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What Three Men Wanted (1924) as Director

Cast (feature film)

Barefoot in the Park (1967) as Bum in park
A free-thinking bride and her conservative groom have trouble adjusting to married life.
Stage to Thunder Rock (1964) as
A lawman is forced to capture or kill the outlaw father-and-son team with whom he was raised.
Pocketful of Miracles (1961) as Mallethead
A good-hearted gangster turns an old apple seller into a society matron so she can impress her daughter.
Guns of the Timberland (1960) as Bill Burroughs
A lumberjack battles a group of ranchers over the rights to a nearby forest.
Spartacus (1960) as Fimbria
The rebellious Thracian Spartacus, born and raised a slave, is sold to Gladiator trainer Batiatus. After weeks of being trained to kill for the arena, Spartacus turns on his owners and leads the other slaves in rebellion. As the rebels move from town to town, their numbers swell as escaped slaves join their ranks. Under the leadership of Spartacus, they make their way to southern Italy, where they will cross the sea and return to their homes. Meanwhile, in Rome, the slave revolt has become a deciding factor in the power struggle between two senators: the republican Gracchus and the militarist Crassus, each of whom sees the fortunes of the rebellion as the key to his own rise to power or humiliating defeat. As the two statesmen attempt to aid, hinder and manipulate the rebels for their own benefit, Spartacus and his followers press on toward freedom.
Face of a Fugitive (1959) as Jake
A man framed for murder tries to build a new life after escaping the law.
Gunman's Walk (1958) as Cook
A rancher''''s rebellious son tries to teach him that violence is no longer an answer.
Screaming Mimi (1958) as McGuffin
A serial killer stalks an exotic dancer in New Orleans.
Domino Kid (1957) as Barnes
Domino returns from the Civil War to find his ranch in ruins and his father murdered. Five men were responsible and four were identified. One by one Domino outdraws the four that were known, all being outlaws. There is only one left now. Domino does not know his identity but that man probably knows of Domino and his mission.
The Proud Ones (1956) as Billy Smith
Marshal Silver is run out of town under suspicion of being a trigger-happy killer after shooting a hired gun of Honest John Barrett. A placid life in a new town is interrupted by the reappearance of Barrett, old enemies and the son of the hired gun from years ago, Anderson.
Love Me Tender (1956) as Jethro
Three brothers unwittingly become outlaws after robbing a train the day after peacetime.
Stranger at My Door (1956) as Old fellow
Notorious outlaw Clay Anderson and gang rob the town bank and flee in separate directions. Riding hard, Clay's horse goes lame and he is forced to pull-up at a nearby farm. He soon discovers that the place belongs to local preacher Hollis Jarret, his new wife, and a son from a previous marriage. Clay, posing as a weary traveler, tries to insinuate himself into a secure hideout, but the reverend isn't fooled. He agrees to allow Clay to remain at the farm for a few days, but his motive isn't the preservation of his family's safety. Hollis reasons that, with time, patience and a lot of faith, he can convince the outlaw to turn over a new leaf. But Clay's criminal tendencies may run deeper than the preacher had imagined...
Glory (1956) as Squeaky Bob
A young woman's devotion to her racehorse creates romantic problems.
Fury at Gunsight Pass (1956) as Squint
Part of an outlaw gang rides into town to rob the bank and their accomplice is the local undertaker. The robbery goes awry and they are captured but the money is not found. While the prisoners are being transferred, the rest of the gang overpowers the posse, frees the prisoners, and returns to town. The undertaker's wife finds the money and tries to flee putting the townspeople's life in jeopardy as the outlaw leader plans to start shooting them unless he gets the money.
The Man with the Golden Arm (1956) as Suspenders
A junkie must face his true self to kick his drug addiction.
Wyoming Renegades (1955) as Tipsy man
Phil Carey, Gene Evans, Martha Hyer, William Bishop, Douglas Kennedy, Don Beddoe. Butch Cassidy tries to enlist former outlaw Phil Carey in his lawless gang but is thwarted by Carey''s fiancee (Martha Hyer) and her task force of women sharpshooters. One of the minor villains is Aaron Spelling, who in 1960 was to launch himself to fame as the producer of Zane Grey Theatre and later as the idea man behind "Charlie''s Angels".
The Desperate Hours (1955) as Al
Escaped convicts terrorize a suburban family they're holding hostage.
Lay That Rifle Down (1955) as Mr. Gribble
Three Hours to Kill (1954) as Albert
After escaping a lynch mob, an innocent man returns to find out who framed him for murder.
Powder River (1953) as Store proprietor
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.
