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Al "Fuzzy" St. John

Al "Fuzzy" St. John



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Also Known As: Died: January 21, 1963
Born: September 10, 1893 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Santa Ana, California, USA Profession: Cast ...


Director (feature film)

Speed (1919)

Cast (feature film)

When Comedy Was King (1960) as
A compilation of funny moments from the top comedians of the silent era.
The Frontier Phantom (1952) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
The Black Lash (1952) as Marshal Fuzzy Q. Jones
Professor Parker Wilson, a distinguished scholar, discovers a lost Akita puppy on his way home from work. Despite initial objections from Wilson's wife, Cate, Hachi endears himself to the Wilson family and grows to be Parker's loyal companion. As their bond grows deeper, a beautiful relationship unf
The Thundering Trail (1951) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Based on the true story of the 1987 Oxford University boat race mutiny and coach Dan Topolski's miraculous training of a haggard, rag-tag team into a winning outfit.
The Daltons' Women (1951) as Fuzzy
The Dalton gang has moved west taking new identities and Marshals Lash and Fuzzy are after them. They receive help from Pinkerton agent Joan Talbot as they try to sort out who the bad guys really are.
The Vanishing Outpost (1951) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Based on the true story of the 1987 Oxford University boat race mutiny and coach Dan Topolski's miraculous training of a haggard, rag-tag team into a winning outfit.
King of the Bullwhip (1950) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Marshals Lash and Fuzzy have been sent to bring in the masked whip wielding El Azote. When Lash displays his ability with his whip, he is hired to impersonate El Azote. This eventually brings the two together for the climatic whip fight.
Son of Billy the Kid (1949) as Fuzzy
Son of a Badman (1949) as Fuzzy
Outlaw Country (1949) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Frontier Revenge (1948) as "Fuzzy"
Dead Man's Gold (1948) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Mark of the Lash (1948) as "Fuzzy"
When Taggart closes off the rancher's water supply, Lash LaRue is sent for. Learning he is arriving, Taggart sends his gang to kill him. But they get the wrong man and Lash and Fuzzy set out to bring Taggart in. But he not only controls the town but has also appointed himself Sheriff.
Stage to Mesa City (1948) as "Fuzzy" Q. Jones
Lash and Fuzzy sent to help John Watson with his stage line arrive to find him murdered. Recognizing the outlaws they trail them to their leader Baxter. But before Baxter can tell who the big boss is he is shot. After getting the stage through to assure the mail contract, Lash now realizes who the boss is.
Pioneer Justice (1947) as Fuzzy
Judd and his gang are driving the ranchers away. When Lash and Fuzzy arrest them, the Sheriff lets them go. Lash expected this and he hopes to follow them to their leader, the person he is really after.
Law of the Lash (1947) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
When Decker's gang holds up a stage, henchman Lefty takes a lady's rings. Later lefty accidentally exposes the rings buying ammunition and Cheyenne sees them. When Lefty tries to shoot Cheyenne he is captured. Now Cheyenne wants the rest of the gang and their leader.
Return of the Lash (1947) as Fuzzy [Q. Jones]
To fight Kirby and his gang, Tom Grant sends for Cheyenne Davis. To get money the ranchers need, Davis brings in wanted outlaws and sends Fuzzy to collect the rewards. But Fuzzy is waylaid on the return and loses his memory. Now neither Cheyenne or the outlaws know where the money is.
Ghost Town Renegades (1947) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Cheyenne Takes Over (1947) as Fuzzy
The Fighting Vigilantes (1947) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Border Feud (1947) as Sheriff Fuzzy Q. Jones
Outlaws of the Plains (1946) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
A gang of swindlers led by Nord Finner (Charles King) take advantage of simple-minded Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) by "advising" him through a "mysterious voice" which he believes is that of a deceased Indian chief. Fuzzy persuades his fellow townsmen to join him in buying worthless property, but Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) comes trotting onto the scene.
