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Cast (feature film)

These Wilder Years (1956) as Board of directors member
A wealthy businessman sets out to find his long-lost illegitimate son.
The Long, Long Trailer (1954) as Mr. Bolton
Life on the road isn''t what it''s cracked up to be when a honeymooning couple invests in an oversized motor home.
Sabrina (1954) as Board member
Two wealthy brothers fall for the chauffeur's daughter.
Tobor the Great (1954) as Congressman
As projected here, a thinly-disguised NASA, working with nuclear rockets, is ready for manned flights in the mid-fifties...but Dr. Ralph Harrison doesn't think so, and resigns in protest. Colleague Prof. Nordstrom promptly enlists his aid in developing an alternative robot Spaceman! Naturally, foreign spies are keenly interested... Uses documentary footage of early space research.
Ride, Vaquero! (1953) as
Ranchers in New Mexico have to face Indians and bandits.
Arena (1953) as Eastern tourist
A rodeo star fights to mend his broken marriage.
Red River Shore (1953) as Benjamin Willoughby
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) as Man at bridge
Three models pool their resources to rent a posh penthouse in hopes of snaring rich husbands.
City That Never Sleeps (1953) as Doctor
Chicago cop Johnny Kelly, dissatisfied with his job and marriage, would like to run away with his stripper girlfriend Angel Face, but keeps getting cold feet. During one crowded night, Angel Face decides she's had enough vacillation, and crooked lawyer Biddel has an illegal mission for Johnny that could put him in a financial position to act. But other, conflicting schemes are also in progress...
Powder River (1953) as Deputy
Ex-marshal Chino Bull has hung up his guns until his prospecting partner is shot dead. Chino then takes over as the law in town, forming a friendship with gun-man Mitch Hardin and making enemies of the Logan brothers. When Hardin' girl from the east arrives, he makes her pretty unwelcome - as does his new flame, saloon owner Frenchie.
With a Song in My Heart (1952) as Doctor
This film focuses on the rise of an aspiring songstress.
Carbine Williams (1952) as John Swanson
True story of the convicted bootlegger who fought for his freedom by inventing a new rifle.
Something for the Birds (1952) as Senator Beecham
A conservationist fights to save the habitat of the California condor and to do it she works her way into the affections of a representative of the oil company that wants the land for their own purposes.
Washington Story (1952) as Journal reporter
A reporter in search of government corruption falls for a congressman.
My Wife's Best Friend (1952) as Roger Walters
Young Man With Ideas (1952) as Mr. Bowker
A country lawyer moves his family to Los Angeles.
Don't Bother to Knock (1952) as Toastmaster
A man with anger issues finds himself drawn to an unstable young beauty.
The Unknown Man (1951) as Court clerk
A scrupulously honest lawyer discovers that the client he''''s gotten off was really guilty.
Follow the Sun (1951) as Temporary chairman
The Family Secret (1951) as Reporter
When his son accidentally kills someone, a lawyer must defend the man wrongly charged with the murder.
Street Bandits (1951) as Brownell
Pals of the Golden West (1951) as Col. Wells
A border patrolman fights to stop smugglers from bringing in diseased cattle.
Pride of Maryland (1951) as Dr. Paley
The Big Gusher (1951) as Jim Tolman
Two oil-field roughnecks try to protect their land from a con artist until they can strike oil.
Father's Wild Game (1950) as Postmaster
Cover Up (1949) as Blakely
An insurance investigator smells something wrong when he looks into a small-town suicide.
The Sky Dragon (1949) as Doctor
Ladies of the Chorus (1949) as Doctor
A one-time burlesque star tries to shield her daughter so she can marry a nice young man.
Hold That Baby! (1949) as Dr. Foster
The Bowery Boys discover a lost baby they think is heir to a fortune.
Riders of the Whistling Pines (1949) as Dr. Farley
Arson--Inc. (1949) as Night watchman
Alias the Champ (1949) as "Doc" Morgan
Sorrowful Jones (1949) as Psychiatrist
A young girl is left with the notoriously cheap Sorrowful Jones as a marker for a bet. When her father doesn't return, he learns that taking care of a child interferes with his free-wheeling lifestyle. Sorrowful must also evade crooked gangsters and indulge in a bit of horse-thieving.
Brothers in the Saddle (1949) as Judge Coulter
When he thinks his brother has let him down, a cowboy goes bad.
Down Dakota Way (1949) as Dr. George "Doc" Fredericks
Rancher H. T. McKenzie (Roy Barcroft) is informed by veterinarian George Fredericks (Emmett Vogan) that his cattle are carriers of the hoof-and-mouth disease and must be destroyed. McKenzie hires Steve Paxton (Byron Barr) to kill the vet and steal his report. Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers) and the Riders of the Purple Sage (Foy Willing, Darol Rice, George Bamby and Al Sloey) on their way to the Cheyenne Rodeo, detour through Sun Rock so that Roy can visit his old schoolteacher Dolly Paxton (Elisabeth Risdon), Steve's stepmother. Roy becomes involved in the chase of Steve by Sheriff Holbrook (Montie Montana). Ruth Shaw (Dale Evans) tells Roy that the schoolboard has fired Dolly because of Steve, and that she has turned into a crushed and bitter woman still willing to defend her stepson. Roy discovers a McKenzie calf with symptoms of hoof-and-mouth which puts him on the trail of McKenzie.
South of Rio (1949) as Henry Waterman
The Sickle or the Cross (1949) as Walt Deems
Post Office Investigator (1949) as Post office superintendent
One Sunday Afternoon (1949) as Gray-haired man
A dentist in turn-of-the-century New York thinks he may have married the wrong girl.
Rusty Saves a Life (1949) as Mr. Foley
A faithful dog rescues his master from a life of delinquency.
Cass Timberlane (1948) as Beehouse
An aging judge creates a scandal when he marries a younger woman from the wrong side of the tracks.
The Return of October (1948) as Veterinarian
An heiress discovers her racehorse is the reincarnation of her rich uncle, back to win the Kentucky Derby.
Fighting Father Dunne (1948) as Defense attorney
A dedicated priest tries to reform a group of homeless boys in turn-of-the-century St. Louis.
Best Man Wins (1948) as Steward
The Fuller Brush Man (1948) as Police doctor
A bumbling salesman gets mixed up in murder.
Smugglers' Cove (1948) as Attorney Williams
The Bowery Boys take on a gang of German smugglers.
Train to Alcatraz (1948) as Prosecuting attorney
Docks of New Orleans (1948) as Henri Castanero
The LaFontanne Chemical Company is shipping out a load of we're not sure what, disguised as something entirely different. Mr. Pereaux and Mr. Grock don't want that shipment to ever arrive anywhere, and they and a man named Aquirre mean to stop it at any cost. The ship's owner, Mr. Fontanne, smells a large rat and calls Chan in on the case, since the famous detective is in New Orleans because, well, because he felt like being in New Orleans, I guess. Chan gets what facts there are from LaFontanne, who is promply set upon by a gang who attempt to kidnap him, but fail. Mr. LaFontanne's partners come up with some insurance; just by chance they tell him, a partnership agreement (why they would have been running a company all this time without one is another large mystery which will not be solved) that bestows upon the living partners the portion owned by a deceased partner. Then the guy who invented the formula for the poison gas that the company is making but who was, in his opinion, swindled out of his rights to make a profit from it, shows up and threatens LaFontanne with a gun. Well, he turns out to be a harmless crank. Or is he? Everyone seems suspect, clues are boundless but don't seem to fit into any particular pattern or too many patterns, take your pick. But Chan must solve the mystery before Monogram is depleted of out-of-date film stock. Can he?
The Denver Kid (1948) as Capt. Stan Roberts
When Border Patrol Lieut. Roberts is killed, it appears that his brother Tim was the killer. To clear the Robert's name for his boss, Lieut. Rocky Lane heads south of the border posing as an outlaw. He hopes to get in with the gang and find Tim who is using an assumed name. As always, Nugget is there to help.
Mary Lou (1948) as Murry Harris
The Gallant Legion (1948) as Newsman
When power-hungry Faulkner and Leroux want to divide Texas into smaller sections, instead of allowing it to enter the Union as a single state, Gary Conway and the Texas Rangers must step in to thwart their chicanery.
The Beginning or the End (1947) as Medical major
True story of the Manhattan Project and the race to build the atomic bomb.
Song of Scheherazade (1947) as Coachman
In 1865, the cadets of a Russian Naval Academy ship have shore leave in Morocco; among them is (fictionalized) future composer 'Nicky' Rimsky-Korsakov. In search of a piano, Nicky and singing ship's doctor Klin meet a family of once-wealthy Spanish colonists...and their daughter Cara who secretly dances in a cabaret. Romantic complications ensue, but Nicky seems less interested in Cara's favors than in inspirations for his future masterpieces.
Mr. District Attorney (1947) as Harper
The Perils of Pauline (1947) as Exhibitor
The world''''s worst actress rises to stardom as serial queen Pearl White.
