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Also Known As: Died: January 24, 1973
Born: January 21, 1896 Cause of Death: Emphysema
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Three Stooges Follies, The (1974)
Released to theaters in 1974, this collection of vintage Columbia short subjects included: "Yes, We Have No Bonanza" with The Three Stooges; "Violent Is the Word for Curly" with The Three Stooges; "You Nazty Spy!" with The Three Stooges (replaced by "Men in Black" for the nontheatrical reissue); "Nothing But Pleasure" with Buster Keaton; "Strife of the Party" with Vera Vague; Chapter 1 of the 1943 "Batman" serial with Lewis Wilson and Douglas Croft; and "America Sings with Kate Smith."
Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971) as Dr. Frankenstein [also known as Dr. Duryea]
Judith Fontaine (Regina Carrol) is looking for her sister Joanie, who has disappeared into the hippie community of Venice, California. It turns out Joanie has become the victim of Groton (Lon Chaney Jr.), an axe-wielding homicidal maniac working for Dr. Durray (J. Carrol Naish), who is really the last of the Frankensteins and is now running a house of horrors by the beach and is performing experiments on Gorton's victims. One night Count Dracula (Zandor Vorkov) visits the doctor, showing him the original Frankenstein creation that was buried in a nearby graveyard. The doctor revives it and uses it to take revenge on his professional rivals.
Force of Impulse (1961) as Antonio Marino
The Young Don't Cry (1957) as Plug
An orphaned teen tries to help a wrongly convicted man who's escaped from prison.
This Could Be the Night (1957) as Leon
A schoolteacher gets a secretarial job at a gangster-run nightclub.
Yaqui Drums (1956) as Yaqui Jack
Mexican bandit Yaqui Jack (J. Carroll Naish) and his men hold up a stage coach, kill the driver and guard and are robbing the passengers, ranch owner Matt Quigg (Roy Roberts), his son Lute (Robert Hutton) and Linda (Mary Castle), when they in turn are ambushed by Lefty (Denver Pyle) and his gang. Yaqui Jack is shot but escapes and reaches the camp of Webb Dunham (Rod Cameron), who treats his wounds. They separate with Webb going to the ranch of his brother who has been murdered. Suspicion turns on Matt, who claims title to the brother's ranch, and has Webb brutally beaten after ordering him from the property. Webb goes to Matt's saloon, where Linda sings, and she and Webb had been in love in California. Webb retaliates against Matt for his beating, and Matt hires Lefty to kill Webb. Lefty, waiting in Webb's cabin to ambush him, is overpowered by Yaqui Jack who has returned to help the man who aided him, and asks Webb to join him and his friends in their fight to free Mexico. Matt, Lute, Linda and Lefty and the sheriff (Ray Walker) are kidnapped by Yaqui Indians, as is Webb, who shot a Yaqui grabbing Linda. They are taken across the border to be held for ransom, where Lefty confesses to Webb that he had killed Webb's brother on Matt's orders. Lute, with no intentions of returning, persuades his father to let him go across the border to get the ransom money but Linda, whom he had married the night before, refuses to go with him. Matt learns of the intended deceit deceit, and accidently kills Lute. Yaqui Jack is killed as he dfies the Mexican Army authorities who escort Webb, Linda, the sheriff and the now-demented Matt back across the border.
Rebel in Town (1956) as Bedloe Mason
A man hunts down the bank robber who accidentally killed his son.
Desert Sands (1955) as Sgt. Diepel
A member of the French Foreign Legion falls for an Arab woman whose family has sworn to kill all foreigners.
Violent Saturday (1955) as Chapman
Crooks trigger a series of crises when they try to rob a small town bank.
Hit the Deck (1955) as Mr. Peroni
Sailors on leave in San Francisco get mixed up in love and show business.
Rage at Dawn (1955) as Simeon Reno
Terrorizing 1866 Indiana, the Reno brothers gang uses the town of Seymour as a safe haven, paying off three crooked town officials. Sent in to clean up the gang is Peterson Detective Agency operative James Barlow, who poses as an outlaw to gain the confidence of the officials and the thick-headed brothers. Complicating matters are Barlow's feelings for the Reno sister, Laura, who reluctantly keeps house for the boys out of family loyalty. Events heat up and rage surfaces as Barlow sets up the gang in a dawn train robbery.
