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Art Director (feature film)

1.
One Man's Way (1964) as Art Director
The Reverend Norman Vincent Peale fights to bring his message to the nation.
2.
Gunfight at Comanche Creek (1963) as Art Director
Detective employed to help smash a band of outlaws works his way into the gang and saves himself from an impossible situation by exposing the master-mind of the gang in time to save his own life.
3.
The Daring Caballero (1949) as Art Director
4.
Alimony (1949) as Art Director
5.
State Department File 649 (1949) as Art Director
6.
Lady at Midnight (1948) as Art Director
7.
The Enchanted Valley (1948) as Art Director
8.
Mickey (1948) as Art Director
9.
The Strange Mrs. Crane (1948) as Art Director
10.
Money Madness (1948) as Art Director
11.
T-Men (1948) as Art Director
U.S. agents infiltrate a deadly counterfeiting ring.
12.
Heartaches (1947) as Art Director
13.
Born to Speed (1947) as Art Director
14.
Repeat Performance (1947) as Art Director
Sheila Page, a Broadway star, shoots Barney, her murderous husband on New Year's Eve. She flees her apartment and goes to her Producer, John Friday. When she arrives, it is New Year's day, a year earlier. She has been given the chance to live life over and correct the errors of the past only to find that the end will be the same although the path will be different.
15.
Philo Vance's Secret Mission (1947) as Supv art dir
Publisher Martin Jamison (Paul Maxey) sends for Philo Vance (Alan Curtis) as he wants to hire him as a technical advisor on the crime stories he publishes. Paul Morgan (Frank Fenton), Morgan's partner, regards the plan as foolish. Jamison tells his secretary Mona Bannister (Sheila Ryan) to bring Vance to his home that night and he will reveal the solution to the seven-year mystery of the killing of Sam Philips, former partner in the firm. Philips ex-wife (Tala Birell), now a receptionist for the company, is alarmed when she overhears. As Vance and Mona drive up, two shots are heard and Jamison's body is later found in the trunk of Vance's car.
16.
The Red Stallion (1947) as Art Director
Yong Joel Curtis (Ted Donaldson) finds an orphaned colt in the woods, whom he names "Red" and raises and trains him. When he learns that his grandmother (Jane Darwell) is going to have to sell her ranch to pay off the debts, he trains Red, with the help of Andy McBride (Robert Paige), as a race horse with the intention of selling his beloved animal friend in order to pay off his grandmother's debts.
17.
Lost Honeymoon (1947) as Art Director
When her best friend dies, a woman takes the orphaned children in search of their father.
18.
It's a Joke, Son! (1947) as Art Director
The first Eagle-Lion film stars Kenny Delmar as Senator Beauregard Claghorn, his "Allen's Alley" resident-character heard on Fred Allen's radio program. Claghorn was a blustery, one-man-Chamber-of-Commerce for all things Southern, who had no tolerence for anything north of the Mason-Dixon line, although he made allowances for South Philly. The character inspired the creation of one of the most popular of the Warners' cartoon characters, Foghorn Leghorn, who re-worked most of the originals material and style. The title of this movie is a stock line- "it's a joke, son"---he would feed a befuddled Fred Allen each week. In the film, Claghorn gets into some financial difficulties and is forced by a machine-political gang to enter a race for state senator against his wife (Una Merkel) who appears to have a good chance to beat the political hack backed by the machine. Claghorn is in to siphon votes and ensure his wife's opponent will win and is expected to run a campaign that will defeat himself and his wife. But, he runs to win and the machine's henchies abduct him.
19.
Bury Me Dead (1947) as Art Director
Barbara Carlin (June Lockhart) attends her own funeral and returns home suspecting that her husband,Rod Carlin (Mark Daniels), had tried to do away with her, and is also (rightfully) curious as to just who was the woman buried under her name. She learns that the victim was glamour girl Helen Lawrence (Sonia Darren), with whom her husband had been having an affair. Complications come from her sister Rusty (Cathy O'Donnell), who, it turns out, is not her real sister and also doesn't like her a whole lot, and from a dim-witted prize fighter,George Mandley (Greg McClure). The family attorney, Michael Dunn (Hugh Beaumont), stands around and provides little in the way of help or reason for being there, until...
20.
