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Also Known As: Died: November 19, 1924
Born: November 6, 1882 Cause of Death: Heart Failure due to Acute Indigestion
Birth Place: Newport, Rhode Island, USA Profession: Producer ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Custer's Last Fight (1925) as Prod under the personal supv of
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Galloping Fish (1924) as Supv dir
3.
Peggy (1916) as Director
Peggy, a rambunctious young American girl, goes to Scotland to visit her uncle. Her American ways both shock and eventually delight the people of the old village - especially the handsome young minister.
4.
Civilization (1916) as Director
Allegorical film about peace. A king starts a war, many of the women are against it, people are pressed into service. A count has constructed a submarine and gets the order to sink an ocean liner, that is also carrying - supposedly - ammunition for the enemy. The count refuses to fire the torpedos, and sinks the submarine. He survives, but in a limbo between death and life where he meets Jesus, who takes him over to preach peace. Naturally the king arrests him and sentences him to death for treason, but then Jesus shows him the real face of war.
5.
The Devil (1915) as Director
6.
The Cup of Life (1915) as Director
7.
The Toast of Death (1915) as Director
8.
The Alien (1915) as Director
9.
The Wrath of the Gods (1914) as Director
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11.
Last of the Line, The (1914) as Director
The son of a Native American tribal chief is sent away to college to receive an education. Despite his father's hopes, the son follows the lead of his Caucasian classmates and spends his time drinking and chasing women. When he returns to the tribe, he begins looting the neighboring merchants and
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Custer's Last Fight (1913) as Director
17.
The Battle of Gettysburg (1913) as Director
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21.
His Message (1912)
22.
His Nemesis (1912)
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War on the Plains (1912) as Director
25.
The Clod (1912)
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The Heart of an Indian (1912)
When Indians attack a white settlement, a brave kidnaps a white baby to give to his wife as a replacement for their dead baby. The white mother goes to the Indian camp to look for her child and is captured by the Indians who plan to torture her. The settlers attack the Indian camp, destroying it completely and killing the braves, while the Indian wife returns the baby to the white woman and allows her to escape. The Indian wife mourns her baby at its grave, unaware of the destruction of the Indian camp.
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A Manly Man (1911)
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The Brand (1911)
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Maid or Man (1911)
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Artful Kate (1911)
49.
Little Nell's Tobacco (1910) as Director

Cast (feature film)

50.
His New Lid (1910) as

Writer (feature film)

51.
The Outlaw Deputy (1935) as Cont
52.
The Man from Guntown (1935) as Screenwriter
53.
Aloha (1931) as Story and Screenplay
54.
The Family Skeleton (1918) as Story
55.
Ashes of Hope (1917) as Story
56.
Bullets and Brown Eyes (1916) as Scen
57.
The Last Act (1916) as Scen
58.
The Deserter (1916) as Scen
Parker, an Army lieutenant at a Western outpost, falls in love with Barbara Taylor, daughter of his commanding officer. But when Barbara rejects him, Parker fights with another soldier and deserts. An Indian attack gives him a chance to redeem himself.
59.
Aloha Oe (1915) as Scen
60.
The Despoiler (1915) as Scen
61.
The Coward (1915) as Story
A Confederate deserter stumbles on the chance to redeem himself.
62.
The Coward (1915) as Scen
A Confederate deserter stumbles on the chance to redeem himself.
63.
Ruse, The (1915) as Screenwriter
64.
The Italian (1915) as Story
An immigrant leaves his sweetheart in Italy to find a better life across the sea in the grimy slums of New York. They are eventually reunited and marry. But life in New York is hard and tragedy tarnishes their dream of a better life in the new world.
65.
The Despoiler (1915) as Story
66.
The Disciple (1915) as Scen
Jim Houston, the "Shootin' Iron Parson," arrives to reform the town of Barren Gulch. Jim's wife Mary, however, is seduced by the local gambling hall owner, Doc Hardy. Jim forsakes the ministry after this betrayal and takes his daughter to live in the mountains alone. When she becomes ill, Doc Hardy, who is in actuality a doctor, is the only one Jim can call on for help.
67.
The Cup of Life (1915) as Scen
68.
On the Night Stage (1915) as Scen
A stagecoach robber falls in love with a saloon girl. However, she falls for a pastor, who converts her; she marries him. The robber is so impressed by this that he decides to turn over a new leaf. However, a shady gambler sets his sights on the former saloon girl, and the robber has to protect her from his advances.
69.
The Devil (1915) as Scen
70.
The Wrath of the Gods (1914) as Scen
71.
The Bargain (1914) as Scen
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73.
Shorty Escapes Marriage (1914) as Scen

Producer (feature film)

74.
Enticement (1925) as Pers supv
75.
Christine of the Hungry Heart (1924) as Pers supv
76.
Those Who Dance (1924) as Pers supv
77.
The Marriage Cheat (1924) as Pers supv
78.