The Stars Are Singing (1953) as Henryk, the messboy
Fifteen-year-old Katri Walenska (Amma Maria Alberghetti) jumps a Polish ship, swims ashore and enters New York illegally. The United States Immigration officials are alerted---the USA still had a functioning immigration policy and department when this was filmed---and the search is on. Katri's only possessions are a ten-dollar bill and a letter to her parents' old friend, Jan Poldi (Lauritz Melchior), a former Metropolitan Opera star. She finds him in a shabby Greenwich Village apartment. His neighbors in the apartment house are three Broadway hopefuls; pop singer Terry Brennan (Rosemary Clooney), hoofer Buddy Fraser (Tom Morton) and Homer Tirdell (Bob Williams) and his talented dog Red Dust. (Pardon me, make that four Broadway hopefuls counting the dog.) When Terry hears Katri's magnificent singing voice, she scurries around New York to get her an audition and succeeds in getting her a spot on Don Wilson's televised amatuer hour. She wins the contest but unwittingly reveals her true identity as an illegal alien, which causes the arrest of Poldi, Wilson and Dave (John Archer), Terry's lawyer boyfriend. Katri faces deportation.
Girls in the Night (1953) as Blind Minosa
Flaming Feather (1952) as Prospector
Sterling Hayden, Forrest Tucker, Barbara Rush, Arleen Whelan, Carol Thurston, Edgar Buchanan, Victor Jory, Richard Arlen, and Ian MacDonald as Tombstone Jack. An outlaw with a secret motive poses as a wealthy landowner and leads a band of renegade Indians against rancher Sterling Hayden and cavalry officer Forrest Tucker.
Toughest Man in Arizona (1952) as Telegraph operator
Marshal Landry captures outlaw Girard and bringing him in finds a woman and two children, the only survivors of an Indian attack. Later, transferring the prisoner his brothers free him. Then a stage is robbed of a silver shipment by Girard and his brothers. Examining telegrams gets Landry a confession from Girard's girlfriend. The telegraph line has been tapped and the telegrapher is the supposedly dead husband of the woman he brough in. Now knowing Girard's location he sets out after him.
Son of Paleface (1952) as Ebeneezer Hawkins
In this sequel to "The Paleface", Bob Hope and Jane Russell return as the lead characters. Hope plays Junior Potter, who returns to claim his father's gold, which is nowhere to be found. Throw in Russell as "Mike", the luscious head of a gang of thieves, and Roy Rogers as a federal marshal hot on her trail.
Carrie (1952) as Coachman
A married man''''s passion for a young woman leads to tragedy.
The Greatest Show on Earth (1952) as
A circus ringmaster and an egotistical trapeze artist vie for the love of a pretty acrobat.
Oklahoma Annie (1952) as Mr. Potter
Superman and the Mole-Men (1951) as Doc Saunders
Reporters Clark Kent and Lois Lane arrive in the small town of Silsby to witness the drilling of the world's deepest oil well. The drill, however, has penetrated the underground home of a race of small, furry people who then come to the surface at night to look around. The fact that they glow in the dark scares the townfolk, who form a mob, led by the vicious Luke Benson, intent on killing the strange people. Only Superman has a chance to prevent this tragedy.
Santa Fe (1951) as Uncle Dick Wootton
Four brothers end up on opposite sides of a shootout.
Silver City (1951) as Paxton
The Texas Rangers (1951) as Peter
The head of the Texas Ranger enlists two convicts to track an outlaw band.
Storm Warning (1951) as Hauser
A model on vacation discovers that her sister's husband is a murderous Ku Klux Klansman.
As Young As You Feel (1951) as Printer
Sixty-five-year-old John Hodges must retire from Acme Printing. He later impersonates the president of the parent company and arrives at his old plant on an inspection tour. Acme president McKinley is so nervous not even his beautiful secretary Harriet can calm him. McKinley's wife Lucille becomes infatuated with Hodges. Many further complications ensue.
Vengeance Valley (1951) as Dr. Irwin
An honest rancher tries to block his evil brother's plots while keeping them from their father.
The Big Gusher (1951) as Cappy Groves
Two oil-field roughnecks try to protect their land from a con artist until they can strike oil.
Hot Lead (1951) as Duke, telegraph operator
A pair of cowboys take on train robbers.
Stage to Tucson (1951) as Jesse
(Wes ''51). Rod Cameron, Wayne Morris, Kay Buckley, Roy Roberts, Carl Benton Reid, Douglas Fowley. Two Union agents are sent to investigate charges that the Confederates are stealing Arizona stagecoaches and smuggling them into Atlanta in an effort to break the Federal''s western supply line.
