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Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Framed (1975) as Director Of Photography
After serving a long prison stretch for a crime he didn't commit, Joe Don Baker goes gunning for the crooked cops that did him dirt. A fast-paced revenge thriller in the style of WALKING TALL.
2.
Partners in Crime (1973) as Director Of Photography
In this reworking of "The Judge and Jake Wyler" (1972), a judge-turned-detective and her ex-con associate go in search of $750,000 in bank robbery loot. Lee Grant and Lou Antonio step into the roles previously created by Bette Davis and Doug McClure.
3.
Chase (1973) as Director Of Photography
A special police unit goes out after a cop killer in this pilot to another Jack Webb series that ran briefly during the 1973-74 season. Ryan continued as the head of the unit, and Wayne Maunder and Gary Crosby signed on, along with Reid Smith, Michael Richardson, Brian Fong and Albert Reed.
4.
Emergency! (1972) as Director Of Photography
The pilot movie to the hit series about Los Angeles' paramedics and their interaction with the fire department and hospital system -- told briskly in the proven, clipped-dialogue Jack Webb style that had served so well in "Dragnet" and "Adam-12" (its two stars turn up here to give this film a Webb c
5.
How to Steal an Airplane (1972) as Director Of Photography
Two adventurous gringos take on the job of reclaiming a stolen jet from the son of a banana republic dictator. Filmed in late 1968 under the title "Only One Day Left Before Tomorrow," this one sat in a vault for over two years before reluctantly being shown. In later syndication, it reverted to its
6.
Plaza Suite (1971) as Director of Photography
A New York hotel room is the setting for three stories of romantic squabbles.
7.
Howling in the Woods, A (1971) as Director Of Photography
The "other side" of the co-stars of TV's long-running "I Dream of Jeannie" shows up in this chiller about a disillusioned housewife vacationing in the wilds, her incompatible husband who is trying to get her to come home, and a starving dog with a baleful howl.
8.
City, The (1971) as Director Of Photography
Quinn's powerhouse TV-movie debut as a shirt-sleeved mayor in Albuquerque who solves urban as well as personal problems later led him to reprise the role in the brief (1971) series that was retitled "The Man and the City."
9.
Birdmen, The (1971) as Director Of Photography
A group of allied POWs held by the Germans plot an unusual breakout from an impregnable medieval castle. They plan to escape by glider and soar into Switzerland. Subsequently titled: "Escape of the Birdmen."
10.
Deadly Dream, The (1971) as Director Of Photography
A research scientist is driven to the brink by a recurring dream that he is marked for death by a mysterious tribunal, and soon he is unable to separate his dreams from reality -- and vice versa.
11.
Company of Killers (1970) as Director of Photography
12.
The Ambushers (1967) as 2nd unit cam
When an experimental flying saucer crashes, secret agent Matt Helm has to bring back the secret weapons hidden on board.
13.
The Perils of Pauline (1967) as Director of Photography
14.
Batman (1966) as 2nd unit photog
Batman and Robin battle Catwoman, the Penguin, the Joker and the Riddler, who seek to defeat the Dynamic Duo once and for all, and take over the world.
15.
Cat Ballou (1965) as Director of Photography
A prim schoolteacher turns outlaw queen when the railroad steals her land.
16.
Angel Baby (1961) as Director of Photography
Married promoters try to turn a faith healer into a gold mine.
17.
War of the Colossal Beast (1958) as Director of Photography
A mysterious series of food truck robberies makes government officials doubt that the 60-foot tall Colossal Man is dead. He is discovered in a desolate mountain range in Mexico, insane and horribly disfigured. The military drugs him and transports him back to America where he promptly escapes and wreaks havoc on a city.
18.
The Bonnie Parker Story (1958) as Director of Photography
In the 1930s, amoral blonde tommy-gun girl Bonnie Parker cut a swath of bodies across the South-West. Starting out on gas stations and bars with side-kick Guy Darrow she graduated to bank hold-ups with Darrow's brother and, after bloodily springing him, her jailed husband. But there was never any doubt who was in charge.
19.
Girl in the Woods (1958) as Director of Photography
20.
The Notorious Mr. Monks (1958) as Director of Photography
21.
Man or Gun (1958) as Director of Photography
22.
Juvenile Jungle (1958) as Photography
23.
The Spider (1958) as Director of Photography
When a man doesn+t come home one night his daughter and her boyfriend go out searching and encounter a giant spider in a cave near the man+s wrecked car. Coming back with the Sheriff, the spider is seemingly killed by DDT spraying, and the body then hauled for storage in the high school gymnasium. However, a loud dose of rock music by a teenage garage band revives the arachnid and sends it rampaging through the town.
24.
The Man Who Died Twice (1958) as Director of Photography
25.
Young and Wild (1958) as Director of Photography
26.
The Lawless Eighties (1957) as Photography
27.
Gunfire at Indian Gap (1957) as Director of Photography
28.
The Crooked Circle (1957) as Director of Photography
29.
Taming Sutton's Gal (1957) as Director of Photography
30.
Beginning of the End (1957) as Director of Photography
A reporter attempts to thwart the attack of giant radioactive grasshoppers.
31.
Spoilers of the Forest (1957) as Director of Photography
32.
Panama Sal (1957) as Director of Photography
33.
The Wayward Girl (1957) as Director of Photography
34.
