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Also Known As: Died: February 2, 1970
Born: July 28, 1898 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961) as Dr. Newmar
The captain of a nuclear submarine defies his commanders to save the Earth from a deadly space fire.
2.
A Face in the Fog (1936) as
Cast members of a show at the Alden theatre are being terrorized by a hunchback killer known as the Fiend, using frozen bullets, and two have been killed. Newspaper reporters Jean Monroe (June Collyer), drama editor, and Frank Gordon (Lloyd Hughes), accompanied by a dumb photographer, Elmer (Al St. John) are on the story. Jean receives a note from Ted Wallington, the star of the play,"Satan's Bride", to meet him. From him, she learns the note was a fake, the lights go out and the Fiend strikes again as Wallington slumps to the floor dead. Peter Fortune (Lawrence Gray), the author of the show, who has helped the police solve previous cases, agrees to assist on this case, but insists on working alone. Jean and Frank have taken rooms at the Globe Hotel, where Reardon (Jack Mulhall), an actor, is also a resident. A telephone message for Frank turns out to be a ruse in the hopes of getting him out of the hotel. Reardon suggests calling the police but, while phoning, his finger is holding the receiver hook down. Meanwhile, Elmer calls Frank and the reporter is dumbfounded to hear his phone ring while Reardon is apparently talking to Police Captain Davis (John Elliott.) A fight ensues and Reardon escapes. This gives the hunchbacked terror a chance to slip in the room to make another attempt on Jean's life, but the shot misses. Fortune has some pictures of Reardon donning the Fiend's flowing robe, and Reardon is taken into custody. During an re-enactment of the Wallington murder, Reardon is killed and another theory is exploded. Frank discovers a cigarette case, belonging to Fortune, and his investigation reveals the Fortune's brother had been killed in a fire in a theatre owned by Cooke and Baker, the producers of the show.
3.
In Paris, A.W.O.L. (1936) as Vaudevillian
4.
The Old Homestead (1935) as Bob Shackleforth
5.
Dizzy Dames (1935) as Terry
6.
Timber War (1935) as Larry Keene
7.
Danger Ahead (1935) as Jerry Mason
8.
Here Comes the Groom (1934) as Marvin Hale
Piccolo player Mike Scanlon loses his girl due to his unexciting lifestyle, so he decides to commit a robbery to gain notoriety. But the robbery goes awry and Mike finds himself on the run from the police, pretending to be a famous singer whose gimmick is wearing a mask in public.
9.
Golden Harvest (1933) as Hugh Jackson
10.
Mother's Millions (1931) as Tom Breen
11.
Man of the World (1931) as Frank Thompson
12.
Children of Pleasure (1930) as Danny Regan
A Jewish songwriter forsakes his heritage for a society girl.
13.
Spring Is Here (1930) as Steve Alden
A young woman is torn between the nice guy her father likes and the bad boy he doesn't.
14.
Going Wild (1930) as Jack Lane
A lovesick fool pretends to be an ace flyer.
15.
Sunny (1930) as Tom Warren
A showgirl falls for a society boy but has to win over his family.
16.
Temptation (1930)
17.
Trent's Last Case (1929) as Jack Marlowe
18.
Marianne (1929) as Stagg
Two American soldiers fall for the same French girl during World War I.
19.
It's a Great Life (1929) as Jimmy Dean
A vaudeville sister act is threatened by success and romance.
20.
The Sin Sister (1929) as Peter Van Dykeman
21.
The Rainbow (1929) as Jim Forbes
22.
Oh, Kay (1928) as Jimmy Winter
23.
The Patsy (1928) as Billy
In this silent film, a romantic young woman falls for her sister's fiance, then discovers her sister is cheating on him.
24.
Diamond Handcuffs (1928) as Larry
25.
Shadows of the Night (1928) as Jimmy Sherwood
A reporter attempts to unravel a murder involving organized crime.
26.
Domestic Meddlers (1928) as Walter
27.
Love Hungry (1928) as Tom Harver
28.
Marriage by Contract (1928) as Don
29.
Convoy (1927) as Eugene Weyeth
30.
After Midnight (1927) as Joe Miller
A nightclub hostess falls in love with a hold-up man.
31.
Ankles Preferred (1927) as Barney
32.
The Telephone Girl (1927) as Tom Blake
33.
Ladies Must Dress (1927) as Joe
34.
The Callahans and the Murphys (1927) as Dan Murphy
35.
Pajamas (1927) as John Weston
36.
The Untamed Lady (1926) as Larry Gastlen
37.
The American Venus (1926) as Chip Armstrong
A dazzling story of the perfect American beauty!
38.
Love 'Em and Leave 'Em (1926) as Bill Billingsley
39.
The Palm Beach Girl (1926) as Jack Trotter
40.
Everybody's Acting (1926) as Ted Potter
41.
Kid Boots (1926) as Tom Sterling
42.
The Dressmaker From Paris (1925) as Allan Stone
43.
The Coast of Folly (1925) as Bather
44.
Are Parents People? (1925) as Dr. Dacer
45.
Stage Struck (1925) as Orme Wilson

Visual Effects (feature film)

46.
Dizzy Dames (1935) as Process Photography

Cast (short)

47.
Intimate Dinner in Celebration of Warner Bros. Silver Jubilee, An (1930)
In this short film, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Bros. Pictures host a dinner in honor of Warner Bros. Silver Jubilee.

Music (short)

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