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Cinematography (feature film)

Lost Continent (1951) as Opticals
Major Joe Nolan heads a rescue mission in the South Pacific to recover a downed atomic rocket. The crew crashlands on a mysterious island, and spend a LOT of running time climbing rocks. They meet up with a native girl, a big lizard, and some fake-looking dinosaurs. And they climb more rocks.

Title Design (feature film)

Bigfoot: Man or Beast? (1970) as Main Titles Design

Visual Effects (feature film)

Bigfoot (1970) as Main titles
When Bigfoot abducts two curvy women and carries them off into the woods, some local bikers take it upon themselves to rescue the victims.
The Pit and the Pendulum (1961) as Photography Effects
A young man investigates his sister's death in a mysterious castle.
Not Tonight Henry (1961) as Special Effects
One of the early color near-nudie films and was reshown often by, mostly, drive-in theatre owners in need of a quick cash fix. They would hang out the "Adults Only" sign, thereby ensuring that every high school and junior high boy (and more than a few Dads) within an hour's drive would storm the gate, and turn on the pop corn machine and then hot-foot it to the night-desposit at the bank. "Not Tonight, Henry" (the actual title and not an alternate title as some seem to think) was a large step up in quality for director W. Merle Connell in that it was in color and also not just a static-camera filming of a burlesque show inside of one of L. A.'s smoky, grind house burleyques. The girls were still out of burlesque, as were Hank Henry and Little Jack Little: Hank Henry is more than a little frustrated at the "lack of attention" he is getting at home from his wife (Burlesque performer Valkyra) and starts dreaming up amorous escapades with sirens from the past...Cleopatra (Daurine Dare), Josephine (Joanne Berges), Delilah (Marge Welling) and others. Most end in some old burlesque skit or blackout gag, but Henry makes the history rounds. While he is dreaming, his wife is reading a book about the great lovers of history. When he "returns" the wife tells him he doesn't have to sleep on the couch any more...and amends that to---"at least, not tonight, Henry."
Master of the World (1961) as Photography Effects
A mad genius tries to bomb the world into peace.
House of Usher (1960) as Photography Effects
A young man tries to rescue the woman he loves from her demonic brother.
The Buckskin Lady (1957) as Special Effects
Untamed Mistress (1957) as Special Effects
Dig That Uranium (1956) as Special Effects
The Bowery Boys battle crooks for control of a uranium mind out West.
Crashing Las Vegas (1956) as Special Effects
When an electric shock turns one of them into a psychic, the Bowery Boys invade Las Vegas.
Naked Gun (1956) as Special Effects
Don Pablo Salazar steals a fortune in jewels from an Indian tribe and an Aztec medicine man puts a curse on the jewels until they are returned. Years later an American insurance man, Breen Mathews (Willard Parker) promises to deliver the Salazar fortune to the rightful heir after Luis Salazar, son of Don Pablo, is killed. Breen heads for Topaz, where he hopes to find the surviving heir, Teresa. He finds instead, Louisa, daughter of Teresa, and is forced to fight a crooked group of townspeople, who are after the Salazar fortune, cursed or otherwise. Included in the group are Judge Cole (Billy House), known as "the Hanging Judge" and Barnum (Barton MacLane), local saloon owner. After defeating all the crooks, Breen is told by Louisa that she, the last of the Salazars, is going to return the treasure to its rightful owners, and lift the curse.
Jail Busters (1955) as Special Effects
The Bowery Boys help a reporter who was beaten up during an undercover investigation at a local prison.
Lord of the Jungle (1955) as Special Effects
The jungle boy tries to stop a herd of rogue elephants.
High Society (1955) as Special Effects
When one of them is mistaken for a society heir, the Bowery Boys move up in the world.
The Return of Jack Slade (1955) as Special Effects
Toughest Man Alive (1955) as Special Effects
Spy Chasers (1955) as Special Effects
The Bowery Boys get mixed up with an exiled king and a murderous band of spies.
An Annapolis Story (1955) as Photography Effects
Two brothers enrolled at the U.S. Naval Academy fall in love with the same girl.
Seven Angry Men (1955) as Photography Effects
A fanatical abolitionist leads a personal war against slave owners in Kansas.
Dial Red O (1955) as Photography Effects
The first of the five films where Bill Elliott played a detective lieutenant in the L.A Sheriff's department, Dial Red "O" (the correct title with the number 0 (zero), as on a telephone dial, shown in ") opens with war-torn veteran Ralph Wyatt (Keith Larsen) getting word that his wife is divorcing him, and he flees the psychiatric ward of the veteran's hospital, wanting to talk to her. His escape touches off an all-out manhunt, led by Lieutenant Andy Flynn (Bill Elliott) of the sheriff's department. Wyatt's wife, Connie (Helene Stanley) is having an affair with Norman Roper (Paul Picerni), a judo expert in Wyatt's old Marine unit. When Roper refuses to divorce his own wife (Regina Gibson) to marry Connie, they have a violent quarrel in Connie's apartment. Roper kills Connie and incriminates Wyatt, who is arrested and held on suspicion of homicide. Convinced that Roper is the real murderer, Wyatt escapes from his cell in the Hollywood Sheriff's office, and goes to Roper's home. Lt. Flynn has discovered evidence pointing to Roper as the killer, and arrives in time to prevent Wyatt from killing him. Jazzman Shorty Rogers (and his Giants) are also on hand as part of the Hollywood night life. The Elliott role name was changed to Andy Doyle for the following four films in the series, as there was a real Andy Flynn working in law enforcement in Los Angeles.
The Big Tip Off (1955) as Special Effects
Kentucky Rifle (1955) as Special Effects
A man escorts a wagon load of Kentucky rifles through Indian territory and must find a way to get through without losing the rifles to the Indians. Unfortunately the Indians know about it, and give the occupants an ultimatum: either the rifles or their lives.
Finger Man (1955) as Special Effects
Treasury agents, desperate to get evidence on syndicate kingpin Dutch Becker, give ex-con hood Casey Martin a in prison or courting sudden death as a government 'finger man.' Finding that his sister is now a drug addict thanks to Becker, Martin agrees to go undercover. Becker's chief aide proves to be sadistic Lou Terpe, Martin's former cellmate whom he can't stand the sight of. And the danger hanging over Martin expands to threaten those around him...
Betrayed Women (1955) as Special Effects
The governor appoints lawyer Jeff Darrow (Tom Drake) to open an investigation on the reported cruelties inflicted on the inmates of the Bayou Reformatory For Women. The investigation is opposed by Mrs. Ballard(Esther Dale), head of the prison, whose moronic brother, Cletus (John Dierkes), is keeper of the prison bloodhounds. Nora Collins (Peggy Knudsen), once engaged to Jeff, but now an inmate because she had stolen to protect her brother, is resentful of prison methods and particularly bitter against the sadistic methods of a brutal prison guard named Darcy (Sara Haden.)Honey Blake (Beverly Michaels) and Kate (Carole Mathews)unsuccessfully try to use Cletus in an escape attempt. But they try a second escape using Jeff, Nora and Mrs. Ballard as hostages. Mabry (John Damler), Kate's gangland lover, hears of the escape and knowing she will go where she had hidden $50,000 gets there ahead of her.
Treasure of Ruby Hills (1955) as Special Effects
Night Freight (1955) as Special Effects
Jail Bait (1954) as Special Effects
Vic Brady draws young Don Gregor into a life of crime. He then blackmails Gregor's plastic surgeon father into fixing up his face so he can evade the cops. This is Steve Reeves' first speaking part.
Duffy of San Quentin (1954) as Special Effects
A biography of the experiences of San Quentin prison warden Clinton T. Duffy.
Killer Leopard (1954) as Special Effects
The jungle boy fights a rampaging cat to help a movie star find her missing husband.
Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954) as Special Effects