My Dog Shep (1946) as Deputy
Prairie Badmen (1946) as Fuzzy Jones
Lightning Raiders (1946) as Fuzzy
Overland Riders (1946) as Fuzzy Jones
Billy arrives to buy Barkley's cattle and gets involved in Landreau's scheme to get Barkley's ranch. When Landreau kills Barkley he takes the money Billy paid him. But Billy had been wounded earlier and blood got on the money. Billy suspects Landreau and needs to get into his safe and see his money.
Terrors on Horseback (1946) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
When Fuzzy's niece is killed in a stage holdup, Billy and Fuzzy go after the killers. They catch Tryon only to have him shot before he can talk. When Gordon confesses he is also killed. But Billy has a plan. He announces Gordon is alive and will shortly name the killer.
Ghost of Hidden Valley (1946) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Dawson is running rustled cattle across the abandoned Trenton ranch and has given it the reputation of a ghost ranch to keep people away. When Henty Tenton arrives from England to take over the ranch, Dawson tries to get rid of him. But Billy and Fuzzy are on hand to help Henry and it's not long before they have to go into action.
Gentlemen with Guns (1946) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Prairie Rustlers (1945) as Fuzzy Jones
Shadows of Death (1945) as Fuzzy [Q.] Jones
Fighting Bill Carson (1945) as Fuzzy Jones
Gangster's Den (1945) as Fuzzy Jones
Border Badmen (1945) as Fuzzy [Q.] Jones
Fuzzy thinks he is the heir to a millionaire's fortune. When he and his friend Billy go to claim it, they encounter a swindler who wants the estate for himself.
His Brother's Ghost (1945) as Andy Jones/[Jonathan] Fuzzy [Q.] Jones
Thorne and his gang are wiping out the ranchers. When they get to the Jones ranch they wound Andy. When he dies Billy Carson has his brother Fuzzy become Andy's ghost. They then set out to bring in the gang.
Stagecoach Outlaws (1945) as Fuzzy Jones
Kirby sends his henchmen to break killer Matt Brawley out of jail. But Brawley has already broken out and they return with Fuzzy instead. Realizing they think he's Brawley, Fuzzy plays the part. He and Bill plan to round up the gang but Fuzzy is in trouble when the real Brawley shows up to expose the hoax.
Oath of Vengeance (1944) as Fuzzy Jones
Fuzzy opens a store only to find that everyone buys on credit. The absence of cash is due to the range war between the cattlemen and the farmers started by Kinney. The Sheriff being worthless, Billy is quickly drawn into the conflict.
Wild Horse Phantom (1944) as Fuzzy Jones
Billy Carson gets the Governor to let Daggett and his gang escape from prison in hopes that they will lead him to the money they got when they robbed the bank. Billy and Fuzzy trail the gang to an old mine, but it looks like Billy's plan will fail when Daggett is unable to remember where he hid the money.
Valley of Vengeance (1944) as Fuzzy Jones
Billy Carson arrives in King City looking for two men and kills them both. Caught by the Marshal he tells his story. When he and Fuzzy were boys, their wagon train was attacked and their parents killed. Years later the recently reunited boyhood friends get a clue as to their parents murderers and head to King City.
Thundering Gun Slingers (1944) as Doc Fuzzy Jones
Rustlers' Hideout (1944) as Fuzzy Jones
Bringing a herd of cattle to Dave Crockett, Billy halts before going through the pass where many herds have been rustled. He is right as there are two men after Crockett's ranch and packing plant which will be theirs if Crockett fails to pay off his note. When their attempt to get Crockett's son in financial trouble is broken up by Billy and their men fail to rustle the herd, they then poison the water hole.
Frontier Outlaws (1944) as Fuzzy Jones
The Drifter (1944) as Fuzzy Jones
Fuzzy Settles Down (1944) as Fuzzy Jones
Wishing to settle down, Fuzzy uses his reward money to buy a newspaper. He then raises money for the new telegraph line. When it is stolen, Barlowe incites the towns people to hang him. But his pal Billy Carson is at work to clear him.
Death Rides the Plains (1943) as Fuzzy Jones
Wild Horse Rustlers (1943) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
The Kid Rides Again (1943) as Fuzzy Jones
My Son, the Hero (1943) as The night clerk
