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Birth Place: Profession: Art Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Secret Beyond the Door (1948) as Production Design
A new bride becomes obsessed with the one room her husband keeps locked.
2.
Deep Valley (1947) as Art Director
A farmer's daughter helps an escaped convict.
3.
Of Human Bondage (1946) as Supv art dir
A medical student risks his future when he falls for a low-class waitress.
4.
Cloak and Dagger (1946) as Art Director
Near the end of World War II, the Allies must find out how much the Axis knows about building atomic bombs. The OSS recruits a physicist, Alvah Jesper, to reach his former colleague, Katerin Lodor, now in Switzerland, and bring her out for debriefing. He reaches her, but a German agent is quickly onto him, and Lodor dies. Jesper must now get into Italy, go underground with the help of Gina, a resistance leader, and convince Polda, a physicist there, to leave with him. Polda won't go until his daughter is rescued from German detention. As Jesper's pal Pinky works on rescuing Polda's daughter and as time for escape runs down, Jesper and Gina fall in love.
5.
Nobody Lives Forever (1946) as Supv art dir
A con artist falls for the rich widow he's trying to fleece.
6.
Three Strangers (1946) as Supv art dir
Three people who share a sweepstakes ticket travel a tangled road to collect their winnings.
7.
The Big Sleep (1946) as Supv art dir
Private eye Philip Marlowe investigates a society girl's involvement in the murder of a pornographer.
8.
Here Come the Co-Eds (1945) as Supv art dir
9.
Pride of the Marines (1945) as Supv art dir
A blinded Marine tries to adjust to civilian life.
10.
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) as Art Director
A young man about to be married discovers the two aunts who raised him have been poisoning lonely old men.
11.
Confessions of a Vice Baron (1943) as Art Director
12.
Princess O'Rourke (1943) as Art Director
A flying ace's romance with a princess creates diplomatic problems.
13.
The Hard Way (1943) as Art Director
An ambitious woman doesn't care who she hurts in her drive to make her sister a star.
14.
Wings for the Eagle (1942) as Art Director
Dedicated aircraft workers compete for the same girl.
15.
All Through the Night (1942) as Art Director
A criminal gang turns patriotic to track down a Nazi spy ring.
16.
George Washington Slept Here (1942) as Art Director
A pair of New Yorkers face culture shock when they buy a dilapidated country house.
17.
Manpower (1941) as Art Director
Power linemen feud over the love of a sultry nightclub singer.
18.
Thieves Fall Out (1941) as Art Director
A young man tries to rescue his grandmother from kidnappers.
19.
Blues in the Night (1941) as Art Director
The members of a traveling jazz band try to keep their leader from drinking himself to death.
20.
Footsteps in the Dark (1941) as Art Director
An aspiring mystery writer stumbles on to a real murder.
21.
Honeymoon for Three (1941) as Art Director
A novelist pretends to be married to hold his fans at bay.
22.
My Love Came Back (1940) as Art Director
A millionaire helps a pretty lady violinist with her career.
23.
Lady with Red Hair (1940) as Art Director
An actress hopes to regain her lost son by making it to the top.
24.
Brother Orchid (1940) as Art Director
After a failed hit, a mob chief recuperates in a monastery.
25.
It All Came True (1940) as Art Director
A gangster hides out in a boardinghouse full of eccentrics.
26.
Naughty but Nice (1939) as Art Director
A college professor turns songwriter and falls for his lyricist.
27.
Torchy Runs for Mayor (1939) as Art Director
After digging up the dirt on local politicians, a newswoman decides to run for office.
28.
Each Dawn I Die (1939) as Art Director
A crusading reporter becomes a hardened convict when he's framed.
29.
The Adventures of Jane Arden (1939) as Art Director
A reporter poses as a jewel smuggler to unmask a criminal gang.
30.
Invisible Stripes (1939) as Art Director
On his release from prison, a crook tries to stop his brother from following in his footsteps.
31.
Devil's Island (1939) as Art Director
A surgeon unjustly sent to Devil's Island fights to survive harsh treatment.
32.
The Roaring Twenties (1939) as Art Director
Three WWI Army buddies get mixed up with the mob in peacetime.