Christine of the Hungry Heart (1924) as Presented By
79.
The Marriage Cheat (1924) as Presented By
80.
Galloping Fish (1924) as Presented By
81.
Idle Tongues (1924) as Presented By
82.
Those Who Dance (1924) as Presented By
83.
Idle Tongues (1924) as Pers supv
84.
Barbara Frietchie (1924) as Pers supv
85.
What a Wife Learned (1923) as Pers supv
86.
Soul of the Beast (1923) as Pers supv
87.
Anna Christie (1923) as Presented By
88.
A Man of Action (1923) as Presented By
89.
What a Wife Learned (1923) as Presented By
90.
Scars of Jealousy (1923) as Pers supv
91.
Bell Boy 13 (1923) as Presented By
92.
Scars of Jealousy (1923) as Presented By
93.
Soul of the Beast (1923) as Presented By
94.
Her Reputation (1923) as Pers supv
95.
The Sunshine Trail (1923) as Presented By
96.
The Hottentot (1922) as Presented By
97.
Skin Deep (1922) as Supervisor
98.
Skin Deep (1922) as Presented By
99.
The Hottentot (1922) as Supervisor
100.
Chickens (1921) as Supervisor
101.
The Cup of Life (1921) as Supervisor
102.
Hail the Woman (1921) as Supervisor
Oliver Beresford is a stern, Puritanical, and uncompromisingly rigid father. When shameful stories about his daughter Judith surface, rather than determine whether the stories are true, he bans her from his house. Her brother David, a pusillanimous reprobate, has secretly married and fathered, then abandoned, a child. Judith takes care of the child and finds a way to restore her family through the love for the babe.
103.
The Home Stretch (1921) as Producer
104.
Passing Thru (1921) as Presented By
105.
Lying Lips (1921) as Supervisor
106.
The Rookie's Return (1921) as Supervisor
A young soldier is discharged from the service and has trouble making a living. However, when he inherits a great deal of money, he finds his troubles only beginning.
107.
One a Minute (1921) as Supervisor
108.
Hail the Woman (1921) as Presented By
Oliver Beresford is a stern, Puritanical, and uncompromisingly rigid father. When shameful stories about his daughter Judith surface, rather than determine whether the stories are true, he bans her from his house. Her brother David, a pusillanimous reprobate, has secretly married and fathered, then abandoned, a child. Judith takes care of the child and finds a way to restore her family through the love for the babe.
109.
The Bronze Bell (1921) as Supervisor
110.
The Cup of Life (1921) as Presented By
111.
Passing Thru (1921) as Supervisor
112.
Beau Revel (1921) as Pers supv
113.
Mother o' Mine (1921) as Supervisor
114.
What's Your Husband Doing? (1920) as Presented By
115.
Rookie's Return (1920) as Presented By
116.
The Jailbird (1920) as Presented By
117.
The Woman in the Suitcase (1920) as Supervisor
Mary Moreland discovers the photograph of a woman not her mother in her father's suitcase and sets out to find her in hopes of returning her father to his rightful place in the family.
118.
Let's Be Fashionable (1920) as Presented By
119.
Hairpins (1920) as Presented By
A young attorney hopes to better his position in the business world by making a favorable impression socially. But his wife, a careless and slovenly woman, presents an obstacle to his hopes. He begins to squire about his secretary, and an affair ensues. His wife, however, decides she can go him one better and embarks on a change in lifestyle.
120.
Dangerous Hours (1920) as Presented By
121.
An Old Fashioned Boy (1920) as Supervisor
David Warrington is an old-fashioned boy, not very familiar with modern girls. When the girl of his dreams lets her kiss him, he thinks that seals their betrothal. But when he finds out that she has other ideas, David tries a trickier method of winning her for his bride.
122.
Black Is White (1920) as Producer
123.
Alarm Clock Andy (1920) as Presented By
124.
The Village Sleuth (1920) as Presented By
125.
Silk Hosiery (1920) as Presented By
126.
Paris Green (1920) as Supervisor
127.
The False Road (1920) as Supervisor
128.
Homespun Folks (1920) as Supervisor
129.
Below the Surface (1920) as Presented By
130.
Homer Comes Home (1920) as Presented By
131.
Mary's Ankle (1920) as Presented By
Three young men, struggling to find their next meal, encounter a young lady with an injured ankle. One of the men is a doctor, who maintains a charade of success with his wealthy uncle, in which the uncle believes the young man to be well-off and married to a (fictitious) wife named Mary Jane Smith. The young doctor falls in love with the girl of the injured ankle and discovers that HER name is Mary Jane Smith.
132.
Her Husband's Friend (1920) as Presented By
133.
The Dark Mirror (1920) as Supervisor
134.
What's Your Husband Doing? (1920) as Supervisor
135.
Let's Be Fashionable (1920) as Supervisor
136.
