Donald Barry

Donald Barry


Also Known As
Donald Barry Decosta, Red Barry, D. Barry, Don Barry, Donald M. Barry, Don "Red" Barry
Birth Place
Houston, Texas, USA
January 11, 1912
July 17, 1980


Don "Red" Barry was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In his early acting career, "Red" Barry appeared in such films as "Night Waitress" (1936), the Paul Muni action flick "The Woman I Love" (1937) and the drama "Sinners in Paradise" (1938) with Madge Evans. He also appeared in the drama "The Crowd Roars" (1938) with Robert Taylor, "Calling All Marines" (1939) and "Pan...


Don "Red" Barry was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In his early acting career, "Red" Barry appeared in such films as "Night Waitress" (1936), the Paul Muni action flick "The Woman I Love" (1937) and the drama "Sinners in Paradise" (1938) with Madge Evans. He also appeared in the drama "The Crowd Roars" (1938) with Robert Taylor, "Calling All Marines" (1939) and "Panama Patrol" (1939). His film career continued throughout the fifties in productions like "Frankenstein - 1970" (1958), the Victor Mature romance "China Doll" (1958) and the Mickey Rooney dramatic comedy "Andy Hardy Comes Home" (1958). He also appeared in the Mamie Van Doren action film "Born Reckless" (1959). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the Fred "The Hammer" Williamson action picture "Boss Nigger" (1975), the western "Blazing Stewardesses" (1975) with Yvonne De Carlo and "Hustle" (1975) with Burt Reynolds. He also appeared in "Whiffs" (1975) with Elliott Gould and the action movie "Orca" (1976) with Richard Harris. "Red" Barry was most recently credited in "Iron Angel" (2011). "Red" Barry passed away in July 1980 at the age of 68.



Director (Feature Film)

Jesse James' Women (1954)

Cast (Feature Film)

Back Roads (1981)
Goldie and the Boxer (1979)
Undercover With the KKK (1979)
Hooper (1978)
Kate Bliss and the Ticker Tape Kid (1978)
Hot Lead and Cold Feet (1978)
Crash of Flight 401 (1978)
The Game of Death (1978)
One Man Jury (1978)
The Swarm (1978)
Seabo (1977)
From Noon Till Three (1976)
Orca (1976)
Boss (1975)
Blazing Stewardesses (1975)
Hustle (1975)
Whiffs (1975)
Punch and Jody (1974)
Incident on a Dark Street (1973)
Partners in Crime (1973)
Junior Bonner (1972)
Homer Rutledge
The Eyes of Charles Sand (1972)
One More Train to Rob (1971)
Johnny Got His Gun (1971)
Jody Simmons
Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law (1971)
The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County (1970)
Dirty Dingus Magee (1970)
Rio Lobo (1970)
Shalako (1968)
The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968)
Reverend Zachary Grant
Bandolero! (1968)
Jack Hawkins
Hostile Guns (1967)
Red Tomahawk (1967)
Fort Utah (1967)
Alvarez Kelly (1966)
Lieutenant Farrow
Apache Uprising (1966)
Henry Belden
Convict Stage (1965)
Marshal Karnin
Fort Courageous (1965)
Captain Howard
War Party (1965)
Sergeant Chaney
Town Tamer (1965)
Law of the Lawless (1964)
Iron Angel (1964)
The Carpetbaggers (1964)
Sound man
Twilight of Honor (1963)
Judson Elliot
Walk on the Wild Side (1962)
The Errand Boy (1961)
Buffalo Gun (1961)
Walk Like a Dragon (1960)
Caleb Cabot
Ocean's Eleven (1960)
Warlock (1959)
Edward Calhoun
The Last Mile (1959)
The Big Operator (1959)
Detective sergeant
Born Reckless (1959)
China Doll (1958)
Hal Foster
Andy Hardy Comes Home (1958)
Councilman Fitzgerald
Frankenstein--1970 (1958)
Douglas Row
Gun Duel in Durango (1957)
Seven Men from Now (1956)
I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955)
The Twinkle in God's Eye (1955)
Untamed Heiress (1954)
Spider Mike Lawrence
Jesse James' Women (1954)
Jesse James
Train to Tombstone (1950)
Len Howard
I Shot Billy the Kid (1950)
Billy the Kid, alias of William H. Bonney
Border Rangers (1950)
Bob Standish, also known as Bob Carver and "The Rio Kid"
Gunfire (1950)
Fenton/Frank James
Square Dance Jubilee (1949)
Don Blake
Tough Assignment (1949)
Dan Reilly
Red Desert (1949)
Pecos Jones
The Dalton Gang (1949)
Larry West, also known as Rusty Stevens
Ringside (1949)
Mike O'Hara [also known as King Cobra]
Lightnin' in the Forest (1948)
Stan Martin
Madonna of the Desert (1948)
Tony French, also known as Jim Blake
Train to Alcatraz (1948)
Doug Forbes
That's My Gal (1947)
Benny Novak
Slippy McGee (1947)
Slippy McGee, also known as Steve Martin
Plainsman and the Lady (1946)
The Last Crooked Mile (1946)
Tom Dwyer
Out California Way (1946)
Bells of Rosarita (1945)
The Chicago Kid (1945)
Joe Ferrill
My Buddy (1944)
Eddie Ballinger
The Purple Heart (1944)
Lt. Peter Vincent
Outlaws of Santa Fe (1944)
Bob Conroy, also known as Bob Hackett
The West Side Kid (1943)
Johnny April
Fugitive from Sonora (1943)
Dave Winters/John "Keeno" Phillips, also known as Ted Winters
Days of Old Cheyenne (1943)
Clint Ross
Carson City Cyclone (1943)
Gilbert Phalen
California Joe (1943)
Lt. Joe Weldon
Canyon City (1943)
Terry Reynolds, also known as The Nevada Kid
The Man from the Rio Grande (1943)
Lee Grant [also known as "The Man from the Rio Grande" and Henry King, Jr.]
The Black Hills Express (1943)
Lon Walker
Dead Man's Gulch (1943)
Tennessee Colby
Jesse James, Jr. (1942)
Johnny Barrett
Outlaws of Pine Ridge (1942)
Chips Barrett
Stagecoach Express (1942)
Dave Gregory
Remember Pearl Harbor (1942)
Steve "Lucky" Smith
The Cyclone Kid (1942)
Johnny Dawson, also known as The Cyclone Kid
The Sombrero Kid (1942)
Jerry Holden, also known as Jerry Clancy
The Sundown Kid (1942)
Red Tracy, also known as Red Brannon and Wayne Randall
The Traitor Within (1942)
Sam Starr
Arizona Terrors (1942)
Jim Bradley
Desert Bandit (1941)
Bob Crandall
A Missouri Outlaw (1941)
Cliff Dixon
Wyoming Wildcat (1941)
Bill Gannon
Death Valley Outlaws (1941)
Johnny Edwards
The Apache Kid (1941)
Pete Dawson, also known as The Apache Kid
The Phantom Cowboy (1941)
Jim Lawrence
Two Gun Sheriff (1941)
Jim McKinnon, also known as The Sundown Kid/Bruce McKinnon
Kansas Cyclone (1941)
Jim Randall
Sailor's Lady (1940)
Second paymaster
Ghost Valley Raiders (1940)
Tim Brandon, also known as the Tolusa Kid
Texas Terrors (1940)
Bob Millbourne, later known as Bob Mills
The Tulsa Kid (1940)
Tom Benton
One Man's Law (1940)
Jack Summers
Frontier Vengeance (1940)
Jim Sanders
Adventures of Red Ryder (1940)
Only Angels Have Wings (1939)
Tex [Gordon]
S.O.S.--Tidal Wave (1939)
Curly Parsons
Panama Patrol (1939)
Lt. Loring
Calling All Marines (1939)
Blackie Cross
Days of Jesse James (1939)
Jesse James
Saga of Death Valley (1939)
Tim [Rogers, also known as] Jerry
Wyoming Outlaw (1939)
Will Parker
First Offenders (1939)
Calling Dr. Kildare (1939)
The Secret of Dr. Kildare (1939)
The Crowd Roars (1938)
Pete Mariola
The Duke of West Point (1938)
Cadet Grady
Sinners in Paradise (1938)
Saleslady (1938)
Young Dr. Kildare (1938)
Letter of Introduction (1938)
There's That Woman Again (1938)
The Last Gangster (1937)
Billy Ernst
All-American Sweetheart (1937)
Bob, the yell leader
The Woman I Love (1937)
Dead End (1937)
Navy Blue and Gold (1937)
Football player at Southern Institute
Night Waitress (1936)
Mario Rigo
Flying Down to Rio (1933)

