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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Jalopy (1953) as Dialogue Director
The Bowery Boys enter an auto race when one of them invents a new super gas.
2.
Loose in London (1953) as Dialogue Director
The Bowery Boys take on British crooks when one of them thinks he's inherited a title.
3.
Here Come the Marines (1952) as Dialogue Director
When they're drafted, the Bowery Boys set out to solve a murder.
4.
Let's Go Navy (1951) as Dialogue Director
The Bowery Boys join the Navy to catch some crooks posing as sailors.
5.
Crazy Over Horses (1951) as Dialogue Director
The Bowery Boys get mixed up with a race horse and the gambling racket.
6.
Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950) as Dialogue Director
7.
Jiggs and Maggie in Jackpot Jitters (1949) as Dialogue Director
8.
Bride for Sale (1949) as Dialogue Director
9.
Jiggs and Maggie in Court (1948) as Dialogue Director

Cast (feature film)

10.
Angel Unchained (1970) as Hood
11.
The Buster Keaton Story (1957) as Studio policeman
12.
Beau James (1957) as Police captain
The story of Jimmy Walker who became mayor of New York in the '20s. Used by professional politicians and money-grabbers, Walker himself was "stupid but clean", although his open affair with Betty Compton cost him dear.
13.
The Cruel Tower (1956) as Bartender
14.
Fighting Trouble (1956) as [Ray] Vance
The Bowery Boys try to make their name as crime photographers.
15.
The Marksman (1953) as Stagecoach driver
16.
Private Eyes (1953) as Damon's thug
The Bowery Boys open a detective agency when one of them develops mind-reading talents.
17.
From Here to Eternity (1953) as Sgt. Pete Karelsen
Enlisted men in Hawaii fight for love and honor on the eve of World War II.
18.
Fargo (1952) as Sam
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.
19.
No Holds Barred (1952) as Mr. Hunter
The Bowery Boys enter the wrestling world when one of them develops superhuman powers.
20.
Here Come the Marines (1952) as Sheriff Benson
When they're drafted, the Bowery Boys set out to solve a murder.
21.
All That I Have (1951) as
22.
Crazy Over Horses (1951) as Flynn
The Bowery Boys get mixed up with a race horse and the gambling racket.
23.
Cuban Fireball (1951) as Detective Bacon
24.
Dear Wife (1950) as Simmons, cop
Teenaged Miriam starts a political campaign to nominate Bill Seacroft, her brother-in-law, for state senator in opposition to the local political machine. Unknown to Miriam, said machine nominates her father, Judge Wilkins. As support grows for Bill, the presence of rival candidates under one roof poses problems, especially for Ruth, wife to Bill and daughter of the judge.
25.
Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance (1950) as Bentley
The Square Deal Boxing Corporation (crooked as a snake's hind leg), through Gordon Rogers (Tom Neal), tries to make a deal with Knobby Walsh (Leon Errol) whereby it will own thirty percent of the contract with Heavyweight Champion Joe Palooka (Joe Kirkwood Jr.) Knobby refuses, saying even in West Wokkington Falls he could stage a record bout. He only mentions the town because that is where he is going with Joe and his wife, Anne Howe Palooka (Lois Collier), to visit their friend Humphrey Pennyworth (Robert Coogan). Rogers assumes Walsh is going to stage a bout between Palooka and Pennyworth and hastens to block it. Rogers tricks Pennyworth into signing with him for a bout and then arranges for the crooked town mayor, Phiffeny (Jack Kirkwood), and his cousins who run the town to erect a fight stadium. Knobby tells Humphrey that the only way to get out of his contract is a recall election replacing the present town officials with honest ones. Humphrey, the most-liked citizen agrees to run for mayor. At a campaign picnic, a child actress hired by Rogers rushes up to the unmarried candidate, crying "Daddy."
26.
27.
My Blue Heaven (1950) as Cop
A married song and dance team tries to adopt a child.
28.
The Asphalt Jungle (1950) as Jack, police clerk
A gang of small time crooks plots an elaborate jewel heist.
29.
The Petty Girl (1950) as Durkee
A cheesecake artist tries to get a college professor to pose for him.
30.
Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950) as Dinty Moore
31.
Forgotten Women (1949) as Harry, bartender
32.
Tension (1949) as
A man who had planned to murder his wife's lover becomes the prime suspect when somebody beats him to it.
33.