Mary's Ankle (1920) as Supervisor
Three young men, struggling to find their next meal, encounter a young lady with an injured ankle. One of the men is a doctor, who maintains a charade of success with his wealthy uncle, in which the uncle believes the young man to be well-off and married to a (fictitious) wife named Mary Jane Smith. The young doctor falls in love with the girl of the injured ankle and discovers that HER name is Mary Jane Smith.
137.
Let's Be Fashionable (1920) as Producer
138.
The Jailbird (1920) as Supervisor
139.
The Village Sleuth (1920) as Supervisor
140.
Silk Hosiery (1920) as Supervisor
141.
Rookie's Return (1920) as Supervisor
142.
Hairpins (1920) as Supervisor
A young attorney hopes to better his position in the business world by making a favorable impression socially. But his wife, a careless and slovenly woman, presents an obstacle to his hopes. He begins to squire about his secretary, and an affair ensues. His wife, however, decides she can go him one better and embarks on a change in lifestyle.
143.
Below the Surface (1920) as Supervisor
144.
Homer Comes Home (1920) as Supervisor
145.
Alarm Clock Andy (1920) as Supervisor
146.
Her Husband's Friend (1920) as Supervisor
147.
Hairpins (1920) as Producer
A young attorney hopes to better his position in the business world by making a favorable impression socially. But his wife, a careless and slovenly woman, presents an obstacle to his hopes. He begins to squire about his secretary, and an affair ensues. His wife, however, decides she can go him one better and embarks on a change in lifestyle.
148.
Square Deal Sanderson (1919) as Supervisor
149.
Breed of Men (1919) as Supervisor
150.
The Lady of Red Butte (1919) as Supervisor
151.
23 1/2 Hours' Leave (1919) as Supervisor
Brash young Sgt. Gray makes a bet that he can have breakfast with his commanding general. But a couple of enemy spies, intent on infiltrating the training camp, get in the way of Sgt. Gray's plans.
152.
Hard Boiled (1919) as Supervisor
153.
The Law of Men (1919) as Supervisor
154.
The Homebreaker (1919) as Supervisor
155.
The Money Corral (1919) as Supervisor
Cowhand Lem Beason wins a shooting contest at a Western rodeo, and as a result is hired by railroad president Gregory Collins to return to Chicago with Collins to take charge of security for Collins' vaults. Lem is reluctant to go, but Collins' pretty niece Rose changes his mind. In Chicago, Lem finds a great deal of criminal activity, but none of it can get the best of him.
156.
The Sheriff's Son (1919) as Supervisor
157.
The Virtuous Thief (1919) as Supervisor
158.
Stepping Out (1919) as Supervisor
A young wife slaves for her cad of a husband. When she learns that he has been "stepping out" with his secretary, she gets revenge by going after the attentions of her husband's employer.
159.
The Poppy Girl's Husband (1919) as Supervisor
Hairpin Harry Dutton is paroled from prison after ten years. He discovers that his wife Polly has divorced him and married Big Mike McCafferty, the detective who sent Harry to prison. Polly fears Harry may exact revenge on her for her perfidy and arranges for her new husband to frame Harry.
160.
Wagon Tracks (1919) as Presented By
Buckskin Hamilton guides a wagon train across the wasteland, caring well for the pioneers he escorts, but hoping to solve the murder of his brother by one of the travellers.
161.
Bill Henry (1919) as Supervisor
Bill Henry Jenkins is a country boy on the lookout for a good career. He faces numerous obstacles, including losing his sales job when his bicycle is lost. A bigtime poker game turns out to be the key to Bill Henry's success.
162.
The Girl Dodger (1919) as Supervisor
163.
Hard Boiled (1919) as Producer
164.
Crooked Straight (1919) as Supervisor
165.
The Egg Crate Wallop (1919) as Supervisor
A rural youngster uses the strength he has developed handling egg crates in a shipping office to carry him to success in the boxing ring.
166.
Red Hot Dollars (1919) as Supervisor
A young man working in a steel mill falls in love with an old Scotsman's daughter. The young man saves the life of the steel-mill owner and is adopted by him. But then he learns that the Scotsman and the mill owner are mortal enemies.
167.
Stepping Out (1919) as Presented By
A young wife slaves for her cad of a husband. When she learns that he has been "stepping out" with his secretary, she gets revenge by going after the attentions of her husband's employer.
168.
The Haunted Bedroom (1919) as Supervisor
Journalist Betsy Thorne travels from New York to Virginia to cover a story about the disappearance of Daniel Arnold at a supposedly haunted estate. In order to get into the house, she pretends to be a maid. In the household she meets Daniel's sister Dolores, the neighbor Dr. James Dunwoody who loves Dolores, and his son Roland, who is under suspicion. Betsy pretends to be tough, but when she sees a ghost emerge from the chapel, she screams. The result is that Dolores locks her in at night. The following night, Betsy climbs out of her window and sees the ghost again, this time in the graveyard. After some intrepid investigating, she finds that playing certain chords on the chapel organ cause a door to open, leading into a passage to a tomb. Betsy bravely pursues the ghost who turns out to be Daniel, though he has become deranged. Further, she discovers that he is actually desired by the law as an international forger.
