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Cast (feature film)

Belle Le Grand (1951) as Guard
Buckaroo Sheriff of Texas (1951) as Stagecoach driver
It's just after the Civil War in Texas and Sam White has found a rich deposit of bauxite. But lawlessness abounds and Jim Tulane and his henchmen are in control. Tulane knows White has found something but is unable to find out what and kills him. He also knows the key is in a toy wagon White gave to his son. The son figures out the puzzle only to learn that Tulane's henchman has already accidently found the answer.
The Secret Fury (1950) as Mike
A mysterious figure tries to stop a woman's marriage by driving her mad.
Mary Ryan, Detective (1950) as MacDougal
Summer Stock (1950) as Sheriff
A farmer gets sucked into show business when a theatrical troupe invades her farm.
Lonely Hearts Bandits (1950) as Sheriff York
Two con artists join forces and pose as brother and sister. He then meets rich widows through the "personals" sections of newspapers, marries them, and both kill the widows for their money.
The Doolins of Oklahoma (1949) as Engineer
An outlaw tries to leave the family gang and go straight.
Big Jack (1949) as Coachman
A pair of thieves swindle their way through the gay ''''90s.
Whirlpool (1949) as Watchman
The wife of a psycho-analyst falls prey to a devious quack hypnotist when he discovers she is an habitual shoplifter. Then one of his previous patients now being treated by the real doctor is found murdered, with her still at the scene, and suspicion points only one way.
Mother Is a Freshman (1949) as George
Widow Abby Abbott is having serious money problems and has to dip into the family trust in order to pay for her daughter Susan's college tuition. The catch: Abby must also become a co-ed or she can't touch the money. After passing her entrance exams, Abby goes to college and becomes very popular, especially with a handsome English professor whom Susan has a crush on.
Incident (1949) as Lt. Madigan
A stockbroker is jumped one night and beaten up by gangsters; it turns out they mistook him for another gangsters, whom he closely resembles. Determined to find the intended victim and ensure that he doesn't get assaulted again, he finds himself involved with a beautiful blonde who gets him entangled in a plot involving hijacking and murder.
I Shot Jesse James (1949) as Bartender
After shooting his best friend, an outlaw tries to cope with guilt.
Mighty Joe Young (1949) as Bartender
Showmen try to exploit a giant ape raised by an orphan.
In This Corner (1948) as Police captain
Man from Texas (1948) as Deputy
The Checkered Coat (1948) as Brownlee
Psychiatrist Dr. Michael Madden (Tom Conway) is visited by a man, Steve "Creepy" Bolin (Hurd Hatfield), wearing a weird checkered coat, and when Madden learns that Creepy is subject to death-like trances and the fear of being buried alive, Madden concludes Creepy is obviously a psychopath (at least, until a real one comes along)with possible criminal tendencies. When leaving, Creepy tells Madden he is a friend of the doctor's no-good brother Fred (Marten Lamont),while also throwing a few sinister-and-leering glances in the direction of Madden's wife Betty (Noreen Nash.) Madden wastes no time in notifying the police to pick up Creepy, evidently on a general nuisance charge of looking like Dorian Gray. But Creepy is also sneaky and eludes the police and, when next seen, he and Fred are robbing the Anson Jewelry store across the street from Dr. Madden's office and he shoots and kills both the owner (John Hamilton) and his son (Fred Browne) in the process. Dr. Madden hears the shots and rushes over but is slugged by Creepy and he and no-good Fred carry off Madden in their get-away. The police show up and immediately tab Dr. Madden as the prime suspect based, evidently, on him having an office across the street.
Call Northside 777 (1948) as Patrolman
A Chicago reporter re-opens a ten year old murder case.
Sleep, My Love (1948) as Bartender
Claudette Colbert wakes up in the middle of the night on board a train, but she can't remember how she got there. Danger and suspense ensue.
The Big Punch (1948) as Ed Hardy
Gangsters frame a boxer for murder when he refuses to throw a fight.
High Wall (1948) as Deputy
Psychiatry provides the key to proving a veteran flyer innocent of his wife''s murder.
Lightnin' in the Forest (1948) as Police officer
The Babe Ruth Story (1948) as Manager
A childlike oaf becomes the greatest star in baseball.
Alias a Gentleman (1948) as
An aging convict tries to keep his daughter from following in his footsteps.
Hollow Triumph (1948) as
A crook on the lam poses as a psychiatrist.
Cass Timberlane (1948) as Maitre d'
An aging judge creates a scandal when he marries a younger woman from the wrong side of the tracks.
Homicide for Three (1948) as Circus doorman
Unconquered (1947) as Frontiersman
An English convict girl sent to the colonies gets mixed up in the war with the Indians.
Merton of the Movies (1947) as Steward of club
A star-struck hick goes to Hollywood to become a star.
News Hounds (1947) as O'Malley
When they get newspaper jobs, the Bowery Boys take on a sport-fixing mob.
Love Laughs at Andy Hardy (1947) as Sergeant
A small-town boy returns to college after the war only to find his sweetheart engaged to another.
Curley (1947) as Baggageman
When their favorite teacher marries, a gang of kids tries to scare her replacement away.
Deep Valley (1947) as Posse
A farmer's daughter helps an escaped convict.
Buck Privates Come Home (1947) as Mulroney
Two ex-soldiers return from overseas--one of them having smuggled into the country a French orphan girl he has become attached to. They wind up running into their old sergeant--who hates them--and getting involved with a race-car builder who's trying to find backers for a new midget racer he's building.
Slave Girl (1947) as Captain
The Flame (1947) as Police officer
George McAllister (John Carroll), the black sheep of a wealthy family who has squandered his share of the family inheritance, and lives in constant jealousy, hatred and resentment of his half-brother Barry (Robert Paige), who has been supporting him. George gets his girl friend, Carlotta Duval (Vera Ralston), a job as Barry's nurse with the plan of eventually marrying him. She does, but instead of going ahead with the original plan or getting rid of Barry, inheriting his money and marrying George, she finds that she is really in love with Barry.
Louisiana (1947) as Politician
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now? (1947) as Stage hand
A biopic of the career of Joe Howard (12 Feb.,1878 - 19 May, 1961), famous songwriter of the early 20th Century. Howard wrote the title song, Goodbye, My Lady Love; and Hello, My Baby among many others. Mark Stevens was dubbed by Buddy Clark, well known singer of the 30's and 40's
Lost Honeymoon (1947) as Butler
When her best friend dies, a woman takes the orphaned children in search of their father.
The Romance of Rosy Ridge (1947) as Blue pants Northerner
A farmer's daughter falls in love with a man who fought against her family in the Civil War.
Key Witness (1947) as Dillon
Rendezvous with Annie (1946) as Mahoney
The Phantom Thief (1946) as Police sergeant
A reformed thief tries to stop a murderous blackmailer.
Dangerous Business (1946) as Plainclothesman
Two young lawyers (Forrest Tucker and Lynn Merrick) open an office together. They are hired to defend a utilities magnate (Thurston Hall) who claims he has been framed. He is kidnapped by a gangster (Gerald Mohr), and a battle royal ensues when the lawyers try to rescue him.
The Dark Horse (1946) as Policeman
She Wrote the Book (1946) as Workman
A plain-Jane math professor (Joan Davis) at a small midwestern college is talked into journeying to New York on behalf of a colleague who has written a steamy bestseller under an assumed name. While in the big city, the math prof receives a bump on the head which brings on a form of amnesia. She begins to believe she is the author of the sultry book, and has actually lived its story. Now freed from her inhibitions, the lady professor sashays about with abandon. With a PR man (Jack Oakie) in tow, she crashes a party of swells at the home of a wealthy industrialist (Thurston Hall) and pressures him into making a large contribution to her tiny college back home.
The Runaround (1946) as Cab driver
Maverick private eyes Kildane and Quayle leave a large agency to work on their own. Their first assignment (pirated from the old firm): retrieve eloping heiress Penelope competition with their former boss Prentiss. Kildane finds Penelope with surprising ease and keeps her one jump ahead of Prentiss with assorted difficulties, but can he avoid a romantic complication with his lovely charge?
Cloak and Dagger (1946) as Middle aged man
Near the end of World War II, the Allies must find out how much the Axis knows about building atomic bombs. The OSS recruits a physicist, Alvah Jesper, to reach his former colleague, Katerin Lodor, now in Switzerland, and bring her out for debriefing. He reaches her, but a German agent is quickly onto him, and Lodor dies. Jesper must now get into Italy, go underground with the help of Gina, a resistance leader, and convince Polda, a physicist there, to leave with him. Polda won't go until his daughter is rescued from German detention. As Jesper's pal Pinky works on rescuing Polda's daughter and as time for escape runs down, Jesper and Gina fall in love.
Bowery Bombshell (1946) as O'Hara
The Bowery Boys tackle gangsters to clear one of their own from a bogus robbery charge.
Centennial Summer (1946) as Mr. Phelps
In 1876 Philadelphia, two sisters (Jeanne Crain and Linda Darnell) vie for the affections of a Frenchman (Cornel Wilde) who's come to town to prepare the French pavilion for the Centennial exposition.
Fig Leaf for Eve (1946) as Gus Hoffman
Lady Luck (1946) as Police lieutenant
A woman from a family of gamblers marries one and tries to reform him.
Ziegfeld Follies (1946) as Officer in "Pay the Two Dollars"
Legendary showman Flo Ziegfeld imagines the kind of Follies he could produce with MGM's musical stars.
Canyon Passage (1946) as Mormon
A respected businessman and his gambler best friend fall for the same woman in 1850s Oregon.
Boston Blackie and the Law (1946) as Peterson
A reformed thief brings a magic show to a woman's prison and gets mixed up in an escape.
The Hoodlum Saint (1946) as Gateman
After finding religion, a cynical newspaperman tries to help young hoods.
Ten Cents a Dance (1945) as Bank guard
See My Lawyer (1945) as Policeman
Salome, Where She Danced (1945) as Lineman
Penthouse Rhythm (1945) as Elevator starter
Life with Blondie (1945) as Policeman
That's the Spirit (1945) as Policeman
Music for Millions (1945) as Policeman
A pregnant musician awaits her husband's return from World War II.
Dangerous Partners (1945) as Counterman
A young couple''''s accident could make them rich, if they can evade a Nazi spy ring.
Nothing But Trouble (1945) as Policeman
A pair of dimwits get jobs as servants to a boy king whose life is in danger.
Night Club Girl (1945) as Gus
Two O'Clock Courage (1945) as Police officer
An amnesiac discovers he's wanted for murder.
Having Wonderful Crime (1945) as Police officer
Three amateur detectives try to find a missing magician.
Frontier Gal (1945) as Bailiff
Patrick the Great (1945) as Plumber
George White's Scandals (1945) as Headwaiter
Two sets of lovers come together while working on a big musical.
State Fair (1945) as Guard at roller coaster
An Iowa family finds romance and adventure at the yearly state fair.
Circumstantial Evidence (1945) as Guard
A young lad has his fine new hatchet confiscated by a grumpy baker. The boy's hot-headed father tries to get it back, but this results in a fight in which onlookers seem to see the father use the disputed weapon to strike and kill the baker. At the resulting murder trial, their evidence on this point becomes a matter of life-and-death.
Lady on a Train (1945) as Clerk
A young woman enlists a mystery writer to help her solve a murder when the corpse vanishes.
Wonder Man (1945) as Policeman
A murdered nightclub star possesses a mild-mannered look-alike to bring his killers to justice.
Here Come the Co-Eds (1945) as Flannigan
Henry Aldrich's Little Secret (1944) as Policeman
Henry and Dizzy have a baby sitting service and get more than they bargain for when the mother of a 10 month old leaves town to clear her husband of a crime.
Lost in a Harem (1944) as Sentry
Two entertainers touring the Middle East are kidnapped by an evil sultan.
Hey, Rookie (1944) as Doctor
Musical comedy star Jimmy Leighter wants to get away from show biz and his leading lady Winnie Clark, so he joins the Army. There he gets the order to put on a show, Winnie Clark appears in a camp show, hears about his task and offers him his help. He thinks, she does it for her publicity only, so he doesn't want to know anything about this, till he finds out, that she has no such intentions.
Week-End Pass (1944) as Proprietor
Hat Check Honey (1944) as Louis
Standing Room Only (1944) as Foreman
During World War II, Lee Stevens travels to Washington D.C. with his secretary Jane Rogers in order to secure a government contract. Not thinking it through, Jane cancels their hotel reservations when she feels the accomodations are inadequate. With no rooms available in the entire city Lee and Jane pose as a married couple and take positions as maid and butler in the Cromwell's home until the contract can be secured.
Three Men in White (1944) as Policeman
Young doctors compete for a prestigious position as Dr. Gillespie's assistant.
I Love a Soldier (1944) as Passenger
During World War II in San Francisco, Eve Morgan and her single girlfriends spend their days welding ships and their nights dancing with soldiers and sailors shipping out that night. Eve is determined to avoid any romantic entanglements until the war is over she refuses to spend her days and nights worrying about getting bad news about a man she has fallen for. But she doesn't count on meeting a soldier who is determined to change her mind.
Greenwich Village (1944) as Set designer
A speakeasy owner steals a serious young composer''''s songs so he can produce a musical.
Cover Girl (1944) as Policeman
A nightclub dancer makes it big in modeling, leaving her dancer boyfriend behind.
Christmas Holiday (1944) as Detective
Dead Man's Eyes (1944) as Policeman
An artist (Lon Chaney Jr) is blinded by a jealous assistant/model. His fiance's father generously offers his eyes for a sight restoring operation. there's only one hitch. Chaney has to wait until after the man dies. Not surprisingly, when the benefactor dies a very premature death, suspicion falls on the artist.
Army Wives (1944) as Sgt. Shannahan
Moon Over Las Vegas (1944) as Conductor
Bowery to Broadway (1944) as Policeman
San Diego, I Love You (1944) as Stevedore
Bermuda Mystery (1944) as Guard
She Has What It Takes (1943) as Cab driver
An aspiring actress pretends to be a beloved stage star''''s daughter.
Whistling in Brooklyn (1943) as Policeman
A radio sleuth infiltrates the Brooklyn Dodgers to solve a murder.
The Falcon Strikes Back (1943) as Grimes
A society sleuth is framed for murder by criminals running a war-bond racket.
So's Your Uncle (1943) as Proprietor
Dixie Dugan (1943) as Policeman
Never a Dull Moment (1943) as Captain Michael Fogarty
When Johnny Comes Marching Home (1943) as Military policeman
Hit the Ice (1943) as Policeman
Flash Fulton (Bud Abbott) and Weejie McCoy (Lou Costello) take pictures of a bank robbery. Lured to the mountain resort hideout of the robbers and accompanied by Dr. Bill Elliott (Patric Knowles) and Peggy Osborn (Elyse Knox), they also meet old friend Johnny Long (Himself) and his band and singer Marcia Manning (Ginny Simms). Dr. Elliott and Peggy are being held in a remote cabin by the robbers, but Weejie rescues them by turning himself into a human snowball that becomes an avalanche that engulfs the crooks.
Margin for Error (1943) as Desk sergeant
It is a toss-up as to who is most displeased when Patrolman Moe Finkelstein (Milton Berle) is given the duty of guarding the German consulate ran by Karl Baumer (Otto Preminger); neither Moe nor Baumer are too happy with this turn of events. Moe, however, quickly becomes fiends with the other residents of the consulate: Sophie Baumer (Joan Bennett), the consul's wife; the secretary Baron Max Von Alvenstor (Carl Esmond); and a pretty maid named Freida (Poldi Dur as Poldy Dur.)Moe senses an underlying tension that is not entirely accounted for by the gathering clouds of war. The gambling-loving Baumer has lost a large sum of money belonging to the German government, Sophie has learned to hate her husband and what he stands for and represents, and Baron Max has fallen in love with her. Max confronts Baumer with the discrepancy in the consulate's funds, and Baumer threatens to inform Berlin that one of Max's grandparents was not "Aryan." The arrival of a group of Nazi saboteurs (Ted North, Elmer Jack Semple and J. Norton Dunn) and the insistence they be given the funds to finance their project stirs consulate affairs even further.
Fired Wife (1943) as Stagehand
Hello Frisco, Hello (1943) as Joe, the foreman
A Stranger in Town (1943) as Henry
A Supreme Court justice on vacation takes on crooked small-town politicians.
The Falcon in Danger (1943) as Grimes
A society sleuth tracks a lost plane carrying $100,000.
Let's Face It (1943) as Policeman
Hers to Hold (1943) as Reporter
Are Husbands Necessary? (1942) as Piano mover
Lady in a Jam (1942) as Bartender
Four Jacks and a Jill (1942) as Policeman
A nightclub band''''s new singer becomes the center of a romantic mix-up.
Ten Gentlemen from West Point (1942) as O'Toole
Among those who are fighting to have Congress re-establish the military academy at West Point in the beginning of the nineteenth century is a young Washington socialite, Carolyn Bainbridge (Maureen O'Hara). Congress resolves to revive the Academy on a one-year trial basis. Major Sam Carter (Laird Cregar), a martinet who doesn't believe a college can produce real fighting men, is made the Commandant, and determines to make soldiers - or failures - out of the small band of cadets, by enforcing stringent disciplinary action. Among the cadets are Howard Shelton (John Sutton), Carolyn's fiancee, and Dawson (George Montgomery), a Kentucky frontiersman. There is bad blood between the two from the start, and matters are worsened when Dawson falls in love with Carolyn. Many of the cadets resign, under the discouraging conditions and grueling punishment that is part of Carter's plan to make the school hard and the exercises difficult, and the number of cadets left is down to ten. Word arrives that the Indian chief Tecumseh (Noble Johnson) has gone on the warpath, and Carter is ordered to take part in quelling the rebellion, and to include the cadets along with the regular Bombadiers. Shelton, on patrol, is shot at by an Indian, and hot-headedly leaves his post in pursuit. Dawson leaves to bring him back followed by Major Carter who is captured by the Indians. Using tactics learned at West Point, the small band of cadets attack and demoralize the much larger Indian force, and succeed in rescuing Carter, and Dawson is wounded. Carter is grateful for the actions taken by the band, but says that Shelton and Dawson cannot remain as cadets since they had violated the rules by leaving their posts, and would be a bad precedent for future cadets. Carolyn has come to the Point to marry the unsuspecting Dawson, who thought she loved Shelton.
Fly-by-Night (1942) as Police sergeant Murphy
The Big Street (1942) as Mulvaney
A nightclub waiter, who's in love with a selfish showgirl, gets to prove his love when she's injured.
Henry Aldrich, Editor (1942) as Policeman
Henry (James Lydon) gets into another jam when he becomes the editor of the Centerville Hish School newspaper. The Fire Chief suspects him when he covers fires.
Ride 'Em Cowboy (1942) as Railroad detective
On the run from a rodeo boss, two greenhorns get jobs as cowboys.
A Night to Remember (1942) as Mathews
A mystery writer and his wife stumble on a murder in their new apartment.
The Invisible Agent (1942) as S.S. man
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...
The Falcon's Brother (1942) as Grimes
A gentlemanly detective calls on his brother to help him stop the Nazis from assassinating a key diplomat.
Mexican Spitfire at Sea (1942) as George Skinner
An advertising executive and his temperamental wife sail to Hawaii in search of business.
Mississippi Gambler (1942) as Dexter
A journalist finds out, that a plantation owner he meets is a gangster the police is looking for, who has changed his face with plastic surgery.
A Date with the Falcon (1942) as Grimes
The gentleman detective postpones his wedding to find a cache of stolen diamonds.
My Sister Eileen (1942) as Policeman
Two sisters - one smart, one pretty - move to New York to build careers.
The Saint in Palm Springs (1941) as Detective Barker
Reformed jewel thief Simon Templar''''s efforts to deliver a fortune in rare stamps are complicated by murder.
The Gay Falcon (1941) as Grimes
A society sleuth tries to break up an insurance scam.
Three Girls About Town (1941) as Detective
Sisters working at a hotel try to hide a dead body before the next convention arrives.
We Go Fast (1941) as Train announcer
Rose Couglin (Lynn Bari) is a wise-cracking waitress at a coffe-pt diner with policemen Bob Brandon (Alan Curtis) and Herman Huff (Don DeFore billed as Don DeForest) vying for her attention. Their argument ends when the place is held up, but Brandon tricks the crook and captures him, but lets Herman take the credit. Herman now must sponsor Bob's application to the motrocycle force and is enev more dismayed when society deb Diana Hempstead (Sheila Ryan)takes a liking to Bob. Rose also finds herself involved with a swindle upon a refrigerator manufacturer by a bogus foreign potentate, Nabob (Gerald Mohr.)
Tall, Dark and Handsome (1941) as Detective
A softhearted gangster tries to go straight.
Henry Aldrich for President (1941) as Policeman
In the Navy (1941) as Ticket taker
A famous radio crooner secretly enlists in the Navy and tries to keep his identity a secret.
The Get-Away (1941) as Salesman
A jailed cop befriends a mob chieftain and stages a breakout with him.
Ride, Kelly, Ride (1941) as Clocker
Appointment for Love (1941) as Reporter
Charming Andre Cassil woos physician Jane Alexander and the two impulsively get married. The honeymoon ends very quickly when Jane voices her progressive views on marriage which include the two having separate apartments. Andre then tries to make his wife jealous in order to lure her into his bedroom.
The Great Dictator (1941) as
A Jewish barber takes the place of a war-hungry dictator.
Parachute Battalion (1941) as Recruiting sergeant
Army men train for the parachute corps.
Billy the Kid (1941) as Pat Shanahan
A misunderstood youngster turns into one of the West''''s most notorious outlaws.
I Wake Up Screaming (1941) as Detective
A celebrity promoter is accused of murdering one of his clients.
Black Friday (1940) as Detective Farnow
When his friend Professor Kingsely (Ridges) is at deaths door, brain surgeon Dr. Sovac (Karloff) saves his life by means of an illegal operation that transplants part of injured gangster Red Cannon's brain. Unfortunately, the operation has a disasterous Jeckll and Hyde side effect and under certain conditions the persona of Cannon emerges. Sovac soon learns of the duel personality and of half a million dollars the gangster has hidden away. He attempts to find the money through the manipulation of his friend, an attempt that brings Kingsley closer to madness as he alternates between a meek professor of english and a brutal gangster out for murderous revenge on those who tried to kill him.
Pop Always Pays (1940) as Winton
A man will only allow his daughter to marry if her fiance can raise $1,000.
Mexican Spitfire Out West (1940) as Skinner
To punish her inattentive husband, a Latin bombshell pretends to want a divorce.
The Quarterback (1940) as Second mug
The Great Profile (1940) as Furniture man
Barrymore lampoons himself. A famous actor, given to drink, nearly destroys the show, but his leading lady (Hughes) returns to save it. Meanwhile a young girl (Baxter) tries to reform him.
Men Against the Sky (1940) as Cop
A famous flyer turns to drink but tries to straighten out to help with the war effort.
The Girl from Avenue A (1940) as Coachman
The Man Who Wouldn't Talk (1940) as Jim
A man involved in a crime (Nolan) kills his key witness by mistake and resigns himself to death. He changes his name so as not to harm his family. The law is not content with his explanation, however.
On Their Own (1940) as Milkman
The Jones family (without father) head for California to open a bungalow court. To increase business they advertise for families with children and pets. A neighbor threatens to sue.
Slightly Tempted (1940) as Slot machine operator
Confidence man Professor Ross (Hugh Herbert) is released from prison and goes to Knoxton where his daughter Judy (Peggy Moran) lives. She has told everyone, including her fiancee Jimmy Duncan (Johnny Downs), that her father has been exploring in South America. Civic leaders ask him to lecture at a gala reception. Because Jimmy needs money to finance a toy train factory, Ross ends his lecture with a sales talk about the valuable Iridium mines he found in South America. Ethelreda Knox (Elisabeth Risdon), big-time toy manufacturer, wants to get a monopoly on the Iridium stock, while Gentleman Jack (Robert Emmett Keane) and The Duchess (Gertrude Michael), a pair of slick crooks, also want to chisel in on the deal. Ross gets the swindlers and civic leaders to deposit $60,000 in the bank and he finances Jimmy's factory with the funds. Feeling somewhat "taken", Gentleman Jack and The Duchess rob the bank, but with the help of his crony Peter (George E. Stone), Ross sees to it that the pair leave town holding an empty bag. Ross reimburses the locals and suggests a merger of the factories owned by his bride-to-be Eltelreda and his future son-in-law Jimmy.
Dulcy (1940) as Policeman
A scatterbrained beauty tries to help her fiance''''s career by throwing a big party.
Love Thy Neighbor (1940) as Driver
Jack Benny (Himself) is preparing his New Year's Eve radio broadcast but takes time out to take his valet Rochester (Eddie Anderson) to meet his girlfriend Josephine (Theresa) arriving on a steamer. Fred Allen (Himself) and his sister Barbara (Verree Teasdale) are also enroute to the dock to meet Barbara's daughter Mary (Mary Martin), returning from a personal appearance tour in South America. Josephine is her maid. Their cars get involved in an accident and, in a bumping contest, Fred reduces Jack's old Maxwell to junk, and is taken to jail. Mary loses her dress in an accident and Jack offers to get her another one, but winds up being arrested for stealing. Barbara tells Mary that Fred is a nervous wreck because of Jack's continual slander of him on Jack's radio program. Jack hires the Merry Macs (Joe McMichael, Judd McMichael, Ted McMichael, Helen Carroll) away from Fred and Fred decides to go to Miami for a rest. Jack decides to open his radio program from Miami. They meet, have another brawl, and end up in jail again. The two are in a motorboat accident where both are knocked unconscious and Mary, in an effort to end the feud, tells Fred that Jack saved his life. They have dinner together at Fred's apartment and Rochester, whom Fred has hired away from Jack, appears and the feud is on again.
He Married His Wife (1940) as Attendant
A race horse owner pays so much attention to business that he winds up divorced from his wife.
Sandy Is a Lady (1940) as Nordlinger
Sandy Gets Her Man (1940) as Policeman
The Golden Fleecing (1940) as McGurk
A mild-mannered insurance salesman gets mixed up with gangsters.
Henry Goes Arizona (1939) as Slim Pickens
A Broadway tenderfoot takes over a Western ranch.
The Jones Family in Quick Millions (1939) as Deputy sheriff
You Can't Cheat an Honest Man (1939) as Highway patrol officer
A circus manager tries to break up his daughter''''s romance with a ventriloquist.
I Stole a Million (1939) as Superintendent
Hollywood Cavalcade (1939) as
Michael Linnett Connors takes Molly Adair from Broadway understudy to 1913 Hollywood star. Although she is in love with him, she marries her co-star reckoning wrongly Connors thinks of her only in terms of movies. He fires her in pique, apparently terminally damaging his career.
Frontier Marshal (1939) as Card player
Earp agrees to become marshal and establish order in Tombstone in this very romanticized version of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral (e.g., Doc is killed by Curley before the actual battle and Earp must do the job alone).
Chicken Wagon Family (1939) as Stu
An traveling merchant (Carrillo) takes his family to New York where he explores his weakness for poker as he looks for work aided by his daughter (Withers).
Spirit of Culver (1939) as Truck driver
Boy Friend (1939) as Police lieutenant
A cop pretends to be a crook in order to catch a gang of outlaws. The bad guys run a night club as a front. The cop's sister helps him by singing there; otherwise, she's busy making love to a military cadet.
Cafe Society (1939) as Newsreel reporter
Tail Spin (1939) as Mechanic
A flyer enters a cross-country aerial derby and becomes rival to a wealthy society competitor.
Too Busy to Work (1939) as Truck driver
The Cisco Kid and the Lady (1939) as Jailer
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.
Charlie McCarthy, Detective (1939) as Officer Walsh
Scotty Hamilton is a reporter who works for a crooked editor. Bill Banning is another reporter who is about to expose the editor's ties to the mob. When the editor is killed, both reporter Banning and mobster Tony Garcia are suspected. However, Hamilton's friend Edgar Bergen solves the case (without much help from Charlie McCarthy).
Pardon Our Nerve (1939) as Bodyguard
Of Mice and Men (1939) as Bus driver
A drifter and his slow-witted pal try to make their way in the West.
The Big Guy (1939) as Dawes
Let Freedom Ring (1939) as "Curly"
A crusader returns to his Western hometown to root out corruption.
Hero for a Day (1939) as Foreman
No Time to Marry (1938) as Policeman
There Goes My Heart (1938) as Taxi driver
An heiress takes a job as a department store clerk.
Kentucky (1938) as Workman
A Romeo and Juliet love story set amidst horseracing.
Men with Wings (1938) as Field employee
Too Hot to Handle (1938) as Newsreel man
Rival newsreel photographers vie for scoops and a beautiful lady flyer.
Room Service (1938) as
Three zany producers try to extend their hotel credit until they can get a play mounted.
Rascals (1938) as Dugan
A Gypsy band takes lots of stuff but always in a good cause. Led by Jane Withers, they pick up a socialite (Hundson) who has amnesia. She works as a fortune teller and raises enough money for an operation to regain her memory.
The Arkansas Traveler (1938) as Third hobo
Love on a Budget (1938) as Expressman
Give Me a Sailor (1938) as Reporter
A series of romantic complications ensue between two brothers in the U.S. Navy and two sisters.
Change of Heart (1938) as Dog owner
Speed to Burn (1938) as Policeman
The Chaser (1938) as Eddie
Love trips up an ambulance-chasing lawyer.
Born Reckless (1937) as Garage foreman
Wells Fargo (1937) as Stagecoach driver
An employee of an express shipping service helps to provide people with the supplies they need.
Internes Can't Take Money (1937) as Ambulance driver
In a fantastically art-deco hospital, young Dr. Kildare treats and falls for impoverished Janet Healy, widow of a bank robber, who's been in prison and can't find her baby. Later she helps Kildare sew up gangster Hanlon in a tavern back room. Kildare pursues Janet and enlists Hanlon to help her; the gangster's solution, not surprisingly, is violent.
This Is My Affair (1937) as Guard
A saloon singer tries to reform a gangster, not knowing he's really an undercover detective.
Slave Ship (1937) as Ostler
Captain Lovett ordered his first mate Thompson to get rid of his slave-trading crew and get a more respectable bunch for standard shipping, but when he brings his new bride Nancy aboard he finds the same old setup, including slave trade.
Angel's Holiday (1937) as Detective
Bad Guy (1937) as Joe LeClair
A man convinces his brother to bust him out of prison.
Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937) as Policeman
A New York nightclub singer plans to reveal gangsters named in her private diary. The diary disappears and the singer is murdered. Charlie Chan is called into to investigate.
Girl Overboard (1937) as Police captain
Married Before Breakfast (1937) as Lester O'Brien
A madcap inventor tries to market a razor-less shaving cream.
Man of the People (1937) as Kitty Horse
An Italian immigrant studying the law gets mixed up with crooks.
One Mile from Heaven (1937) as Detective
That I May Live (1937) as Prison guard
Murder with Pictures (1936) as Bailiff
The Sky Parade (1936) as Mac
The Bride Walks Out (1936) as Milkman
A model weds a struggling engineer then has her own struggles with domesticity.
Let's Make a Million (1936) as Taggert
Border Flight (1936) as Mechanic
Rose of the Rancho (1936) as Waiter
Hollywood Boulevard (1936) as Grip
Princess Comes Across (1936) as Reporter
A Brooklyn girl masquerades as a princess to land a Hollywood contract.
The Accusing Finger (1936) as Sergeant at arms
An attorney is responsible for sending an innocent man to jail for a murder he did not commit. He soon gets a taste of his own medicine when his wife is murdered and no one will believe him when he claims he didn't do it.
Reunion (1936) as Gardener
The Preview Murder Mystery (1936) as Tub Wilson
And Sudden Death (1936) as Gas station attendant
An heiress with a penchant for speeding runs afoul of a traffic cop. Romance develops between the two, but it's soon complicated when he believes she is responsible for killing someone due to reckless driving.
Rhythm on the Range (1936) as Cowboy
Cowboy Jeff Larabee returns from the east and meets Doris Halloway, a young girl, that he regards as a vagabond, till he learns that she's the owner of the farm where he works. He tries to win her heart, but without success, until she is endangered by gangsters.
To Mary--With Love (1936) as Politician
Ten years of married life beginning in 1925. Mary stands by Jack after the Depression of 1929 but considers divorce when he again becomes successful by 1935. Bill, who loves Mary, works at keeping them together.
My American Wife (1936) as Reporter
The Milky Way (1936) as Barber
A mild-mannered milkman stumbles onto a career in the boxing ring.
The Bride Comes Home (1936) as Elevator operator
The Gilded Lily (1935) as Reporter
A news reporter turns the woman he loves into a media star after she rejects an aristocrat''s marriage proposal.
Here Comes Cookie (1935) as Gracie's taxi driver
Car 99 (1935) as Mac
Stolen Harmony (1935) as Hotel clerk
Band leader Jack Conrad is impressed by prison inmate Ray Ferrera on saxophone. Conrad hires Ray to join his band and tour upon his release. Ray hooks up with Jean, a dancer in the show, and the two become a successful dance act. However, when an ex-inmate buddy of Ray's robs the tour bus, Ray is suspected of wrongdoing by Jack and the others in the group. After a gang of thugs hijacks the tour bus, Ray tries to use his street smarts to redeem his reputation.
