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Edward A. Kull

Edward A. Kull

  • Death Valley Rangers (1943) September 27 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
RATE AND COMMENT

COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Tarzan and the Green Goddess (1938) as Director
Tarzan recounts his recent adventures in Guatemala.
2.
Three Wise Monks (1936) as Director
3.
Man's Best Friend (1935) as Director
4.
The New Adventures of Tarzan (1935) as Director
Tarzan goes to Guatemala to find his lost friend and help discover hidden treasure.
5.
With Stanley in Africa (1922) as Director
6.
Bulldog Courage (1922) as Director
7.
Barriers of Folly (1922) as Director
8.
Diamond Queen, The (1921) as Director
9.
The Man Trackers (1921) as Director
10.
Vanishing Dagger, The (1920) as Director
11.
The Pointing Finger (1919) as Director
12.

Cinematography (feature film)

14.
Arctic Fury (1949) as Photography
A doctor lost in the frozen North fights his way back to civilization.
15.
A Boy, a Girl and a Dog (1946) as Director of Photography
16.
Marked for Murder (1945) as Photography
Rangers Dave and Panhandle arrive and are joined by Lawyer Tex to try and stop the range war between the ranchers and the sheep men. After they jail the ranchers for attacking the sheep men, they are lead away from town by a decoy as the real culprits head for town to kill the ranchers and blame the sheep men.
17.
Brand of the Devil (1944) as Photography
Jolley is the leader of the Devil's Brand gang of rustlers. When Molly Dawson sends for the Texas Rangers, Tex, Jim, and Panhandle arrive pretending not to know each other. But eventually their identities become known and they are captured by the gang.
18.
Harmony Trail (1944) as Cinematographer
Sent to investigate a payroll robbery, Marshall Rocky meets his old friends Ken, Eddie, and Max. He has the serial numbers and when Pop puts on his medicine show they get one of the bills. This enables Ken to see through Sorrell's scheme that threw the blame on an innocent rancher and he sets out to prove it.
19.
Sonora Stagecoach (1944) as Cinematographer
Accused of murder in Sonora, Rocky Camron fled and the Trail Blazers now have him in their custody. He claims he was framed so the Trail Blazers plan to take him back so he can prove his innocence. But there are those in Sonora that don't want him to return to testify and they send their henchman out to assure he doesn't make it back.
20.
The Pinto Bandit (1944) as Photography
21.
The Whispering Skull (1944) as Photography
In this western who-dun-it, a mysterious rider known as the Whispering Skull commits murder and then rides away on a horse that makes no noise. The Sheriff says he knows who the Skull is and heads out to arrest him only to be shot in the back. Ore samples that contain diamonds appear to be involved. There are many suspects who could be the Skull but his identity is not revealed until the final scene.
22.
Outlaw Trail (1944) as Cinematographer
Cowboy heroes take on a corrupt town boss.
23.
Guns of the Law (1944) as Photography
The 11th in the series of 14 "Texas Rangers" westerns from P.R.C. that starred Dave O'Brien and Jim Newill, before Newill was replaced by Tex Ritter in the concluding eight films of a very bad 22-films series: Lillian Wilkins (Jennifer Holt) and her old Civil War Veteran Uncle Jed Wilkins (Budd Buster)own a ranch through which a pipeline will be laid. They are unaware of this but Dan Tyndall (Robert Barron), Joe Hyslop (Bob Kortman) and Tom Binns (Frank McCarroll) are aware of the possibilities for a quick profit and set out to prove through crooked-surveyor Sam Brisco (Jack Ingram)that the land has been improperly surveyed and not rightfully the possession of the Wilkins. They go to family friend and attorney Kendall Lowther (Charles King) for advice and this is not a good move as Lowther is actually the brains behind the scheme to beat them out of their property. But Texas Rangers Tex Wyatt (Dave O'brien) and Jim Steele (Jim Newill) show up to take a hand on the side of the Wilkins. That also means that Panhandle Perkins (Guy Wilkerson), accompained by Lee Zahler's horrific comedy scoring, will also show up. Wilkerson's comedy and Zahler's music is enough to make one root for the villains. This one has so many villains that Bud Osborne is relagated to playing a good guy role.
