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Director (feature film)

Ride a Crooked Trail (1958) as Dialogue Director
An outlaw is mistaken for a U.S. marshal while planning a bank robbery.
Raw Edge (1956) as Dialogue Director
In the lawless Oregon country of 1842, local magnate Gerald Montgomery decrees that any unattached woman belongs to the first taker. Dan Kirby is lynched, starting a stampede to claim his half-Indian wife Paca. Trouble starts with the local tribe, but worse is in store when Dan's tough brother Tex rides in. The zeal of Montgomery's men to protect him from Tex is tempered by their lust for Hannah, who'd be his widow.
The Spoilers (1956) as Dialogue Director
Walk the Proud Land (1956) as Dialogue Director
A government agent tries to treat the Apaches with respect.
Ride Clear of Diablo (1954) as Dialogue Director
Rails into Laramie (1954) as Dialogue Director
The Yellow Mountain (1954) as Dialogue Director
The Stand at Apache River (1953) as Dialogue Director
Sheriff Lane Dakota captures robbery-murder suspect Greiner just as the latter is wounded in an Apache ambush. At remote outpost Apache River, Lane and his prisoner spend the night with other travelers, including 2 women with a surprising number of fancy dresses. In the morning, who should appear but a band of ostensibly peaceful Apaches strayed from the reservation. And bigoted Colonel Morsby is strongly inclined to shoot first and ask questions afterward...
Blonde Alibi (1946) as Dialogue Director

Cast (feature film)

Shoreline, The (1984) as Tom
Jabberwocky (1977) as 3rd Peasant
After the death of his father the young cooper 'Dennis Cooper' goes to town where he has to pass several adventures. The town and the whole kingdom is threatened by a terrible monster called 'Jabberwocky'. Will Dennis make his fortune? Is anyone brave enough to defeat the monster? A medieval tale with Pythonesque humour.
All Creatures Great And Small (1975) as Dinsdale'S Uncle
A gentle, episodic account of author Herriot's apprenticeship in the mid-1930s to an eccentric rural English veterinarian and his awkward courtship of a farmer's daughter. The film was tested briefly after its TV premiere in theatrical release in the U.S. following a semi-successful New York engagem
Boy Who Cried Werewolf, The (1973)
Little Richie Bridgestone (whose parents are divorced) goes to spend the weekend with his father at his secluded mountain cabin, and witnesses his father being attacked by 'a creature' that the boy recognizes as a werewolf. He spends the rest of the film trying to convince his mother, and his therapist that his father is now a werewolf.
The Bushbaby (1970) as Steward
A lost girl undertakes a perilous trip across Africa.
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969) as Burglar
Baron Frankenstein blackmails a brother and sister into helping him with a brain transplant.
Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River (1968) as Six-Eyes Wiener
An American's get-rich-quick schemes almost drive his British wife to divorce.
Never Back Losers (1967) as Floyd
Wally Sanders, a horseracing jockey, loses a race and crashes his car to claim an insurance. Jim Matthews, a shrewd and energetic insurance investgator, follows up the company's suspicion of foul play and stumbles deep into a web of corruption concering fixed horse races.
The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1965) as Fred
An unearthed mummy returns to life to claim the reincarnation of his lost love.
Operation Snafu (1965) as Corporal Reeves
An unlicensed street peddler brings his conniving ways to the military.
Die, Monster, Die! (1965) as Cab driver [see note]
On a trip to meet his girlfriend's family, a young man uncovers deadly secrets.
Move Over, Darling (1963) as Bailiff
Five years after a woman disappeared in the sea after a plane crash, her husband remarries and sets off to be with the new wife only to be confronted by the woman he had pronounced legally dead.
The Traitors (1963) as Edwards
Desert Patrol (1962) as 1st road watch
A dramatic World War II action adventure about an elite company of soldiers that holds the key to the last great battle of the African offensive. They were known as the Long Range Desert Group, a small band of British commandos with a deadly mission, who find Rommel's fuel supply and blow it up. Sir
The Phantom of the Opera (1962) as Bill
Retelling of the story of a new opera disrupted by the actions of a deformed specter of the show''s past who has an obsession with a chorus girl.
Nearly a Nasty Accident (1962) as Aircraft mechanic
Portrait in Black (1960) as Patrolman
A woman and her lover kill her husband and are targeted by someone who knows of their crime.
