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Also Known As: Died: December 11, 1984
Born: September 7, 1894 Cause of Death: natural causes
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Writer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Fury River (1961) as Director
Major Robert Rogers searches for the northwest passage through the U.S. during the French and Indian War.
2.
Mission Of Danger (1959) as Director
A military explorer tangles with a French spy and a British officer while searching for the northwest passage.
3.
Pawnee (1957) as Director
4.
Destination 60,000 (1957) as Director
5.
Operation Pacific (1951) as Director
A dedicated submarine commander sacrifices everything to defeat the enemy.
6.
The Fighting Kentuckian (1949) as Director
A militiaman falls for a Frenchwoman and tries to protect her people from land grabbers.
7.
Gunfighters (1947) as Director
A gunman trying to avoid killing gets caught in the middle of a vicious range war.
8.
Tangier (1946) as Director
9.
Shady Lady (1945) as Director
10.
Frisco Sal (1945) as Director
Sal comes to the Barbary Coast from New England to find out who murdered her brother. She gets a job signing in Dude's saloon, falls in love with Dude, then wonders if he might be involved in the murder.
11.
The Climax (1944) as Director
Dr. Hohner (Karloff), theatre physician at the Vienna Royal Theatre, murders his mistress, the star soprano when his jealousy drives him to the point of mad obsession. Ten years later, another young singer (Foster) reminds Hohner of the late diva, and his old mania kicks in. Hohner wants to prevent her from singing for anyone but him, even if it means silencing her forever. The singer's fiancTe (Bey) rushes to save her in the film's climax.
12.
Sealed Lips (1942) as Director
13.
The Wolf Man (1941) as Director
A British nobleman undergoes a startling transformation when he's bitten by a gypsy werewolf.
14.
South of Tahiti (1941) as Director
While not Maria Montez's first film with credit billing, this is the one that Universal used to launch her sex-sand-sarong (the sandals came later) career---"Maria Montez-The Screen's New Blaze of Excitement"--- that lasted over four years until she was usurped by Yvonne DeCarlo. The taglines here were just a warn-up for what was to come---"Daring Days! Exotic Nights! in a forbidden Pagan Paradise" and one even foreshadowed the title of one of her future films; "WHITE SAVAGE! Daughter of Eve...with a Soul of Satan! Lashing men and beasts to hate...and love...in a forbidden Pagan Paradise!" The plotline says four men, Brian Donlevy, Brod Crawford, Andy Devine and Henry Wilcoxin, drift ashore to an exotic island where they meet a beautiful native girl. All become more than a little smitten with Melahi (Maria Montez), with the exception of Andy Devine who is only concerned about not becoming a meal for her pet leopard. They don't make 'em like this anymore.
15.
Horror Island (1941) as Director
16.
Man Made Monster (1941) as Director
17.
Drums of the Desert (1940) as Director
18.
The Phantom Stage (1939) as Director
Bob Carson and sidekick Grizzly take a job driving a stage for a line that is being repeatedly robbed. The culprits place a large box on the stage in which Runt can hide and steal the gold without the driver or guard knowing it. When Bob realizes what is happening, he replaces Runt in the box in hope of catching the outlaws.
19.
Stunt Pilot (1939) as Director
A movie stunt pilot faces murder charges when an aerial battle scene turns deadly.
20.
Mystery Plane (1939) as Director
Mobsters kidnap a flyer who's invented a new targeting system.
21.
Wolf Call (1939) as Director
22.
Honor of the West (1939) as Director
23.
Outlaw Express (1938) as Director
The government assigns calvary captain Bob Bradley (Bob Baker) to an area where pony express riders are being killed by arrows and their mail is being rifled. Posing as horse buyers, Bob and his pal, Andy Sharpe (Don Barclay), center their investigation around the ranch owned by Don Ricardo Hernandez (Martin Garralaga) where, in addition to learning that the Don has a pretty daughter named Lorita (Cecelia Callejo), he discovers that Jack Sommers (LeRoy Mason) and his lead henchman Phelps (Jack Kirk) are getting possession of the huge ranches, created by Spanish land grants, by having Ramon (Carleton Young), a disloyal Hernandez servant, kill the riders with arrows (hoping the Indians will be blamed) and taking the certificates of registry.
24.
Guilty Trails (1938) as Director
25.
Western Trails (1938) as Director
In a remake of Dawn Trail, Bob Mason is wounded chasing the killers of his father. During his recovery, his nurse is Alice whom his friend Ben plans to marry. He eventually learns the killer was Alice's brother Rudd. But Rudd convinces Ben that Bob is taking Alice away from him. So Ben removes the bullets from Bob's gun just before Bob goes off to face Rudd.
26.
Ghost Town Riders (1938) as Director
27.
The Black Bandit (1938) as Director
Twin brothers Bob and Don Ramsay are on opposite sides of the law. Bob is the Sheriff and Don is the famous outlaw the Black Bandit. When the Black Bandit strikes, he is seen and his look-alike brother Bob arrested. Refusing to implicate his brother, Bob escapes and heads after Don.
28.
Prairie Justice (1938) as Director
Investigating the rising tide of banditry and rustling in Medicine Hat, U.S. Marshal Bob Randall (Bob Baker) arrives under an assumed name. He meets Anita Benson (Dorothy Fay) who tells him she has come west to save her ranch but her uncle, John Benson (Jack Rockwell), tells her all of her cattle have been stolen. When his father, Sheriff Pope Randall (Forrest Taylor) is killed, Bob sets out to avenge his murder and to help Anita save her ranch.

