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Director (feature film)

1.
Monkey Mission, The (1981) as Creator
Robert Blake's second (of three) Joe Dancer movies has the hard-boiled private investigator teaming up with a chimp named Gregor, his trainer (John Fiedler) who happens to be an expert sneak thief, and an electronics genius of questionable repute (Keenan Wynn) to steal back a priceless vase looted f
2.
Big Black Pill, The (1981) as Creator
The first of three private-eye movies created by Robert Blake about rugged Joe Dancer as the forerunner to a prospective but unrealized series after the retirement of his "Baretta" character. In the initial outing, Blake, as Dancer, follows a trail of bodies through a maze of corruption involving a

Cast (feature film)

3.
Love Guru, The (2008)
Guru Pitka was once an ordinary American child, until his family left him at the gates of an Indian ashram to be raised by the exhaulted Guru Tugginmypuddha. Growing up in the small fishing village of Harenmahkeester, Pitka was schooled in the inner secrets of spiritual attainment along with his friend and sole rival, Deepak Chopra. But now, Chopra is a massive celebrity in America, and Pitka is still playing second-fiddle without even an "Oprah" episode on his resume. Determined to share his unending insights into the nature of life and get famous to boot, Pitka responds to a fateful call for help from Jane Bullard, owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team. It seems her star player, Darren Roanoke has gone overnight from being a big hero to a big zero-scorer because his wife, Prudence, left him and is now dating the L.A. Kings' legendary goalie, Jacques "Le Coq" Grande. Pitka's new quest--to restore loving bliss between Darren and Prudence and attain the celestial heights of the Stanley Cup--will challenge everything he thought he knew about the inner workings of truth, love, happiness and hockey.
4.
Lost Highway (1997) as Mystery Man
Set in a city suspiciously like Los Angeles, both blazingly modern and resolutely retro in look and feel. A jazz musician, tortured by the notion that his wife is having an affair, suddenly finds himself accused of her murder. In a parallel story, a young mechanic is drawn into a web of deceit by a
5.
Money Train (1995) as Patterson
Foster brothers, John and Charlie share a life-long dream of robbing the Money Train that collects millions of dollars each night from NYC subway stations. Only two things stand in their way: they're cops; and Donald Patterson, the hard-assed MTA chief, is their boss. They're his trains, it's his money, and he's never been robbed. But on New Year's Eve, the rates are going up...
6.
Judgment Day: The John List Story (1993) as John List
Based on the true story of John List, a church-going New Jersey accountant who murdered his entire family and was captured 17 years later through a reenactment of his crime on the TV series, "America's Most Wanted."
7.
Heart Of A Champion: The Ray Mancini Story (1985) as Lenny Mancini
The lightweight story of former WBA Lightweight Champion Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini, who claimed he fought to keep alive the dream of his dad, a one-time lightweight contender whose chance at the title was dashed by World War II and being wounded in action. Sylvester Stallone, one of the screen's most
8.
Father of Hell Town (1985) as Father Noah "Hardstep" Rivers
Robert Blake's scrappy, ex-convict-turned-ghetto priest in an impoverished inner-city parish was the latest in his series of original characters (after "Baretta" and "Joe Dancer") and his "Hell Town" turned into a surprise hit (written pseudonymously by Blake). Blake convinced the network into going
9.
Murder 1, Dancer 0 (1983) as Joe Dancer
The last of Robert Blake's three Joe Dancer movies, like its predecessors, filmed in 1981, finds the private investigator framed for manslaughter as he tries to uncover a Hollywood scandal that could ruin a studio and destroy a top star's career. Original titles: "Joe Dancer III" and "Lights, Camera
10.
Of Mice and Men (1981) as George Milton
Robert Blake and much of the creative talent involved in his "Baretta" series and three "Joe Dancer" TV-movies tackled this television adaptation of John Steinbeck's classic novel focusing on the lives of a pair of itinerant ranch hands in the rural south. Blake and Randy Quaid have the roles taken
11.
Monkey Mission, The (1981) as Joe Dancer
Robert Blake's second (of three) Joe Dancer movies has the hard-boiled private investigator teaming up with a chimp named Gregor, his trainer (John Fiedler) who happens to be an expert sneak thief, and an electronics genius of questionable repute (Keenan Wynn) to steal back a priceless vase looted f