169.
Happy Though Married (1919) as Presented By
170.
Bill Henry (1919) as Presented By
Bill Henry Jenkins is a country boy on the lookout for a good career. He faces numerous obstacles, including losing his sales job when his bicycle is lost. A bigtime poker game turns out to be the key to Bill Henry's success.
171.
23 1/2 Hours' Leave (1919) as Presented By
Brash young Sgt. Gray makes a bet that he can have breakfast with his commanding general. But a couple of enemy spies, intent on infiltrating the training camp, get in the way of Sgt. Gray's plans.
172.
Partners Three (1919) as Presented By
173.
Let's Elope (1919) as Supervisor
174.
Partners Three (1919) as Supervisor
175.
Wagon Tracks (1919) as Supervisor
Buckskin Hamilton guides a wagon train across the wasteland, caring well for the pioneers he escorts, but hoping to solve the murder of his brother by one of the travellers.
176.
The Market of Souls (1919) as Supervisor
177.
Happy Though Married (1919) as Supervisor
178.
His Wife's Friend (1919) as Supervisor
179.
The Girl Dodger (1919) as Presented By
180.
The Money Corral (1919) as Presented By
Cowhand Lem Beason wins a shooting contest at a Western rodeo, and as a result is hired by railroad president Gregory Collins to return to Chicago with Collins to take charge of security for Collins' vaults. Lem is reluctant to go, but Collins' pretty niece Rose changes his mind. In Chicago, Lem finds a great deal of criminal activity, but none of it can get the best of him.
181.
The False Faces (1919) as Presented By
182.
The Law of Men (1919) as Presented By
183.
Other Men's Wives (1919) as Supervisor
184.
Greased Lightning (1919) as Supervisor
185.
The Poppy Girl's Husband (1919) as Presented By
Hairpin Harry Dutton is paroled from prison after ten years. He discovers that his wife Polly has divorced him and married Big Mike McCafferty, the detective who sent Harry to prison. Polly fears Harry may exact revenge on her for her perfidy and arranges for her new husband to frame Harry.
186.
What Every Woman Learns (1919) as Supervisor
187.
The Lady of Red Butte (1919) as Presented By
188.
The Busher (1919) as Supervisor
In this silent film, a minor-league baseball player gets his shot at the big leagues.
189.
Let's Elope (1919) as Presented By
190.
Square Deal Sanderson (1919) as Presented By
191.
John Petticoats (1919) as Supervisor
192.
Hard Boiled (1919) as Presented By
193.
The Virtuous Thief (1919) as Presented By
194.
The Homebreaker (1919) as Presented By
195.
The Market of Souls (1919) as Presented By
196.
His Wife's Friend (1919) as Presented By
197.
The Sheriff's Son (1919) as Presented By
198.
L'xx Apache (1919) as Supervisor
199.
Behind the Door (1919) as Supervisor
200.
Hay Foot, Straw Foot (1919) as Supervisor
Soldier Ulysses S. Grant Briggs is proud of being named after the famed Civil War general and president, and swears to live up to the original Grant's ideals in all ways. But when the girl he loves is endangered, Briggs is forced to choose between rescuing her and keeping faith with military regulations.
201.
Breed of Men (1919) as Presented By
202.
Extravagance (1919) as Supervisor
203.
A Nine O'Clock Town (1918) as Producer
David Clary runs a sleepy little dry-goods store in a sleepy little town. A vamp from the big city shows up, intent on taking Clary for everything he's worth by a combination of seduction and blackmail. But the day is saved by the ingenuity of David's corset model.
204.
Kaiser's Shadow, The (1918) as Producer
205.
Love Me (1918) as Presented By
206.
Tyrant Fear (1918) as Presented By
207.
Shark Monroe (1918) as Presented By
208.
Fuss and Feathers (1918) as Presented By
209.
The Tiger Man (1918) as Presented By
Outlaw Hawk Parsons escapes from jail and encounters an emigrant wagon train lost in the wilderness. He lusts after Ruth Ingram, wife of the preacher on his way to minister to the mining camps. In return for saving the lost travellers, Hawk forces Ruth to go away with him, to which she consents. But when she tries suicide rather than stay with him, Hawk, who has learned to love the girl, decides to return her to her people, even if it means he will be caught.
210.
Coals of Fire (1918) as Presented By
211.
Wolves of the Rail (1918) as Presented By
212.
Selfish Yates (1918) as Presented By
"Selfish" Yates operates a disreputable saloon on the desert's edge in Arizona. Mary Adams and her sister Betty, having lost their father crossing the desert, arrive in the town of Thirsty Center and appeal to Yates for help and work. Yates is none too helpful, suggesting dance-hall work for Mary. She refuses , taking instead a menial job assisting Yates' cook. Yates is a hard case, but little by little Mary's influence works a renewal of humanity in him, until at last he finds himself tested by crisis.
