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Ena Gregory in Wedding Bells (1924).
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Ena Gregory
(same as Marian Douglas and/or Marion Douglas)

Born 18 April 1906 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Died 13 June 1993 in Laguna Beach, California, USA.

Married director Albert S. Rogell; divorced.
Married Dr. Frank G. Nolan, 5 November 1937; [?] divorced?, 1939.

Ena Gregory worked for The Universal Film Manufacutring Company Incorporated (1921), Ben Wilson Productions (1923), Hal Roach Studios, Incorporated (1923-1924), Fox Film Corporation (1924), and Monte Banks Productions, Incorporated (1924). She was a Wampas Baby Star in 1925. She worked for First National Pictures, Incorporated (1925), Universal Pictures Corporation (1925-1927), and Film Booking Offices of America, Incorporated (1928), appearing in westerns as Marian Douglas and/or Marion Douglas.

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