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Lionel Banks

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Art Director (feature film)

1.
Siren of Atlantis (1949) as Production Design
2.
Moonrise (1948) as Production Design
When a murderer's son accidentally kills someone, he takes it on the lam.
3.
The Perfect Marriage (1947) as Production Design
Jenny (Loretta Young) and Dale Williams (David Niven) have been married ten years and parents of a nine-year-old daughter, "Cookie" Williams (Nona Griffith.) They live well, have separate careers, are surrounded by sophisticated friends, and are afflicted with overattentive in-laws on each side. Celebrating their tenth anniversary,this, of course, means it is time to tell each other they want a divorce from each other. They talk about it. They talk to their friends about it. The friends and in-laws talk to them and to each other and to anyone who will listen about it.
4.
Ramrod (1947) as Production Design
A cattle-vs.-sheepman feud loses Connie Dickason her fiance, but gains her his ranch, which she determines to run alone in opposition to Frank Ivey, "boss" of the valley, whom her father Ben wanted her to marry. She hires recovering alcoholic Dave Nash as foreman and a crew of Ivey's enemies. Ivey fights back with violence and destruction, but Dave is determined to counter him legally... a feeling not shared by his associates. Connie's boast that, as a woman, she doesn't need guns proves justified, but plenty of gunplay results.
5.
Magic Town (1947) as Production Design
Rip Smith's opinion-poll business is a failure...until he discovers that the small town of Grandview is statistically identical to the entire country. He and his assistants go there to run polls cheaply and easily, in total secrecy (it would be fatal to let the townsfolk get self-conscious). And of course, civic crusader Mary Peterman must be kept from changing things too much. But romantic involvement with Mary complicates life for Rip; then suddenly everything changes...
6.
So Goes My Love (1946) as Art Director
An inventor rises to fame with the support of his loving wife.
7.
Heartbeat (1946) as Production Design
A young female escapee from a reform school joins a pickpocket academy in Paris. She is caught red-handed on her first attempt at stealing by an upper class man. He recruits her to do him a favor at a society party where she meets and falls in love with a young, handsome, rich diplomat. Whether or not she can land him is another story.
8.
Rough Ridin' Justice (1945) as Art Director
Steve Holden (Charles Starrett) and his men successfully raid a wagon train. Among the local ranchers who decide to stop the raiding are Virgil Trent (Wheeler Oakman) and his daughter Gail (Betty Jane Graham). At a meeting, Sidney Padgett (Forrest Taylor), Cannonball (Dub Taylor) and other townspeople conclude that someone is tipping the gang off on important shipments. Trent volunteers to contact the outlaws. He meets Steve and persuades him to cross to the side of the law and protect the ranchers. Steve soon suspects Padgett and tricks him into revealing his identity as the secret leader of the bandits, and in a furious battle between Steve's men and the outlaws, the former win.
9.
The Return of the Durango Kid (1945) as Art Director
A masked outlaw steals from bank robbers to help the poor.
10.
Tonight and Every Night (1945) as Art Director
An American girl falls for an RAF pilot while performing at a British music hall.
11.
Guest Wife (1945) as Production Design
12.
It's in the Bag! (1945) as Production Design
Wealthy Frederick Trumble makes an eccentric new will, secretes much of his wealth in a chair, then, within seconds, is murdered. The new heir, Fred Floogle, runs a flea circus. Of course, the reputed $12 million inheritance goes to his family's heads...then proves to consist of five chairs, which the disgusted Floogle sells just before discovering their secret. Packed with wisecracks, strange cameos, and nothing-sacred, anything-goes digressions.
13.
A Song to Remember (1945) as Art Director
The famed composer Chopin sacrifices everything, even love, for his native Poland.
14.
Sagebrush Heroes (1945) as Art Director
This 1944 Columbia western starring Charles Starrett finds Steve Randall (Charles Starrett) forming a radio show with Jimmy Wakely (Jimmy Wakely) and his Saddle Pals, and are in town for a rodeo. Reporter Connie Pearson (Constance Worth) persuades them to visit Marty Jones (Elvin Fields), a fatherless boy, who has been sent to a boy's home after stealing Steve's wallet, ran by Tom Goodwin (Forrest Taylor.) Marty tells Steve that the home is a phony and is a front for cattle rustlers. Steve passes the information on to Connie, who doesn't believe him, so he and Jimmy wire the ranch for sound. They are caught and Goodwin turns them over to Sheriff Barnes (Edmund Cobb), and then plans to skip the country. Singer/band leader Ozie Waters and his Colorado Hill-Billies are also featured.
15.
Cowboy Canteen (1944) as Art Director
A rancher turns his spread into a dude ranch for soldiers during World War II.
16.
Wyoming Hurricane (1944) as Art Director
17.
The Vigilantes Ride (1944) as Art Director
Utilizing a plot that Columbia had used twice before with Buck Jones and again with Charles Starrett, this version shifts the state of the Rangers from Texas to Arizona, where Ranger Rod Saunders (Stanley Brown) is killed by a band of outlaws and his brother Ranger Lucky Saunders (Russell Hayden)swears to avenge his death. The outlaws, led secretly by town businessman Anse Rankin (Tristram Coffin), have been terrorizing the town and the citizens. Rankin accuses the Rangers of being unable to cope with the situation and organizes a Vigilante Defense League, with himself as the head and with the intent of forcing the ranchers to pay tribute for protection against his own gang. Lucky, working with Captain Randall (Jack Rockwell), resigns in disgrace from the Rangers and pretends to go over to the side of the outlaws.
18.
Hey, Rookie (1944) as Art Director
Musical comedy star Jimmy Leighter wants to get away from show biz and his leading lady Winnie Clark, so he joins the Army. There he gets the order to put on a show, Winnie Clark appears in a camp show, hears about his task and offers him his help. He thinks, she does it for her publicity only, so he doesn't want to know anything about this, till he finds out, that she has no such intentions.
19.
Jam Session (1944) as Art Director
A Texas girl wins a trip to Hollywood, but the best job she can get is as secretary to a writer.
20.
The Ghost That Walks Alone (1944) as Art Director
21.
Girl in the Case (1944) as Art Director
22.
Cyclone Prairie Rangers (1944) as Art Director
It's World War 2 and saboteurs are out to destroy the ranchers food crop. Steve Travis and sidekick Cannonball have been called in to investigate. Avoiding the attempts on his life by the gang, Steve uses a pair of eyeglasses to discover their leader, a supposedly deaf mute shoe repairman.
23.
Cowboy from Lonesome River (1944) as Art Director
24.
Carolina Blues (1944) as Art Director
When he loses his lead singer, bandleader Kay Kyser can't find a replacement he likes.
25.