New York Confidential (1955) as Ben Dagajanian
Story follows the rise and subsequent fall of the notorious head of a New York crime family, who decides to testify against his pals in order to avoid being killed by his fellow cohorts.
The Last Command (1955) as Gen. Antonio López de Santa Anna
Texas hero Jim Bowie defends against Mexican general Santa Ana.
Sitting Bull (1954) as Sitting Bull
After defeating Custer at the Little Big Horn, the famed chief tries to save an Indian sympathizer from court-martial.
Saskatchewan (1954) as Batoche [Batouche]
O'Rourke and his Cree half brother Cajou are returning from a northern Canadian trapping trip when they encoutner a burned wagon train and sole surivor Grace. Naive Mountie commander Benton believes it to be a Cree attack. The Sioux from across the border are trying to force the Cree into being allies in their struggle with the U.S. seventh cavalry. O'Rourke must mutiny to save the men. He must also aid Grace, in whom Marshal Smith has both official and unprovoked amorous interests.
Fighter Attack (1953) as Bruno
Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953) as Socrates "Soak" Houlis
Love brings together two families of rival sponge fishers.
Ride the Man Down (1953) as Joe Kneen
Denver & Rio Grande (1952) as Gil Harkness
Edmund O'Brien and his team of railroading men try to build a rail line through a mountain pass, while a group of less scrupulous construction workers sabotage the entire operation in the hopes that they can get their tracks laid first and get the money from the railroad.
Woman of the North Country (1952) as John Mulholland
Clash by Night (1952) as Uncle Vince
An embittered woman seeks escape in marriage, only to fall for her husband's best friend.
Bannerline (1951) as Frankie Scarbine
An idealistic small-town reporter tries to fight corruption.
Across the Wide Missouri (1951) as Looking Glass
An explorer leads the way west for 19th-century settlers along the American frontier.
The Toast of New Orleans (1950) as Nicky Duvalle
A New Orleans fisherman fights snobbery to become an opera star.
Black Hand (1950) as Louis Lorelli
In turn-of-the-century New York, an Italian seeks vengeance on the mobsters who killed his father.
Annie Get Your Gun (1950) as Chief Sitting Bull
Fanciful musical biography of wild West sharpshooter Annie Oakley.
Rio Grande (1950) as Gen. Sheridan
A cavalry unit located on the Mexican border must control Indian uprisings.
Please Believe Me (1950) as Lucky Reilly
Three men pursue a shipboard romance with a woman they think is an heiress.
That Midnight Kiss (1949) as Papa Donnetti
A singing truck driver battles snobbery to become a star.
Canadian Pacific (1949) as Dynamite Dawson
A railroad surveyor faces an Indian rebellion.
The Kissing Bandit (1949) as Chico
A timid young man is forced to follow in his father's footsteps as a notorious masked bandit.
Joan of Arc (1948) as John, Count of Luxembourg, her captor
The life and campaigns of the Maid of Orleans.
The Beast with Five Fingers (1947) as Ovidio Castanio
After a famous pianist's murder, his hand returns to wreak vengeance.
The Fugitive (1947) as A police informer
A revolutionary priest flees a Central American dictatorship.
Carnival in Costa Rica (1947) as Rico Molina
Pepe Castro and Luisa Molina return to Costa Rica from U.S. schools to find that their parents have arranged their marriage. Pepe has brought his new sweetheart Celeste with him from the USA, but can't get a word in edgewise with his father. Then Luisa meets American coffee buyer Jeff Stephens at the fiesta. Meanwhile, the obtuse parents continue to plan the wrong marriage...
Humoresque (1947) as Rudy Boray
A classical musician from the slums is sidetracked by his love for a wealthy neurotic.
Bad Bascomb (1946) as Bart Yancey
A western bandit is reformed by his love for a little girl.
