (Short) (1923) ... Bit Role (unconfirmed, uncredited)
In the Palace of the King (1923) ... The Queen
Paging Love (Short) (1923)
Carmen, Jr. (Short) (1923)
Love's Handicap (Short) (1923)
The Smile Wins (Short) (1923)
The Law Rustlers (1923) ... Glory Sillman
Please Arrest Me (Short) (1923)
Hangin' Around (Short) (1923) ... The Writer's Sweetheart
The Devil's Dooryard (1923) ... Mary Jane Haley
Oil's Well (Short) (1923) ... The Boss's Daughter
Sting 'Em Sweet (Short) (1923) ... Jackie's Sister
Hello, Judge (Short) (1922) ... The Wife
A Small Town Derby (Short) (1922)
Pure But Simple (Short) (1922) ... Mary
The Fresh Kid (Short) (1922)
Some Family (Short) (1922)
Apartment Wanted (as Edna Gregory) (1922)
Live Wires (Short) (1922) ... The Child's Mother (as Edna Gregory)
Defying the Law (1922)
A Hero at Zero (Short) (1922) ... The Suitor's Sweetheart
A Dark Horse (Short) (1922)
Short Skirts (1921) ... Stella
The Whizbang (Short) (1921) ... The Inventor's Sweetheart
Won: One Flivver (Short) (1921)
Up in Mary's Attic (1920) ... The Vamp
Lion's Jaws and Kitten's Paws (Short) (1920)
The Bull Thrower (Short) (1920)
A former child actress from Australia, hazel-eyed Ena Gregory would later claim to have appeared in 200
two-reel comedies for producer Hal Roach, a somewhat unlikely number. Leaving Roach, Gregory would
make her fair share of B-Westerns, including Blazing Days (1927) with Fred Humes, directed by a very
young William Wyler. In the late '20s, Gregory changed her name to Marian Douglas in a futile attempt to
escape low-budget action melodramas, but she would continue to appear only in routine films, including
the low-budget Aloha (1931) starring Ben Lyon and directed by her husband, Al Rogell. An especially
acrimonious divorce from Rogell followed three years later and Gregory left show business entirely after
marrying a Hollywood physician in 1937. She later became a real estate dealer in the posh coastal
community of Laguna Beach.

Biography by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
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