Once Upon a Time (1944) as Art Director
A Broadway producer finds fame with his new act -- a dancing caterpillar.
26.
One Mysterious Night (1944) as Art Director
A reformed thief helps the police recover an Egyptian diamond.
27.
She's a Soldier Too (1944) as Art Director
28.
Beautiful But Broke (1944) as Art Director
An agent's secretary puts together an all-female big band to cope with wartime male shortages.
29.
Louisiana Hayride (1944) as Art Director
In hopes of becoming a movie star, a country girl follows two con men to Hollywood.
30.
Sailor's Holiday (1944) as Art Director
31.
Strange Affair (1944) as Art Director
A mystery writer and his wife investigate a murder at a charity benefit.
32.
Cover Girl (1944) as Art Director
A nightclub dancer makes it big in modeling, leaving her dancer boyfriend behind.
33.
The Last Horseman (1944) as Art Director
Banker Watson is after Williams' ranch and has his men rob Lucky of the check Williams needs to pay off his note. When Saunders offers to lend Williams the money, Watson kills him and frames Williams. Then he sends a fake cattle inspector to quarantine Williams' cattle. But Lucky suspects Watson and he has a plan to bring him into the open and it also involves a fake inspector.
34.
Sundown Valley (1944) as Art Director
35.
Nine Girls (1944) as Art Director
When a sorority girl is found murdered, her classmates set out to solve the case.
36.
Stars on Parade (1944) as Art Director
37.
Kansas City Kitty (1944) as Art Director
A piano teacher takes on shady music publishers.
38.
Mr. Winkle Goes to War (1944) as Art Director
A henpecked husband surprises his family by coming back from World War II a hero.
39.
Meet Miss Bobby Socks (1944) as Art Director
A veteran becomes a singing sensation.
40.
The Racket Man (1944) as Art Director
41.
Cry of the Werewolf (1944) as Art Director
A young gypsy girl turns into a wolf to destroy her enemies.
42.
Ever Since Venus (1944) as Art Director
43.
The Impatient Years (1944) as Art Director
A feuding couple re-creates their courtship in hopes of falling back in love.
44.
Swing Out the Blues (1944) as Art Director
45.
The Black Parachute (1944) as Art Director
46.
U-Boat Prisoner (1944) as Art Director
47.
Riding West (1944) as Art Director
48.
They Live in Fear (1944) as Art Director
After witnessing the killing of a professor in concentration camp "Dachau" German student Paul emigrates to the USA. Here an American fellow student endangers Paul's new American existence and his family's which stayed in Germany.
49.
Saddle Leather Law (1944) as Art Director
A posse, hunting the assailant of Denton's Partner, captures Steve Carlisle (Charles Starrett), who identifies himself as a mineralogist sent to check the area for quartz for radio parts. Calling at the Denton ranch, Steve hires Cannonball Mullins (Dub Taylor), who has just been fired by Jane Fielding (Vi Athens), Denton's ward. Steve learns that she wants to sell the ranch to the Empire Syndicate. Paul Edwards (Lloyd Bridges), syndicate representative, plans to convert the ranch into a swank hotel-gambling operation. At a party which Jane gives for Edwards, Hiram Denton (William Gould), is murdered and Steve is accused. He and Cannonball escape before the sheriff can take them into custody, and in searching for evidence find that Jane and Edwards are married and have done the killings in order to gain the ranch.
50.
Two-Man Submarine (1944) as Art Director
A film that is among the umpteen hundred films that some source has given Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco a "credited" composers credit, although his name appears actually nowhere in connection with the vast majority of these umpteen hundred films, and one of four films that Tom Neal and Ann Savage were in together. This one has Robert B. Williams as some kind of scientist on an unnamed South Pacific island and he is making penicillin out of jungle mold at a time when penicillin was so new that all the players in the film pronounce it as "pey-nen-sol-lon" or something like that. Tom Neal is also there as some kind of guard or protector of Williams' work and is hacked off something fierce about it as his goal if to get off the island and into hand-to-hand action "against the japs." Before long an unidentified plane flies over the island and Neal has his pistol at the ready to shoot it down in case it is an enemy plane but a figure parachutes out and in parachutes none other than Ann Savage, who is there as Neal's replacement, although Neal now isn't as ready to leave as he was before. Then a man, George Lynn, washes ashore and is accepted as a crewman from a torpedoed American ship. Later, Williams is murdered, after some of his "pey-non-sol-len or whatever" samples disappear, and Neal concludes that either Savage, island-doctor J.Carroll Naish or Abner Biberman is the guilty party working for the Axis to get the penicillin formula. This isn't exactly Holmes-or-Chan sleuthing on his part as he knows he isn't guilty and the only people on the island, with the exception of three natives, are those he names as suspects. He doesn't know that a two-man Japanese submarine (with five or six Germans on board plus the two Japanese crewmen)is lurking offshore, but his list of suspects is basically correct, as none of the people from the sub have come ashore yet. Well, one has but he floated in. Discounting the floater, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that between Savage, Naish and Biberman, which one who can least bear scrutiny.
51.
Secret Command (1944) as Art Director
A surprise visit from his brother almost blows an undercover agent out of the water.
52.
The Soul of a Monster (1944) as Art Director
A mysterious woman saves a doctor's life at the price of his soul.
53.
Swing in the Saddle (1944) as Art Director
54.
Address Unknown (1944) as Art Director
A German-born art dealer finds himself falling for Nazi propaganda.
55.
None Shall Escape (1944) as Art Director
A Nazi officer on trial for war crimes thinks back on his past.
56.
After Midnight with Boston Blackie (1943) as Art Director
A reformed thief gets himself arrested fetching some jewels for a friend.
57.
The Boy from Stalingrad (1943) as Art Director
Russian children out in the fields gathering grain find themselves in the path of the invading German army making its way to Stalingrad, a target city of their onslaught. The four youths, Kolya, Grisha, Pavel, and the girl, Nadya, realize the German army, is attacking so they set fire to the grain field's harvest. Returning to their village the children find Tommy, a hurt English consulate's son fleeing the city with his parents who perished in the attempt. They stretcher him to their village for recovery. Still alive in the rubble of the village is a young child Yuri whom the group takes in also. Kolya, the oldest assumes leadership and skirmishes to find food for the group, living in a village cellar. He discovers a German tank encampment and sabotages a tank. A Nazi Major commander sends men to scout the village who are met by resistance from the children using found weapons. The Major believes a large guerilla force is present and halts his advance to neutralize it. The Nazi soldiers capture Grisha who feigns dim wittedness. The Major believing the boy harmless, lets him go, thinking he will lead him to the Russian resistance forces. But Grisha leads the Major into a trap where the children overpower him and take him to their village refuge for questioning. The Germans, searching for their commander come upon the village and in the shooting kill all the children save Tommy who while in their midst explodes a grenade destroying himself, and the Germans around him. A German General later views the scene with much consternation and bewilderment. The surviving child patriots Kolya and Pavel are subsequently lauded by the defending Russian forces for having delayed the Nazis attacking the city long enough to allow Soviet forces time to mount their defenses against the attack on Stalingrad.