Writer (Feature Film)

Convict Stage (1965)
Jesse James' Women (1954)
Jesse James' Women (1954)
Based on a Story by
Train to Tombstone (1950)
Original Story

Producer (Feature Film)

Jesse James' Women (1954)

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Gunfire (1950)
I Shot Billy the Kid (1950)
Border Rangers (1950)
Square Dance Jubilee (1949)
Tough Assignment (1949)

Cast (Special)

Sawyer and Finn (1983)

Cast (Short)

Jack Pot (1940)

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

The Dream Merchants (1980)
Donovan's Kid (1979)

Life Events


Film acting debut


Movie Clip

Red Light (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Two Brothers Reunited Nick (Raymond Burr) and Rocky (Henry Morgan) are the prison projectionists, their newsreel introducing Torno (George Raft) greeting his priest brother Jess (Arthur Franz), early in Roy Del Ruth's Red Light, 1949.
Red Light (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Look Mr. Gideon! Businessman Torno (George Raft) ransacking a Hollywood hotel room looking for the Gideon bible taken from his murdered military priest brother's hotel room, occupant Carla (Virginia Mayo) arriving, in Red Light, 1949.
Red Light (1949) -- (Movie Clip) I Got No Hard Feelings Vengeful businessman Torno (George Raft) finds paroled embezzler Nick (Raymond Burr) at the bowling alley, looking for his brother's killer, in Roy Del Ruth's Red Light, 1949.
Frankenstein 1970 (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Like A Rembrandt Following credits, opening in which blonde Carolyn (Jana Lund) is being chased by a monster (Mike Lane), except she isn't , Donald Barry as the director, Charlotte Austin assisting, Norbert Schiller as the monster's minder, in Frankenstein -- 1970, 1958.
Frankenstein 1970 (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Goblins All Over The Place P-R man Mike (Tom Duggin) on the phone, starlet Carolyn (Jana Lund), servant Shuter (Norbert Schiller), his boss and the host, the financially strapped Baron Victor Frankenstein (Boris Karloff) who's reluctantly rented out his castle for their TV show, Charlotte Austin as Judy the script girl, in Frankenstein 1970, 1958.
Frankenstein 1970 (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Not Too Scrupulous Long, elegant soliloquy by Baron Victor (Boris Karloff), turns out to be for director Row (Donald Barry), his star Carolyn (Jana Lund), aide Judy (Charlotte Austin) et al, shooting their TV show in the Baron's home, in Frankenstein 1970, 1958.