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Director (feature film)

Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title (1966) as Assistant Director
A Cook and a waitress decide to work at a bookstore filled with spies and bank robbers.
The Chase (1966) as Assistant Director
A convict's escape ignites passions in his hometown.
King Rat (1965) as Assistant Director
A U.S. officer in a World War II Japanese POW camp tries to raise money to buy his fellow prisoners'' freedom.
PT 109 (1963) as Assistant Director
Future president John Kennedy fights to save his crew when their PT boat sinks in the Pacific.
Stakeout! (1962) as Assistant Director
Father Joe Dasco, played by actor Bing Russell, is realeased from prison after servering a three year term for bank robber. He reunites with his ten year old son, played by actor Billy E. Hughes, Jr. The two go from place to place looking for work in the oil fields of Texas. Not able to hold a job, Joe Dasco, Sr. along with actor, Bill Foster and Robert "Whitey" Hughes, scheme a kidnapping of an oil barons son, played by Christopher Wayne. The kiddnapping goes sour and Joe Dasco is shot and killed, leaving his Joey [Billy E. Hughes, Jr.] to be award of the state.
The Girl in Lovers Lane (1960) as Assistant Director
Danny, son of a wealthy family, is running away from home. He meets Bix, a long-time drifter, who agrees to "mentor" Danny. Danny's naivete leads him to commit gaffe after gaffe, leaving Bix to straighten things out. But when they stop in a diner in the next town, Bix finds himself attracted to the waitress, Carrie, and is forced to reexamine his whole drifting career. Meanwhile, Jesse (Jack Elam) goes around creeping everyone out.
Valley of the Redwoods (1960) as Assistant Director
Up Periscope (1959) as Assistant Director
A U.S. frogman infiltrates a Japanese-held island during World War II.
Daddy-O (1959) as Assistant Director
Phil, a part-time truck driver and singer who wears his pants far too high, meets a feisty platinum blonde who challenges him to a drag race through Griffith Park. When he is caught and loses his license, he meets up with the sketchy Frank Wooster who offers him a job singing in his new nightclub. When Phil discovers that his new job also includes drug running, he must fight to save his friends and himself.
The Young Philadelphians (1959) as Assistant Director
A young lawyer from the wrong side of town tries to break into society.
Fort Dobbs (1958) as 2d asst dir
A frontierswoman suspects the man who rescued her from the Comanches of killing her husband.
Tank Battalion (1958) as Assistant Director
Four soldiers pilot their tank behind enemy lines during the Korean War.
The Green-Eyed Blonde (1957) as Assistant Director
Teenage Doll (1957) as Assistant Director
The Black Widows, a teenage girl gang, find one of their number killed; they suspect Barbara, sometime girlfriend of the leader of rival gang The Vandals. As the gangs prepare for a rumble, we glimpse the members' home lives, exaggerating every type of family dysfunction; but that of their "average American" quarry is no better. Full of shadowy urban night scenes.
A Cry in the Night (1956) as Assistant Director
A police captain's emotions get in the way when his daughter is kidnapped.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Sitting Bull (1954) as Prod supv
After defeating Custer at the Little Big Horn, the famed chief tries to save an Indian sympathizer from court-martial.
The Glass Wall (1953) as Production Manager
A World War II refugee fights to stay in the U.S.

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