12.
Big Black Pill, The (1981) as Joe Dancer
The first of three private-eye movies created by Robert Blake about rugged Joe Dancer as the forerunner to a prospective but unrealized series after the retirement of his "Baretta" character. In the initial outing, Blake, as Dancer, follows a trail of bodies through a maze of corruption involving a
13.
Second-hand Hearts (1981)
During a drinking binge, a drifter marries a waitress who has two children, and the new family then drives across the country to California.
14.
Coast to Coast (1980) as Charlie Callahan
After Madie's husband has her committed to a New York mental hospital to avoid having to go through an expensive divorce, she escapes and gets a ride back to California with truck driver Charles Callahan. On the road, Madie and Charles are harrassed by thugs that her husband has sent after her, but
15.
Busting (1974) as Farrell
Michael Keneely and Patrick Farrel are partners on the L.A. vice-squad. Most of their work involves busting call girls, employees in massage parlors, and homosexuals. After working this detail for some time, they come to the conclusion that crime boss Carl Rizzo is responsible for most of the crime in Los Angeles, and begin to harass him mercilessly. Unfortunately, this makes them not only the targets of the entire criminal population in the city, but of the police department, too.
16.
Electra Glide In Blue (1973) as Wintergreen
An Arizona motorcycle cop moves to the Homicide Division to solve a hermit's murder.
17.
Corky (1972) as Corky [Curtiss]
An arrogant stock-car racer ignores his family.
18.
Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here (1969) as Willie Boy
After killing his girlfriend's father in self defense, a rebellious Native American races to elude a bloodthirsty posse.
19.
In Cold Blood (1967) as Perry Smith
Two vagrants try to outrun the police after committing a savage crime in this real-life shocker.
20.
This Property Is Condemned (1966) as Sidney
A small-town girl fights her mother's opposition when she falls for a big-city businessman.
21.
The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) as Simon the Zealot
All-star epic retelling of Christ's life.
22.
PT 109 (1963) as "Bucky" Harris
Future president John Kennedy fights to save his crew when their PT boat sinks in the Pacific.
23.
Town Without Pity (1961) as Jim
A military lawyer defends three soldiers accused of raping a girl in occupied Germany.
24.
The Purple Gang (1960) as William Joseph "Honeyboy" Willard
The story of the infamous gang of bootleggers, hijackers, and killers in 1920's Detroit.
25.
Pork Chop Hill (1959) as Velie
Americans take a vital hill in Korea but have trouble holding it.
26.
Battle Flame (1959) as Corp. Jake Pachecho
27.
Revolt in the Big House (1958) as Rudy Hernandez
Gannon is an imprisoned racketeer kingpin who tries to manipulate his young cellmate into staging a riot and prison break, but the cellmate tries to back out when he realizes other inmates may be killed in the process.
28.
The Beast of Budapest (1958) as Karolyi
29.
Three Violent People (1957) as Rafael
Two brothers and the wife of one, seething about the pillaging by a ruthless and greddy provisional government, become involved in conflict.
30.
The Tijuana Story (1957) as Enrique Acosta Mesa
(Dra '57,BW). Rodolfo Acosta, James Darren, Robert McQueeney, Jean Willes, Joy Stoner, Robert Blake, Paul Newlan. Mexican newspaperman Rodolfo Acosta wages a one-man war against a powerful crime syndicate in this inspirational melodrama based on a real-life incident and narrated by the original reporter who broke the sensational story, Paul Coates.
31.
Rumble on the Docks (1956) as Chuck
The leader of a New York street gang gets involved with mobster.
32.
Screaming Eagles (1956) as Pvt. Hernandez
A group of young soldiers parachute into France in preparation for D-Day.
33.
The Rack (1956) as Italian soldier
A Korean War veteran is accused of cracking under enemy torture.
34.
Treasure of the Golden Condor (1953) as Stable boy
Jean-Paul (Cornel Wilde) rebels against his bondage to his uncle, the Marquis de St. Malo (George Macready), and journeys to the far-off Mayan hills of Guatemala seeking a hidden treasure. He is the rightful heir to his uncle's title and lands, and goes to Guatemala to win his fortune and come back and claim his heritage.
35.
The Veils of Bagdad (1953) as Beggar boy
Antar is sent by Suleiman, head of the Ottoman Empire, to Bagdad to prevent Hammam, Pasha of Bagdad, from purchasing the services of local leader Mustapha to unite the hill tribes and overthrow the emperor. The intrigue mounts as Antar falls in love with dancer Selima, who tries to avenge her father's death against Hammam's right-hand-man Kasseim, whose wife Rosanna has fallen in love with Antar!
