Wesley Barry was 11 years old when he made his film debut, playing one of Mary Pickford's brothers in Amarilly of Clothesline Alley (1918). He was launched on a busy film career as a supporting actor that would last until the late '30s. In the 1940s, Barry became a director and producer of B-movies, such as The Steel Fist (1952) and Racing Blood (1954). He directed his last film, Creation of the Humanoids, in 1962. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
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