213.
The Marriage Ring (1918) as Presented By
214.
Green Eyes (1918) as Supervisor
215.
A Desert Wooing (1918) as Presented By
216.
The Claws of the Hun (1918) as Presented By
John Stanton, the son of munitions magnate Godfrey Stanton, is unfairly labeled a draft-dodger and slacker at the time of America's entry into the First World War. But John sees an opportunity to redeem himself when he discovers German espionage agents attempting to sabotage his father's munitions plant.
217.
Keys of the Righteous (1918) as Presented By
218.
Branding Broadway (1918) as Presented By
A tough Westerner is run out of town and heads east to New York, where he takes a job as bodyguard and guardian to a wealthy young man. Sent to recover some sensitive love letters, the guardian falls for the young lady recipient, but honor demands that he help her in her presumed pursuit of his employer.
219.
Blue Blazes Rawden (1918) as Presented By
220.
String Beans (1918) as Presented By
221.
Riddle Gawne (1918) as Supervisor
Riddle Gawne seeks revenge on the man who stole his wife and killed his brother. Gawne saves Kathleen Harkness from cattle rustler Bozzam and discovers that Bozzam is the man he seeks.
222.
His Own Home Town (1918) as Presented By
Jimmy Duncan, the son of the well-respected Reverend Duncan, takes over his local newspaper as manager. He takes on the criminal element in town with great vigor, until he realizes that his own father is in league with those devils.
223.
A Nine O'Clock Town (1918) as Presented By
David Clary runs a sleepy little dry-goods store in a sleepy little town. A vamp from the big city shows up, intent on taking Clary for everything he's worth by a combination of seduction and blackmail. But the day is saved by the ingenuity of David's corset model.
224.
The Law of the North (1918) as Presented By
225.
Vive La France! (1918) as Presented By
226.
Fuss and Feathers (1918) as Supervisor
227.
His Own Home Town (1918) as Supervisor
Jimmy Duncan, the son of the well-respected Reverend Duncan, takes over his local newspaper as manager. He takes on the criminal element in town with great vigor, until he realizes that his own father is in league with those devils.
228.
Quicksand (1918) as Presented By
229.
The Vamp (1918) as Presented By
Nancy, a naive young girl who works backstage at a musical-comedy theatre, learns from the chorus girls the notion of winning a man by the seductive method of "vamping" him. She tries the method on the shy minister she loves, and it works. They marry and resettle in a mining town where a German operative foments dissension amongst the miners. Nancy is called upon to use her vamping technique once more to get the best of the German spy.
230.
The Cast-Off (1918) as Supervisor
231.
The Hired Man (1918) as Presented By
Ezry is a hardworking hired man who saves his money carefully in the hopes one day of going to college. But when his girlfriend's brother gets in trouble for bank robbery, Ezry tries to help out by offering his savings in exchange for the stolen funds.
232.
When Do We Eat? (1918) as Presented By
233.
The Biggest Show on Earth (1918) as Supervisor
Raised in a circus company, a young girl finds herself unhappily out of place at an upper class finishing school. She struggles to fit in with the young ladies of society, but it is her handiness with dangerous animals that finally breaks her through.
234.
The Border Wireless (1918) as Presented By
235.
The Mating of Marcella (1918) as Presented By
236.
Naughty, Naughty! (1918) as Supervisor
237.
"Flare-Up" Sal (1918) as Presented By
238.
The Family Skeleton (1918) as Supervisor
239.
Selfish Yates (1918) as Supervisor
"Selfish" Yates operates a disreputable saloon on the desert's edge in Arizona. Mary Adams and her sister Betty, having lost their father crossing the desert, arrive in the town of Thirsty Center and appeal to Yates for help and work. Yates is none too helpful, suggesting dance-hall work for Mary. She refuses , taking instead a menial job assisting Yates' cook. Yates is a hard case, but little by little Mary's influence works a renewal of humanity in him, until at last he finds himself tested by crisis.
240.
When Do We Eat? (1918) as Supervisor
242.
Playing the Game (1918) as Presented By
243.
The Midnight Patrol (1918) as Supervisor
244.
245.
Quicksand (1918) as Supervisor
246.
The Midnight Patrol (1918) as Producer
247.
"Flare-Up" Sal (1918) as Supervisor
248.
The Vamp (1918) as Supervisor
Nancy, a naive young girl who works backstage at a musical-comedy theatre, learns from the chorus girls the notion of winning a man by the seductive method of "vamping" him. She tries the method on the shy minister she loves, and it works. They marry and resettle in a mining town where a German operative foments dissension amongst the miners. Nancy is called upon to use her vamping technique once more to get the best of the German spy.
249.
A Desert Wooing (1918) as Supervisor
250.
Love Me (1918) as Supervisor
251.
The Tiger Man (1918) as Supervisor
Outlaw Hawk Parsons escapes from jail and encounters an emigrant wagon train lost in the wilderness. He lusts after Ruth Ingram, wife of the preacher on his way to minister to the mining camps. In return for saving the lost travellers, Hawk forces Ruth to go away with him, to which she consents. But when she tries suicide rather than stay with him, Hawk, who has learned to love the girl, decides to return her to her people, even if it means he will be caught.
252.
The Border Wireless (1918) as Supervisor
253.
The Mating of Marcella (1918) as Supervisor
254.
Tyrant Fear (1918) as Supervisor
255.
The Marriage Ring (1918) as Supervisor
256.
String Beans (1918) as Supervisor
257.
Shark Monroe (1918) as Supervisor
258.
Vive La France! (1918) as Supervisor
259.
The Hired Man (1918) as Supervisor
Ezry is a hardworking hired man who saves his money carefully in the hopes one day of going to college. But when his girlfriend's brother gets in trouble for bank robbery, Ezry tries to help out by offering his savings in exchange for the stolen funds.
260.
The Claws of the Hun (1918) as Supervisor
John Stanton, the son of munitions magnate Godfrey Stanton, is unfairly labeled a draft-dodger and slacker at the time of America's entry into the First World War. But John sees an opportunity to redeem himself when he discovers German espionage agents attempting to sabotage his father's munitions plant.
261.
A Nine O'Clock Town (1918) as Supervisor
David Clary runs a sleepy little dry-goods store in a sleepy little town. A vamp from the big city shows up, intent on taking Clary for everything he's worth by a combination of seduction and blackmail. But the day is saved by the ingenuity of David's corset model.
262.
The Law of the North (1918) as Supervisor
263.
The Guilty Man (1918) as Supervisor
264.
Playing the Game (1918) as Supervisor
265.
Branding Broadway (1918) as Supervisor
A tough Westerner is run out of town and heads east to New York, where he takes a job as bodyguard and guardian to a wealthy young man. Sent to recover some sensitive love letters, the guardian falls for the young lady recipient, but honor demands that he help her in her presumed pursuit of his employer.
266.
Blue Blazes Rawden (1918) as Supervisor
267.
Wolves of the Rail (1918) as Supervisor
268.
Keys of the Righteous (1918) as Supervisor
269.
Wild Winship's Widow (1917) as Supervisor
270.
Paddy O'Hara (1917) as Supervisor
271.
Borrowed Plumage (1917) as Supervisor
272.
The Son of His Father (1917) as Presented By
273.
The Bride of Hate (1917) as Supervisor
274.
Blood Will Tell (1917) as Presented By
275.
The Snarl (1917) as Supervisor
276.
The Dark Road (1917) as Supervisor
277.
The Pinch Hitter (1917) as Supervisor
278.
The Weaker Sex (1917) as Producer
279.
The Last of the Ingrams (1917) as Producer
280.
The Zeppelin's Last Raid (1917) as Supervisor
281.
Back of the Man (1917) as Supervisor
282.
Truthful Tulliver (1917) as Supervisor
283.
The Little Brother (1917) as Supervisor
284.
The Silent Man (1917) as Presented By
285.
The Girl Glory (1917) as Presented By
286.
The Clodhopper (1917) as Supervisor
Everett Nelson is a naive young farmboy. Following unjust treatment on the farm, he runs away to the big city. There he encounters a showman who decides Everett is perfect for the part of a bumpkin in his new play. Everett takes the role and becomes a big star. But there are complications...
287.
The Bride of Hate (1917) as Producer
288.
The Cold Deck (1917) as Presented By
289.
Sweetheart of the Doomed (1917) as Supervisor
290.
Princess of the Dark (1917) as Supervisor
291.
Paws of the Bear (1917) as Supervisor
292.
The Girl Glory (1917) as Supervisor
293.
Time Locks and Diamonds (1917) as Producer
294.
The Desert Man (1917) as Supervisor
295.
Love Letters (1917) as Presented By
296.
A Strange Transgressor (1917) as Presented By
297.
Wolf Lowry (1917) as Supervisor
298.
Happiness (1917) as Supervisor
299.
The Price Mark (1917) as Presented By
300.
Madcap Madge (1917) as Presented By
301.
The Iced Bullet (1917) as Presented By
302.
Those Who Pay (1917) as Producer
303.
The Flame of the Yukon (1917) as Supervisor
304.
The Narrow Trail (1917) as Presented By
Ice Harding, outlaw, tames a wild horse and names it King. Ice and his gang hold up a stagecoach and encounter San Francisco vice king Bates and his innocent niece Betty Werdin. Ice is taken with the young woman, but at first she sees nothing in him. But she begins to come around when her uncle tries to swindle Ice, and the outlaw himself undergoes a change of course under the influence of the girl.
305.
The Sawdust Ring (1917) as Producer
306.
The Hater of Men (1917) as Supervisor
307.
Time Locks and Diamonds (1917) as Supervisor
308.
The Millionaire Vagrant (1917) as Supervisor
309.
Madcap Madge (1917) as Supervisor
310.
The Millionaire Vagrant (1917) as Presented By
311.
His Mother's Boy (1917) as Supervisor
312.
The Square Deal Man (1917) as Supervisor
313.
Love or Justice (1917) as Supervisor
314.
The Gun Fighter (1917) as Supervisor
315.
Chicken Casey (1917) as Supervisor
316.
Whither Thou Goest (1917) as Supervisor
317.
The Son of His Father (1917) as Supervisor
318.
The Silent Man (1917) as Supervisor
319.
The Flame of the Yukon (1917) as Producer
320.
The Clodhopper (1917) as Producer
Everett Nelson is a naive young farmboy. Following unjust treatment on the farm, he runs away to the big city. There he encounters a showman who decides Everett is perfect for the part of a bumpkin in his new play. Everett takes the role and becomes a big star. But there are complications...
321.
Love Letters (1917) as Supervisor
322.
The Narrow Trail (1917) as Supervisor
Ice Harding, outlaw, tames a wild horse and names it King. Ice and his gang hold up a stagecoach and encounter San Francisco vice king Bates and his innocent niece Betty Werdin. Ice is taken with the young woman, but at first she sees nothing in him. But she begins to come around when her uncle tries to swindle Ice, and the outlaw himself undergoes a change of course under the influence of the girl.
323.
Blood Will Tell (1917) as Supervisor
324.
The Price Mark (1917) as Supervisor
325.
The Millionaire Vagrant (1917) as Producer
326.
The Crab (1917) as Supervisor
327.
The Criminal (1916) as Supervisor
328.
Between Men (1916) as Supervisor
329.
The Waifs (1916) as Supervisor
330.
The Primal Lure (1916) as Producer
331.
The Criminal (1916) as Presented By
332.
Shell Forty-Three (1916) as Producer
333.
The Wolf Woman (1916) as Producer
334.
A Corner in Colleens (1916) as Presented By
335.
The Dawn Maker (1916) as Producer
336.
Somewhere in France (1916) as Producer
337.
The Female of the Species (1916) as Supervisor
338.
The Apostle of Vengeance (1916) as Supervisor
339.
The Moral Fabric (1916) as Supervisor
340.
Lieutenant Danny, U.S.A. (1916) as Supervisor
341.
The Beckoning Flame (1916) as Supervisor
342.
Civilization (1916) as Producer
Allegorical film about peace. A king starts a war, many of the women are against it, people are pressed into service. A count has constructed a submarine and gets the order to sink an ocean liner, that is also carrying - supposedly - ammunition for the enemy. The count refuses to fire the torpedos, and sinks the submarine. He survives, but in a limbo between death and life where he meets Jesus, who takes him over to preach peace. Naturally the king arrests him and sentences him to death for treason, but then Jesus shows him the real face of war.
343.
The Return of Draw Egan (1916) as Supervisor
344.
The Raiders (1916) as Supervisor
345.
The Corner (1916) as Supervisor
346.
The Sin Ye Do (1916) as Supervisor
347.
The Stepping Stone (1916) as Supervisor
348.
The Deserter (1916) as Supervisor
Parker, an Army lieutenant at a Western outpost, falls in love with Barbara Taylor, daughter of his commanding officer. But when Barbara rejects him, Parker fights with another soldier and deserts. An Indian attack gives him a chance to redeem himself.
349.
The Sorrows of Love (1916) as Producer
350.
Jim Grimsby's Boy (1916) as Supervisor
351.
Bawbs O' Blue Ridge (1916) as Producer
352.
The Vagabond Prince (1916) as Producer
353.
The Apostle of Vengeance (1916) as Producer
354.
D'artagnan (1916) as Supervisor
355.
The Aryan (1916) as Supervisor
Steve Denton, rich from years of prospecting, is fleeced by the citizens of Yellow Ridge. In his rage, he kidnaps the woman most responsible and makes her his slave in a desert hideaway. He hates all white men (and women) and refuses to aid a wagon train of farmers dying in the desert... at least until he meets Mary Jane, an innocent and brave young girl among them.
356.
Three of Many (1916) as Producer
357.
A Gamble in Souls (1916) as Producer
358.
The Thoroughbred (1916) as Supervisor
359.
Hell's Hinges (1916) as Producer
When a reverend and his sister arrive in the town of Hell's Hinges, a saloon owner and his cohorts sense danger to their evil ways.
360.
The Last Act (1916) as Supervisor
361.
The Beggar of Cawnpore (1916) as Supervisor
362.
Civilization's Child (1916) as Supervisor
363.
The Conqueror (1916) as Supervisor
364.
The Jungle Child (1916) as Supervisor
365.
Bullets and Brown Eyes (1916) as Supervisor
366.
The Patriot (1916) as Supervisor
367.
The Dividend (1916) as Supervisor
Wealthy John Steele has a handsome young son, Frank, on whom he pins his hopes. But riches lead Frank not into social standing and duty, but into depravity, drug-addiction, criminal activity, and finally to tragedy.
368.
The Criminal (1916) as Producer
369.
The Return of Draw Egan (1916) as Producer
370.
The Raiders (1916) as Producer
371.
The Stepping Stone (1916) as Producer
372.
The Thoroughbred (1916) as Producer
373.
The Aryan (1916) as Producer
Steve Denton, rich from years of prospecting, is fleeced by the citizens of Yellow Ridge. In his rage, he kidnaps the woman most responsible and makes her his slave in a desert hideaway. He hates all white men (and women) and refuses to aid a wagon train of farmers dying in the desert... at least until he meets Mary Jane, an innocent and brave young girl among them.
374.
Matrimony (1915) as Supervisor
375.
The Iron Strain (1915) as Supervisor
376.
Bad Buck of Santa Ynez, The (1915) as Producer
377.
Scourge of the Desert (1915) as Producer
378.
Grudge, The (1915) as Producer
379.
Ruse, The (1915) as Producer
380.
The Winged Idol (1915) as Supervisor
381.
The Darkening Trail (1915) as Producer
382.
The Disciple (1915) as Supervisor
Jim Houston, the "Shootin' Iron Parson," arrives to reform the town of Barren Gulch. Jim's wife Mary, however, is seduced by the local gambling hall owner, Doc Hardy. Jim forsakes the ministry after this betrayal and takes his daughter to live in the mountains alone. When she becomes ill, Doc Hardy, who is in actuality a doctor, is the only one Jim can call on for help.
383.
The Reward (1915) as Producer
384.
The Golden Claw (1915) as Supervisor
385.
The Forbidden Adventure (1915) as Producer
Cecil Weatherby, travelling in the Arabian desert, comes upon a hidden and secret city. There he finds love in the form of a beautiful priestess, Ameera. Their love results in their being condemned to death, but even in the City of Death, love will find a way.
386.
The Alien (1915) as Supervisor
387.
The Italian (1915) as Producer
An immigrant leaves his sweetheart in Italy to find a better life across the sea in the grimy slums of New York. They are eventually reunited and marry. But life in New York is hard and tragedy tarnishes their dream of a better life in the new world.
388.
The Devil (1915) as Producer
389.
Aloha Oe (1915) as Supervisor
390.
The Winged Idol (1915) as Presented By
391.
The Coward (1915) as Producer
A Confederate deserter stumbles on the chance to redeem himself.
392.
On the Night Stage (1915) as Supervisor
A stagecoach robber falls in love with a saloon girl. However, she falls for a pastor, who converts her; she marries him. The robber is so impressed by this that he decides to turn over a new leaf. However, a shady gambler sets his sights on the former saloon girl, and the robber has to protect her from his advances.
393.
Tools of Providence (1915) as Producer
394.
Pinto Ben (1915) as Producer
395.
Cash Parrish's Pal (1915) as Producer
396.
The Alien (1915) as Producer
397.
Rouchneck, The (1915) as Producer
398.
Rumpelstiltskin (1915) as Supervisor
399.
The Mating (1915) as Supervisor
400.
The Edge of the Abyss (1915) as Supervisor
401.
The Man from Oregon (1915) as Producer
402.
The Cup of Life (1915) as Producer
403.
Rumpelstiltskin (1915) as Producer
404.
Aloha Oe (1915) as Producer
405.
The Cup of Life (1915) as Supervisor
406.
Knight of the Trails (1915) as Producer
407.
Keno Bates, Liar (1915) as Producer
408.
409.
Mr. Silent Haskins (1915) as Producer
410.
Matrimony (1915) as Producer
411.
The Wrath of the Gods (1914) as Producer
412.
The Typhoon (1914) as Producer
413.
Passing of Two-Gun Hicks, The (1914) as Producer
414.
The Bargain (1914) as Producer
415.
Harvest of Sin (1913) as Producer
416.
Great Sacrifice, The (1912) as Producer

Editing (feature film)

417.
Civilization (1916) as Editing
Allegorical film about peace. A king starts a war, many of the women are against it, people are pressed into service. A count has constructed a submarine and gets the order to sink an ocean liner, that is also carrying - supposedly - ammunition for the enemy. The count refuses to fire the torpedos, and sinks the submarine. He survives, but in a limbo between death and life where he meets Jesus, who takes him over to preach peace. Naturally the king arrests him and sentences him to death for treason, but then Jesus shows him the real face of war.
418.
The Reward (1915) as Film Editor

Director (short)

419.
The Dream (1911)
After a loutish husband comes home drunk and mistreats his wife, he has a dream that causes him to reconsider his actions in this silent short film.

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