A prisoner leads his counterparts in a protest for better living conditions which turns violent and ugly.
Girl Gang (1954) as Special Effects
A sleazy gangster has a gang of young girls commit robberies and prostitution for him by getting them hooked on drugs.
Highway Dragnet (1954) as Special Effects
Port of Hell (1954) as Special Effects
The new warden of a large American harbor raises the hackles of sailors and fishermen by his strict enforcement of all the safety rules. He takes the time, though, to romance the sister of his biggest rival.
Return from the Sea (1954) as Special Effects
A sailor vows to give up his wandering ways when he falls for a waitress.
Fangs of the Wild (1954) as Special Effects
Tad Summers (Freddie Ridgeway), son of mountain lodge owner Jim Summers (Onslow Stevens), sees Roger Wharton (Charles Chaplin Jr.) kill his supposed best friend. Tad tells his father, who doesn't believe him, but Linda Wharton (Margia Dean), Roger's wife, does and taunts him into a confession. Roger sets out to get rid of the boy.
The Golden Idol (1954) as Special Effects
The Lost Idol of Watusi, a valuable archeological treasure, has come into the hands of Bomba (Johnny Sheffield). Murderous Arabian chieftain Ali Ben Mamoud (Paul Gulifoye) hires the equally unscrupulous soldier of fortune Joe Hawkins (Lane Bradford) to get the treasure. British museum scientist Karen Marsh (Anne Kimbell), Commissioner Barnes (Leonard Mudie), his number one boy Eli (Smoki Whitfield) and Ezekiel (James Adamson) are also seeking the Idol. Hawkins and his native henchman, Gomo (Roy Glenn), double-cross Mamoud and set out to get the treasure for themselves. Things go downhill for them after Bomba takes an active hand; he overpowers Hawkins in an underwater fight and Mamoud is drowned in the coils of a huge water snake. District policemen Reed (William Tannen) and Graves (Don Harvey) place the surviving plotters under arrest, and Bomba and his chimp Kimbbo fade away in the jungle as Barnes, Karen and Eli disappear by boat over the waters of Pongola Basin (played by Monogram's back lot).
The Desperado (1954) as Special Effects
). Wayne Morris, James J. Lydon, Beverly Garland, Rayford Barnes, Dabbs Greer, Lee Van Cleef, Nestor Paiva. While on the run from corrupt carpetbaggers in post-Civil War Texas, a young gunslinger teams up with a fugitive gunfighter to seek revenge on his former partner.
Security Risk (1954) as Special Effects
Yukon Vengeance (1954) as Special Effects
The Forty-Niners (1954) as Special Effects
A man poses as a gunman to learn the identity of three killers.
Two Guns and a Badge (1954) as Special Effects
The Steel Cage (1954) as Effects
Loophole (1954) as Special Effects
Arrow in the Dust (1954) as Special Effects
A deserter takes on his dead captain's identity to save a wagon train.
Paris Playboys (1954) as Special Effects
When one of the Bowery Boys impersonates a missing French professor, the group ends up battling spies.
Bitter Creek (1954) as Special Effects
A man attempts to find the killer of his brother.
Thunder Pass (1954) as Special Effects
The Fighting Lawman (1953) as Special Effects
Wayne Morris, Virginia Grey, John Kellogg, Harry Lauter, John Pickard. WW II Navy flying hero Wayne Morris enjoyed a second career as a cowboy hero in Hollywood westerns. In this one, he pursues frontier adventuress Virginia Grey who is planning to steal the spoils of an outlaw gang.
Cow Country (1953) as Special Effects
A hired hand gets caught between a noble rancher and ruthless land grabbers.
Combat Squad (1953) as Optical Effects
A plotless shot-on-the-lot and sound-stage Korean War entry that is even below the standard of house producer Sam Katzman, which is understandable when the name of Jerry Thomas, the producer of Lash LaRue PRC westerns, shows up as the producer. A small platoon of American infrantry, led by Sergeant Fletcher (John Ireland), captures a cave and smashes a roadblock and then heads back for some "R n' R" with some U.S.O hostesses. Then they clean some snipers out of a thicket, accomplished with the aid of a raw recruit, Martin (Lon McCallister.)
Run for the Hills (1953) as Special Effects
Loose in London (1953) as Special Effects
The Bowery Boys take on British crooks when one of them thinks he''s inherited a title.
The Marksman (1953) as Special Effects
The Tall Texan (1953) as Special Effects
Tangier Incident (1953) as Special Effects
Clipped Wings (1953) as Special Effects
The Bowery Boys join the air force and almost turn it into a fly-by-night organization.
The Flaming Urge (1953) as Optical Effects
Star of Texas (1953) as Special Effects
The Homesteaders (1953) as Special Effects
A man faces numerous travails transporting a consignment of dynamite for a group of Oregon homesteaders.
Mesa of Lost Women (1953) as Special Effects
A mad scientist named Arana is creating giant spiders and dwarves in his lab on Zarpa Mesa in Mexico. He wants to create a master race of superwomen by injecting his female subjects with spider venom.
Rebel City (1953) as Special Effects
Son of the Renegade (1953) as Special Effects
Fangs of the Arctic (1953) as Special Effects
Safari Drums (1953) as Special Effects
A group of movie makers arrive in Africa to make a film about jungle wildlife.
Vigilante Terror (1953) as Special Effects
Topeka (1953) as Special Effects
Northern Patrol (1953) as Special Effects
Mexican Manhunt (1953) as Special Effects
Jalopy (1953) as Special Effects
The Bowery Boys enter an auto race when one of them invents a new super gas.
Yukon Gold (1952) as Special Effects
Feudin' Fools (1952) as Special Effects
The Bowery Boys get caught in a hillbilly feud when one of them inherits a Kentucky farm.
Canyon Ambush (1952) as Special Effects
A mysterious masked rider and his gang are murdering ranchers and robbing stages. Government Agent Johnny Mack Brown has been called in to help the Sheriff. Capturing a henchman he learns of everyone involved except the boss, the masked rider. He eventually suspects the Wells Fargo Agent and has a plan that will trick him into a confession.
The Maverick (1952) as Special Effects
Army Lieutenant Devlin (Bill Elliott) is ordered to take Sgt. Frick(Myron Healey), Corporal Johnson(Robert Bray) and some troopers to break up a gang of gunmen hired by Frank Bullitt(Richard Reeves), leader of the cattlemen, to drive homesteaders from the range. Devlin's troop captures Bullitt and three of the hired killers: Fane(Gregg Barton), Karns (Denver Pyle) and Nixon (eugene Roth.) En route to Fort Jeffrey with the prisoners, the troop overtakes a wagon carrying Della Watson (Phyllis Coates) and her grandmother (Florence Lake), and Devlin reluctantly agrees to let the two women accompany his party. Meanwhile, Bullitt's foreman, Massey (Robert Wilke),has sent more gunmen to free the prisoners, and the disgruntled Lt. Frick has sold out to Bullitt.
Dead Man's Trail (1952) as Special Effects
African Treasure (1952) as Special Effects
Bomba the Jungle Boy takes on diamond smugglers.
Hellgate (1952) as Special Effects
A man is accused of spying for the confedaracy, and sentenced to the notorious Hellgate Prison. After he unsuccessfully attempts to breakout, and is sentenced to solitary confinement, he redeems himself when the prison is taken down by a plague.
Sea Tiger (1952) as Special Effects
Here Come the Marines (1952) as Special Effects
When they''re drafted, the Bowery Boys set out to solve a murder.
Wyoming Roundup (1952) as Special Effects
When newcomers Whip and Bob break up a saloon fight they are made town Marshals. This puts then in the middle of the range war between large ranch owner Howard and the small ranchers. Everyone thinks Howard is the culprit but Whip believes otherwise.
Wild Stallion (1952) as Special Effects
A horse hunter pursues a white colt that ran off when his parents were killed.
Outlaw Women (1952) as Special Effects
Chained for Life (1952) as Special Effects
A Siamese twin kills the husband who left her.
Battle Zone (1952) as Special Effects
A rivalry develops between two Marine combat photographers over the attentions of a Red Cross nurse during their stint in the Korean War.
Buffalo Bill in Tomahawk Territory (1952) as Special Effects
Fargo (1952) as Special Effects