Spartacus (1960) as Slave
The rebellious Thracian Spartacus, born and raised a slave, is sold to Gladiator trainer Batiatus. After weeks of being trained to kill for the arena, Spartacus turns on his owners and leads the other slaves in rebellion. As the rebels move from town to town, their numbers swell as escaped slaves join their ranks. Under the leadership of Spartacus, they make their way to southern Italy, where they will cross the sea and return to their homes. Meanwhile, in Rome, the slave revolt has become a deciding factor in the power struggle between two senators: the republican Gracchus and the militarist Crassus, each of whom sees the fortunes of the rebellion as the key to his own rise to power or humiliating defeat. As the two statesmen attempt to aid, hinder and manipulate the rebels for their own benefit, Spartacus and his followers press on toward freedom.
It Started with a Kiss (1959) as Guard
After a whirlwind courtship, an Army officer and his wacky wife try to make their marriage work.
The Mummy (1959) as Pat
A resurrected mummy stalks the archaeologists who defiled his tomb.
No Name on the Bullet (1959) as Chief teller
The arrival of a hired gun stirs up suspicions in a small town.
All at Sea (1958) as Duckworth
When he''''s stricken with seasickness, the last of a family of sailors takes charge of a decaying amusement pier.
Law and Disorder (1958) as Blacky
The Square Peg (1958)
Two working stiffs are drafted and sent to WWII France to repair roads for the Allied advance.
Step Down to Terror (1958) as Man with dog
Pursued by detectives, Johnny Walters leaves the city to visit his family in a small California town. Among the household: his dead brother's luscious widow Helen, who soon is attracted to him. Ominous events and conflicting evidence leave Helen suspicious, but uncertain about her brother-in-law as tension builds...
The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) as Baker
The Japanese Army forces World War II POWs to build a strategic bridge in Burma.
Sea Wife (1957) as Daily Telegraph clerk
In 1942, a cargo ship jammed with British evacuees from Singapore is sunk by a Japanese sub. A small lifeboat carries a beautiful woman, an army officer, a bigoted administrator, and a black seaman. Only the seaman knows the woman is a nun. The men reveal their true selves under the hardships of survival. Told in a too-long flashback frame.
The Prince and the Showgirl (1957) as Call boy
An American showgirl in London creates an international incident when she falls for a European prince.
Night Passage (1957) as Pick Gannon
A disgraced railroad employee tries to prove himself by guarding the company''''s payroll against outlaws.
Joe Butterfly (1957) as Colonel Hopper
The staff of "Yank" magazine are among the first American troops into Tokyo after the Japanese surrender. Their mission: produce an issue of the three days. To accomplish the seeming impossible, they reluctantly enlist the aid of black marketeer and arch-conniver Joe Butterfly, who sets them up in a palatial private mansion, complete with lovely daughter -- strictly against regulations. How much trouble can our heroes talk their way out of?
Wicked Wife (1956) as Barman
The Ship That Died Of Shame (1956) as 2nd Customs Officer
World War II veterans buy the ship they once served on and turn it into a smuggling boat.
Showdown at Abilene (1956) as Cattleman
Zarak (1956) as Sergt. Higgins
A notorious bandit develops a grudging respect for the English military man assigned to capture him.
Walk the Proud Land (1956) as Telegrapher
A government agent tries to treat the Apaches with respect.
The Last Man to Hang (1956) as Cheed
A man is put on trial for the alleged murder of his wife.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955) as Cameraman
Harry and Willie buy the Edison Movie Studio in the year 1912 from Joseph Gorman, a confidence man. They follow Gorman to Hollywood where, as stunt men, they find him directing movies as Sergei Trumanoff and stealing the studio payroll.
The Dam Busters (1955) as Crosby
British flyers try to cripple the Nazis by taking out their dams.
Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki (1955) as Dr. Barnes
Ma and Pa, along with daughter Rosie, go off to Hawaii in answer to cousin Rodney's call for help running his pineapple farm while he recovers from an illness. Pa soon causes a major explosion and gets himself kidnapped.
The Deep Blue Sea (1955) as Singer in Three Tuns pub
A woman is unhappy in her marriage to a boring, stiff judge, so she takes up with a wild-living RAF pilot, who ends up being more than she can handle.
The Ladykillers (1955) as Parcels Clerk
An eccentric bandit gang moves into a little old lady's boardinghouse to plot a major heist.
Man with a Million (1954) as
On a bet, a man tries to see how much he can get without breaking a million-pound bank note.