36.
Apache War Smoke (1952) as Luis [Herrera]
A killer joins stagecoach passengers under attack by Indians.
37.
Black Hand (1950) as Pasquale, a bus boy
In turn-of-the-century New York, an Italian seeks vengeance on the mobsters who killed his father.
38.
The Black Rose (1950) as Mahmoud
In the time of the crusades, a Saxon youth is forced to run away from England. He goes with his loyal retainer who brings along a British long bow. The two go all the way to China where they become involved in intrigues in the court of Kubla Kahn.
39.
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) as Mexican boy
Dobbs and Curtin meet up in Mexico, and go to work for a contractor, MacClane, who takes them away to remote site and tells them they will be paid when the job is finished. When they are finished, they return to town to find MacClane to get their wages. MacClane gives them a few dollars, and says he'll just go to the bank and pick up the payroll for them. Dobbs and Curtin then meet up with an old prospector, who claims the hills are still full of gold, and if they can get the cash, he'll go with them. They eventually get the cash from MacClane after a little "persuasion", and all three set off for the hills as good friends, but will they return that way?
40.
Vigilantes of Boomtown (1947) as Little Beaver
The ranch of Red Ryder (Allan Lane) and his aunt, The Duchess (Martha Wentworth), is being used as the training site for "Gentleman Jim" Corbett (George Turner) for his upcoming fight in Carson City, Nevada for the heavyweight championship against Bob Fitzsimmons (John Dehner). Molly McVey (Peggy Stewart), the daughter of a U.S. Senator, crusading against prize-fighting in Nevada, complicates matters soemwhat when she conceives the bright idea of having Corbett kidnapped, thus causing the cancellation of the fight. The two men (George Chesebro and George Lloyd) she hires to do the kidnapping also add to the complications by kidnapping Ryder instead of Corbett. Meanwhile, a gang of crooks, led by McKean (Roy Barcroft), descend on the town intent on looting the town and also making off with the fight proceeds.
41.
Marshal of Cripple Creek (1947) as Little Beaver
Tom Lambert arrives and Long John Case gets him into trouble. To protect his wife and son he refuses to talk and is sent to prison. Long John then gets Lambert's son into his outlaw gang but Lambert is told the boy's problems are caused by Red Ryder. So Lambert breaks prison planning to kill Red.
42.
Homesteaders of Paradise Valley (1947) as Little Beaver
Red Ryder convinces homesteaders to settle in Paradise Valley. Business men in nearby Central City want control of the valley and water supply and propose to build a dam for half interest in the land. They use Red to generate interest in the dam but when the dam is completed, they rig the stockholder's meeting so Central City will get the water. The homesteaders then go after Red whom they think is responsilble
43.
The Last Round-Up (1947) as Mike
Gene Autry (Gene Autry) attempts to arrange that both the Indians and ranchers, scheduled to be driven from their land by Mesa City's mew aqueduct, benefit from the deal, which is opposed by town banker Mason (Ralph Morgan.) Mason stirs up the Indians against Gene but, with help from school teacher Carol (Jean Heather), Gene is able to expose Mason's schemes.
44.
Oregon Trail Scouts (1947) as Little Beaver
Red Ryder (Allan Lane) battles an unscrupulous fur theif named Hunter (Roy Barcroft) for the right to trap beaver and otter on the land of Chief Running Fox (Frank Lackteen). Hunter attempts to ambush Ryder and his pal "Bear Trap" (Emmett Lynn) and when this fails, he kidnaps Little Beaver (Bobby Blake), grandson of the Chief, and kills the Judge (Earle Hodgins), with whom the boy had been staying. But the boy manages to escape. The Duchess (Martha Wentworth), Ryder's aunt, turns up and tries to persuade Ryder to return east with her. He discovers her and Little Beaver as stowaways in the supply train he is taking to the Indian camp. Hunter stages a fake Indian attack and attempts to recapture Little Beaver. The latter escapes and locates Running Fox who leads his warriors to the rescue. Hunter tries to escape by using Little Beaver as a shield, but he is knocked cold by the Duchess who sneaks up behind him. There is a joyful reunion between the old chief and his grandson, but Little Beaver elects to stay with Ryder and renounces his right to one day be chief in favor of Barking Squirrel (Billy Cummings).
45.