Miss Mink of 1949 (1949) as Sgt. Clancy
34.
35.
The Sky Dragon (1949) as Lt. Mike Ruark
36.
Force of Evil (1949) as Johnson
A crooked lawyer tries to protect his numbers running brother from a ruthless crime boss.
37.
Red, Hot and Blue (1949) as Stranger
An actress's rising career is threatened when she finds a dead gangster in her apartment.
38.
Shamrock Hill (1949) as Uncle Dan
39.
Alias Nick Beal (1949) as Detective Dodds
40.
Cass Timberlane (1948) as Charlie Ellis
An aging judge creates a scandal when he marries a younger woman from the wrong side of the tracks.
41.
Jiggs and Maggie in Court (1948) as Dinty Moore
42.
Shanghai Chest (1948) as Lt. Mike Ruark
Vic Armstrong arrives at his Uncle Judge Armstrong's home just in time to answer the telephone. Unknown to him, his uncle has just been murdered and the culprit is right there in the room with him! Phyllis Powers, on the other end of the line, recognizes Vic's voice, but just then Vic is knocked unconscious by the murderer. When he awakens, he (for reasons known only to movie mystery writers) pulls the knife out of his uncle's back, thus putting his fingerprints all over it, and just in time for the police, having been called by a worried Phyllis, to discover him standing over the body. Well, we know he didn't do it, but the police don't agree. Can Charlie Chan recognize the boy's innocence, and find the real murderer before Vic is sent into durance vile, or even worse?
43.
The Golden Eye (1948) as Lt. Mike Ruark
44.
The Luck of the Irish (1948) as Clancy the cop
45.
Half Past Midnight (1948) as Bartender
46.
Beyond Glory (1948) as Man in cheap hotel room
Thinking he may have caused the death of his commanding officer Captain Daniels in Tunisia, Rocky visits Daniels' widow. She falls for him, he falls for her, she encourages him to go to West Point. While there he faces serious disciplinary review for having forced a plebe into resigning. He may even be court-martialled.
47.
Body and Soul (1947) as Shelton
A young boxer slugs his way out of the slums only to fall prey to organized crime.
48.
Jiggs and Maggie in Society (1947) as Dinty Moore
49.
Merton of the Movies (1947) as Policeman
A star-struck hick goes to Hollywood to become a star.
50.
News Hounds (1947) as John Burke
When they get newspaper jobs, the Bowery Boys take on a sport-fixing mob.
51.
The Unfinished Dance (1947) as Moose
A young dance student accidentally cripples a teacher she doesn't like.
52.
High Barbaree (1947) as Ringmaster/Gans
A downed pilot looks back on his life as he awaits rescue in the South Pacific.
53.
Till the End of Time (1946) as Steve Sumpter
A returning World War II veteran falls for a troubled war widow.
54.
Wife Wanted (1946) as Bartender
Career-slipping movie star Carole Raymond (Kay Francis) buys in as a real estate partner of Jeff Caldwell (Paul Cavanagh). Actually, through his secretary, Nola Reed (Veda Ann Borg), Caldwell runs a matrimonial bureau and, with the aid of his associate, Lee Kirby (John Gallaudet), they defraud and blackmail a large group of lonely people. Carole, unknowingly, is used as bait for one of their victims, Walter Desmond (Barton Yarborough), who "commits suicide." Reporter William Tyler (Robert Shayne) thinks otherwise and, posing as a rich rancher, contacts Miss Raymond. The latter, now being blackmailed by Caldwell, is forced to persuade Tyler to invest in a fraudulent oil deal. In her own attempt to break the racket, Carole uncovers Mildred Hayes (Teala Loring), another innocent victim of the Desmond case. Despite leading each other on for their own purposes, Carole and Tyler fall in love and combine their efforts.
55.
Dark Alibi (1946) as Foggy
Famed Asian detective Charlie Chan tries to disprove fingerprint evidence left at a bank robbery.
56.
Bringing Up Father (1946) as Dinty Moore
57.
Idea Girl (1946) as Max Gifford
Larry Brewster (Jess Barker), partner in the music publishing firm of Brewster and Crow, returns from a trip to find that his partner, J. C. Crow (Alan Mowbray) has hired Pat O'Rourke (Julie Bishop)as a song plugger. Larry doesn't approve of the plan and, in a bad mood, refuses to see composer Wilfred Potts (George Dolenz)who is offering a song for publication. Pat, in spite of Larry's objections, stays on the job. She has the firm promote an amateur song-writing contest, and the winner is a submission by Potts, but because he used the name of Wicks, the firm can't locate him and is facing prosecution on charges of using the mail to conduct a fraudulent contest.
