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Cast (feature film)

Mark of the Witch (1970) as Harry
World in My Corner (1956) as Spencer
A scrappy fighter from Jersey City named Tommy Shea -- "born in a dump, educated in an alley" -- catches the eye of wealthy businessman, Robert Mallinson, who allows him to train at his Long Island estate. Shea soon falls for Mallinson's daughter, Dorothy, but fears he doesn't have the money to support her in proper style. To get this money, Shea decides to work with crooked fight-promoter Harry Cram, even though this means dropping his honest manager, Dave Bernstein. As the big fight approaches, however, Shea begins to have second thoughts.
The Private War of Major Benson (1955) as Mr. Corrigan
An outspoken officer is forced to take charge of a military school.
A Medal for Benny (1945) as Red, Cameraman
Since You Went Away (1944) as Patient in wheelchair
A mother and wife struggle to cope while her husband is off serving in World War II.
And Now Tomorrow (1944) as Waiter
Emily Blair is rich and deaf. Doctor Vance, who grew up poor in Blairtown, is working on a serum to cure deafness which he tries on Emily. It doesn't work. Her sister is carrying on an affair with her fiance Jeff. Vance tries a new serum which causes Emily to faint... Will it work this time ?
Roger Touhy, Gangster (1944) as Reporter
And the Angels Sing (1944) as
The singing/dancing Angel sisters, Nancy (Dorothy Lamour), Bobby (Betty Hutton), Josie (Diana Lynn) and Patti (Mimi Chandler), aren't interested in performing together, and this plays havoc with the plans of Pop Angel (Raymond Walburn) to buy a soy bean farm. They do accept an offer of ten dollars to sing at a dubious night club on the edge of town where a band led by Happy Marshall (Fred MacMurray) is playing. Bobby takes the ten dollars and runs it up to $190 at the dice table. Happy hits on Nancy but she rebuffs him. He doesn't have the money to pay his band and borrows the gambling winnings from Bobby on the pretext that he will give her a job with his band. Bobby discovers the next day that Happy has hastily departed for New York. The girls follow to a night club where he is working and, after an audition, the manager is willing to give Happy a contract if the girls will sing with his band.
The Impostor (1944) as Soldier
The Missing Juror (1944) as Reporter
A detective tries to stop whomever is murdering the jurors on a notorious murder case.
The Fighting Seabees (1944) as C.P.O.
World War II construction workers have to fight the enemy to get the job done.
My Buddy (1944) as Worker
Republic, never a company to not try getting ahead of the curve and with writers who could remember the 1930's social conscience WW I vets-returning-home films, made this in mid-1944 (a full year before the end of WW II) as a don't-let-it-happen-again sermon. The semi-prologue opening finds Father Jim Donnelly (John Litel) before a post-war planning board in Washington and, as Priests quite often did in 1930 and 1940's films, tells his point-making story in flashback of how WW I vet Eddie Ballinger (Don Barry as Donald Barry), shaken by battle experiences anyway, returns home to a job that is no longer there for him and finds "No Help Wanted" signs standing in his way of making an honest living. Despite the pleas from his mother (Emma Dunn) and his sweetheart Lucy Manners (Lynne Roberts), Eddie starts hauling booze for bootlegger Tim Oberta (Alexander Granich) and takes up with entertainer Lola (Ruth Terry), who eventually betrays him, mainly because she is a one-name character and that's what one-name characters are there for...especially in a movie with the lead playing his 1944 version of Jimmy Cagney in a 1933 Warner's film. Father Jim makes his don't-repeat-the-past point in less than an hour as the hearing committee had also seen and heard the story before.
Three Russian Girls (1944) as Misha
Man from Frisco (1944) as
Matt Braddock (a fictional version of real-life Henry Kaiser) is an engineer with revolutionary ideas for shipbuilding. When he tries to set up yards for prefabricating ships on the West Coast, he runs up against a rival builder, Joel Kennedy. Kennedy's son Russ idolizes Matt, but Russ's sister Diana thinks Matt is a hopeless idealist who could ruin her father.