Devil Ship (1947) as Detective Hansen
Captain Biff Brown (Richard Lane) owns a boat used to ferry prisoners from the mainland to Alcatraz. The police find some escape tools on his boat and, although Brown isn't involved, his contract is terminated and he goes back to tuna fishing. Brown takes his friend Sanderson (William Bishop) to his boarding house and introduces him to his sweetheart Madge Harris (Louise Campbell) and Sanderson also falls in love with her. A gang headed by Red Mason (Damian O'Flynn) and trying to escape the country bribe Brown's engineer, Venatti (Anthony Caruso), and are hiding on the boat the next time Brown and Sanderson take it out. They take over the boat but a storm is approaching...
Her Husband's Affairs (1947) as Mr. Miller
An ad man fights off his wife''''s attempts to help him market an embalming fluid that doubles as a hair remover.
The Red Stallion (1947) as Auctioneer
Yong Joel Curtis (Ted Donaldson) finds an orphaned colt in the woods, whom he names "Red" and raises and trains him. When he learns that his grandmother (Jane Darwell) is going to have to sell her ranch to pay off the debts, he trains Red, with the help of Andy McBride (Robert Paige), as a race horse with the intention of selling his beloved animal friend in order to pay off his grandmother's debts.
Cigarette Girl (1947) as Eddie Fielding
Boy (Jimmy Lloyd) meets Girl (Leslie Brooks.) Boy tells Girl he is an oil company president and she tells him she is a popular night club singer. Boy and Girl are telling each other little white lies. But, via some contrived plot complications, Boy becomes a tycoon and the former night club cigarette-selling Girl becomes the Cinderella of Broadway, singing with the Russ Morgan Orchestra. Boy and Girl tell each other they are still more comfortable just being their humble selves. Girl neglects to tell Boy that her singing has been dubbed.
Jewels of Brandenburg (1947) as Wilson
Smoky River Serenade (1947) as Sam Givins
Last of the Redmen (1947) as Bob Wheelwright
That's My Gal (1947) as Attorney general
Two sharpie promoters (Don Barry and Frank Jenks) put on a show they believe is so bad it will not play more than one day and they therefore will not have to pay the long list of investors,i.e, suckers and buyers. But one of the investors dies intestate and his interests pass to the state. The governor's secretary (Lynne Roberts) engages new talent (the Four Step Brothers, Guadalajara Trio, St. Clair & Vilvoa, Dolores and Don Graham, et al) and a new orchestra (Jan Savitt), in order to make the show successful and a profitable investment for the state. Barry (in another of the vast majority of his films in which he was not billed as Don "Red" Barry), who has fallen in love with the first-billed Roberts, reforms and buys up the surplus stock.
Key Witness (1947) as Chaplain
Homesteaders of Paradise Valley (1947) as Langley
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
The Jolson Story (1947) as Jonsey
The singer and star of the first "talkie" risks it all to become a star.
A Likely Story (1947) as Doctor
A World War II veteran who thinks he''s dying gets mixed up with gangsters.
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now? (1947) as Harris
A biopic of the career of Joe Howard (12 Feb.,1878 - 19 May, 1961), famous songwriter of the early 20th Century. Howard wrote the title song, Goodbye, My Lady Love; and Hello, My Baby among many others. Mark Stevens was dubbed by Buddy Clark, well known singer of the 30's and 40's
News Hounds (1947) as Mallon
When they get newspaper jobs, the Bowery Boys take on a sport-fixing mob.
Joe Palooka in the Knockout (1947) as Call boy
My Wild Irish Rose (1947) as Doctor
Musical biography of Irish songwriter Chauncey Olcott.
Three Wise Fools (1946) as Bailiff
An orphan girl melts the hearts of three crusty old men.
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1946) as Emmett
The always-welcome Elyse Knox and her All-American footballer turned broadcaster husband Tom Harmon appear together in this film but are not romantically involved, as she is the co-ed "sweetheart" of the title and he coaches the Varsity rowing crew. Some source describes Miss Knox as a B-actress. A more apt and better description would be one that describes her as an Actress who never got out of B-movies. This one is about half plot and half music but the plot is stretched pretty thin to cover 35 of the 75 minutes when it essentially boils down to: a couple of gamblers pressure the local night club(soft drinks only)owner to rig things so the local college rowing crew will lose their upcoming race. End of plot when the cowswain of the home team uses a rabbit's foot to plug the hole the gamblers cut in the bottom of their racing shell. Two of 1945's top hits, "Five Minutes More" and Slim Gaillard's "Cement Mixer, Putti-Putti" are performed, although some people who heard "Cement Mixer" in 1945 are still wondering what it was all about.
Rendezvous 24 (1946) as Griswold
Crime of the Century (1946) as Warden
Earl Carroll Sketchbook (1946) as Doctor
Dangerous Money (1946) as Professor Henry Martin
Famed Asian detective Charlie Chan investigates a shipboard murder.
Swing Parade of 1946 (1946) as Businessman
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."
Bowery Bombshell (1946) as Mr. Johnson
The Bowery Boys tackle gangsters to clear one of their own from a bogus robbery charge.
A Close Call for Boston Blackie (1946) as Coroner
A reformed thief fights to clear himself of murder charges.
The Shadow Returns (1946) as Breck/Yomans
Lawyer-superhero Lamont Cranston searches for precious jewels stolen from the grave.
The Big Sleep (1946) as Deputy sheriff
Private eye Philip Marlowe investigates a society girl's involvement in the murder of a pornographer.
Because of Him (1946) as Reporter
A beautiful young woman, an aspiring actress, trick a famous stage star into signing a letter recommending her talents to a producer friend, with amusing results.
Night Editor (1946) as Coroner
A detective hides key evidence in a murder case rather than reveal he was cheating on his wife.
The Return of Rusty (1946) as Col. Malcolm
Notorious (1946) as Reporter
A U.S. agent recruits a German expatriate to infiltrate a Nazi spy ring in Brazil.
Susie Steps Out (1946) as Dr. Hennings
Secrets of a Sorority Girl (1946) as Joseph Kelland
Linda Hamilton (Mary Ware), president of Alpha Beta Sorority and Conover College campus queen, faints while at a sorority party in the company of ex-reporter Paul Reynolds (Rick Vallin), who is taking a post-graduate course. Linda learns from doctors that she has only one year to live but hesitates in telling her father, District Attorney Hamilton (Addison Richards), who is devoting his energies to wiping out illegal gambling. Linda goes with Paul to the Blue Parrot Cabaret, a notorious gambling den. Bail bondsman Justin Farley (Frank Ferguson) telephones casino owner Nick Vegas (Anthony Warde) that the police are about to make a raid and Vegas, knowing Linda is the district attorney's daughter, takes pictures of her. Several nights later, Paul takes Linda to another gambling house and more pictures are taken showing her at the roulette table and drinking. Realizing that she has hurt her father by going to the places he is trying to exterminate, she still goes to a plave ran by Whitey King (Ray Walker.) Reynolds arrives and he and Whitey get into a fight which is interrupted by a raid. Paul rescues Linda, who has been knocked unconscious. A motorcycle cop chases Paul's car and is killed when he runs into the car after Paul brakes sharply. Paul revives Linda and tells her she had been driving the car (quickly justifying the belief of audience members that no Rick Vallin character could stay heroic through a whole film.) Paul then goes to Linda with the pictures and reveals he is the secret leader of the gambling rackets, and tells her to ask her father to resign or he will give the newspapers the pictures. She refuses and Paul goes to civic committee meeting, where Mr. Hamilton is being proposed to run for governor, and shows him and other officials the pictures, plus Linda's stolen diary in which she has written about the wreck with the motorcycle policeman. Hamilton arrest his daughter and she is put on trial for the killing. Probably not a big deal to one who has only a few more months to live...
Gay Blades (1946) as Doctor
New York hockey player Andy Buell is approached by Hollywood talent scout Nancy Davis to play the hunk lead in "The Behemoth" but he would prefer she quit her job and become his wife.
Fig Leaf for Eve (1946) as Thomas W. Campbell
The French Key (1946) as Desk clerk
Freddie Steps Out (1946) as Buster Backer
Joe Palooka, Champ (1946) as
Manager Knobby Walsh discovers young hunk Joe Palooka and trains him to fight the champ. Mobsters try to make life tough for Joe and his socialite girlfriend Anne. Cameos by several boxing stars.
Magnificent Doll (1946) as Mr. Gallentine
Dolly Payne is adored by two leaders of the fledgling American government, James Madison and Aaron Burr. She plays each against the other, not only for romantic reasons, but also to influence the shaping of the young country. By manipulating Burr's affections, she helps Thomas Jefferson win the presidency, and eventually she becomes First Lady of the land herself.
The Runaround (1946) as Bellboy
Maverick private eyes Kildane and Quayle leave a large agency to work on their own. Their first assignment (pirated from the old firm): retrieve eloping heiress Penelope competition with their former boss Prentiss. Kildane finds Penelope with surprising ease and keeps her one jump ahead of Prentiss with assorted difficulties, but can he avoid a romantic complication with his lovely charge?