Cast (feature film)

29.
Love's Blindness (1926) as Oscar Issacson
30.
The Iron Horse (1925) as Colonel Cody [Buffalo Bill]
A pony express rider honors his father's memory by helping build the transcontinental railway.
31.
His Hour (1924) as Sasha Basmanoff
32.
Desert Driven (1923) as Craydon
33.
The Great Alone (1922) as Bradley Carstairs
34.
Branded Man (1922) as
35.
The Sheik (1921) as Yousaef
An Arabian sheik kidnaps a beautiful Englishwoman to win her heart.

Writer (feature film)

36.
Man from God's Country (1958) as Writer
George Montgomery, Randy Stuart, Gregg Barton, Kim Charney, Susan Cummings. A retired sheriff and his former partner find themselves on opposite sides of the law when local ranchers feud over valuable railroad property.
37.
Pawnee (1957) as Writer
38.
Destination 60,000 (1957) as Writer
39.
Bitter Creek (1954) as Writer
A man attempts to find the killer of his brother.
40.
Return from the Sea (1954) as Screenwriter
41.
Operation Pacific (1951) as Writer
A dedicated submarine commander sacrifices everything to defeat the enemy.
42.
Tales of the West 3 (1950) as ["Gold Strike"] based on a story by
43.
Tales of the West 2 (1950) as ["The Fargo Phantom"] based on a story by
44.
The Fighting Kentuckian (1949) as Screenwriter
A militiaman falls for a Frenchwoman and tries to protect her people from land grabbers.
45.
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1946) as Original Story
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.
46.
Sealed Lips (1942) as Orig scr
47.
Flying Cadets (1941) as Orig scr
48.
Man Made Monster (1941) as Screenwriter
49.
Father Steps Out (1941) as Orig scr
A remake of Monogram's 1934 "City Limits" with practically all of the character role names the same as in the earlier film, and the primary difference here is that the author of the original story, Jack Woodford, receives no mention here. George Waggner (as Joseph West),who adapted the story for the first film, takes an "original screenplay" credit here with no nod in the direction of the man who wrote the story in the first place. A glance at a few Universal B-westerns Waggner "wrote" for Bob Baker will find that the majority of them had also been written before by other writers, mostly in the John Wayne Lone Star westerns. Edmond Kelso's additional dialogue credit must have been for the interplay between Frank Faylen's and Charlie Hall's hobo characters, especially when Faylen starts explaining why the sixty-cent dollar is still worth a dollar in a 40-year precursor to voo-doo economics. Story concerns railroad tycoon J.B. Matthews (Jed Prouty) taking over a rival line, being sent on an R&R vacation by his doctor, falling off his private train-car and landing in a hobo jungle occupied by Faylen and Hall, and being cured of all his ills, while reporter Jimmy Dugan (Frank Albertson) poses as a doctor in order to get an exclusive story about the railroad takeover.
50.
Queen of the Yukon (1940) as Screenwriter
51.
Son of the Navy (1940) as Screenwriter
52.
On the Spot (1940) as Screenwriter
53.
The Fatal Hour (1940) as Adaptation
Asian sleuth Mr. Wong gets caught up in the mystery surrounding a policeman's death.
54.
Laughing at Danger (1940) as Story
