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Director (feature film)

Daughter of the West (1949) as Dialogue Director
Blonde Ice (1948) as Dialogue Director

Cast (feature film)

Lad: A Dog (1962) as The Poacher
Peter Breck, Peggy McCay, Carroll O''Connor, Angela Cartwright, Maurice Dallimore. A crippled girl is restored to good health and happiness through the love of a neighbor''s faithful collie. Based on the popular children''s novel by Albert Payson Terhune.
From the Terrace (1960) as Cab driver
A financial wizard is tempted to sacrifice his career for an affair.
Inherit the Wind (1960) as Salesman
In the twenties, a schoolteacher creates a national furor when he breaks the law against teaching evolution.
Cimarron (1960) as Wyatt's man
A pioneer couple plays a major role in the settling of Oklahoma.
Key Witness (1960) as Recorder
A street gang pressures the man whose testimony could put them behind bars.
Return of the Fly (1959) as Granville
Attempting to duplicate his father''''s work on matter transmission, a scientist turns himself into a monster.
Inside the Mafia (1959) as Joe, the barber
A mobster out to rule the underworld takes hostages at an international airport.
North by Northwest (1959) as Steward
An advertising man is mistaken for a spy, triggering a deadly cross-country chase.
Andy Hardy Comes Home (1958) as Man in plane
In a sequel to the popular film series, Andy Hardy returns to Carvel to negotiate a land deal.
Auntie Mame (1958) as Workman
An eccentric heiress raises her nephew to be a free spirit.
Designing Woman (1957) as Reporter
A sportswriter and a fashion designer have a lot of adjusting to do when they marry in haste.
House of Numbers (1957) as Zimmerman
A man tries to spring his twin brother from prison.
The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) as Louie
Charles Lindbergh risks his life to complete his historic flight from New York to Paris.
Raintree County (1957) as Photographer
In this sumptuous Civil War story, a willful southern belle goes mad out of fear that she may be part black.
Man on Fire (1957) as Club parking attendant
A divorced man fights for custody of his son when his ex-wife remarries.
The Enemy Below (1957) as Hurrying seaman
During World War II, an American destroyer meets a German U-Boat.
Meet Me in Las Vegas (1956) as Meek husband
A ballerina becomes a gambler's lucky charm.
The Opposite Sex (1956) as Drunk
In this musical remake of The Women, a happily married singer lets her catty friends convince her to file for divorce.
Ransom! (1956) as Bettor
A wealthy couple tries to cope with the press and the police when their son is kidnapped.
The Harder They Fall (1956) as Reporter
A cynical press agent exposes inhuman conditions in the boxing game.
Sincerely Yours (1955) as Museum guard
Hearing loss creates professional and romantic crises for a concert pianist.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955) as Burglar
Harry and Willie buy the Edison Movie Studio in the year 1912 from Joseph Gorman, a confidence man. They follow Gorman to Hollywood where, as stunt men, they find him directing movies as Sergei Trumanoff and stealing the studio payroll.
The Big Bluff (1955) as Master of ceremonies
I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955) as Taxi driver
True story of singer Lillian Roth''''s battle against alcoholism.
Ain't Misbehavin' (1955) as The Gardener
The Boy from Oklahoma (1954) as
A mild mannered law student doesn''''t know what he''''s in for when he gets himself elected sheriff in a frontier town run by an outlaw gang.
The Snow Creature (1954) as Edwards
Two scientists steal the Yeti their Sherpas have found, and take it back to the USA in a big fridge. It escapes, of course, into the sewers from where it periodically emerges to commit rape and pillage.
Tobor the Great (1954) as Scientist
As projected here, a thinly-disguised NASA, working with nuclear rockets, is ready for manned flights in the mid-fifties...but Dr. Ralph Harrison doesn't think so, and resigns in protest. Colleague Prof. Nordstrom promptly enlists his aid in developing an alternative robot Spaceman! Naturally, foreign spies are keenly interested... Uses documentary footage of early space research.
Killers from Space (1954) as Power house guard
Atomic scientist Doug Martin is missing after his plane crashes while on an investigatory mission after a nuclear test. Showing up at the base later, he is given sodium pentathol after being caught in espionage activities. He is not believed as he relates how he was captured by aliens who plan on conquering Earth by using giant animals and insects.
Ricochet Romance (1954) as Delivery man
The Big Chase (1954) as Monty
Law and Order (1953) as Allie Marshall