Out of the Blue (1947) as Art Director
Set in an apartment building whose occupants include Arthur Earthleigh (George Brent), a meek and mild type married to the beautiful-but-domineering Mae (Carole Landis); a Bohemian artist, David Galleo (Turhan Bey) and his always-there model, Deborah Tyler (Virginia Mayo); and Olive Jensen (Ann Dvorak), a Greenwich Village type who is always slightly-but-continuously inebriated, and whose motto is "love and let love." She calls on George while his wife is out, and when she passes out during his attempts to get her out before his wife returns, he thinks she is dead and deposits her on Galleo's terrace. Galleo takes advantage of the situation by using it in a blackmail scheme against Arthur, which is shakey, at best, as Olive refuses to stay dead.
21.
The Wife of Monte Cristo (1946) as Art Director
22.
Strange Impersonation (1946) as Art Director
A research scientist conducting experiments on a new anaesthetic finds herself being blackmailed by a women she accidentally knocked down with her car; the woman wasn't hurt, but a scheming attorney has convinced her she can get a lot of money for the "accident." Meanwhile, the scientist's research assistant, who is in love with her boss' boyfriend, arranges for an explosion in the laboratory that disfigures the scientist's face, in order to take the boyfriend away from her. The scientist has plastic surgery to make her look like the woman who tried to blackmail her - who while struggling with the scientist fell out of a window and was killed - and determines to get back her boyfriend and punish her scheming assistant.
23.
Junior Prom (1946) as Set
24.
The French Key (1946) as Art Director
25.
The Mask of Diijon (1946) as Art Director
26.
Secrets of a Sorority Girl (1946) as Art Director
Linda Hamilton (Mary Ware), president of Alpha Beta Sorority and Conover College campus queen, faints while at a sorority party in the company of ex-reporter Paul Reynolds (Rick Vallin), who is taking a post-graduate course. Linda learns from doctors that she has only one year to live but hesitates in telling her father, District Attorney Hamilton (Addison Richards), who is devoting his energies to wiping out illegal gambling. Linda goes with Paul to the Blue Parrot Cabaret, a notorious gambling den. Bail bondsman Justin Farley (Frank Ferguson) telephones casino owner Nick Vegas (Anthony Warde) that the police are about to make a raid and Vegas, knowing Linda is the district attorney's daughter, takes pictures of her. Several nights later, Paul takes Linda to another gambling house and more pictures are taken showing her at the roulette table and drinking. Realizing that she has hurt her father by going to the places he is trying to exterminate, she still goes to a plave ran by Whitey King (Ray Walker.) Reynolds arrives and he and Whitey get into a fight which is interrupted by a raid. Paul rescues Linda, who has been knocked unconscious. A motorcycle cop chases Paul's car and is killed when he runs into the car after Paul brakes sharply. Paul revives Linda and tells her she had been driving the car (quickly justifying the belief of audience members that no Rick Vallin character could stay heroic through a whole film.) Paul then goes to Linda with the pictures and reveals he is the secret leader of the gambling rackets, and tells her to ask her father to resign or he will give the newspapers the pictures. She refuses and Paul goes to civic committee meeting, where Mr. Hamilton is being proposed to run for governor, and shows him and other officials the pictures, plus Linda's stolen diary in which she has written about the wreck with the motorcycle policeman. Hamilton arrest his daughter and she is put on trial for the killing. Probably not a big deal to one who has only a few more months to live...
27.
Joe Palooka, Champ (1946) as Art Director
Manager Knobby Walsh discovers young hunk Joe Palooka and trains him to fight the champ. Mobsters try to make life tough for Joe and his socialite girlfriend Anne. Cameos by several boxing stars.
28.
Her Sister's Secret (1946) as Art Director
When her soldier lover disappears, a young woman gives up their child to her sister, only to have the man return intent on building a family.
29.
Detour (1946) as Art Director
A hitchhiker takes on a dead man''s identity only to face blackmail by an unscrupulous woman.
30.
The Flying Serpent (1946) as Art Director
The demented archaeologist Dr. Andrew Forbes (George Zucco) discovers a living, breathing serpent creature known to the Aztecs as Quetzalcoatl (the Killer Bird God) and accidentally kills his wife by giving her one of the beast's feathers, causing the creature to track her down and slaughter her. Now Dr. Forbes uses this twisted knowledge to extract revenge upon his enemies by placing one of the serpent's feathers on his intended victim and letting the beast loose to wreak havoc.
31.
Larceny in Her Heart (1946) as Art Director
In the second of the PRC "Michael Shayne" series,civic crusader Burton Stallings (Gordon Richards) hires private detective Michael Shayne (Hugh Beaumont) to locate the former's missing step-daughter Helen (Marie Harmon.) Shayne discovers that Stallings himself has had Helen confined in an asylum in order to obtain her money.