Warpath (1951) as Bum
A man sets out on a mission of vengeance against three bank robbers responsible for the death of his fiancee and becomes involved in an Indian ambush.
Frenchie (1951) as Rednose
A woman sells her successful business in New Orleans to find the men who killed her father.
Montana (1950) as Tecumseh Burke
An Australian gets caught in the battle between ranchers and sheep men.
Tarzan and the Slave Girl (1950) as Elephant keeper
A dying tribe kidnaps the jungle king's wife to help replenish their numbers.
Dear Wife (1950) as Mr. Grindle
Teenaged Miriam starts a political campaign to nominate Bill Seacroft, her brother-in-law, for state senator in opposition to the local political machine. Unknown to Miriam, said machine nominates her father, Judge Wilkins. As support grows for Bill, the presence of rival candidates under one roof poses problems, especially for Ruth, wife to Bill and daughter of the judge.
Young Man with a Horn (1950) as Pawnbroker
A young trumpet player is torn between an honest singer and a manipulative heiress.
The Good Humor Man (1950) as Mr. Watkins
A good-hearted ice cream man's efforts to help a young woman turn him into a murder suspect.
Father Makes Good (1950) as Watchman
Mary Ryan, Detective (1950) as Watchman
Double Deal (1950) as Old man at well
An oil engineer comes into a fortune when his boss is murdered.
The Petty Girl (1950) as Night clerk
A cheesecake artist tries to get a college professor to pose for him.
Summer Stock (1950) as Frank
A farmer gets sucked into show business when a theatrical troupe invades her farm.
It's a Small World (1950) as Farmer
A little person becomes the dupe of a criminal gang.
The Fuller Brush Girl (1950) as Doorman
A daffy door-to-door saleswoman blunders into a murder investigation.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) as Kelly
A police officer tries to find half a million dollars stolen by gangsters.
The Woman on Pier 13 (1950) as [J. T.] Arnold
Communists blackmail a shipping executive into spying for them.
Please Believe Me (1950) as Bill Hawkins
Three men pursue a shipboard romance with a woman they think is an heiress.
No Sad Songs for Me (1950) as Florist
A terminally ill woman struggles to leave her husband and child taken care of before she dies.
Sunset in the West (1950) as "Blinky" Adams
Near the border, outlaws are hijacking trains and using them to transport large quantities of rifles. Roy gets involved when the train that was to pick up his cattle fails to stop. Helping out the Sheriff, Roy brings in a suspect. He identifies him as a wanted man but the outlaw escapes with Roy as a hostage. Roy is taken to the gang leader's house where another hijacking is being planned. They also plan to get rid of Roy.
Tarnished (1950) as Sam Haines
Hideout (1949) as Janitor
Cover Up (1949) as Mr. Abbey
An insurance investigator smells something wrong when he looks into a small-town suicide.
Look for the Silver Lining (1949) as Mr. Beeman
Musical biography of Marilyn Miller, who overcame heartache to become a Broadway star.
Tucson (1949) as Sharpe
Arctic Manhunt (1949) as Hotel clerk
Ladies of the Chorus (1949) as Doorman
A one-time burlesque star tries to shield her daughter so she can marry a nice young man.
Sand (1949) as Prospector
Jeff Keane's expensive showhorse escapes from a train and runs wild in the Colorado wilderness. Keane searches for the horse while the horse learns the ways of the wild.
The Reckless Moment (1949) as Desk clerk
A mother attempts to protect her murderous daughter.
Whispering Smith (1949) as Guard
A railroad detective tries to bring in a gang of train robbers and a lost love.
Johnny Allegro (1949) as Gray
A reformed hoodlum gets mixed up with counterfeiters and a deadly manhunt.
Lust for Gold (1949) as Bill Bates
A German immigrant braves the wild West in search of gold and a woman to love.
The Sun Comes Up (1949) as Dr. Sample
Lassie helps an embittered woman find happiness with an orphaned boy.
Roughshod (1949) as Storekeeper
A rancher tries to save his fellow stagecoach passengers from a murderous enemy.
The Doolins of Oklahoma (1949) as Al
An outlaw tries to leave the family gang and go straight.
I Love Trouble (1948) as Janitor
A wealthy man hires a detective to investigate his wife's past. The detective (Franchot Tone) discovers that the wife had been a dancer and left her home town with an actor. The latter is killed before he can talk, but, with the help of a showgirl, the detective learns that the wife had used stolen papers from a girl friend to enter college after she had stolen $40,000 from the night club where she worked. The detective eventually learns that the husband had killed his wife when he discovered her past in order to avoid a scandal, and had hired the detective to try and frame him for the killing.
