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Birth Place: Profession: Editing ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Producer (feature film)

1.
Mr. Walkie Talkie (1952) as Associate Producer
2.
Venture of Faith (1951) as Associate Producer
3.
The Pilgrimage Play (1949) as Associate Producer
4.
The Sickle or the Cross (1949) as Associate Producer
5.
Youth for the Kingdom (1945) as Associate Producer
6.
Devil Bat (1940) as Associate Producer
A mad scientist trains killer bats to respond to a special scent.

Editing (feature film)

7.
Broadway Big Shot (1942) as Film Editor
8.
Duke of the Navy (1942) as Film Editor
9.
Desperate Cargo (1941) as Film Editor
10.
The Miracle Kid (1941) as Film Editor
11.
Federal Fugitives (1941) as Editing
12.
Gambling Daughters (1941) as Film Editor
13.
South of Panama (1941) as Editing
Jan Martin, sister of government chemist Paul Martin, realizes she is being followed by enemy agents after her brother. She ignores him at the Panama airport and embraces a stranger, Mile Lawrence, instead. Enemy agents Lake and Wilton are convinced that Mike is her brother and attempt to trap the pair. They get away but Jan disappears. Disguised with a black wig and new makeup, Jan becomes Dolores and gets a job singing at a cafe. Spotting Jan without her disguise, Mike follows her down an alley where they are trapped by Raynor, another espionage agent. They get away and Jan also gets away from Mike. Later, both Mike and Jan are captured and the agents realize that Mike is not the brother they are after. Paul is also brought to the hideout, but Mike gets the drop on them.
14.
Murder on the Yukon (1940) as Film Editor
15.
The Singing Cowgirl (1939) as Film Editor
16.
Ride 'Em Cowgirl (1939) as Film Editor
Sandy Doyle (Harrington Reynolds), gambler and political chief of a small border town, seeks to gain control of the Bar-X Ranch, owned by Rufe Rickson (Joseph Girard), to further some undercover activities of his own. He counts on Rickson's inability to stay away from gambling as the means to his ultimate success. Government investigator Oliver Shea (Milton Frome) and his assistant, Dan Haggerty (Vince Barnett), start a fight in Doyle's place when they see Rickson being cheated and are invited to the Bar-X where Oliver and Helen Rickson (Dorothy Page), Rufe's daughter, discover interest in each other and Dan finds himself pursued by Bell (Lynn Mayberry), the ranch cook. Sheriff Larson (Frank Ellis) brings the prize money for the $5,000 race of the Rodeo Association, and that night it is stolen from her safe. The next day, Doyle says it was paid to him by Rickson for a gambling debt. Realizing that she must be free in order to prove her father's innocence, and that now her horse, Snowy, must win the race, Helen confesses to the theft and makes good her escape. Her sleuthing establishes that Doyle has been engaged in ore-smuggling activities, and his intent to gain the Bar-X is because the ranch offers a perfect crossing place for his gang, who salt the smuggled silver into a non-productive mine and ship it to the Mint as domestic production.
17.
Water Rustlers (1939) as Editing
18.
Mr. Boggs Steps Out (1938) as Film Editor
Oliver Boggs (Stuart Erwin), a typical office drone, with no success in sight, who can spout statistics about anything and everything, wins $1500 in a bean-guessing contest at the movie theatre, quits his job and sets forth for the seedy, down-at-the-heels town of Peckham Falls. There he buys a barrel factory and falls in love with Irene Lee (Toby Wing), the snobbish niece of crusty old Morton Ross (Tully Marshall), the town's only rich man and owner of the closed canneries. Oleander Tubbs (Helen Chandler) and her inventor father Angus (Spencer Charters), who sold Oliver the factory, tell him it has no future but he disagrees and says he will have everything booming again. Oleander thinks he is daffy but she and her father agree to help him. Angus invents a collapsible barrel and Oliver, seeing fame and fortune just ahead, spends all of his money just keeping the factory going. Oliver persuades old man Ross to re-open the canneries and to use the ground-breaking barrels and things appear to be going okay, until Dennis Andrews (Walter Byron), Ross' slick attorney, tries to doubel-cross both Ross and Oliver by bilking Angus out of the patent rights to the barrel.
19.
Wallaby Jim of the Islands (1937) as Film Editor

Film Production - Main (feature film)

20.
Reaching from Heaven (1948) as Prod supv
21.
Messenger of Peace (1947) as Prod supv

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