58.
Detour (1946) as Gus
A hitchhiker takes on a dead man''s identity only to face blackmail by an unscrupulous woman.
59.
Two Sisters from Boston (1946) as Mr. Dibson
Two girls with Broadway aspirations find work in a Bowery saloon.
60.
Rockin' in the Rockies (1945) as Tom Trove
A rancher enlists two vagrants to help him hunt for gold.
61.
Swingin' on a Rainbow (1945) as Huston Greer
A young girl goes to New York to find a bandleader who has stolen all the songs she wrote and is passing them off as his own. She soon meets and falls in love with a struggling young songwriter who has his own problems.
62.
63.
Fashion Model (1945) as O'Hara
When two employees of a clothing factory are murdered, the shadow of suspicion falls upon a lowly stock boy.
64.
Adventures of Kitty O'Day (1945) as Chief Clancy
A perky switchboard operator investigates murders that baffle the police.
65.
Swingtime Johnny (1944) as Reynolds ("Sparks")
The Andrews Sisters take a hiatus from show business to aid the war effort. They take on jobs at a pipe-organ plant now making artillery shells. But they still find time for plenty of singing and dancing.
66.
The Sultan's Daughter (1944) as Tim
(Spy Dra '43, BW). Ann Corio, Charles Butterworth, Tim Ryan, Eddie Norris, Jack LaRue, Irene Ryan, Cris-Pin Martin. Stripper Ann Corio plays an alluring tease in this espionage thriller about a power play between US and German agents for control of valuable Arabian oil fields. The music score by Karl Hajos includes "Clickety-Clack-Jack", "I'm Always the Girl", and the title song.
67.
Hot Rhythm (1944) as J. P. O'Hara
Radio writers have big plans for a woman singer.
68.
Detective Kitty O'Day (1944) as Inspector Clancy
An amateur sleuth drives her boyfriend and the police crazy when she butts into a murder investigation.
69.
Shadow of Suspicion (1944) as Everett G. Northrup, also known as Jimmy Dale
Private investigators infiltrate a jewelry store to guard a priceless emerald bracelet.
70.
Her Primitive Man (1944) as House detective
71.
Hi, Beautiful (1944) as Babcock
72.
Kansas City Kitty (1944) as Dave Clark
A piano teacher takes on shady music publishers.
73.
Swing Out the Blues (1944) as Judge Dudley Gordon
74.
And the Angels Sing (1944) as Stage door man
The singing/dancing Angel sisters, Nancy (Dorothy Lamour), Bobby (Betty Hutton), Josie (Diana Lynn) and Patti (Mimi Chandler), aren't interested in performing together, and this plays havoc with the plans of Pop Angel (Raymond Walburn) to buy a soy bean farm. They do accept an offer of ten dollars to sing at a dubious night club on the edge of town where a band led by Happy Marshall (Fred MacMurray) is playing. Bobby takes the ten dollars and runs it up to $190 at the dice table. Happy hits on Nancy but she rebuffs him. He doesn't have the money to pay his band and borrows the gambling winnings from Bobby on the pretext that he will give her a job with his band. Bobby discovers the next day that Happy has hastily departed for New York. The girls follow to a night club where he is working and, after an audition, the manager is willing to give Happy a contract if the girls will sing with his band.
75.
Crazy Knights (1944) as Grogan
76.
Stand by for Action (1943) as Lieut. Tim Ryan
A Harvard graduate serving on a battleship is faced with the realities of war.
77.
Hit Parade of 1943 (1943) as Brownie
One of the many films made at Republic with a year attached to the "Hit Parade" title, which came from the "Hit Parade" radio program sponsored by Lucky Strike cigarettes. On reissue all of the entries underwent a title change from "Hit Parade of 19??" to, usually, a title of a song contained in the film, as happened in the case of this film when it was reissued as "Change of Heart" in 1949, and not known under that title until 1949. Not reissuing the film under the original title of "Hit Parade of 1943" had a two-fold purpose; the audiences of that era were not much interested in seeing a film twice, and a changed title-even when the original title was clearly shown in (very) small print in the ads and on the posters---had a chance of being seen again by that segment of the ticket-buying public who didn't read the small print. The plot here is just a trifle---Susan Hayward ghost writes songs for composer John Carroll, whose charms evidently outweighed his song-writing ability---played in and around some great singing and dancing numbers by, for its time, a large number of black performers including Dorothy Dandridge, Count Basie, dancing by the great Jack Williams and the team of "Pops & Louie"(Albert Whitman and Louis Williams)and others, including Spanish dancer Chinita Marin, billed as Chinita. The song "Change of Heart", by Jule Styne and Harold Adamson, was Oscar-nominated, and also became the title of the film on 1949 reissue. Walter Scharf also was Oscar-nominated for Best Scoring of a Musical. Republic seldom got two nominations in any single year, much less two in the same film.