Ride Clear of Diablo (1954) as Bartender
One Good Turn (1954)
Norman is the oldest orphan at Greenwood Children's Home and now acts as their caretaker. All the orphans are very happy and well cared for. The adventures start when a nasty property developer (boo hiss) who is also the chairman of the orphanage board wants to close the orphanage and build a factory on the site. The children are sent to Brighton for the day and Norman is very excited because he's "Never seen the Sea". When they get back they discover the plan to close the orphanage and have to decide what to do.
Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation (1953) as Harriman
The Kettles are in Paris along with their daughter-in-law's parents the Parkers. Pa tries to buy racy postcards. He also gets in big trouble when he is given a letter to deliver to Adolph Wade, a spy who gets killed by spies Inez and Cyrus Kraft.
The Redhead from Wyoming (1953) as Henchman
In Wyoming Territory, a range war is brewing between entrenched cattle barons and new settlers. Cattle king Reece Duncan is opposed by ambitious gambler Jim Averell, who imports his old flame, shapely saloon queen Kate Maxwell, and sets her up as an alternative cattle buyer. As matters build toward violence, Kate finds she's being taken advantage of. But her only potential ally in staving off carnage is seemingly mild-mannered sheriff Stan Blaine...who distrusts her.
Calamity Jane (1953) as Player
The Wild West heroine helps bring a star attraction to Deadwood and finds love.
Abbott and Costello Go to Mars (1953) as Dr. Coleman
Lester and Orville accidentally launch a rocket which is supposed to fly to Mars. Instead it goes to New Orleans for Mardi Gras. They are then forced by bank robber Mugsy and his pal Harry to fly to Venus where they find a civilization made up entirely of women, men having been banished.
Angels One Five (1952) as Station Personnel
'Septic' Baird has just joined a front line RAF squadron at the height of the Battle of Britain. This is the story of "The Few" and how they managed to fight off the might of the Luftwaffe despite overwhelming German air power.
Here Come the Nelsons (1952) as
The entire Nelson family become embroiled in confusion by the misunderstandings caused when Ozzie invites the attractive grown-up sister of a school chum to stay with the family during a centennial celebration in the community of Hillsdale. Meanwhile, Harriet unknowingly duplicates Ozzie's hospitali
Cattle Drive (1951) as Waiter
The son of a wealthy railroad owner gets lost in the middle of nowhere.
Double Dynamite (1951) as Lieutenant
A bank teller reaps the rewards of saving a gangster's life, but can't reveal where he got the money.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951) as Bartender
Two bumbling private eyes turn a boxer invisible to save him from being framed for murder.
Comin' Round the Mountain (1951) as Mountaineer
The Kid from Texas (1950) as Matt Curtis
Billy the Kid (Murphy) becomes embroiled in Lincoln County, NM, land wars. When rancher who gave him a break is killed by rival henchman, Billy vows revenge. New employer takes advantage of his naivete to kill rivals, lets the Kid take rap. Kid takes to the hills with friends until caught. Escapes hanging but remains in area to be near employer's young wife (Storm) with whom he's infatuated. Falls into trap by Pat Garrett and is shot down while gazing at woman thru window.
Wyoming Mail (1950) as Cowboy
In 1869, the United States begins a railroad mail service to the West Coast which proves highly tempting to train robbers, in particular an organized gang with one of the mail's supposed guardians in their pay. Prizefighter Steve Davis, a former army intelligence man, is hired to track down the gang and save the Territorial Mail Service. Steve goes undercover in territorial prison, leans Morse Code from a fellow prisoner, breaks jail, infiltrates the gang...and finds time to romance dance-hall singer Mary, who proves to have hidden depths...
The Vanishing Westerner (1950) as Howard Glumm, the undertaker
The Great Rupert (1950) as FBI man
A squirrel becomes the guardian angel for an impoverished family.
Bad Boy (1949) as Gambler
A lawman tries to find the source of a juvenile delinquent's bad behavior.
The Lady Gambles (1949) as Westerner
When Joan Boothe accompanies husband-reporter David to Las Vegas, she begins gambling to pass the time while he is doing a story. Encouraged by the casino manager, she gets hooked on gambling, to the point where she "borrows" David's expense money to pursue her addiction. This finally breaks up their marriage, but David continues trying to help her.