32.
Gentlemen with Guns (1946) as Art Director
33.
Romance of the West (1946) as Art Director
34.
Devil Bat's Daughter (1946) as Art Director
Wishing to dispose of his wife, psychiatrist Doctor Elliott (Nolan Leary) makes his patient Nina (Rosemary La Planche) think that she suffers from a compulsion to kill. He drugs Nina, murders his wife and leaves evidence that points to Nina. The latter, pre-conditioned by Elliott, also thinks she is guilty.
35.
Colorado Serenade (1946) as Art Director
Duke Dillon has his gang robbing stagecoaches carrying gold which is then melted down by his father. But Eddie and his sidekick Soapy are on the job and they are aided by undercover man Nevada.
36.
I Ring Doorbells (1946) as Art Director
37.
Ghost of Hidden Valley (1946) as Art Director
Dawson is running rustled cattle across the abandoned Trenton ranch and has given it the reputation of a ghost ranch to keep people away. When Henty Tenton arrives from England to take over the ranch, Dawson tries to get rid of him. But Billy and Fuzzy are on hand to help Henry and it's not long before they have to go into action.
38.
Stars Over Texas (1946) as Art Director
When Eddie and his pals deliver cattle to the Lawrence ranch, they run into trouble with Ringo Evans and his gang. Ringo's men are rustling cattle and attempting to kill the foreman. Seeing the resemblance between the foreman and his pal Waco, Eddie has Waco impersonate the foreman. They then find proof that Evans is behimd the rustling but find themselves greatly outnumbered when the gang attacks.
39.
Tumbleweed Trail (1946) as Art Director
Barton has his men knock off Bill Ryan so that Barton will end up with his ranch. He has a forged will that gives the ranch and everything on it to him, and not Bill's kid's. But Eddie and Soapy show up to help Robin retain the ranch for as long as she can. But Barton's lawyer, Small, seems to have all the cards and wants Robin out so that Barton can pay off his debts.
40.
Driftin' River (1946) as Art Director
41.
Avalanche (1946) as Art Director
42.
Queen of Burlesque (1946) as Art Director
Reporter Steve Hurley (Carleton Young) is happy when he hears that Crystal McCoy (Evelyn Ankers), star of the burlesque show, is to be replaced by her predecessor, Dolly Devoe (Jaqueline Dalya). Steve hopes Crystal will marry him and give up the stage. But Crystal is unhappy about it, as is show manager Joe Nolan (Craig Reynolds), for he also likes her. It is obvious that he is being forced to put Dolly back in the show. And there is also Blossom Terraine (Rose La Rose) who wants the star role and is using her suitor Chick Malloy (Murray Leonard), the comedian of the show to back her. Dolly arrives in a snit and immediately starts a quarrel with Crystal. And Dolly's day gets worse when Lola Cassell (Marion Martin) shows up and accuses Dolly of having driven to suicide the man they both loved. Dolly's bad day ends when Annie (Alice Fleming), the wardrobe woman who idolizes Crystal, finds her strangled body in a dressing room trunk. The first person Inspector Crowley (Emory Parnell) suspects is Chick, for he had been overheard in an incriminating conversation with Blossom. Then he turns to Crystal, as the result of a threat she had made, plus he learns that a story Steve is writing revolves around the finding of a strangled body in a trunk. To complete the Inspector's own bad day, albeit somewhat better than Dolly's, he finds out that Lola had visited Dolly in her dressing room, and that Chick is blackmailing Nolan into putting Blossom in the starring role and has evidence that Nolan had also been in Dolly's dressing room inbetween the other traffic. THEN, Annie, fearing that Crystal will be arrested, confesses to the murder. The police do not believe her, and give orders that nobody is to leave the theatre until the murderer is found which, based on the number of suspects, gives no indication of happening anytime soon. The list is narrowed when Lola is found dead in a phone booth, with a knife thrust in her back. And while he is questioning the rest of the group in Nolan's office, the lights go out, and Blossom exits stage left by being murdered. Chick accuses Nolan, who admits he was also in Dolly's dressing room - who wasn't - only because she was blackmailing him but she was alive when he left. A shot rings out in Crystal's dressing room, where they find Annie in a faint, but unharmed by the bullet. An inspection of the room shows that Annie fired the bullet at herself, and Steve's adroit questioning tricks Annie into confessing that she was the killer, the crimes being committed as the result of a homicidal mania induced by Annie's intense love for Crystal, who she mistakenly believes to be her daughter.