Humoresque (1947) as Paul Boray, as a child
A classical musician from the slums is sidetracked by his love for a wealthy neurotic.
46.
The Return of Rin Tin Tin (1947) as Paul, the refugee lad
47.
Rustlers of Devil's Canyon (1947) as Little Beaver
48.
A Guy Could Change (1946) as Alan Schroeder
49.
Out California Way (1946) as Danny McCoy
An interesting oddity in Republic's B-western series but certainly not the first or only time the studio used a movie set as the backdrop of a plot line. Newcomer Monte Hale (Monte Hale) is tying to just get a job in western films when he meet young Danny McCoy (Bobby Blake) and his sister Gloria (Adrian Booth). Danny is trying to get his horse, "Pardner" into films. Monte sings a song and "Pardner" does some tricks and a casting director notices. Monte gets a singing-cowboy role and the horse gets a bit, but there is an accidental explosion, engineered by western star George Sheridan (John Dehner), who is jealous of Monte, and the horse is badly scared and blows his lines. Monte takes care of Sheridan in some hand-to-hand fisticuffs and "Pardner", trouper that he is, recovers and performs as expected. Republic contractees Roy Rogers and Dale Evans drop by and sing a song while "Trigger" upstages "Pardner" with some tap-dancing, and Donald Barry and Allan Lane drop by and say 'hidy."
50.
Home on the Range (1946) as Cub Garth
A cowboy tries to protect wild grizzlies from ranchers who think the bears are decimating their cattle.
51.
California Gold Rush (1946) as Little Beaver
The stagecoaches on the line owned by Colonel Parker (Russell Simpson) are being robbed and the drivers killed, so The Duchess (Alice Fleming), sends for Red Ryder (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott). Businessman Ernest Murphy (Joel Friedkin), and his gang of outlaws that include the whistling Chopin (Dick Curtis), gets hold of the letter that the Duchess wrote Red and hires the Idaho Kid (Wen Wright) to waylay him. But Red gets the drop on Idaho instead, and then poses as him and joins the gang. Murphy, realizing that Red isn't the man he hired, frames Red for stealing an ore shipment. Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) helps Red escape from the Sheriff (Tom London) and his posse, and they set about to track down the gang.
52.
In Old Sacramento (1946) as Newsboy
Dashing Johnny Barrett has a secret identity: Spanish Jack, the masked bandit. Always one step ahead of the law, Barrett effortlessly balances his double life--robbing by night, romancing by day and always with a smile. But when the woman he loves begins to suspect him and the young man he befriends is arrested for being him, it's time for Johnny to rethink his priorities.
53.
Santa Fe Uprising (1946) as Little Beaver
The Duchess (Martha Wentworth), the aunt of Red Ryder (Allan Lane), comes to town to protect her property. Crawford (Barton MacLane), a town big-shot behind an outlaw gang, tries to prevent her from reaching her destination, but the attack is thwarted by Red. The latter is made town marshal, and when he gets too close to the truth and is making it too hot for the Crawford faction, Crawford has his henchman Luke (Dick Curtis) kidnap Red's Indian friend Little Beaver (Bobby Blake).
54.
Sheriff of Redwood Valley (1946) as Little Beaver
Redwood Valley residents raise $50,000 for blasting a mountain tunnel to bring a new railroad there. Town leader Bidwell (James Craven) engineers a plot to steal the money and to blame it on the Reno Kid (Bob Steele)who has recently broken out of prison in order to clear himself of false charges that sent him there and caused him to lose his ranch. The badly-wounded sheriff (Tom London) turns his badge over to Red Ryder (Bill Elliott.) Reno visits his wife, Molly (Peggy Stewart) and their ailing son Johnny (John Wayne Wright), and Red, also wounded, is brought there by Little Beaver (Bobby Blake.) There, Red begins to believe Reno's story about being innocent.
55.
Sun Valley Cyclone (1946) as Little Beaver
56.
Conquest of Cheyenne (1946) as Little Beaver
Red Ryder has to help bring in an oil well on Jackson's ranch. Tom Dean found the oil and has started a well. But banker Tuttle hopes to foreclose on the Jackson ranch and has the oil rig burned down.
57.
Stagecoach to Denver (1946) as Little Beaver
Lambert has the stagecoach wrecked killing the Commissioner so his phoney replacement can alter Coonskin's land survey. When Red Ryder exposes the survey hoax, Lambert has his stooge Sheriff put Red in jail.
58.
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945) as Junior
An angel is sent to destroy the earth with a trumpet blast.
59.
Dakota (1945) as Boy