The Wyoming Bandit (1949) as Sheriff
Deputy Marshal Rocky Lane is sent to Dry Wells to bring in Wyoming Dan. He arrives just after a robbery where a man has been killed. He then finds Wyoming only to learn that the murdered man was Wyoming's son. Instead of bringing him in, the two join up and go after the killer.
Family Honeymoon (1949) as Guide
Grant Jordan, bachelor botany professor, marries Katie, a widow with three kids, despite the machinations of Grant's former girlfriend Minna. But on the wedding day, Aunt Jo, who was to babysit, breaks a leg; so the kids come along on the honeymoon. After misadventures en route, they make it to the Grand Canyon, only to find Minna there, still scheming.
Law of the Golden West (1949) as Gibson
Tokyo Joe (1949) as Major Loomis
An American in post-war Japan gets caught up in the black market.
Kiss the Blood Off My Hands (1948) as Whipper
Bill Saunders, disturbed ex-soldier, kills a man in a postwar London pub brawl. Fleeing, he hides out in the apartment of lonely nurse Jane Wharton. Later, despite misgivings about his violent nature, Jane becomes involved with Bill, who resolves to reform. She gets him a job driving a medical supplies truck. But racketeer Harry Carter, who witnessed the killing, wants to use Bill's talents for crime.
Here Comes Trouble (1948) as Sleepy reporter
A newspaper publisher and his ace reporter try to solve the murder of a blackmailing stripper.
Carson City Raiders (1948) as Dave Starkey
Frazier is out to stop Nugget's freight line. He has Starky impersonate the notorious outlaw Fargo Jack. But Rocky quickly realizes that the new Sheriff Tom was the real Fargo Jack and he sets out to trap the gang.
Up in Central Park (1948) as Spencer
The Bold Frontiersman (1948) as Cowboy
Smiling Jim is after the money Adam Post is collecting for a new reservoir. After Rocky breaks up his gang's attempted robbery. Jim steals the money himself, kills Harris, and gets the father and son to each believe the other did the killing. With Don confessing and scheduled to be hung, Rocky has a plan to trap Smiling Jim.
River Lady (1948) as Larson
In spring 18__, the loggers arrive at a mill town on the upper Mississippi drainage; the gambling riverboat is there to meet them, with river queen Sequin who loves logger Dan Corrigan. Sharp businessman Beauvais also wants Sequin, as well as all the sawmill business. To keep Dan near her, Sequin manipulates him into managing the local Morrison Mill; but then Morrison's daughter Stephanie sets her cap at Dan...
Ride the Pink Horse (1947) as Red
A con man tries to blackmail a Mexican gangster.
Slave Girl (1947) as American
The Runaround (1946) as Lund
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?
Don't Gamble with Strangers (1946) as John Sanders
Lover Come Back (1946) as Reporter
Kay Williams, an executive with Styles, Inc., is true to her absent husband Bill despite much harassment for dates from co-workers. But when Bill finally returns from Europe, it becomes increasingly evident to Kay that he has been a world- class philanderer. Still loving him, Kay decides to take gentle revenge by making him think she does likewise. Ensuing comic events ridicule the double standard at every opportunity.
Frontier Gal (1945) as Bailiff
She Gets Her Man (1945) as Companion
That Night with You (1945) as Robertson
He Hired the Boss (1943) as Hank
Hubert Wilkins (Stuart Erwin), a bookkeeper for Mr. Bates (Thurston Hall) by day and an air raid warden by night, patrols the district where his boss' warehouse is located, and finds two employees removing raw silk stocks. They say they are working under Bates' orders and brush him off. Hubert wants to marry Emily Conway (Elelyn Venable), company secretary, but can't see how he can afford it since he has loaned a salesman, Fuller (Chick Chandler), $400 with deeds to four lots as security. Don Bates (William T. Orr), son of the boss, is engaged to Emily's sister Sally (Vivian Blaine) though his father disapproves. He and Emily encourage Sally and Don to elope. Hubert, a little tipsy, buys two more lots from Fuller and goes to Bates' home and asks for a raise. He is fired and, the next morning, Emily also for helping Don to elope. Hubert discovers that the lots he bought are worth $100,000 and, unknown to Bates, buys the company. While on warden duty that night, he discovers that the two employees he previously saw taking silk from the warehouse are actually stealing it.
Quiet Please Murder (1943) as Stover
About Face (1942) as Captain Caldwell
Two army sergeants wreak havoc on leave.