The brother (House Peters, Jr.) of rancher Bill Martin (Wild Bill Elliott) is killed in a stampede started by cattleman. Bill returns to the Fargo country to take his brother's place and is welcomed by law-abiding cattleman MacKenzie (Jack Ingram) and his daughter Kathy (Phyllis Coates.) The leader of the ruthless cattle interests are townsman Austin (Arthur Space) and his henchmen Red (Myron Healey), Link (Robert Wilke) and Albord (Terry Frost.) Bill has the idea of putting up barbed wire to keep the herds from been driven over the land cultivated by the farmers. He, aided by Tad Sloan (Fuzzy Knight), produces the wire by make-shift methods, but it proves effective. The cattleman charge in court that the wire is dangerous to their herds but lose the case. Austin orders his men to seize Bill, bale him in strands of the wire, and throw him on the stage of the town hall during a fall festival. Bill doesn't take kindly to this and it precipitates open war.
The Black Lash (1952) as Special Effects
The Frontier Phantom (1952) as Special Effects
Desert Pursuit (1952) as Special Effects
Wayne Morris, Virginia Gray, George Tobias, Anthony Caruso, Gloria Talbot, and Emmett Lynn as Leatherface. Three camel-riding Arabs pursue a pair of gold-laden miners across the Death Valley desert in this decidedly atypical western.
Fort Osage (1952) as Special Effects
Rod Cameron, Jane Nigh, Morris Ankrum, Douglas Kennedy, John Ridgely. Trail scout Rod Cameron is hired to lead a wagon train through Indian territory after two unscrupulous white men violate an important treaty with the redskins.
Montana Incident (1952) as Special Effects
Whip Wilson (Whip Wilson) and his friend Dave Connors (Rand Brooks) survey the range for a railroad line, and are ordered to get out of the territory. The entire town and most of the land around it are owned by retired cattleman Martin (Hugh Prosser), who allows his oldest daughter, Clara (Peggy Stewart), who, unknown to Martin, has been milking the town dry with the aid of her fiancee (Bruce Edwards), over the objections of her sister Frances (Noel Neill.) Clara knows that the coming of the railroad will bring an end to her rule of the territory.
No Holds Barred (1952) as Special Effects
The Bowery Boys enter the wrestling world when one of them develops superhuman powers.
The Steel Fist (1952) as Special Effects
Arctic Flight (1952) as Special Effects
Bomba and the Jungle Girl (1952) as Special Effects
The jungle hero tries to find out who killed his parents.
Mask of the Dragon (1951) as Special Effects
Lt. Dan Oliver (Richard Emory), an American soldier in Korea, agrees to deliver a jade dragon statuette to a curio shop in Los Angeles. Soon after his arrival, he is murdered. Phil Ramsey (Richard Travis) and Ginny O'Donnell (Sheila Ryan) trace the murder to the shop of Professor Kim Ho (Jack Reitzen). Ramsey receives a package mailed to him by Oliver from Honolulu that contains the jade dragon, and takes it to the curio shop to force a showdown with Kim Ho. He is attacked by Ho's hoods and is about to be killed when Ginny arrives with Police Lt. McLaughton (Lyle Talbot) and the police.
Superman and the Mole-Men (1951) as Special Effects
Reporters Clark Kent and Lois Lane arrive in the small town of Silsby to witness the drilling of the world's deepest oil well. The drill, however, has penetrated the underground home of a race of small, furry people who then come to the surface at night to look around. The fact that they glow in the dark scares the townfolk, who form a mob, led by the vicious Luke Benson, intent on killing the strange people. Only Superman has a chance to prevent this tragedy.
Little Big Horn (1951) as Special Effects
Leave It to the Marines (1951) as Special Effects
The Hoodlum (1951) as Special Effects
The rise and fall of a habitual criminal, and the havoc he wreaks on the lives of his loved ones.
Kentucky Jubilee (1951) as Special Effects
Fingerprints Don't Lie (1951) as Special Effects
Danger Zone (1951) as Special Effects
Pier 23 (1951) as Special Effects
Northwest Territory (1951) as Special Effects
Savage Drums (1951) as Optical Effects
Sky High (1951) as Special Effects
Skipalong Rosenbloom (1951) as Special Effects
F.B.I. Girl (1951) as Special Effects
G. I. Jane (1951) as Special Effects
Paris After Midnight (1951) as Special Effects
The Steel Helmet (1951) as Optical Effects
Americans trapped behind enemy lines fight off Communists during the Korean War.
New Mexico (1951) as Special Effects
Captain Hunt of the cavalry is trying to promote good relations with the Indian chief Acoma. But Hunt's superiors in the military insist on pursuing policies that will provoke a conflict, and Chief Acoma is not willing to let himself be insulted.
Home Town Girl (1951) as Spec eff and mont
Varieties on Parade (1951) as Special Effects
The Vanishing Outpost (1951) as Special Effects
The Daltons' Women (1951) as Special Effects
The Dalton gang has moved west taking new identities and Marshals Lash and Fuzzy are after them. They receive help from Pinkerton agent Joan Talbot as they try to sort out who the bad guys really are.
The Big Night (1951) as Special Effects
An emotional teenager takes on the mob when gangsters beat up his father.
Three Desperate Men (1951) as Special Effects
Roaring City (1951) as Special Effects
Dennis O'Brien (Hugh Beaumont) is hired by Barton (Stanley Price) to bet on Harper, an old fighter, against Lundy (Greg McClure), placing the bets in the name of Steve Belzig. Lundy dies of a blood clot during the bout. At Barton's hotel, after the fight, Dennis finds Gannon (William Tannen) and Lundy, where he learns that Belzig is Lundy's real name and that Barton and Gannon had the fight fixed for Lundy to take a dive in the first round, but Barton told Lundy to wait until the seventh and Harper didn't last that long. Dennis is knocked out and comes to to find police Lt. Burger (Richard Travis) in the room with him with Lundy dead. Accused of the murder and out on bail, Dennis starts his own investigation and finds that Gale Chase (Rebel Randall) is connected with Gannon. He makes Gannon think that Gale is double-crossing him, but is arrested by Burger before he can harm Gale...(end first story...start second story)...Irma Rand (Joan Valerie) hires Dennis to pose as Ted Fallon, husband of her step-daughter Sylvia (Wanda McKay). She introduces him to Eddie (Abner Biberman) and Bill Rafferty (Anthony Warde), who knock him out and he awakens to find himself next to the body of the real Ted Fallon. He goes to Sylvia's apartment where he is again slugged by the two thugs, but this time he awakens and finds both men dead. The always-late Lt.Burger accuses him of these crimes. He learns from his buddy, Professor Shicker (Edward Brophy) that Sylvia had cashed $30,000 worth of bonds belonging to Rafferty and is planning to flee the country with Irma. Catching up to them Dennis and Burger learn that Irma killed Ted Fallon...and Sylvia, believing that Rafferty did it, killed him and Eddie.
The Thundering Trail (1951) as Special Effects
Yes Sir, Mr. Bones (1951) as Special Effects
Federal Man (1950) as Special Effects
A government agent tries to take down a powerful drug smuggler.
Hollywood Varieties (1950) as Special Effects
Hi-Jacked (1950) as Special Effects
The Great Plane Robbery (1950) as Special Effects
Father Makes Good (1950) as Special Effects
Fast on the Draw (1950) as Special Effects
When Shamrock was young, the Cat killed his parents. Now grown, Shamrock gets appointed Marshal when he breaks up a robbery attempt by Tex and his men. Tex works for the Cat and when he and his men rob the Express Office, Shamrock takes out after them hoping to get not only the gang, but also the Cat.
Everybody's Dancin' (1950) as Special Effects
Crooked River (1950) as Special Effects
After Shamrock breaks up a stage robbery attempt by Kent and his men, he trails them to their hideout. Posing as an outlaw he joins them and meets their leader Lucky. But Kent and the others soon quit Lucky to go with the more famous outlaw Gentry. Shamrock learns of their plans and organizes a posse to face them in a showdown.
Colorado Ranger (1950) as Special Effects
Shamrock, Lucky, and the Colonel arrive in Cactus Junction where they are given badges by the Sheriff and offered money by Morgan to drive the ranchers off the land. Instead they bring in the outlaw Loco Joe and two of his henchmen. Dissatisfied with the original three, Morgan now makes the same offer to the three outlaws.