A Medal for Benny (1945) as Charley Martin
Strange Confession (1945) as [Roger] Graham
The Southerner (1945) as Devers
A sharecropper fights the elements to start his own farm.
House of Frankenstein (1945) as Daniel
A mad scientist hides within a traveling sideshow.
Getting Gertie's Garter (1945) as Charles, the butler
A medical researcher tries frantically to recover a jeweled garter he had given an old flame.
Two-Man Submarine (1944) as Dr. Augustus Hadley
A film that is among the umpteen hundred films that some source has given Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco a "credited" composers credit, although his name appears actually nowhere in connection with the vast majority of these umpteen hundred films, and one of four films that Tom Neal and Ann Savage were in together. This one has Robert B. Williams as some kind of scientist on an unnamed South Pacific island and he is making penicillin out of jungle mold at a time when penicillin was so new that all the players in the film pronounce it as "pey-nen-sol-lon" or something like that. Tom Neal is also there as some kind of guard or protector of Williams' work and is hacked off something fierce about it as his goal if to get off the island and into hand-to-hand action "against the japs." Before long an unidentified plane flies over the island and Neal has his pistol at the ready to shoot it down in case it is an enemy plane but a figure parachutes out and in parachutes none other than Ann Savage, who is there as Neal's replacement, although Neal now isn't as ready to leave as he was before. Then a man, George Lynn, washes ashore and is accepted as a crewman from a torpedoed American ship. Later, Williams is murdered, after some of his "pey-non-sol-len or whatever" samples disappear, and Neal concludes that either Savage, island-doctor J.Carroll Naish or Abner Biberman is the guilty party working for the Axis to get the penicillin formula. This isn't exactly Holmes-or-Chan sleuthing on his part as he knows he isn't guilty and the only people on the island, with the exception of three natives, are those he names as suspects. He doesn't know that a two-man Japanese submarine (with five or six Germans on board plus the two Japanese crewmen)is lurking offshore, but his list of suspects is basically correct, as none of the people from the sub have come ashore yet. Well, one has but he floated in. Discounting the floater, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that between Savage, Naish and Biberman, which one who can least bear scrutiny.
Enter Arsene Lupin (1944) as Ganimard
The Monster Maker (1944) as [Igor] Markoff
The Whistler (1944) as The killer
A grieving widower hires an assassin to kill him only to have his late wife turn up alive.
Waterfront (1944) as Dr. Carl Decker
Dragon Seed (1944) as Jap kitchen overseer
Chinese peasants fight to survive the Japanese occupation during World War II.
Jungle Woman (1944) as Dr. [Carl] Fletcher
Paula the ape woman (Acquanetta) is alive and well, and running around a creepy old sanitarium run by the kindly Dr. Fletcher (J. Carrol Naish), also reverting to her true gorilla form every once in a while to kill somebody.
Voice in the Wind (1944) as Luigi
After being tortured by the Nazis, a concert pianist fights to recover his memory.
Good Morning, Judge (1943) as Andre
Harrigan's Kid (1943) as Jed Jerrett
A disgraced jockey teaches a boy to ride and cheat.
Calling Dr. Death (1943) as Inspector Gregg
Losing his memories of the last few days, neurologist Dr. Steele is told that his wife has been brutally murdered. Steele, aware of his conniving wife's infidelity, believes he may have been the killer and enlists the aid of his pretty nurse Stella to hypnotize him into recovering his lost memories.
Batman (1943)
In his first screen appearance, the Caped Crusader of Gotham City (belying the lethargic facade of his alter ego Bruce Wayne) battles Dr. Daka, Japanese mastermind of a wartime espionage-sabotage group. Daka has a radium-powered death ray that pulverizes walls, a classic alligator pit to dispose of enemies, and can turn men into electronic zombies who do his bidding and transmit video signals to Daka's lab! Batman has no Batmobile, but there are bats in the Bat Cave...
Sahara (1943) as Giuseppe
An international platoon fights off Nazis in World War II Africa.
Behind the Rising Sun (1943) as Reo Seki
A Japanese publisher urges his American-educated son to side with the Axis.