Frankie Kelly (Frankie Darro), pageboy at the beauty salon ran by Madam Celeste (Veda Ann Borg), and his helper Jefferson (Mantan Moreland) find the routine broken when the body of one of the operators, Florence (Maxine Leslie), is found in the dumbwaiter. She had been shot just before she was to give Detective Dan Haggerty (George Houston)information about a blackmail gang. Since Mary Baker (Joy Hodges), Frankie's girl friend saw her last, she is suspected, and Frankie determines to clear her using his own sleuthing methods. He has hardy begun when Pierre (Rolfe Sedan), another member of the staff, and Florence's fiancee is found dead.
55.
On the Spot (1940) as Original Story
56.
Drums of the Desert (1940) as Screenwriter
57.
Laughing at Danger (1940) as Screenwriter
Frankie Kelly (Frankie Darro), pageboy at the beauty salon ran by Madam Celeste (Veda Ann Borg), and his helper Jefferson (Mantan Moreland) find the routine broken when the body of one of the operators, Florence (Maxine Leslie), is found in the dumbwaiter. She had been shot just before she was to give Detective Dan Haggerty (George Houston)information about a blackmail gang. Since Mary Baker (Joy Hodges), Frankie's girl friend saw her last, she is suspected, and Frankie determines to clear her using his own sleuthing methods. He has hardy begun when Pierre (Rolfe Sedan), another member of the staff, and Florence's fiancee is found dead.
58.
Phantom of Chinatown (1940) as Screenwriter
Asian sleuth Mr. Wong fights to keep a killer from winning control of a rich oil deposit.
59.
Wolf Call (1939) as Screenwriter
60.
The Phantom Stage (1939) as Orig story and scr
Bob Carson and sidekick Grizzly take a job driving a stage for a line that is being repeatedly robbed. The culprits place a large box on the stage in which Runt can hide and steal the gold without the driver or guard knowing it. When Bob realizes what is happening, he replaces Runt in the box in hope of catching the outlaws.
61.
Oklahoma Terror (1939) as Screenwriter
62.
Stunt Pilot (1939) as Screenwriter
A movie stunt pilot faces murder charges when an aerial battle scene turns deadly.
63.
Mystery Plane (1939) as Screenwriter
Mobsters kidnap a flyer who's invented a new targeting system.
64.
Sky Patrol (1939) as Screenwriter
An ace pilot tries to rescue his commander's son from smugglers.
65.
Honor of the West (1939) as Orig story and scr
66.
State Police (1938) as Orig story and scr
67.
The Spy Ring (1938) as Screenwriter
The absence of stagecoaches and covered wagons didn't keep director Joseph H. "Wagon Wheel" Lewis from employing his usual camera set-ups of shooting scenes from behind and through various props and fixtures, and the inclusion of a polo game enabled him to get his usual "hitching post" shot, in addition to shooting over and through automobile hood ornaments, champange bottles, baloons and mirror reflections. The soure that dubbed this one in the "musical" genre obviously never saw the film, as there are no songs and only a rinky-dink piece of music used at the Officer's Club dance. This one is about a gang of independent spys after a cigar-shaped device that guarantees accuracy on artillery and large weapons. The spys are headed by Paul Douglas (LeRoy Mason), Jean Bruce (Esther Ralston billed as Jane Carleton) and Frank Denton (Leon Ames), while Captain Todd Hayden (William Hall, in one of his rare starring roles and actually solo- billed above the title) is the protector of the device, and in love with the Colonel's daughter, Elaine Burdette (Jane Wyman, at the peak of her cute, bubbly and pouty stage.) Most of the action is placed at the Presido in Montery and most of it revolves around the outcome of a polo match between the Cavalry team and a civilian team called "The Rainbows", which star player Hayden has to throw in order to catch the spys.