Hay Foot (1942) as Lieut. Caldwell
An Army colonel mistakenly thinks his assistant is a crack shot.
Cadet Girl (1941) as Sergeant
West Point cadet Tex Mallory falls in love with Gene Baxter, a girl who sings with his brother's band. Even though it will mean his leaving the Academy, they decide to marry. But when brother Bob writes a patriotic ballad, Tex knows service to country must come before marriage.
Sleepers West (1941) as Passenger
Detective Shayne is on a train headed for San Francisco with a surprise witness (Hughes) whom many on board would like to keep from testifying at a murder trial.
Michael Shayne, Private Detective (1941) as Reporter
The Irish-American detective Shayne is hired by a racetrack bigwig (Kolb) to guard his compulsive gambler daughter (Weaver). When her boyfriend is murdered, Shayne gets blamed.
The Cowboy and the Blonde (1941) as Cameraman
Rodeo rider Lank tries his hand at movie making. Spoiled established star Crystal throws tantrums, but after the rodeo she's easy for Lank to handle. It's the "Taming of the Shrew" Hollywood style.
Tanks a Million (1941) as Lt. Caldwell
A military man promoted to sergeant because of his photographic memory fights to prove his worth.
Great Guns (1941) as Captain
Accent on Love (1941) as Policeman
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) as Captain Williams
A Broadway dancing team splits up when the male dancer is drafted.
Forced Landing (1941) as Petchnikoff
Buck Privates (1941) as Sergeant
Two small-time con artists enlist in the Army to avoid the police.
City of Chance (1940) as Dealer
Shooting High (1940) as Gangster
Jane Pritchard (Jane Withers) sides with the Carsons in a generations-old feud which her family wages with the descendents of Wild Bill Carson, first United States Marshal of Carson Corners. Will Carson (Gene Autry) insists that a Pritchard killed his grandfather when the Marshal came into town on a marauding expedition led by The Hawk. Will maintains his grandfather had joined the gang to trap the leaders and a trigger-happy Pritchard had kept him from doing so. A crew from Signet Pictures comes to town to film the story of Wild Bill's life. Will is in love with Jane's sister, Marjorie (Marjorie Weaver)but her banker-father opposes the match. Will and Marjorie argue, and she becomes infatuated with Bob Merritt (Robert Lowery), who is to co-star in the film with Evelyn Trent (Kay Aldridge, billed as usual at TCF as Katharine Aldridge.) Jane and Sheriff Clem Perkle (Hobart Cavanaugh) get rid of Merritt by telling him the townspeople are going to ride him out of town on a rail. Movie director J. Wallace Rutledge (Hamilton McFadden)agrees to let Will play the role of his grandfather. On the day a bank robbery scene is to be filmed at Pritchard's bank, four supposed actors who have joined the troupe turn out to be bank robbers for real. The townspeople, seeing Will chasing after the robbers, assume he was part of the gang and has reverted to what they consider the character trait of the Carson family.
Charlie Chan in Panama (1940) as Military police
Charlie impersonates an employee of the U.S. government to foil an espionage plot which would destroy part of the Panama Canal, trapping a Navy fleet on its way to the Pacific after maneuvers in the Atlantic.
Viva Cisco Kid (1940) as [Hank] Gunther
The Cisco Kid (Cesar Romero) tells his pal Gordito (Chris-Pin Martin) that "From now on, Amigo, I am through with women" and then a few minutes later, after rescuing Joan Allen (Jean Rogers) from an attempted stage holdup, tells her "...but you, senorita, you are different!" and therein lies the short summary of all of the films in the 20th Century-Fox Cisco Kid series. The padded plot, so exhibitors could tell the entries apart, finds Towash, Texas saloon owner Hank Gunther (Harold Goodwin) plotting with Jesse Allen (Minor Watson), Joan's father, to rob the money missed on the aborted stage holdup from the express company safe rather than report empty-handed to the "Boss"(Stanley Fields). Allen robs the express office, but is seen by Moses (Nigel de Brulier), an old hermit, who tells the boys in the saloon that he doesn't know the robber's name but recognized him as the man he had seen that day with Joan. The latter has convinced her father to return the money and they will go to Arizona. Cisco, also seen that day with Joan, gets blamed for the robbery as Gunther has killed ol' Mose who is no longer around to identify Cisco as not being the robber, and Joan is not willing to implicate her father. It is beginning to look like Cisco is indeed through with women, albeit on an involuntary basis.