Law of the Saddle (1943) as Fuzzy Jones
Raiders of Red Gap (1943) as Fuzzy Jones
Wolves of the Range (1943) as Fuzzy [Q.] Jones
Devil Riders (1943) as Fuzzy [Q.] Jones
The Renegades (1943) as Fuzzy [Q.] Jones
Cattle Stampede (1943) as Fuzzy Jones
Billy the Kid (Buster Crabbe) and Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) are on their way out of Arizona being chased by some riders who hope to cash in on the reward money for their capture. They are warned in time by Ed Dawson (Hansel Warner), but Ed is wounded in the getaway. They get a doctor to attend to Ed, who tells them there is a range war in progress across the border and that he is looking for men to help make a cattle drive to the rail junction. Agreeing to help, they head for the Dawson ranch and run across a Dawson man who has been killed from ambush. Mary Dawson (Frances Gladwin), Ed's sister, thinks they did it but they convince her of their innocence. The news of the killing causes ranch foreman Brandon (Charles King), secretly working for the rustlers, to try and get the rest of the Dawson hands to quit, but Billy intercedes and agrees to take the cattle through for Sam Dawson (Ed Cassidy). Brandon and Coulter (Glenn Strange) have their henchmen stampede the cattle on the drive and Elkins (Frank Ellis), one of Coulter's men, meets with Billy after the stampede and suggests his boss will buy up what cattle are left. Fuzzy also meets a couple of ranchers who have had the same proposition made to them. Coulter later recognizes Billy as the wanted Billy the Kid, and makes an offer for them to work together. Billy sees this as a way to smash the gang and agrees, provided he gets a cut of the Dawson herd. Billy and Fuzzy hold up a stage to keep the cattle money out of the hands of the Coulter gang, but Coulter, realizing he has been double-crossed, kidnaps Mary.
Fugitive of the Plains (1943) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Western Cyclone (1943) as Fuzzy Q. Jones
Blazing Frontier (1943) as Fuzzy [Q.] Jones
Billy the Kid Trapped (1942) as Fuzzy [Jones]
Stanton breaks Billy and his two friends Fuzzy and Jeff out of jail. He wants them free so three of his men can impersonate them for the robberies and murders he has planned.
Stagecoach Express (1942) as Dusty Jenkins
Valley of the Sun (1942) as Man on street
A government spy goes after a crooked Indian agent in Arizona.
Sheriff of Sage Valley (1942) as Fuzzy Jones
Jesse James, Jr. (1942) as Pop Sawyer
Outlaws of Boulder Pass (1942) as Fuzzy Jones
Harkness controls Boulder Pass and his men are overcharging the ranches for its usage. When Tom Cameron steps in to rob the tollgate keepers and return the money to the ranchers, he gets caught.
Border Roundup (1942) as Fuzzy Jones
In this 10th film of PRC's "Lone Rider" series, crooked banker Masters (I. Stanford Jolley) learns from rancher Jeff Sloane (John Elliott) that he and his partner, Sourdough (Jimmy Aubrey), have discovered a gold mine. Masters has his henchman Blackie (Charles King) and his gang, kill Sourdough and take Sloane a prisoner to force him to reveal the location of the gold strike. Masters tries to frame Smoky Moore (Dennis Moore) for the murder, by planting on him the gun used in the murder by Indian Pete (Nick Thompson), but his pals Tom Cameron/The Lone Rider (George Houston) and Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) rescue him as the gang is taking him to the sheriff (Edward Peil.) After talking to Sloane's daughter, Amy (Patricia Knox), Tom is convinced that Masters is behind the killing and is also holding the old man a prisoner somewhere. He and his two pals set out to find and free Sloane and to also prove Masters' guilt.
Overland Stagecoach (1942) as Fuzzy Jones
The Mysterious Rider (1942) as Fuzzy [Q.] Jones
The Lone Rider in Texas Justice (1942) as Fuzzy Jones
The Lone Rider and the Bandit (1942) as Fuzzy Jones
The Lone Rider in Cheyenne (1942) as Fuzzy Jones
Arizona Terrors (1942) as Hardtack
Law and Order (1942) as Fuzz [Fuzzy] Jones
