Vernon L Walker


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Bombardier (1943) - You Look Scared Stiff Part of a series of impressive technical sequences, Russell Wade as Army Air Force trainee Harris, leading man Pat O’Brien narrating, Charles Russell the instructor, Randolph Scott in the cockpit, Academy Award-nominated Special Effects by Vernon L. Walker, editing by Robert Wise (assisted by young Robert Aldrich), in RKO’s Bombardier, 1943.
Devil And Daniel Webster, The (1941) - You're Not Dorothy The tantalizing Belle (Simone Simon) appears to Jabez (James Craig) at the birth of his first child then visits mother Mary (Ann Shirley) and Ma Stone (Jane Darwell) in The Devil And Daniel Webster, 1941.
Devil And Daniel Webster, The (1941) - What A Fine Fellow You Were Tumult as Jabez (James Craig) throws out Webster (Edward Arnold) and Mary (Ann Shirley) then encounters Belle (Simone Simon) and Scratch (Walter Huston) who's come to collect in The Devil And Daniel Webster, 1941, a.k.a. All That Money Can Buy.
Devil And Daniel Webster, The (1941) - The Devil Vs. Jabez Stone Webster (Edward Arnold) demands a trial for Jabez (James Craig) and Scratch (Walter Huston) names his jury in The Devil and Daniel Webster, a.k.a. All That Money Can Buy, from the story by Steven Vincent Benet.
Devil And Daniel Webster, The (1941) - A Soul Is Nothing Mr. Scratch (Walter Huston) cuts a deal with New Hampshire farmer Jabez Stone (James Craig), who summoned him minutes earlier, by swearing about his poverty, in director William Dieterle's The Devil And Daniel Webster, 1941, a.k.a. All That Money Can Buy, from the story by Stephen Vincent Benet.
George White's Scandals (1945) - It's You Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers and John Wayne and others are edited into Joan Davis and Jack Haley's high-tech performance of "I Wake Up In The Morning It's You" by Jack Yellen and Sammy Fain in George White's Scandals, 1945.
Citizen Kane (1941) - Rosebud From the top, the spooky introduction of the estate called Xanadu, the snow-globe, and one very tight shot of the director, writer and star Orson Welles, from Citizen Kane, 1941.

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