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Raymond Greenleaf was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Greenleaf's earliest roles were in film, including the crime flick "The Naked City" (1948) with Barry Fitzgerald, the drama "Deep Waters" (1948) with Dana Andrews and "All the King's Men" (1949). He also appeared in the comedy "A Kiss in the Dark" (1949) with David Niven, "Slattery's Hurricane" (1949) with Richard Widmark and the Jeanne Crain drama "Pinky" (1949). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the fifties, appearing in "Storm Warning" (1951), the Cesar Romero action picture "F.B.I. Girl" (1951) and "The Family Secret" (1951). He also appeared in "Washington Story" (1952) with Van Johnson. In the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in "Never Say Goodbye" (1956) with Rock Hudson, "Over-Exposed" (1956) and the June Allyson comedic adaptation "You Can't Run Away From It" (1956). He also appeared in the thriller "The Vampire" (1957) with John Beal and the western "Three Violent People" (1957) with Charlton Heston. Greenleaf more recently acted in the dramatic adaptation "Birdman of Alcatraz" (1962) with Burt Lancaster. Greenleaf passed away in October 1963 at the age of 71.
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