In 1871, professional gambler John Devlin (John Wayne) elopes with Sandra "Sandy" Poli (Vera Ralston), daughter of Marko Poli (Hugo Haas), an immigrant who has risen to railroad tycoon. Sandy, knowing that the railroad is to be extended into Dakota, plans to use their $20,000 nest egg to buy land options to sell to the railroad at a profit. On the stage trip to Ft. Abercrombie, their fellow passengers are Jim Bender (Ward Bond) and Bigtree Collins (Mike Mazurki), who practically own the town of Fargo and Devlin is aware that they are prepared to protect the little empire...trying to drive out the farmers by burning their property, destroying their wheat, and blaming the devastation on the Indians. Continuing their journey north on the river aboard the "River Bird', Sandy and John meet Captain Bounce (Walter Brennan), an irascible old seafarer. Two of Bendender's henchmen, Slagin (Grant Withers) and Carp (Paul Fix), board the boat and relieve John of his $20,000 at gunpoint. Captain Bounce, chasing the robber's dinghy, wrecks his boat on a sandbar. At Fargo, the land wars begin and John teams with the wheat farmers against the Bender gang. Several attempts are made on his life and Collins tries to frame him for murder.
60.
Colorado Pioneers (1945) as Little Beaver
In Chicago, Red catches the crook Bull and his two young accomplices. Hoping to reform the boys, he brings them back to the ranch. But upon returning he finds that part of the ranch has been burned and all the hands are quitting.
61.
Great Stagecoach Robbery (1945) as Little Beaver
62.
Pillow to Post (1945) as Wilbur
A girl pretends to be a war bride to get a hotel room in Washington.
63.
Wagon Wheels Westward (1945) as Little Beaver
While not exact remakes, two 1945 westerns - Republic's Wagon Wheels Westward and Monogram's Springtime in Texas - are close enough to the plot of Universal's 1943 Cheyenne Roundup to be labeled next-of-kin versions. Republic's offering finds The Duchess (Alice Fleming) and her nephew Red Ryder (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott) setting out to pioneer a new stagecoach line through the wild, rough country leading to Desert Springs, a small, isolated town. To ensure the customer base for the new line, they are bringing with them a wagon train of prospective settlers who want land of their own and have the cash to pay for it. Red and the Duchess are unaware that their letter to John Larkin (Bob McKenzie), the hotel owner and land agent in Desert Springs, has been intercepted by Dave McKean (Roy Barcroft) and his henchmen. McKean has intentions of letting Larkin complete the land deals and then he and his gang will steal the money. Arriving in Desert Springs, McKean & Co. are startled to find the town completely deserted (because of a rumored gold strike elsewhere), with signs that all of the citizens pulled out in a hurry. Seeing this as even a better opportunity, McKean sets himself and his men up as the town's officials and await the arrival of the prospective pigeons. An added subplot involves newly-wed Arlie Adams (Linda Stirling), a member of the wagon train, being blackmailed by Lunsford (George J. Lewis) over an earlier scandal and, while she was innocently involved, still doesn't want husband Bob Adams (Jay Kirby) to learn about it.
64.
Lone Texas Ranger (1945) as Little Beaver
"Iron Mike" Haines (Tom Chatterton), a crooked sheriff, and "Hands" Weber (Roy Barcroft), the town blacksmith, are in cahoots and have been robbing stages, silver mines, etc., and framing innocent ranchers and cowhands with their deeds. They set out to rob the stage and frame Red Ryder (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott) for it, but the plan backfires and the sheriff is killed. The sheriff's son, Tommy (Jack McClendon), arrives home from college and is given his dad's job, not knowing he was a crook, and swears to get the man who killed him. Weber tells Tommy that Red killed his dad and Tommy sets out to get Red.
65.
Marshal of Laredo (1945) as Little Beaver
66.
Phantom of the Plains (1945) as Little Beaver
Red Ryder (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott) and Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) return to Blue Springs and learn that the Duchess (Alice Fleming), Red's aunt, is going to sell her stagecoach line and marry a snooty Englishman Talbot Champneys (Ian Keith), who is really Fancy Charlie, who has the nasty habit of marrying rich women and then killing them for their fortune. The concerned Red thinks everything is okay until he sees Champneys mistreating Red's horse, Thunder, and he then decides to investigate Champneys because, as he tells Little Beaver, no true Englishman would mistreat a horse. Realizing that he doesn't have much time with Red snooping around, the western Bluebeard persuades the Duchess to return to England with him, meet him at the railroad station to be married and, oh yes, bring her money with her.