West of the Brazos (1950) as Special Effects
Returning to see his mother, Shamrock gets into a gunfight and afterwards the wounded Marshal gets him to take his badge and assume his identity. He arrives to find his mother has died, oil has been discovered on her ranch, and a man impersonating him is about to be declared the heir. In court, not only does the fake heir win but Shamrock is arrested for impersonating an Officer.
Snow Dog (1950) as Special Effects
The Return of Jesse James (1950) as Special Effects
Johnny looks so much like the real Jesse, he is mistaken for him by a grizzled old member of the now deceased James gang. Johnny is talked into leading a new gang to rob banks using the same modus operandi as the famed outlaw. Jesse's brother Frank decides to put a stop to the defamation of his dead brother's name. Johnny and his gang run into trouble when they try to rob the same two banks, simultaneously, that proved to be the downfall of the original gang.
Radar Secret Service (1950) as Special Effects
G-men track stolen Uranium-238 shipment using new radar technology; they also recruit the girlfriend of a gang member as an informant. Radar helps, but it takes an undercover blonde to really get the goods on criminal masterminds.
Operation Haylift (1950) as Special Effects
Once a Thief (1950) as Special Effects
A hard-luck woman falls for a con man.
Motor Patrol (1950) as Special Effects
Marshal of Heldorado (1950) as Special Effects
The Tulliver brothers are terrorizing the town of Heldorado and Shamrock has been sent to round them up. Arriving posing as a dude, he gets two of them early when they shoot each other trying to shoot him. After he finishes off a third brother, the Tullivers bring in reinforcements and rob the bank. With his identity now revealed, Shamrock organizes a posse and they all head out after them.
King of the Bullwhip (1950) as Special Effects
Marshals Lash and Fuzzy have been sent to bring in the masked whip wielding El Azote. When Lash displays his ability with his whip, he is hired to impersonate El Azote. This eventually brings the two together for the climatic whip fight.
Killer Shark (1950) as Special Effects
A fisherman's son tries to prove himself by hunting sharks.
Kill or Be Killed (1950) as Special Effects
Hostile Country (1950) as Special Effects
The first of a series of six westerns produced by Ron Ormond for Lippert distribution starring two ex-Hopalong Cassidy sidekicks, which means it also is the first one in the series that was a direct swipe from one of A. H. Hackel's mid-30's Supreme westerns - in this case 1935's "No Man's Range" with Bob Steele - in which Ron Ormond and Maurice Tombragel never looked back while giving themselves an "original" writing credit. Shamrock (Jimmy Ellison) is summoned to the ranch of his stepfather Henry Oliver (George Chesebro) whom he has never met. He still hasn't met him when he gets there because Knowlton (George J. Lewis) shows up posing as Oliver. Lucky Hayden (Russell Hayden) is along as Shamrock's sidekick or, to be more specific, the role played by whisker-faced Buck Connor in the original.
Holiday Rhythm (1950) as Special Effects
The Baron of Arizona (1950) as Special Effects
A swindler forges documents to make himself the owner of an entire state.
Bandit Queen (1950) as Special Effects
Zara Montalve (Barbara Britton), half Spanish and half America, returns to her native California in time to see her parents (Cecile Weston and Victor Kilian) murdered for their hacienda and gold by Sheriff Jim Harding (Barton MacLane) and his gang. Posing as Lola Belmont, an American visiting from Detroit, teams up with Joaquin Murietta (Philip Reed), posing as Carlos Del Rio), to form a Robin-Hood type band that takes vengeance on the gang and restores stolen gold to its rightful owners, aided by militia leader Dan Hinsdale (Willard Parker.)
Again Pioneers (1950) as Special Effects
Western Pacific Agent (1950) as Special Effects
Tough Assignment (1949) as Special Effects
Alimony (1949) as Special Effects
Son of Billy the Kid (1949) as Special Effects
The Sky Dragon (1949) as Special Effects
Shamrock Hill (1949) as Special Effects
Ringside (1949) as Special Effects
Rimfire (1949) as Special Effects
Ride, Ryder, Ride! (1949) as Special Effects
Red Desert (1949) as Special Effects
The Pecos Kid (Don Barry) is ambushed on the Red Desert and left to die by the man he was hunting. As he muses about his fate, he recalls President U.S.Grant (Joseph Crehan) and Colonel McMasters (Tom London) assigning him the task of capturing a notorious man of many disguises and aliases, Lefty Jordon, killer and robber of government gold bullion. Pecos leaves Washington, D.C and while coming West on a stagecoach he meets casino owner John Williams (Tom Neal), jeweler Sparky Jackson (Byron Foulger) and saloon entertainer Hazel Carter (Margia Dean.) Williams and his partner Deacon Smith (Jack Holt) hire Pecos as a card dealer. Pecos discovers that Williams is shipping bullion processed into jewelry and, when he starts after Williams, is forced to kill Smith. Williams escapes into the desert but is killed by Pecos after a long chase. He then realizes that Williams is not the wanted Lefty Jordan. Recovering from his wound, he heads to town to deal with Jordan as he now knows who Jordan really is.
The Prairie (1949) as Photography Effects
Call of the Forest (1949) as Special Effects
Leave It to Henry (1949) as Special Effects
The Lawton Story (1949) as Special Effects
The Dalton Gang (1949) as Special Effects
Deputy Marshal Larry West (Don Barry) arrives in Rincon to investigate the murders of several ranchers. Blackie Mullet (Robert Lowery), leader of a gang working for the local land-and-water company, tries to convince Larry that the Indians are responsible for the killings, while Larry's old friend newspaper editor Amos Boling (Byron Foulger) and his assistant Polly Medford (Julie Adams as Betty Adams)tell him they suspect the land company and that Blackie is actually head of the infamous Dalton gang. Sheriff Jeb Marvin (James Millican) locks Larry up after he kills Missouri Ganz (Greg McClure) in self defense. Friendly Indians, led by Chief Irahu (George J. Lewis), free Larry and he goes on the trail of Blackie and the gang.
State Department File 649 (1949) as Special Effects
The Devil's Sleep (1949) as Special Effects
The head of an illegal drug ring uses a women's health spa as a front for his sleeping pill racket.
Zamba (1949) as Special Effects
The Wolf Hunters (1949) as Special Effects
After four fur trappers have been slain and their furs stolen, Corporal Rod Webb (Kirby Grant) of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police sets out for their village. En route he and his dog Chinook come upon another trapper, Henri (Edward Norris), shot and lying unconscious on the trail, and the furs he was delivering to the factor, McTavish (Charles Lang), stolen. Chinook trails the would-be-killer Muskoka (Ted Hecht) and bites a piece of cloth from his coat before he escapes. Webb leaves Henri with Greta (Jan Clayton) while he investigates, aided by Minnetaki (Elizabeth Root), Indian servant fired by McTavish, the real head of the fur thieves, and Marcia Cameron (Helen Parrish), wife of the superintendent (Luther Crockett) of the trading company that employs McTavish.
Treasure of Monte Cristo (1949) as Special Effects
This modern tale borrows from an old story in establishing Langan, who works on a ship that docks in San Francisco, as a descendant of the Count of Monte Cristo. Crooked Lawyer Brodie sets up a scheme to get at the treasure of Langan's famed ancestor, and using the beautiful blonde Jergens, tries to lure Langan into a trap. Langan proves worthy of his heritage, using a gun instead of a sword, and wins legitimately both his forturne and Jergens.
An Old-Fashioned Girl (1949) as Special Effects
Midnight Frolics (1949) as Special Effects
Trouble at Melody Mesa (1949) as Special Effects
I Shot Jesse James (1949) as Special Effects
After shooting his best friend, an outlaw tries to cope with guilt.
I Cheated the Law! (1949) as Special Effects
Grand Canyon (1949) as Special Effects
Square Dance Jubilee (1949) as Special Effects
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.
Shep Comes Home (1948) as Special Effects
The Westward Trail (1948) as Special Effects