Tenth Avenue Angel (1948) as Pop
A child of the tenements helps an ex-con find a new life.
The Wreck of the Hesperus (1948) as Rudolph Zeiss
On Our Merry Way (1948) as Oliver's boss
Oliver Pease gets a dose of courage from his wife Martha and tricks the editor of the paper (where he writes lost pet notices) into assigning him the day's roving question. Martha suggests, "Has a little child ever changed your life?" Oliver gets answers from two slow-talking musicians, an actress whose roles usually feature a sarong, and an itinerant cardsharp. In each case the "little child" is hardly innocent: in the first, a local auto mechanic's "baby" turns out to be fully developed as a woman and a musician; in the second, a spoiled child star learns kindness; in the third, the family of a lost brat doesn't want him returned. And Oliver, what becomes of him?
Belle Starr's Daughter (1948) as Wilkins
Rusty Leads the Way (1948) as Postman
A boy and his dog help a bitter blind girl adjust to life.
The Untamed Breed (1948) as Seiter
Tom Reed's adaptation of the "Saturday Evening Post" story by Eli Colter finds Texas wrangler Tom Kilpatrick (Sonny Tufts) persuading the ranchers of the Pecos area, led by John Rambeau (Edgar Buchanan), to buy a Brahma bull on a cooperative basis to improve their depleted cattle strain. The bull escapes, due to the carelessness of Windy Lucas (George Hayes as George 'Gabby' Hayes.) The mishap is seen by Larch Keegan (William Bishop), young rancher in love with Cherry Lucas (Barbara Britton), Windy's adopted daughter. Larch, jealous of Tom as a rival for Cherry and for water rights, fixes the blame on the wrangler. The bull terrorizes the countryside, injuring farm women and killing other bulls. Larch and his brothers, Hoy (Joe Sawyer) and Happy (Gordon Jones), incite the ranchers to shoot the bull on sight, but Tom begs for time to capture it alive. Tom corners and lassoes the bull in the hills, but his horse is no match for the bull, who escapes again. Tom then sets out to capture the Widow Maker, a famous wild horse, knowing the horse is the only one capable of holding the lassoed bull. He does so and trains the horse in secret. Larch grows so jealous of Tom that he vows to burn down his ranch house. To prevent this, Cherry marries Tom but the latter, discovering why Cherry rushed into the marriage, refuses to live with her as man and wife.
An Act of Murder (1948) as Old man
When a judge learns his wife has terminal brain cancer, he begins to consider mercy-killing.
A Song Is Born (1948) as Justice of the peace
A group of music professors takes in a singer on the run from her gangster boyfriend.
The Paleface (1948) as Justice of the peace
An inept dentist must rescue his outlaw wife from the Indians.
Best Man Wins (1948) as Bartender
The Fuller Brush Man (1948) as Gardener
A bumbling salesman gets mixed up in murder.
Black Eagle: The Story of a Horse (1948) as Hank Daniels
Madonna of the Desert (1948) as Hank Davenport
Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948) as Concierge
A woman's lifelong love for a callous concert pianist leads to tragedy.
Black Eagle (1948)
Silver River (1948) as Wagon master
A ruthless gambler''''s rise to power is cut short by character flaws.
Hollow Triumph (1948) as Clerk
A crook on the lam poses as a psychiatrist.
Man from Texas (1948) as Ed Miller
Relentless (1948) as Len Briggs
Robert Young, Marguerite Chapman, Willard Parker, Akim Tamiroff, Barton MacLane, Mike Mazurki. When his prize mare is stolen, cowboy Robert Young goes in pursuit of the culprit, only to learn that he is also being pursued by the law for a murder he didn''t commit
Adventures in Silverado (1948) as Sam Perkins
Desperate (1947) as Uncle Jan
An innocent trucker takes it on the lam when he's accused of robbery.
The Pilgrim Lady (1947) as Oscar, the gardener
Exposed (1947) as Prof. Ordson
Saddle Pals (1947) as Mike
It's a Joke, Son! (1947) as Postman
The first Eagle-Lion film stars Kenny Delmar as Senator Beauregard Claghorn, his "Allen's Alley" resident-character heard on Fred Allen's radio program. Claghorn was a blustery, one-man-Chamber-of-Commerce for all things Southern, who had no tolerence for anything north of the Mason-Dixon line, although he made allowances for South Philly. The character inspired the creation of one of the most popular of the Warners' cartoon characters, Foghorn Leghorn, who re-worked most of the originals material and style. The title of this movie is a stock line- "it's a joke, son"---he would feed a befuddled Fred Allen each week. In the film, Claghorn gets into some financial difficulties and is forced by a machine-political gang to enter a race for state senator against his wife (Una Merkel) who appears to have a good chance to beat the political hack backed by the machine. Claghorn is in to siphon votes and ensure his wife's opponent will win and is expected to run a campaign that will defeat himself and his wife. But, he runs to win and the machine's henchies abduct him.
