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Jack Overman

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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Jet Pilot (1957) as Sergeant
An Air Force colonel in charge of an Alaskan base has his hands full when he falls in love with a defecting Russian pilot.
2.
Cargo to Capetown (1950) as Tough sailor
A sailor and his captain fight over a beautiful girl.
3.
Johnny One-Eye (1950) as Lippy
Big-time racketeer Martin Martin (Pat O'Brien), on the eve of his projected move into New York politics, barely escapes the District Attorney's men who attempt to arrest him for a murder committed five-years earlier by Martin and his former partner Dane Cory (Wayne Morris.) Martin, who knows that Cory has copped a plea with the D.A. to save himself, arranges a meeting. At the meeting, Cory's henchman, Cute Freddie (Harry Bronson), shoots Martin and the latter kills Freddie. Cory hides in the Greenwich Village apartment of his girl friend, burlesque queen Lily White (Dolores Moran.) With them is Lily's six-year-old daughter, Elsie (Gayle Reed), and her dog Skipper. Martin trails Cory, but weakened by his bullet wound, is forced to seek refuge in an abandoned building next to Lily's. Bad-to-the-bone Cory kicks Skipper and the dog finds shelter with Martin, where Elsie finds them sleeping. Martin is charmed by Elsie and the dog, whom he names Johnny One-Eye, and takes the animal to a vet (Donald Woods) who can't help the dog but does take the bullet slug out of Martin. Barely eluding capture, Martin returns to the building where Elsie tells him she is Lily's daughter, and that Cory is hiding in their house. Later Cory follows Elsie to where Martin is hiding. She is caught in the line of fire and, to save her, Martin exposes himself for a fatal wound from Cory but not before he kills Cory. His last words to a policeman are: "Buy Elsie another dog, and make sure he has two good eyes."
4.
The Good Humor Man (1950) as Stoker
A good-hearted ice cream man's efforts to help a young woman turn him into a murder suspect.
5.
Force of Evil (1949) as Juice
A crooked lawyer tries to protect his numbers running brother from a ruthless crime boss.
6.
Yes Sir, That's My Baby (1949) as Ernie Schultze
7.
Chicago Deadline (1949) as Lou Horan
On Chicago's South Side reporter Ed Ames finds the body of a dead girl. Her address book leads to a host of names of men frightened by her death but claiming never to have known her. Ames comes to know quite a lot, dangerously so.
8.
Bride for Sale (1949) as Bouncer
9.
That Wonderful Urge (1949) as Truck driver
An heiress gets back at the reporter who pretended to romance her to get a story.
10.
Once More, My Darling (1949) as Grip
Movie star Collier Laing is recalled to active duty with the Army Criminal Investigation Division. His mission: to sweep debutante Marita Connell off her feet and flush out her former boyfriend, who's sent her jewels stolen in occupied Germany. Soon it's a question of who's sweeping whom; Miss Connell's nickname is "Killer." But when she wants to elope, Laing begins to have qualms.
11.
The Crooked Way (1949) as
A war hero's amnesia keeps him from dealing with his criminal past.
12.
Flaxy Martin (1949) as Caesar
Messing with a mobster's girlfriend gets a lawyer framed for murder.
13.
Prison Warden (1949) as Henly
14.
The Lone Wolf and His Lady (1949) as Bill Slovak
A reformed thief tracks a stolen jewel to clear his name.
15.
Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad (1948) as Truck driver
Joe Palooka goes blind during a fight. An operation restores his vision, but he's told not to fight for a year. His trainer Knobby has picked up another fighter, but gangsters are pressing him to fix fights. Joe decides to risk his eyesight to save Knobby's honor.
16.
17.
The Noose Hangs High (1948) as Joe
Two nitwits working for a crooked bookie accidentally lose the boss's winnings.
18.
The Mating of Millie (1948) as Cab driver
A businesswoman who wants to adopt a child must find a husband.
19.
Assigned to Danger (1948) as Biggie Kritz
A gang of bank robbers is pursued by an insurance investigator.
20.
T-Men (1948) as Brownie
U.S. agents infiltrate a deadly counterfeiting ring.
21.
Swell Guy (1947) as Gus
22.
Unconquered (1947) as Ramparts soldier
An English convict girl sent to the colonies gets mixed up in the war with the Indians.
23.
Fall Guy (1947) as Mike
Tom Cochrane, full of dope (cocaine) and covered with blood, is picked up by the police and then questioned by detectives Shannon (Douglas Fowley) and Taylor (Harry Strang), but manages to escape. His girl friend Lois Walter (Teala Loring), against the wishes of her guardian, Jim Grosset (Charles Arnt), assists Tom and his police-officer brother-in-law Mac (Robert Armstrong) in trying to clear Tom of a possible murder charge. Tom only recalls meeting a man in a bar and going to a party. Tom and Mac find the man, Joe (Elisha Cook Jr.), who takes them to the party scene, the apartment of the Shindells (John Harmon and Iris Adrian), where they find the body of a murdered girl in the apartment above. The police pick up Mac, while Tom trails Marie (Virginia Dale) and Mike (Jack Overman). Joe is murdered for leading Tom to the scene of the crime, and Marie, who had been hired by the killer to get Tom at the apartment when the crime was committed, is choked to death. Tom, following the killer of Marie, is almost trapped and killed himself, but is saved by Mike.
24.
Brute Force (1947) as Kid Coy
Tough, disgruntled prisoners plan a daring, possibly bloody escape while on a drain pipe detail.
25.