Ann and Tom Howard arrive from the east to take up ranching. But Tom wants to return and forges his sister's name to the deed and sells it to Larson. Eddie knows there is silver ore in the area and that Lawson, who killed the Sheriff, is out to get all the ranches. When Lawson appoints himself the new Sheriff, Eddie organizes the ranchers to fight Lawson and his men.
The Mozart Story (1948) as Special Effects
The Dude Goes West (1948) as Special Effects
A tenderfoot tries to help a miner's daughter protect her claim.
Devil's Cargo (1948) as Special Effects
Tornado Range (1948) as Special Effects
Homesteaders are moving onto the ranchers grazing land and Eddie has been sent to stop a range war between the two sides. Thayer is after the land and has his men out trying to start that war. When his henchman Dorgan kills Sawyer, Sawyer's son goes for revenge, When Eddie tries to stop him, Dorgan shoots another man and Eddie is accused and finds himself about to be hung.
The Tioga Kid (1948) as Special Effects
"The Tioga Kid" is a remake of 1946's "Driftin' Kid" with only slight plot changes - hero Eddie Dean now has an identical twin brother working with the outlaws of stock from the original, all of the songs are recycled, most of the character names are the same, and the main difference is Jennifer Holt is now playing the role that Shirley Patterson had in "Driftin' River" as "Jenny Morgan," while most of the original cast - Dennis Moore, William Fawcett, Lee Bennett - are also here using the same character role names and, in some instances, the same footage. Eddie Dean (Eddie Dean) and sidekick Soapy Jones (Roscoe Ates)return some stolen cattle (instead of horses) to Jenny Morgan (Jennifer Holt), and Eddie runs off ranch hand Tucson Brown(Lee Bennett), who is working with the outlaws, led by Joe Morino (Dennis Moore), that includes Eddie's (unknown to him) twin Clint Mason/The Tioga Kid. After Jenny sees a wanted poster that makes her think Eddie is the Tioga Kid, Eddie has a hard time before bringing the gang to justice, aided by the change-of-heart Tioga Kid. Dean has more shirt changes than usual because of the dual role and stock footage from "Driftin' River."
The Strange Mrs. Crane (1948) as Special Effects
Stage to Mesa City (1948) as Special Effects
Lash and Fuzzy sent to help John Watson with his stage line arrive to find him murdered. Recognizing the outlaws they trail them to their leader Baxter. But before Baxter can tell who the big boss is he is shot. After getting the stage through to assure the mail contract, Lash now realizes who the boss is.
16 Fathoms Deep (1948) as Special Effects
Shed No Tears (1948) as Special Effects
Rocky (1948) as Special Effects
The Return of Wildfire (1948) as Special Effects
Money Madness (1948) as Special Effects
Last of the Wild Horses (1948) as Special Effects
Lady at Midnight (1948) as Special Effects
The Hawk of Powder River (1948) as Special Effects
Harpoon (1948) as Special Effects
Bungalow 13 (1948) as Special Effects
Blonde Ice (1948) as Special Effects
Belle Starr's Daughter (1948) as Special Effects
Frontier Revenge (1948) as Special Effects
The Feathered Serpent (1948) as Special Effects
Dead Man's Gold (1948) as Special Effects
Check Your Guns (1948) as Special Effects
Dean takes over as Sheriff of Red Gap and makes everyone check their guns at his office. But he is in trouble as Taggert's men continue their lawlessness and the crooked judge Hammond lets them go when they are caught.
Wild Country (1947) as Special Effects
Caxton has broken out of prison and Eddie has been sent to bring him in. Caxton is known by the polka dot band on his hat and Eddie has Soapy wear one like it. This gets Soapy arrested as soon as he rides into town but it leads Eddie to Varney and he realizes Varney will lead him to Caxton.
West to Glory (1947) as Special Effects
Vacation Days (1947) as Special Effects
Too Many Winners (1947) as Special Effects
Three on a Ticket (1947) as Special Effects
A private detective, who has been shot, stumbles into the office of Michael Shayne (Hugh Beaumont), and dies before Shayne can question him. Shayne finds a baggage ticket in his hand. He claims it and finds the checked-bag contains the loot from a robbery. Now, he has about fifty minutes left of the running time to find the crooks, bring them to justice and return the money to the rightful owners. And needs all of it.
Shadow Valley (1947) as Special Effects
Road to the Big House (1947) as Special Effects
Return of the Lash (1947) as Special eff
To fight Kirby and his gang, Tom Grant sends for Cheyenne Davis. To get money the ranchers need, Davis brings in wanted outlaws and sends Fuzzy to collect the rewards. But Fuzzy is waylaid on the return and loses his memory. Now neither Cheyenne or the outlaws know where the money is.
Range Beyond the Blue (1947) as Special Effects
Pioneer Justice (1947) as Special Effects
Judd and his gang are driving the ranchers away. When Lash and Fuzzy arrest them, the Sheriff lets them go. Lash expected this and he hopes to follow them to their leader, the person he is really after.
Where the North Begins (1947) as Special Effects
Trail of the Mounties (1947) as Special Effects
Blonde Savage (1947) as Special Effects
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.
Linda, Be Good (1947) as Special Effects
Lighthouse (1947) as Special Effects
Looks like the film that might have inspired Hugo Hass to make one like it twice a year in the early fifties. Connie (June Lang) is all smitten with lighthouse keeper Sam Wells (Don Castle), but he brushes her off and she ups and marries his fellow-lighthouse keeper Hank Armitage(John Litel) out of spite. All three live together in the close confines of the lighthouse and jealously and recrimination rise nearly as high inside as the pounding surf and howling winds outside. It also begins to look like an Edgar G. Ulmer film, if it wasn't so semi-rational. Sam is pleased with the situation that appears to him to promise action with no responsibilities. But Connie, in addition to rebuffing Sam's unwanted passes, is actually falling in love with ol' Hank. Trouble is brewing.
Law of the Lash (1947) as Special Effects
When Decker's gang holds up a stage, henchman Lefty takes a lady's rings. Later lefty accidentally exposes the rings buying ammunition and Cheyenne sees them. When Lefty tries to shoot Cheyenne he is captured. Now Cheyenne wants the rest of the gang and their leader.
Lady Chaser (1947) as Special Effects
Killer Dill (1947) as Special Effects
Hollywood Barn Dance (1947) as Special Effects
A country-western band tries to raise money to rebuild their small-town church.
The Hat-box Mystery (1947) as Special Effects
Ghost Town Renegades (1947) as Special Effects
Gas House Kids Go West (1947) as Special Effects
The Fighting Vigilantes (1947) as Special Effects
Cheyenne Takes Over (1947) as Special Effects
The Case of the Baby Sitter (1947) as Special Effects
The Burning Cross (1947) as Special Effects
Johnny (Hank Daniels), who is a returing veteran unable to adjust to his old life in his home town, succumbs to the pitch of a Ku Klux Klan organizer. It is only after he has worn the Klan sheet, and gone out on some raids, that he begins to realize what he has let himself in for; he is filled with horror and remorse when he sees the homes of neighbors burned, an old friend who defies the Klan killed, and his own wheel-chair father badly beaten. He meets with the State prosecutor, admits his own participation, and agrees to help bring down the Klan in his town.
Border Feud (1947) as Special Effects
Black Hills (1947) as Special Effects
When Hadley finds gold on his land, Kirby kills him and then goes after Hadley's ranch. After Eddie Dean foils Kirby's robbery attempt, Kirby forces the assistant land agent Tuttle to sell the ranch to him. But Eddie learns of the forgery thru Tuttle's boss and goes after Kirby.
Thunder Town (1946) as Special Effects
Terrors on Horseback (1946) as Special Effects
When Fuzzy's niece is killed in a stage holdup, Billy and Fuzzy go after the killers. They catch Tryon only to have him shot before he can talk. When Gordon confesses he is also killed. But Billy has a plan. He announces Gordon is alive and will shortly name the killer.
Stars Over Texas (1946) as Special Effects
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.