33.
Women Are Like That (1938) as Art Director
Years after their break-up, a couple finds each other all over again.
34.
Four's a Crowd (1938) as Art Director
A publicist falls for his most difficult client's daughter.
35.
A Slight Case of Murder (1938) as Art Director
A gangster finds the straight life ain't so simple.
36.
The Kid Comes Back (1938) as Art Director
A ring veteran turns a Texas tenderfoot into a winning fighter.
37.
My Bill (1938) as Art Director
An impoverished widow fights scandal for the sake of her four children.
38.
Men Are Such Fools (1938) as Art Director
An ambitious secretary uses the men in her life to turn herself into a radio star.
39.
Brother Rat (1938) as Art Director
A military cadet and his friends try to keep his marriage a secret.
40.
Torchy Blane, the Adventurous Blonde (1937) as Art Director
Reporter Torchy Blane walks out on her own wedding to solve the case of a murdered actor.
41.
First Lady (1937) as Art Director
A U.S. president's granddaughter fights a femme fatale to groom her husband for the White House.
42.
Green Light (1937) as Art Director
An idealistic doctor sacrifices his career to protect an elderly surgeon.
43.
Love Is on the Air (1937) as Art Director
A crusading radio reporter takes on civic corruption.
44.
Sh! The Octopus (1937) as Art Director
Daffy detectives fight off a giant octopus in a haunted lighthouse.
45.
Marked Woman (1937) as Art Director
A crusading DA fights to get a nightclub hostess to testify against her gangster boss.
46.
West of Shanghai (1937) as Art Director
A Chinese warlord holds three fugitives prisoner.
47.
Over the Goal (1937) as Art Director
A college football star risks his health to play in the big game.
48.
The Singing Marine (1937) as Art Director
A young Marine develops an inflated ego after winning a talent contest.
49.
Marry the Girl (1937) as Art Director
Brother-and-sister news tycoons try to save their niece from marrying the wrong man.
50.
Mountain Justice (1937) as Art Director
A young lawyer defends a hillbilly girl who killed her father in self defense.
51.
That Certain Woman (1937) as Art Director
A gangster's widow fights for love despite society's disapproval.
52.
Gold Diggers of 1937 (1936) as Art Director
A group of insurance salesmen try to get into show business.
53.
Sons O' Guns (1936) as Art Director
A song-and-dance man gets caught up in war and espionage.
54.
Satan Met a Lady (1936) as Art Director
In the second screen version of The Maltese Falcon, a detective is caught between a lying seductress and a lady jewel thief.
55.
Give Me Your Heart (1936) as Art Director
A socialite has to give up the baby she bore to a married man.
56.
Colleen (1936) as Art Director
An eccentric millionaire hires a gold digger to run his business.
57.
China Clipper (1936) as Art Director
A flyer sacrifices everything to open a transpacific airline.
58.
The Gay Deception (1935) as Art Director
Mirabel wins a $5,000 lottery which will enable her to live like a queen in New York. There she meets Sandro, a bellboy who is really a prince, so she does get to be a queen after all.
59.
Here's to Romance (1935) as Art Director
60.
Redheads on Parade (1935) as Art Director
61.
Grand Canary (1934) as Settings
62.
I Am Suzanne! (1934) as Settings
Tony Malatini, a puppeteer, at Paris' Theatre des Marionettes notices that his audience consists of only 7 people. He visits his successful competitor on the corner to see why people are drawn to it. After seeing Suzanne, the competitors popular dancer, Tony is mesmerized by her. He goes backstage to see her and asks her if he can make a puppet of her to use in his show. Over-hearing this, the Baron, Suzanne's controlling manager, castigates Suzanne threatening to set her free. Suzanne terrified of being on her own, begs the Baron to marry her and not to leave her. Tony comes during one of Suzanne's performances and begs her not to marry the Baron. Upset, Suzanne falls into the orchestra pit and injures herself to the extent that she won't dance again. Baron leaves Suzanne, but Tony with a doctor's help puts her through a vigorous exercise program. Tony also shows her how to be a puppeteer. Tony confesses to Suzanne that his true friends are his puppets. He picks up the puppet of Suzanne and tells her that he is in love with this puppet. Suzanne not realizing that he means her becomes confused. Together they put on a successful celebrity puppet show. During a celebration party, Tony decides he will propose marriage to her uniquely. He picks up the puppet of her and asks it to marry him. Suzanne becomes jealous and confused...