Thoroughbreds (1944) as
My Gal Loves Music (1944) as Piano player
Casanova Brown (1944) as Father at baby window
A couple on the verge of divorce learns the wife is pregnant.
The Last Ride (1944) as Mechanic
A detective suspects foul play in a series of accidental deaths.
It Happened Tomorrow (1944) as Reporter
A newspaper editor writes headlines that predict the future.
Strangers in the Night (1944) as Medical corpsman
A lonely, mentally unbalanced woman invents a fictitious daughter and has the "daughter" write to a Marine stationed in the South Pacific. When the soldier returns back to the States, he goes to look up his pen pal, and is told by the "mother" that the daughter has moved away. An acquaintance of the women tells the soldier the truth, and in a rage the "mother" kills her. In order to cover up that crime, she realizes she must kill the soldier, too.
Murder in the Blue Room (1944) as Booking agent
Louisiana Hayride (1944) as Cab driver
In hopes of becoming a movie star, a country girl follows two con men to Hollywood.
What a Man! (1944) as Boyle
A timid office worker gets mixed up with the mob when he helps out a beautiful girl.
Marshal of Gunsmoke (1944) as Steward
Ward Bailey arrives to become the Marshal of the unincorporated and lawless town of Gunsmoke where the outlaws have prevented an honest election. He quickly locks up some of them including one seen committing murder. But their defense lawyer turns out to be his brother who gets them all acquitted.
Rosie, the Riveter (1944) as Photographer
Silent Partner (1944) as Policeman in car
Goodnight, Sweetheart (1944) as Reporter
South of Dixie (1944) as Clerk
U-Boat Prisoner (1944) as Rinelli
One Mysterious Night (1944) as Frank
A reformed thief helps the police recover an Egyptian diamond.
The Woman in the Window (1944) as Lalor's chauffeur
A seductive woman gets an innocent professor mixed up in murder.
The Merry Monahans (1944) as Poker player
Song of Nevada (1944) as Emcee
When John Barrabbee's plane makes an emergency landing, he wanders off and joins Roy's cattle drive. Later he learns he was killed when his plane resumed its flight and crashed. He also learns his daughter is going to sell his ranch and marry a man he dislikes. So he gives Roy a job on the ranch and sends him off to see if he can prevent both of these events while he remains in hiding.
Stars on Parade (1944) as Actor
Up in Arms (1944) as Ship's engineer
A hypochondriac''''s imagined illnesses aren''''t enough to keep him out of the military.
The Adventures of Mark Twain (1944) as
Twain moves from Mississippi riverboats to the Gold Rush to literary immortality.
Sing a Jingle (1944) as
Chip Off the Old Block (1944) as Elevator operator
Slightly Dangerous (1943) as Usher
A small-town girl changes her identity to make it in New York, leaving her boyfriend a suspect in her "disappearance."
They Got Me Covered (1943) as Photographer
An unemployed reporter tracks down a Nazi spy ring to get his job back.
No Time for Love (1943) as Photographer
A sophisticated reporter hires the construction worker she accidentally got fired.
Two Tickets to London (1943) as Seaman
The More the Merrier (1943) as Hotel clerk
The World War II housing shortage brings three people together for an unlikely romance.
Is Everybody Happy? (1943) as Player
Hers to Hold (1943) as Photographer
So's Your Uncle (1943) as Stagehand
The Pride of the Yankees (1943) as Tunnel of love barker
Baseball legend Lou Gehrig faces a crippling disease at the height of his success.
Flesh and Fantasy (1943) as Gunman
Two clubmen discuss the occult, introducing three weird tales: 1) Plain, bitter Henrietta secretly loves law student Michael. Then on Mardi Gras night, a mysterious stranger gives her a mask of beauty that she must return at midnight. 2) At a party, palmist Podgers makes uncannily accurate predictions, later telling skeptic Marshal Tyler that he will murder someone. The notion obsesses Tyler, with ironic consequences. 3) High wire artist Gaspar dreams of falling, then loses his nerve. He recognizes Joan from his dreams, and falls for her. Will any of his dreams, involving Joan and disaster, come true?