Gung Ho! (1943) as Lt. C. J. Cristoforos
A Marine squadron takes on a heroic Pacific Island raid during WWII.
A Gentleman at Heart (1942) as Gigi
A race-track bookie tries his hand in the art racket.
Dr. Renault's Secret (1942) as Mr. Noel
A young man visits his fiancée in a remote French villa where her scientist father (George Zucco) resides. There he meets Noel (J. Carrol Naish), Dr. Renault's mysterious assistant, who has a strange attraction to Renault's daughter. Soon he learns Noel's true identity: he is an ape that was turned into a man by Renault's bizarre experiments!
Dr. Broadway (1942) as Jack Venner
The Man in the Trunk (1942) as Reginald DeWinters
The Pied Piper (1942) as Aristide Rougeron
Englishman Mr Howard is on a fishing holiday in eastern France when the Germans invade in 1940. Setting off to try and get back home he is persuaded to take along the two Cavanaugh children, and as his journey progresses his family keeps growing in size. Once in German-occupied northern France a new problem arises - the risk of being heard speaking English.
Sunday Punch (1942) as Matt Bassler
A young girl copes with a boarding house full of boxers.
Tales of Manhattan (1942) as Costello
New Yorkers from all walks of life come into contact with a supposedly cursed tailcoat.
Jackass Mail (1942) as Signor O'Sullivan
A horse thief marries for profit, but doesn't reckon with his wife's determination to reform him.
That Night in Rio (1941) as Machado
A nightclub entertainer pretends to be a noted financier, only to fall for the man¿s wife.
The Corsican Brothers (1941) as Lorenzo
Siamese twins, separated in infancy, join forces to avenge their parents' murder.
Birth of the Blues (1941) as Blackie
Jeff grows up near Basin Street in New Orleans, playing his clarinet with the dock workers. He puts together a band, the Basin Street Hot-Shots, which includes a cornet player, Memphis. They struggle to get their jazz music accepted by the cafe society of the city. Betty Lou joins their band as a singer and gets Louie to show her how to do scat singing. Memphis and Jeff both fall in love with Betty Lou.
Blood and Sand (1941) as Garabato
A married matador's rise to stardom is complicated by an affair with a beautiful aristocrat.
Forced Landing (1941) as Andros Banshek
Mr. Dynamite (1941) as Professor
Accent on Love (1941) as Manuel Lombroso
Golden Gloves (1940) as Joe Taggerty
Down Argentine Way (1940) as Casiano
Love and horse racing spice up an American girl's South American vacation.
Queen of the Mob (1940) as George Frost
Typhoon (1940) as Mekaike
A Night at Earl Carroll's (1940) as Steve Kalkus
Persons in Hiding (1939) as Freddie "Gunner" Martin
Hotel Imperial (1939) as Kuprin, alias Von Alting
It is the fate of a small frontier town, adjoining the no-man's-land where the Russians and Austrians are fighting out one of the final campaigns of World War I, to be occupied one day by the Russians, the next by the Austrians, and the inhabitants soon acquire a complacent view of the changing allegiances. To the town comes Ann Warschaska (Isa Miranda), intent on aveninging the suicide of her sister, who has killed herself after being betrayed by an Austrian officer. She knows no more about his identity than the number of his room at the "Hotel Imperial". She gets a job at the hotel as a maid but soon combines this work with modeling, when an eccentric Russian, General Videnko (Reginald Owen), with a passion for painting asks her to pose for him. Breaking into the fatal Room 12, she finds Lt. Nenassey (Ray Milland), a young Austrian officer who has taken refuge there after being separated from the army. Thinking him the betrayer of her sister, she plans to hand him over to the occupying-Russians, but relents when she learns that there are two Room 12's. The man actually guilty of the crime is a Russian spy who holds a commission in the Austrian army. Believing him to be a fellow-soldier in distress, Nenassey makes plans to help him escape, but finds out at the last minute that he is a Russian spy. A strange turn events allows Nenassey to aid Anna in her mission and rid his country of a dangerous enemy at the same time. General Videnko, meanwhile, is giving a grand-style banquet for the man who will never be able to attend another.