In this entry in PRC's "Billy the Kid" series (aka "Billy the Kid in Law and Order" but known nowhere as "Billy the Kid's Law and Order") Billy the Kid (Buster Crabbe) and his pals Jeff Travis (Dave O'Brien as Tex O'Brien) and Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John), are arrested and brought to Ft. Culver, where Billy is amazed to discover that he and the post commander, Lt. Ted Morrison (Buster Crabbe), are exact doubles. Learning of a plot to swindle Aunt Mary Todd (Sarah Padden), a rich, blind relative of Morrison's, by marrying her off to imposter Simms (Hal Price) instead of her sweetheart George Fremont (George Morrell) who is on his way to her ranch, Billy and his pals escape and head for the ranch. Mil Crawford (Charles King), head of the gang scheming to get hold of the blind woman's fortune through Simms, has two men hold up the stage and kill Fremont and Morrison. Finding the bodies, Billy impersonates Morrison, and Crawford is furious when he sees Billy and mistakes him for the nephew, figuring his men had failed.The next day Linda (Wanda McKay), the niece of Fremont, arrives for the wedding and Billy meets her stagecoach and arranges for her to denounce Simms as an imposter.
A Missouri Outlaw (1941) as Dan Willoughby
The Apache Kid (1941) as Dangle
Remade, with only slight revisions in names and relationships, in 1953 as "Old Overland Trail" with Rex Allen, "The Apache Kid" has Pete Dawson (Don 'Red' Barry) leading a group of friends and neighbors westward from a dust-ravished Missouri to settle Rock Creek, a frontier town in the Oregon territory. Pete has been induced to make this move by his uncle, Joe Walker (Robert Fiske), who ran afoul of the law twenty years past, but is presumably now a honest citizen. In reality, he is the same crook he was in the past. He and his partner, Nick Barter (Leroy Mason), obtain a government contract to build a road through the territory and are exploiting the settlers and forcing them to work on the road gang for little or no pay, through the use of script money they issue. The purpose for luring Pete and his friends is to obtain more labor. Walker has his henchmen, disguised as Indians, raid the wagon train, stampede the stock and destroy the supply wagon, and the distitute group reaches Rock Creek and are dependent on Walker's dubious largesse in giving them jobs on his road gang. When government funds to pay the workers comes through, Walker has his gang hold up the gold-carrying coach, and forces the laborers to accept script redeemable at one-fourth of its face value. Pete becomes aware of what is happening, so when the next payroll shipment comes through he holds up the coach himself before Walker's henchmen have a chance to, and sends the money into town to the sheriff (Monte Montague), so that the workers will be paid in real money. He continues this procedure week after week and Walker posts a huge reward for the bandit whom he calls "The Apache Kid." Pete places the true facts before the United States Road Commissioner (Forbes Murray), who helps him depose the Walker-Barter regime. Pete marries Barbara Taylor (Lynn Merrick), daughter of one of the immigrants (John Elliott.)
Robbers of the Range (1941) as
Railroad agents frame a landowner who wont sell out to them.
The Lone Rider Ambushed (1941) as Fuzzy
The Lone Rider Rides On (1941) as Fuzzy [Jones]
The Lone Rider Fights Back (1941) as Fuzzy [Q. Jones]
Billy the Kid's Range War (1941) as Fuzzy [Q. Jones]
Williams is out to stop Ellen Goreham from completing her road that is under construction and is using a man to impersonate Billy the Kid. When Billy sees the wanted posters and learns of the murders he supposedly committed, he sets out to find the imposter. His sidekick Fuzzy is there to help him but his friend Jeff, now a Marshal, is also after him.
The Lone Rider in Ghost Town (1941) as Fuzzy [Jones]
Tom and Fuzzy investigate a ghost town which, in this case, is supposedly haunted by real ghosts. The town is an outlaw gang's hideout, and they scare folks away to protect their mine.
Billy the Kid in Santa Fe (1941) as Fuzzy [Jones]
Billy the Kid Wanted (1941) as Fuzzy
Billy the Kid's Fighting Pals (1941) as Fuzzy
Billy, Fuzzy, and Jeff are on the run from the law again. This time they travel to a new town where Fuzzy is made Marshal. But Hardy and his outlaw gang control the town and none of the previous Marshals survived for very long.
Billy the Kid's Round-Up (1941) as Fuzzy [Q. Jones]
Murder on the Yukon (1940) as Bill
Friendly Neighbors (1940) as Smokey
Billy the Kid Outlawed (1940) as Fuzzy Jones
Li'l Abner (1940) as Joe Smithpan
Marked Men (1940) as Gimpy
Texas Terrors (1940) as Frosty
Billy the Kid in Texas (1940) as Fuzzy [Jones]
Trigger Pals (1939) as Fuzzy
