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Director (feature film)

The Cowboys (1972) as 2nd Unit Director
When his crew quits, a veteran cattleman trains schoolboys for the big drive.
Macho Callahan (1970) as 2nd Unit Director
A bitter Union soldier escapes from prison and seeks revenge against the man who put him there.
Skullduggery (1970) as 2nd Unit Director
An expedition into the interior of Papua New Guinea comes across a tribe of ape-like people who may or may not be ancestors of early man. However, the influence of modern man is to have devastating effects upon these forgotten people.
The Wild Bunch (1969) as 2nd unit dir
A group of aging cowboys look for one last score in a corrupt border town.
In Like Flint (1967) as Sp action seq dir
A super-agent must save the world from a secret organization of women who plan to seize power.
Tony Rome (1967) as Action seq dir
When a wealthy girl is found unconscious in a seedy Miami motel room, a private investigator is hired by her father to solve the crime.
Our Man Flint (1966) as Sp action seq dir
When scientists use eco-terrorism to impose their will on the world by affecting extremes in the weather, top agent Derek Flint is called in.

Cast (feature film)

Waterhole #3 (1967) as Cowpoke
Some renegade Army men steal a cachet of gold and hide it in the desert for later use until a lone cowboy gets wind of it and wants it for himself.
In Like Flint (1967) as Austin
A super-agent must save the world from a secret organization of women who plan to seize power.
Tony Rome (1967) as Nimmo
When a wealthy girl is found unconscious in a seedy Miami motel room, a private investigator is hired by her father to solve the crime.
Von Ryan's Express (1965) as
Ryan, an American POW, leads his fellow prisoners on a dangerous escape from the Germans in Italy. Having seemingly made errors of judgement, Ryan has to win the support of the mainly British soldiers he is commanding.
Spencer's Mountain (1963) as
A Wyoming farmer fights to build a better life for his oldest son.
The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond (1960) as Bodyguard
A small-time thief kills his way to the top of the New York rackets.
Face of a Fugitive (1959) as Burton
A man framed for murder tries to build a new life after escaping the law.
Cowboy (1958) as Slim Barrett
Real-life writer Frank Harris signs on as a ranch hand and learns the ropes from an experienced cowboy.
Imitation General (1958) as Tank commander
A sergeant impersonates a slain general at a key moment during World War II.
The Sheepman (1958) as Red
A tough sheep farmer battles the local cattle baron for land and a beautiful woman.
Tonka (1958) as Lt. Crittenden
In Dakota territory in the 1870s, White Bull, a young Sioux, proves his manhood by catching and training a wild colt he names Tonka. When a cruel cousin claims the horse as the privilege of rank, White Bull lets Tonka go. The horse ends up in the hands of a captain in the US cavalry about the time that Sitting Bull gathers the tribes to confront the growing US presence, epitomized by the bigoted General Custer. All paths, including those of White Bull and Tonka, lead to the confluence of the Little and Big Horn rivers.
3:10 to Yuma (1957) as Wade henchman
A sheriff must run the gauntlet to get his prisoner out of town.
Duel at Apache Wells (1957) as Slim
Jubal (1956) as Tolliver boy
A rancher''s wife falls for a wandering cowhand.
The Indian Fighter (1955) as Lt. Shaeffer
A trail guide has to bring two crooked traders to justice to save his wagon train from Indian attack.
The Bamboo Prison (1955) as Progressive
An undercover agent investigates atrocities at a Korean P.O.W. camp.
The Road to Denver (1955) as Pete
The Mayhew brothers flee from one Texas town to another as older brother Bill repeatedly attempts to keep younger brother Sam out of jail. Bill finally gives up on his younger brother and heads for Colorado. He gets a job and all is well until his brother shows up and takes a job that puts them on opposite sides of the law.
Jubilee Trail (1954) as Velasco's son
A pregnant widow ventures West in search of a new life.
Hell's Outpost (1954) as Chick Hanna
The Outcast (1954) as Zeke Polsen
Last of the Pony Riders (1953) as Yank
Ex-Pony Express rider Autry ties to protect his US mail franchise as the Pony Express gives way to stage coach mail and the telegraph. Gene's last film appearance as a singing cowboy.
The Homesteaders (1953) as Charlie
A man faces numerous travails transporting a consignment of dynamite for a group of Oregon homesteaders.
Against All Flags (1952) as Pirate raider
A British officer must face off against the pirates of Madagascar.
Heart of the Rockies (1951) as Dave Braddock
A crooked rancher frames the boys on a rehabilitation ranch for a series of crimes.
Rocky Mountain (1950) as Kip Waterston
A Confederate troop makes a last desperate attempt to build up an army in the West.
Blue Grass of Kentucky (1950) as Sandy McIvor
Moonrise (1948) as Boy
When a murderer''''s son accidentally kills someone, he takes it on the lam.
Last of the Redmen (1947) as Davy [Munro]
King of the Wild Horses (1947) as Cracker
Law of the Canyon (1947) as Spike Coleman