Beau Geste (1939) as Rasinoff
Three brothers in the French foreign legion fight off murderous Arabs and a sadistic sergeant.
Island of Lost Men (1939) as Gregory Prin
King of Chinatown (1939) as The professor
Undercover Doctor (1939) as Dr. Bartley Morgan
Daughter of Shanghai (1938) as Frank Barden
A young woman tracks down the smugglers who killed her father.
Tip-Off Girls (1938) as Joseph Valkus
King of Alcatraz (1938) as Steve Murkil
A group of prisoners break out of Alcatraz and hijack a passenger ship.
Hunted Men (1938) as Morton Rice
Prison Farm (1938) as Noel Haskins
Bulldog Drummond in Africa (1938) as Richard Lane, [later known as Charles Mega]
Drummond, his girlfriend and his butler try to free an high post of Scotland Yard who has been kidnapped.
Illegal Traffic (1938) as Lewis Zomar
Her Jungle Love (1938) as Kuasa
While searching the South Pacific for a missing aviator, Bob Mitchell (Ray Milland) and Jimmy Wallace (Lynne Overman) are caught in a typhoon and crack up on an island, escaping unharmed with the aid of Tura (Dorothy Lamour), a beautiful jungle girl who is the only inhabitant of the island and is believed a goddess by the natives of the adjoining islands. The three are about to leave the island on a make-shift raft when a gang of savage tribesman land, headed by Kuasa (J. Carroll Naish), a half-mad potentate who informs them that all whites are his mortal enemies because an Englishwoman once spurned his love and he got his revenge by stealing her daughter, who is Tura. He had set her up as a goddess but she must now pay for befriending the hated white men by being sacrificed to the crocodiles in an underground temple. An earthquake rocks the island and destroys Kuasa and his band. Bob, Jimmy and Tura find a party of rescuers waiting on the beach, headed by aviation company president J. C. Martin (Jonathan Hale) and his daughter Eleanor (Virginia Vale as Dorothy Howe), Bob's fiancee. It soon becomes evident that Bob must choose between Tura and Elanor.
Border Cafe (1937) as Rocky Alton
Cowboys clash with gangsters and Boston snobs in the modern West.
Think Fast, Mr. Moto (1937) as Adram
Mr Moto encounters mysterious goings-on on a ship bound for Shanghai. He recognises his steward as the murderer of a man in San Francisco, and catches him trying to steal an important letter from the stateroom of another passenger, Robert Hitchings. Hitchings, son of the owner of the shipping line, falls in love with Gloria, who refuses to tell him anything about her life and disappears when they arrive in Shanghai. In Shanghai, Mr Moto uncovers the secret which links the murder in San Francisco, the mysterious letter, and Gloria.
Night Club Scandal (1937) as Jack Reed
Dr. Ernest Tindal kills his wife and plants clues pointing to her lover, Frank Marsh. Vera, Frank's sister, enlists the aid or reporter Russell Kirk in proving the innocence of her brother. Detective McKinley thinks that gangster Jack Reed is involved and shoots Reed when he attempts to escape. Reed gets away but goes to Dr. Tindal for treatment of his wound and Tindal kills him on the operating table. Kirk has uncovered some new evidence and confronts Tindal with it.
Sea Racketeers (1937) as Harry Durant
Crack-Up (1937) as Operative #77
Hideaway (1937) as Mike Clark, also known as John Knox
A homeless family tries to take over an abandoned house, only to discover it''''s a gangsters'''' hideaway.
Song of the City (1937) as Mario
A shipwrecked socialite becomes a man when he''''s pulled out of San Francisco Bay by Italian-American fishermen.
We Who Are About to Die (1937) as Nick Trotti
A San Quentin inmate''''s death row conviction is reversed.
Thunder Trail (1937) as Rafael Lopez
Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (1937) as Mikhail Valdin
An old enemy kidnaps Bulldog Drummond¿s fiancée.