78.
Two Weeks to Live (1943) as Higgens
Thinking he's terminally ill, a man tries to raise money by undertaking daredevil stunts.
79.
Reveille with Beverly (1943) as Mr. Kennedy
A tap-dancing lady disc jockey finds herself torn between a wealthy man and his former chauffeur.
80.
The Mystery of the 13th Guest (1943) as Lieut. Burke
An heiress experiences a variety of strange goings on when she goes to collect her inheritance.
81.
True to Life (1943) as Mr. Mammal
A writer for a radio program needs some fresh ideas to juice up his show. For inspiration, he rents a room with a typical American family and begins to secretly write about their true life antics. The show becomes a big hit, but he begins to feel guilty about his charade when he falls in love with the family's pretty older daughter.
82.
Riding High (1943) as Jones
83.
Redhead from Manhattan (1943) as Mike Glendon
84.
Yokel Boy (1942) as Waiter
85.
Ball of Fire (1942) as Motorcop
A group of professors takes in a nightclub singer hiding from the law to protect her gangster boyfriend.
86.
Butch Minds the Baby (1942) as Mike
87.
Get Hep to Love (1942) as Detective [Tucker]
88.
Don't Get Personal (1942) as Traffic officer
89.
This Time for Keeps (1942) as Prof. Diz
A newlywed goes to work for his disapproving father-in-law.
90.
Sweetheart of the Fleet (1942) as Gordon Crouse
91.
Stand by All Networks (1942) as Inspector Ryan
A radio reporter sets out to track down and expose Nazi agents.
92.
The Man in the Trunk (1942) as Liberal Bill from Louisville
93.
Tortilla Flat (1942) as Rupert Hogan
Inhabitants of a Southern California fishing village strive for the simple pleasures of life.
94.
The Courtship of Andy Hardy (1942) as Officer
A teenager dates a girl whose parents' divorce is being decided by his father.
95.
Blue, White and Perfect (1942) as Policeman
Detective Michael Shayne aids the war effort by fighting industrial diamond smugglers. They operate through Hawaii and part of the movie takes place on an ocean liner headed for there.
96.
A Tragedy at Midnight (1942) as Police commissioner
This Republic murder mystery starts with a radio broadcast by Greg Sherman (John Howard) who solves cases on the air that the local police cannot solve. As he names the perpetrator of a recent murder we see the criminal, who is listening to the show, become alarmed and start to make his escape. The scene shifts to the police department where the chief, fearing for his job, assigns officers to get something, anything, on Sherman and get him off the air. Meanwhile, Greg and his pretty wife Beth (Margaret Lindsay) are parting company. He's going to a party and she's going to visit her pregnant sister in the hospital. The next morning Greg wakes up and nudges his sleeping wife. When she doesn't respond, he pulls off the covers and finds not his wife but a strange woman, dead and with the murder knife still sticking up out of her back. While he's still recovering from the shock, Beth walks into the bedroom. Thinking that she has discovered her husband with another woman, she leaves and calls the police. The police are delighted of course, but Greg escapes as they are arresting him. Now he must solve the mystery by himself...
97.
Blondie Goes to College (1942) as Football coach
Dagwood decides to go to college. Blondie goes along with him, keeping their marriage a secret. They send Baby Dumpling off to military school where he becomes top sergeant. Blondie is hounded by the campus stud and Dagwood makes the rowing team. It is revealed that a new child is on the way.
98.
Pardon My Stripes (1942) as Speed Wilson
99.
Flight Lieutenant (1942) as Bartender
A disgraced pilot sets out to regain his son's respect.
100.
Mr. & Mrs. North (1942) as O'Toole, fingerprint technician
A sappily married couple discover a murder victim in their closet.