Blondie's Anniversary (1947) as Old man in park
When Blondie mistakes a gold watch Dagwood carries home as her anniversary gift, it leads Dagwood into trouble with his boss, a loan shark, and crooked building contractors.
Unconquered (1947) as Dan McCoy
An English convict girl sent to the colonies gets mixed up in the war with the Indians.
Blind Spot (1947) as Elevator operator
Framed (1947) as Assay clerk
A femme fatale lures an unemployed man into helping her with a criminal scheme.
Smoky River Serenade (1947) as Pop Robinson
The Devil's Mask (1946) as Leon Hartman
A detective tries to identify a shrunken head found in a crashed cargo plane.
Talk About a Lady (1946) as Seth
Sing While You Dance (1946) as Willow
A struggling lyricist befriends a composer''''s widow.
Shadowed (1946) as Lefty
Fred J. Johnson (Lloyd Corrigan) scores a hole-in-one but his next drive, using the lucky, initialed golf ball, soars out of bounds and lands near a spot where some counterfeiters are burying a murder victim. Then begins a series of events in which he is hounded and threatened by the killers. The consequences of his not reporting what he saw to the police lead to a climax in which is daughter is held hostage by the crooks.
The Hoodlum Saint (1946) as Mr. Smith
After finding religion, a cynical newspaperman tries to help young hoods.
Crime Doctor's Man Hunt (1946) as Tom
A criminal psychologist investigates the murder of a veteran with amnesia.
Renegades (1946) as The Alkali Kid
A prominent citizen''''s daughter marries an outlaw''''s son.
My Pal Trigger (1946) as Walling
A cowboy fights to clear his name when he's accused of shooting a friend's horse.
Night Editor (1946) as Ole Strom
A detective hides key evidence in a murder case rather than reveal he was cheating on his wife.
Gallant Journey (1946) as "Peacock" Fox
An aviation pioneer fights his family's objections to invent a flying machine.
Colonel Effingham's Raid (1946) as Man in restaurant
A retired Army officer fights to save his hometown''''s Confederate monument.
My Dog Shep (1946) as Sheriff
Mysterious Intruder (1946) as Edward Stillwell
A detective discovers the woman he''s been hired to track down is the key to an unusual inheritance.
The Southerner (1945) as Uncle Pete [Tucker]
A sharecropper fights the elements to start his own farm.
Music for Millions (1945) as Hiram
A pregnant musician awaits her husband's return from World War II.
Dakota (1945) as Swedish man
In 1871, professional gambler John Devlin (John Wayne) elopes with Sandra "Sandy" Poli (Vera Ralston), daughter of Marko Poli (Hugo Haas), an immigrant who has risen to railroad tycoon. Sandy, knowing that the railroad is to be extended into Dakota, plans to use their $20,000 nest egg to buy land options to sell to the railroad at a profit. On the stage trip to Ft. Abercrombie, their fellow passengers are Jim Bender (Ward Bond) and Bigtree Collins (Mike Mazurki), who practically own the town of Fargo and Devlin is aware that they are prepared to protect the little empire...trying to drive out the farmers by burning their property, destroying their wheat, and blaming the devastation on the Indians. Continuing their journey north on the river aboard the "River Bird', Sandy and John meet Captain Bounce (Walter Brennan), an irascible old seafarer. Two of Bendender's henchmen, Slagin (Grant Withers) and Carp (Paul Fix), board the boat and relieve John of his $20,000 at gunpoint. Captain Bounce, chasing the robber's dinghy, wrecks his boat on a sandbar. At Fargo, the land wars begin and John teams with the wheat farmers against the Bender gang. Several attempts are made on his life and Collins tries to frame him for murder.
State Fair (1945) as Hank
An Iowa family finds romance and adventure at the yearly state fair.
Fallen Angel (1945) as Newsman
A man is accused of killing a waitress he had tried to seduce with his wife''s money.
Along Came Jones (1945) as Small man
A mild-mannered cowboy is mistaken for a notorious outlaw.
The Seventh Cross (1944) as Pelzer
Seven men escape from a concentration camp and fight their way to freedom.
Together Again (1944) as Workman
The female mayor of a small-town ignites local gossip when she falls for a sculptor.
Dragon Seed (1944) as Neighbor Shen
Chinese peasants fight to survive the Japanese occupation during World War II.