The Return of Jimmy Valentine (1936) as Tony Scapelli
Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936) as Three Fingered Jack
A Mexican turns bandit when his wife is murdered.
Two in the Dark (1936) as Burt Mansfield
A man with amnesia fights to prove himself innocent of murder.
Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936) as Tom Holt
The Asian detective investigates threatening letters sent to a circus'''' owner.
Moonlight Murder (1936) as Bejac
A murderer strikes an opera company.
Absolute Quiet (1936) as Pedro
Murder follows when a plane filled with shady characters is forced to land on a tycoon's ranch.
Special Investigator (1936) as Edward J. Selton
A crooked criminal lawyer discovers his brother has been killed by one of the gangsters he kept out of prison.
Anthony Adverse (1936) as Major Doumet
An orphan runs off to a life of adventure, then returns to France in search of the girl he left behind.
Ramona (1936) as Juan Can
Half-Indian girl (Young) brought up in a wealthy household is loved by the son of the house (Taylor) against his family's wishes and loves another Indian (Ameche) employed by the household.
The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936) as Subahdar-Major Puran Singh
Two brothers love the same woman at a perilous Indian outpost.
Exclusive Story (1936) as Comos
A newspaper''''s attorney tries to get the goods on the numbers racket.
Front Page Woman (1935) as Robert [Cardoza]
Rival reporters try to scoop each other while covering a fire.
Under the Pampas Moon (1935) as Tito
The Crusades (1935) as Arab slave-seller
King Richard the Lionhearted launches a crusade to preserve Christianity in Jerusalem.
Behind the Green Lights (1935) as Sam Dover
Derived loosely from the popular-in-its-day autobiography of NY Police captain Cornelius W. "The Gang Buster" Willemse. Mary Kennedy, the daughter of police lieutenant Jim Kennedy, works for an unethical criminal attorney and is corrupted by the association. But she sees the light when she twists the law to obtain the acquittal of a client and the man later shoots her father. Mary then enlists the aid of Detective Dave Britten in hopes of bringing down the crooks for whom she works.
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935) as Grand Vizier
Three British soldiers in India fight invaders when not fighting each other.
Captain Blood (1935) as Cahusac
After being unjustly sentenced to prison, a doctor escapes and becomes a notorious pirate.
Little Big Shot (1935) as Bert
Small-time hoods turn nursemaid when a gangster's daughter is orphaned.
Confidential (1935) as Lefty
Special Agent (1935) as Durell
A government agent poses as a newspaperman to get the goods on a mobster.
Black Fury (1935) as Steve [Croner]
A coal worker gets mixed up in the mob''s efforts to infiltrate his union.
Hell in the Heavens (1934) as Sergeant Chevalier
Bachelor of Arts (1934) as Agitator
Marie Galante (1934) as Mate
Marie is kidnapped and taken aboard ship, then thrown off at Yucatan. She winds up singing in a cafe in the Panama Canal zone. There she gets involved in a plot to destroy the canal and runs into American intelligence officer Crawbett.
British Agent (1934) as Commissioner for War [Trotsky]
An Englishman falls in love with a Russian spy.
Return of the Terror (1934) as Steve [Scola]
Upper World (1934) as Lou [Colima]
A wealthy man escapes his wife's social pretensions in the arms of a burlesque queen.
The Defense Rests (1934) as Ballou
A sleazy lawyer's female assistant sets out to end his cheating ways.
Girl in Danger (1934) as Mike Russo
One Is Guilty (1934) as Jack Allan
Murder in Trinidad (1934) as Duval
The Hell Cat (1934) as Joe Morgan
Sleepers East (1934) as Carl Izzard
No Other Woman (1933) as Bonelli
A newly rich couple finds wealth drives them apart.
Notorious but Nice (1933) as Joe Charney
The Past of Mary Holmes (1933) as [Gary] Kent
The World Gone Mad (1933) as Ramon Salvadore
The Avenger (1933) as Hanley
The Mad Game (1933) as Chopper Allen
Bootlegger Ed Carson is sent to prison. His old gang turns from liquor (now legal) to kidnapping. When they nab the son and daughter-in-law of the judge who sent Carson to prison, he is paroled to help in the capture.