58.
There's Something About a Soldier (1943) as Art Director
Five officer candidates fight to prove their mettle during training.
59.
Two Senoritas from Chicago (1943) as Art Director
Daisy Baker, a Chicago "refuse collector" who fancies herself as a theatrical agent, finds a play which had been thrown away by two Portuguese playwrights. Without bothering to get permission, she sends it off to a New York producer named Rupert Shannon and he wires her to come to New York immediately. Daisy and her two showgirl friends, Gloria and Maria, arrive in New York where the two girls assume accents and pretend to be the sisters of the playwright. Shannon agrees to star them in a production of the play. Two former friends, Lena and Louise, recognize the girls and threaten to blow the whistle unless they are also cast. Meanwhile, the two actual playwrights sell the story to producer Sam Grohman who hires Lena and Louise.
60.
What a Woman! (1943) as Art Director
A female literary agent tries to make her star client as adventures as his most famous character.
61.
What's Buzzin' Cousin? (1943) as Art Director
Freddy Martin (Himself) and his band go on a trailer vacation, taking along Rochester (Eddie Anderson) as a handy man. They run out of gas in a ghost town and have to spend the night in the deserted Palace Hotel. The next morning, Ann Crawford (Ann Miller) and her three friends, Josie (Leslie Brooks), Billie (Jeff Donnell) and May (Carol Hughes), arrive as Ann has inherited the hotel and most of the surrounding property, and she and her friends have pooled their savings to pay off the debts and formed a company to run the hotel. Jimmie Ross (John Hubbard), singer with the band, decides to help the girls and has the hotel done over at his expense. Rochester, digging in the Victory Garden he has started, finds a gold nugget and the rush is on. Gangster Pete Hartley (Bradley Page) and his henchmen move in with intentions of taking over. He succeeds, over Ann's protests, in buying the property from her friends. Jimmie returns and thinks Ann has double-crossed him and they quarrel and part. Jimmie discovers that Rochester's gold nugget was his own gold inlay. Later, back on the radio with Freddie's band, Jimmie sings a song especially to Ann, who he hopes is listening.
62.
The Heat's On (1943) as Art Director
A would-be censor's brother produces a Broadway show with a controversial star.
63.
Let's Have Fun (1943) as Art Director
64.
Redhead from Manhattan (1943) as Art Director
65.
Good Luck, Mr. Yates (1943) as Art Director
A 4F military school teacher's lie about being accepted for active duty causes problems on the home front.
66.
My Kingdom for a Cook (1943) as Art Director
An English author must search for a new cook when he moves to rural Massachussetts.
67.
City Without Men (1943) as Art Director
68.
Passport to Suez (1943) as Art Director
A reformed thief goes undercover to stop Nazi agents from hijacking planes.
69.
Dangerous Blondes (1943) as Art Director
A mystery writer and his wife investigate the murder of a couturier's wife.
70.
Doughboys in Ireland (1943) as Art Director
71.
The More the Merrier (1943) as Art Director
The World War II housing shortage brings three people together for an unlikely romance.
72.
The Return of the Vampire (1943) as Art Director
A vampire terrorizes a British family during World War II.
73.
Cowboy in the Clouds (1943) as Art Director
A rancher turns to the Civil Air Patrol for help dealing with range fires.
74.
First Comes Courage (1943) as Art Director
A Norwegian resistance fighter seduces a Nazi officer to learn enemy secrets during World War II.
75.
The Chance of a Lifetime (1943) as Art Director
An ex-thief helps some fellow ex-cons adjust to life as defense workers, only to get involved with a robbery investigation.
76.
Hail to the Rangers (1943) as Art Director
77.
Reveille with Beverly (1943) as Art Director
A tap-dancing lady disc jockey finds herself torn between a wealthy man and his former chauffeur.
78.
Klondike Kate (1943) as Art Director
Molly (Glenda Farrell) and her troupe of dancing girls and "entertainers", sent for by saloon owner "Sometime" Smith, arrive in a Klondike mining town by train. Smith is out of town and rival saloon owner Jefferson Braddock (Tom Neal) signs the girls up to work in his saloon. Also arriving is Katherine (Kate) O'Day, with a deed of ownership, willed her by her father, to Braddock's saloon. She hires attorney and self-appointed Judge Horace Crawford (George Cleveland) to handle her ownership claim, but she soon sees that the deck has been stacked against her when Crawford works the trial as the judge and also the lawyer for both sides. She takes a job as singer in the saloon, replacing Lita (Constance Worth) both as star and Braddock's "favorite." Lita helps Smith win a crooked-and-staged game of "High Card" giving Smith ownership of Braddock's saloon. But Smith double-crosses her and she shoots him somewhat dead, and Braddock is accused of the killing, and is about to be lynched.
79.
Appointment in Berlin (1943) as Art Director
A British secret agent poses as a radio personality for the Nazi's.
80.
Saddles and Sagebrush (1943) as Art Director
81.
Is Everybody Happy? (1943) as Art Director
82.
Destroyer (1943) as Art Director
The crew of a torpedoed ship fights to take out an enemy sub.
83.
Silver City Raiders (1943) as Art Director
84.
Riders of the Northwest Mounted (1943) as Art Director
Fur thieves, who murder trappers when they refuse to give up their pelts at a low price, occupy the attention of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police. The leader of the gang is Victor Renaud (Dick Curtis), also the mayor of the small Canadian town where the gang is headquartered. Lucky Kerrigan is broken from the mounted service for apparent disobedience to orders, which results in the death of a fellow Mountie. Lucky, working undercover, aids the Mounties in rounding up the gang and gains back his uniform, and also the love of Gabrielle Renaud (Adele Mara), Renaud's sister who was unaware of his criminal activities.
85.
