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Harold Schuster

Harold Schuster



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Also Known As: Died: July 19, 1986
Born: August 1, 1902 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cherokee, Iowa, USA Profession: Director ...


Director (feature film)

The Crowning Experience (1960) as Director
Portland Exposé (1957) as Director
Courage of Black Beauty (1957) as Director
Dragoon Wells Massacre (1957) as Director
Down Liberty Road (1956) as Director
Finger Man (1955) as Director
Treasury agents, desperate to get evidence on syndicate kingpin Dutch Becker, give ex-con hood Casey Martin a in prison or courting sudden death as a government 'finger man.' Finding that his sister is now a drug addict thanks to Becker, Martin agrees to go undercover. Becker's chief aide proves to be sadistic Lou Terpe, Martin's former cellmate whom he can't stand the sight of. And the danger hanging over Martin expands to threaten those around him...
The Return of Jack Slade (1955) as Director
Tarzan's Hidden Jungle (1955) as Director
Hunters drive animals out of a sanctuary so they can shoot them.
Port of Hell (1954) as Director
The new warden of a large American harbor raises the hackles of sailors and fishermen by his strict enforcement of all the safety rules. He takes the time, though, to romance the sister of his biggest rival.
Security Risk (1954) as Director
Loophole (1954) as Director
Jack Slade (1953) as Director
A twelve year old Joey Slade sees his father gunned down in front of him and decides that he will dedicate his life to ridding society of all outlaws. He assumes the name Jack and as an adult takes on hired gun type jobs in order to achieve his revenge.
Kid Monk Baroni (1952) as Director
So Dear to My Heart (1949) as Photoplay dir
A farm boy adopts a black lamb and tries to keep it out of trouble.
The Tender Years (1948) as Director
The first of the Edward L. Alperson "Alson Productions" for 20th Century-Fox distribution, featuring the return to the screen, after nearly a four-year absence, of comedian Joe E. Brown, in a non-comedic role. The story is set in a small mid-western town in the 1880's, where minister William "Will" Norris (Joe E. Brown) becomes involved in the vicious fights held in the local dog-pit when one of the injured animals escapes its brutal master and seeks refuge in the Norris home. Forced by law to return the dog to its owner, the minister goes against his religious teachings and, with his son Ted (Richard Lyon), steals the dog in an effort to rouse public sympathy against the dog fights and against cruelty to all animals. The film was endorsed in many locations by local chapters of the American Humane Society and/or the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Breakfast in Hollywood (1946) as Director
Marine Raiders (1944) as Director
Marine buddies training in Australia battle over love.
My Friend Flicka (1943) as Director
A boy''s love for a horse helps him grow up.
Girl Trouble (1942) as Director
The Postman Didn't Ring (1942) as Director
A government mail sack, missing for fifty years, is now being delivered. Stamp collector Julie Martin (Brenda Joyce) follows postal inspector Brennon (Stanley Andrews) on his delivery tour, hoping to find some rare stamps for her philatelist customers. One letter brings love and warmth to a lonely spinster from a sweetheart lost in a war, another a welcome bravery citation to Civil War veteran Slade (Will Wright) and a third is to the parents of the now-state governor from his high school principal requesting he be disciplined for throwing spitballs in class. Dan Carter (Richard Travis), the owner of the village supply store who extends local farmers unlimited credit and, as a result, is on the verge of foreclosure by the ruthless Harwood banking family, get a letter sent by his grandfather to his father containing 500 shares of stock in the Harwood bank. The Harwood family fights back by charging Dan with fraud, but Judge Colt (Spencer Charters) and Dan's Aunt Martha (Emma Dunn) aid him.
On the Sunny Side (1942) as Director
A Very Young Lady (1941) as Director
Tomboy (Withers) is sent to finishing school where she falls for the headmaster (Sutton). When her love letters are discovered she okays his relation with a teacher (Kelly) and gets her first kiss from a beau (Clayton).
Small Town Deb (1941) as Director
Family bickering features young daughter (Withers) favored by her father (Kellaway) and older daughter (Wright) by favored by snobbish mother (Alexander).
Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me (1940) as Director
Framed (1940) as Director
South to Karanga (1940) as Director
Diamond Frontier (1940) as Director
Zanzibar (1940) as Director
One Hour to Live (1939) as Director
Exposed (1938) as Director
Swing That Cheer (1938) as Director
Wings of the Morning (1937) as Director
When a young horse trainer falls for a Gypsy girl, it reignites an old family feud.
Dinner at the Ritz (1937) as Director
The daughter of a murdered financier is working as a jewelry salesperson while she tracks those among her father's colleagues who plotted against him.
Spring Tonic (1935) as Dir of added scenes