67.
The Woman in the Window (1944) as Dickie Wanley
A seductive woman gets an innocent professor mixed up in murder.
68.
The Big Noise (1944) as Egbert Hartley
Although they are only janitors at a detective agency, the boys pass themselves off as sleuths and are engaged to guard an inventor delivering a new bomb. They outwit enemy agents after the bomb and wind up sinking a Japanese submarine.
69.
Vigilantes of Dodge City (1944) as Little Beaver
Red Ryder (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott) and Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) arrive on the scene too late to prevent the hold-up of the freight coach and the theft of a big bank shipment. Red's Aunt, the Duchess (Alice Fleming), operates the freight line and is unaware that banker Luther Jennings (LeRoy Mason) wants to scare her into selling him the freight line at a low figure. Jennings has Red's herd of horses stampeded, and makes it appear that Red staged a fake stampede in order to defraud the government. Captain Glover (Stephen Barclay) arrests Red, who maintains his innocence and persuades General Wingate (Stanley Andrews) to allow him to go after the real crook. Little Beaver accidently finds the gang's cave-hideout and Red and Captain Glover find evidence proving Red's innocence and incriminating Jennings.
70.
Cheyenne Wildcat (1944) as Little Beaver
Two men are partners of the town bank. When one learns the other has cashed in bonds and replaced them with forgeries, he is murdered. The murdered Banker's adopted daughter takes his place and tries to keep the townspeople from losing their money. She will need help from Red Ryder who in turn will need help from Little Beaver when he gets into trouble.
71.
The San Antonio Kid (1944) as Little Beaver
A geologist has found oil on the neighboring ranches and teams up with Ace who has his gang create a reign of terror to get the ranchers to sell out. But to get rid of Red Ryder, Ace sends for the San Antonio Kid. Arriving, the Kid has a freak accident and Red comes along to save his life. When the Kid later meets with Ace he learns that Red is the man he has been paid to kill.
72.
Meet the People (1944) as Jimmy, age 7
A fading stage star tries to revive her career by taking a job in a shipyard.
73.
Marshal of Reno (1944) as Little Beaver
One of two towns will be selected to be the County Seat and Editor Palmer has a gang working to make sure his town is chosen. Investigating the lawlessness, Red Ryder poses as an outlaw to get into the gang hoping to find out who the boss is. But Palmer knows Red and exposes his true identity when he arrives and Red and Gabby then find themselves prisoners of the gang.
74.
Tucson Raiders (1944) as Little Beaver
In Elliot's initial appearance as Red Ryder, he finds himself framed for murder. Little Beaver then foils the crooked Sheriff's attempt to have Red killed excaping jail. When Hannah Rogers gives the Sheriff a note, Red sees her give him a signal. Gabby lifts the note and Red decodes it. The Duchess then gets a confession from Hannah enabling Red to set out after the outlaws.
75.
The Seventh Cross (1944) as Small boy
Seven men escape from a concentration camp and fight their way to freedom.
76.
Lost Angel (1944) as Jerry
A girl raised to be a genius gets lost and discovers the simple pleasure of life.
77.
Sheriff of Las Vegas (1944) as Little Beaver
When the Sheriff of Las Vegas is killed in a bank holdup, Red Ryder is made the new Sheriff. His first problem arises when the Judge is shot and the Judge's son framed for the murder. Red knows the son is innocent from the type of bullet used and after hiding him from the lynch mob, sets a trap for the man he thinks is behind both the robbery and the murder.
78.
Salute to the Marines (1943) as Small boy
A retired Marine gets caught in the middle of the Philippines campaign.
79.
China Girl (1943) as Chandu
While traveling in Burma, an adventurous cameraman falls for a beautiful Chinese girl and they embark on a journey dodging spies.
80.
Mokey (1942) as Mokey Delano
A newlywed tries to deal with her troubled stepchild.
81.
Andy Hardy's Double Life (1942) as "Tooky" [Stedman]
A new college student lets romance get in the way of his studies.
82.
I Love You Again (1940) as Littlejohn Jr.
A solid married man discovers he's forgotten a past existence as a con artist.
83.
Bridal Suite (1939) as Toto
A playboy's fiancee sets out to reform her future husband and his flighty mother.

