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Paul Landres

Paul Landres


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Also Known As: Died: December 26, 2001
Born: August 21, 1912 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Editing ...


Director (feature film)

Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone (1994) as Segment Director (Flashback Segments)
Wyatt Earp returns to Tombstone, Arizona, 25 years after the 1881 shootout at the O.K. Corral, where he reflects back on his tenure as a frontier marshal. The reminiscences are compilations of clips from the television series starring Hugh O'Brian, "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp," broadcast on A
Son of a Gunfighter (1966) as Director
A young man stalks his mother''''s killers.
Frigid Wife (1962) as Dir of "A Modern Marriage"
Go, Johnny, Go! (1959) as Director
Rock-n-roll promoter Alan Freed searches for a talent contest''''s mysterious winner.
Lone Texan (1959) as Director
The Miracle of the Hills (1959) as Director
The Flame Barrier (1958) as Director
Carol Dahlmann enlists the Hollister brothers to help locate her missing husband. The husband was tracking a fallen satellite through the jungle. While tracking him down, the trio discover an unusually strong acid killing animals and people.
Frontier Gun (1958) as Director
Man from God's Country (1958) as Director
George Montgomery, Randy Stuart, Gregg Barton, Kim Charney, Susan Cummings. A retired sheriff and his former partner find themselves on opposite sides of the law when local ranchers feud over valuable railroad property.
The Return of Dracula (1958) as Director
A European vampire devastates a small western town.
Johnny Rocco (1958) as Director
Oregon Passage (1958) as Director
An Army officer tries to help a Native American group in his charge.
Hell Canyon Outlaws (1957) as Director
The Vampire (1957) as Director
An experimental treatment turns a small-town doctor into a vampire.
Chain of Evidence (1957) as Director
Last of the Bad Men (1957) as Director
Eyes of the Jungle (1953) as Director
Another feature film from the makers of the "Ramar of the Jungle" television series in which three TV episodes were stitched together and sent out as a feature film. Let somebody who knows the series(or cares) identify the TV episodes but the three used here were about a phony fossil hunter; recovery of a gold plaque stolen by two Americans; and the third was about the breaking up of a slave girl ring. The TV influence carries on when the heroes are about to embark on a fourth adventure at the end.
Army Bound (1952) as Director
Navy Bound (1951) as Director
Rhythm Inn (1951) as Director
A Modern Marriage (1950) as Director
Hollywood Varieties (1950) as Director
Grand Canyon (1949) as Director
Square Dance Jubilee (1949) as Director
Two talent scouts for a New York-based country music TV show called "Square Dance Jubilee" are sent out West to get authentic western singing acts. They find what they're looking for, but also get mixed up in cattle rustling and murder.

Producer (feature film)

Last of the Wild Horses (1948) as Asst to prod

Editing (feature film)