43.
Strangler of the Swamp (1946) as Art Director
A number of swamp land men have died by strangulation and the inhabitants believe that an innocent man they hanged is seeking revenge on all of the male descendants of those responsible for his death. Maria (Rosemary La Planche), granddaughter of the innocent ferryman (Charles Middleton), decides to operate the ferry service. Chris Sanders (Blake Edwards), a son of one of the men (Robert Barratt) who did the hanging, and Maria fall in love. The "strangler" seizes Chris and Maria offers her life if Chris is spared.
44.
Lightning Raiders (1946) as Art Director
45.
Murder Is My Business (1946) as Art Director
46.
Blonde for a Day (1946) as Art Director
47.
Down Missouri Way (1946) as Art Director
48.
Wild West (1946) as Art Director
Eddie and his sidekicks have been called in to help get a new telegraph line through. Dawson and his men along with his stooge Judge are out to stop them. When Eddie and the boys catch three of Dawson's men destroying telegraph equipment, the Judge releases them and this leads to the showdown between the two sides.
49.
Danny Boy (1945) as Art Director
50.
Club Havana (1945) as Art Director
51.
How Doooo You Do!!! (1945) as Art Director
52.
Prairie Rustlers (1945) as Art Director
53.
Apology for Murder (1945) as Art Director
Reporter Kenny Blake (Hugh Beaumont) falls in love with scheming Toni Kirkland (Ann Savage) not knowing that she is married to a man years older than she. By the time he finds out, he is so under her spell that he murders her husband which is what Toni had planned all along. City editor McKee (Charles D. Brown), Kenny's boss and best friend, begins to pursue the tangled threads of the crime relentlessly and gradually closes the net on Kenny. The latter is mortally wounded by Toni, who has deserted him for another man.
54.
Why Girls Leave Home (1945) as Art Director
Diana Leslie (Pamela Blake) is rescued from drowning by reporter Chris Williams (Sheldon Leonard). The latter believes it is an attempted murder rather than the suicide indicated by a note, since the girl had made an appointment to meet him at the dock. The story is told in flashback as Williams visits the people who know Diana. The parents (Virginia Brissac and Joel Friedkin) feel responsible as, against their wishes, Diana had accompanied musician Jimmie Lobo (Elisha Cook Jr.) to the Kitten Club and had gotten a job as a singer but they had not seen her following an argument when she came home that ended with her being slapped by her brother Ted (Fred Kohler Jr.). One of the Kitten Club showgirls, Flo (Constance Worth) tells Chris that when Diane came to the club for an audition, she incurred the wrath of the heavy-drinking featured singer Marianne Mason (Claudia Drake) and club owner Steve Raymond (Paul Gulifoye) delegated her to the hostess ranks of girls whose job was to steer customers to the illegal gambling. This led to a couple of suckers, Wilbur Harris (Walter Baldwin) and Ed Blake (Robert Emmett Keane), losing heavily in the crooked game with Harris committing suicide and Blake being killed in the the ensuing melee.
55.
Song of Old Wyoming (1945) as Art Director
Ma Conway (Sarah Padden), owner of a cattle ranch and publisher of the Laramie Bulletin, wages an up-hill battle to have Wyoming join the Union. She refuses to be intimidated by corrupt politician Lee Landow (Ian Keith) and crooked banker Jesse Dixon (Robert Barron), teamed up to fight her. Led by cowhand Eddie Reed (Eddie Dean) and foreman Uncle Ezra (Emmett Lynn), the Conway cattle drive is blocked at La Platte Pass by the Dixon henchmen, led by Ringo (Rocky Camron). A fight ensues and Eddie is saved by the quick trigger hand of the Cheyenne Kid (Al LaRue, long before he had a whip), a notorious outlaw. Vicky (Jennifer Holt), whom Ma has raised as her daughter, admires Cheyenne's courage to the chagrin of Eddie, who is in love with her. Cheyenne, on his way to a job in Laramie, turns down Ma's offer but when he gets to Laramie he finds he has been hired by Landow and Dixon to ruin Ma's cattle business and, in order to carry out the plan, he accepts Ma's ranch-job offer. Accidents quickly begin and Eddie suspects Cheyenne but Ma refuses to listen to his warnings, as she has become fond of the young outlaw. Eddie subsequently learns that Cheyenne is really Ma's long-lost son, missing from 25 years past in an attack by renegade white men, but Ma does not know this. Cheyenne begins to regret his deeds and turns against the gang leaders.