Something to Shout About (1943) as Art Director
Following three flops in a row, Broadway stage producer Willard Samson (William Gaxton)is told by wealthy divorcee Donna Davis (Cobina Wright, Jr.)that she will finance a show but only if she is the star. The fact she can neither sing, act nor dance does not deter Samson. His press agent, Ken Douglas (Don Ameche), lives in a theatrical boarding house run by his friend from vaudeville, Larry Martin (Jack Oakie), where he meets Jeanie Maxwell (Janet Blair), singing teacher and aspiring songwriter from, of course, Altoona, Pa., who has come to New York to sell her songs. Samson is not interested in her songs as much as he is her stage abilities, but he can't get rid of Donna. Ken is also plugging for Samson to use the vaudeville acts, living at the boarding house, who can't get work because there is no more vaudeville, despite the fact that some of the acts are examples of what killed vaudeville in the first place. The show appears to have potential, with the exception of Donna, when Ken convinces her she is the perfect "outdoorable girl" for a publicity campaign and takes her to the countryside. Samson frames them as being dangerous counterfeiters and they are arrested by the country sheriff (Lee 'Lasses' White), and Samson rushes Jeanie into the star role for the final dress rehearsal. But Donna is released from jail, returns to the show for opeing night and it is a miserable flop. Jeanie returns to Altoona, Samson goes on a drunken binge and Ken tries to save the show by convincing Donna into quitting.
86.
Murder in Times Square (1943) as Art Director
A stage actor tries to solve a bizarre series of murders.
87.
The Desperadoes (1943) as Art Director
When someone robs the town bank before he can, a bandit joins forces with the sheriff to catch the real crooks.
88.
Frontier Fury (1943) as Art Director
Indian Agent Steve Langdon is dismissed from his job when a money shipment he was transporting is robbed. He fought with one of the robbers and saw a tattoo on his arm. Later when Stella arrives Steve learns she was jilted by Dan Bentley, the man with that tattoo. So Steve puts her to work in a medicine show hoping she will be seen by one of Bentley's men.
89.
Robin Hood of the Range (1943) as Art Director
Steve Malone (Charles Starrett), an orphan raised by an early-day railroad pioneer, assumes a masked disguise to help the homesteaders who are being deprived of their ranches by a railroad land grab. To do this, he has to go up against Henry Malone (Kenneth MacDonald), his foster parent.
90.
Sahara (1943) as Art Director
An international platoon fights off Nazis in World War II Africa.
91.
The Fighting Buckaroo (1943) as Art Director
92.
It's a Great Life (1943) as Art Director
93.
Footlight Glamour (1943) as Art Director
94.
Power of the Press (1943) as Art Director
95.
She Has What It Takes (1943) as Art Director
An aspiring actress pretends to be a beloved stage star's daughter.
96.
Law of the Northwest (1943) as Art Director
97.
One Dangerous Night (1943) as Art Director
Michael Lanyard, alias the Lone Wolf and his man Friday, Jamison (Eric Blore), pick up Eve Andrews (Marguerite Chapman), when her car is wrecked. At her place, they discover the body of wealthy playboy Harry Cooper (Gerald Mohr) and are arrested. Inspector Crane (Thurston Hall), who doesn't believe the Lone Wolf has reformed, discovers jewels are missing. Lanyard and Jamison escape. Lanyard learns Cooper was blackmailing Eve, Sonia Budenney (Tala Birell), wife of a famous physician, and Jane Merrick (Mona Barrie), famous actress. He is spotted by gossip columnist Sidney Shaw (Warren Ashe), who agrees not to turn him in if he can tag along. Lanyard learns that Cooper planned to meet a woman at the airport. Hurrying there, he spots the girl and has Jamison trail her. Later, as he is questioning the girl, Patricia (Margaret Hayes), she is shot and wounded. After being turned in twice by Shaw and escaping , despite his promise not to do so, Lanyard and Jamison return again to Patricia's apartment where he learns that she is Shaw's wife.
98.
Confessions of Boston Blackie (1942) as Art Director
A reformed thief cracks a ring of art thieves to clear himself of murder charges.
99.
Not a Ladies' Man (1942) as Art Director
100.
Vengeance of the West (1942) as Art Director
The last entry in Columbia's series co-starring Bill Elliott and Tex Ritter (who departed for the corrals at Republic and Universal), and a remake of 1931's "The Avenger" with Buck Jones: Joaquin Murietta (Bill Elliott)is robbed of his property by Jeff Gorman (Dick Curtis) and town banker Gil Kirby (Robert Fiske) and seeks revenge by disguising himself as a masked bandit, known as The Grey Shadow,and begins to raid gold shipments intended for Gorman and Kirby. Anita Morrell (Adele Mara) arrives in town and is shocked to learn that her father has been murdered. California Ranger Tex Lake (Tex Ritter) investigates and finds clues, planted by Gorman and Kirby,implicating Murietta. Kirby, the real killer, demands $2,000 from Anita in return for the deed to her father's gold mine.Murietta comes to her, denies any involvement in the killing, and gives her the needed money. Lake is on Murietta's trail, but the two are soon united in a fight against the outlaws.
101.
Overland to Deadwood (1942) as Art Director
Cash Quinlan (Norman Willis), owner of the Quinlan Hauling Company, is the leader behind a band of raiders, who have been robbing stagecoaches between Mesquite and Deadwood, in an effort to drive his competitors out of business so that he will be able to get the railroad franchise for himself. The only outfit still left is one owned by Linda Banning (Leslie Brooks.) Steve Prescott (Charles Starrett) and Lucky Chandler (Russell Hayden)stop a holdup of a Banning stage and offer the girl their services. They are lodged in her barn, along with Harmony Hobbs (Cliff Edwards), when Quinlan's men set it on fire, but Steve recognizes one of the outlaws. Convinced he must use strategy to trap Quinlan, Steve picks a fight with Lucky and the, after losing it, goes to Quinlan stating he wants revenge against Lucky and Miss Banning, and asks to drive Quinlan's stage in the race to determine which line gets the franchise. Quinlan, though, suspects a trick and puts a broken axel-pin on Steve's wagon. He also has a dynamite charge placed in the stage driven by Lucky and then, has another one of his men drive a third stage.
102.
Counter-Espionage (1942) as Art Director
A reformed criminal hunts Nazi spies in London during the Blitz.
103.
The Lone Prairie (1942) as Art Director
Russell Hayden, Dub Taylor, Lucille Lambert, John Merton, & Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys. Way out west, a gang of desperados exploit the local settlers until Russell Hayden straps on his six-shooters and restores law and order to the once-peaceful prairie.
104.
You Were Never Lovelier (1942) as Art Director
An Argentine heiress thinks a penniless American dancer is her secret admirer.
105.
Junior Army (1942) as Art Director
An English refugee and a street thug go to military school together.
106.
Down Rio Grande Way (1942) as Art Director
107.
Sabotage Squad (1942) as Art Director
108.
My Sister Eileen (1942) as Art Director
Two sisters - one smart, one pretty - move to New York to build careers.
109.
The Spirit of Stanford (1942) as Art Director
110.