Barbary Coast Gent (1944) as Tim Shea
A bandit from the gold fields moves to San Francisco and tries to go straight.
Rationing (1944) as
A small-town butcher has problems coping with meat rationing.
Dixie Dugan (1943) as Sign painter
Chetniks! (1943) as Veteran
A guerrilla resistance leader battles Nazi troops in German-occupied Yugoslavia.
Bomber's Moon (1943) as Farmer
American bomber pilot Captain Jeff Dakin (George Montgomery) is shot down on a bombing raid over German-held territory. As his crew bails out, Jeff sees his bombadier brother, Lt. Danny Dakin (Richard Graham), machine-gunned to death as he is drifting to earth. After being taken prisoner Jeff learns the name of the man who murdered his brother---Nazi ace Major Von Streicher (Martin Kosleck). In the concentration camp he begins a plan of escape with two other prisoners; Czech prisoner Captain Paul Husnik (Kent Taylor) and a young Russian doctor, Alexandra "Alec" Zoreisch (Annabella). The three escape during an air raid. Jeff begins to take a dislike to Paul over several incidents that arouse his suspicions. Actually Paul is Gestapo officer Paul van Brock who has engineered the escape in the hope that the Alec will lead him to the leaders of the underground movement. They manage to reach the home of a friend of Alec's father, where Paul reveals his true colors by killing the underground leader and calling the Gestapo. Jeff overpowers Paul and he and Alec escape and elude the Nazi agents. Reaching Holland, where plans have been set for their escape, Jeff learns that the plane in which he was shot down has been re-built by the Nazis for a mysterious flight to England. He refuses to take the boat with Alec and, disguised as a German soldier, learns the details of the flight plan and that the man who murdered his brother, Von Streicher, is to pilot the plane. Jeff steals a Nazi plane and heads for the English Channel to intercept Von Streicher.
The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) as Winder
A loner gets caught up in a posse's drive to find and hang three suspected rustlers.
Sweet Rosie O'Grady (1943) as Farmer
When a reporter exposes her past in burlesque, a musical theatre star sets out for revenge.
The Meanest Man in the World (1943) as Farmer
Compassionate small-town lawyer Richard Clarke moves to New York City to seek his fortune, but is unsuccessful until he takes a friend's advice and tries to convince the world he's a ruthless heel. Suddenly he's the most popular lawyer in town -- but he could lose his fiancée.
Crash Dive (1943) as Clerk
Against his personal preference, PT boat commander Ward Stewart is made executive officer of the submarine USS Corsair. On leave before sailing, he meets schoolteacher Jean Hewlett and gives her a romantic rush...unaware that she's the sweetheart of Dewey Connors, his new commander. At sea, the men bond while fighting German Q-ships. When will they discover their mutual romantic rivalry? Will it interfere with a spectacular commando raid on a secret German base?
Henry Aldrich Swings It (1943) as Harris
Complications arise when Henry, in love with the new music teacher, joins the band. He accidentally gets a Stradivarius that belongs to another man.
Young Ideas (1943) as Old man
A widow's grown children try to break up her romance with a college professor.
Saboteur (1942) as Farmer
A young man accused of sabotage goes on the lam to prove his innocence.
The Mummy's Tomb (1942) as Jim
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.
Wild Bill Hickok Rides (1942) as
The Western hero takes on a ruthless land baron whose henchmen killed his best friend.
My Gal Sal (1942) as Ferris wheel man
A chronicle of songwriter Paul Dresser as he moves up into New York society.
The Mystery of Marie Roget (1942) as Gardner
Timber (1942) as Pop Turner
Young America (1942) as Farmer
Juke Girl (1942) as Ed
A migrant laborer becomes a champion of farm workers'' rights.
Moontide (1942) as Clerk
After a drunken binge on the San Pablo waterfront, longshoreman Bobo fears he may have killed a man. In his uncertainty, he takes a job on an isolated bait barge. That night, he rescues lovely Anna from a watery suicide attempt and installs her on the barge. But Tiny, Bobo's longtime pal and parasite, hopes to drive Anna away before domestic bliss tears Bobo away from him; the still unsolved murder may be just the wedge Tiny needs. There's fog on the water and evil brewing...
Wild Geese Calling (1941) as Logger
In the 1890s lumberjack John leaves Seattle for Alaska to look for gold. After he marries dancehall girl Sally, he finds she used to be in love with his best friend Blackie.
Footlight Fever (1941) as Second workman
Two producers will stop at nothing to raise money for their big show.