24.
Arizona Whirlwind (1944) as Cinematographer
A band of crime-busting cowboys take on diamond smugglers.
25.
Teen Age (1943) as Director of Photography
26.
Black Market Rustlers (1943) as Photography
27.
Death Valley Rangers (1943) as Cinematographer
Government agents are called in to stop a series of gold shipment robberies.
28.
Bullets and Saddles (1943) as Photography
Hammond is after the Craig ranch and has framed Charlie Craig for murder. Mother Craig brings in the Range Busters. They capture one of Hammond's men and Alibi plans to trick him into a confession as to who the real murderer is. Meanwhile, Denny has overheard Hammond's plans for his next move and he and Crash set out to round up the gang.
29.
Cowboy Commandos (1943) as Photography
It's 1943 and a mine is producing magnesium for the war effort. A group of Nazis are nearby trying to sabotage the ore production and some of their men have jobs in the mine. The Range Busters arrive with Alibi taking a job in the mine and then being immediately fired. Claiming to want revenge against the mine owner gets him accepted among the saboteurs and his eavesdropping enables Crash and Denny to move just as the saboteurs plan to strike.
30.
Rodeo Rhythm (1942) as Director of Photography
31.
Fangs of the Wild (1942) as Photography
32.
Law of the Wolf (1941) as Photography
33.
Gun Cargo (1941) as Photography
34.
Land of the Six Guns (1940) as Photography
35.
Covered Wagon Trails (1940) as Photography
A wagon train of settlers is approaching Prairieville and rancher Allen is out to stop them by having some of his men join the train and poison the horses. When Jack Cameron arrives in Prairieville with replacement horses, he learns his brother who was with the train has been murdered. A piece of his brother's clothing identifies a member of the gang and Jack sets out to find the rest of them and also deliver the horses.
36.
Riders from Nowhere (1940) as Photography
37.
The Cheyenne Kid (1940) as Photography
A ranch owner gives the Cheyenne Kid $1000 and sends him off to buy cattle. At the same time he fires a ranch hand and that hand rides ahead and alerts Jeff Baker about the $1000. Bakers' henchman are too late to get the Kid but they kill the rancher paid by the Kid. The Sheriff then arrests the Kid claiming he murdered the rancher to get the money back and that Baker said he then lost it at his gambling table.
38.
Wild Horse Valley (1940) as Camera
39.
Wild Horse Range (1940) as Photography
40.
The Kid from Santa Fe (1940) as Photography
41.
Pinto Canyon (1940) as Photography
Pete Childers (George Chesebro), a notorious killer, is assigned as a deputy to Sheriff Bob Hall (Bob Steele.) Hardy Keller (Steve Clark), wanted for murder, is hiding on a ranch own by Bob's sweetheart, Helen Jones (Louise Stanley) and her brother Fred (Kenne Duncan as Kennth Duncan.) Childers is working with Farley (Ted Adams), a crooked cattle dealer. After Childers wantonly shoots down the surrendering Kellar, Bob beats him up and fires him. Bob knows that Fred is on familiar terms with the rustlers, but Helen won't believe him and they quarrel.
42.
Pioneer Days (1940) as Photography
43.
El Diablo Rides (1939) as Photography
44.
Mesquite Buckaroo (1939) as Photography
It's time for the big rodeo and it's Bob of the Allen ranch against Luke Williams of the Barns ranch. With Bob leading after the first day, Sands and Trigger kidnap him to keep him from winning.
45.
Feud of the Range (1939) as Photography
46.
Riders of the Sage (1939) as Photography
47.
Port of Hate (1939) as Photography
A group of American adventurers discover a bed of black pearls off a South Pacific island. When one of them is shot dead, a young girl in the group is accused of the crime.
48.
The Pal from Texas (1939) as Photography
49.
Smoky Trails (1939) as Photography
50.
Tarzan and the Green Goddess (1938) as Photography
Tarzan recounts his recent adventures in Guatemala.
51.
Tundra (1936) as Photography
52.