68.
Prairie Justice (1938) as Orig story and scr
Investigating the rising tide of banditry and rustling in Medicine Hat, U.S. Marshal Bob Randall (Bob Baker) arrives under an assumed name. He meets Anita Benson (Dorothy Fay) who tells him she has come west to save her ranch but her uncle, John Benson (Jack Rockwell), tells her all of her cattle have been stolen. When his father, Sheriff Pope Randall (Forrest Taylor) is killed, Bob sets out to avenge his murder and to help Anita save her ranch.
69.
Midnight Intruder (1938) as Screenwriter
70.
Air Devils (1938) as Screenwriter
71.
Guilty Trails (1938) as Orig story and scr
72.
The Black Bandit (1938) as Orig Story and scr
Twin brothers Bob and Don Ramsay are on opposite sides of the law. Bob is the Sheriff and Don is the famous outlaw the Black Bandit. When the Black Bandit strikes, he is seen and his look-alike brother Bob arrested. Refusing to implicate his brother, Bob escapes and heads after Don.
73.
Ghost Town Riders (1938) as Orig story and scr
74.
I Cover the War (1937) as Screenwriter
Bob Adams (John Wayne), ace newsreel cameraman, is told by his boss, "Get the picture---we can't screen alibis." He heads for Samari, a desert hot-bed of tribal unrest in Africa, to do just that, which includes getting footage of El Kadar (Charles Brokaw), bandit and rebel leader. He gets his pictures but only after a romance with the Colonel's daughter Pamela (Gwen Gaze), saving his wimpy, hacked-off brother Don (James Bush) from being a dupe of the gun-runners, and run-ins with spies and throat-cutting tribesman. For a finale, he saves the British Army. Made during the two-year period when Universal became "The NEW Universal" but still looked like the old Universal. FYI to source that thinks actor Jack Mack is the same actor as musician/western actor Taylor Curtis McPeters, AKA Cactus Mack; He ain't. Not even close.
75.
Idol of the Crowds (1937) as Orig story and scr
Johnny Hanson wants to make enough money to enlarge his chicken farm. He does this through hockey. Gangsters get involved in trying to get him to throw a championship game, even lining up a woman to help steer him their way.
76.
Three Legionnaires (1937) as Screenwriter
77.
Three Legionnaires (1937) as Story
78.
Don't Get Personal (1936) as Screenwriter
79.
Sea Spoilers (1936) as Screenwriter
When a Coast Guard commander arrives at his actress girlfriend's yacht, he finds the owner killed and his girlfriend missing.
80.
The Nut Farm (1935) as Screenwriter
81.
The Cowboy Millionaire (1935) as Screenwriter
82.
The Healer (1935) as Cont and dial
83.
Dizzy Dames (1935) as Screenwriter
84.
Spring Tonic (1935) as Contr on spec seq
85.
The Keeper of the Bees (1935) as Additional Dialogue
86.
Cheers of the Crowd (1935) as Story and Screenplay
87.
Champagne for Breakfast (1935) as Screenwriter
88.
Cappy Ricks Returns (1935) as Adpt and scr
89.
The Line Up (1934) as Orig scr
90.
City Limits (1934) as Story and Screenplay
91.
Girl O' My Dreams (1934) as Story and Screenplay
92.
Once to Every Bachelor (1934) as Story, cont and dial
93.
He Couldn't Take It (1933) as Additional Dialogue
Jimmy Kelly, who can't hold on to a job because of his hot temper, finds his calling as a process server. He serves process on a gangster and exposes a criminal conspiracy while trying to stop his long-suffering girlfriend from taking a vacation with her lecherous boss.
94.
95.
Gorilla Ship (1932) as Story and cont