Last of the Duanes (1941) as Horseshoe player
In 1870 Texas a man (Montgomery) comes home to find his father murdered. He trails an outlaw till he finds out he's part of a gang, then calls in the Texas Rangers.
Belle Starr (1941) as Sergeant
A Southern belle turns outlaw when her family loses their land.
Men of the Timberland (1941) as Lucky
Marry the Bo$$'$ Daughter (1941) as Cooley
Young man from Kansas (Edwards) goes to New York to work for his tycoon-hero (Barbier). His superiors won't listen to his ideas about business, but the boss and his daughter (Joyce) do.
Swamp Water (1941) as Tulle McKenzie
A hunter discovers a fugitive living in the swamps and goes into business with him and his daughter.
The People vs. Dr. Kildare (1941) as Postman
An ice skater sues a young doctor for malpractice.
The Wild Man of Borneo (1941) as Black banjo player
A braggart masquerades as a primitive throwback.
Michael Shayne, Private Detective (1941) as Thin man
The Irish-American detective Shayne is hired by a racetrack bigwig (Kolb) to guard his compulsive gambler daughter (Weaver). When her boyfriend is murdered, Shayne gets blamed.
Western Union (1941) as Bert
An outlaw goes straight to work for the telegraph company, which puts him in conflict with his lawless brother.
Little Orvie (1940) as Grocer
A child is told he cannot have a dog, but finds a stray and keeps it for a day.
Lillian Russell (1940) as Soldier
Life story of the musical star from her discovery in 1890 by bandleader Tony Pastor till her retirement in 1912 when she married newspaperman Alexander Moore.
Youth Will Be Served (1940) as Jeb Fuel
A southern girl (Withers) goes to a National Youth Association camp after her father goes to jail for bootlegging. When a mean tycoon tries to buy the campground for himself she stages a show which endears her to him. Then her father escapes and catches the crooks who took the tycoon's money, all is saved.
Brigham Young--Frontiersman (1940) as
Two young Mormons struggle to survive their people''''s journey to a new home in the West.
Young People (1940) as
Shirley's last film on her 20th Century Fox contract (aged 12). Her parents (Oakie, Greenwood) decide to retire from show biz so she can have a normal life. They are unwelcome in the small town until a storm lets the family show their stuff. Clips from earlier films fill in Shirley's background.
New Moon (1940) as Guard on ship
A revolutionary leader romances a French aristocrat in Louisiana.
The Way of All Flesh (1940) as First hobo
Shooting High (1940) as Hank
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.
Bitter Sweet (1940) as Lathered man
A voice teacher and his star pupil run away together to a life of love and poverty.
Seventeen (1940) as McGrill
Broadway Melody of 1940 (1940) as Waiter
A vaudeville team breaks up when both men fall for the same gorgeous hoofer.
Chad Hanna (1940) as Budlong
Country boy (Fonda) joins a circus in the 1840s and falls in love with the bare-back rider (Lamour). Later he falls in love with another circus runaway (Darnell).
Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence (1939) as Railroad dispatcher
The Cisco Kid and the Lady (1939) as Jake
Just as Harbison kills a miner, Cisco and Gordito arrive and the dying miner rips his map into three pieces. Harbison tries to get the other two pieces but Cisco continues to outwit him. When Cisco takes the map from Billie who took it from Harbison, she identifies him and he is jailed. Having a change of heart she has a plan to get him out and he has a plan to trap Harbison.
Jesse James (1939) as Hank
When a railroad agent kills their mother, Frank and Jesse James take up robbing banks and trains.
Another Thin Man (1939) as Station agent
Not even the joys of parenthood can stop married sleuths Nick and Nora Charles from investigating a murder on a Long Island estate.
Undercover Doctor (1939) as Mack Belton
The Housekeeper's Daughter (1939) as Suspect
A gangster's moll runs home to mother, with reporters and amateur detectives hot on her tail.
Too Busy to Work (1939) as Tavern keeper
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) as Loafer
The future president considers a political career while practicing law.
Rose of Washington Square (1939) as Chump
A singer struggles to keep her criminal boyfriend from trouble.
The Return of the Cisco Kid (1939) as Hotel clerk
Cisco is attracted to Ann Carver and is soon involved in her and her Grandfather's problems. Sheriff McNally has taken their money, their deed, and thrown them in jail. After breaking them out he makes a deal to buy back their land from McNally and to get the money he and his comrades rob the bank. When time for the payoff arrives, McNally has his men ready to nab him but Cisco has a surprise for McNally.
Stop--Look and Love (1939) as Neighbor
Hell Harbor (1930) as Blinkey
A pirate''''s descendent tries to force his daughter into a marriage for money.