Swing Shift Maisie (1943) as Guard
A brassy showgirl signs on to help the war effort as a factory worker.
She Has What It Takes (1943) as Clerk
An aspiring actress pretends to be a beloved stage star''''s daughter.
Honeymoon Lodge (1943) as Waiter
Larceny with Music (1943) as Customer
In a desperate attempt to get a job for Ken Daniels (Allan Jones) and Alvino Rey (Himself) and his Orchestra (themselves), agent Mike Simms (William Frawley) plots to make Daniels a missing heir. Simms hires Austin J. Caldwell (Gus Schilling) to pose as an attorney and go to Gus Borelli (Leo Carrillo), owner of the swank Blue Room, asking if he has heard about Daniels' inheritance. Borelli, figuring he can cut in on the money, bright Daniels and Simms to the Blue Room just as Pamela Mason (Kitty Carlisle) is rehearsing some songs with Zybisco (Sig Arno) and his string quintet. Simms refuses to let Daniels sing with the quintet,saying he has already made arrangements with Alvino Rey to bring his orchestra and the King Sisters (Alyce, Donna, Louise and Yvonne King) into the Blue Room. This causes Pamela to lose her job and she is furious with Daniels, who tells her he will get her a job with the Rey orchestra. Later, she discovers the hoax tells Borelli, who sets out to kill Daniels and Simms. They, and the orchestra, manage to escape just as the Blue Room is filling with customers drawn by Borelli's heavy advertising of Daniel's debut. He sends Pamela to bring them back.
Corvette K-225 (1943) as Signalman
In 1943, 'Mac' MacClain, Canadian Navy, has lost his ship and many men to a German torpedo. While waiting for a new ship, he befriends Joyce Cartwright, sister of one of his dead officers. We follow the building and launch of new Corvette K-255, the 'Donnacola'. And who should be Mac's new subaltern but Joyce's other brother Paul, fresh out of the academy. Mac will do his best to make a good officer of Paul...if they both survive their hazardous sea duty.
Mission to Moscow (1943) as Newsreel photographer
True story of U.S. Ambassador Joseph E. Davies' attempts to forge a wartime alliance with the Soviet Union.
Hitler--Dead or Alive (1943) as Lou
Pilot #5 (1943) as Mechanic
While their buddy flies a suicide mission, World War II airmen recall the events that led him to this noble sacrifice.
Salute for Three (1943) as Sailor
Press agent Jimmy Gates (Marty May) gets an idea while watching a New York parade, for a returned war hero Sergeant Buzz McAllister (Macdonald Carey), with his chief client, singer Judy Ames (Betty Rhodes); Dona Drake (Dona Drake), leader of an all-girl orchestra; his photographer Foggy (Cliff Edwards), and his secretary Myrt (Minna Gombell). Jimmy, thinking Judy needs publicity in order to get a singing job on a radio program, thinks that a romance between her and the war hero would be just the ticket. Judy isn't too warm on the idea but agrees to go ahead for Jimmy's sake, with whom she thinks she is in love. She agrees to work on Buzz that night at the Manhattan Canteen, a converted night club where show business people entertain and wait on service men. Foggy is assigned to get pictures of Judy and Buzz together but fails through ineptness. Buzz escorts Judy home in a rainstorm and, while helping her out of the taxi, slips and falls into a deep puddle. Judy asks him to come in so she can dry his soaking-wet uniform on the kitchen stove. Foggy gains entrance to the apartment via the dumbwaiter and snaps a picture of Buzz in his underwear. The next morning Buzz tells Jimmy that he intends to marry Judy, which is going further than he had intended. He also decides he can't use the compromising - but innocent - photo for publicity purposes but does announce their - he thinks - publicity-only engagement. That clinches the deal for Judy to get a radio program called "The Girl I Left Behind." Buzz proposes to Judy, who realizes she loves Buzz and not Jimmy, and they, not knowing that Jimmy has announced their "engagement", decide to keep it a secret.
Redhead from Manhattan (1943) as Booker
Mystery Broadcast (1943) as Technician
Henry Aldrich Swings It (1943) as Scanlon
Complications arise when Henry, in love with the new music teacher, joins the band. He accidentally gets a Stradivarius that belongs to another man.
Pistol Packin' Mama (1943) as Photographer
Sahara (1943) as British soldier
An international platoon fights off Nazis in World War II Africa.
Mountain Rhythm (1943) as Gill
Get Going (1943) as Heavy
Truck Busters (1943) as Service station operator
An independent driver organizes other truckers to fight a corrupt executive.
False Faces (1943) as Police stenographer
Sleepy Lagoon (1943) as Sailor
O, My Darling Clementine (1943) as Photographer
Destroyer (1943) as Sailor
The crew of a torpedoed ship fights to take out an enemy sub.
Headin' for God's Country (1943) as Army radio operator
Air Raid Wardens (1943) as Johnson
A pair of bumblers stumble upon Nazi spies on the home front.
The Ghost Ship (1943) as Joe Snitz
A young innocent signs on with a ship whose captain is going mad.
Lady Bodyguard (1943) as Salesman
A.C.Baker (Anne Shirley), advertising executive for an insurance company, approaches test pilot Terry Moore (Eddie Albert) with a proposition that in return for using his picture and endorsement he will get a paid-for-a-year $1000 policy. High-risk Terry agrees. George MacAlister (Roger Pryor) fires his secretary, Miss Tracy (Mary Treen), just as she is typing up the policy and she, for spite, changes the amount from a thousand dollars to one million dollars. A.C. delivers the policy, without noticing the difference, to Terry at a party at the Frolics Club, a cheap joint wedged between a burlesque house and a flop house hotel. Three characters, an elderly hat-check "girl" known as Mother Hodges (Maude Eburne); Avery Jamieson (Raymond Walburn), a broken-down actor; and bartender Harry Gargan (Edward Brophy) are named beneficiaries. When the company discovers the error, A.C. is sent to get back the policy and, pending that, don't let Terry make any test flights.
Hit the Ice (1943) as Reporter
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.
True to Life (1943) as Radio man
A writer for a radio program needs some fresh ideas to juice up his show. For inspiration, he rents a room with a typical American family and begins to secretly write about their true life antics. The show becomes a big hit, but he begins to feel guilty about his charade when he falls in love with the family's pretty older daughter.
There's Something About a Soldier (1943) as Workman
Five officer candidates fight to prove their mettle during training.
Gentleman Jim (1942) as Usher
Fanciful biography of 19th-century boxing champion Jim Corbett.
Flight Lieutenant (1942) as
A disgraced pilot sets out to regain his son''''s respect.
Pittsburgh (1942) as Clerk
Charles 'Pittsburgh' Markham rides roughshod over his friends, his lovers, and his ideals in his trek toward financial success in the Pittsburgh steel industry, only to find himself deserted and lonely at the top. When his crash comes, he finds that fate has dealt him a second chance.
Born to Sing (1942) as Taxi driver
Fledgling entertainers put on a show for Uncle Sam.
The Talk of the Town (1942) as Cameraman
An escaped political prisoner and a stuffy law professor vie for the hand of a spirited schoolteacher.
Wings for the Eagle (1942) as Customer
Dedicated aircraft workers compete for the same girl.
Lady in a Jam (1942) as Auctioneer's clerk
Juke Girl (1942) as
A migrant laborer becomes a champion of farm workers'' rights.
Strictly in the Groove (1942) as Desk clerk
The Old Homestead (1942) as Pool player
Saboteur (1942) as Pat's taxi driver
A young man accused of sabotage goes on the lam to prove his innocence.
