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Cast (feature film)

Young Fury (1965) as
A group of young thugs rides into the town of Dawson and take it over. When the cowardly sheriff is unable to restore control, the parents of the leader must take action. The leader's father is an infamous ex-gunfighter, and he straps his guns on one more time. But will he be forced into a showdown with his own son?
The Hanging Tree (1959) as
A doctor saves a man from hanging then tries to run his life.
No Time for Sergeants (1958) as Fighter in bar scene
A hillbilly draftee turns the Air Force upside down.
Affair in Reno (1957) as Pete
The Steel Jungle (1956) as Harry
A convict¿s loyalty to the mob is when they threaten his pregnant wife.
World in My Corner (1956) as Spectator
A scrappy fighter from Jersey City named Tommy Shea -- "born in a dump, educated in an alley" -- catches the eye of wealthy businessman, Robert Mallinson, who allows him to train at his Long Island estate. Shea soon falls for Mallinson's daughter, Dorothy, but fears he doesn't have the money to support her in proper style. To get this money, Shea decides to work with crooked fight-promoter Harry Cram, even though this means dropping his honest manager, Dave Bernstein. As the big fight approaches, however, Shea begins to have second thoughts.
The Command (1954) as Trooper
A high-minded doctor suddenly finds himself leading a Cavalry troop through hostile territory.
The Bounty Hunter (1954) as Bushrat
A bounty hunter attempts to track down three killers.
Calamity Jane (1953) as
The Wild West heroine helps bring a star attraction to Deadwood and finds love.
So Big (1953) as Bidder
A schoolteacher-turned-farmer fights to save the land and her son.
The Man Behind the Gun (1953) as Henchman
A cavalry officer sent to stop a rebellion helps found the city of Los Angeles.
The Lawless Breed (1953) as Starter
Released from jail, John Wesley Hardin leaves an account of his life with the local newspaper. It tells of his overly religious father, his resulting life of cards and guns, and his love for his step-sister replaced on her death during a gun fight with that for dance-hall girl Rosie.
So This Is Love (1953) as Stagehand
Opera singer Grace Moore turns to popular music when her dreams of a classical career fail to materialize.
Here Come the Marines (1952) as Hoodlum
When they''re drafted, the Bowery Boys set out to solve a murder.
The Lion and the Horse (1952) as Clown
A cowboy fights to save a wild horse from its exploitative owner.
Carson City (1952) as Bearded miner
When the local stagecoach is raided by bandits, a western banker sinks all of his capital into a railway line.
The Duel at Silver Creek (1952) as
The "Silver Kid" is an orphan who is deputized by the marshal of Silver City to help rid the town of a gang of gold mine claim-jumpers who will kill anyone who stands in their way.
The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima (1952) as Jose
Three children from a small village claim to have seen a vision of the Virgin Mary.
The People Against O'Hara (1951) as William Sheffield
A defense attorney jeopardizes his career to save his client.
Rhubarb (1951) as
Rich, eccentric T.J. Banner adopts a feral cat who becomes an affectionate pet. Then T.J. dies, leaving to Rhubarb most of his money and a pro baseball team, the Brooklyn Loons. When the team protests, publicist Eric Yeager convinces them Rhubarb is good luck. But Eric's fiancTe Polly seems to be allergic to cats, and the team's success may mean new hazards for Rhubarb.
Let's Go Navy (1951) as Sailor
The Bowery Boys join the Navy to catch some crooks posing as sailors.
The Fuller Brush Girl (1950) as Punchy
A daffy door-to-door saleswoman blunders into a murder investigation.
Barricade (1950) as Miner
Two fugitives try to prove the head of a mining camp is a murderer.
Hot Rod (1950) as Hold-up man