101.
The Forest Rangers (1942) as Keystone Cop
Ranger Don Stuart fights a forest fire with timber boss friend Tana 'Butch' Mason, and finds evidence of arson. He suspects Twig Dawson but can't prove it. Butch loves Don but he, poor fool, won't notice her as a woman; instead he meets socialite Celia in town and elopes with her. The action plot (Don's pursuit of the fire starter) parallels Tana's comic efforts to scare tenderfoot Celia back to the city.
102.
Nazi Agent (1942) as Officer
An Allied sympathizer discovers his twin brother is a Nazi spy.
103.
Secret Agent of Japan (1942) as Bartender
104.
Strictly in the Groove (1942) as Professor Blake
105.
This Gun for Hire (1942) as Weems
A hired killer dodges police while tracking down the enemy agents who tried to frame him.
106.
Just Off Broadway (1942) as Guide
Private detective Michael Shayne (Lloyd Nolan) is serving on the jury trying Lillian Hubbard (Janis Carter) for the murder of Harley Forsythe. A witness with information that could clear Lillian is killed by a knife hurled from inside the courtroom. Shyane hides the knife in the ensuing confusion. He slips out of the jury room that night and, with the aid of reporter Judy Taylor (Marjorie Weaver), traces the knife to a professional blade-slinger, Count Edmond Telmachio (Alexander Lockwood). Shayne finds the Count murdered in a warehouse and a brooch discovered on his body now points the finger of suspicion at nightclub singer Rita Darling (Joan Valerie) and the owner of the club where she works, George Dolphin (Don Costello). Rita was the fiancee of Forsythe and Dolphin is in love with her. The trial begins the next day, with Shayne back in the jury box, after giving the information he picked up to defense counsel John Logan (Richard Derr). The trial takes a surprise twist when Shayne is permitted to cross examine everyone, including the defense lawyer, who has been in love with Miss Hubbard for years.
107.
The Stork Pays Off (1941) as
Gangster Deak Foster (Victory Jory) and his three henchmen, Brains Moran (Maxie Rosenbloom), Ears-to-the-Ground Hinkle (Horace MacMahon) and Photofinish Farris (George McKay), take over what they think is a night club run by a rival, Stud Rocco (Ralf Harold), only to discover it is a nursery run by Irene Perry (Rochelle Hudson). All fall under the benign influence to the point where the three henchmen go to night school to be educated and Deak falls in love with Julie.
108.
Pot O' Gold (1941) as Spieler
A young man is caught between his music-hating uncle and a pretty girl from a family of musicians.
109.
The Devil Pays Off (1941) as 1st mate
Chris Waring (William Wright) is a government investigator trying to gather the necessary evidence to convict a shipping magnate, DeBrock (J.Edward Bromberg), of selling his ships to the United States but is suspected of holding up and preventing their delivery because of bribes from foreign powers. DeBrock's conscience, nor his flirty wife, Valerie DeBrock (Osa Massen), give him any peace of mind.
110.
Maisie Was a Lady (1941) as Barker
A Brooklyn showgirl signs on as maid for a family of wealthy eccentrics.
111.
Public Enemies (1941) as Trumball
112.
A Man Betrayed (1941) as Mr. Wilson
Attorney Lynn Hollister investigates the murder of his friend in the big city. Along the way, he manages to fall in love with the daughter of his chief suspect.
113.
Lucky Devils (1941) as [K. W.] Momsen
114.