Producer (feature film)

96.
Shady Lady (1945) as Producer
97.
Frisco Sal (1945) as Producer
Sal comes to the Barbary Coast from New England to find out who murdered her brother. She gets a job signing in Dude's saloon, falls in love with Dude, then wonders if he might be involved in the murder.
98.
Gypsy Wildcat (1944) as Producer
In an unspecified Renaissance kingdom, no sooner has Anube's gypsy tribe encamped near Baron Tovar's village when Count Orso is found murdered. The wicked baron blames the gypsies and imprisons them all in his castle. Meanwhile, a mysterious stranger on a white horse has hidden the murder arrow and won the heart of gypsy belle Carla, to the discomfiture of her erstwhile fiancTe Tonio. Baron Tovar is also fascinated by Carla...especially when he notices her heraldic pendant.
99.
Cobra Woman (1944) as Producer
Upon discovering his fiancTe Tollea has been kidnaped, Ramu and his friend Kado set out for a Pacific isle where all strangers are to be killed on arrival and the inhabitants, who are frequently sacrificed to an angry volcano god, worship the cobra. The island is ruled over by Tollea's evil twin Naja, the Cobra Woman, who, besides having designs on her new prisoner Ramu, also desires to eliminate any competition from her benevolent sister.
100.
The Climax (1944) as Producer
Dr. Hohner (Karloff), theatre physician at the Vienna Royal Theatre, murders his mistress, the star soprano when his jealousy drives him to the point of mad obsession. Ten years later, another young singer (Foster) reminds Hohner of the late diva, and his old mania kicks in. Hohner wants to prevent her from singing for anyone but him, even if it means silencing her forever. The singer's fiancTe (Bey) rushes to save her in the film's climax.
101.
Phantom of the Opera (1943) as Producer
Pit violinist Claudin hopelessly loves rising operatic soprano Christine Dubois (as do baritone Anatole and police inspector Raoul) and secretly aids her career. But Claudin loses both his touch and his job, murders a rascally music publisher in a fit of madness, and has his face etched with acid. Soon, mysterious crimes plague the Paris Opera House, blamed on a legendary "phantom" whom none can find in the mazes and catacombs. But both of Christine's lovers have plans to ferret him out.
102.
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943) as Producer
Graverobbers open the grave of the Wolfman and awake him. He doesn't like the idea of being immortal and killing people when the moon is full, so he tries to find Dr. Frankenstein, to kill him, but Frankenstein is dead and only his Monster is alive and this one wants to live, not to die like the Wolfman.
103.
White Savage (1943) as Producer
104.
Sin Town (1942) as Producer
Conman Dud McNair and his girl arrive in Carsin Town to find they have been sold worthless oil wells. The place is thriving and Dud soon eases himself in as half owner of a saloon. But his partner is playing a cagey and more deadly game. He is in jail so any lawlessness will be blamed on McNair.
105.
Men of Texas (1942) as Producer
106.
The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) as Producer
Ygor resurrects Frankenstein's monster and brings him to the original doctor's son, Ludwig, for help. Ludwig, obsessed with the idea of restoring the monster to full power, is unaware that his various associates all have different ideas about whose brain is to be transplanted into the monster's skull.
107.
The Invisible Agent (1942) as Associate Producer
Frank Raymond, grandson of the original Invisible Man, still has the old formula but considers it too dangerous to use, even when Axis agents try to get it. But Pearl Harbor brings him to volunteer his own services as an invisible agent in Germany. Though a bit cold (clothes aren't invisible), his adventures are more comedy than thriller (with occasional grim reminders) as he makes fools of Nazi officials and romances a luscious double agent, in search of Hitler's secret plan...
108.
South of Tahiti (1941) as Producer
While not Maria Montez's first film with credit billing, this is the one that Universal used to launch her sex-sand-sarong (the sandals came later) career---"Maria Montez-The Screen's New Blaze of Excitement"--- that lasted over four years until she was usurped by Yvonne DeCarlo. The taglines here were just a warn-up for what was to come---"Daring Days! Exotic Nights! in a forbidden Pagan Paradise" and one even foreshadowed the title of one of her future films; "WHITE SAVAGE! Daughter of Eve...with a Soul of Satan! Lashing men and beasts to hate...and love...in a forbidden Pagan Paradise!" The plotline says four men, Brian Donlevy, Brod Crawford, Andy Devine and Henry Wilcoxin, drift ashore to an exotic island where they meet a beautiful native girl. All become more than a little smitten with Melahi (Maria Montez), with the exception of Andy Devine who is only concerned about not becoming a meal for her pet leopard. They don't make 'em like this anymore.
109.
Badlands of Dakota (1941) as Associate Producer
110.
The Wolf Man (1941) as Producer
A British nobleman undergoes a startling transformation when he's bitten by a gypsy werewolf.

Music (feature film)