Heldorado (1946) as Barker
Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers), a Nevada State Ranger Captain in charge of the Rangers Reclamation Service, makes a trip to Las Vegas for the annual Heldorado Frontier Days Festival, as he wants to help his old friend Gabby Whittaker (George Hayes) who originated the idea (at least, in this film).In Las Vegas, Roy meets heiress Carol Randall, who has been selected as the Queen of the Heldorado. Roy is informed that the F.B.I. wants an immediate investigation of the counterfeit thousand dollar bills that are being passed over the gambling tables at the casino.
The Naughty Nineties (1945) as Citizen
In the gay '90s, cardsharps take over a Mississippi riverboat from a kindly captain. Their first act is to change the showboat into a floating gambling house. A ham actor and his bumbling sidekick try to devise a way to help the captain regain ownership of the vessel.
It's in the Bag! (1945) as Man in elevator
The heir to a fortune hidden in five chairs unwittingly sells them.
It's a Pleasure! (1945) as Hotel clerk
A disgraced hockey player takes up figure skating and falls for the show''''s star.
They Were Expendable (1945) as Capt., Navy doctor
A Navy commander fights to prove the battle-worthiness of the PT boat at the start of World War II.
Circumstantial Evidence (1945) as Bridge player
A young lad has his fine new hatchet confiscated by a grumpy baker. The boy's hot-headed father tries to get it back, but this results in a fight in which onlookers seem to see the father use the disputed weapon to strike and kill the baker. At the resulting murder trial, their evidence on this point becomes a matter of life-and-death.
On Stage Everybody (1945) as Mr. Peppycornflakes
Scarlet Street (1945) as Prosecutor
A middle aged wouldbe painter falls into the clutches of an unscrupulous woman.
The Lost Weekend (1945) as Doctor
A writer fights to overcome his addiction to liquor.
Don Juan Quilligan (1945) as Minister
Crime, Inc. (1945) as District Attorney Conroy
Escape in the Fog (1945) as Port director
A nurse recovering from a breakdown keeps dreaming about murder.
Rough, Tough and Ready (1945) as Major Jordan
Brad Crowder (Chester Morris) is co-owner in the Crowder Salvage Company with Jo Matheson (Jean Rogers), who inherited her father's share of the business. She is in love with Brad, while he thinks of her as a brat in overalls. Brad is a wolf after all the girls, especially those of his best friend Owen McCarey (Victor McLaglen.) When the war begins, Brad offers his salvage equipment and men to the Navy, provided he gets an officer's commission. The Navy isn't interested but the Army is, minus the commission, and send Brad and his men to training school for thirteen weeks. Brad has a dinner date with Jo, but breaks it when Owen bets him he can't take his latest girl, Kitty Duval (Amelita Ward.) Kitty phones while Owen is taking a shower, and Brad tells he Owen is still working but he will pick her up. By the time Owen catches up, Kitty is showing a decided preference for Brad, and Owen consoles himself with Lorine Gray (Veda Ann Borg), a Brooklyn girl pretending to be an innocent little gal from the South who wants a home and a husband. Brad returns from training to find that Jo has joined the WAC abd that Owen is about to marry Lorine. Brad, seeing that Owen is really in love, has no intention of breaking up the romance. Kitty can't make a date with Brad and sends Lorine to explain. Lorine falls for Brad and jilts Owen. Presuming that Brad has deliberately taken her, they fight and both men are badly mauled. Before the breach between them can be mended, bot are ordered overseas. Unless one has missed the other 123 versions of this plot, the only question remaining is which man will save the other's life at the risk of his own?
Blood on the Sun (1945) as Reporter
An American reporter in Tokyo fights to report honestly on Japan''''s growing militarism before World War II.
Snafu (1945) as Car dealer
A 14-year-old has to re-adjust when he''''s returned to his family after falsifying his age to become a World War II hero.
You Came Along (1945) as Hotel clerk
War hero flier Bob Collins goes on a war bond selling tour with two buddies, and substitute "chaperone" Ivy Hotchkiss. Bob's a cheerful Lothario with several girls in every town on the tour. After some amusing escapades, Bob and Ivy become romantically involved, agreeing it's "just fun up in the air." Then Ivy finds out the real reason why it shouldn't be anything more.
Colorado Pioneers (1945) as Judge
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.
Senorita from the West (1945) as Producer
Night Club Girl (1945) as Captain
Utah (1945) as District Attorney
When ranch foreman Roy learns the new ranch owner Dorothy Bryant and her friends are arriving, he directs them to Gabby's rundown ranch. He figures they will be discouraged and return East. But the plan backfires when Dorothy, thinking her ranch worthless, sells the real ranch at a fraction of it's value.
Love, Honor and Goodbye (1945) as First critic
The Bullfighters (1945) as Prosecutor
The boys are detectives working in Mexico. Laurel happens to resemble a famous matador who has disappeared, and he is enlisted to replace him in the bullring.
Corpus Christi Bandits (1945) as Governor
In flashback, Mr. Christi relates the story of his father Corpus Christi Jim. After robbing a stage, Jim and partners Rocky and Steve decide to go straight and return the money. But the fourth member of the gang, Spade refuses and leaves. The two former partners soon find themselves on opposite sides of the law.
She Gets Her Man (1945) as Hatch
Patrick the Great (1945) as Alsop
Conflict (1945) as Luggage salesman
A man murders his wife so he can be free to marry her sister.
Duffy's Tavern (1945) as Make-up man
When Archie, the proprietor of the neighborhood bar discovers that one of his regulars, Michael O'Malley, owner of a record company is going broke, he realizes that many of his regulars will soon be unemployed and therefore, unable to pay their tab at the tavern. Archie immediately begins recruiting
Incendiary Blonde (1945) as Doctor
In this true story, Texas Guinan rises from Wild West shows to become New York's "Queen of the Nightclubs" during Prohibition.
Wilson (1945) as
A chronicle of the political career of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson.
Flame of Barbary Coast (1945) as Gleason
Duke falls for Flaxen in the Barbary Coast in turn-of-the-century San Francisco. He loses money to crooked gambler Tito, goes home and PL: learns to gamble, and returns. After he makes a fortune he opens his own place with Flaxen as the entertainer. The 1906 quake destroys his place.
Behind City Lights (1945) as Jones
The Woman Who Came Back (1945) as Dr. Peters
Along the Navajo Trail (1945) as Roger Jerrold
U.S. Deputy Marshal Roy investigates the disappearance of a government agent who has come to Dale's father's Lazy A Ranch. The bad guys want the land the ranch sits on because they know an oil pipeline is planned through this location. Songs include the title song and the famous "Cool Water."
The Lady Confesses (1945) as Capt. Brown
The Vampire's Ghost (1945) as Tom Vance
Roughly Speaking (1945) as Auctioneer
A man's wild moneymaking schemes leave his wife to raise their family.
Song of Nevada (1944) as Emcee
When John Barrabbee's plane makes an emergency landing, he wanders off and joins Roy's cattle drive. Later he learns he was killed when his plane resumed its flight and crashed. He also learns his daughter is going to sell his ranch and marry a man he dislikes. So he gives Roy a job on the ranch and sends him off to see if he can prevent both of these events while he remains in hiding.
An American Romance (1944) as Committee chairman
A European immigrant becomes a master of industry but almost loses his family.
Raiders of Ghost City (1944)
During the latter stages of the Civil War, a gang of supposed Confederates, headed by Alex Morel (Lionel Atwill), raid all gold shipments destined for Washington from Oro Grande, California. In the first chapter, "Murder By Accident", Captain Steve Clark (Dennis Moore), is recognized as a Union Secret Service agent by Morel's accomplice Trina Dessard (Virginia Christine), and, with his friend Idaho Jones (Joe Sawyer), is ambushed in the baggage car and sent to almost certain death when the car is un-coupled and plunges down the mountainside. Leaping to safety, in order to be around for the next 12 chapters, Idaho and Steve report to Colonel Sewell (Addison Richards) in Oro Grande, and Idaho introduces himself as a Wells Fargo detective to Cathy Haines (Wanda McKay), the Oro Grande company agent. Steve and Idaho learn that the Morel raiders are only posing as Confederates, and their headquarters are at Morel's "Golden Eagle" saloon. In a raid on the hideout, Steve's brother Jim (Gene Garrick) is killed by the gang. The next victim is Confederate Army Captain Clay Randolph (Regis Toomey) who has discovered that Morel is connected with a group of Prussian spies and gives Steve a clue before he dies. The clue leads Steve to a San Francisco dive owned by Abel Rackerby (Charles Wagenheim), who, thinking he has Steve in his power, exposes the ring's activities and operation methods. Aided by the San Francisco Secret Service, Steve escapes and returns to Oro Grande, where in Chapter 13, "Golden Vengeance", he and Idaho round up the spies.
Mr. Winkle Goes to War (1944) as Barber
A henpecked husband surprises his family by coming back from World War II a hero.
Casanova Brown (1944) as Doctor in x-ray
A couple on the verge of divorce learns the wife is pregnant.
3 Is a Family (1944) as A friend
The Impostor (1944) as Officer
Once Upon a Time (1944) as Businessman
A Broadway producer finds fame with his new act -- a dancing caterpillar.
Beautiful But Broke (1944) as Hotel manager
An agent''''s secretary puts together an all-female big band to cope with wartime male shortages.