Last Stagecoach West (1957) as Director of Photography
The coming of the railroad to Cedar City spells the end of the stagecoach as the government gives the mail contract to the fastest means of delivery. McCord loses the stagecoach line gambling with the new buyer, but has enough hidden money to buy a ranch and some cattle. To make more money, he starts a gang to rob the railroad, express offices and steal cattle. But the railroads send out special agent Cameron to end his reign of violence.
35.
Affair in Reno (1957) as Director of Photography
36.
Duel at Apache Wells (1957) as Director of Photography
37.
Come Next Spring (1956) as Director of Photography
Matt Ballot has returned home after 12 years of hard drinking in all 48 states. His wife has managed to raise their 14 year daughter and 12 year old sun nicely without his help. Matt is considered a disgrace to the town he came from and now he finds himself trying to win the love of his children, his wife and the respect of the towns people. Set in Arkansaw in the 1920's.
38.
The Maverick Queen (1956) as Director of Photography
In post-Civil War Wyoming, ranch owner Lucy Lee is en route to Rock Springs to sell her cattle. When Jeff Young approaches her camp, asking for food and a place to sleep, she at first fears that he is part of Butch Cassidy's notorious Wild Bunch, an outlaw gang that has been terrorizing the country, but nevertheless allows him to stay.
39.
Lisbon (1956) as Director of Photography
40.
The Last Command (1955) as Director of Photography
Texas hero Jim Bowie defends against Mexican general Santa Ana.
41.
Timberjack (1955) as Director of Photography
Tim Shipman returns to his father's logging company only to find his father has been killed, money is owed, and Croft Brunner controls the railroad used to haul out the logs. But he learns the Government restriction on his valuable stand of timber has been lifted. Brunner wants that timber and tries to buy him out. Refusing to sell, Tim makes plans to somehow get the timber out.
42.
Jubilee Trail (1954) as Director of Photography
A pregnant widow ventures West in search of a new life.
43.
Hell's Outpost (1954) as Director of Photography
44.
The Shanghai Story (1954) as Director of Photography
45.
A Perilous Journey (1953) as Director of Photography
46.
Ride the Man Down (1953) as Director of Photography
47.
Fair Wind to Java (1953) as Director of Photography
The Dutch East Indies, at the end of the nineteenth century. An adventurous captain of an American merchant vessel is looking for a sunken Dutch vessel containing 10,000 precious diamonds. Unfortunately, he's not the only one and then there's also that volcano on the nearby island of Krakatau, waiting to explode in its historical, disastrous eruption...
48.
The Fabulous Senorita (1952) as Director of Photography
49.
Oklahoma Annie (1952) as Director of Photography
50.
Montana Belle (1952) as Director of Photography
The Daltons force Belle Starr to help them on a dangerous raid.
51.
The WAC from Walla Walla (1952) as Director of Photography
52.
Woman of the North Country (1952) as Director of Photography
53.
Oh! Susanna (1951) as Director of Photography
54.
Pals of the Golden West (1951) as Director of Photography
A border patrolman fights to stop smugglers from bringing in diseased cattle.
55.
South of Caliente (1951) as Director of Photography
Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers), owner of a transportation service for moving race horses from track to track, prepares to take a number of thoroughbreds to the Pan American fair races at Monterey. Among them is "Dancing Girl", a fine mare owned by Doris Stewart (Dale Evans), who is being forced to sell the horse in order to keep her ranch. Doris and her trainer, Dave Norris (Douglas Fowley), accompany Roy and his outfit to the border at Caliente, where they are approached by Rosina (Charlita), a young gypsy fortune teller who begs Roy not to continue the trip. After crossing the border, Roy and his men are attacked by masked bandits, the horses are stolen and the stable boy (Willie Best) is murdered. Accompanied by Doris and his sidekick Pinky (Pinky Lee) and the a Mexican Commandante (Leonard Penn), Roy goes to the gypsy camp to find Rosita. She is not there but Roy spots the stolen thoroughbreds hidden among a herd of wild horses near the camp. He also finds the dead body of a horse that appears to be "Dancing Girl." The loss of the horse means ruin for Doris, who is unaware that Norris and his crooked partner, Studsy (Frank Richards), killed a mare resembling her horse and left it where Roy could find it.
56.
In Old Amarillo (1951) as Director of Photography
A drought is about to end the cattle business. The owner of a canning factory wants to buy all the remaining cattle cheap. He plans to ruin the cattlemen's plans to ship water by train and to seed the clouds for rain. Roy is sent by a packing house to investigate.
57.
Honeychile (1951) as Director of Photography
58.
Spoilers of the Plains (1951) as Director of Photography
This is an odd one for Roy. There are foreign spies, desert sites for rocket-launching and artificial satellites. The climax is a one-on-one fight on top of an oil derrick.
59.
Belle of Old Mexico (1950) as Director of Photography
60.
North of the Great Divide (1950) as Director of Photography
The annual return of the salmon each year gives the Indians of the Northwest enough food to last until the next year. This way of live is threatened by Banning who puts in a cannery on the river to harvest the fish for sale. With the Canadian cannery on the other side, the Indians find no fish in the river for them. But Banning wants all the fish for his business and he plans to burn the Canadian cannery and put the blame on Chief Nagora. But Indian Agent Roy knows that Nagora is being framed and starts looking for the people responsible with the help of his blood brother Dakota.
61.
Bells of Coronado (1950) as Director of Photography
Roy is an insurance investigator looking into the theft of uranium ore. He must prevent the thieves from taking off in a plane with the stolen ore. It includes the songs "Bells of Coronado," "Got No Time for the Blues," and "Save a Smile for a Rainy Day."
62.
Rock Island Trail (1950) as Director of Photography
Loumas, president of the Rock Island Trail company, tries to expand his rails into the Midwest but finds resistance of the steamship and stage-coach lines. The malicious Kirby Murrow tries everything to slow down Loumas' progress and doesn't even stop before sabotage. Only Constanze, daughter of banker Strong, believes in his success strong enough to support him financially.
63.
Trigger, Jr. (1950) as Director of Photography
A lawbreaker uses a killer horse to set up a protection racket preying on local ranchers.
64.
Sunset in the West (1950) as Director of Photography
Near the border, outlaws are hijacking trains and using them to transport large quantities of rifles. Roy gets involved when the train that was to pick up his cattle fails to stop. Helping out the Sheriff, Roy brings in a suspect. He identifies him as a wanted man but the outlaw escapes with Roy as a hostage. Roy is taken to the gang leader's house where another hijacking is being planned. They also plan to get rid of Roy.
65.
The Golden Stallion (1949) as Director of Photography
Bandits use a specially designed horseshoe to smuggle diamonds.
66.
The Kid from Cleveland (1949) as Director of Photography
Teen baseball fan Johnny Barrows sneaks into the baseball stadium of the Cleveland Indians, then playing in the 1948 World Series; claiming to be an orphan, he befriends team members & broadcaster Mike Jackson. But it develops that Johnny has a troubled home life with his mother and stepfather, and is involved in juvenile crime. His 'better side' shows only when he runs away to visit the team again. Can Mike and the Indians (playing themselves) wrest Johnny away from bad influences?
67.
Brimstone (1949) as Director of Photography
68.
Hellfire (1949) as Director of Photography
Zeb Smith is a gambler with a larcenous streak, but when an itinerant preacher takes a bullet meant for him, Zeb vows to fulfill the preacher's mission of building a church. Frustrated in his attempts to get donations, Zeb attempts to capture fugitive Doll Brown in order to obtain the reward. But he finds that there's more to Doll than meets the eye. When his old friend Bucky McLean shows up gunning for Doll, Zeb sees a chance to redeem them all... one way or another.
69.
The Last Bandit (1949) as Director of Photography
About to marry Jim Plummer (Forrest Tucker), Kate Foley (Adrian Booth) runs off to Nevada when Ed Bagley (Grant Withers) convinces her a quick fortune can be made robbing gold shipments that are being transported by the railroad. In Bannock City she meets reformed-bandit Frank Plummer (William Elliott), posing as Frank Norris, brother of Jim Plummer, who has being going straight and working as an express shipment guard. Jim also shows up and plans a robbery by stealing a train and hiding it in an abandoned tunnel. The two brothers are on opposite sides of the law with the now-reformed Kate caught in the middle.
70.
The Plunderers (1948) as Director of Photography
A cavalry officer must join forces with an outlaw he has been tracking to fight a Sioux war party.
71.
Bill and Coo (1948) as Director of Photography
Welcome to Chirpendale. There's plenty of parking space, plus it has everything: a bar where bird citizens can drink junebug sundaes and listen to jazzy music. But the bird citizens are terrorized by an evil raven called "The Black Menace", but a pluck young bird named Bill Singer, who's a taxi driver by day, comes to the aid of a damsel in distress, Coo, who's trapped in a fire. And soon the circus comes to town, Bill and Coo get box perches and witness ferocious feats and even laugh along with Cannonball Twitcher on an out of control motorcycle! But soon The Black Menace returns, and Bill and the rest of the citizens put together a plan to put him away for good.
72.
The Far Frontier (1948) as Director of Photography
73.
Night Time in Nevada (1948) as Director of Photography
Twenty years earlier Farrell killed his mining partner Andrews. Now Andrews daughter arrives to get her father's trust fund. Farrell having rustled Roy's cattle now takes her money from her Lawyer and lets her overhear false information of their next rustling job. With the posse at the wrong location, his men attack the cattle train and Roy on board find himself greatly outnumbered.
74.
The Gay Ranchero (1948) as Director of Photography
Crooks try to take over an airport by sabotaging the planes. Sheriff Roy catches them. Songs: title song, "Granada," "You Belong to my Heart," and "Wait'll I get my Sunshine in the Moonlight."
75.
Eyes of Texas (1948) as Photography
A ranch owner (Francis Ford) turns his place into a home for boys who have lost their fathers in World War II. His evil female lawyer (Nana Bryant) covets the ranch and works in cahoots with Ford's long-lost nephew and a pack of killer dogs to get it. U.S. Marshal Roy Rogers puts an end to her plans.
76.
The Gallant Legion (1948) as Director of Photography
When power-hungry Faulkner and Leroux want to divide Texas into smaller sections, instead of allowing it to enter the Union as a single state, Gary Conway and the Texas Rangers must step in to thwart their chicanery.
77.
Under California Stars (1948) as Director of Photography
Roy has just finished his latest film and leaves for his ranch where he will be broadcasting a show celebrating his tenth year in movies. When Roy and Trigger arrive at his ranch he finds Cookie has hired his relatives. Caroline, the only relative that doesn't have a strong resemblance to Cookie, is the horse trainer. Bob Tells Roy a gang of men are hunting range horses. Roy puts a stop to hunting on his land. Pop decides there's money in kidnapping Trigger and demands a $100,000 ransom. McFarland's stepson, Ted, and his dog Tramp, run away and is found hiding in Roy's barn. A trap is set to catch the kidnappers ranch.
78.
Bells of San Angelo (1947) as Director of Photography
Gridley is mining silver from an old Mexican mine and bringing it into the USA thru a passage into his worthless mine. Border guard Rogers suspects Gridley and finally finds the secret entrance to the Mexican mine. He sends Lee Madison for help only to have her captured by Gridley. Trigger brings help that takes care of Gridley's men and now Roy has to rescue Madison.
79.
On the Old Spanish Trail (1947) as Director of Photography
A cowboy turns bounty hunter to pay off his debts.
80.
Springtime in the Sierras (1947) as Director of Photography
A gang, headed by evil Stephanie Bachelor, is slaughtering game out of season. Roy finds the freezer where the meat is kept, but baddie Roy Barcroft finds him there. A famous fight takes place in the freezer. Roy, of course, wins it. Songs include the title song, "Oh, What a Picture," "The Quilting Party," "A Cowboy has to Sing," and "Pedro from Acapulco."
81.
Apache Rose (1947) as Photography
The Vegas own an oil rich ranch and Calhoun is after the mineral rights. He gets Carlos Vega to run huge gambling debts. When Carlos' sister who is half owner arrives, Calhoun tries to have her killed. Roy finds a clue and this leads him to Calhoun's offshore gambling ship.
82.
Murder in the Music Hall (1946) as Photography
83.
Earl Carroll Sketchbook (1946) as Photography
84.
In Old Sacramento (1946) as Photography
Dashing Johnny Barrett has a secret identity: Spanish Jack, the masked bandit. Always one step ahead of the law, Barrett effortlessly balances his double life--robbing by night, romancing by day and always with a smile. But when the woman he loves begins to suspect him and the young man he befriends is arrested for being him, it's time for Johnny to rethink his priorities.
85.
That Brennan Girl (1946) as Photography
86.
An Angel Comes to Brooklyn (1945) as Photography
87.
Hitchhike to Happiness (1945) as Photography
88.
Mexicana (1945) as Photography
89.
Dakota (1945) as Photography
In 1871, professional gambler John Devlin (John Wayne) elopes with Sandra "Sandy" Poli (Vera Ralston), daughter of Marko Poli (Hugo Haas), an immigrant who has risen to railroad tycoon. Sandy, knowing that the railroad is to be extended into Dakota, plans to use their $20,000 nest egg to buy land options to sell to the railroad at a profit. On the stage trip to Ft. Abercrombie, their fellow passengers are Jim Bender (Ward Bond) and Bigtree Collins (Mike Mazurki), who practically own the town of Fargo and Devlin is aware that they are prepared to protect the little empire...trying to drive out the farmers by burning their property, destroying their wheat, and blaming the devastation on the Indians. Continuing their journey north on the river aboard the "River Bird', Sandy and John meet Captain Bounce (Walter Brennan), an irascible old seafarer. Two of Bendender's henchmen, Slagin (Grant Withers) and Carp (Paul Fix), board the boat and relieve John of his $20,000 at gunpoint. Captain Bounce, chasing the robber's dinghy, wrecks his boat on a sandbar. At Fargo, the land wars begin and John teams with the wheat farmers against the Bender gang. Several attempts are made on his life and Collins tries to frame him for murder.
90.
Earl Carroll Vanities (1945) as Photography
91.
Man from Frisco (1944) as Photography
Matt Braddock (a fictional version of real-life Henry Kaiser) is an engineer with revolutionary ideas for shipbuilding. When he tries to set up yards for prefabricating ships on the West Coast, he runs up against a rival builder, Joel Kennedy. Kennedy's son Russ idolizes Matt, but Russ's sister Diana thinks Matt is a hopeless idealist who could ruin her father.
92.
Brazil (1944) as Photography
93.
Song of Nevada (1944) as Photography
When John Barrabbee's plane makes an emergency landing, he wanders off and joins Roy's cattle drive. Later he learns he was killed when his plane resumed its flight and crashed. He also learns his daughter is going to sell his ranch and marry a man he dislikes. So he gives Roy a job on the ranch and sends him off to see if he can prevent both of these events while he remains in hiding.
94.
The Yellow Rose of Texas (1944) as Photography
Insurance Investigator Roy is looking for Weston and the missing money he supposedly obtained in a robbery. When he catches him and listens to his story, he changes his mind about him. A freak accident locates the missing money box and they find the seal unbroken. Roy then announces the box will be opened at the showboat that evening.
95.
The Port of Forty Thieves (1944) as Photography
96.
My Best Gal (1944) as Photography
97.
Hit Parade of 1943 (1943) as Photography
One of the many films made at Republic with a year attached to the "Hit Parade" title, which came from the "Hit Parade" radio program sponsored by Lucky Strike cigarettes. On reissue all of the entries underwent a title change from "Hit Parade of 19??" to, usually, a title of a song contained in the film, as happened in the case of this film when it was reissued as "Change of Heart" in 1949, and not known under that title until 1949. Not reissuing the film under the original title of "Hit Parade of 1943" had a two-fold purpose; the audiences of that era were not much interested in seeing a film twice, and a changed title-even when the original title was clearly shown in (very) small print in the ads and on the posters---had a chance of being seen again by that segment of the ticket-buying public who didn't read the small print. The plot here is just a trifle---Susan Hayward ghost writes songs for composer John Carroll, whose charms evidently outweighed his song-writing ability---played in and around some great singing and dancing numbers by, for its time, a large number of black performers including Dorothy Dandridge, Count Basie, dancing by the great Jack Williams and the team of "Pops & Louie"(Albert Whitman and Louis Williams)and others, including Spanish dancer Chinita Marin, billed as Chinita. The song "Change of Heart", by Jule Styne and Harold Adamson, was Oscar-nominated, and also became the title of the film on 1949 reissue. Walter Scharf also was Oscar-nominated for Best Scoring of a Musical. Republic seldom got two nominations in any single year, much less two in the same film.
98.
Nobody's Darling (1943) as Photography
99.
Bordertown Gun Fighters (1943) as Photography
Cameo Shelby is running a crooked lottery out of El Paso and treasury agent Bill Elliott has been sent to break it up. When Bill intercepts a shipment of tickets to New Mexico he forces Shelby to send incriminating papers in the next shipment. Bill captures these also and now has the evidence he needs to go after Shelby.
100.
London Blackout Murders (1943) as Photography
101.
The West Side Kid (1943) as Photography
102.
Whispering Footsteps (1943) as Photography
A bank clerk in a small town returns home from a vacation in Indianapolis, and hears a story on the radio about a girl found murdered there. The description of the killer fits him exactly, and when two girls are murdered in his town, suspicion falls on him - especially when he can't provide an alibi for the time the girls were killed.
103.
In Old Oklahoma (1943) as Photography
Cowboy Dan Somers and oilman Jim "Hunk" Gardner compete for oil lease rights on Indian land in Oklahoma, as well as for the favors of schoolteacher Cathy Allen.
104.
Someone to Remember (1943) as Photography
105.
Tahiti Honey (1943) as Photography
106.
In Old California (1942) as Photography
Boston pharmacist Tom Craig comes to Sacramento, where he runs afoul of local political boss Britt Dawson, who exacts protection payment from the citizenry. Dawson frames Craig with poisoned medicine, but Craig redeems himself during a Gold Rush epidemic.
107.
Ridin' Down the Canyon (1942) as Photography
108.
Heart of the Golden West (1942) as Photography
Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers), Frog Millhouse (Smiley Burnette), Gabby Whittaker (George Hayes) and the Sons of the Pioneers (Bob Nolan, Tim Spencer, Pat Brady, Hugh Farr and Karl Farr) undertake to protect the ranchers of Cherokee City from unjust charges levied against them for transporting their cattle to the stock yards of the packing houses. Trucking executive Ross Lambert (Edmund McDonald) doubles his rates and Roy decides to try and convince old Colonel Silas Popen (Walter Catlett) to run his riverboat as far as Cherokee City and transport the cattle that way. Roy and his friends plan a "western" welcome for Popen and his daughter Mary Lou (Ruth Terry), but James Barabee (Paul Harvey), head of the cattleman's association, sends Roy a wire warning him that Popen hates and fears anything smacking of the "wild west." Lambert and his henchman Cully Bronson (William Haade) intercept the wire and start a campaign to make Cherokk City appear lawless and wild, so that Popen will refuse to bring his steamboats up the river. They also set fire to the steamboat and rustle all the cattle, hiding them in an underground cave covered by a waterfall. Mary Lou discovers the lair and Roy and his friends shoot it out with the Lambert gang.
109.
X Marks the Spot (1942) as Photography
110.
Cowboy Serenade (1942) as Photography
111.
The Girl from Alaska (1942) as Photography
112.
Flying Tigers (1942) as Photography
American flyers help the Chinese fight off Japanese invaders.
113.
Sleepytime Gal (1942) as Photography
114.
Robin Hood of the Pecos (1941) as Photography
A newly appointed sheriff fights to save ranchers from an unscrupulous land baron.
115.
Ice-Capades (1941) as Photography
Newsreel cameraman Bob Clemens (James Ellison), an avowed woman hater, is assigned to cover the Lake Placid exhibition of Karen Vadja (Renie Riano), the Swiss ice Queen. He misses his plane and fails to get the footage needed for a newsreel. Deciding that if you've seen one ice skater, you've seen them all, he goes to Central Park to film a skater picked at random. He selects Marie Bergen (Dorothy Lewis) who is wanted by the immigration people for having over-stayed her visa. Bob does not adjust his newsreel camera for a long shot and she shows very clearly in close-ups. Promoter Larry Herman (Phil Silvers) sees the newsreel and seeing that she is very talented and very pretty, decides to star her in an ice-spectacle to be called the "Ice-Capades." He sends for Karen Vadja's agent, since that is the name the skater is identified as in the newsreel, draws up and signs a contract and invites the press to join him when he meets her. Dismay mildly describes his feeling when he learns that he has obligated himself to build a show around a horse-faced, eccentric woman whose ability to skate is her only saving grace. He calls off the show, and brings suit against the National Newsreel Company for this hoax. The boss, Ellis (Alan Mowbray), blames Bob and his assistant Colonna (Jerry Colonna), who propose that they find her and let Ellis "discover" and star her. She evades them as she thinks they are immigration agents trying to find and deport her, but they find her in the chorus of the ice show they want her to star in. Deportation looms with marriage to an American citizen being the only alternative. Bob, the only woman-hating confirmed bachelor in the cast, becomes the prime candidate.
116.
Puddin' Head (1941) as Photography
117.
Petticoat Politics (1941) as Photography
118.
Down Mexico Way (1941) as Photography
After the badguys swindle the good folk of Sage City, Gene and Frog chase them to Mexico where they are now trying to rob a rich Mexican ranchero.
119.
Sis Hopkins (1941) as Photography
120.
Lady from Louisiana (1941) as Photography
Northern lawyer John Reynolds travels to New Orleans to try and clean up the local crime syndicate based around a lottery. Although he meets Julie Mirbeau and they are attracted to each other, the fact that her father heads the lottery means they end up on opposite sides. When her father is killed, Julie becomes more and more involved in the shady activities and in blocking Reynolds' attempts at prosecution.
121.
Sierra Sue (1941) as Photography
Gene is a government inspector looking into what's killing cattle. The ranchers want to burn the area to clear of a poisonous weed, but Gene favors chemical spray from an airplane.
122.
Red River Valley (1941) as Photography
Ranchers, with the help of Roy, raise money to build a reservoir but lose it to a gambler through a crooked stock deal. Songs include the title song, "Love Begins at Sunset on the Trail," "Lily of the Hillbilly Valley," "When Payday Rolls Around," and "Chant of the Wanderer."
123.
A Missouri Outlaw (1941) as Photography
124.
Mountain Moonlight (1941) as Photography
125.
A Man Betrayed (1941) as Photography
Attorney Lynn Hollister investigates the murder of his friend in the big city. Along the way, he manages to fall in love with the daughter of his chief suspect.
126.
Behind the News (1940) as Photography
It's school graduate, Jeff Flavin's, first day on the job as a cub reporter for the Enquirer. Boss, Archer, places Jeff with Stu Woodrow a lazying reporter. Stu detests cubs, treating Jeff badly. Jeff saves a drunken Stu's job by covering the convicted racketeer, Houseman's escape from prison. Jeff goes to Houseman's sister for a scoop he witnesses the murder of Houseman and an innocent young child. Stu grateful to Jeff thinks Jeff is to decent to be a reporter, sends Jeff on a fake story. Resulting in Jeff being demoted by an angry Archer. On his own, Jeff goes to the court house to see the trail of Marques, accused of Houseman's murder. Jeff, who speaks Spanish, hears the translater, Olmeda falsely state that Marques confesses to the killing. Jeff tells Archer that he has a story. The problem is that nobody believes him due to the fake story.
127.
Rocky Mountain Rangers (1940) as Photography
This entry in Republic's "Three Mesquiteers" series has a misnomer for a title since the action takes place in Texas and pre-statehood Oklahoma, and the Rocky Mountains are in neither state, but Republic, which easily produced the best of the B-westerns, quite often used a title that had nothing to do with the locale of the film. Stony Brooke (Robert Livingston), Rusty Joslin (Raymond Hatton) and Rico (Duncan Renaldo) are Texas Rangers unable to enter the territory known as the Panhandle as it is not part of the state, and lawlessness runs rampant there, under the guerilla leader, King Barton (LeRoy Mason.) They discover a young boy, Danny Burke (Sammy McKim), wounded and left to die by the Barton gang. They nurse him back to health, but he is killed in another raid by the Barton outfit. Stony takes possession of the boy's gun and vows vengeance. Since the strip of land hiding the outlaws is under Federal authority, the Mesquiteers enter the territory with a plan to lure the outlaws across the Texas border. Stony, posing as his look-alike outlaw double known as The Laredo Kid, stages a jail break to free King Barton's younger brother Jim (Dennis Moore) from a Texas jail and insinuates himself into the gang. Barton has been forcing a Panhandle gunsmith named Manners (John St. Polis) to provide weapons for him, and Manners' daughter, Doris (Rosella Towne), is antagonistic toward Stony, whom she believes to be The Laredo Kid. Stony soon convinces her of his true identity. The plot to lure the Barton gang into Texas is progressing nicely until the real Laredo Kid shows up and exposes Stony.
128.
Women in War (1940) as Photography
129.
Pioneers of the West (1940) as Photography
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Colorado (1940) as Photography
Trouble in Colorado is tying up Union troops needed back east during the Civil War and Lieut. Burke is sent to investigate. Macklin and his gang are causing the problems and Capt. Mason joins them. When Burke catches up with them he also finds Mason, his brother.
131.
Girl from God's Country (1940) as Photography
132.
Hit Parade of 1941 (1940) as Photography
A small radio station is saved of getting bankrupt by a backer, who invests money for a TV equipment, if the owner allows, that his dancing daughter Annabelle can dance and sing on the screen, but due to her voice, her singing had to be dubbed by the owner's girl friend Pat Abbott.But problems start, when the owner starts dating Annabelle.
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Grand Ole Opry (1940) as Photography
134.
Dark Command (1940) as Photography
A Western sheriff takes on a Civil War renegade.
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Earl of Puddlestone (1940) as Photography
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Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride (1940) as Photography
Overly shy cowboy Gene inherits a meat-packing plant, then faces stiff competition from snooty Ann Randolph, rival owner determined to do him in.
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The Border Legion (1940) as Photography
An Eastern doctor is on the run from authorities in New York. Out west he comes to the aid of friends besieged by an outlaw gang known as the border legion. In the end, he is cleared of any wrong-doing back east.