The Devil's Trail (1942) as Art Director
Its pre-civil war days and Bull McQuade is trying to keep Kansas from becomming a free state. He controls the town of Tiburon, a haven for wanted outlaws. One of the wanted men is Bill Hickok and Marshal Tex Martin comes to get him. Later when Hickok saves Tex's life, the two join up and return to Tiburon to try and bring in McQuade and his gang.
111.
Laugh Your Blues Away (1942) as Art Director
112.
Blondie Goes to College (1942) as Art Director
Dagwood decides to go to college. Blondie goes along with him, keeping their marriage a secret. They send Baby Dumpling off to military school where he becomes top sergeant. Blondie is hounded by the campus stud and Dagwood makes the rowing team. It is revealed that a new child is on the way.
113.
Underground Agent (1942) as Art Director
114.
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1942) as Art Director
115.
The Adventures of Martin Eden (1942) as Art Director
116.
Boston Blackie Goes Hollywood (1942) as Art Director
When he's framed for robbery, a reformed thief takes off to find the real culprit.
117.
Riders of the Northland (1942) as Art Director
118.
Flight Lieutenant (1942) as Art Director
A disgraced pilot sets out to regain his son's respect.
119.
Hello Annapolis (1942) as Art Director
120.
Shut My Big Mouth (1942) as Art Director
(Com '42,BW). Joe E. Brown, Adele Mara, Victor Jory, Fritz Feld, Don Beddoe, Pedro de Cordoba, Lloyd Bridges, Forrest Tucker, Chief Thunder-Cloud. A meek easterner (Joe E. Brown) unwittingly becomes sheriff of a western town and resorts to dressing in drag in order to foil the plans of the villainous Victor Jory. One of Joe E. Brown's most popular comedies.
121.
Parachute Nurse (1942) as Art Director
Hospital nurses Glenda White (Marguerite Chapman) and Dottie Morrison (Kay Harris) join the newly-formed corps of parachute nurses to be dropped at sites where ordinary medical aide is inaccessible. They discover they have let themselves in for a life of rigorous training governed by strict military rules, with the only bright spots being their instructors, Lieutenant Jim Woods (William Wright) and Sergeant Peters (Frank Sully.) After weeks of arduous training, one of the earlier-entered classes is ready for practice jumps.Tragedy strikes when Gretchen Ernst (Evelyn Wahl), an American-born nurse who has been ostracized because she has a brother in the German army, commits suicide by failing to pull her rip cord during her jump. When it is time for Glenda's class to make their jumps, Glenda remembers Gretchen and cannot summon enough courage to make the leap. Jim and Peters are determined to force her to complete the course.
122.
A Man's World (1942) as Art Director
123.
Pardon My Gun (1942) as Art Director
124.
A Night to Remember (1942) as Art Director
A mystery writer and his wife stumble on a murder in their new apartment.
125.
Riding Through Nevada (1942) as Art Director
126.
They All Kissed the Bride (1942) as Art Director
A woman running a trucking company falls for the reporter out to expose her business practices.
127.
Two Yanks in Trinidad (1942) as Art Director
128.
Blondie's Blessed Event (1942) as Art Director
129.
The Boogie Man Will Get You (1942) as Art Director
A young divorcee tries to convert a house into a hotel despite its oddball inhabitants.
130.
Stand by All Networks (1942) as Art Director
A radio reporter sets out to track down and expose Nazi agents.
131.
Sweetheart of the Fleet (1942) as Art Director
132.
Alias Boston Blackie (1942) as Art Director
A reformed thief tracks down an escaped convict so he can prove the man is innocent.
133.
Canal Zone (1942) as Art Director
134.
Daring Young Man (1942) as Art Director
135.
Cadets on Parade (1942) as Art Director
Austin Shannon (Freddie Bartholomew), after showing cowardice in sports and unable to adjust to student life, decides he is a misfit at military school and runs away. He meets newsboy Joe Novak (Jimmy Lydon)and they become friends. A $1000 reward is posted for Freddie's return but Joe doesn't take advantage of it. Joe desires an education so Austin tutors him, while Joe teaches Austin how to box, play baseball and football...without flinching (no small task indeed when working with a Freddie Bartholomew character.)
136.
A Tornado in the Saddle (1942) as Art Director
137.
The Lady Is Willing (1942) as Settings
A Broadway star has to find a husband so she can adopt an abandoned child.
138.
Prairie Gunsmoke (1942) as Art Director
To win possession of the ranches he holds mortgages on, crooked banker Jim Kelton (Tristram Coffin) has his henchmen led by Spike Allen (Joe McGuinn) raid the ranches and stampede the cattle herds thereby ensuring the ranchers can't meet their notes. U. S. Marshal Wild Bill Hickok (Bill Elliott) arrives and is immediately distrusted by Tex Terrell (Tex Ritter) because of Hickok's policy of enforcing the letter of the law. But when Hickok rescues rancher Henry Wade (Hal Price) and his daughter Lucy (Virginia Carroll) from the Kelton gang, Tex joins with Hickok to use the law against Kelton.
139.
Bad Men of the Hills (1942) as Art Director
U.S. Marshal Dave Upjohn (John Shay) arrives in Sundown to investigate reports of lawlessness and is met by Sheriff Mace Arnold (Alan Bridge) and his deputy, Lefty Brant (Dick Botiller.) Knowing that an investigation will disclose that they have being using their office to rob the ranchers, they murder Upjohn. When his son Steve (Charles Starrett), posing as Steve Carlton, learns of the murder, he vows vengeance. Arnold's gang captures him, knocks him unconscious, ties him to his horse and then drives the animal into Chimney Hole, trusting that the canyon's tough residents will kill him for prying into their affairs. Steve soon learns that, rather then being outlaws, the people of Chimney Hole are really upstanding ranchers who have fled there to get away from Arnold and his gang. At first, Steve suspects the leader, Lucky Shelton (Russell Hayden), of being responsible for the murder, but Harmony Haines (Cliff Edwards), proves to him that Arnold was the man responsible. The ranchers agree to cooperate with Steve in an effort to drive Arnold from office. He and Lucky ride to town where they offer to pay Arnold $8,000 in "back taxes" as a bribe to make peace. When he accepts the bribe, the honest citizens break in and a gun-fight battle ensues.
140.
Blondie for Victory (1942) as Art Director
Blondie organizes Housewives of America to perform homefront wartime duties, including guarding the local dam. Dagwood and the other husbands don't care to be left home doing the cooking and taking care of the kids, so Dagwood pretends to join the Army. Blondie disbands the organization and comes home.
141.
North of the Rockies (1942) as Art Director
Morgan and his gang are smuggling furs across the border. Both the Mounties on the Canadian side and Tex Martin on the American side are after them. When Morgan sets up Tex to be found with furs, Mountie Bill arrests him. But he lets him go hoping he will lead him to the gang and eventually the two join forces.