Queen of Burlesque (1946) as Special Effects
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.
Prairie Badmen (1946) as Special Effects
Overland Riders (1946) as Special Effects
Billy arrives to buy Barkley's cattle and gets involved in Landreau's scheme to get Barkley's ranch. When Landreau kills Barkley he takes the money Billy paid him. But Billy had been wounded earlier and blood got on the money. Billy suspects Landreau and needs to get into his safe and see his money.
Outlaws of the Plains (1946) as Special Effects
A gang of swindlers led by Nord Finner (Charles King) take advantage of simple-minded Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) by "advising" him through a "mysterious voice" which he believes is that of a deceased Indian chief. Fuzzy persuades his fellow townsmen to join him in buying worthless property, but Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) comes trotting onto the scene.
North of the Border (1946) as Special Effects
'Neath Canadian Skies (1946) as Special Effects
Murder Is My Business (1946) as Special Effects
The Mask of Diijon (1946) as Special Effects
Wild West (1946) as Special Effects
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.
Larceny in Her Heart (1946) as Special Effects
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.
Junior Prom (1946) as Special Effects
Swing, Cowboy, Swing (1946) as Special Effects
Gunsmoke (1946) as Special Effects
Rancher Marlowe (Nick Stuart) is shot in the back and killed by gunslinger Dirk Mattson (Craig Lawrence.) His son Brad (Nick Stuart), despite the pleas of his young sister Ginny (Larraine Jensen), sets out for revenge. He and Dirk have a shoot-out in Helldorado and Dirk is killed. Brad is wounded and is being pursued by a posse, and passes out in the desert where he is found by Carol Henderson (Carol Foran). She treats his wounds and rides for help to an outlaw camp where she and her father (Smokey Joe LaDue) are being held captive. She persuades two of the outlaws, Billy (Billy Jones) and Shorty (Robert Garden), to bring Brad to her cabin while he recovers. The camp is that of an outfit known as Duke's Raiders, a Nevada outlaw gang led by Duke Mattson (Craig Lawrence), twin brother of Dirk. After a fight, Duke, not knowing that Brad killed his brother, asks him to join the gang. Brad agrees so that he can work from the inside and put an end to the gang.
High School Hero (1946) as Special Effects
Her Sister's Secret (1946) as Special Effects
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.
Ghost of Hidden Valley (1946) as Special Effects
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.
Gentlemen with Guns (1946) as Special Effects
Gas House Kids (1946) as Special Effects
Freddie Steps Out (1946) as Special Effects
Driftin' River (1946) as Special Effects
Down Missouri Way (1946) as Special Effects
Devil Bat's Daughter (1946) as Special Effects
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.
Blonde for a Day (1946) as Special Effects
Behind the Mask (1946) as Special Effects
Lawyer-superhero Lamont Cranston is framed for the murder of a newspaper columnist.
Avalanche (1946) as Special Effects
Ambush Trail (1946) as Special Effects
Bolton, trying to get the ranchers to leave, has his outlaw gang ambush all incoming supply wagons. Curly Thompson, out to stop them, gets framed for murder and put in jail.
Accomplice (1946) as Special Effects
Private detective Simon Lash (Richard Arlen) and his assistant Eddie Slocum (Tom Dugan) are hired by Joyce Bonniwell (Veda Ann Borg) to find her missing husband Jim Bonniwell (Edward Earle.) They learn from Mr. Springer (Herbert Rawlinson), president of the bank where Bonniwell worked, that a woman named Evelyn Price (Marjorie Manners) is mixed up in the case. Following up on a call from Sheriff Rucker (Archie Twitchell as Michael Branden), Joyce and Simon go to Palmdale and Joyce identifies the body of a murdered man as her husband. Simon, following up the lead of the mysterious woman, goes to Mesa, New Mexico and finds the mystery woman to be Joyce and her husband very much alive.
Lightning Raiders (1946) as Special Effects
Don Ricardo Returns (1946) as Special Effects
Suspense (1946) as Special Effects
The new manager of an ice show plots to steal the owners business and his wife.
Tumbleweed Trail (1946) as Special Effects
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.
White Pongo (1945) as Special Effects
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.
Apology for Murder (1945) as Special Effects
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.
Arson Squad (1945) as Special Effects
Border Badmen (1945) as Special Effects
Fuzzy thinks he is the heir to a millionaire's fortune. When he and his friend Billy go to claim it, they encounter a swindler who wants the estate for himself.
Come Out Fighting (1945) as Special Effects
Dillinger (1945) as Special Effects
The legendary gunman plots a series of daring heists.
Docks of New York (1945) as Special Effects
Glimpy finds a necklace next to a dead body in an alley. His discovery leads to the gang getting mixed up in murder, intrigue involving a European royal family, and a killer who is after the necklace that Muggs has and will stop at nothing to get it.
Enemy of the Law (1945) as Special Effects
To get the money hidden by Gray before he was caught, the Rangers send Perkins to prison to become his friend. When the two get out, Perkins is unaware that Gray has printed the map to the loot on the bottom of his foot.
The Kid Sister (1945) as Special Effects
The Woman Who Came Back (1945) as Miniatures
The Lady Confesses (1945) as Special Effects
Marked for Murder (1945) as Special Effects
Rangers Dave and Panhandle arrive and are joined by Lawyer Tex to try and stop the range war between the ranchers and the sheep men. After they jail the ranchers for attacking the sheep men, they are lead away from town by a decoy as the real culprits head for town to kill the ranchers and blame the sheep men.
The Missing Corpse (1945) as Special Effects
Mr. Muggs Rides Again (1945) as Special Effects
After having been framed by gamblers, Muggs is barred from riding in horse races. Snce he can no longer race, he takes up a collection so Ma Brown, who owns the horses won't have her stable foreclosed on. However, one of the gamblers involved in the frame falls for Ma Brwn's daughter, and decides to come clean and confess to the police about the frame. The other gamblers hear about it and set out to shut him up and discredit Muggs and Ma Brown once and for all.
The Phantom of 42nd Street (1945) as Special Effects
An actor is killed during the performance of a play and critic Tony Woolrich (Dave O'Brien) undertakes to solve the crime. Claudia Moore (Kay Aldridge, in her last movie role), the girl he loves, is suspected, but when two more deaths occur, she is also threatened by the Phantom Killer. During a production of "Julius Caesar" the killer makes a final attempt.
Shadows of Death (1945) as Special Effects
The Shanghai Cobra (1945) as Special Photography Effects
Charlie Chan investigates a series of deaths by snake bite.
Stagecoach Outlaws (1945) as Special Effects
Kirby sends his henchmen to break killer Matt Brawley out of jail. But Brawley has already broken out and they return with Fuzzy instead. Realizing they think he's Brawley, Fuzzy plays the part. He and Bill plan to round up the gang but Fuzzy is in trouble when the real Brawley shows up to expose the hoax.
Sunbonnet Sue (1945) as Matte paintings and minatures
Strange Holiday (1945) as Mont eff
Businessman John Stevenson returns from a camping holiday in the mountains to discover the whole of America has been taken over by foreign invaders. His family has been taken away and he is thrown into prison and must come to terms with the new USA.
Mom and Dad (1945) as Special Effects
Because a high school girl's parents refuse to discuss sex education (called "personal hygiene" in the film) with her, she gets pregnant by her boyfriend, who conveniently dies. Her parents are blamed, and the local sex education teacher uses this opportunity to show a film showing the dangers (and results) of VD and the birth of a baby.
Youth Aflame (1945) as Special Effects
Samurai (1945) as Montage eff
