Looking for all the world as though he'd stepped out of a college yearbook, slickly handsome Lawrence Gray was a popular leading man of the silent era. He was never a particularly strong screen presence, all the better since he was required to support such dynamic leading ladies as Marion Davies, Joan Crawford and Louise Brooks. Talking pictures permitted Gray to exhibit a pleasant singing voice, but it wasn't enough to sustain his stardom. By 1936, Lawrence Gray had gone into the production end of show business; he spent the rest of his career as a liaison between American and Mexican film companies.
~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide