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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (short)

1.
Buzzin' Around (1933)
In his rush to demonstrate his invention of "wonder liquid," a country boy unknowingly grabs a jar of moonshine instead in this short film. Vitaphone Release 1509-1510.
2.
Believe It or Not #10 (1932)
This short entry in the "Believe It or Not" series, features various sights and oddities, such as a golf course made from Civil War trenches and a Native American who can paint upside down. Vitaphone Release 1364.
3.
Believe It or Not #7 (1932)
In this short film, Robert L. Ripley presents a series of rare sights and oddities, such as a leaning lighthouse and the definition of the word "fathom." Vitaphone Release 1361.
4.
Believe It or Not #9 (1932)
In this short film, Robert L. Ripley presents various oddities, such as a one cent restaurant. Vitaphone Release 1363.
5.
Believe It or Not #8 (1932)
This short entry in Robert L. Ripley's "Believe It or Not" series showcases such sights as the largest book in the world. Vitaphone Release 1362.
6.
Hey, Pop! (1932)
7.
Tip Tap Toe (1932)
In this short film, a pair of dancing sweethearts carry on a private romance in a very public department store window. Vitaphone Release 1464-1465.
8.
The Eyes Have It (1931)
In this comedic short, an eye doctor examines a "boy" who has been curiously absent from school. Vitaphone Release 1271.
9.
Hot News Margie (1931)
In this short film, a reporter for a tabloid newspaper attempts to find out if a college football star is secretly married. Vitaphone Release 1290.
10.
Hot Sands (1931)
In this short film, a newlywed couple drive into Death Valley and wind up gambling for their life. Vitaphone Release 1175.
11.
The Nagger's Day of Rest (1930)
In this comedic short, a consistently bickering couple attempt to a enjoy a "pleasant" Sunday at home. Vitaphone Release 1139.
12.
Run, Girl, Run (1928)
A women's track team is preparing for a big meet against a rival college, but the coach is having trouble getting her team ready in this silent short comedy.
13.
The Pride Of Pikeville (1927)
An unlikely Lothario finds himself pursued by many beautiful ladies in this silent short film.
14.
Smith's Pony (1927)
A family gets into a series of troubles when they visit San Francisco in this silent short film.
15.
Smith's Picnic (1926)
This short silent comedy focuses on the antics that occur during a seaside group picnic.
16.
Peg o' the Mounted (1924)
A pint-sized Mountie cleans up the West.
17.
Such is Life (1924)
A feisty street urchin struggles to get through the winter.
18.
Carmen Jr. (1923)
A pint-sized prankster wreaks havoc with Spanish tradition.
19.
Pistols for Breakfast (1919)
A young man goes out to eat breakfeast with his friend, and encounters a restaurant "regular" with a pistol that threatens to eat everyone's bacon in this silent short comedy.
20.
The Marathon (1919)
A man gets chased into an ongoing marathon in this silent short comedy.
21.
Ring Up the Curtain (1919)
A stage hand falls in love with the leading lady of a visiting theatrical troupe in this silent short comedy.
22.
Take a Chance (1918)
Comedian Harold Lloyd gets mixed up with an escaped convict in this silent short film.
23.
Look Pleasant, Please (1918)
An innocent man gets mixed up with a perverted photographer in this silent short comedy.
24.
A Gasoline Wedding (1918)
A wealthy father attempts to set up his daughter with a suitable match in this silent short comedy.
25.
Bashful (1917)
In order to claim his inheritance, a man must first come up with a wife and child in this silent short comedy.
26.
By the Sad Sea Waves (1917)
In this silent short, a boy saves a man from drowning, only to discover that it is the wrong man.

Writer (short)

27.
Carmen Jr. (1923)
A pint-sized prankster wreaks havoc with Spanish tradition.

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