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Wall Street Cowboy (1939) as Photography
Molybdenum is a hard, gray metallic element used to toughen alloy steels and soften tungsten alloy. It is also used in fertilizers, dyes and enamels. Well, anyway, Roy's ranch is full of the stuff and an evil Wall Street syndicate wants to foreclose on the ranch when Roy has trouble making his mortgage payment.
139.
Rough Riders Round-Up (1939) as Photography
A suspended Texas ranger sets out to catch the outlaws who killed his partner.
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Saga of Death Valley (1939) as Photography
When Tasker kills Roy Rogers he takes one of his young sons. Fifteen years later the other son Roy arrives buying a ranch in the valley where Tasker now controls the water supply. Roy organizes the ranchers for a showdown with Tasker not knowing that his brother is Tasker's chief henchman.
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Pride of the Navy (1939) as Photography
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Forged Passport (1939) as Photography
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Mickey, the Kid (1939) as Photography
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Thou Shalt Not Kill (1939) as Photography
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Blue Montana Skies (1939) as Photography
Hendricks is smuggling furs across the border. Gene's partner sees them and is murdered. But before he died he wrote the initials HH. So Gene and Frog head to the HH dude ranch to investigate. They eventually get wise to Hendricks game but as soon as they find the furs they are made prisoners.
146.
Main Street Lawyer (1939) as Photography
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Should Husbands Work? (1939) as Photography
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S.O.S.--Tidal Wave (1939) as Photography
149.
The Night Riders (1939) as Photography
Talbot uses a phony land grant to rule thirteen million acres, taxing everyone heavily and evicting those who won't pay. The Three Mesquiteers becomes mysterious "night riders" to fight this evil.
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Smuggled Cargo (1939) as Photography
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Southward Ho! (1939) as Photography
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My Wife's Relatives (1939) as Photography
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Fighting Thoroughbreds (1939) as Photography
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Rhythm of the Saddle (1938) as Photography
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The Night Hawk (1938) as Photography
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The Higgins Family (1938) as Photography
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Red River Range (1938) as Photography
The Cattlemen's Association has called in the Mesquiteers to find cattle rustlers. They get Tex Riley to pose as Stony so Stony can arrive posing as a wanted outlaw. This gets Stony into the gang of rustlers and he alerts Tucson and Lullaby as to the next raid. But Hartley is on hand and unknown to anyone is the rustler's boss and he joins the posse with a plan that will do away with the Mesquiteers.
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Outside of Paradise (1938) as Photography
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The Man from Music Mountain (1938) as Photography
Scanlon is pulling off a land swindle by selling lots in a ghost town claiming the power company is bringing in a line. As a bonus he throws in shares in a worthless gold mine. Gene is on to Scanlon and tries to get him to buy back the deeds by salting the mine with gold. But when a new vein is really discovered Gene has to stop the sales but is trapped in the mine by Scanlon's men.
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Born to Be Wild (1938) as Photography
161.
Invisible Enemy (1938) as Photography
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I Stand Accused (1938) as Photography
Fred, a young lawyer fresh out of school, climbs quickly to success as the mouthpiece for a gangland mob. His friend Paul, however, reaches equally quick success - in the district attorney's office. Inevitably, they meet on opposite sides of the courtroom.
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Under Western Stars (1938) as Photography
In his starring debut Roy gets elected to congress in order to bring water to the ranchers in his district. In Washington he learns he needs the backing of a key congressman and gets that man to go west for an inspection trip. When the Congressman is initally unimpressed, Roy gets the inspection party stranded without water to show the true conditions.
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Ladies in Distress (1938) as Photography
165.
A Desperate Adventure (1938) as Photography
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Come On, Rangers (1938) as Photography
Disbanded Texas Rangers are gathered together to help the U.S. Cavalry put an end to marauding outlaws. Songs include "A Western Love Song," "I've Learned a Lot about Women," and "Tenting Tonight."
167.
King of the Newsboys (1938) as Photography
168.
Navy Blues (1937) as Photography
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Michael O'Halloran (1937) as Photography
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Circus Girl (1937) as Photography
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Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937) as Photography
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The Riders of the Whistling Skull (1937) as Photography
After a member of an archeological expedition is murdered, Stony convinces the other two reluctant Mesquiteers to accompany them. After another member is killed it becomes apparent that Rutledge and the Indian Otah are the culprits, but they are now in Indian territory without food and water.
173.
It Could Happen to You (1937) as Photography
174.
Larceny on the Air (1937) as Photography
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Public Cowboy No. 1 (1937) as Photography
Shannon is running a modern rustling operation using an airplane to spot the cattle, short wave radio to alert the rustlers, and trucks to haul away the beef. When the aging Sheriff Doniphan is unable to bring them in, he is replaced by an eastern detective. But Doniphan's deputy Gene suspects Shannon and sets a trap to nab him and his gang.
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Paradise Express (1937) as Photography
177.
Heart of the Rockies (1937) as Photography
The Mesquiteers are supposedly losing cattle to a bear from the adjoining National park. But the culprits are the Dawson clan who kill the cattle and use Davey's pet bear to leave tracks. When Davey breaks his leg, they find a crutch mark along with the bear tracks and head after the Dawson's.
178.
Range Defenders (1937) as Photography
179.
The Sheik Steps Out (1937) as Photography
180.
Jim Hanvey, Detective (1937) as Photography
181.
Hit the Saddle (1937) as Photography
Unable to legally capture and sell a herd of protected wild horses, corrupt rancher Rance Macgowan uses his trained killer horse, Volcano, to substitute for the real leader of the herd and cause havoc and death among the ranches. With the government about to drop the restrictions on rounding up the herd, the Three Mesquiteers find themselves in the middle of the controversy after their friend, Sheriff Miller is killed by Volcano.