Texas Rangers Ride Again (1940) as Comstock
The Blue Bird (1940) as Hickory tree
A woodchopper''s children go off in search of the bluebird of happiness.
High School (1940) as Gangster
Ragtime Cowboy Joe (1940) as Duncan
When Sam Osborne (Wilfred Lucas), owner of the Circle S Ranch, is killed by cattle rustler Bo Gillman (Dick Curtis), the outlaw is advised by crooked attorney Virgil Parker (Walter Soderling) to report the "mysterious" killing to Osborne's daughter, Helen (Nell O'Day) . Steve Logan (Johnny Mack Brown), a stranger, is jailed for the crime. He escapes and learns of Parker's scheme to steal the Circle S. Steve presents his Cattleman's Protective Association credentials to the sheriff (Edward Cassidy) and receives assurances of aid. Steve's former sweetheart, Mary Curtis (Lynn Merrick as Marilyn Merrick), confirms Parker's treachery. In a gun battle, Parker, Gillman and the rustlers are rounded up and the Circle S is saved for Helen. Steve and Mary take up their romance again.
Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum (1940) as Edwards
A wax museum run by a demented doctor contains statues of such crime figures as Jack the Ripper and Bluebeard the Pirate. In addition to making wax statues the doctor performs plastic surgery. It is here that an arch fiend takes refuge. The museum also houses a statue of Charlie. Frustrated number-two son kicks statue in rear; oops, number-two son wrong in his assumption.
Too Busy to Work (1939) as Raymond
News Is Made at Night (1939) as Simms
Jesse James (1939) as Bill
When a railroad agent kills their mother, Frank and Jesse James take up robbing banks and trains.
Here I Am a Stranger (1939) as Chauffeur
Susannah of the Mounties (1939) as Orderly
Shirley is the orphaned survivor of an Indian attack in the Canadian West. A Mountie (Scott) and his girlfriend (Lockwood) take her in. Everybody suffers further Indian attacks and the Mountie is saved from the stake only by Shirley's intervention with the Indian chief.
Union Pacific (1939) as Calvin
A crooked politician tries to stop construction of the first intercontinental railroad.
Boy Friend (1939) as "Matchie" Riggs
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.
Pack Up Your Troubles (1939) as American aviator
Out of work vaudevillians join the army in WWI and head for France.
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) as
The future president considers a political career while practicing law.
Hollywood Cavalcade (1939) as Prop boy
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.
The Cisco Kid and the Lady (1939) as
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.
Island in the Sky (1938) as Swede
District Attorney's investigator (Whalen) starts his honeymoon and a man is indicated for murder. His bride (Stuart) doubts the man's guilt and enlists the help of a former racketeer (Kelly) to find the real killer.
Always Goodbye (1938) as Chauffeur
Sharpshooters (1938) as Steward
Keep Smiling (1938) as Taxi driver
Jane breaks into the film business while also reviving the flagging career of her film director uncle (Wilcoxon) and getting him hooked up with his secretary (Stuart).
My Lucky Star (1938) as Cameraman
The son (Romero) of a department store owner enrolls the store's sports clerk (Henie) at a university to use her as an advertisement for their fashion department. She falls for a teacher (Greene) and gets expelled.
Start Cheering (1938) as Assistant director
Fed up with Hollywood, a movie star enrolls in a small-town college.
Speed to Burn (1938) as Mug
Sky Giant (1938) as
A young flyer fights to win his father''''s respect while vying with dad''''s best friend for a young woman''''s heart.
Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938) as M.P.
A forward thinking bandleader fights to make ragtime respectable.
Happy Landing (1938) as Reporter
The Bride's Fair in a small Norwegian village is interrupted by the forced landing of Jimmy Hall (Don Ameche) and Duke Sargent (Cesar Romero), two Americans lost - really, really lost - while flying from New York to Paris. Jimmy is the manager of Duke, a publicity-seeking band leader. An old superstition points to Duke as the appointed husband-to-be (not likely) of Trudy Ericksen (Sonja Henie), daughter of villager Herr Ericksen (Jean Hersholt). Duke, however, has an understanding with Flo Kelly (Ethel Merman) back in the states, and leaves for Paris. Trudy follows him to New York, only to find he has left for Florida with Flo. Jimmy takes Trudy skating in Central Park, falls in love with her and is so impressed that he gets her a contract to skate professionally. Duke hears of her success and flies back and begins a series of romantic entanglements.