A young Japanese-American orphan in California is taken in by a priest who is actually a Japanese secret agent and a samurai warrior. Due to the samurai's training, the boy murders his English teacher, kills the American parents who have adopted him, smuggles Japanese secret plans into the country, and eventually becomes the governor of California with plans to infiltrate Japanese spies into the state so they can take over.
Flaming Bullets (1945) as Special Effects
In the finale of the Texas Rangers series, Tex, Dave, and Panhandle are after the gang that break outlaws out of jail, kill them, and then collect the reward. Dave is the bait posing as his look alike, the wanted outlaw Steve Carson.
Gangster's Den (1945) as Special Effects
His Brother's Ghost (1945) as Special Effects
Thorne and his gang are wiping out the ranchers. When they get to the Jones ranch they wound Andy. When he dies Billy Carson has his brother Fuzzy become Andy's ghost. They then set out to bring in the gang.
Frontier Fugitives (1945) as Special Effects
Ellen Williams father has a valuable collection of furs and an outlaw gang is after them. Before he is killed, Williams hides a note revealing their location. The Texas Rangers are on the job and to get more information, they have Panhandle pose as an Indian chief.
Three in the Saddle (1945) as Special Effects
Rankin and Manning and their outlaw gang are after Barlow's Tin Cup Ranch. Rangers Wyatt and Perkins arrive to help legally but Haines wants to take the law into his own hands.
The Great Mike (1944) as Special Effects
Bowery Champs (1944) as Special Effects
Copy boys Muggs and Glimpy investigate a murder. They locate the ex-wife of the murdered man and become convinced she is innocent. They hide her from the police while they investigate.
The Whispering Skull (1944) as Special Effects
In this western who-dun-it, a mysterious rider known as the Whispering Skull commits murder and then rides away on a horse that makes no noise. The Sheriff says he knows who the Skull is and heads out to arrest him only to be shot in the back. Ore samples that contain diamonds appear to be involved. There are many suspects who could be the Skull but his identity is not revealed until the final scene.
Oath of Vengeance (1944) as Special Effects
Fuzzy opens a store only to find that everyone buys on credit. The absence of cash is due to the range war between the cattlemen and the farmers started by Kinney. The Sheriff being worthless, Billy is quickly drawn into the conflict.
The Negro Soldier (1944) as Special Effects
Rogues Gallery (1944) as Special Effects
Voice in the Wind (1944) as Miniatures and spec photog eff
After being tortured by the Nazis, a concert pianist fights to recover his memory.
Valley of Vengeance (1944) as Special Effects
Billy Carson arrives in King City looking for two men and kills them both. Caught by the Marshal he tells his story. When he and Fuzzy were boys, their wagon train was attacked and their parents killed. Years later the recently reunited boyhood friends get a clue as to their parents murderers and head to King City.
Three of a Kind (1944) as Special Effects
Swing Hostess (1944) as Special Effects
A girl who is having a hard time finding a job gets involved with a record mix up and falls in love with a handsome band leader.
Wild Horse Phantom (1944) as Special Effects
Billy Carson gets the Governor to let Daggett and his gang escape from prison in hopes that they will lead him to the money they got when they robbed the bank. Billy and Fuzzy trail the gang to an old mine, but it looks like Billy's plan will fail when Daggett is unable to remember where he hid the money.
I Accuse My Parents (1944) as Special Effects
Ignored by his alcoholic parents, Jimmy Wilson starts hanging around with some shady characters. After falling in love with a lounge singer, Jimmy tries to impress her by doing jobs for her shady boss. After one of these jobs goes bad, Jimmy ends up on the run. Eventually, he must confront the truth, his past, and his parents.
Johnny Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1944) as Special Effects
A young woman sublets a Marine's apartment not knowing he's handed out keys to several of his friends.
Delinquent Daughters (1944) as Special Effects
Two teenage girls find trouble when they fall in with the wrong crowd.
Career Girl (1944) as Special Effects
Joan Terry, from a Mid-Western smalltown, comes to New York to get a job on the stage. But until she finds an opportunity, she stays at a boarding house where other talent is also waiting. To get a better chance, the people there decide to build a talent pool, where the person with the most chances for a job gets the full support, trying to get jobs for the others there too - and Joan is chosen to do that. But this is not so easy when her fiance is trying to keep her away from the stage...
Gangsters of the Frontier (1944) as Special Effects
Tex put the Kern gang away once but they have returned with reinforcements and have take over the town of Red Rock capturing the townsmen and forcing them to work for them in the gold mines. Dave and Tex then organize the ranchers into the Territorial Rangers. After blowing up the mines to keep the gang from getting the gold, they are ready for the showdown between the two sides.
Fuzzy Settles Down (1944) as Special Effects
Wishing to settle down, Fuzzy uses his reward money to buy a newspaper. He then raises money for the new telegraph line. When it is stolen, Barlowe incites the towns people to hang him. But his pal Billy Carson is at work to clear him.
Harmony Trail (1944) as Special Effects
Sent to investigate a payroll robbery, Marshall Rocky meets his old friends Ken, Eddie, and Max. He has the serial numbers and when Pop puts on his medicine show they get one of the bills. This enables Ken to see through Sorrell's scheme that threw the blame on an innocent rancher and he sets out to prove it.
Crazy Knights (1944) as Special Effects
Return of the Ape Man (1944) as Special Effects
While on an Arctic expedition, two scientists find the frozen body of a prehistoric caveman. They bring him home to their laboratory, but decide that in order to fully utilize (and control) him, they must transplant a more developed brain into the caveman.
Rustlers' Hideout (1944) as Special Effects
Bringing a herd of cattle to Dave Crockett, Billy halts before going through the pass where many herds have been rustled. He is right as there are two men after Crockett's ranch and packing plant which will be theirs if Crockett fails to pay off his note. When their attempt to get Crockett's son in financial trouble is broken up by Billy and their men fail to rustle the herd, they then poison the water hole.
Seven Doors to Death (1944) as Special Effects
A shot rings out in a darkened apartment; a woman screams and flees, tricking architect Jimmy McMillan into giving her a ride. McMillan returns and finds a body; but the police find a different body! He and the woman in question (Mary Rawlins, niece of the late owner), both suspects, become allies; among light romantic banter they hunt the real killer behind the seven doors of a blind alley, housing eccentric suspects and a dark, intricate, spooky cellar...
Shadow of Suspicion (1944) as Special Effects
Private investigators infiltrate a jewelry store to guard a priceless emerald bracelet.
Sweethearts of the U.S.A. (1944) as Special Effects
When she's knocked out accidentally, a defense plant worker dreams she's a famous detective.
Mystery in Swing (1940) as Special Effects
A newspaper reporter tries to solve a jazz musician''s murder.
It's All in Your Mind (1938) as Special Effects
Tarzan and the Green Goddess (1938) as Special Effects
Tarzan recounts his recent adventures in Guatemala.
Three Legionnaires (1937) as Special Effects
What Becomes of the Children? (1936) as Special Effects
Three Wise Monks (1936) as Titles
The Drag-Net (1936) as Special Effects
Timber Terrors (1935) as Special Effects
The Way of the West (1934) as Special Effects
Frontier Days (1934) as Special Effects
Henry Jethrow is after the Wilson ranch. He has George Wilson unknowningly sign a note for the ranch, has him killed, and then presents the note. The Pinto Kid, investigating cattle rustlers, accidentally drops his glove at the murder scene and now has a price on his head. He has Beth Wilson turn him and use the reward money to reclaim the note. Now he has to escape jail and find the real killers.