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Bulldog Edition (1936) as Photography
183.
King of the Pecos (1936) as Photography
Profiteer Alexander Stiles (Cy Kendall) lays claim to a million acres of range in the Pecos River country, but a rancher named Clayborn (John Beck) stands in his way as he has already claimed the water-rich location of Sweetwater as his own, and refuses Stiles' $1000 offer for his land. Led by the murderous Ash (Jack Clifford), the hired guns of Stiles kill Clayborn and his wife (Mary MacLaren) but their young son John (Bradley Metcalfe Jr.) survives and joins his grandfather in Austin. As the boy grows into a man he learns the use of a law book as well as a six gun, intending to use both to bring Stiles to justice. As lawyer John Clay (John Wayne), he travels to the Cottonwood headquarters of Stiles, self-proclaimed King of the Pecos, and meets Hank Matthews (Arthur Aylesworth) and Josh Billings (Herbert Heywood), two cattlemen thrown into poverty through the crooked dealings of Stiles. John serves a summons for Stiles to appear in court but the circuit judge (James Marcus) is too frightned to face the might of Stiles. John sends Hank to round up other impoverished cattlemen, and they provide the judge with an armed escort to Cottonwood. The judge upholds the ranchers' pleas for use of water and grass, and Stiles sees most of his ill-gotten gains turned over to public domain for proper filing. Stiles convinces newcomers Eli Jackson (Edward Hearn) and his daughter Belle (Muriel Evans) that John is trying to cheat the ranchers and file claims for himself. He also plans an ambush for those riding through the canyon to file claims and he sends Ash and his gunmen to the hills, instructing them to shoot anyone without the white arm bands he has supplied to his own riders. John discovers the plot and has the ranchers to also wear white arm bands, ensuring their safe passage. With their claim successfully filed the ranchers plan a cattle drive to Abilene where the railroad is promising $20 a head. Stiles steals whatever cattle he can and moves his outlaws to Sweetwater, where he hopes to extort money for use of the water there from the trail drivers. When the drive reaches Sweetwater, John confronts Stiles, revealing that he is the son of the murdered Clayborn's and that Sweetwater rightfully belongs to him. Following a siege by John and the ranchers, Stiles tries to escape by buckboard, but when the wagon tips over he is crushed by the safe containing money he has stolen from others. John pursues Ash into the rocks, offering him a chance to draw first and then ills him. John leaves his gun and his quest for revenge at the site and turns his mind to Belle and his law career.
184.
Dancing Feet (1936) as Photography
185.
The Girl from Mandalay (1936) as Photography
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The Bold Caballero (1936) as Photography
187.
The House of a Thousand Candles (1936) as Photography
188.
Ghost-Town Gold (1936) as Photography
Barrington's men rob the bank and hide the gold in a ghost town. The ghost town's only citizen finds the gold and tries to use it to bet on a boxing match. Seeing the gold, the Mesquiteers rush to the ghost town and recover the rest of it. They need to get it to the bank before it opens but Barrington's men stand in the way.
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Navy Born (1936) as Photography
190.
Hearts in Bondage (1936) as Photography
191.
The Leavenworth Case (1936) as Photography
192.
The Leathernecks Have Landed (1936) as Photography
193.
Ticket to Paradise (1936) as Assistant Camera
194.
The Mandarin Mystery (1936) as Photography
195.
The Gentleman from Louisiana (1936) as Photography
196.
Harmony Lane (1935) as Photography
197.
Behind the Green Lights (1935) as Camera
Derived loosely from the popular-in-its-day autobiography of NY Police captain Cornelius W. "The Gang Buster" Willemse. Mary Kennedy, the daughter of police lieutenant Jim Kennedy, works for an unethical criminal attorney and is corrupted by the association. But she sees the light when she twists the law to obtain the acquittal of a client and the man later shoots her father. Mary then enlists the aid of Detective Dave Britten in hopes of bringing down the crooks for whom she works.
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Streamline Express (1935) as Photography
A disparate group of people meet as passengers on a superspeed train crossing the U.S. Aboard are a seductive blackmailer and the stage director he intends to frame, a woman chasing her husband who is running away with the blackmail victim, and the stage director's feisty leading lady.
199.
$1,000 a Minute (1935) as Photography
200.
Hitch Hike Lady (1935) as Photography
201.
The Sagebrush Troubadour (1935) as Photography
Before he was murdered Grandpa Martin found a gold mine. He failed to record it and now everyone is looking for Martin's old horse that can lead them to it. When Autry arrives to investigate, he is accused of the murder and finds the Sheriff after him.
202.
Waterfront Lady (1935) as Assistant Camera
When a young man is befriended by a gambling ship operator and made a partner in the business, he becomes involved in a police manhunt after he covers up a murder committed by his new partner.
203.
Confidential (1935) as Photography
204.
The Cisco Kid (1931) as 2nd Camera

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He Loved an Actress (1938) as Photography

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206.
Last Stagecoach West (1954) as Photography
The pilot film for "Stories of the Century." The exploits of Bill Cameron, an agent for the Railroad Protection Association, an organization that protects the newly developing railroads from Indians, robbers, or whatever trouble plagues them. In the pilot episode, Bill travels to Cedar City, a rai

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