142.
Smith of Minnesota (1942) as Art Director
143.
Submarine Raider (1942) as Art Director
A submarine captain tries to warn the Navy about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
144.
The Talk of the Town (1942) as Art Director
An escaped political prisoner and a stuffy law professor vie for the hand of a spirited schoolteacher.
145.
Meet the Stewarts (1942) as Art Director
A socialite struggles to live on her blue-collar husband's salary.
146.
The Wife Takes a Flyer (1942) as Art Director
147.
Lawless Plainsmen (1942) as Art Director
148.
The Man Who Returned to Life (1942) as Art Director
David Jamieson (John Howard), a Northerner, is forced to flee from a Maryland town where he is suspected of murdering the girl who attempted to force him to marry her on the eve of his wedding to another girl. He flees and assumes a new identity but returns to save the life of the man accused of killing him.
149.
Atlantic Convoy (1942) as Art Director
150.
West of Tombstone (1942) as Art Director
151.
Lucky Legs (1942) as Art Director
152.
The Face Behind the Mask (1941) as Art Director
When a fire leaves him hideously scarred, an immigrant turns to crime.
153.
They Dare Not Love (1941) as Art Director
154.
You Belong to Me (1941) as Art Director
A playboy marries a woman doctor then grows jealous of her male patients.
155.
Blondie Goes Latin (1941) as Art Director
156.
Naval Academy (1941) as Art Director
A tough student at the Garfield Reform School is given a chance to straighten his life when a friend of his father's, offers to enroll him at the State Naval Academy.
157.
The Officer and the Lady (1941) as Art Director
158.
Bedtime Story (1941) as Art Director
A stage star's dreams of retirement conflict with her playwright husband's need for a hit -- with her starring.
159.
This Thing Called Love (1941) as Art Director
A new bride insists on postponing the wedding night until she and her husband are sure it's forever.
160.
Two Latins from Manhattan (1941) as Art Director
161.
Under Age (1941) as Art Director
162.
The Devil Commands (1941) as Art Director
A scientist kills innocent victims in his efforts to communicate with his late wife.
163.
Harvard, Here I Come (1941) as Art Director
164.
Adventure in Washington (1941) as Art Director
165.
Penny Serenade (1941) as Art Director
A woman on the verge of divorce recalls her heartbreaking attempts to adopt a child.
166.
Three Girls About Town (1941) as Art Director
Sisters working at a hotel try to hide a dead body before the next convention arrives.
167.
Go West, Young Lady (1941) as Art Director
A sheriff's girlfriend tries to unearth the identity of a masked bandit chief.
168.
Honolulu Lu (1941) as Art Director
169.
Ladies in Retirement (1941) as Art Director
A housekeeper tries to manage her actress employer and her own emotionally disturbed sisters.
170.
Her First Beau (1941) as Art Director
171.
Texas (1941) as Art Director
Friendly cowhands end up on opposite sides of the law.
172.
The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance (1941) as Art Director
A reformed jewel thief fights to clear his name when he's framed for murder.
173.
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) as Art Director
A Broadway dancing team splits up when the male dancer is drafted.
174.
I Was a Prisoner on Devil's Island (1941) as Art Director
175.
Two in a Taxi (1941) as Art Director
176.
Tillie the Toiler (1941) as Art Director
177.
Mystery Ship (1941) as Art Director
178.
The Blonde from Singapore (1941) as Art Director
179.
Harmon of Michigan (1941) as Art Director
Tom Harmon (ol' # 98 for the Michigan Wolverines, husband of actress Elyse Knox and father of Mark Harmon and Kelly Harmon)took a back seat to no one on the football field (except the Minnesota Gophers) or, later, in the broadcast booth, but, on film, he managed to find himself in two of the all-time bad sports movies..."The Spirit of West Point" and "Harmon of Michigan." The latter, if it had been a true-life biography of Tom Harmon, might have made a passable film but after a short prologue, narrated by sports writer Bill Henry who is not the same as actor William Henry, that semi-recaps Harmon's football-playing days at the University of Michigan, it quickly develops into a mess that indicates the director and writers used the technical adviser, Coach Jeff Cravath, only to put plays on the blackboard. Once Harmon,(supposedly playing himself but the character he plays here has more character flaws than the law allows), graduates from Michigan, he marries his college sweetheart Peggy Adams (Anita Louise), turns up his nose at the prospect of playing professional football---a poor-paying and not-that-well respected job in 1941---and starts a vagabond tour of coaching tank-water colleges. Authenicity went out the window when the narration ended, as did any kind of time tracking, as everything that follows seems to happen in a single football season. Tom takes an assistant coach job at a cow-pasture college under Jimmy Wayburn (William Hall) and lasts one day before Wayburn fires him. Then he signs to play for a College All-Star team doing exhibition games against pro teams, but his team-mates, hacked because Tom gets star billing, lay down on him and he gets smacked down hard on every play. One of the leaders willing to let Harmon get slaughtered is old Michigan teammate Forrest Evashevski (playing himself), a life-long friend in real life and Godfather to Mark Harmon and a long-time respected coach at the University of Iowa. Harmon wins the game by himself, but decides this isn't his cup of tea. He hangs around the house a few weeks, then gets a job as an assistant under old-time coach Pop Branch at a college that has three buidings on campus and a football stadium seating 100,000 fans. He helps Pop win a few games (still ticking along in what appears to be the same fall football season), but the alumni at Webster College are tired of losing, fire their coach and hire Harmon away from Pop. Harmon takes over the Webster team in mid-season and becomes the all-time example of a hard-ass coach willing to win at any cost, including installing a screen-pass play that depends on an illegal blcoking scheme---the Flying Wedge---to make it work. His Webster team begins to thump their opponents by large scores, usually leaving the other team battered and bloodied by the use of the illegal blocking scheme. They win four or five games which, based on the writers time scheme, would have them playing 20 games a season in what was then a nine-and-ten game season. Plus, the press and other coaches around and about, are up in arms about Harmon's tatics, but the jerks refereeing the games evidently haven't read the rule book nor the newspapers and throw no penalty flags against his team. Well, one referee does once, but he never officiated nor had lunch in that town again. It, by any reasonable calendar must now be July of the next year in a season that should have ended in December, and hard-case Harmon's team is going up against Pop's team (where Harmon coached earlier in this never-ending season) and Pop drops by and tells Tom he ain't all that fond of Tom's coaching methods, but Tom poo-pahs him off, and then sends his team out and they gleefully dismantle Pop's fair-playing team by 109-0. But Webster's quarterback Freddie Davis (Stanley Brown) suffers a concussion running a play Harmon calls just to run up the score even higher---Harmon evidently didn't read the script because nobody using their own name would want this character perceived
180.