Powdersmoke Range (1935) as Jake Elliott
Three cowboys buy a ranch but have to fight off gunmen to keep it.
Death on the Diamond (1934) as
A rookie pitcher tries to stop someone from killing the St. Louis Cardinals.
South of Santa Fe (1932) as Lankey
Riders of the North (1931) as [Tim] McGuire
Sunrise Trail (1931) as Rand
The Gang Buster (1931) as Taxi driver
June Moon (1931) as Joe McCloskey
Finn and Hattie (1931) as Taxi driver
Headin' North (1930) as Announcer
Having helped his father escape the law, Jim Curtis heads north with the Marshal chasing him. He and his pal Snicker elude the Marshall by changing clothes with two actors. Now forced to do vaudeville skits, Jim finds the man responsible for his and his father's problem working in the same saloon.
The Land of Missing Men (1930) as Sheriff Bower
True to the Navy (1930) as Albert
The Saturday Night Kid (1929) as Jim
Jayme and sister Janie are salesgirls in Ginsberg's Department Store. Mayme is in love with store clerk Bill, but Janie tries to steal him from her. Hazel, another salesgirl, is Jean Harlow's first credited role.
The Fleet's In (1928) as Al Pearce
The Blood Barrier (1920) as Eddie Brown
The Moonshine Trail (1919) as Eddie Cassidy
Dawn (1919) as John McGuire
My Own United States (1918) as Gen. Wilkinson
The Shop Girl (1916) as Floorwalker

Director (short)

Four Parts (1934)
In this short film, Charley Chase is one of four identical brothers... which drives his girlfriend crazy.
I'll Take Vanilla (1934)
In this comedic short, an ice-cream vendor gets mixed up with a girl and her snotty nephew.
It Happened One Day (1934)
Charley Chase discovers that he may have risen in his company quicker than he had fantasized in this short comedy.
The Cracked Iceman (1934)
A man finds that he got more than he bargained for when he takes a job as a kindergarten teacher.
Another Wild Idea (1934)
In this comedic short film, a man invents a ray machine to fulfill all of his wishes and tries to use it to get rid of his daughter''''s boyfriend.

Cast (short)

Alibi Racket (1935)
This short film focuses on a police interrogation that cracks the false alibi of a criminal.
Apples To You! (1934)
A burlesque theater director is enlisted to help a failing opera house in this short musical comedy.
Sherman Said It (1933)
In this comedic short, Charlie Chase can''''t find his way out of France even though the war has ended.
Asleep in the Feet (1933)
In this short film, comedic duo Thelma Todd and ZaSu Pitts try their hand at being charitable by working at a dance club to raise money for a friend.
The Midnight Patrol (1933)
Two rookie police officers bungle their way through a series of mishaps in this comedic short.
Fallen Arches (1933)
In this comedic short, an employee at an office takes his boss at his word and takes a literal "hike" to L.A.
In Walked Charley (1932)
In this comedic short, a travel agent finds himself in a situation where he has to humor an apparent lunatic.
Love Fever (1931)
In this comedic short, neighbors mistake an actress rehearsing her death scene for the real act.
Skip the Maloo! (1931)
In this comedic short, a Duke pretends to be a Duke and disabuse the wife and daughter of a noble family of any fondness for nobility.
The Pajama Party (1931)
In this short film, a society matron insists that Zasu Pitts and Thelma Todd spend the evening at her mansion after running their car off the road.
The Hasty Marriage (1931)
An unemployed man falls in love with a streetcar conductor''''s daughter in this short comedy.
The Rap (1931)
Laurel and Hardy are sent to prison in this comedic short film.
Whispering Whoopee (1930)
A man hires three "party girls" to help him land a business deal in this comedic short film.
The Real McCoy (1930)
Charley Chase pretends to be a hillbilly to impress a country girl in this short film.
High C's (1930)
In this comedic short, an entertainer serving in World War I puts music before military service.
The Head Guy (1930)
Things take a turn for the worse when comedian Harry Langdon is made the temporary stationmaster in this short film.
Looser Than Loose (1930)
In this comedic short film, Charley Chase must impress an important client without breaking up his engagement.
Fighting Parson, The (1930)
In this short film, a banjo player is mistaken for "The Fighting Parson" in a tough western town.
Snappy Sneezer (1929)
A man has hay fever, and his constant sneezing is driving everybody crazy in this short film.
Sky Boy (1929)
A man is trapped on an iceberg with his rival in this comedic short film.
Bouncing Babies (1929)
In this comedic short film, a jealous boy plots against his baby brother.
Hotter Than Hot (1929)
A man is trapped with a beautiful woman in a burning building in this comedic short film.

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