Harmon of Michigan (1941) as Flash Regan
Tom Harmon (ol' # 98 for the Michigan Wolverines, husband of actress Elyse Knox and father of Mark Harmon and Kelly Harmon)took a back seat to no one on the football field (except the Minnesota Gophers) or, later, in the broadcast booth, but, on film, he managed to find himself in two of the all-time bad sports movies..."The Spirit of West Point" and "Harmon of Michigan." The latter, if it had been a true-life biography of Tom Harmon, might have made a passable film but after a short prologue, narrated by sports writer Bill Henry who is not the same as actor William Henry, that semi-recaps Harmon's football-playing days at the University of Michigan, it quickly develops into a mess that indicates the director and writers used the technical adviser, Coach Jeff Cravath, only to put plays on the blackboard. Once Harmon,(supposedly playing himself but the character he plays here has more character flaws than the law allows), graduates from Michigan, he marries his college sweetheart Peggy Adams (Anita Louise), turns up his nose at the prospect of playing professional football---a poor-paying and not-that-well respected job in 1941---and starts a vagabond tour of coaching tank-water colleges. Authenicity went out the window when the narration ended, as did any kind of time tracking, as everything that follows seems to happen in a single football season. Tom takes an assistant coach job at a cow-pasture college under Jimmy Wayburn (William Hall) and lasts one day before Wayburn fires him. Then he signs to play for a College All-Star team doing exhibition games against pro teams, but his team-mates, hacked because Tom gets star billing, lay down on him and he gets smacked down hard on every play. One of the leaders willing to let Harmon get slaughtered is old Michigan teammate Forrest Evashevski (playing himself), a life-long friend in real life and Godfather to Mark Harmon and a long-time respected coach at the University of Iowa. Harmon wins the game by himself, but decides this isn't his cup of tea. He hangs around the house a few weeks, then gets a job as an assistant under old-time coach Pop Branch at a college that has three buidings on campus and a football stadium seating 100,000 fans. He helps Pop win a few games (still ticking along in what appears to be the same fall football season), but the alumni at Webster College are tired of losing, fire their coach and hire Harmon away from Pop. Harmon takes over the Webster team in mid-season and becomes the all-time example of a hard-ass coach willing to win at any cost, including installing a screen-pass play that depends on an illegal blcoking scheme---the Flying Wedge---to make it work. His Webster team begins to thump their opponents by large scores, usually leaving the other team battered and bloodied by the use of the illegal blocking scheme. They win four or five games which, based on the writers time scheme, would have them playing 20 games a season in what was then a nine-and-ten game season. Plus, the press and other coaches around and about, are up in arms about Harmon's tatics, but the jerks refereeing the games evidently haven't read the rule book nor the newspapers and throw no penalty flags against his team. Well, one referee does once, but he never officiated nor had lunch in that town again. It, by any reasonable calendar must now be July of the next year in a season that should have ended in December, and hard-case Harmon's team is going up against Pop's team (where Harmon coached earlier in this never-ending season) and Pop drops by and tells Tom he ain't all that fond of Tom's coaching methods, but Tom poo-pahs him off, and then sends his team out and they gleefully dismantle Pop's fair-playing team by 109-0. But Webster's quarterback Freddie Davis (Stanley Brown) suffers a concussion running a play Harmon calls just to run up the score even higher---Harmon evidently didn't read the script because nobody using their own name would want this character perceived
115.
Bedtime Story (1941) as Mac
A stage star''s dreams of retirement conflict with her playwright husband''s need for a hit -- with her starring.
116.
Ice-Capades (1941) as Jackson
Newsreel cameraman Bob Clemens (James Ellison), an avowed woman hater, is assigned to cover the Lake Placid exhibition of Karen Vadja (Renie Riano), the Swiss ice Queen. He misses his plane and fails to get the footage needed for a newsreel. Deciding that if you've seen one ice skater, you've seen them all, he goes to Central Park to film a skater picked at random. He selects Marie Bergen (Dorothy Lewis) who is wanted by the immigration people for having over-stayed her visa. Bob does not adjust his newsreel camera for a long shot and she shows very clearly in close-ups. Promoter Larry Herman (Phil Silvers) sees the newsreel and seeing that she is very talented and very pretty, decides to star her in an ice-spectacle to be called the "Ice-Capades." He sends for Karen Vadja's agent, since that is the name the skater is identified as in the newsreel, draws up and signs a contract and invites the press to join him when he meets her. Dismay mildly describes his feeling when he learns that he has obligated himself to build a show around a horse-faced, eccentric woman whose ability to skate is her only saving grace. He calls off the show, and brings suit against the National Newsreel Company for this hoax. The boss, Ellis (Alan Mowbray), blames Bob and his assistant Colonna (Jerry Colonna), who propose that they find her and let Ellis "discover" and star her. She evades them as she thinks they are immigration agents trying to find and deport her, but they find her in the chorus of the ice show they want her to star in. Deportation looms with marriage to an American citizen being the only alternative. Bob, the only woman-hating confirmed bachelor in the cast, becomes the prime candidate.
117.
San Antonio Rose (1941) as Gus
118.
Where Did You Get That Girl? (1941) as Inspector
119.
The Strawberry Blonde (1941) as Street cleaner foreman
A man's infatuation with a gold-digging beauty continues after his marriage.
120.
Two Latins from Manhattan (1941) as Sergeant
121.