Sing for Your Supper (1941) as Art Director
181.
Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941) as Art Director
A prizefighter who died before his time is reincarnated as a tycoon with a murderous wife.
182.
Our Wife (1941) as Art Director
A musician's ex-wife wants him back after he finds love and success.
183.
Richest Man in Town (1941) as Art Director
184.
The Stork Pays Off (1941) as Art Director
Gangster Deak Foster (Victory Jory) and his three henchmen, Brains Moran (Maxie Rosenbloom), Ears-to-the-Ground Hinkle (Horace MacMahon) and Photofinish Farris (George McKay), take over what they think is a night club run by a rival, Stud Rocco (Ralf Harold), only to discover it is a nursery run by Irene Perry (Rochelle Hudson). All fall under the benign influence to the point where the three henchmen go to night school to be educated and Deak falls in love with Julie.
185.
Blondie in Society (1941) as Art Director
Dagwood brings home a pedigreed Great Dane which an important company client wants and which Blondie enters in the big dog show. A highlight of this film is the canine burping display.
186.
Riders of the Badlands (1941) as Art Director
When Collins and his men attack the stage they kill Lucky's bride. When Lucky spots Steve Langdon, a dead ringer for Collins, he arrests him. With Steve scheduled to be hung, Lucky gradually realizes what happened and forges a release for Steve. With the Rangers after them they head out hoping to catch Collins.
187.
Secrets of the Lone Wolf (1941) as Art Director
188.
She Knew All the Answers (1941) as Art Director
189.
Time Out for Rhythm (1941) as Art Director
The producers of a musical each hire different women to star.
190.
Sweetheart of the Campus (1941) as Art Director
A college dean tries to keep a nightclub from opening too close to his campus.
191.
Five Little Peppers in Trouble (1940) as Art Director
Five siblings face boarding school when their working mother can't hold a job and care for them.
192.
The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date (1940) as Art Director
A reformed thief tracks down a missing stamp collection and a kidnapped businessman.
193.
Before I Hang (1940) as Art Director
A mad scientist experiments with a serum tainted with a psychopath's blood.
194.
Arizona (1940) as Art Director
A tough pioneer woman needs a young man's help in fighting land grabbers and finding love.
195.
The Lone Wolf Strikes (1940) as Art Director
A reformed jewel thief helps an heiress retrieve a stolen necklace.
196.
Glamour for Sale (1940) as Art Director
197.
Blondie Has Servant Trouble (1940) as Art Director
Mr. Dithers has a house he can't unload because it is rumored to be haunted. When he lets the Bumsteads move into it, they discover sliding panels and secret passages. The haunting is the work of the butler and his wife who figure the house rightfully belongs to them.
198.
Blondie Plays Cupid (1940) as Art Director
The Bumsteads decide to spend a safe and sane 4th of July at Aunt Hannah's ranch. After missing their station, they hitch a ride with a young couple who are getting ready to elope. The young man, Charlie, sprains his ankle, so Dagwood is enlisted to carry the girl off for him. Dagwood climbs into her father's window by mistake, and just as the old man is about to explode with rage, Baby Dumpling explodes a firecracker which turns out to be a stick of dynamite. As the action reaches its peak, a gusher of oil suddenly springs up in the yard.
199.
The Man with Nine Lives (1940) as Art Director
A doctor's attempts to cure cancer lead to a series of grisly murders.
200.
Five Little Peppers at Home (1940) as Art Director
Five siblings enlist a crusty old businessman to help save their mother from bankruptcy.
201.
The Doctor Takes A Wife (1940) as Art Director
A man-hating author and a woman-hating doctor have to pretend they're married.
202.
His Girl Friday (1940) as Art Director
An unscrupulous editor plots to keep his star reporter-and ex-wife-from re-marrying.
203.
Phantom Submarine (1940) as Art Director
204.
Island of Doomed Men (1940) as Art Director
A government agent infiltrates a prison island to build a case against its corrupt, sadistic warden.
205.
So You Won't Talk (1940) as Art Director
206.
Angels over Broadway (1940) as Art Director
A playwright persuades a con artist to help an embezzler go straight.
207.
The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady (1940) as Art Director
A reformed jewel thief tries to clear a society beauty of murder charges.
208.
He Stayed for Breakfast (1940) as Art Director
209.
Escape to Glory (1940) as Art Director
Amid rumors of war in Europe, a group of Americans rush homeward aboard a British freighter.
210.
Out West with the Peppers (1940) as Art Director
A working class family moves West in search of better fortune.
211.
Too Many Husbands (1940) as Art Director
When her long lost husband returns after her re-marriage, a woman decides to try life with two mates.
212.
Music in My Heart (1940) as Art Director
A chorus girl engaged to a millionaire falls for the star of her latest musical.
213.
The Lady in Question (1940) as Art Director
When a jury member takes in the defendant he couldn't convict, she has a bad influence on his son.
214.
Nobody's Children (1940) as Art Director
An orphaned boy vows to stay with his sister even though her physical challenges discourage adoptive parents.
215.
Only Angels Have Wings (1939) as Art Director
A team of flyers risks their lives to deliver the mail in a mountainous South American country.
216.
Golden Boy (1939) as Art Director
A crooked promoter lures a young violinist to give up music for boxing.
217.
Good Girls Go to Paris (1939) as Art Director
An English professor helps a waitress take a dream vacation in Paris.
218.
Cafe Hostess (1939) as Art Director
Jo (Ann Dvorak), a "percentage girl" at the notorious Club 46, is in despair. She can see no way out of the dreary and sordid routine of entertaining customers - called drinking and dancing in 1940 - and, at a signal from piano player Eddie Morgan (Douglas Fowley), rolling them for their money. Eddie, besides being brutal to her and spending all her money, is also carrying on an affair with another girl. Jo's only friend is Annie (Wynne Gibson), a former actress but now a drink-sodden derelict. Annie keeps to herself the knowledge that it was Eddie who threw the knife that killed a petty racketeer who was too attentive to Jo. Sailor Dan Walters (Preston Foster) and two of his pals arrive from a cruise and his good nature delights Joe, but at a wink from Eddie, Jo attempts to steal his money. Dan swallows his disillusionment and returns to the cafe, and he and Jo enjoy a day-long picnic together. She accepts his marriage proposal and go to an up-state town where he has a job waiting. Eddie does not accept this turn events any too well, and sets a trap for Dan when he comes after Jo. When he arrives, in an attempt to save his life, Jo denounces and ridicules him and he leaves angrily. He is net by Annie, who tells him of the set-up. Gathering his pals, Dan returns to the cafe and starts a brawl.
219.