Swingtime Johnny (1944) as Chairman of board
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.
Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble (1944) as Baggage man
A college boy has to cope with a pair of beautiful twins.
Bowery to Broadway (1944) as Dandy
Hi, Good Lookin'! (1944) as Manager
Irish Eyes Are Smiling (1944) as Purser
Hat Check Honey (1944) as Lynn
Trocadero (1944) as Melford Carson
She's a Sweetheart (1944) as Manager
The Yellow Rose of Texas (1944) as Ellis
Insurance Investigator Roy is looking for Weston and the missing money he supposedly obtained in a robbery. When he catches him and listens to his story, he changes his mind about him. A freak accident locates the missing money box and they find the seal unbroken. Roy then announces the box will be opened at the showboat that evening.
Allergic to Love (1944) as Club member
Lady in the Dark (1944) as Reporter
Murder in the Blue Room (1944) as Hannagan
End of the Road (1944) as Mannenberg
The Mummy's Ghost (1944) as Coroner
An Egyptian high priest (John Carradine) travels to America to reclaim the bodies of ancient Egyptian princess Ananka and her living guardian mummy Kharis (Lon Chaney Jr.). Learning that Ananka^Òs spirit has been reincarnated into another body, he kidnaps a young woman of Egyptian descent with a mysterious resemblance to the princess. However, the high priest^Òs greedy desires cause him to loose control of the mummy...
Lady, Let's Dance! (1944) as Stack
My Buddy (1944) as Senator
Republic, never a company to not try getting ahead of the curve and with writers who could remember the 1930's social conscience WW I vets-returning-home films, made this in mid-1944 (a full year before the end of WW II) as a don't-let-it-happen-again sermon. The semi-prologue opening finds Father Jim Donnelly (John Litel) before a post-war planning board in Washington and, as Priests quite often did in 1930 and 1940's films, tells his point-making story in flashback of how WW I vet Eddie Ballinger (Don Barry as Donald Barry), shaken by battle experiences anyway, returns home to a job that is no longer there for him and finds "No Help Wanted" signs standing in his way of making an honest living. Despite the pleas from his mother (Emma Dunn) and his sweetheart Lucy Manners (Lynne Roberts), Eddie starts hauling booze for bootlegger Tim Oberta (Alexander Granich) and takes up with entertainer Lola (Ruth Terry), who eventually betrays him, mainly because she is a one-name character and that's what one-name characters are there for...especially in a movie with the lead playing his 1944 version of Jimmy Cagney in a 1933 Warner's film. Father Jim makes his don't-repeat-the-past point in less than an hour as the hearing committee had also seen and heard the story before.
Are These Our Parents (1944) as Commissioner John Seldon
Bermuda Mystery (1944) as Medical examiner
Faces in the Fog (1944) as Capt. Roberts
Follow the Boys (1944) as Harkness
Army Wives (1944) as Minister
You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith (1943) as Spokesman
A young woman marries a soldier to fulfill the conditions of a will. However, when she gets ready to divorce him, she realizes that she actually loves him, and determines to find a way to stay married to him.
He Hired the Boss (1943) as Perry Randall
Hubert Wilkins (Stuart Erwin), a bookkeeper for Mr. Bates (Thurston Hall) by day and an air raid warden by night, patrols the district where his boss' warehouse is located, and finds two employees removing raw silk stocks. They say they are working under Bates' orders and brush him off. Hubert wants to marry Emily Conway (Elelyn Venable), company secretary, but can't see how he can afford it since he has loaned a salesman, Fuller (Chick Chandler), $400 with deeds to four lots as security. Don Bates (William T. Orr), son of the boss, is engaged to Emily's sister Sally (Vivian Blaine) though his father disapproves. He and Emily encourage Sally and Don to elope. Hubert, a little tipsy, buys two more lots from Fuller and goes to Bates' home and asks for a raise. He is fired and, the next morning, Emily also for helping Don to elope. Hubert discovers that the lots he bought are worth $100,000 and, unknown to Bates, buys the company. While on warden duty that night, he discovers that the two employees he previously saw taking silk from the warehouse are actually stealing it.
Slightly Dangerous (1943) as Nicholson
A small-town girl changes her identity to make it in New York, leaving her boyfriend a suspect in her "disappearance."
Mr. Muggs Steps Out (1943) as John Morgan
Muggs, ordered by a judge to get a job "or else", is hired by a society matron as the chauffeur for her wacky family. An engagement party is thrown for the family's daughter, and the rest of the gang is hired as servants for the party. However, a valuable necklace disappears during the festivities, and all the gang is blamed for the theft.
Honeymoon Lodge (1943) as Bob's lawyer
Margin for Error (1943) as Fingerprint expert
It is a toss-up as to who is most displeased when Patrolman Moe Finkelstein (Milton Berle) is given the duty of guarding the German consulate ran by Karl Baumer (Otto Preminger); neither Moe nor Baumer are too happy with this turn of events. Moe, however, quickly becomes fiends with the other residents of the consulate: Sophie Baumer (Joan Bennett), the consul's wife; the secretary Baron Max Von Alvenstor (Carl Esmond); and a pretty maid named Freida (Poldi Dur as Poldy Dur.)Moe senses an underlying tension that is not entirely accounted for by the gathering clouds of war. The gambling-loving Baumer has lost a large sum of money belonging to the German government, Sophie has learned to hate her husband and what he stands for and represents, and Baron Max has fallen in love with her. Max confronts Baumer with the discrepancy in the consulate's funds, and Baumer threatens to inform Berlin that one of Max's grandparents was not "Aryan." The arrival of a group of Nazi saboteurs (Ted North, Elmer Jack Semple and J. Norton Dunn) and the insistence they be given the funds to finance their project stirs consulate affairs even further.
So's Your Uncle (1943) as Headwaiter
Whistling in Brooklyn (1943) as Harcourt
A radio sleuth infiltrates the Brooklyn Dodgers to solve a murder.
Salute for Three (1943) as Radio announcer
Press agent Jimmy Gates (Marty May) gets an idea while watching a New York parade, for a returned war hero Sergeant Buzz McAllister (Macdonald Carey), with his chief client, singer Judy Ames (Betty Rhodes); Dona Drake (Dona Drake), leader of an all-girl orchestra; his photographer Foggy (Cliff Edwards), and his secretary Myrt (Minna Gombell). Jimmy, thinking Judy needs publicity in order to get a singing job on a radio program, thinks that a romance between her and the war hero would be just the ticket. Judy isn't too warm on the idea but agrees to go ahead for Jimmy's sake, with whom she thinks she is in love. She agrees to work on Buzz that night at the Manhattan Canteen, a converted night club where show business people entertain and wait on service men. Foggy is assigned to get pictures of Judy and Buzz together but fails through ineptness. Buzz escorts Judy home in a rainstorm and, while helping her out of the taxi, slips and falls into a deep puddle. Judy asks him to come in so she can dry his soaking-wet uniform on the kitchen stove. Foggy gains entrance to the apartment via the dumbwaiter and snaps a picture of Buzz in his underwear. The next morning Buzz tells Jimmy that he intends to marry Judy, which is going further than he had intended. He also decides he can't use the compromising - but innocent - photo for publicity purposes but does announce their - he thinks - publicity-only engagement. That clinches the deal for Judy to get a radio program called "The Girl I Left Behind." Buzz proposes to Judy, who realizes she loves Buzz and not Jimmy, and they, not knowing that Jimmy has announced their "engagement", decide to keep it a secret.
Dixie Dugan (1943) as Salesman
Princess O'Rourke (1943) as G-man
A flying ace's romance with a princess creates diplomatic problems.
Chatterbox (1943) as Roger Grant
Canyon City (1943) as Emerson Wheeler
Craig Morton (Morgan Conway), fronting for an eastern electric concern, and town banker Emerson Wheeler (Emmett Vogan) are scheming to gain control of a water-supply dam owned by local ranchers. The bank is to foreclose on the ranchers, and sell the ranches to the corporation for a large profit. Senator Gleason (Forbes Murray) promises to help the ranchers, but he is murdered. Terry Reynolds (Don Barry), posing as an outlaw called the Nevada Kid, meets and works with Gleason's daughter, Edith (Helen Talbot), to trap the crooks and bring about a square deal for the ranchers.
O, My Darling Clementine (1943) as Brown
Mister Big (1943) as
At the Davis School of the Theatre, ran by Jeremy Taswell (Samuel S. Hinds), where teen-age kids study drama and the serious arts, instructors Johnny Hanley (Robert Paige) and Alice Taswell (Elyse Knox) are in love. The students, including Donald (Donald O'Connor), Patricia (Gloria Jean) and Peggy (Peggy Ryan), secretly want to become singers. Patricia's aunt, Mrs. Davis (Florence Bates), owns the school and disapproves. Donald has written a musical comedy for the year's class play, which the students want to do, but Mrs. Davis has selected and insists they do Sophocles' "Antigone". Taswell agrees to let the kids do Donald's show. Donald manages to keep Mrs. Davis away on the day of the show, and when Broadway producers in attendance rave about Donald's play, she becomes a backer.