Art Department (feature film)

The Wrath of God (1972) as Prop Master
A bootlegger and a defrocked priest join forces during a bloody Central American revolution.
JW Coop (1972) as Prop Master
A professional rodeo rider tries to pick up the pieces after eight years in prison.

Sound (feature film)

Tarzan and the Green Goddess (1938) as Sd eff
Tarzan recounts his recent adventures in Guatemala.
The New Adventures of Tarzan (1935) as Sd eff
Tarzan goes to Guatemala to find his lost friend and help discover hidden treasure.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Shock Corridor (1963) as Titles
A reporter fakes insanity to crack a murder committed in an asylum.
Panic in Year Zero! (1962) as Opticals & titles
A vacationing family tries to survive the aftermath of nuclear war.
September Storm (1960) as Optical research

Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)

Sunset Park (1996) as Property Master
The boys from Sunset Park High are gifted young basketball players with a dream of being the best... not of getting bossed around by the new--and female--coach. But Phyllis Saroka has other ideas. With no previous experience, the one thing Phyllis does know is that to be the best, the Sunset Park varsity basketball players will first have to learn teamwork. While Phyllis makes a connection with the team's star athlete Shorty and the energetic but misdirected Busy-Bee, she has a long way to go with the others--solitary, distrustful Butter; Spaceman, who tempers his emotions with drugs; Drano, who rejects Phyllis simply because everyone else does; angry and aggressive Andre; and Kurt, whose lack of motivation infects his whole life, including his game. By believing in this talented group of mixed-up kids, Phyllis helps take them to the city championships. In the process, coach and teammates alike manage to find their own particular talents, as well as their own ability to believe in themselves.
Guarding Tess (1994) as Property Master
An obsessive man is hired to guard a cantankerous former First Lady.
Wagons East! (1994) as Property Master
A jaded bunch of Old West pioneers hire an unlucky wagonmaster to get them back east, and he runs them straight into Indian territory.
Stephen King's Sleepwalkers (1992) as Property Master
A supernatural mother and son come to a small town to seek out virgin victims.
Alien 3 (1992) as Property Master (Los Angeles Unit)
Ripley lands on a prison planet, where an alien begins to terrorize the convicts and impregnates Ripley.
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) as Property Master (American Zoetrope Unit)
Based on the Victorian horror novel written by Bram Stoker in 1897, about the vampire Dracula, who is on a quest to be eternally reunited with the one woman he ever loved. Dracula travels from Transylvania to London to find the young woman who is the double image of the love he lost centuries earlier.
Crazy People (1990) as Property Master
A burned out New York advertising executive enters a sanitarium, falls in love and puts together a creative team made up of patients.
Avalon (1990) as Property Master
A Polish-Jewish family try to make a better future for themselves in the United States.
Mosquito Coast, The (1986) as Property Master
Allie Fox and his wife take their family to Central America to build a paradise that doesn't take.
Slugger's Wife, The (1985)
When baseball player Darryl Palmer falls in love with a singer named Debby, he repeatedly asks her out and each time he fails to get a date, his performance in his next game suffers. Eventually, Darryl and Debby do become a couple, his average goes up, and they get married. But Debby finds herself b
Swing Shift (1984) as Props
During World War II, a women has an affair with a co-worker and must deal with the after war repercussions.
The Paper Chase (1973)
A law student discovers that his girlfriend is the daughter of his toughest professor.
Cinderella Liberty (1973)
A lonely Navy sailor falls in love with a hooker and becomes a surrogate father figure for her son during an extended liberty due to his service records being lost.

Post Production (feature film)

Fear, Anxiety, and Depression (1989) as Titles And Opticals
A satirical look at life among artists in New York's Lower East Side.

Cast (special)

Night of 100 Stars III (1990)
A celebrity benefit for The Actors' Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dance and comedy. Features nearly 175 stars of stage, screen, sports, and fashion.
1988 Summer Olympic Games (1988) as Boxing Gold Medalist (201 Pounds) (201 Pounds) (Usa)
Nineteen-day, 179-and-a-half-hour coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympic Games from Seoul, Korea.

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