Writer (feature film)

84.
Father of Hell Town (1985) as From Story
Robert Blake's scrappy, ex-convict-turned-ghetto priest in an impoverished inner-city parish was the latest in his series of original characters (after "Baretta" and "Joe Dancer") and his "Hell Town" turned into a surprise hit (written pseudonymously by Blake). Blake convinced the network into going
85.
Father of Hell Town (1985) as Screenwriter
Robert Blake's scrappy, ex-convict-turned-ghetto priest in an impoverished inner-city parish was the latest in his series of original characters (after "Baretta" and "Joe Dancer") and his "Hell Town" turned into a surprise hit (written pseudonymously by Blake). Blake convinced the network into going

Producer (feature film)

86.
Father of Hell Town (1985) as Executive Producer
Robert Blake's scrappy, ex-convict-turned-ghetto priest in an impoverished inner-city parish was the latest in his series of original characters (after "Baretta" and "Joe Dancer") and his "Hell Town" turned into a surprise hit (written pseudonymously by Blake). Blake convinced the network into going
87.
Murder 1, Dancer 0 (1983) as Executive Producer
The last of Robert Blake's three Joe Dancer movies, like its predecessors, filmed in 1981, finds the private investigator framed for manslaughter as he tries to uncover a Hollywood scandal that could ruin a studio and destroy a top star's career. Original titles: "Joe Dancer III" and "Lights, Camera
88.
Big Black Pill, The (1981) as Executive Producer
The first of three private-eye movies created by Robert Blake about rugged Joe Dancer as the forerunner to a prospective but unrealized series after the retirement of his "Baretta" character. In the initial outing, Blake, as Dancer, follows a trail of bodies through a maze of corruption involving a
89.
Monkey Mission, The (1981) as Executive Producer
Robert Blake's second (of three) Joe Dancer movies has the hard-boiled private investigator teaming up with a chimp named Gregor, his trainer (John Fiedler) who happens to be an expert sneak thief, and an electronics genius of questionable repute (Keenan Wynn) to steal back a priceless vase looted f
90.
Of Mice and Men (1981) as Executive Producer
Robert Blake and much of the creative talent involved in his "Baretta" series and three "Joe Dancer" TV-movies tackled this television adaptation of John Steinbeck's classic novel focusing on the lives of a pair of itinerant ranch hands in the rural south. Blake and Randy Quaid have the roles taken