Lady Bodyguard (1943) as Stone
A.C.Baker (Anne Shirley), advertising executive for an insurance company, approaches test pilot Terry Moore (Eddie Albert) with a proposition that in return for using his picture and endorsement he will get a paid-for-a-year $1000 policy. High-risk Terry agrees. George MacAlister (Roger Pryor) fires his secretary, Miss Tracy (Mary Treen), just as she is typing up the policy and she, for spite, changes the amount from a thousand dollars to one million dollars. A.C. delivers the policy, without noticing the difference, to Terry at a party at the Frolics Club, a cheap joint wedged between a burlesque house and a flop house hotel. Three characters, an elderly hat-check "girl" known as Mother Hodges (Maude Eburne); Avery Jamieson (Raymond Walburn), a broken-down actor; and bartender Harry Gargan (Edward Brophy) are named beneficiaries. When the company discovers the error, A.C. is sent to get back the policy and, pending that, don't let Terry make any test flights.
Dangerous Blondes (1943) as Medical officer
A mystery writer and his wife investigate the murder of a couturier''''s wife.
Eyes of the Underworld (1943) as Principal
Crime Smasher (1943) as
Mystery Broadcast (1943) as Don Fletcher
Here Comes Kelly (1943) as District Attorney
A hot-tempered young process server gets mixed up with gangsters.
In Old Oklahoma (1943) as Secretary to Theodore Roosevelt
Cowboy Dan Somers and oilman Jim "Hunk" Gardner compete for oil lease rights on Indian land in Oklahoma, as well as for the favors of schoolteacher Cathy Allen.
King of the Cowboys (1943) as Well-dressed man
The Governor sends Roy to help bring in a gang of saboteurs. Roy joins a traveling show and soon learns the saboteurs communicate during Maurice's mind reading act that uses a hidden receiver. But Maurice is on to Roy. Roy narrowly escapes when Maurice leaves him tied up in a warehouse they are blowing up. But Maurice then kills a man and blames Roy who now finds himself in jail.
Hi, Buddy (1943) as Announcer
Crazy House (1943) as Broker
Almost Married (1942) as Manager
Gloria Dobson (Jane Frazee) is finding it hard to become a night club singer in New York because she has "no name". She is given a chance to acquire one when her trunk is delivered by mistake to the home of socialite James Manning III (Robert Paige). The latter's wealthy Aunt Matilda (Elizabeth Patterson) has Jimmy tagged for marriage to Louella Marvin (Jan Wiley). Jimmy, not interested in marrying Louella, and his butler, Michael (Charles Coleman) persuade Gloria, who has come to claim her trunk, to be introduced to Aunt Mathilda as Jimmy's "secret bride". The news of his "secret marriage" makes the newspapers, and his lawyers advise him that the only way out is an actual marriage to Gloria, followed by a quick divorce. Gloria agrees and they are married, and she discovers she has fallen in love with Jimmy. But humiliated because Jimmy still wants a divorce, she defiantly obtains a night club singing engagement on the strength of her married name. Jimmy ruins her chances of gaining recognition by buying up all the club's reservations for three weeks. Gloria then heads for Reno to get a divorce. Jimmy, realizing that he does love Gloria, flies to catch her Reno-bound train...
Affairs of Jimmy Valentine (1942) as District Attorney
Mike Jason (Dennis O'Keefe), idea man for the Bullard Advertising Agency, and Cleo Arden (Gloria Dickson), director of the Jimmy Valentine radio program, based on the exploits of the old-time safe cracker, fear their jobs are in jeopardy when the sponsor decides to switch his show to another agency. Mike suggests that a $10,000 prize be offered to anyone who can locate the real Jimmy Valentine. Mike and Mousey (George E. Stone), a little chiseler who has attached himself to Mike, follow a clue to a small town. Unknown to Mike, Mousey is out for revenge and kills two innocent men before they learn the identity of the real Jimmy Valentine (Roman Bohnen). Mousey tries to kill Valentine but he himself is killed in the scuffle. Mike refuses to identify Valentine, claiming that one of the murdered men was the real Jimmy Valentine.
Gentleman Jim (1942) as Stage manager
Fanciful biography of 19th-century boxing champion Jim Corbett.
Jail House Blues (1942) as Columnist
Kid Glove Killer (1942) as Novak
A police scientist investigates the mayor''s murder.
This Gun for Hire (1942) as Policeman with Michael in San Francisco
A hired killer dodges police while tracking down the enemy agents who tried to frame him.
Tortilla Flat (1942) as Doctor
Inhabitants of a Southern California fishing village strive for the simple pleasures of life.
Lady in a Jam (1942) as Clerk
Blue, White and Perfect (1942) as Charlie
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.
Give Out, Sisters (1942) as Batterman
The Traitor Within (1942) as Carter
Stardust on the Sage (1942) as Dan Pearson
Pardon My Stripes (1942) as McQuade
Tennessee Johnson (1942) as Reporter
Biography of Andrew Johnson, who followed Abraham Lincoln into office and became the first U.S. president ever to be impeached.
Little Tokyo, U.S.A. (1942) as Announcer
Calling Dr. Gillespie (1942) as Lt. Clifton
A wheelchair-bound doctor fights off a homicidal maniac.
Blondie Goes to College (1942) as Track 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.
Fingers at the Window (1942) as Hotel manager
A magician uses hypnosis to create an army of murderers.
The Old Homestead (1942) as Parker
Captains of the Clouds (1942) as Clerk
A mail flyer joins the Canadian air force for fun but has to prove his worth when he goes to war.
The Mummy's Tomb (1942) as Coroner
A high priest travels to America with the living mummy Kharis (Lon Chaney Jr.) to kill all those who had desecrated the tomb of the Egyptian princess Ananka thirty years earlier.
Top Sergeant (1942) as Prosecuting officer
An Army jeep is forced off the road by fleeing bandits. Sergeant Dick Manson (Don Terry), his kid brother Jack (Gene Garrick), and Corporals Frenchy Devereaux (Leo Carrillo) and Andy Jarrett (Andy Devine) follow and are joined by a posse of deputy sheriffs. Three of the robbers are killed in a shoot-out, but one of them, Al Bennett (Don Porter), escapes after wounding Jack, who dies. Bennett figures a perfect hideout would be in the Army, and becomes one of the recruits assigned to Manson. He gets into trouble because of his attitude, and particularly with Manson when he gets the Colonel's daughter, Helen (Elyse Knox), into covering up his A.W.O.L. G-Men reveal that some of the bank money has been passed at a local jewellery store. When Manson learns that Bennett has given Helen a gift trinket, he jumps at the clue, and drives her down to question the jeweler. They find him murdered. At the Army war games, Bennett blows up a bridge and several men are killed, and he diverts the blame upon Frenchy and Andy, who are court martialed for negligent homicide. Manson discovers a witness who identifies Bennett as one of the bank robbers.
Yokel Boy (1942) as Doctor
Berlin Correspondent (1942) as Announcer
American correspondent Bill Roberts (Dana Andrews) is a thorn in the side of the Nazis, as his paper always scoops the world with the truth about Germany. Gestapo Captain Carl Von Rau (Martin Kosleck) means to plug the leak and assigns Karen Hauen (Virginia Gilmore), who he attends to wed, to the case. Roberts is obtaining his information for his stories and broadcasts from an elderly stamp collector who, defiantly opposed to the Nazis, sells the "proper" stamps to Roberts, giving him the information. Attracted to Karen, Roberts invites her to his apartment where she learns his secret. The old philatelist is sent to a concentration camp, and then Karen learns that he is her father (Erwin Kalser). She appeals to Roberts for help and he, in loyality to the old man and now in love with Karen, agrees to help.
We Were Dancing (1942) as Bailiff
A Polish princess gives up society for the love of a gigolo.
Wings for the Eagle (1942) as Clerk
Dedicated aircraft workers compete for the same girl.
Whistling in Dixie (1942) as Radio producer
A radio detective''''s southern honeymoon is cut short by the discovery of a murder.
Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941) as The engineer
A filmmaker tries to sell a script about con artists taking on the Russian millionaires of Mexico.
Back Street (1941) as Tom
A woman accepts life in the shadows as the price for her affair with a married man.
Steel Against the Sky (1941) as
Steel-worker brothers compete for the same woman.
Blossoms in the Dust (1941) as Mr. Bedlow
True-life story of Edna Gladney, who fought for orphans' rights in Texas.
Dressed to Kill (1941) as Smiley Joe Bishop
Detective Michael Shayne and his girlfriend Joanne leave a marriage bureau when shots fired in a nearby theatre draw his attention to a string of theatrical murders.
Badlands of Dakota (1941) as Benson
Meet the Chump (1941) as Assistant director
There's Magic in Music (1941) as Stokes
Whistling in the Dark (1941) as Producer
A radio detective is kidnapped and forced to plan the perfect murder.
Love Crazy (1941) as Doctor
A businessman concocts a series of harebrained schemes to keep his wife from divorcing him.
Criminals Within (1941) as Harold
Emergency Landing (1941) as Doc [Williams]
The Bride Wore Crutches (1941) as Police operator
Navy Blues (1941) as Officer
Honolulu days are far from peaceful for a boatload of amorous sailors.