Four Jacks and a Jill (1942) as Usher
A nightclub band''''s new singer becomes the center of a romantic mix-up.
My Sister Eileen (1942) as Passenger
Two sisters - one smart, one pretty - move to New York to build careers.
Who Done It? (1942) as Usher
Two would-be radio mystery writers find themselves in a real life murder mystery.
You're Telling Me (1942) as Reporter
Other than the title, this film has no connection at all to the 1934 W.C. Fields film of the same title even though some sources give the plot of the Fields' film as the plot of this film. Hubert Abercrombie Gumm (Hugh Herbert), a flighty, eccentric screwball (what else)acquires a job as an executive at a radio station at the insistence of his only-slightly less eccentric aunt Fannie Handley (Esther Dale), who is married to one of the company owners, Ernest Truex. After mixing up the script pages to the various radio programs, Hubert sets out to get the name of a returning explorer on a contract for the radio station.
My Favorite Blonde (1942) as Mechanic
A vaudevillian gets mixed up with a beautiful blonde spy.
Hello Annapolis (1942) as Reporter
There's One Born Every Minute (1942) as
The advertising slogans of Jimmy Hanagan (Tom Brown) and the lab reports reveal that the patented prepared pudding invented by Lemuel P. Twine (Hugh Herbert) has a treasure of Vitamin Z and is full of Zumph. Lemuel's daughter, Helen (Peggy Moran) is in love with Jimmy but her mother wants her to marry Lester Cadwalader, Jr. (Scott Jordan), son of Cadwalader, Sr.(Guy Kibbee), political boss of the city and mentor and whip of the present mayor, Moe Carson (Edgar Kennedy). Cadwalader is backing Twine for mayor even though he knows he can't win, as he wants to keep a stronger candidate out of the running. But after the discovery of Zumph in Twine's pudding, Cadwalader realizes that Twine will win the election. He has Twine's pudding branded as a fake and Twine as a fraud. But Lemuel comes from a long line of fighting Twines and, as he dozes, his ancestors appear before him telling him to fight to the end.
Shepherd of the Ozarks (1942) as Soldier
Don't Get Personal (1942) as Guide
X Marks the Spot (1942) as Intern
The Glass Key (1942) as Reporter
A hired gun and his gangster boss fall out over a woman.
Cadets on Parade (1942) as Photographer
Austin Shannon (Freddie Bartholomew), after showing cowardice in sports and unable to adjust to student life, decides he is a misfit at military school and runs away. He meets newsboy Joe Novak (Jimmy Lydon)and they become friends. A $1000 reward is posted for Freddie's return but Joe doesn't take advantage of it. Joe desires an education so Austin tutors him, while Joe teaches Austin how to box, play baseball and football...without flinching (no small task indeed when working with a Freddie Bartholomew character.)
Escape from Crime (1942) as Taxi driver
An ex-con becomes a daredevil photojournalist.
Fingers at the Window (1942) as Reporter
A magician uses hypnosis to create an army of murderers.
Priorities on Parade (1942) as Stage manager
Lucky Legs (1942) as Reporter
Sabotage Squad (1942) as Bettor
Butch Minds the Baby (1942) as Bookie
Madame Spy (1942) as Attendant
The Mayor of 44th Street (1942) as Photographer
A dance-band manager has to cope with hooligans trying to get into the act.
I Married a Witch (1942) as Radio voice
A 300-year-old witch wreaks havoc when she falls in love with a young politician.
Seven Days' Leave (1942) as Announcer
A serviceman has one week to wed an heiress and inherit $100,000.
Stand by All Networks (1942) as Radio announcer
A radio reporter sets out to track down and expose Nazi agents.
The Mexican Spitfire's Baby (1941) as Reporter
An advertising executive and his temperamental life adopt a war orphan who turns out to be a beautiful woman.
The People vs. Dr. Kildare (1941) as Sailor
An ice skater sues a young doctor for malpractice.
The Face Behind the Mask (1941) as
When a fire leaves him hideously scarred, an immigrant turns to crime.
H. M. Pulham, Esq. (1941) as Soda jerk
A stuffy businessman livens things up by having a fling.
They Dare Not Love (1941) as Photographer
New York Town (1941) as Clerk
You're in the Army Now (1941) as
Two incompetent door-to-door salesmen enlist by accident.
Maisie Was a Lady (1941) as Taxi driver
A Brooklyn showgirl signs on as maid for a family of wealthy eccentrics.
Meet John Doe (1941) as Photographer
A reporter's fraudulent story turns a tramp into a national hero and makes him a pawn of big business.
The Stork Pays Off (1941) as Reporter
Gangster Deak Foster (Victory Jory) and his three henchmen, Brains Moran (Maxie Rosenbloom), Ears-to-the-Ground Hinkle (Horace MacMahon) and Photofinish Farris (George McKay), take over what they think is a night club run by a rival, Stud Rocco (Ralf Harold), only to discover it is a nursery run by Irene Perry (Rochelle Hudson). All fall under the benign influence to the point where the three henchmen go to night school to be educated and Deak falls in love with Julie.
The Deadly Game (1941) as
Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941) as Elevator boy
A quarrelsome couple discovers their marriage isn''t legal.
Swing It Soldier (1941) as Captain of pages
Dark Streets of Cairo (1941) as Photographer
Man Made Monster (1941) as Reporter
The Man Who Lost Himself (1941) as Bell captain
John Evans encounters his lookalike, Malcolm Scott. When Scott is killed in an accident, Evans finds himself mistaken for Scott and decides to do some good in his new role.
Wildcat Bus (1940) as Parking lot attendant
A broke playboy signs on to help a young beauty save her ailing bus line.
The Man Who Talked Too Much (1940) as Juryman
A defense lawyer sets out to topple a powerful gangster.
Flight Angels (1940) as Mechanic
Airline stewardesses vie for the love of a dashing pilot.
Ski Patrol (1940) as Russian soldier
Danger on Wheels (1940) as Joe
The Lone Wolf Strikes (1940) as
A reformed jewel thief helps an heiress retrieve a stolen necklace.
Girls Under 21 (1940) as
The Golden Fleecing (1940) as Elevator boy
A mild-mannered insurance salesman gets mixed up with gangsters.
Slightly Tempted (1940) as Bank teller
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.
Two Girls on Broadway (1940) as Messenger boy
A sister act splits up over love.
Death of a Champion (1939) as Photographer
For Love or Money (1939) as Elevator boy
Society Lawyer (1939) as Reporter
A lawyer plays with fire when he gets mixed up with underworld types.
The Adventures of Jane Arden (1939) as Crapshooter
A reporter poses as a jewel smuggler to unmask a criminal gang.
One Hour to Live (1939) as Cab driver
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) as Reporter
An idealistic Senate replacement takes on political corruption.
Hell's Kitchen (1939) as Henchman
An ex-con tries to help a group of hardened juvenile delinquents.
Pirates of the Skies (1939) as Curtis
Call a Messenger (1939) as Paymaster
A tough street kid attempts to rob a post office and is caught. In order to avoid reform school, he takes a job as a messenger with the post office. He finds that he likes it, and when his brother is released from prison, attempts to help his brother go straight. However, the two of them get mixed up with a local gangster, who has plans to start robbing post office branches and using the messenger and his brother to do it.
Blackwell's Island (1939) as Inmate
A reporter gets himself sent to prison to expose a mobster.
Hero for a Day (1939) as Second reporter
Nancy Drew... Reporter (1939) as
A teen-aged sleuth sets out to prove a young girl innocent of murder charges.
You Can't Cheat an Honest Man (1939) as Ticket seller
A circus manager tries to break up his daughter''''s romance with a ventriloquist.
Another Thin Man (1939) as Driver
Not even the joys of parenthood can stop married sleuths Nick and Nora Charles from investigating a murder on a Long Island estate.
Women in the Wind (1939) as Mechanic
Personal conflicts flare between competitors in a women's air race.
I Stole a Million (1939) as Reporter
Wings of the Navy (1939) as Mechanic
Pilot brothers vie for the same woman.
Those High Grey Walls (1939) as Convict
When Tomorrow Comes (1939) as Bus boy
The Forgotten Woman (1939) as Reporter
My Son Is Guilty (1939) as
Tim Kerry, a cop on the beat in Hell's Kitchen, welcomes his grown son Ritzy home after a two-year prison term. Ritzy's former friends and his ex-girl Julia join with Tim in hoping he'll go straight. But local gang leader Claire Morelli (the former boss's widow) knows of Ritzy's talents from other ex-cons, and makes him an offer hard to refuse. A chain of double-crosses seems to make tragedy inevitable...
Laugh It Off (1939) as Reporter
They Asked for It (1939) as Reporter
Daughters Courageous (1939) as Tim
A father returns to the family he left years earlier and tries to solve their problems.
Reckless Living (1938) as Ticket seller
Sweethearts (1938) as Reporter
Bickering husband-and-wife stage stars are manipulated into a break-up for publicity purposes.
Over the Wall (1938) as Convict
A prison chaplain tries to help a man framed for murder prove his innocence.
The Storm (1938) as Operator
Personal Secretary (1938) as Customer
The Little Adventuress (1938) as Tout
Wives Under Suspicion (1938) as Reporter
A D.A.''''s personal life mirrors the love-triangle murder he''''s prosecuting.
The Crowd Roars (1938) as Reporter
A fighter''''s hard-drinking father gets his son mixed up with the underworld.
Sinners in Paradise (1938) as Reporter
A seaplane departs for China. On board are a nurse escaping a loveless marriage to do work with refugees, a woman hoping to surprise her estranged son, a wealthy heiress trying to distance herself from labor troubles, an oily politician, a moll and a mobster fleeing the wrath of the gangs they've double-crossed, two rival munitions salesmen out to cash in on the misery of war, and a fresh-faced young steward. Caught in a course-altering storm, a crash-landing destroys the plane, kills the plane's officers, and tosses the surviving passengers into the sea. They are washed ashore on an isolated island inhabited solely by mysteriously reclusive Mr. Taylor and his servant, Ping. Until Taylor decides if, how and when he will allow them to take his boat back to China for help, this disparate band must work together, change their self-centered ways, and examine their motives for wanting to escape from the island and their pasts.
Midnight Intruder (1938) as Messenger
The Jury's Secret (1938) as Juror
Bill Sheldon (Larry J. Blake as Larry Blake) has a grudge against Midland City newspaper publisher Brandon Williams (Samuel S. Hinds) as Sheldon blames the city's recent flood against Williams for using his power and influence to hold up government flood control money. When Williams is found murdered, Sheldon is charged with the crime that was actually committed by Walter Russell (Kent Taylor), the paper's rebel editorial writer. Ney York reporter Linda Ware (Fay Wray) arrives to cover the story and finds that Russell, her old sweetheart, is on the jury hearing Sheldon's trial. She also discovers that he is the killer. Russell forces an acquittal and, before another trial can be held, realizes that his conscience will not permit him to let Sheldon be tried again.
Racket Busters (1938) as Gas station attendant
A mobster tries to take over the trucking business.
Cocoanut Grove (1938) as Father
Bringing Up Baby (1938) as Delivery man
A madcap heiress upsets the staid existence of a straitlaced scientist.
The Main Event (1938) as Ticket seller
Nurse from Brooklyn (1938) as Cab driver
The Devil's Party (1938) as Cab driver
Submarine D-1 (1937) as Bluejacket at Panama
Recruits on a new submarine fall for the same girl.
The Last Gangster (1937) as Photographer
When a notorious gangster gets out of prison, he vows revenge on the wife who left him.
The Devil Is Driving (1937) as Reporter
She's Dangerous (1937) as Reporter
Alcatraz Island (1937) as
A prison inmate is framed for killing a con who once tried to kidnap his daughter.
It Can't Last Forever (1937) as Reporter
Wells Fargo (1937) as Clerk
An employee of an express shipping service helps to provide people with the supplies they need.
Rhythm in the Clouds (1937) as Rewrite man
When Love Is Young (1937) as Drunk man
Speed to Spare (1937) as Ralph Bennett
This Way Please (1937) as Soldier
The Last Train from Madrid (1937) as Militiaman
The story of seven people: their lives and love affairs in Madrid during the Civil War.
A Girl with Ideas (1937) as Reporter
Stage Door (1937) as
Women at a theatrical boarding house try to make their big break happen.
The Girl on the Front Page (1936) as Reporter
Below the Deadline (1936) as Spike
Easy to Take (1936) as Reporter
Devil's Squadron (1936) as Reporter
Air Hawks (1935) as Pilot
Two competing air services battle each other while a mysterious death ray threatens the security of the world.
Dr. Socrates (1935) as Photographer
A small-town doctor gets mixed up with gangsters.
She Couldn't Take It (1935) as Reporter
She Married Her Boss (1935) as Assistant window dresser
A secretary who handles the boss' business perfectly marries him and tackles his home life.
Love Me Forever (1935) as
A mob figure helps launch a singer's career only to lose her to a younger man.
Manhattan Moon (1935) as News photographer
Skybound (1935) as Patrol flyer
The Case of the Missing Man (1935) as Reporter
Blondes by Choice (1927) as Jones, the valet
Wild Geese (1927) as Skuli
Bluff (1924) as Dr. Steve Curtiss
Wild Bill Hickok (1923) as Bat Masterson
To the Ladies (1923) as Bob Cutter, a salesman
Wonders of the Sea (1923) as The Diver
Hollywood (1923) as
Angela comes to Hollywood with only two things: Her dream to become a movie star, and Grandpa. She leaves an Aunt, a brother, Grandma, and her longtime boyfriend back in Centerville. Despite seeing major movie stars around every corner, and knocking on every casting office door in town, at the end of her first day she is still unemployed. To her horror, when she arrives back at their hotel, she finds that Grandpa has been cast in a movie by William DeMille and quickly becomes a star during the ensuing weeks. Her family, worried that Angela and Grandpa are getting into trouble, come to Hollywood to drag them back home. In short order Aunt, Grandma, brother, boyfriend and even the parrot become superstars, but Angela is still unemployed...
Youth to Youth (1922) as Maurice Gibbon
The Night Workers (1917) as Clyde Manning
Gift O' Gab (1917) as Tom Bain
The Land of Long Shadows (1917) as Joe Mauchin
The Range Boss (1917) as Rex Randerson
Men of the Desert (1917) as Jack
Open Places (1917) as Constable Calhoun

Editing (feature film)

Deadlier Than the Male (1967) as Film Editor
In the Doghouse (1964) as 1st asst ed
Billy Liar (1963) as 1st asst ed
An emotionally stunted clerk retreats into his fantasies.
Scarlet Seas (1929) as Film Editor

Art Department (feature film)

American Splendor (2003) as Swing gang
Harvey Pekar is file clerk at the local VA hospital. His interactions with his co-workers offer some relief from the monotony, and their discussions encompass everything from music to the decline of American culture to new flavors of jellybeans and life itself. At home, Harvey fills his days with re

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Body and Soul (1931) as Casting dir
Andress, Watson and Johnson are with a Royal Air Force squadron in France. When Watson is killed in combat, Andrews tries to return the letters Watson received from a girl called "Pom-Pom." There are two possibilities: one is Watson's widow, the other is a German spy.

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