Melody Lane (1941) as Police sergeant
122.
Dead Men Tell (1941) as Red Eye
Just as elderly Miss Nodbury is ready to leave on a treasure hunt for a family fortune she is scared to death by the ghost of a pirate ancestor. Charlie Chan investigates the rest of the clan.
123.
Sis Hopkins (1941) as Desk sergeant
124.
I Wake Up Screaming (1941) as Detective
A celebrity promoter is accused of murdering one of his clients.
125.
The Penalty (1941) as Police sergeant
Federal agents use a gangster's son to catch him.
126.
Rise and Shine (1941) as Doorman
The college president, the head cheerleader and a gambling gangster try to keep a flunking football star in the game.
127.
Last of the Duanes (1941) as Doc
In 1870 Texas a man (Montgomery) comes home to find his father murdered. He trails an outlaw till he finds out he's part of a gang, then calls in the Texas Rangers.
128.
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) as Policeman
A Broadway dancing team splits up when the male dancer is drafted.
129.
It Started with Eve (1941) as Tom
To please his dying father, a man hires a hatcheck girl to pose as his fiancée.
130.
Three Girls About Town (1941) as Singer
Sisters working at a hotel try to hide a dead body before the next convention arrives.
131.
Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day (1941) as Piano mover
A young doctor's wedding turns into a tragic event.
132.
Private Affairs (1940) as Harry
Amos Bullerton, son of an old Boston family, has chosen for twenty years to remain a "black sheep" rather than submit to the dictation of his staid family. Jane Bullerton, his daughter, finds herself in the same quandary, ordered by her crotchety grandfather, Noble Bullerton, to marry a man she doesn't love.
133.
Brother Orchid (1940) as Tukey Malone
After a failed hit, a mob chief recuperates in a monastery.
134.
Third Finger, Left Hand (1940) as Third mate
A man-shy fashion editor pretends to be married until a suitor claims to be her husband.
135.
Hullabaloo (1940) as Concessionaire
A radio star creates a national panic when he announces a Martian invasion.
136.
I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now (1940) as Judge Saunders

Writer (feature film)

137.
Jalopy (1953) as Screenwriter
The Bowery Boys enter an auto race when one of them invents a new super gas.
138.
No Holds Barred (1952) as Screenwriter
The Bowery Boys enter the wrestling world when one of them develops superhuman powers.
139.
Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (1952) as Screenwriter
Two performers get lost on a tropical island and are rescued by the local natives. They are advised by the chief's daughter that a scientist - who just happens to remsemble legendary film icon Bela Lugosi - can help them off the Island.
140.
Here Come the Marines (1952) as Screenwriter
When they're drafted, the Bowery Boys set out to solve a murder.
141.
Feudin' Fools (1952) as Screenwriter
The Bowery Boys get caught in a hillbilly feud when one of them inherits a Kentucky farm.
142.
Hold That Line (1952) as Screenwriter
The Bowery Boys crash college when one of them lands on the football team.
143.
Crazy Over Horses (1951) as Screenwriter
The Bowery Boys get mixed up with a race horse and the gambling racket.
144.
Trouble Makers (1949) as Screenwriter
The Bowery Boys pose as bellhops to solve a murder.
145.
146.
Rocky (1948) as Additional Dialogue
147.
Angels' Alley (1948) as Screenwriter
An ex-con cousin of one of the Bowery Boys gets them into trouble with the law.
148.
Smugglers' Cove (1948) as Orig scr
The Bowery Boys take on a gang of German smugglers.
149.
Jinx Money (1948) as Screenwriter
The Bowery Boys find a dead gangster's loot-and the mob out to get it back.
150.
Shanghai Chest (1948) as Additional Dialogue
Vic Armstrong arrives at his Uncle Judge Armstrong's home just in time to answer the telephone. Unknown to him, his uncle has just been murdered and the culprit is right there in the room with him! Phyllis Powers, on the other end of the line, recognizes Vic's voice, but just then Vic is knocked unconscious by the murderer. When he awakens, he (for reasons known only to movie mystery writers) pulls the knife out of his uncle's back, thus putting his fingerprints all over it, and just in time for the police, having been called by a worried Phyllis, to discover him standing over the body. Well, we know he didn't do it, but the police don't agree. Can Charlie Chan recognize the boy's innocence, and find the real murderer before Vic is sent into durance vile, or even worse?
151.