Tight Shoes (1941) as Vale
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) as Jenkins
A Broadway dancing team splits up when the male dancer is drafted.
We Go Fast (1941) as Policeman
Rose Couglin (Lynn Bari) is a wise-cracking waitress at a coffe-pt diner with policemen Bob Brandon (Alan Curtis) and Herman Huff (Don DeFore billed as Don DeForest) vying for her attention. Their argument ends when the place is held up, but Brandon tricks the crook and captures him, but lets Herman take the credit. Herman now must sponsor Bob's application to the motrocycle force and is enev more dismayed when society deb Diana Hempstead (Sheila Ryan)takes a liking to Bob. Rose also finds herself involved with a swindle upon a refrigerator manufacturer by a bogus foreign potentate, Nabob (Gerald Mohr.)
Blues in the Night (1941) as Hotel clerk
The members of a traveling jazz band try to keep their leader from drinking himself to death.
Glamour Boy (1941) as District Attorney
Marathon Pictures is stuck with Billy Doran (Darryl Hickman), Whiz Quiz radio show star but a flop in Hollywood. Ex-child star Tiny Barlow (Jackie Cooper) suggests that the studio remake "Skippy", the film that made him famous, with himself as coach for little Billy. A. J. Colder (Walter Abel), Marathon's Mighty Mogul, agrees. Joan Winslow (Susanna Foster), a contract player who has never had a part, is picked to replace balky Brenda Lee (Ann Gillis) in Marathon's monster musical of the year. Tiny poses as a big shot and takes credit for getting Joan the role. They are soon seen everywhere together as Tiny is taking advantage of her publicity build-up for his own gain, until he suddenly finds out he is in love with her and confesses his duplicity. This occurs when Colder has forbid Joan to see Tiny anymore, directing her to only be seen with important people who can help her career, and Tiny thinks it is because she has dumped him. He enters into a conspiracy with Brenda's agent, Mickey Fadden (John Gallaudet), to make Brenda give up her strike and accept the role Colder gave Joan. She does and Tiny is given the role of her leading man. But he is unhappy about what he has done in costing Joan her big chance, plus his old friend, Georgie Clemons (Jackie Searle) who used to play the mean kid in Tiny's films is also replaced. Faced with the taunts of the production crew because of what he helped engineer and broken hearted about Joan, Tiny walks out on the picture, climbs into his automobile and heads for parts unknown. Little Billy, who adores him, stows away in the luggage compartment. Billy, the high IQ kid, has devised a scheme to set everything right.
Horror Island (1941) as The stranger
Citadel of Crime (1941) as Carnie
Hurricane Smith (1941) as Prosecting attorney
Rodeo rider Hurricane Smith is wrongly convicted of murder and robbery, but escapes and creates a new and happy life for himself. But one of the real criminals shows up to claim the loot which he believes Smith has.
Cracked Nuts (1941) as McAneny
A young man in a small town wins $5000 in a radio contest. He goes to New York City to propose to his girlfriend, but gets mixed up with a crooked attorney and two con men who are trying to sell a fake "robot."
Dangerous Lady (1941) as Doctor Grayson
The Monster and the Girl (1941) as Clerk in Sleeper's hotel
Scot Webster tries to save his sister Susan from the clutches of gangster W.S. Bruhl. When Scot comes to Bruhl's rented room, one of the gangster's aides falls into his hands, killed by a gunman. The murderer tosses his gun to Scot and disappears. Since all the evidence points at him, Scot is arrested, tried and sentenced to death. A mad scientist uses his brain to transplant it into a gorilla. After the operation Scot wakes up in the body of a gorilla, eager to get his revenge...
Petticoat Politics (1941) as Bryant
Sis Hopkins (1941) as Hotel doctor
Bedtime Story (1941) as Michael
A stage star''''s dreams of retirement conflict with her playwright husband''''s need for a hit -- with her starring.
The Lady from Cheyenne (1941) as Stanton
Fictionalized story of the 1869 adoption of women's suffrage in Wyoming Territory. In the new-founded railroad town of Laraville, Boss Jim Cork hopes to manipulate the sale of town lots to give him control, but Quaker schoolmarm Annie Morgan bags one of the key lots. Cork's lawyer Steve Lewis tries romancing Annie to get the lot back, finding her so overpoweringly liberated she leaves him dizzy. Still, Steve attains his nefarious object...almost...then has cause to deeply regret having aroused the sleeping giant of feminism!
An Angel from Texas (1940) as Bonham
A pair of slick Broadway producers con a wealthy cowboy into backing their show.
Black Friday (1940) as Detective Carpenter
When his friend Professor Kingsely (Ridges) is at deaths door, brain surgeon Dr. Sovac (Karloff) saves his life by means of an illegal operation that transplants part of injured gangster Red Cannon's brain. Unfortunately, the operation has a disasterous Jeckll and Hyde side effect and under certain conditions the persona of Cannon emerges. Sovac soon learns of the duel personality and of half a million dollars the gangster has hidden away. He attempts to find the money through the manipulation of his friend, an attempt that brings Kingsley closer to madness as he alternates between a meek professor of english and a brutal gangster out for murderous revenge on those who tried to kill him.
Honeymoon Deferred (1940) as Doctor
Hot Steel (1940) as Jacobs
Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940) as Green
A teenage boy goes into debt to court a Manhattan socialite.
The Man Who Talked Too Much (1940) as Chaplain
A defense lawyer sets out to topple a powerful gangster.
Margie (1940) as Mr. White
Private Affairs (1940) as Mr. Smith
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.
Manhattan Heartbeat (1940) as Doctor
Shooting High (1940) as McCormack
Jane Pritchard (Jane Withers) sides with the Carsons in a generations-old feud which her family wages with the descendents of Wild Bill Carson, first United States Marshal of Carson Corners. Will Carson (Gene Autry) insists that a Pritchard killed his grandfather when the Marshal came into town on a marauding expedition led by The Hawk. Will maintains his grandfather had joined the gang to trap the leaders and a trigger-happy Pritchard had kept him from doing so. A crew from Signet Pictures comes to town to film the story of Wild Bill's life. Will is in love with Jane's sister, Marjorie (Marjorie Weaver)but her banker-father opposes the match. Will and Marjorie argue, and she becomes infatuated with Bob Merritt (Robert Lowery), who is to co-star in the film with Evelyn Trent (Kay Aldridge, billed as usual at TCF as Katharine Aldridge.) Jane and Sheriff Clem Perkle (Hobart Cavanaugh) get rid of Merritt by telling him the townspeople are going to ride him out of town on a rail. Movie director J. Wallace Rutledge (Hamilton McFadden)agrees to let Will play the role of his grandfather. On the day a bank robbery scene is to be filmed at Pritchard's bank, four supposed actors who have joined the troupe turn out to be bank robbers for real. The townspeople, seeing Will chasing after the robbers, assume he was part of the gang and has reverted to what they consider the character trait of the Carson family.
Santa Fe Trail (1940) as Lieutenant
Romantic rivals get caught in the battle to stop abolitionist John Brown.
The House Across the Bay (1940) as U.S. official
An aircraft designer falls for an imprisoned gangster's wife.
Edison, the Man (1940) as Secretary
Thomas Edison fights to turn his dreams into reality.
Johnny Apollo (1940) as Guard--announcer
A Wall Street broker is jailed for embezzling. His college graduate son then turns to crime to raise money for his father's release.
Geronimo (1940) as Post doctor
Mystery Sea Raider (1940) as Policeman
Castle on the Hudson (1940) as Second reporter
A hardened crook behind bars comes up against a reform-minded warden.
Brother Rat and a Baby (1940) as Steamship clerk
Three naval cadets graduate and help each other find jobs.
Sailor's Lady (1940) as Ship's doctor
Sailor (Hall) is going to marry his girlfriend (Kelly) when he returns, but she becomes foster mother to baby whose parents are accidentally killed. The baby is accidentally left on board a visiting battleship.
The Man Who Wouldn't Talk (1940) as Assistant to the district attorney
A man involved in a crime (Nolan) kills his key witness by mistake and resigns himself to death. He changes his name so as not to harm his family. The law is not content with his explanation, however.
The Ghost Breakers (1940) as Announcer
A radio broadcaster running from the mob helps an heiress deal with her family''''s haunted mansion.
$1,000 a Touchdown (1939) as Coach
Tail Spin (1939) as Starter
A flyer enters a cross-country aerial derby and becomes rival to a wealthy society competitor.
Boy Friend (1939) as Officer at switchboard
A cop pretends to be a crook in order to catch a gang of outlaws. The bad guys run a night club as a front. The cop's sister helps him by singing there; otherwise, she's busy making love to a military cadet.
The Great Victor Herbert (1939) as Forbes
Each Dawn I Die (1939) as Prosecutor
A crusading reporter becomes a hardened convict when he's framed.
Women in the Wind (1939) as Radio announcer
Personal conflicts flare between competitors in a women's air race.
The Kid from Kokomo (1939) as Fight announcer
A fight manager decides his client needs a family for publicity purposes.
When Tomorrow Comes (1939) as Head waiter
Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939) as Hotel clerk
An FBI agent risks his life to infiltrate Nazi sympathizers in the U.S.