Misc. Crew (feature film)

91.
Murder 1, Dancer 0 (1983)
The last of Robert Blake's three Joe Dancer movies, like its predecessors, filmed in 1981, finds the private investigator framed for manslaughter as he tries to uncover a Hollywood scandal that could ruin a studio and destroy a top star's career. Original titles: "Joe Dancer III" and "Lights, Camera
92.
Murder 1, Dancer 0 (1983)
The last of Robert Blake's three Joe Dancer movies, like its predecessors, filmed in 1981, finds the private investigator framed for manslaughter as he tries to uncover a Hollywood scandal that could ruin a studio and destroy a top star's career. Original titles: "Joe Dancer III" and "Lights, Camera

Cast (special)

93.
Natalie Wood: The E! True Hollywood Story (1997) as Interviewee
Chronicles the life of actress Natalie Wood.
94.
NBC All-Star Hour, The (1985)
The program features highlights of NBC's Fall 1985-86 season with performers introducing clips from their series.
95.
American Film Institute Salute to John Huston, The (1983)
The American Film Institute presents its 11th Annual Distinguished Life Achievement Award to director, screenwriter and actor, John Huston, at a black-tie dinner at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on March 3, 1983.

Cast (special)

96.
Blood Feud (1983) as James Hoffa

Cast (short)

97.
Radio Bugs (1944)
In this comedic short, a gang of children try out a career as radio stars.
98.
Tale of a Dog (1944)
In this comedic short, a town is led into panic after a child names his dog "Smallpox."
99.
Dancing Romeo (1944)
In this short film, a boy is taken with a young girl he sees dancing and decides to give a dance recital in the hopes of winning her over.
100.
Three Smart Guys (1943)
In this comedic short, three boys attempt to skip school to go fishing.
101.
Family Troubles (1943)
In this comedic short, a young girl decides to run away from home.
102.
Little Miss Pinkerton (1943)
A young girl must save her friends from a gang of burglars in this comedic short.
103.
Calling All Kids (1943)
In this short film, a gang of kids salute the armed forces in a stage show.
104.
Election Daze (1943)
In this comedic short, two members of a children's gang run for club president.
105.
Farm Hands (1943)
In this short film, a gang of kids spend some time on a farm.
106.
Benjamin Franklin, Jr. (1943)
In this short film, a gang of children put on a show based upon Benjamin Franklin's "Poor Richard's Almanac".
107.
Mighty Lak a Goat (1942)
A gang of children try to clean the mud from their clothes, but gain a pretty horrific stench in this comedic short.
108.
Don't Lie (1942)
In this comedic short, a boy spots an escaped circus monkey enter a "haunted house"... but his friends just don't believe him.
109.
Unexpected Riches (1942)
In this short comedy, a gang of children dream about what it would be like to be rich.
110.
Going to Press (1942)
In this short film, a gang of children has started up a newspaper to find out who is the "boss" behind a new gang of tough kids.
111.
Melodies Old and New (1942)
In this comedic short, a gang of children decide to put on a show.
112.
Rover's Big Chance (1942)
In this short film, a gang of children's talented dog is offered the chance for a Hollywood screen test.
113.
Surprised Parties (1942)
In this short film, a gang of children attempt to throw a surprise party for their friend.
114.
Doin' Their Bit (1942)
As part of their contribution to the war effort, a gang of children decide to stage a show for local servicemen in this comedic short.
115.
Main Street on the March! (1941)
This short film focuses on America's changing mood to events leading up to WWII.
116.
Wedding Worries (1941)
A girl''s friends believe her new stepmother is an evil stepmother from a fairy tale and attempt to break up the wedding in this comedic short.
117.
Fightin' Fools (1941)
In this comedic short, two rival gangs of children duke it out.
118.
Helping Hands (1941)
In this short film, a gang of children support the war effort.
119.
Ye Olde Minstrels (1941)
In this short film, a gang wants to raise money for the Red Cross and decide to put on a minstrelsy show.
120.
Baby Blues (1941)
This early short comedy (clumsily) attempts to reexamine Asian stereotypes.
121.
Robot Wrecks (1941)
In this comedic short, a gang of children build a robot to assist them with their chores.
122.
1-2-3 Go! (1941)
In this short film, a gang of children form a society to promote automobile safety awareness.
123.
Come Back, Miss Pipps (1941)
A gang of children help to save their favorite teacher from losing her job in this short film.
124.
All About Hash (1940)
In this short film, a gang of children put on a radio skit to teach their parents not to fight over cooking breakfast hash for dinner.
125.
Kiddie Kure (1940)
In this comedic short, a gang of children are invited over to dine with a cranky hypochondriac.
126.
Goin' Fishin' (1940)
In this short film, a gang of children face several comedic problems on their fishing trip.
127.
Alfalfa's Double (1940)
In this short film, a boy comes face to face with a wealthy lookalike, and the two boys decide to trade places.
128.
Bubbling Troubles (1940)
A boy tries to impress a girl by drinking a "dynamite" brew in this comedic short.
129.
The Big Premiere (1940)
In this short film, a gang of children stage their own premier night in a barn.
130.
The New Pupil (1940)
In this comedic short, two boys fall in love with a new girl at school, but are forced to join her in a tea party.
131.
Waldo's Last Stand (1940)
In this short film, a gang of children decide to put on a show to help their friend sell lemonade.
132.
Good Bad Boys (1940)
Deciding that a life of crime suits them, a gang of children gets mixed up with a real burglar in this comedic short.
133.
Captain Spanky's Show Boat (1939)
In this short film, a gang of children put an abandoned show boat back to use and put on a show.
134.
Time Out for Lessons (1939)
In this short film, a boy learns the importance of keeping up with his school grades.
135.
Joy Scouts (1939)
In this comedic short, a gang of children decide to head off on an unsupervised camping adventure.
136.
Auto Antics (1939)
In this short film, a gang of kids join a soap box race hoping to win so that they can take the prize money and get their dog back from the dog-catcher.
137.
Dad for a Day (1938)
In this short film, a service station owner falls in love with a widowed woman with a son who runs the lunch counter next door.

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