Kent wants the Allen ranch. So he has Steve and his men rustle their cattle using Pete as an informant. When the Trigger Pals Lucky, Stormy, and Fuzzy fight back, Kent frames Stormy for the rustling.
Oklahoma Terror (1939) as Fuzzy
The Rangers' Round-Up (1938) as Fuzzy
Songs and Bullets (1938) as Fuzzy
Knight of the Plains (1938) as Fuzzy
Gunsmoke Trail (1938) as Tip [Fuzzy]
Learning of Walters' inheritance, Larson kills him and assumes his identity. When Larson's men try to kill Walter's niece Lola, Jack Lane breaks it up. This leads to a showdown with Jack outnumbered by Larson and his gang. Having saved Loma's life earlier, he has Fuzzy ride for him and his men.
Start Cheering (1938) as Station master
Fed up with Hollywood, a movie star enrolls in a small-town college.
Frontier Scout (1938) as Whiney Roberts
After fighting in the Civil War, Wild Bill Hickok and Whiney head west to investigate missing cattle herds. There they meet their war buddy Norris who is now in the cattle business. When he is unable to explain the missing herds, Bill goes into action.
Call of the Yukon (1938) as Joe
Exposed (1938) as Bum
A Lawman Is Born (1937) as Elias Root
The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1937) as Uncle Billy
A former lowlife adopts a child to help him go straight.
Saturday's Heroes (1937) as Andy Jones
A college football star rebels against the exploitation of the game and its players.
Sing, Cowboy, Sing (1937) as Biff
Moonlight on the Range (1937) as Fuzzy Jones
The Roaming Cowboy (1937) as Fuzzy
Fred Scott, Al ''Fuzzy'' St. John, Lois January, Forrest Taylor, Roger Williams. A pair of drifters known as Cal and Fuzzy wander into a frontier community and become embroiled in a dispute between local homesteaders and corrupt landowners.
The Fighting Deputy (1937) as Fuzzy
Pinto Rustlers (1936) as Mack
A Face in the Fog (1936) as
Cast members of a show at the Alden theatre are being terrorized by a hunchback killer known as the Fiend, using frozen bullets, and two have been killed. Newspaper reporters Jean Monroe (June Collyer), drama editor, and Frank Gordon (Lloyd Hughes), accompanied by a dumb photographer, Elmer (Al St. John) are on the story. Jean receives a note from Ted Wallington, the star of the play,"Satan's Bride", to meet him. From him, she learns the note was a fake, the lights go out and the Fiend strikes again as Wallington slumps to the floor dead. Peter Fortune (Lawrence Gray), the author of the show, who has helped the police solve previous cases, agrees to assist on this case, but insists on working alone. Jean and Frank have taken rooms at the Globe Hotel, where Reardon (Jack Mulhall), an actor, is also a resident. A telephone message for Frank turns out to be a ruse in the hopes of getting him out of the hotel. Reardon suggests calling the police but, while phoning, his finger is holding the receiver hook down. Meanwhile, Elmer calls Frank and the reporter is dumbfounded to hear his phone ring while Reardon is apparently talking to Police Captain Davis (John Elliott.) A fight ensues and Reardon escapes. This gives the hunchbacked terror a chance to slip in the room to make another attempt on Jean's life, but the shot misses. Fortune has some pictures of Reardon donning the Fiend's flowing robe, and Reardon is taken into custody. During an re-enactment of the Wallington murder, Reardon is killed and another theory is exploded. Frank discovers a cigarette case, belonging to Fortune, and his investigation reveals the Fortune's brother had been killed in a fire in a theatre owned by Cooke and Baker, the producers of the show.
The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936) as
A detective teams with his ex-wife to solve a murder.
Trail Dust (1936) as Al
When Hoppy agrees to lead a large cattle drive north he runs into lots of trouble. First Anderson and Wilson join the drive to do what damage they can. Then Lewis and his men posing as Tail officials try to cut out part of the herd. When Hoppy sees through this ruse, they rustle some cattle and burn the camp.
Millionaire Kid (1936) as Mr. Matthews
West of Nevada (1936) as Walla Walla [Wiggins]
When a gang tries to rob Haldain, Jim and Walla Walla break it up. Haldain is carrying stuffed animals and Jim's suspicion that they are stuffed with gold is soon confirmed. The gang's boss is banker Cutting and he is after Haldain's gold. He also receives Jim's mail at his bank and changes one of Jim's letters to make it look like Jim is after the gold. His sends Haldain's daughter after her father thereby leading the gang to the secret gold field.