I Stole a Million (1939) as Theater manager
Wings of the Navy (1939) as Flight commander
Pilot brothers vie for the same woman.
Maisie (1939) as Clerk of court
A Brooklyn showgirl tries to clear a ranch foreman of murder charges.
Blondie Takes a Vacation (1939) as Conductor
Blondie, Dagwood, Baby Dumpling and Daisy help an elderly couple save their mountain resort.
City in Terror (1939) as Stuart McCrary
Family who witness a murder are pursued by gangsters.
Saint Louis Blues (1939) as Judge
Espionage Agent (1939) as Instructor
American spies try to steal Nazi secrets from a moving train.
Thou Shalt Not Kill (1939) as District Attorney
Off the Record (1939) as Priest
A lady reporter adopts the young delinquent her crime exposes helped send to jail.
Stanley and Livingstone (1939) as Bennett's secretary
An American newspaper searches Africa for a lost explorer.
The Jones Family in Hollywood (1939) as Director
Society Smugglers (1939) as Clemons
Let Us Live (1939) as Bank cashier
Two wrongly convicted men are sentenced to death.
The Big Guy (1939) as Barrow
Pardon Our Nerve (1939) as Radio announcer
Thunder Afloat (1939) as Junior officer
An old sailor is duped into joining the Navy, where he runs into a longtime rival.
They Asked for It (1939) as Larsen
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938) as Program director
A frantic radio producer must find the perfect Little Miss America for an advertiser's national program and discovers her in his country neighbor.
Island in the Sky (1938) as Attendant
District Attorney's investigator (Whalen) starts his honeymoon and a man is indicated for murder. His bride (Stuart) doubts the man's guilt and enlists the help of a former racketeer (Kelly) to find the real killer.
Meet the Girls (1938) as Mr. Brady
Mr. Moto's Gamble (1938) as Fingerprint man
Mr. Moto must discover who poisoned a fighter in the boxing ring. This movie began as "Charlie Chan at the Ringside," but Warner Oland died during the filming so it was switched to a Mr. Moto.
International Settlement (1938) as First officer
Cowboy from Brooklyn (1938) as Loudspeaker announcer
A singing cowboy turns out to be a tenderfoot.
Young Dr. Kildare (1938) as Detective Heerman
A medical school graduate must choose between a small-town practice and a big-city internship.
Swing Sister Swing (1938) as Theatrical agent
Broadway press agent Nap Sisler (Ken Murray) sees a chance to make a national hit with a new dance, "The Baltimore Bubble", created by Greenvale filling-station attendant Johnny Bennett (Johnny Downs). Nap promotes dance instructor Professor L. Orlando Beebee (Ernest Truex) out of $500 to bring Johnny, his dancing partner Snookie Saunders (Kathryn Kane, formerly known as Katherine "Sugar" Kane but not in this film), and Greenvale grocery clerk and hot trombonist Satchel-Lips Peters (Eddie Quillan) to New York. Introduced at a night club by bandleader Ted Weems, the trio is a hit. The Greenvale trio begin a theatre tour with their dance, now a national sensation. The craze soon dies out and Johnny stays in New York to try for another chance at fame with a dancer, Nona (Edna Sedgwick), while the other two return to Greenvale. The new act soon flops and Johnny returns to Greenvale and is met by Snookie, Satchel-Lips and the town band, who escort him to a new and lavish service station built with the money earned from "The Baltimore Bubble."
The Storm (1938) as Officer
Sergeant Murphy (1938) as Major Smythe
A lowly private becomes attached to a trained military horse.
Secrets of an Actress (1938) as Spencer
A leading lady falls for a married architect who's invested in her play.
Sons of the Legion (1938) as Policeman
Time Out for Murder (1938) as Announcer
A bank runner (Kellard) is accused of killing a woman (Hussey) for whom he deposited a large amount. Reporter (Stuart) and bank official (Stuart) investigate.
Youth Takes a Fling (1938) as Businessman
Comet over Broadway (1938) as Prosecutor
A stage star's rampant ambition leads to murder.
City Girl (1938) as Policeman
Heart of the North (1938) as Radio operator
A Canadian Mounted Policeman searches for the outlaws who robbed a freighter.
Female Fugitive (1938) as Leonard
The Beloved Brat (1938) as Jenkins
A compassionate teacher tries to reach a spoiled tomboy.
Speed to Burn (1938) as Radio announcer
Black Legion (1937) as News commentator
A disgruntled factory worker is lured into joining a secret society out to terrorize foreigners.
Angel's Holiday (1937) as Radio officer
Hot Water (1937) as Laryngitis man
Fly Away Baby (1937) as Cifford Vance
Reporter Torchy Blane takes to the skies to track down a band of killers.
San Quentin (1937) as Lieutenant
A convict's sister falls for the captain of the prison guards.
Marked Woman (1937) as Court clerk
A crusading DA fights to get a nightclub hostess to testify against her gangster boss.
That Certain Woman (1937) as
A gangster's widow fights for love despite society's disapproval.
Confession (1937) as American frontiersman
A glamorous singer commits murder to protect her daughter's virtue.
45 Fathers (1937) as Court clerk
Danger - Love at Work (1937) as McIlvane
A young lawyer is unable to get a family to sign a land sale contract until their daughter falls in love with him.
Love Is News (1937) as Salesman
Slim (1937) as Clerk
Electric linemen compete on the job and in love.
Born Reckless (1937) as Radio announcer
I Promise to Pay (1937) as Foster
A man goes to a loan shark to finance his family''''s vacation.
Back in Circulation (1937) as Chief dispatcher
A reporter tries to win her editor's heart by solving a murder case.
Kid Galahad (1937) as Announcer
A mob-connected trainer grooms a bellhop for the boxing ring.
Submarine D-1 (1937) as Man on phone
Recruits on a new submarine fall for the same girl.
The Holy Terror (1937) as Squadron commander
Let's Get Married (1937) as Dick
Wells Fargo (1937) as Merchant
An employee of an express shipping service helps to provide people with the supplies they need.
Empty Holsters (1937) as Ace Cain
An outlaw frames a cowboy to steal his girl.
Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) as Ship's officer
Spies have an invention which will allow its posessor to remote-control flying aircraft. The U.S. Navy, the Berlin police, and No. 1 son Lee Chan (a member of the U.S. Swim Team at the Berlin Olympics) help Charlie capture the spies.
The Hit Parade (1937) as News commentator
Agent Pete Garland is fired by society singer Monica Barrett after he got her a new radio contract, because she thinks her lawyer friend Teddy Leeds fits in better with her social status. To get even, Pete wants to make an unknown singer into a star. He finds Ruth Allison, drives her hard through rehearsals and makes her a star. But she is worried about her past, something she hasn't told Pete: She's an ex-convict and jumped bail in order to keep her partners in crime out of it. Further she's in love with Pete, but feels that he's still carrying a torch for Monica. When Monica's popularity is decreasing, Pete is able to get Ruth a stint on the program, the result is Monica is fired and Ruth get her job, but Monica takes revenge by revealing Ruth's past. Ruth considers it is best for her to disappear before being arrested, but she has become a star in public opinion. Will she get Pete or will she go to prison again ?
Down the Stretch (1936) as Lawyer
A disgraced jockey's son fights to clear the family name.
The Singing Kid (1936) as Treasurer
An egotistical singing star makes a talented kid his protege.
A Son Comes Home (1936) as Teletype operator
It Had to Happen (1936) as Reporter
A poor boy (Raft) rises to power in politics. When the banker (Dinehart) husband of his secret love (Russell) takes money and flees the country, he replaces the lost amount and becomes implicated in the crime.
Star for a Night (1936) as Radio announcer
Cain and Mabel (1936) as Athletic club clerk
The publicity romance between a prizefighter and a showgirl turns into the real thing.
The First Baby (1936) as Father in park
By the time daughter (Deane) and son-in-low (Downs) have their second child the mother-in-law (Gateson) learns not to be so domineering.
Lady of Secrets (1936) as
The Big Noise (1936) as Dr. Martyn
A meek businessman turns hero when he refuses to pay the mob for protection.
Rhythm on the Range (1936) as Clerk
A cowboy falls for his boss, a beautiful lady ranch owner.
Next Time We Love (1936) as Bartender
Woman drops out of college to marry an ambitious, young journalist. Their happiness is delayed when a rich admirer sees that she gets an acting job just as her reporter leaves to cover the news from Rome. The marriage goes stale as separartions follow reunions, and the two pursue their respective ca
Colleen (1936) as Official
An eccentric millionaire hires a gold digger to run his business.