111.
Operation Pacific (1951) as Composer
A dedicated submarine commander sacrifices everything to defeat the enemy.
112.
The Fighting Kentuckian (1949) as Composer
A militiaman falls for a Frenchwoman and tries to protect her people from land grabbers.
113.
Mary Lou (1948) as Composer
114.
Idea Girl (1946) as Composer
Larry Brewster (Jess Barker), partner in the music publishing firm of Brewster and Crow, returns from a trip to find that his partner, J. C. Crow (Alan Mowbray) has hired Pat O'Rourke (Julie Bishop)as a song plugger. Larry doesn't approve of the plan and, in a bad mood, refuses to see composer Wilfred Potts (George Dolenz)who is offering a song for publication. Pat, in spite of Larry's objections, stays on the job. She has the firm promote an amateur song-writing contest, and the winner is a submission by Potts, but because he used the name of Wicks, the firm can't locate him and is facing prosecution on charges of using the mail to conduct a fraudulent contest.
115.
Tangier (1946) as Composer
116.
Shady Lady (1945) as Composer
117.
Frisco Sal (1945) as Composer
Sal comes to the Barbary Coast from New England to find out who murdered her brother. She gets a job signing in Dude's saloon, falls in love with Dude, then wonders if he might be involved in the murder.
118.
Gypsy Wildcat (1944) as Composer
In an unspecified Renaissance kingdom, no sooner has Anube's gypsy tribe encamped near Baron Tovar's village when Count Orso is found murdered. The wicked baron blames the gypsies and imprisons them all in his castle. Meanwhile, a mysterious stranger on a white horse has hidden the murder arrow and won the heart of gypsy belle Carla, to the discomfiture of her erstwhile fiancTe Tonio. Baron Tovar is also fascinated by Carla...especially when he notices her heraldic pendant.
119.
The Climax (1944) as Composer
Dr. Hohner (Karloff), theatre physician at the Vienna Royal Theatre, murders his mistress, the star soprano when his jealousy drives him to the point of mad obsession. Ten years later, another young singer (Foster) reminds Hohner of the late diva, and his old mania kicks in. Hohner wants to prevent her from singing for anyone but him, even if it means silencing her forever. The singer's fiancTe (Bey) rushes to save her in the film's climax.
120.
Phantom of the Opera (1943) as Composer
Pit violinist Claudin hopelessly loves rising operatic soprano Christine Dubois (as do baritone Anatole and police inspector Raoul) and secretly aids her career. But Claudin loses both his touch and his job, murders a rascally music publisher in a fit of madness, and has his face etched with acid. Soon, mysterious crimes plague the Paris Opera House, blamed on a legendary "phantom" whom none can find in the mazes and catacombs. But both of Christine's lovers have plans to ferret him out.
121.
South of Tahiti (1941) as Composer
While not Maria Montez's first film with credit billing, this is the one that Universal used to launch her sex-sand-sarong (the sandals came later) career---"Maria Montez-The Screen's New Blaze of Excitement"--- that lasted over four years until she was usurped by Yvonne DeCarlo. The taglines here were just a warn-up for what was to come---"Daring Days! Exotic Nights! in a forbidden Pagan Paradise" and one even foreshadowed the title of one of her future films; "WHITE SAVAGE! Daughter of Eve...with a Soul of Satan! Lashing men and beasts to hate...and love...in a forbidden Pagan Paradise!" The plotline says four men, Brian Donlevy, Brod Crawford, Andy Devine and Henry Wilcoxin, drift ashore to an exotic island where they meet a beautiful native girl. All become more than a little smitten with Melahi (Maria Montez), with the exception of Andy Devine who is only concerned about not becoming a meal for her pet leopard. They don't make 'em like this anymore.
122.
Hit Parade of 1941 (1940) as Composer
A small radio station is saved of getting bankrupt by a backer, who invests money for a TV equipment, if the owner allows, that his dancing daughter Annabelle can dance and sing on the screen, but due to her voice, her singing had to be dubbed by the owner's girl friend Pat Abbott.But problems start, when the owner starts dating Annabelle.
123.
Dizzy Dames (1935) as Composer
124.
The Old Homestead (1935) as Composer
125.
Girl O' My Dreams (1934) as Composer
126.
Embarrassing Moments (1934) as Composer
127.
The Phantom Broadcast (1933) as Composer
128.
The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1933) as Composer
129.
Sing Sinner Sing (1933) as Composer
130.
What a Widow (1930) as Composer
131.
Troopers Three (1930) as Composer
132.
Good News (1930) as Composer
A college football star falls for his mousy French tutor.
133.
Oh, Yeah (1929) as Composer
134.
The Flying Fool (1929) as Composer
135.
High Voltage (1929) as Composer

Production Companies (feature film)

136.
Tangier (1946) as Company

Misc. Crew (feature film)


Director (special)

139.
Arroyo (1955) as Director
The story of Lamar Kendall, a self-appointed judge, and his attempts to uphold the law in the town of Arroyo, New Mexico. In the pilot episode, Kendall attempts to help a wounded woman who claims her wagon train was attacked by Indians.

Writer (special)

140.
Arroyo (1955) as Writer
The story of Lamar Kendall, a self-appointed judge, and his attempts to uphold the law in the town of Arroyo, New Mexico. In the pilot episode, Kendall attempts to help a wounded woman who claims her wagon train was attacked by Indians.

Music (short)

141.
Kiddie Revue (1930)
Child entertainers perform several song and dance numbers in this musical short.

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