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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Siege at Red River (1954) as Dialogue Director
A Cavalry captain tries to keep the Indians from getting their hands on Gatling Guns.
2.
The Mississippi Gambler (1953) as Dialogue Director
Mark Fallon, with partner Kansas John Polly, tries to introduce honest gambling on the riverboats. His first success makes enemies of the crooked gamblers and of fair Angelique Dureau, whose necklace he won. Later in New Orleans, Mark befriends Angelique's father, but she still affects to despise him as his gambling career brings him wealth. Duelling, tragedy, and romantic complications follow.
3.
Forbidden (1953) as Dialogue Director
Eddie Darrow has been hired by Philadelphia mobster Barney Pendleton to locate Christine Lawrence (Eddie's ex-lover and widow of Barney's former associate) and bring her home. Eddie tracks her down in Macao, where he saves the life of casino owner Justin Keet, then finds that Christine is engaged to marry Justin. Life gets awfully complicated...
4.
Scarlet Angel (1952) as Dialogue Director
In 1865 New Orleans, sea captain Truscott goes to the notorious Scarlet Angel saloon, where he meets rapacious Roxy McClanahan, as rough and tough as he is. Despite his best efforts, Roxy manages to make off with Truscott's bankroll, and flees with war widow Linda Caldwell. Luck favors Roxy with a chance to slip into Linda's identity, and luckier still, Linda proves to have had wealthy in-laws in San Francisco, who are happy to give their new relation a chance to become a "lady." But inevitably, Truscott re-appears...
5.
My Friend Irma Goes West (1950) as Dialogue Director
6.
Francis (1950) as Dialogue Director
A talking mule helps a hapless soldier uncover an enemy agent.
7.
I Walk Alone (1948) as Dialogue Director
An ex-convict discovers the world of crime has changed drastically since he went up the river.
8.
Man-Eater of Kumaon (1948) as Dialogue Director
9.
For the Love of Mary (1948) as Dialogue Director
10.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947) as Dialogue Director
An accountant dreams of being a hero but finds it''''s not so easy in real life.
11.
Song of Scheherazade (1947) as Dialogue Director
In 1865, the cadets of a Russian Naval Academy ship have shore leave in Morocco; among them is (fictionalized) future composer 'Nicky' Rimsky-Korsakov. In search of a piano, Nicky and singing ship's doctor Klin meet a family of once-wealthy Spanish colonists...and their daughter Cara who secretly dances in a cabaret. Romantic complications ensue, but Nicky seems less interested in Cara's favors than in inspirations for his future masterpieces.
12.
A Night in Paradise (1946) as Dialogue Director
Aesop takes a break from spinning fables to help a king and fall in love.
13.
The Spider Woman Strikes Back (1946) as Dialogue Director
Jean (Brenda Joyce) takes the job of caretaker/companion (before the word took on a completly alternate-life style meaning) to blind woman Zenobia (Gale Sondergaard.) Also hanging around the house, in this horror/western, is Mario (Rondo Hatton), a deaf-mute servant who evidently wasn't much help to Zenobia when it came to identifying the source of a noise Zenobia couldn't see. Jean is a little slow in realizing that Zenobia is slowly killing her by taking her blood. Nothing personal. Zenobia needs her blood to feed some plants. She uses the blossoms of the plants to make poison to kill cattle in order to drive away the local ranchers so she can buy all the land...cheap.
14.
Delightfully Dangerous (1945) as Dialogue Director
15.
The Heavenly Body (1944) as Dialogue Director
An astronomer's neglected wife takes up astrology and a handsome astrologer.
16.
White Savage (1943) as Dialogue Director
17.
Phantom of the Opera (1943) as Dialogue Director
Pit violinist Claudin hopelessly loves rising operatic soprano Christine Dubois (as do baritone Anatole and police inspector Raoul) and secretly aids her career. But Claudin loses both his touch and his job, murders a rascally music publisher in a fit of madness, and has his face etched with acid. Soon, mysterious crimes plague the Paris Opera House, blamed on a legendary "phantom" whom none can find in the mazes and catacombs. But both of Christine's lovers have plans to ferret him out.
18.
Eagle Squadron (1942) as Dialogue Director
19.
Ride 'Em Cowboy (1942) as Dialogue Director
On the run from a rodeo boss, two greenhorns get jobs as cowboys.
20.
In the Navy (1941) as Dialogue Director
A famous radio crooner secretly enlists in the Navy and tries to keep his identity a secret.
21.
Where Did You Get That Girl? (1941) as Dialogue Director
22.
Hold That Ghost (1941) as Dialogue Director
Two bumbling gas station attendants find themselves stranded in a haunted house.
23.
Keep 'Em Flying (1941) as Dialogue Director
24.
Meet the Wildcat (1940) as Dialogue Director
25.
I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now (1940) as Dialogue Director

Cast (feature film)

26.
Fangs of Destiny (1927) as Sally Ann

Film Production - Main (feature film)

27.
Escapade in Japan (1957) as Dial supv
After his plane crashes in Tokyo, an American boy tries to find his way home.
28.
At War with the Army (1951) as Dial dir
A song-and-dance team have trouble adjusting to Army life.

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