The Brasher Doubloon (1947) as Manager
Philip Marlowe (George Montgomery) gets involved when limp-wristed and snidley Leslie Murdock (Conrad Janis) steals a rare doubloon from his mother (Florence Bates) to give to a newsreel photographer in exchange for film that is being used for blackmail purposes. Marlowe's involvement has him encounter a girl who goes into hysterics when touched by a man; a husband-killing woman; three corpses; a couple of scuffles in which he gets his clock cleaned; a secretary who thinks she has killed her boss, which is the reason Raymond Chandler called his story "The High Window", and a son (who qualifies as a S.O.B. by two definitions) who blackmails his widowed mother. So, what's not to like.
26.
The Mighty McGurk (1947) as Bucktooth man
A punch-drunk prizefighter living on the Bowery takes in an orphaned boy.
27.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947) as Vincent
An accountant dreams of being a hero but finds it's not so easy in real life.
28.
Variety Girl (1947) as Abdul
Dozens of star and character-actor cameos and a message about the Variety Club (show-business charity) are woven into a framework about two hopeful young ladies who come to Hollywood, exchange identities, and cause comic confusion (with slapstick interludes) throughout the Paramount studio.
29.
Shadowed (1946) as
Fred J. Johnson (Lloyd Corrigan) scores a hole-in-one but his next drive, using the lucky, initialed golf ball, soars out of bounds and lands near a spot where some counterfeiters are burying a murder victim. Then begins a series of events in which he is hounded and threatened by the killers. The consequences of his not reporting what he saw to the police lead to a climax in which is daughter is held hostage by the crooks.
30.
Our Hearts Were Growing Up (1946) as "Face" at Maxie's speakeasy
Cornelia and Emily, at college in the early 1920s, have triangle trouble with their beaus. Their affairs become entangled with those of a chance-met, kindly bootlegger. Much of the humor derives from pre-Roaring Twenties naivity.
31.
Faithful in My Fashion (1946) as 2nd Barfly
A sailor on leave causes problems at the department store his girlfriend manages.
32.
The Runaround (1946) as Cusack
Maverick private eyes Kildane and Quayle leave a large agency to work on their own. Their first assignment (pirated from the old firm): retrieve eloping heiress Penelope Hampton...in competition with their former boss Prentiss. Kildane finds Penelope with surprising ease and keeps her one jump ahead of Prentiss with assorted difficulties, but can he avoid a romantic complication with his lovely charge?
33.
The Dark Horse (1946) as Ambulance attendant
34.
A Night in Paradise (1946) as
Aesop takes a break from spinning fables to help a king and fall in love.
35.
The Missing Lady (1946) as Ox Welsh
Lawyer-superhero Lamont Cranston searches for a stolen statue that could solve an art dealer's murder.
36.
Johnny Angel (1945) as Biggsy
A sailor sets out to solve his father's murder.
37.
I'll Tell the World (1945) as Butch King
38.
The Naughty Nineties (1945) as Guard
In the gay '90s, cardsharps take over a Mississippi riverboat from a kindly captain. Their first act is to change the showboat into a floating gambling house. A ham actor and his bumbling sidekick try to devise a way to help the captain regain ownership of the vessel.
39.
Frontier Gal (1945) as Buffalo
40.
G. I. Honeymoon (1945) as Sgt. Harrigan
41.
The Jungle Captive (1945) as Detective
Once again Paula ape woman (Vicky Lane) is brought back to life, this time by a mad doctor (Otto Kruger) and his disfigured assistant (Rondo Hatton), who also kidnaps a nurse in order to have a female blood donor. By this time, Paula's been brain damaged by experiences in the last film, so there's not much for her to do except wander around.
42.
Rough, Tough and Ready (1945) as Cyril Smythe
Brad Crowder (Chester Morris) is co-owner in the Crowder Salvage Company with Jo Matheson (Jean Rogers), who inherited her father's share of the business. She is in love with Brad, while he thinks of her as a brat in overalls. Brad is a wolf after all the girls, especially those of his best friend Owen McCarey (Victor McLaglen.) When the war begins, Brad offers his salvage equipment and men to the Navy, provided he gets an officer's commission. The Navy isn't interested but the Army is, minus the commission, and send Brad and his men to training school for thirteen weeks. Brad has a dinner date with Jo, but breaks it when Owen bets him he can't take his latest girl, Kitty Duval (Amelita Ward.) Kitty phones while Owen is taking a shower, and Brad tells he Owen is still working but he will pick her up. By the time Owen catches up, Kitty is showing a decided preference for Brad, and Owen consoles himself with Lorine Gray (Veda Ann Borg), a Brooklyn girl pretending to be an innocent little gal from the South who wants a home and a husband. Brad returns from training to find that Jo has joined the WAC abd that Owen is about to marry Lorine. Brad, seeing that Owen is really in love, has no intention of breaking up the romance. Kitty can't make a date with Brad and sends Lorine to explain. Lorine falls for Brad and jilts Owen. Presuming that Brad has deliberately taken her, they fight and both men are badly mauled. Before the breach between them can be mended, bot are ordered overseas. Unless one has missed the other 123 versions of this plot, the only question remaining is which man will save the other's life at the risk of his own?
43.
Honeymoon Ahead (1945) as Knuckles
44.
Nevada (1944) as Red Berry
Just as Nevada wins $7000 in yellowback bills, Ben Ide takes his #7000 in yellowbacks and heads out to buy mining equipment. Burridge has his man Powell kill Ide and retrieve the money and Nevada finds Ide just as the posse arrives. Found with the money Nevada is arrested and Burridge now gets Powell to incite the local citizens to lynch Nevada.

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