The Mollycoddle (1920) as Samuel Levinski
What's the difference between a primitive (such as Hopi Indians or Richard Marshall the Fifth's two-fisted pioneer ancestors) and a sophisticate (in this case Richard Marshall V, raised in Monte Carlo playing polo in spats and a monocle)? Richard meets up with some Americans abroad who can't believe he's an American too. He's invited to sail with them to Galveston and then head for Hopi land in Arizona. Little does Richard know that he's stumbled onto a diamond-smuggling operation, that one of the yachting party is in the secret service on the trail of Van Holkar, their host, and that soon all of Richard's instinctual mettle will be tested, mettle he didn't know he had.

Make-Up (feature film)

The Thief of Bagdad (1924) as Hairdresser
An Arabian thief sets out on a magical adventure to win a beautiful princess.

Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

The Wild Dakotas (1956) as Wardrobe
Naked Gun (1956) as Wardrobe
Don Pablo Salazar steals a fortune in jewels from an Indian tribe and an Aztec medicine man puts a curse on the jewels until they are returned. Years later an American insurance man, Breen Mathews (Willard Parker) promises to deliver the Salazar fortune to the rightful heir after Luis Salazar, son of Don Pablo, is killed. Breen heads for Topaz, where he hopes to find the surviving heir, Teresa. He finds instead, Louisa, daughter of Teresa, and is forced to fight a crooked group of townspeople, who are after the Salazar fortune, cursed or otherwise. Included in the group are Judge Cole (Billy House), known as "the Hanging Judge" and Barnum (Barton MacLane), local saloon owner. After defeating all the crooks, Breen is told by Louisa that she, the last of the Salazars, is going to return the treasure to its rightful owners, and lift the curse.
Frontier Gambler (1956) as Wardrobe
Deputy marshal Curt Darrow returns to his hometown, Fairweather, to investigate the apparent murder of prominent businesswoman Sylvia "Princess" Melbourne. However, Curt meets with resistance in town because of his deceased father's unsavory reputation.
The Three Outlaws (1956) as Wardrobe
When they learn that their brother Matt Denton (Ross Latimer) is awaiting trial in California, charged with train robbery, deputies Tom Denton (Preston Foster) and Fred Denton (Jim Davis) leave their home in Fort Grant, Texas and head west. They arrive in Tulare just in time to rescue Matt from being hanged, but a guard is killed during their escape. Ed Larkin (Rory Mallinson) who framed Matt, falsely accuses them of a long list of crimes. They return to Fort Grant so that Tom can see his sweetheart Laura Brook (Virginia Grey). They encounter outlaw Bill Devlin (William Haade) who persuades them to hold up a train which Laura unwittingly told them would carry a large payroll. Soon the whole territory is enraged at their deeds. They return to Fort Grant to hold up the two banks that are filled with huge sums of cattle money.
The Gaucho (1928) as Master cost
A girl is saved by a miracle after she falls from a cliff in the Argentine Andes, and is blessed with healing powers. A shrine is built on the site, and a whole city grows around it, rich with gold from the grateful worshipers. Ruiz, an evil and sadistic general, captures the city, confiscates the gold, and closes the shrine. But the Gaucho, the charismatic leader of a band of outlaws, comes to the rescue.
Don Q, Son of Zorro (1925) as Wardrobe
Don Cesar de Vega, son of Zorro, is in Spain for his education. By way of education, he duels with Don Sebastian of the Queen's Guard (soon to be his rival for the hand of lovely Dolores de Muro), makes love, and befriends the visiting Archduke of Austria. But a quarrel ending in violence gives Don Sebastian the chance to dispose of his framing him for murder! Feigning suicide, Cesar escapes. Being a chip off the old block, a whip-wielding outlaw (this being his weapon rather than the sword) sets out to clear the name of Vega...
The Thief of Bagdad (1924) as Master of ward
An Arabian thief sets out on a magical adventure to win a beautiful princess.
The Three Musketeers (1921) as Master of cost
Classic tale of the dashing Frenchmen fighting to save their country from Cardinal Richelieu.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

The Gaucho (1928) as Props
A girl is saved by a miracle after she falls from a cliff in the Argentine Andes, and is blessed with healing powers. A shrine is built on the site, and a whole city grows around it, rich with gold from the grateful worshipers. Ruiz, an evil and sadistic general, captures the city, confiscates the gold, and closes the shrine. But the Gaucho, the charismatic leader of a band of outlaws, comes to the rescue.

Cast (short)

Purity Squad (1945)
This short film focuses on the USFDA''''s efforts to ensure drugs are properly tested before sold to the public.

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