Change of Heart (1938) as Caddy master
It Happened in Hollywood (1937) as Buck
A silent Western star has trouble adjusting to the coming of sound.
A Fight to the Finish (1937) as Henry
She Married an Artist (1937) as Reporter
Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936) as Slocum
A Mexican turns bandit when his wife is murdered.
Theodora Goes Wild (1936) as Photographer
A woman's two lives as small-town innocent and author of torrid romances collide.
It's Up to You (1936) as Salesman
Counterfeit (1936) as Busch
Roaming Lady (1936) as Reid's pilot
The Dark Hour (1936) as Blake
Western Frontier (1935) as Morgan
The Crusades (1935) as Wounded man
King Richard the Lionhearted launches a crusade to preserve Christianity in Jerusalem.
Romance in Manhattan (1935) as
A New York chorus girl helps an illegal immigrant build a new life in the big city.
Smoking Guns (1934) as Hank Stone
Accused of a murder he did not commit, Ken leaves the country. Three years later Evans finds him in the jungle. When Evans dies, Ken seeing the resemblance, assumes his identity and returns to clear his name.
She Was a Lady (1934) as Yank
Broadway Bad (1933) as Reporter
Strawberry Roan (1933) as Bart Hawkins
Lone Cowboy (1933) as Hotel clerk
The Story of Temple Drake (1933) as Second jellybean
A wealthy but neurotic Southern belle finds herself trapped in the hideout of a gang of vicious bootleggers.
Sky Bride (1932) as ["Wild"] Bill Adams
Movie Crazy (1932) as
A stagestruck young actor accidentally receives somebody else''s invitation to test in Hollywood.
Hat Check Girl (1932) as Walter Marsh
Sally Eilers is a hat-check girl in a nighclub surrounded by bootleggers, blackmailers and others before she falls in love with millionaire playboy Ben Lyon. Eilers is supported by her girlfriend Ginger Rogers.
Bad Company (1931) as
When she learns her husband and brother are involved with the mob, a woman decides to straighten them out.
Graft (1931) as Speed Hanson
Dirigible (1931) as Hansen
Romantic rivals vie to be the first to fly to the South Pole.
Pleasure (1931) as
The Lawyer's Secret (1931) as "Madame X"
The Widow From Chicago (1930) as Jimmy
A woman infiltrates a criminal mob to avenge her brother''''s death.
All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) as Detering
Young German soldiers try to adjust to the horrors of World War I.
Flight (1929) as Steve Roberts
A Marine flyer and his flight school mentor fall for the same beautiful nurse.
The Cheer Leader (1928) as Richard Crosby
The Cameraman (1928) as Stagg
In this silent film, a photographer takes up newsreel shooting to impress a movie queen.
Her Summer Hero (1928) as Herb Darrow
Snowbound (1927) as Joe Baird
College (1927) as A rival
In this silent film, a high school egghead becomes a football hero in college.
Tarzan and the Golden Lion (1927) as Burton Bradney
Flora Hawks is in love with the overseer of Tarzan's African estate. After a search for a legendary city of diamonds, Tarzon races with his pet lion Jad-bal-ja to save Haws from being sacrificed to a lion-god.
When a Dog Loves (1927) as James Alston
The Flaming Frontier (1926) as Lawrence Stanwood
Secret Orders (1926) as Eddie Delano
The Better 'Ole (1926) as Bert
In this silent film, friends face misadventures during World War I
The Honeymoon Express (1926) as Lance
The Talker (1925) as Lonnie Whinston
The Midshipman (1925) as "Tex"
An unscrupulous cadet convinces his fiancee to get a rival in trouble.
Riders of the Purple Sage (1925) as Bern Venters
When Lew Walters and his three henchmen kidnap Millie and her child, her brother Jim Carson sets out to find her. Now known as Jim Lassiter, he kills the three henchman. In Cottonwood County he joins up with rancher Jane Witherspoon in her fight against the rustling Riders of the Purple Sage. The crooked County Judge is Dyer, who unknown to Lassiter is really Lew Walters.