56.
Dangerous Intruder (1945) as Art Director
An actress, Jenny (Veda Ann Borg), is hitchhiking across the country when she is accidently struck by a car. The driver, Max Ducone (Charles Arnt), offers to take her into his home until she can resume traveling. Later Ducone's wife is murdered and Jenny determines to find the killer. With the aid of detective Curtis (Tom Keene as Richard Powers), she discovers that Ducone is the murderer, having killed his wife in order to have the funds to finance his antique collection.
57.
White Pongo (1945) as Art Director
Suspecting that a safari guide is a wanted killer, undercover policeman Geoffrey Bishop (Richard Fraser) joins a safari led by the suspect for a scientist that hopes to find and prove that a fabled white gorilla is a missing link.
58.
Shadow of Terror (1945) as Art Director
59.
Counter-Attack (1945) as Art Director
Two Russians fight to escape the seven Nazi soldiers trapped with them in a bombed building.
60.
Arson Squad (1945) as Art Director
61.
Carolina Blues (1944) as Art Director
When he loses his lead singer, bandleader Kay Kyser can't find a replacement he likes.
62.
Once Upon a Time (1944) as Art Director
A Broadway producer finds fame with his new act -- a dancing caterpillar.
63.
Secret Command (1944) as Art Director
A surprise visit from his brother almost blows an undercover agent out of the water.
64.
Sergeant Mike (1944) as Art Director
65.
Good Luck, Mr. Yates (1943) as Associate (Art Direction)
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 Associate (Art Direction)
An English author must search for a new cook when he moves to rural Massachussetts.
67.
Footlight Glamour (1943) as Associate (Art Direction)
68.
Commandos Strike At Dawn (1942) as Art Director
A Norwegian refugee leads the British in an attack against his country's Nazi invaders.
69.
The Power of God (1942) as Art Director
70.
The Great Commandment (1941) as Art Director
71.
Verbena trĂ¡gica (1939) as Escenografia [Art dir]
72.
Slander House (1938) as Art Director
73.
Rebellious Daughters (1938) as Art Director
74.
Battle of Greed (1937) as Art Director
When silver is found in Virginia City, Lawyer John Storm leads a group from Indiana west. He soon has to defend them all in court against a company that is after their claims. Fighting a crooked Judge, he gets a mis-trial by telling how much each of the jurors was bribed. Then he gets the Governor to appoint a new Judge. But just as the retrial opens, the Judge learns his daughter has been kidnaped.
75.
Girl Loves Boy (1937) as Art Director
76.
Old Louisiana (1937) as Art Director
77.
Missing Girls (1936) as Art Director
78.
79.
The House of Secrets (1936) as Art Director
Globe-trotter Barry Wilding (Leslie Fenton) intercedes when a man annoys Julie Kenmore (Muriel Evans) on a ship crossing the English Channel, but she refuses to tell him her name or address. Barry determines to find her in London, but he is summoned to a lawyer's office and informed that he has inherited "The Hawk's Nest", a large estate outside London. He has to sign a declaration that he will never sell the property. He arrives there and is roughly put off his own property be trespassers who have taken up residence. Despite offers to buy the estate and warnings to get out of England, Barry refuses to do either. Julie appears and tells Barry she is living at "The Hawk's Nest" and he must allow her and her father, Dr. Kenmore (Morgan Wallace), to continue to live there for at least six months, and he can not visit her there. But Barry continues to try to solve the mystery that surrounds his inheritance even after being attacked by three American gangsters. Barry tries to enlist the aid of Scotland Yard, but, for some unfathomable reason, they refuse to help him. Mystery piles on mystery before the amazing and unusual conclusion.
80.
Lady Luck (1936) as Art Director
81.
Ring Around the Moon (1936) as Art Director
82.
The Little Red Schoolhouse (1936) as Art Director
83.
In His Steps (1936) as Art Director
84.
The Dark Hour (1936) as Art Director
85.
In Paris, A.W.O.L. (1936) as Art Director
86.
Tango (1936) as Art Director
87.
Rebellion (1936) as Art Director
88.
Ellis Island (1936) as Settings
89.
Below the Deadline (1936) as Art Director
90.
Three of a Kind (1936) as Art Director
91.
The Girl Who Came Back (1935) as Art Director
92.
Public Opinion (1935) as Art Director
93.