Hollywood Varieties (1950) as Film Editor
I Shot Jesse James (1949) as Supervising Film Editor
After shooting his best friend, an outlaw tries to cope with guilt.
Grand Canyon (1949) as Film Editor
Last of the Wild Horses (1948) as Film Editor
The Return of Wildfire (1948) as Film Editor
The Story of Bob and Sally (1948) as Film Editor
The Checkered Coat (1948) as Film Editor
Psychiatrist Dr. Michael Madden (Tom Conway) is visited by a man, Steve "Creepy" Bolin (Hurd Hatfield), wearing a weird checkered coat, and when Madden learns that Creepy is subject to death-like trances and the fear of being buried alive, Madden concludes Creepy is obviously a psychopath (at least, until a real one comes along)with possible criminal tendencies. When leaving, Creepy tells Madden he is a friend of the doctor's no-good brother Fred (Marten Lamont),while also throwing a few sinister-and-leering glances in the direction of Madden's wife Betty (Noreen Nash.) Madden wastes no time in notifying the police to pick up Creepy, evidently on a general nuisance charge of looking like Dorian Gray. But Creepy is also sneaky and eludes the police and, when next seen, he and Fred are robbing the Anson Jewelry store across the street from Dr. Madden's office and he shoots and kills both the owner (John Hamilton) and his son (Fred Browne) in the process. Dr. Madden hears the shots and rushes over but is slugged by Creepy and he and no-good Fred carry off Madden in their get-away. The police show up and immediately tab Dr. Madden as the prime suspect based, evidently, on him having an office across the street.
Where the North Begins (1947) as Film Editor
Blonde Savage (1947) as Film Editor
Diamond mine owner Mark Harper (Douglass Dumbrille) hires pilot Steve Blake (Leif Erickson) and his pal Hoppy Owens (Frank Jenks)to search for a hidden jungle village from which the natives have made trouble for his mine operations. They crash near the village and discover that Meelah (Gale Sherwood), a white girl brought up by the natives after her parents had been killed for their property by Harper, is the head of the village. Returning to the mine, Harper, already suspicious of what they may have learned and jealous of the attention his wife, Connie Harper (Veda Ann Borg), is paying to Steve, has them jailed, while he leads an expedition against the village and Meelah.
Michigan Kid (1947) as Film Editor
Trail of the Mounties (1947) as Film Editor
The Vigilantes Return (1947) as Film Editor
Dragnet (1947) as Film Editor
The Dark Horse (1946) as Film Editor
She-Wolf of London (1946) as Film Editor
London is shaken by a series of grisly murders. Suspicion falls on an attractive young woman who is rumored to have werewolves in her family tree.
Blonde Ransom (1945) as Film Editor
Her Lucky Night (1945) as Film Editor
The Daltons Ride Again (1945) as Film Editor
The Crimson Canary (1945) as Film Editor
She Gets Her Man (1945) as Film Editor
See My Lawyer (1945) as Film Editor
Men in Her Diary (1945) as Film Editor
Singer/Dancer Peggy Ryan neither sings nor dances in this comedy in which she plays a secretary, whose life has no romance because she devotes all of her time to her attractive older sister. But she does keep a diary that contains some fact and many fictional entries. One such is read by the wife (Louise Allbritton) of her boss (Jon Hall) who promptly sues for a divorce. Virginia Grey stars in a musical produced by Hall and sings (possibly dubbed) "Makin' a Million" and "Keep Your Chin Up." No spoiler to add that Ryan gets a boyfriend and Hall and Allbritton are reunited before this one runs it course.
Senorita from the West (1945) as Film Editor
The Scarlet Claw (1944) as Film Editor
Sherlock Holmes investigates a haunting in a Canadian village vital to the war effort.
Destiny (1944) as Film Editor
The Impostor (1944) as Film Editor
South of Dixie (1944) as Film Editor
Top Man (1943) as Film Editor
Larceny with Music (1943) as Film Editor
In a desperate attempt to get a job for Ken Daniels (Allan Jones) and Alvino Rey (Himself) and his Orchestra (themselves), agent Mike Simms (William Frawley) plots to make Daniels a missing heir. Simms hires Austin J. Caldwell (Gus Schilling) to pose as an attorney and go to Gus Borelli (Leo Carrillo), owner of the swank Blue Room, asking if he has heard about Daniels' inheritance. Borelli, figuring he can cut in on the money, bright Daniels and Simms to the Blue Room just as Pamela Mason (Kitty Carlisle) is rehearsing some songs with Zybisco (Sig Arno) and his string quintet. Simms refuses to let Daniels sing with the quintet,saying he has already made arrangements with Alvino Rey to bring his orchestra and the King Sisters (Alyce, Donna, Louise and Yvonne King) into the Blue Room. This causes Pamela to lose her job and she is furious with Daniels, who tells her he will get her a job with the Rey orchestra. Later, she discovers the hoax tells Borelli, who sets out to kill Daniels and Simms. They, and the orchestra, manage to escape just as the Blue Room is filling with customers drawn by Borelli's heavy advertising of Daniel's debut. He sends Pamela to bring them back.
It Comes Up Love (1943) as Film Editor
Never a Dull Moment (1943) as Film Editor
Fired Wife (1943) as Film Editor
She's for Me (1943) as Film Editor
The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler (1943) as Film Editor
So's Your Uncle (1943) as Film Editor
Rhythm of the Islands (1943) as Film Editor
Give Out, Sisters (1942) as Film Editor
Pittsburgh (1942) as Film Editor
Charles 'Pittsburgh' Markham rides roughshod over his friends, his lovers, and his ideals in his trek toward financial success in the Pittsburgh steel industry, only to find himself deserted and lonely at the top. When his crash comes, he finds that fate has dealt him a second chance.
Fighting Bill Fargo (1942) as Film Editor
Bill Fargo returns from prison to find Scanlon controlling the town including the Sheriff and the editor. First Scanlon has the Sheriff's opposition in the upcoming election murdered. Then when the editor confesses to Bill, he has him killed with Bill's gun. But the editor set off Scoops' camera just as he was shot and then left a dying note. Scoop finds the note and the inept photographer tries to develop the picture.
Get Hep to Love (1942) as Film Editor
Juke Box Jenny (1942) as Film Editor
Boss of Bullion City (1941) as Film Editor
Tom Bryant opens up his newspaper business in the lawless town of Bullion City. When he suspects a gold shipment will be robbed, he beats the robbers to it. When the Sheriff slips and reveals he knows the robbers failed to get the gold, Tom realizes he is the boss. When Calhoun leaves on the stage with a large amount of cash, Tom and his men are ready for the expected robbery.
Dark Streets of Cairo (1941) as Film Editor
Man from Montana (1941) as Film Editor
The sheriff (Johnny Mack Brown) - a cattleman at heart, but pledged to follow the law - is caught in the crossfire between the resident ranchers and the incoming homesteaders, made even worse when instigator Dunham (James Blaine) has his henchmen kill the homesteader leader Preston (Murdock MacQuarrie), wound the head of the cattlemen, Winchester Thompson (William Gould), and leaves the sheriff, whom both sides mistrust by now, to settle the escalated conflict.
Bachelor Daddy (1941) as Film Editor
Rawhide Rangers (1941) as Film Editor
Arizona Cyclone (1941) as Film Editor
Bad Man from Red Butte (1940) as Film Editor
Ragtime Cowboy Joe (1940) as Film Editor
When Sam Osborne (Wilfred Lucas), owner of the Circle S Ranch, is killed by cattle rustler Bo Gillman (Dick Curtis), the outlaw is advised by crooked attorney Virgil Parker (Walter Soderling) to report the "mysterious" killing to Osborne's daughter, Helen (Nell O'Day) . Steve Logan (Johnny Mack Brown), a stranger, is jailed for the crime. He escapes and learns of Parker's scheme to steal the Circle S. Steve presents his Cattleman's Protective Association credentials to the sheriff (Edward Cassidy) and receives assurances of aid. Steve's former sweetheart, Mary Curtis (Lynn Merrick as Marilyn Merrick), confirms Parker's treachery. In a gun battle, Parker, Gillman and the rustlers are rounded up and the Circle S is saved for Helen. Steve and Mary take up their romance again.
Pony Post (1940) as Film Editor
I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now (1940) as Film Editor
Son of Roaring Dan (1940) as Film Editor
Nurse from Brooklyn (1938) as Film Editor
The Road to Reno (1938) as Film Editor
The Man in Blue (1937) as Film Editor
Reported Missing (1937) as Film Editor
The Lady Fights Back (1937) as Film Editor
Prescription for Romance (1937) as Film Editor

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