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Cast (feature film)

To the Shores of Hell (1966) as Captain Lusk
The Girl Rush (1955) as
The Stooge (1953) as Frank Darling
A failed singer takes on a comedian to create a team act.
Off Limits (1953) as Brigadier general
Wally Hogan has things going his way. He is the manager-trainer of Bullet Bradley, a fighter who has just won the lightweight championship. Life suddenly takes a not-so-happy turn, however, when Bullet gets drafted. Hogan's gangster partners "persuade him to enlist and keep an eye on the fighter, who is subsequently declared psychologically unfit for the Army. Enter Herbet Tuttle, a draftee eager to have Hogan turn him into a fighter. Hogan Reluctantly agrees only after he discovers Tuttle's aunt is the beautiful singer at a nightclub. From then on it's a case of stringing Tuttle along while trying to get close to his aunt. To further complicate Hogan's life there is a rulebook Military Police Officer who tries to squish the shenanigans.
The Caddy (1953) as Official
A master golfer suffering from performance anxiety caddies for a man he''s taught everything.
From Here to Eternity (1953) as Col. Wood
Enlisted men in Hawaii fight for love and honor on the eve of World War II.
The War of the Worlds (1953) as Secretary of defense
A scientist on vacation stumbles upon a Martian invasion.
The Stars Are Singing (1953) as Conway
Fifteen-year-old Katri Walenska (Amma Maria Alberghetti) jumps a Polish ship, swims ashore and enters New York illegally. The United States Immigration officials are alerted---the USA still had a functioning immigration policy and department when this was filmed---and the search is on. Katri's only possessions are a ten-dollar bill and a letter to her parents' old friend, Jan Poldi (Lauritz Melchior), a former Metropolitan Opera star. She finds him in a shabby Greenwich Village apartment. His neighbors in the apartment house are three Broadway hopefuls; pop singer Terry Brennan (Rosemary Clooney), hoofer Buddy Fraser (Tom Morton) and Homer Tirdell (Bob Williams) and his talented dog Red Dust. (Pardon me, make that four Broadway hopefuls counting the dog.) When Terry hears Katri's magnificent singing voice, she scurries around New York to get her an audition and succeeds in getting her a spot on Don Wilson's televised amatuer hour. She wins the contest but unwittingly reveals her true identity as an illegal alien, which causes the arrest of Poldi, Wilson and Dave (John Archer), Terry's lawyer boyfriend. Katri faces deportation.
Francis Goes to West Point (1952) as Maj. Squires
Peter Sterling (Donald O'Conner) is working at a government plant. His friend Francis (the talking mule) tells him the plant is going to be bombed. Peter passes the information to the plant manager. The bombers are caught and the plant is saved. Because of his help in saving the plant, Peter is sent to West Point. After his arrival, he finds out that Francis is there as one of the mascots. As usual, Peter gets himself in trouble by telling the commander that Francis can talk.
Phone Call from a Stranger (1952) as Thompson
David Trask, the sole survivor of an airplane crash, takes it upon himself to contact the families of the various victims. He is quite surprised at who he finds: the wife and son of a troubled doctor; a domineering mother-in-law of an aspiring actress; and the invalid wife of an obnoxious traveling salesman.
About Face (1952) as Superintendent
Two military school cadets discover their best friend is married.
Willie and Joe Back at the Front (1952) as Col. Harkins
World War II is over; to get home quickly, GIs Willie and Joe (of cartoon fame) join the "inactive reserve." Just firmly settled back into civilian life, they're recalled for a new bout of basic training at a base in Japan. From then on, the boys are in and out of one scrape after another...topped by innocent involvement with glamorous Nida, a Eurasian Mata Hari, and her sinister friends.
Just This Once (1952) as Mr. Baxter
A playboy hands control of his dwindling fortune to a pretty girl.
The Pride of St. Louis (1952) as Doctor
The Magnificent Yankee (1951) as Announcer
True story of the lifelong love affair between Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and his wife.
You Never Can Tell (1951) as Mr. Smith
An ex-police/army dog (German Shepherd), named Rex inherits a fortune from an eccentric millionaire. But someone poisons him for his fortune, and he gets to go back to earth as a human detective to bring his killer to justice, and protect the girl who used to look after him.
Little Egypt (1951) as Spinelli
The Wild Blue Yonder (1951) as Commanding officer
The Desert Fox (1951) as German surgeon
Following his work with the Afrika Korps, Field Marshall Rommell joins in a plot to assassinate Hitler.
Submarine Command (1951) as Gen. Bedford
A Naval commander torments himself over a crewman''''s death.
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) as Gen. Cutler
An alien demands that Earth's leaders choose between peace and destruction.
Half Angel (1951) as Judge
A prim and proper lady has an alter ego that comes out while she sleepwalks.
Go for Broke! (1951) as General
The true story of World War II''''s all Japanese-American unit.
When Worlds Collide (1951) as Marston
Richard Derr, Barbara Rush, Peter Hanson, Larry Keating, John Hoyt. A landmark science fiction film of the fifties. Scientists race against time to build a super rocket ship that can save a select group before the earth collides with another planet. Naturally, no one wants to be left behind for the final Armageddon. The special effects which include a giant tidal wave crashing down on Broadway won an Oscar. Produced by fantasy film specialist George Pal (The Time Machine ) .

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