Bowery Buckaroos (1947) as Orig scr
The Bowery Boys head west and land themselves in hot water.
152.
News Hounds (1947) as Original Story
When they get newspaper jobs, the Bowery Boys take on a sport-fixing mob.
153.
News Hounds (1947) as Screenwriter
When they get newspaper jobs, the Bowery Boys take on a sport-fixing mob.
154.
Hard Boiled Mahoney (1947) as Additional Dialogue
The Bowery Boys try to expose a phony fortune-teller.
155.
In Fast Company (1946) as Screenwriter
The Bowery Boys get wrapped up in a taxi war.
156.
Swing Parade of 1946 (1946) as Screenwriter
Carol Lawrence (Gale Storm), an aspiring singer, goes to a new night club owned by Danny Warren (Phil Regan), whose father Daniel Warren (Russell Hicks) doesn't approve of the club and wants Danny to join him in the family business. Carol is suspected of being a process server and is thrown out of the club. An extremely long arm of coincidence leads her to the elder Warren's office and he hires her as a process server. She returns but gets a singing job this time so foregoes serving the cease-and-desist notice. The Three Stooges are on hand as waiters and Connee Boswell, Louis Jordan, Will Osborne and Mary Treen provide the music and songs in addition to Gale Storn on "Oh, Buddy" and "On the Sunny Side of the Street."
157.
Live Wires (1946) as Screenwriter
In their first film, the Bowery Boys tackle gangsters.
158.
Spook Busters (1946) as Orig scr
When they set themselves up as ghost hunters, the Bowery Boys tangle with a mad scientist.
159.
Bowery Bombshell (1946) as Additional Dialogue
The Bowery Boys tackle gangsters to clear one of their own from a bogus robbery charge.
160.
G. I. Honeymoon (1945) as Additional Dialogue
161.
There Goes Kelly (1945) as Additional Dialogue
A radio station page tries to solve a singer's murder.
162.
Adventures of Kitty O'Day (1945) as Screenwriter
A perky switchboard operator investigates murders that baffle the police.
163.
Fashion Model (1945) as Screenwriter
When two employees of a clothing factory are murdered, the shadow of suspicion falls upon a lowly stock boy.
164.
Detective Kitty O'Day (1944) as Screenwriter
An amateur sleuth drives her boyfriend and the police crazy when she butts into a murder investigation.
165.
Leave It to the Irish (1944) as Orig scr
A private eye investigating one murder is framed for another.
166.
Crazy Knights (1944) as Orig scr
167.
Hot Rhythm (1944) as Orig scr
Radio writers have big plans for a woman singer.
168.
Shadow of Suspicion (1944) as Additional Dialogue
Private investigators infiltrate a jewelry store to guard a priceless emerald bracelet.
169.
The Sultan's Daughter (1944) as Orig scr
(Spy Dra '43, BW). Ann Corio, Charles Butterworth, Tim Ryan, Eddie Norris, Jack LaRue, Irene Ryan, Cris-Pin Martin. Stripper Ann Corio plays an alluring tease in this espionage thriller about a power play between US and German agents for control of valuable Arabian oil fields. The music score by Karl Hajos includes "Clickety-Clack-Jack", "I'm Always the Girl", and the title song.
170.
Sarong Girl (1943) as Additional Dialogue
A burlesque queen decides to get back at the cop who busted her by making a play for his son.
171.
The Mystery of the 13th Guest (1943) as Screenwriter
An heiress experiences a variety of strange goings on when she goes to collect her inheritance.
172.
Melody Parade (1943) as Orig scr
Entertainers struggle to save a failing nightclub.

Music (feature film)

173.
Happy Feet (2006) as Music Editor
A children's tale about a young penguin with an unusual gift and his adventures in Antarctica.
174.
Moulin Rouge! (2001) as Addl mus ed
Christian, a young Bohemian poet living in 1899 Paris, defies his father by joining the colorfully diverse clique inhabiting the dark, fantastical underworld of Paris' now legendary Moulin Rouge. In this seedy but glamorous haven of sex, drugs and newly-discovered electricity, the poet-innocent find

Film Production - Main (feature film)

175.
The Man Who Wasn't There (2001) as Transportation capt
A barber commits murder after a bribery attempt involving his wife goes south.
176.
Clipped Wings (1953) as Dial dir
The Bowery Boys join the air force and almost turn it into a fly-by-night organization.

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