David Langham (James Lydon), the youngest son of a hot-rod hating father, Judge Langham (Art Baker), buys an old jalopy but, out of respect for his father, doesn't convert it. He changes his mind when Jack Blodgett (Tommy Bond), the local speed demon, impresses David's girl, Janie Pitts (Gloria Winters), and David makes his car the fastest in town. Jack steals David's hot rod, and flees the scene of an accident he causes. The car is traced back to David, but the truth comes out in court, although David's father is still unhappy about the car...until David and his friend, Swifty Johnson (Gil Stratton Jr.), use it to apprehend some escaping robbers. The Judge decides to back a movement for building a hot-rod race track for the town.
Pretty Baby (1950) as Waiter
A pair of advertising executives use a woman's child to snag a client.
Blues Busters (1950) as Teddy Davis
The Bowery Boys open a night club when a tonsillectomy turns one of them into a singing star.
The Great Jewel Robber (1950) as Police officer
A master thief escapes from a Canadian prison farm and makes his way to New York.
Montana (1950) as Baker
An Australian gets caught in the battle between ranchers and sheep men.
Madame Bovary (1949) as Guest
A romantic country girl sacrifices her marriage when she thinks she's found true love.
South of St. Louis (1949) as Kip's henchman
Incident (1949) as Oscar, bartender
A stockbroker is jumped one night and beaten up by gangsters; it turns out they mistook him for another gangsters, whom he closely resembles. Determined to find the intended victim and ensure that he doesn't get assaulted again, he finds himself involved with a beautiful blonde who gets him entangled in a plot involving hijacking and murder.
Big City (1948) as Fighter
Three bachelors adopt an orphan, then fight over custody when each falls in love.
Albuquerque (1948) as Bandit
Cole Armin (Randolph Scott) comes to Albuquerque to work for his uncle, John Armin (George Cleveland), a despotic and hard-hearted czar who operates an ore-hauling freight line, and whose goal is to eliminate a competing line run by Ted Wallace (Russell Hayden) and his sister Celia (Catherine Craig). Cole tires of his uncle's heavy-handed tactics and switches over to the Wallace side. Lety Tyler, an agent hired by the uncle, also switches over by warning Cole and Ted of a trap set for them by the uncle and his henchman Juke Murkil (Lon Chaney Jr.).
Return of the Bad Men (1948) as Deputy
A farmer falls for the female leader of a band of notorious outlaws.
Whiplash (1948) as Second
An artist becomes a boxer but finds that it may not have been the best career choice.
Sons of Adventure (1948) as Baldy
April Showers (1948) as Stage manager
A family vaudeville act is torn apart by the father's drinking problem.
The Mighty McGurk (1947) as Big-nosed derelict
A punch-drunk prizefighter living on the Bowery takes in an orphaned boy.
Trail Street (1947) as Henchman
Bat Masterson fights to make Kansas safe for wheat farmers.
Suddenly, It's Spring (1947) as Cab driver
Captain Mary Morley (Paulette Goddard), WAC marital-relations expert, known as "Captain Lonelyhearts", returns from overseas as escort to some G.I. war brides, and she hopes to patch up the estrangement from Peter Morley (Fred MacMurray), her husband and former law partner. The latter has fallen for beautiful Gloria Fay (Arleen Whelan) and is waiting at the airport with a divorce consent requiring Mary's signature. Peter, hoping to be more persuasive later, asks her to have dinner with him later at the Ski Club. Jack Lindsay (Macdonald Carey), a client of Peter's who has been using their apartment mistakes Mary for one of the intended bridesmaids and asks about Gloria. Now that Mary knows about Gloria, she asks Jack to bring Gloria to the Ski Club dinner. Still in love with Peter, Mary refuses to sign the divorce paper and asks Jack to take her home. Mary is ordered to Fort Sheridan and Peter and Jack board her train - Peter still after her signature and Jack also hoping she will sign as he has fallen for her. Jack advises Peter to make himself so repulsive that Mary will be glad to get rid of him. When Mary reaches Chicago, she is met by three WAC officers and Peter, puffing a king-size cigar, who swoops in and scoops her into his arms. Realizing that Peter must want a divorce badly by staging such a performance, Mary finally consents. Later, when Mary and Peter are going through their personal effects, they begin to reminisce and realize their disagreements were over trivial matters. They embrace, leaving Jack and Gloria out in the cold.
