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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY

Director (feature film)

1. What a Mother-in-Law! (1934) as Dir of 1927 film.
2. Lunatic, The (1927)
3. Mulhall's Great Catch (1926) as Director.
4. Glenister of the Mounted (1926) as Director.
5. The Traffic Cop (1926) as Director.
6. The College Boob (1926) as Director.
7. Sir Lumberjack (1926) as Director.
8. Speed Wild (1925) as Director.
9. Smilin' at Trouble (1925) as Director.
10. Heads Up (1925) as Director.
11. O. U. West (1925) as Director.
12. High and Handsome (1925) as Director.
13. The Millionaire Cowboy (1924) as Director.
14. The No-Gun Man (1924) as Director.
15. The Breed of the Border (1924) as Director.
16. Thundering Dawn (1923) as Director.
17. An Old Sweetheart of Mine (1923) as Director.
18. The Sign of the Rose (1922) as Director.
19. The Hands of Nara (1922) as Director.
20. The Worldly Madonna (1922) as Director.
21. Straight From Paris (1921) as Director.
22. What No Man Knows (1921) as Director.
23. Charge It (1921) as Director.
24. Hush (1921) as Director.
25. The Forbidden Woman (1920) as Director.
26. Mid-Channel (1920) as Director.
27. For the Soul of Rafael (1920) as Director.

Producer (feature film)

28. Glenister of the Mounted (1926) as Producer.
29. Thundering Dawn (1923) as Producer.
30. Enter Madame (1922) as Producer.
31. The Sign of the Rose (1922) as Presented By.
32. The Hands of Nara (1922) as Presented By.
33. The Worldly Madonna (1922) as Presented By.
34. Charge It (1921) as Presented By.
35. For the Soul of Rafael (1920) as Presented By.
36. The Forbidden Woman (1920) as Presented By.
37. Mid-Channel (1920) as Presented By.
38. Whispering Devils (1920) as Producer.
39. The Forbidden Woman (1920) as Supervisor.
40. Silk Husbands and Calico Wives (1920) as Supervisor.
41. Eyes of Youth (1919) as Presented By.

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