Blondie Meets the Boss (1939) as Art Director
Dagwood Bumstead (Arthur Lake) quits his job when his long-awaited vacation is postponed. Blondie (Penny Singleton) asks J.C. Dithers (Jonathan Hale) to give Dagwood his job back, and Dithers agrees but on the condition that Blondie take charge of the office while he is in Washington closing a deal. Dagwood, left to tend the house while Blondie goes to work, succumbs to a neighbor's suggestion to go fishing and leaves Baby Dumpling (Larry Simms) in care of Blondie's sister, Dot (Dorothy Moore), in town for a jitterbug contest. While fishing, Dagwood meets two entertainers from the Garden Cafe and when one of them, Francine (Linda Winters), almost overturns the boat, Dagwood grabs to save her, and the "glutch" is photographed. Blondie has the film from Dagwood's camera developed, and Dithers wires her to buy some land owned by the Garden Club proprietor before he learns that it has been approved as the site of the new airport. Enroute, she picks up the developed film. Dagwood has wandered off to play pool, and Dot and her boy friend, Freddie (Joel Dean), take Baby Dumpling with them to the jitterbug contest at the Garden Cafe. Blondie recognizes Francine from the fishing photograph just as Dagwood comes along in pursuit of Baby Dumpling. She smacks him with her purse, then leaves with Baby Dumpling. The cafe owner finds the Dithers telegram realizes the importance of his land. Meanwhile, reeling from the impact of Blondie's blow, wins the jitterbug contest with his wild gyrations.
220.
Coast Guard (1939) as Art Director
A Coast Guard lieutenant and a reckless flyer vie for the same woman.
221.
The Amazing Mr. Williams (1939) as Art Director
The mayor's secretary competes with her homicide detective fiancé's devotion to his job.
222.
The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt (1939) as Art Director
A spy forces a reformed jewel thief to crack the safe where plans for an anti-aircraft gun are stored.
223.
Those High Grey Walls (1939) as Art Director
224.
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) as Art Director
An idealistic Senate replacement takes on political corruption.
225.
Let Us Live (1939) as Art Director
Two wrongly convicted men are sentenced to death.
226.
Romance of the Redwoods (1939) as Art Director
227.
The Lady and the Mob (1939) as Art Director
A woman sets out to break a criminal gang controlling the dry cleaning business.
228.
Beware, Spooks! (1939) as Art Director
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.
229.
Homicide Bureau (1939) as Art Director
A homicide detective clashes with a beautiful citizens' rights advocate while investigating war profiteers.
230.
Blondie Takes a Vacation (1939) as Art Director
Blondie and Dagwood are in charge of operations at a mountain motel. The elderly owners of the establishment are in danger of losing their life savings. Among other things, arson threatens.
231.
Blind Alley (1939) as Art Director
When a gangster takes him hostage, a psychiatrist psychoanalyzes the criminal.
232.
Blondie Brings Up Baby (1939) as Art Director
A book salesman (Olin Howlin as Olin Howland) sells Blondie Bumstead (Penny Singleton) a set of books on child training because he has convinced her that Baby Dumplin (Larry Simms) is a child prodigy. Meanwhile, J.C. Dithers (Jonathan Hale), boss of Blondie's husband, Dagwood Bumstead (Arthur Lake), rips Dagwood for altering the plans on an apartment building the construction firm is building for Abner Cartwright (Robert Middlemass) and, to keep his job, Dagwood must get Cartwright to sign off on the changes - the latter refuses in order to escape from an unfavorable contract. Baby Dumpling, the genius, is registered at school and Daisy, accompanying him, is picked up by the dog-catcher on the way back home and taken to the pound. Daisy is adopted by Melinda Mason (Peggy Ann Garner), the crippled daughter of one of the town's wealthiest men. Baby Dumpling looks everywhere and can not find Daisy, and plays hooky from school the next day. Immediately, Blondie and Dagwood suspect kidnapping, and Dagwood learns that Melinda, also missing, was last seen playing with a little boy and a dog. Dagwood promptly heads for the Mason estate, where he is even more promptly arrested as a kidnap suspect.
233.
Smashing the Spy Ring (1938) as Art Director
234.
Women in Prison (1938) as Art dir assoc
235.
Holiday (1938) as Art dir assoc
An unhappy heiress falls in love with her stodgy sister's freethinking fiance.
236.
Squadron of Honor (1938) as Art dir assoc
237.
Penitentiary (1938) as Art dir assoc
238.
Blondie! (1938) as Art Director
239.
I Am the Law (1938) as Art dir assoc
A law professor signs on as special prosecutor to take on the mob.
240.
There's That Woman Again (1938) as Art Director
241.
The Little Adventuress (1938) as Art Director
242.
When G-Men Step In (1938) as Art dir assoc
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.
243.
There's Always a Woman (1938) as Art dir assoc
While working on a simple case, married private eyes uncover a murder.
244.
No Time to Marry (1938) as Art dir assoc
245.
Girls' School (1938) as Art dir assoc
A student accused of tattling fights to regain her classmates' trust.
246.
Start Cheering (1938) as Art dir assoc
Fed up with Hollywood, a movie star enrolls in a small-town college.
247.
The Lady Objects (1938) as Art dir assoc
248.
You Can't Take It with You (1938) as [Art dir] assoc
A girl from a family of freethinkers falls for the son of a conservative banker.
249.
The Shadow (1937) as Art Director
Mary Gillespie is restoring the Col. Gillespie Circus to its former splendor after her father's death. With the help of her publicist boyfriend Jim, the sell-out crowds are returning to the big top. Egotistical equestrian star Senor Martinet, however, holds $60,000 of notes signed by the Colonel and due in 24 hours. When a mysterious shadowy figure is seen on the circus lot, and Martinet is murdered in the center ring during his performance, there are suspects aplenty, including Vindecco, Martinet's badly abused hunchback assistant. When Vindecco is murdered after confiding clues to Mary, Jim turns her over to the local sheriff, and continues the investigation to unmask the shaodw on his own.
250.
Murder in Greenwich Village (1937) as Art Director
An heiress enlists a photographer to help clear her name of a murder charge.
251.
I'll Take Romance (1937) as Art Director
An opera manager tries to woo a soprano back to his company.
252.
She Married an Artist (1937) as Art dir assoc
253.
The Awful Truth (1937) as Art Director
A divorced couple keeps getting mixed up in each other's love lives.
254.
Lost Horizon (1937) as Asst art dir
Four fugitives from a Chinese revolution discover a lost world of peace and harmony.
255.
Public Hero No. 1 (1935) as Art dir assoc
An undercover G-man helps with a jailbreak to learn the mob's secrets.
256.
One New York Night (1935) as Art dir assoc
A farmer on the loose in Manhattan finds a dead body in the next hotel room.

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