Bringing in a supply of goods, Steve has them hijacked. The Doctor is behind the hijacks and offers to act as a middleman and return the goods for a fee. He has doped up the Sheriff to keep him out of the way and now tries the same on Steve. But Smiley had earlier used the Doc's medicine in an experiment and replaced it with water and this gives the Durango Kid a chance to go into action.
Dragonwyck (1946) as Messenger boy
A farm girl signs on as governess in a gloomy mansion.
Wild West (1946) as Skinny Bannister
Eddie and his sidekicks have been called in to help get a new telegraph line through. Dawson and his men along with his stooge Judge are out to stop them. When Eddie and the boys catch three of Dawson's men destroying telegraph equipment, the Judge releases them and this leads to the showdown between the two sides.
The Virginian (1946) as Rancher's son on buckboard
Best friends become enemies when one signs on with a rustler.
Wild Beauty (1946) as Johnny
A pretty school teacher (Lois Collier)---make that a very pretty school teacher---, a doctor (Don Porter) who disapproves of the white man's attitude toward Indians, and a young Indian boy (Buzz Henry) do what they can in the modern west to keep Robert Wilcox and his henchies (the usual Universal suspects headed by Dick Curtis) from capturing and killing a wild horse herd so Wilcox can sell the hides. It all looks bigger than it is because director Wallace Fox makes liberal use via stock footage of the massive wild horse herds from Universal's 1936 "Stormy."
Rolling Home (1946) as Gary Miller
Old time rodeo performer Raymond Hatton and his grandson, (Buzz Henry as Robert Dee 'Buzzy" Henry) arrive in a small town with an injured horse, and local minister Russell Hayden tends the horse's injured leg. Jean Parker, a wealthy but selfish young widow, lives in the town. The church is in debt but the minister's financial problems are eventually solved by the horse winning a surrey race, and the widow whose attitude has been softned by Hatton, Henry and Hayden. This was the first film Harry Carey Jr appeared in as an adult, and was brought about when the just-discharged-from-the-Navy Carey ran into producer William Berke on an Hollywood street corner. Berke, who had produced six sound westerns in the mid-30's starring the elder Carey, offered Carey Jr. a bit in this film. The first film Harry Carey Jr appeared in was in 1921, as an infant in one of his father's silent westerns. Even with a 25-year-gap between his "first" and second film, Carey's 80 years of work in films may be the longevity record.
Danny Boy (1945) as Jimmy Bailey
Her Lucky Night (1945) as Kid
Trail to Gunsight (1944) as Tim Wagner
The Great Mike (1944) as Jimmy Dolan
Three of a Kind (1944) as Jimmy Collins
Trigger Trail (1944) as Chip Kincaid
Calling Wild Bill Elliott (1943) as Demi-John Culver
The ruthless self-appointed Governor Nichols and his militia are driving ranchers off their land. When they go after the Culver's, Wild Bill arrives to help them and the outnumbered ranchers fight back.
Silent Witness (1943) as
Chatterbox (1943) as Boy
Ridin' Down the Canyon (1942) as Bobby Blake
Mr. Celebrity (1941) as Danny Mason
The grandparents (James Halligan and Laura Treadwell) of Danny Mason (Buzzy Henry), an orphaned boy, are trying to have him put into their custody rather than that of his uncle, Jim King (James Seay), a racetrack veterinary, as they object to the track enviroment in which he is being raised. Their destinies become entwined with that of former silent-film stars Francis X. Bushman and Clara Kimball Young and ex-heavyweight champion James J."Jim" Jeffries, and that of a broken-down race horse named "Mr. Celebrity." The tagline tells it all.
The Phantom Pinto (1941) as Buzzy Harding
Buzzy Rides the Range (1940) as Buzzy [Harding]
Rio Grande Ranger (1936) as Buzzy Cullen
Ranger Courage (1936) as "Buzzy"
Bob Allen, Martha Tibbetts, Walter Miller, Robert ''Buzz'' Henry, and Harry Strang as Snaky. Bob Allen is the Texas Ranger sent to protect a wagon train bearing a well-stocked strongbox through Indian territory.
The Unknown Ranger (1936) as Buzzy
A ranger in disguise tries to clear a wild horse accused of rustling.
Western Frontier (1935) as Peewee [Harper]

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Waterhole #3 (1967) as Sp action seq
Some renegade Army men steal a cachet of gold and hide it in the desert for later use until a lone cowboy gets wind of it and wants it for himself.
The Rounders (1965) as Technical Advisor
Two ne''er-do-well cowpokes look for sex and easy money in the modern West.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Mackenna's Gold (1969) as Stunt Coordinator
A group of men, lead by a questionable sheriff and a wanted bandit, descend upon the desert in search of a lost canyon of gold.
Waterhole #3 (1967) as Spec action seq
Some renegade Army men steal a cachet of gold and hide it in the desert for later use until a lone cowboy gets wind of it and wants it for himself.
Texas Across the River (1966) as Stunt Coordinator
A Texan, an Indian and a Spanish noblemen join forces against their enemies.
Last of the Bad Men (1957) as Stunts
Westward Ho the Wagons! (1956) as Stunts

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