Madonna of the Streets (1924) as Walter Bowman
Hit and Run (1924) as Tex Adams
That French Lady (1924) as Charlie Abbey
In Love With Love (1924) as Robert Metcalf
The Arizona Express (1924) as David Keith
Broadway Gold (1923) as Page Poole
Kindled Courage (1923) as Hugh Paxton
The Ramblin' Kid (1923) as Skinny Rawlins
The Wanters (1923) as Chauffeur
Alice Adams (1923) as Walter Adams
Burning Words (1923) as Ross Darby
Gentle Julia (1923) as Noble Dill
The Bearcat (1922) as Peter May
Seeing's Believing (1922) as Hack Webster
The Flirt (1922) as Jimmy Madison
The Bootlegger's Daughter (1922) as Violinist
The Rosary (1922) as Skeeters Martin
Man to Man (1922) as Slim Barbee
Kissed (1922) as Jim Kernochan
Tracked to Earth (1922) as Dick Jones
Lovetime (1921) as Pierre Lavone
Oliver Twist, Jr. (1921) as Oliver Twist, Jr.
The Road Demon (1921) as Johnny Brooks, mechanic
Hearts of Youth (1921) as Ishmael Worth
Suds (1920) as Benjamin Pillsbury
A London laundry girl tries to rise above her station in order to capture the love of a wealthy young man, and thus misses out on the truer love of one of her own class.
The Family Honor (1920) as The grocer boy
Overland Red (1920) as Collie
Sweet Lavender (1920) as Clem Hale
You Never Can Tell (1920) as Jimmy Flannery
Puppy Love (1919) as James Gordon Oliver
The Winning Girl (1919) as Jack Milligan
Set Free (1918) as Ronald Blair
A Society Sensation (1918) as Tommy
The Silent Man (1917) as David Bryce
The Sawdust Ring (1917) as Peter Weldon

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Fluffy (1965) as Dial coach
A scientist proves that he can domesticate a lion, but nobody seems to believe him.
The Art of Love (1965) as Dial coach
A struggling artist fakes his own death to sell more paintings.
Shock Treatment (1964) as Dial coach
A private investigator endures the rigors of an insane asylum in order to locate $1 million in stolen loot.
The Brass Bottle (1964) as Dial coach
Comedy about the proverbial genie who comes out of a bottle (a table lamp in this instance) to serve his new master. The only problem is that instead of helping his master, the genie (Burl Ives) tends to get his master (Tony Randall) into more predicaments than he gets him out of.
No Name on the Bullet (1959) as Dial coach
The arrival of a hired gun stirs up suspicions in a small town.
Step Down to Terror (1958) as Dial coach
Pursued by detectives, Johnny Walters leaves the city to visit his family in a small California town. Among the household: his dead brother's luscious widow Helen, who soon is attracted to him. Ominous events and conflicting evidence leave Helen suspicious, but uncertain about her brother-in-law as tension builds...
Night Passage (1957) as Dial coach
A disgraced railroad employee tries to prove himself by guarding the company''''s payroll against outlaws.
World in My Corner (1956) as Dial coach
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.
Mohawk (1956) as Dial supv
When a Boston artist is commissioned to paint landscapes, he gets caught up in a land war between settlers and the Mohawks.
To Hell and Back (1955) as Dial coach
Film star Audie Murphy plays himself in this tale of how he became World War II''''s most decorated U.S. soldier.
Cult of the Cobra (1955) as Dial coach
While stationed in Asia, six American G.I.'s witness the secret ritual of Lamians (worshipers of women who can change into serpents). When discovered by the cult, the High Lamian Priest vows that "the Cobra Goddess will avenge herself". Once back in the United States, a mysterious woman enters into their lives and accidents begin to happen. The shadow of a cobra is seen just before each death.
Black Horse Canyon (1954) as Dial dir
All American (1953) as Dial dir
The Redhead from Wyoming (1953) as Dial coach
In Wyoming Territory, a range war is brewing between entrenched cattle barons and new settlers. Cattle king Reece Duncan is opposed by ambitious gambler Jim Averell, who imports his old flame, shapely saloon queen Kate Maxwell, and sets her up as an alternative cattle buyer. As matters build toward violence, Kate finds she's being taken advantage of. But her only potential ally in staving off carnage is seemingly mild-mannered sheriff Stan Blaine...who distrusts her.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

All the King's Horses (1935) as Double for Carl Brisson in Split Screen Shots

Cast (short)

One Against the World (1939)
This short film presents the story of Dr. Ephraim McDowell, who came under scrutiny for his pioneering of surgical practices.
The Big Irons (1931)
A businessman sneaks out of his office to play golf with champ Bobby Jones, but he meets his boss on the fairway in this short film. Vitaphone Release 4797.

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