Forgotten Faces (1936) as Secretary
In London, August 1914, Austrian star Elsa Duranyi (Gertrude Michael) and English matinee idol Alan Barclay (Herbert Marshall) are in love and plan an immediate marriage. But the War comes and Elsa mysteriously disappears. Alan's ease in speaking German results in his appointment to the British Intelligence and, to aid his use as a spy, they announce he was killed in action. He takes the name and personality of "shell-shocked" Hans Teller, a German prisoner, and is sent into Germany on an exchange of prisoners. Elsa, now a spy in the service of the Fatherland, is in Monte Carlo, where Allied officers on leave can be tempted into revealing war secrets. In Germany, Alan, posing as Teller, is listed as unfit for service, contacts Carl Schrottle (Rod LaRocque), another British agent. They are to locate the German "Big Bertha," the long-range gun bombarding Paris. They are successful and the gun is destroyed. Elsa is recalled and given the assignment of locating the British spy organization and its members. Through her surveillance of Carl, she meets Hans Teller and recognizes him as Alan, but doesn't let on. Alone, she agrees to flee to Holland with him but her superior officer, Ludwig (Lionel Atwill), is not fooled and is in pursuit.
Career Woman (1936) as Court clerk--Clarkdale
A girl (Jewell) accused of killing her father is defended unsuccessfully by a flashy lawyer (Whalen) and successfully by a new, straightforward one (Trevor).
Public Enemy's Wife (1936) as G-man
An escaped convict's bride joins forces with the FBI.
The Crime of Dr. Forbes (1936) as Defense attorney, assistant
Injured scientist Eric Godfrey asks his protege to give him a fatal dose of opiates to end his misery. When he dies the doctor is accused of murder.
Two in Revolt (1936) as Mason
A dog and a horse grow up together and become inseparable.
Adventure in Manhattan (1936) as Lorimer
A hotshot reporter and a temperamental actress clash when he investigates the backer of her latest show.
Everybody's Old Man (1936) as Salesman
Counterfeit (1936) as Wilson
My Marriage (1936) as Radio voice
Alias Mary Dow (1935) as Detective
Dying Evelyn Dow anguishes over her lost daughter, who disappeared as a child. Evelyn's husband Henry, hoping to make his wife's final days more bearable, asks waitress Sally Gates to pose as the daughter. Sally does so, but Mrs. Dow is so cheered by her "daughter's" return that she regains her health, leaving Sally stuck in her role.
The Public Menace (1935) as Bail bond broker
A cocky reporter's marriage to a manicurist jeopardizes his career.
Your Uncle Dudley (1935) as Investment broker
Going Highbrow (1935) as Tribune man
A nouveau riche couple try to break into high society.
The Irish in Us (1935) as
The sons of an Irish family have to choose among police work, prize fighting and love.
Superspeed (1935) as Ward
Shipmates Forever (1935) as Inspecting officer
An admiral''''s son gives up the Navy for a career as a song-and-dance man.
She Gets Her Man (1935) as Reporter
This Is the Life (1935) as Inspector
Living on Velvet (1935) as Officer
A guilt-ridden pilot finds a new outlook on life when he falls for a society girl.
'G' Men (1935) as Ballistic expert
A mob protege joins the FBI when a friend is gunned down.
Three Kids and a Queen (1935) as Gangster
She Couldn't Take It (1935) as Reporter
The Whole Town's Talking (1935) as Reporter
A gangster hides from the law by trading places with a mild-mannered double.
Stars over Broadway (1935) as Archie McNeish
An aggressive agent turns a hotel porter into an overnight sensation.
Special Agent (1935) as Announcer
A government agent poses as a newspaperman to get the goods on a mobster.
The Secret Bride (1934) as Teller
A district attorney secretly marries the daughter of a man he's trying to convict.
White Lies (1934) as First courtroom prosecutor
Here Comes the Navy (1934) as Lieutenant
A cocky naval cadet clashes with an old friend serving with him.
Flirtation Walk (1934) as Officer
A West Point cadet falls for his commanding officer's daughter.
The Firebird (1934) as Third reporter
A young girl''''s secret romance is exposed when her lover is murdered.
Jealousy (1934) as Reporter
Larry O'Roark is a boxer who's insanely posssesive and jealous of his fiancee, Jo. the sight of her and her employer, Mr. Lambert, at ringside during his big fight distracts Larry and he is knocked out. He then promises never to be jealous again and marries Jo. When she realizes that they're broke she asks Lambert for a job (she had quit on marrying Larry.) One thing leads to another and Larry, enraged with jealousy, end up killing Lambert. He then wanders off in a daze, and Jo takes the rap for the murder. Larry descends from his amnesiac fog just in time to interrupt the announcement of the jury's verdict in Jo's trial. then it's off to the chair for Larry. Or is it?
I'll Fix It (1934) as Silvers
A businessman''''s efforts to buy good grades for his kid brother put him in conflict with the school''''s lady principal.
The Captain Hates the Sea (1934) as Ship's doctor
A bond thief, a private eye and a drunken reporter wreak havoc on an ocean voyage.
Sweet Adeline (1934) as Captain
A gay nineties waitress rises from beer gardens to Broadway.
The Oil Raider (1934) as Jim Walker
Manhattan Love Song (1934) as Doctor
Love Birds (1934) as Jameson Forbes
Manhattan Melodrama (1934) as Assistant district attorney
Boyhood friends grow up on opposite sides of the law.

Cast (special)

Man of the Comstock (1953) as Governor Nye
The exploits of Bill Stewart, a mining attorney in the Comstock mining area of Colorado during the Civil War, as he attempts to maintain peace. Broadcast as a segment of "Fireside Theater."

Cast (short)

So You're Going to Be a Father (1947)
In this comedic short, Joe McDoakes faces numerous anxieties in becoming a new father. Vitaphone Release 1552A.
Tale of a Dog (1944)
In this comedic short, a town is led into panic after a child names his dog "Smallpox."
Patrolling the Ether (1944)
This short film details how the U.S. government created the R.I.D. to locate foreign enemy radio broadcasts.
Who's Superstitious? (1943)
This short film examines the origins of several superstitions, including crossing one''''s fingers when lying and why opening an umbrella inside a building is bad luck.
Unexpected Riches (1942)
In this short comedy, a gang of children dream about what it would be like to be rich.
The Film That Was Lost (1942)
This short film provides a look at the problems of film preservation efforts in the 1930s and 1940s.
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.
The Magic Alphabet (1942)
This short film focuses on the work of Dutch physician Christiaan Eijkman.
Robot Wrecks (1941)
In this comedic short, a gang of children build a robot to assist them with their chores.
Helping Hands (1941)
In this short film, a gang of children support the war effort.
Coffins on Wheels (1941)
In this short film, unscrupulous car dealers foist faulty and dangerous cars on an unsuspecting public.
Know Your Money (1940)
This short film tells the fictitious story of a bill counterfeiting ring.
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.
Buyer Beware (1940)
This short film deals with shady companies selling fake merchandise.
The Hidden Master (1940)
This short film focuses on true stories about the power of luck and incredible chance.
Old Hickory (1940)
This short film presents four key incidents in the public life of Andrew Jackson. Vitaphone Release 9590-9591.
You, the People (1940)
This short film focuses on a gangster who tries to get a cooked mayor re-elected.
The Monroe Doctrine (1939)
This short historical film focuses on the creation of the Monroe Doctrine. Vitaphone Release 9436-9437.
Slapsie Maxie's (1939)
In this comedic short, a waiter accidentally knocks out a boxing champion leading to a humorous "rematch." Vitaphone Release 9384-9385.
Angel of Mercy (1939)
This short film details the life of Clara Barton, founder of the Red Cross.
Money to Loan (1939)
This short film looks at the criminal lengths that loan sharks go to get individuals to pay back their loans.
The Greener Hills (1939)
This short film focuses on an incurable optimist who is always giving up on his job to try something new.
The Story That Couldn't Be Printed (1939)
This short film focuses on the story of John Peter Zengler, who was tried for sedition based on what he printed in his newspaper.
A Failure at Fifty (1939)
In this short film, the story of Abraham Lincoln''''s 30-year struggle of persistence-through-failure is told to an unemployed 50 year old man.
Campus Cinderella (1938)
After falling in love with a co-ed, a popular basketball star plays for a different college than what his father originally wanted in this musical short. Vitaphone Release 8809-8810.
The Declaration of Independence (1938)
This short film offers an account of the meeting of the Continental Congress in the summer of 1776. Vitaphone Release 8874-8875.
What Price Safety! (1938)
Racketeers move in on construction business and endanger public safety in this short film.
Romance of Radium (1937)
This short film tells the story of the discovery of radium and how it is used in medicine.
The Man Without a Country (1937)
This short film focuses on a disgraced U.S. army officer. Vitaphone Release 8369-8370.
It May Happen to You (1937)
In this short film, mobsters convince a meat packing company employee to help them hijack a truckload of beef.
Romance of Louisiana (1937)
This short film tells the story of the Louisiana Purchase.
A Day at Santa Anita (1937)
In this short film, an orphaned horse-trainer''''s daughter has made a bond with a horse that needs her presence to win races. Vitaphone Release 8071-8072.
"Servant of the People" The Story of the Constitution of the United States (1937)
This historical short film looks at the Founding Fathers of the United States and the creation of the Constitution of the U.S.
The Public Pays (1936)
In this short film, a protection racket preying on milk distribution is broken up.

Misc. Crew (short)

Flag of Mercy (1942)
Short film "Angel of Mercy" (1939), which depicts the efforts of Clara Barton to organize a hospital service for soldiers, is re-edited with footage relating it to America''''s involvement in World War II.

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