The Man I Love (1947) as Drunk
A night-club singer gets involved with a mobster.
Bringing Up Father (1946) as Jim
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945) as Clerk
An angel is sent to destroy the earth with a trumpet blast.
Santa Fe Saddlemates (1945) as Waiter
Governor Price (Frank Jaquet) sends Sunset Carson (Sunset Carson) to investigate a smuggling ring which is baffling the Border Patrol. Newspaper woman Ann Morton (Linda Stirling) is working incognito in the saloon waiting for a break on the smuggling story. By posing as an expected outlaw named Brazos Kane (Kenne Duncan), Sunset becomes a member of the gang. Ann discovers his real identity and purpose but conceals her knowledge, even from him.
The San Antonio Kid (1944) as Cowboy
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.
Destination Tokyo (1944) as Crew member
A U.S. sub braves enemy waters during World War II.
The Adventures of Mark Twain (1944) as Shopkeeper
Twain moves from Mississippi riverboats to the Gold Rush to literary immortality.
Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) as Schultz
A musical portrait of composer/singer/dancer George M. Cohan. From his early days as a child-star in his family's vaudeville show up to the time of his comeback at which he received a medal from the president for his special contributions to the US, this is the life- story of George M. Cohan, who produced, directed, wrote and starred in his own musical shows for which he composed his famous songs.
Shadow of the Thin Man (1941) as Mug
High society sleuths Nick and Nora Charles run into a variety of shady characters while investigating a race-track murder.
Submarine D-1 (1937) as Sailor
Recruits on a new submarine fall for the same girl.
Road Gang (1936) as Convict
A reporter exposes corruption on a southern chain gang.
Swing Time (1936) as
To prove himself worthy of his fiancee, a dancer tries to make it big, only to fall for his dancing partner.
The Gay Desperado (1936) as
A Mexican bandit kidnaps a singing cowboy star to learn American ways.
The Irish in Us (1935) as Chick
The sons of an Irish family have to choose among police work, prize fighting and love.
Folies Bergère de Paris (1935) as Rubber
An entertainer impersonates a look-alike banker, causing comic confusion for his girlfriend and his double's wife.
Under Pressure (1935) as Sailor
No More Women (1934) as <I>Pelican</I> crew
The Personality Kid (1934) as Spike
Success corrupts a young prizefighter and leads him to neglect his wife.
Little Miss Marker (1934) as
A big-time gambler picks up a young girl as security on an IOU.
Stingaree (1934) as Man with beard
An Australian bandit kidnaps an opera singer and falls in love with her.
King Kong (1933) as Member of ship's crew
A film crew discovers the "eighth wonder of the world," a giant prehistoric ape, and brings him back to New York, where he wreaks havoc.
Tillie and Gus (1933) as
Tillie and Augustus Winterbottom are thought to be missionaries when they arrive to find Phineas Pratt trying cheat the Sheridans out of her father's inheritance, including a ferry franchise and a boat. The only way to keep the franchise is to win a race against Pratt's boat.
Speakeasy (1929) as
Newspaper staffer Alice Woods persuades the editor to allow her to chase a story, that of prizefight contender Martin, who is about to fight for the championship. However, he does not know that his manager is preparing to double-cross him.
The Man I Love (1929) as K. O. O'Hearn
Woman Trap (1929) as Himself, a boxer

Producer (feature film)

Seven Days Leave (1930) as Adv

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Right to the Heart (1942) as Boxing instructor

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Escape from Red Rock (1958) as Double
Soldiers Three (1951) as Stuntman
Three British officers look for adventure in 19th-century India.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) as Stand in
A deformed bell ringer rescues a gypsy girl falsely accused of witchcraft and murder.

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