Condemned to Live (1935) as Art Director
After a series of murders, a man finds out that his mother was bitten by a vampire bat during her pregnancy, and he believes that he may be the vampire committing the murders.
94.
False Pretenses (1935) as Art Director
95.
Death from a Distance (1935) as Art Director
96.
Circumstantial Evidence (1935) as Art Director
97.
Happiness C.O.D. (1935) as Art Director
98.
A Shot in the Dark (1935) as Art Director
99.
Symphony of Living (1935) as Art Director
100.
The World Accuses (1934) as Art Director
101.
Twin Husbands (1934) as Art Director
102.
In Love with Life (1934) as Art Director
103.
Dancing Man (1934) as Settings
104.
The Ghost Walks (1934) as Art Director
105.
Green Eyes (1934) as Art Director
The owner of a large mansion in the country throws a costume party for some of his friends. However, the party turns sour when he is found stabbed to death in a closet. The police and a guest try to discover who committed the murder.
106.
One in a Million (1934) as Art Director
107.
Sons of Steel (1934) as Art Director
108.
City Park (1934) as Art Director
109.
Fugitive Road (1934) as Art Director
110.
Port of Lost Dreams (1934) as Art Director
111.
Man Hunt (1933) as Art Director
112.
Goldie Gets Along (1933) as Art Director
A small-town girl schemes to get to Hollywood only to run into the man she left behind.
113.
Sailor Be Good! (1933) as Art Director
114.
Dance Girl Dance (1933) as Art Director
115.
Murder on the Campus (1933) as Art Director
116.
In the Money (1933) as Art Director
117.
Goodbye Love (1933) as Settings
118.
Tomorrow at Seven (1933) as Art Director
119.
By Appointment Only (1933) as Art Director
120.
Strange Justice (1932) as Art Director
A crooked banker and his assistant devise a scheme to frame an ex-con for their crime.
121.
Hell's House (1932) as Art Director
Jimmy Mason idolizes bootlegger Matt Kelly who is interested in Jimmy's girlfriend Peggy. Unwilling to squeal on his idol, Jimmy winds up in a cruel reformatory where a new- found friend dies from abuse. Jimmy's aunt tells him Peggy is seeing a lot of Matt, so Jimmy escapes.
122.
Men Are Such Fools (1932) as Art Director
123.
Dirigible (1931) as Settings
Romantic rivals vie to be the first to fly to the South Pole.
124.
The Lion and the Lamb (1931) as Art Director
125.
Ten Cents a Dance (1931) as Art Director
A taxi dancer with a jealous husband finds herself falling for a wealthy client.
126.
The Squealer (1930) as Art Director
A gangster's wife, fearful that he is about to be murdered by his rivals, tips off the police to his whereabouts in order to save his life. Her husband, however, believes her reason was that she wanted him out of the way so she could have his best friend.
127.
Officer O'Brien (1930) as Art Director
128.
Night Work (1930) as Art Director
129.
Ladies Must Play (1930) as Art Director
130.
Men Without Law (1930) as Art Director
Returning from the war, Buck finds his younger brother in trouble. Trailing him he gets caught by Murdock who takes his letter of introduction to the Del Ray's. Posing as Buck, Murdock takes Del Ray's jewels and his daughter Jaunita. To effect Murdock's capture and to rescue Juanita, Buck now poses as Murdock.
131.
The Grand Parade (1930) as Art Director
132.
Shadow Ranch (1930) as Art Director
When cowpunchers Sim and Ranny get fired, Ranny heads for Shadow Ranch. Later on, Sim arrives just as Ranny is being buried. He then sets out to find the killer that shot him in the back.
133.
For the Love o' Lil (1930) as Art Director
134.
Brothers (1930) as Art Director
135.
Madonna of the Streets (1930) as Art Director
136.
Tol'able David (1930) as Art Director
137.
The Last of the Lone Wolf (1930) as Art Director
138.
Ned McCobb's Daughter (1929) as Art Director
139.
The Racketeer (1929) as Art Director
A young beauty marries a gangster to help her musician boyfriend's career.
140.
This Thing Called Love (1929) as Art Director
141.
His First Command (1929) as Art Director
142.
Rich People (1929) as Art Director
143.
Sal of Singapore (1929) as Art Director
144.
Captain Swagger (1928) as Art Director
145.
Annapolis (1928) as Art Director
146.
Craig's Wife (1928) as Art Director
147.
Marked Money (1928) as Art Director
148.
His Dog (1927) as Art Director

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