Editing (feature film)

The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (1935) as Film Editor
An expatriate Russian prince creates a scandal by winning big at the gambling tables.
One More Spring (1935) as Film Editor
The Farmer Takes a Wife (1935) as Film Editor
A farmer tries to convince the cook on a canal boat to leave her exciting life for him.
I Am Suzanne! (1934) as Editing
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...
Marie Galante (1934) as Film Editor
Marie is kidnapped and taken aboard ship, then thrown off at Yucatan. She winds up singing in a cafe in the Panama Canal zone. There she gets involved in a plot to destroy the canal and runs into American intelligence officer Crawbett.
All Men Are Enemies (1934) as Film Editor
Now I'll Tell (1934) as Film Editor
Golden is a two-bit gambler who has promised wife Virginia he'll quit when he makes $200,000. When he fixes a fight he gets mobster Mossiter mad, then loses his fortune to him. He pawns his wife's jewels and takes out an insurance policy on himself.
Zoo in Budapest (1933) as Editing
An orphan escapes her keepers to be with a young man raised at the zoo whose only friends are animals.
Berkeley Square (1933) as Film Editor
Leslie Howards time-travels between 1784 and 1933 London in this fantasy romance.
Dangerously Yours (1933) as Editing
Almost Married (1932) as Editing
Russian beauty Anita Mellikovna, traveling by train with a forged passport and carrying jewels, finds the police on her tail. Seeing Deene Maxwell, whom she met one summer in Scotland, on a train across the tracks, Anita climbs out of her train and enters his compartment. Deene, a British official traveling to Moscow, suggests they pose as husband and wife, since he has diplomatic immunity, and offers to marry her at the British Embassy. After the wedding, Anita reveals that she is already married to an eccentric, violent composer, Louis Capristi, whom she left on their wedding night after he threatened her. Meanwhile, Capristi, under the name Charles Pringle, is imprisoned in an English asylum for the criminally insane since he strangled a woman to death. Anita and Deene are happily in love in England when they are confronted by Capristi, who escaped after he heard about their marriage. Capristi threatens to have them arrested for bigamy unless they allow him to stay a few days until his boat for South America sails. Deene's friend, Scotland Yard Inspector Slante, becomes suspicious of Capristi and posts guards to watch him. One evening in a restaurant in Soho, the French girl Mariette recognizes Capristi as Pringle, and he murders her. Disguising his voice, Capristi calls Deene and lures him out of the house by telling him to meet Slante at Mariette's apartment.
A Passport to Hell (1932) as Film Editor
Call Her Savage (1932) as Film Editor
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.
Chandu the Magician (1932) as Film Editor
A hypnotist fights to stop a madman from destroying the world.
Devil's Lottery (1932) as Editing
Don't Bet on Women (1931) as Film Editor
A bachelor bets his married friend that he can get a kiss from any woman in 24 hours -- including the man's wife.
The Man Who Came Back (1931) as Film Editor
Always Goodbye (1931) as Editing
Ambassador Bill (1931) as Film Editor
An American ambassador arrives in a small country that is being convulsed by political intrigue and civil unrest. He befriends the young boy who is to be the country's king, to ensure that the boy is prepared to take on the role and also to see that he lives long enough to assume the crown.
Reckless Living (1931) as Editing
Skyline (1931) as Film Editor
Quick Millions (1931) as Editing
Truck driver Bugs Raymond organizes the trucking associations and takes protection money. Now rich, he decides to marry socialite Dorothy Stone. She rejects him for another, so he makes plans to kidnap her on her wedding day.
Renegades (1930) as Film Editor
Women Everywhere (1930) as Film Editor
Such Men Are Dangerous (1930) as Film Editor
Frozen Justice (1929) as Film Editor
Four Devils (1929) as Film Editor
South Sea Rose (1929) as Film Editor
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927) as Cutter
In this silent film, a farmer's affair with a city woman almost destroys his life.

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