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Cy Schindell

Cy Schindell


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Cast (feature film)

The Return of October (1948) as Policeman
An heiress discovers her racehorse is the reincarnation of her rich uncle, back to win the Kentucky Derby.
The Foxes of Harrow (1947) as Crew member
An Irish rascal and inveterate gambler uses his considerable skills at the gaming tables of New Orleans to become fabulously rich.
My Wild Irish Rose (1947) as Gallery god
Musical biography of Irish songwriter Chauncey Olcott.
Mr. District Attorney (1947) as Truck driver
Killer McCoy (1947) as Mariola's henchman
A lightweight boxer gets mixed up in murder.
Johnny O'Clock (1947) as Dealer
Gambling hall owners get mixed up with a cop on the take, leading to murder and mystery.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947) as Taxi driver
An accountant dreams of being a hero but finds it''s not so easy in real life.
A Likely Story (1947) as Criminal
A World War II veteran who thinks he''s dying gets mixed up with gangsters.
Somewhere in the Night (1946) as Thug at club
Gallant Journey (1946) as Barker
An aviation pioneer fights his family's objections to invent a flying machine.
Tarzan and the Leopard Woman (1946) as Leopard man
Tarzan fights to keep a killer cult from attacking traders.
The Gentleman Misbehaves (1946) as Stagehand
It's a Wonderful Life (1946) as
George Bailey is a small-town man whose life seems so desperate he contemplates suicide. He had always wanted to leave Bedford Falls to see the world, but circumstances and his own good heart have led him to stay. He sacrficed his education for his brother's, kept the family-run savings and loan afloat, protected the town from the avarice of the greedy banker Mr. Potter, and married his childhood sweetheart. As he prepares to jump from a bridge, his guardian angel intercedes, showing him what life would have become for the residents of Bedford Falls is he had never lived.
The Brute Man (1946) as Policeman
Hal Moffat (Fred Colby before disfigurement, Rondo Hatton afterwards) who is taking wholesale revenge by murdering those he holds responsible for his predicament, is befriended by Helen Paige (Jane Adams), a blind piano teacher, and he develops a warmth for her that leads him to add thievery and robbery - no big deal, he is out there anyway - to his murders so that she can be provided with the money for an operation.
Life with Blondie (1945) as Mug
Men Without Souls (1940) as Harry
Half a Sinner (1940) as
Those High Grey Walls (1939) as Convict
Golden Boy (1939) as Fighter
A crooked promoter lures a young violinist to give up music for boxing.
Behind Prison Gates (1939) as Convict
Missing Daughters (1939) as Mug
North of Shanghai (1939) as Mug
A Woman Is the Judge (1939) as Mickey
Beware, Spooks! (1939) as Barker
Joe E. Brown, Mary Carlisle, Clarence Kolb, Marc Lawrence, Don Beddoe. Inept bunglerJoe E. Brown saves the day when he traps some wanted criminals in the Coney Island funhouse.
When G-Men Step In (1938) as Phoneman
Fred Garth (Don Terry) owns a printing establishment and poses as a business research expert, but actually runs several white-collar rackets operating by means of high-pressure telephone soliciting. He has sent his younger brother, Bruce Garth (Robert Paige), through law school with the intention of making him his legal watch-dog. But idealist Bruce enrolls as a Department of Justice investigator, and is detailed to track down charity and other phoney rackets. Both brothers are in love with attractive socialite Marjorie Drake (Julie Bishop as Jacqueline Wells), who is unaware of Fred's schemes and he uses her to meet other social leaders with pet charities and his salesmen sell them the program ads at five times the charity rate. Bruce and his partner Neale (Gene Morgan) trace the phone rackets to Bruce and a confrontation looms.
Smashing the Spy Ring (1938) as Richards
Little Miss Roughneck (1938) as Prisoner
A talented 10-year-old singing prodigy, Foxine LaRue (Edith Fellows), who is only slightly less artificial and theatrical than her name, is pushed into vaudeville by her stage-mother mama, Gert LaRue (Margaret Irving), who is even more artificial and theatrical than her name. Foxine's pretty and older sister, Mary LaRue (Julie Bishop as Jacqueline Wells) makes sacrifices to support the trio. Al Partridge (Scott Kolk as Scott Colton), a hollywood agent becomes interested in Mary and takes the family trio to Hollywood in the hopes of Foxine getting into the movies. After several incidents by the rowdy Foxine on the train, and later at International Studios, Foxine is further from being in the movies than she was in New York. Gert decides that a "hoax" kidnapping is just the ticket to get Foxine the publicity to land a studio contract. That night Foxine dresses as a boy, disarranges her room, leaves a "ransom note" and hops a freight train. The police arrive the next morning and hear Mary accuse Al and Gert of staging the kidnapping, and they are arrested. Foxine leaves the train several hundred miles away and takes shelter with the good-natured Pascual Orozco (Leo Carrillo) and his family. The arrested pair are released when the police receive another ransom note (sent by Foxine.)
The Little Adventuress (1938) as Performer
The Buccaneer (1938) as Pirate
French pirate Jean Lafitte tries to redeem his name helping the U.S. in the War of 1812.
Penitentiary (1938) as Convict
Wells Fargo (1937) as
An employee of an express shipping service helps to provide people with the supplies they need.
It Can't Last Forever (1937) as Second
Two-Fisted Gentleman (1936) as Mahoney
Fugitive Lady (1934) as

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