The Last Trail (1933) as John Ross
What's Your Racket (1933) as Dick Graves
Silent Men (1933) as Jack Wilder
The Whirlwind (1933) as "Injun"
The Big Chance (1933) as John Wilson
Infernal Machine (1933) as Bryan
Elmer the Great (1933) as Jerry
A country hick bats his way to baseball stardom.
Captured! (1933) as Guarand
While in a POW camp, a man discovers his best friend was his wife's lover.
Ann Vickers (1933) as Doctor Sorelle
A social worker's fight for reform is compromised by her love for a corrupt judge.
Frisco Jenny (1933) as Ed Harris
A district attorney prosecutes his own mother for murder.
Central Airport (1933) as Drunk
A World War I flyer can only find work as chauffeur to a lady sky diver.
Arizona to Broadway (1933) as Tommy [Monk]
The Devil's in Love (1933) as Salazar
The Famous Ferguson Case (1932) as Claude Wright
Two reporters interested in different stories write about a murder.
It's Tough to Be Famous (1932) as Lieutenant Blake
Fame complicates a naval hero''''s private life.
Afraid to Talk (1932) as Joe Zelli
The Mouthpiece (1932) as Tony
A crusading DA goes into private practice and succumbs to the temptations of corruption.
Two Seconds (1932) as Tony
In the last moments of his life, a criminal reviews the circumstances that led him to death row.
The Hatchet Man (1932) as Sun Yat Ming
When he''''s forced to kill his best friend, a Chinese hit man adopts the man''''s daughter.
Week-end Marriage (1932) as Joe
When her husband loses his job, a woman risks her marriage to become the breadwinner.
The Kid from Spain (1932) as Pedro
An innocent man accused of robbing banks masquerades as a bullfighter to escape the police.
Beast of the City (1932) as [Pietro] Cholo
A police captain leads the fight against a vicious gangland chief.
No Living Witness (1932) as Nick
Crooner (1932) as Nick Meyer
A saxophone player rises to fame as a singing star.
Tiger Shark (1932) as Tony
A tuna fisherman marries a woman in love with another man.
The Homicide Squad (1931) as Hugo
Gun Smoke (1931) as Mink Gordon
Following a killing and robbery in a big city back east, gang leader Kedge Darvas(William 'Stage' Boyd) and some of his henchies take a train to a small western town in Idaho, with intentions of hiding out there until things cool down back in Chi or NYC, or wherever they lammed from.They are welcomed with open arms by the citizens under the impression they are there as capital investors with money to spend. Before long, Darvas figues the town is ripe for the taking and sends word for reinforcements, and each arriving train unloads a few suits and snappy-brim hats.Then they get rough, kill Sheriff Posey Meed(Guy Oliver)and rile up the citizens, led by cowhand Brad Farley(Richard Arlen), who had Darvas spotted for a wrong number just by the way he made moves on Sue Vancey(Mary Brian.)
The Royal Bed (1931) as Laker
A European king tries to settles his family's problems while fighting off a peasant revolt.
Scotland Yard (1930) as Dr. Remur
Good Intentions (1930) as Charlie Hatrick

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Under the Pampas Moon (1935) as Stand-in for Warner Baxter

Cast (special)

Hanged Man, The (1964)
Siegel's second made-for-TV movie (his first, "The Killers," had been diverted to theatrical distribution, having originally been deemed too violent for television) is a remake of the chase melodrama "Ride the Pink Horse" (1947), set this time in New Orleans during Mardi Gras. A gunman sets out to a

Cast (short)

Star in the Night (1945)
In this short film, three cowboys see a bright light in the distance and decide to investigate on Christmas Eve. Vitaphone Release 1401A.
It May Happen to You (1937)
In this short film, mobsters convince a meat packing company employee to help them hijack a truckload of beef.
The Grand Bounce (1937)
In this short film, a man writes a check for $1,000 to cover a debt, but doesn''''t have enough money to cover it.

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