Ray Baker




Cast (Feature Film)

The Keeping Hours (2017)
Claire (2007)
Path of Destruction (2005)
Coach Carter (2005)
Alien Siege (2005)
Without a Paddle (2004)
Holes (2003)
The Trip (2002)
Diagnosis Murder: Town Without Pity (2002)
Sweet November (2001)
What Lies Beneath (2000)
Ali: An American Hero (2000)
Girl, Interrupted (1999)
Anywhere But Here (1999)
Hard Rain (1998)
Oklahoma City: A Survivor's Story (1998)
Echo (1997)
Perfect Body (1997)
Murder, She Wrote: South By Southwest (1997)
A Thousand Acres (1997)
Assault on Dome 4 (1997)
Executive Decision (1996)
She Cried No (1996)
Final Cut (1996)
A Friend's Betrayal (1996)
Dark Angel (1996)
Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story (1995)
The Secretary (1995)
Ed Wood (1994)
The Hard Truth (1994)
Camp Nowhere (1994)
Speechless (1994)
Hexed (1993)
River of Rage: The Taking of Maggie Keene (1993)
Her Final Fury: Betty Broderick The Last Chapter (1992)
Hearts On Fire (1992)
Heart Condition (1990)
Total Recall (1990)
Masters of Menace (1990)
She Said No (1990)
Parent Trap III (1989)
Rain Man (1988)
Disaster at Silo 7 (1988)
Everybody's All-American (1988)
Physical Evidence (1988)
Stacking (1987)
The Long Journey Home (1987)
Nobody's Child (1986)
Rockabye (1986)
Silverado (1985)
Places In The Heart (1984)
Running Hot (1984)
C.H.U.D. (1984)
Silkwood (1983)
The Neighborhood (1982)
Dream House (1981)
Nightmares in a Damaged Brain (1981)
Gloria (1980)
The Line (1980)
Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (1977)

Cast (Special)

Locals (1994)
On Hope (1994)
Supermom's Daughter (1987)
Taking It Home (1986)

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shootout (2003)
Living in Peril (1997)
At Mother's Request (1987)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Red Beard (1966) — (Movie Clip) We Won’t Meet Again A visually striking flashback vignette deep in Akira Kurosawa’s narrative, Tsutomi Yamazaki as Sahachi, patient of Toshiro Mifune’s title character, in a deathbed confession recalls meeting his wife (Miyuki Kuwano) whom he believed died years earlier, with her baby by another father, shortly after her remains were found in his home, in Red Beard, 1966.
Red Beard (1966) -- (Movie Clip) He's The Dictator In early 19th century Japan, skeptical young doctor Yasumoto (Yuzo Kayama) is introduced to the clinic and the head man (Toshiro Mifune, title character), early in Akira Kurosawa's Red Beard, 1966, from a novel by Shugoro Yamamoto.
Places In The Heart (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Waxahachie, Texas, 1935 Director Robert Benton’s opening, shooting his original screenplay on location in his hometown, taking place three years after his birth, Sally Field in her Academy Award-winning role, Ray Baker her husband, a farmer and sheriff, and Devoreaux White as Wylie, in Places In The Heart, 1984.
Dodes 'Ka-Den -- (Movie Clip) Train Freak! Roku-chan (Yoshitaka Zushi) in the middle of his Tokyo slum pantomime, imagining himself a conductor, the film's title being Japanese slang for the sound of a streetcar, early in Akira Kurosawa's Dodes 'Ka-Den, 1970.
Dodes 'Ka-Den -- (Movie Clip) Please Dear Buddha Opening scene, Roku-chan (Yoshitaka Zushi), who dreams of being a conductor, with his mother (Kin Sugai), their Tokyo slum dwelling decorated with streetcar drawings director Akira Kurosawa solicited from Japanese kids, in Dodes 'Ka-Den, 1970.
Dodes 'Ka-Den -- (Movie Clip) If We Become Weak The old man (Kamatari Fujiwara) ventures out into the slum, gets heckled, as the beggar (Noboru Mitsutahi) offers his first philosophical commentary for his son (Hiroyuki Kawase), director Akira Kurosawa shooting on location in a Tokyo dump, in Dodes 'Ka-Den, 1970.
Wife For A Night -- (Movie Clip) The Famous Beauty Housewife Ottavia (Gina Lollobrigida), playing along as a famous courtesan, has just been won in a dice game (by Paolo Panelli) when his boss Count D'Origo (Gino Cervi) arrives, in Mario Camerini's Wife For A Night, 1952.
Wife For A Night -- (Movie Clip) Count D'Origo Composer Enrico (Armando Francioli), his uncle (Paolo Stoppa) accompanying, and wife Ottavia (Gina Lollobrigida, playing frumpy) get news of an important guest, early in Mario Camerini's Wife For A Night, 1952.
Wife For A Night -- (Movie Clip) Stop It Or I'll Scream! Sexy courtesan Geraldine (Nadia Gray) is posing as the wife of composer Enrico (Armando Francioli), scheming to seduce wealthy wealthy patron Count D'Origo (Gino Cervi), in Mario Camerini's Wife For A Night, 1952.
Ran (1985) -- (Movie Clip) We Are Lost! Returned from a day of politicking with his sons, Hidetori (Tatsuya) takes a nap and awakens to find himself betrayed, as the action starts in Akira Kurosawa's version of King Lear, from 1985, Ran.
Ran (1985) -- (Movie Clip) Three Arrows Director Akira Kurosawa switches daughters for sons and uses a Japanese parable of three arrows in place of Shakespeare's test of love, Lord Hidetori (Tatsuya Nakadai) holding court, in Ran, the 1985 treatment of King Lear.
Ran (1985) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, Hunt The chilling opening scene, the hunt of a wild boar, from Ran, 1985, director Akira Kurosawa's interpretation of Shakespeare's King Lear, starring Tatsuya Nakadai as the aging king.