The Drag-Net (1936) as Photography
53.
The New Adventures of Tarzan (1935) as Photography
Tarzan goes to Guatemala to find his lost friend and help discover hidden treasure.
54.
The Ferocious Pal (1934) as Camera
55.
When Lightning Strikes (1934) as Photography
56.
When a Man Rides Alone (1933) as Photography
57.
Deadwood Pass (1933) as Camera
The Hawk has broken out of prison and the Sheriff and Sorrenson have a plan to have Whitlock pose as the Hawk, infiltrate the gang, and recover the stolen bonds. All goes well until The Chief who knows the real Hawk arrives.
58.
War of the Range (1933) as Photography
59.
Bachelor Mother (1933) as Camera
60.
Marriage on Approval (1933) as Camera
61.
Kiss of Araby (1933) as Camera
62.
Carnival Lady (1933) as Photography
63.
High Gear (1933) as Photography
64.
Tangled Fortunes (1932) as Cinematographer
65.
The Fighting Gentleman (1932) as Photography
66.
Mark of the Spur (1932) as Cinematographer
67.
Gambling Sex (1932) as Photography
68.
Human Targets (1932) as Cinematographer
The Dale's need money for their sick mother and Bart Travis, having found gold, says he will provide it. Duke Remsden learns of the strike and waylays Buzz Dale as he tries to record Bart's deed. Then dressed as Bart, Duke kills and robs a man. With the Sheriff after Bart, Buzz escapes capture, finds the clothes worn to impersonate Bart, and heads for the Sheriff.
69.
The Scarlet Brand (1932) as Cinematographer
70.
The Savage Girl (1932) as Photography
71.
45 Calibre Echo (1932) as Photography
72.
Man from New Mexico (1932) as Photography
73.
The Forty-Niners (1932) as Photography
74.
Murder at Dawn (1932) as Camera
75.
Out of Singapore (1932) as Photography
76.
The Penal Code (1932) as Camera
77.
Lariats and Six Shooters (1931) as Photography
78.
Quick Trigger Lee (1931) as Cinematographer
79.
Headin' for Trouble (1931) as Photography
Cyclone arrives in town just in time to see Slade cheat Courtney at poker. Cyclone takes Courtney's IOU and returns it to him. But Courtney is a compulsive gambler and Slade lures him back for another game, this time winning his ranch. Cyclone once again returns the note but is captured by Slade's men. Slade then heads out to force Courtney to sign over the deed.
80.
The Cyclone Kid (1931) as Photography
81.
Hell's Angels (1930) as Asst photog
Two buddies take on World War I flying aces and a seductive blonde.
82.
45 Calibre War (1929) as Director of Photography
83.
Manhattan Knights (1928) as Director of Photography
84.
Yellow Contraband (1928) as Director of Photography
85.
The Boss of Rustler's Roost (1928) as Director of Photography
86.
The Apache Raider (1928) as Director of Photography
87.
Making the Varsity (1928) as Director of Photography
88.
The Bronc Stomper (1928) as Director of Photography
89.
The Black Ace (1928) as Director of Photography
90.
The Devil's Twin (1927) as Director of Photography
91.
Border Blackbirds (1927) as Director of Photography
92.
The Sleeping Lion (1919) as Camera
93.
The Fire Flingers (1919) as Camera
94.
The Lure of Luxury (1918) as Camera
95.
Hungry Eyes (1918) as Camera
96.
$5,000 Reward (1918) as Camera
A wealthy old man is murdered after deciding to write his nephew out of his will. Fearing that he will be accused of the murder his nephew takes flight but, with the help of a young woman whose life he saves, he has to try and track down the real murderer.
97.
Midnight Madness (1918) as Camera
98.
The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin (1918) as Camera
A propagandistic view of the First World War, showing the political greed of the German Kaiser Wilhelm, the resistance of some of his own soldiers, and fanciful prediction of the nature of the war's end.
99.
The Little Orphan (1917) as Camera
100.
A Jewel in Pawn (1917) as Camera
101.
The Whirlpool of Destiny (1916) as Camera

Writer (feature film)

102.
The Man Trackers (1921) as Story

Producer (feature film)

103.
Man's Best Friend (1935) as Producer

Production Companies (feature film)

104.
Man's Best Friend (1935) as Company

Film Production - Main (feature film)

105.
War on the Range (1933) as Photography

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