Hopalong Cassidy Returns (1936) as Luke
When a miner is murdered before he can file his claim, Editor Saunders sends for Hoppy. Now the new Marshal, Hoppy learns Lilli Marsh owns the murdered miner's claim and her henchman Blackie was the killer. After Hoppy and the ranchers take care of Blackie's gang, Hoppy goes alone to face Blackie and Lilli.
Midnight Phantom (1935) as Radio Officer Jones
Trigger Tom (1935) as Stub Macey
Four lifelong friends share one very special summer. Introduced as babies who were born to mothers who met in a prenatal aerobics class, the four grew up together and developed an enduring bond despite their distinctly different emerging personalities. Now, after years of sharing every triumph and l
The Law of 45's (1935) as Stony [Martin]
She Gets Her Man (1935) as Teller
The Wanderer of the Wasteland (1935) as Tattooer
Bar 20 Rides Again (1935) as Cinco
Rancher Arnold sends for Hoppy and Red to help fight the cattle rustler Nevada and his gang. Hoppy poses as a gambler to get on Nevada's ranch and meet the snuff taking boss who pictures himself another Napoleon. Hoppy's smoke signal alerts Arnold's men leading to a massive gunfight.
His Private Secretary (1933) as Garage owner
Dick Wallace wants to marry a minister's grand-daughter but his father, who wants him to get work on his company's business, is opposed. She takes a job with the company to prove she's okay.
Riders of Destiny (1933) as Bert
Badguy Kincaid controls the local water supply and plans to do in the other ranchers. Government agent Saunders shows up undercover to do in Kincaid and win the heart of one of his victims Fay Denton.
Public Stenographer (1933) as Country hick
Police Court (1932) as Skid
Riders of the Desert (1932) as Slim
The Painted Desert (1931) as Buck
A cowboy and his girlfriend try to settle a feud between their fathers.
Aloha (1931) as A sailor
Son of the Plains (1931) as Drunk
The Land of Missing Men (1930) as Buckshot
Oklahoma Cyclone (1930) as Slim
Jimmy Henderson is looking for his missing father. Suspecting McKim, he joins his gang posing as the outlaw the Oklahoma Cyclone. The gang members take a dislike to him except for Slim who becomes his friend, a friend he will need when the showdown begins.
Hell Harbor (1930) as Bunion
A pirate''''s descendent tries to force his daughter into a marriage for money.
The Dance of Life (1929) as Bozo
She Goes to War (1929) as Bill
Hello Cheyenne (1928) as Zip Coon
Casey Jones (1928) as Jock MacTavish
Painted Post (1928) as Joe Nimble
American Beauty (1927) as Waiter
Curses (1925)
The Garden of Weeds (1924) as Nat Barlow
Waiters' Ball, The (1916)
In this silent short, two waiters fight over a tuxedo and a girl.
He Did and He Didn't (1916)
In this silent short, when a doctor eats too much, he dreams that his wife is unfaithful.
Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914) as
In this silent film, a con man dupes a wealthy country girl into marriage.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Robbers of the Range (1941) as Stunt double
Railroad agents frame a landowner who wont sell out to them.

Cast (short)

Buzzin' Around (1933)
In his rush to demonstrate his invention of "wonder liquid," a country boy unknowingly grabs a jar of moonshine instead in this short film. Vitaphone Release 1509-1510.
The High Sign (1921)
An amusement park employee tries to save a pretty girl and her father from mobsters.
Butcher Boy, The (1917)
The gang heads off for a holiday road trip together, which very quickly turns into a total nightmare, in more ways than one.
A Bird's a Bird (1915)
In this short silent comedy, man has numerous misadventures when he attempts to buy a turkey for dinner.
Shot in the Excitement (1914)
Two suitors fight over a woman in this silent comedic short.
His Sister's Kids (1913)
A man''''s sister brings her two boys over to his office who spend a lot of time and effort in ruining his practice in this short silent comedy.

Writer (short)

Run, Girl, Run (1928)
A women''''s track team is preparing for a big meet against a rival college, but the coach is having trouble getting her team ready in this silent short comedy.

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