63.
All Men Are Enemies (1934) as Settings
64.
She Was a Lady (1934) as Settings
65.
The White Parade (1934) as Art Director
The title represents the hopeful, ambitious students at a hospital training school and is primarily a story of the stern discipline and laborious physical and mental toil they endure in order to become nurses and join the White Parade. It is told mainly through the character of June Arden (Loretta Young)who finds romance with Ronald Hall III (John Boles)on the way, with side stories of the other girls who find failure, success, laughs and tears on the way. The forerunner of umpteen dozens of TV series over the past 40 years.
66.
Springtime for Henry (1934) as Settings
67.
Helldorado (1934) as Art Director
68.
Humanity (1933) as Art Director
69.
The Worst Woman in Paris? (1933) as Settings
70.
The Power and the Glory (1933) as Settings
A man rises to run a railroad company at the cost of his family ties.
71.
Hold Me Tight (1933) as Art Director
72.
Dangerously Yours (1933) as Art Director
73.
The Warrior's Husband (1933) as Art Director
74.
The Devil's in Love (1933) as Settings
75.
Chandu the Magician (1932) as Art Director
A hypnotist fights to stop a madman from destroying the world.
76.
Call Her Savage (1932) as Art Director
A Texas gal storms her way through life, brawling and boozing until her luck runs out, forcing her to learn the errors of her ways.
77.
Too Busy to Work (1932) as Art Director
A hobo searches the countryside for the daughter he lost when his wife left him.
78.
Bachelor's Affairs (1932) as Art Director
79.
The Public Enemy (1931) as Art Director
An Irish-American street punk tries to make it big in the world of organized crime.
80.
Night Nurse (1931) as Art Director
A nurse discovers that the children she''s caring for are murder targets.
81.
Gold Dust Gertie (1931) as Art Director
Business partners try to hide their gold-digging ex-wife from their current spouses.
82.
The Hawk's Nest (1928) as Art Director
83.
The Yellow Lily (1928) as Art Director
84.
Turkish Delight (1927) as Art Director
85.
Red Dice (1926) as Art Director
86.
Risky Business (1926) as Art Director
87.
Eve's Leaves (1926) as Art Director
88.
The Clinging Vine (1926) as Sett
A paint company teeters when the secretary who runs the show decides to get married.
89.
Made for Love (1926) as Art Director
90.
Bachelor Brides (1926) as Art Director
91.
Gigolo (1926) as Art Director
92.
Sunny Side Up (1926) as Art Director
93.
The Volga Boatman (1926) as Art Director
94.
Her Man o' War (1926) as Art Director
95.
Silence (1926) as Art Director
96.
For Alimony Only (1926) as Art Director
97.
The Road to Yesterday (1925) as Art Director
Malena's apparent frigidity toward her husband Kenneth is a result of injustice done in an earlier incarnation when he was a knight and she was a gypsy headed for burning at the stake. This becomes evident when their unconscious minds travel back from a train wreck in the American plains to Elizabethan England.
98.
Pollyanna (1920) as Art Director
When Pollyanna is orphaned, she is sent to live with her crotchety Aunt Polly. Pollyanna discovers that many of the people in her aunt's New England home town are as ill-tempered as her aunt. But Pollyanna's incurable optimism - exemplified by her "glad game," in which she looks for the bright side of every situation - bring a change to the staid old community.
99.
Suds (1920) as Art Director
A London laundry girl tries to rise above her station in order to capture the love of a wealthy young man, and thus misses out on the truer love of one of her own class.
100.
The Hoodlum (1919) as Art Director
A spoiled rich girl fights for her life when she's trapped in the slums.
101.
His Majesty, the American (1919) as Art Director
102.
Heart O' the Hills (1919) as Art Director
103.
The City of Dim Faces (1918) as Art Director
104.
The Call of the East (1917) as Art Director
105.
The Victoria Cross (1916) as Art Director

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