Having cleaned up Tombstone, marshal Frame Johnson quits after an attempted lynching, and hopes to settle down on a ranch near Cottonwood with his sweetheart Jeannie. Before he can do so, it looks like he may have to clean up Cottonwood too. But how great a sacrifice will he make for law and order?
Fast Company (1953) as Seller
The heiress to a racing stable uncovers underhanded dealings.
Calamity Jane (1953) as Bartender
The Wild West heroine helps bring a star attraction to Deadwood and finds love.
Phantom from Space (1953) as [Joe] Wakeman
An alien being lands in Santa Monica. Killing two people who attacked him due to the menacing appearance of his spacesuit, the creature takes it off while being pursued by government authorities, revealing himself to be invisible.
Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick (1952) as College Inn patron
Country bumpkin Aaron Slick (Alan Young) has been unsuccessfully courting pretty young widow Josie Beery (Dinah Shore) for years. Josie yearns for a fling in the big city. With $20,000 from a crooked deal stashed in their trunk, Bill Merridew (Robert Merrill) and his "kissing cousin" Gladys (Adele Jergens), stars, in a relative sense, of a touring tent show stop at Josie's farm. Merridew, actually hiding out, thinks there is oil on the farm and Aaron, knowing otherwise, tricks him into buying the farm for a large sum. Josie takes the money and runs to Chicago, with Merridew, realizing he was tricked, in hot pursuit. Aaron arrives in time to keep Josie from letting Merridew "invest" her money.
Phone Call from a Stranger (1952) as Doorman
David Trask, the sole survivor of an airplane crash, takes it upon himself to contact the families of the various victims. He is quite surprised at who he finds: the wife and son of a troubled doctor; a domineering mother-in-law of an aspiring actress; and the invalid wife of an obnoxious traveling salesman.
The Lion and the Horse (1952) as
A cowboy fights to save a wild horse from its exploitative owner.
Retreat, Hell! (1952) as Doctor
Just Across the Street (1952) as Caretaker
No Room for the Groom (1952) as Customer at bar
Alvah, a young GI who happens to own a vineyard, elopes to Las Vegas with Lee, his housekeeper's daughter. But Alvah's chicken pox postpone the wedding night. The rest revolves around more delays to the consummation, caused by Lee's manipulative Mama and the flock of mostly obnoxious relatives with whom she's filled the house.
The Sellout (1952) as Customer
A small-town newspaper editor risks everything to expose a corrupt sheriff.
Carson City (1952) as Bartender
When the local stagecoach is raided by bandits, a western banker sinks all of his capital into a railway line.
Here Come the Nelsons (1952) as
The entire Nelson family become embroiled in confusion by the misunderstandings caused when Ozzie invites the attractive grown-up sister of a school chum to stay with the family during a centennial celebration in the community of Hillsdale. Meanwhile, Harriet unknowingly duplicates Ozzie's hospitality by extending an invitation to a male guest. The tranquility of the Nelson home is shattered when Ozzie and Harriet are pitted against one another in a game of tolerance while trying to keep their emotions at bay. Meanwhile, Ricky is kidnapped at the Fair by a pair of hoodlums, who have come to rob the Fair office.
Willie and Joe Back at the Front (1952) as Driver/mailman
World War II is over; to get home quickly, GIs Willie and Joe (of cartoon fame) join the "inactive reserve." Just firmly settled back into civilian life, they're recalled for a new bout of basic training at a base in Japan. From then on, the boys are in and out of one scrape after another...topped by innocent involvement with glamorous Nida, a Eurasian Mata Hari, and her sinister friends.
My Man and I (1952) as Bank teller
A Mexican-American laborer fights for his dignity.
Scarlet Angel (1952) as Jepson
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...
Bonzo Goes to College (1952) as Elevator operator
In this fantasy-toned sequel, former lab chimp Bonzo, now literate (!), runs away from a carnival sideshow and hops a banana truck. He lands in college town Pawlton and is adopted by the granddaughter of football coach 'Pop' Drew, who sorely needs good players. Obvious but pleasant slapstick follows.
We're Not Married! (1952) as Photographer
A Justice of the Peace performed weddings a few days before his license was valid. A few years later five couples learn they have never been legally married. Annabel Norris, already Mrs. Mississippi and ready to enter the Mrs. America contest, is now free to enter the Miss Mississippi contest.
Strictly Dishonorable (1951) as Gateman
An opera star risks disaster when he marries a lovesick fan.
Royal Wedding (1951) as Pop
A brother-and-sister musical team find romance when they tour to London for Elizabeth II's wedding.
Texas Carnival (1951) as Person in lobby
A penniless carnival worker runs up a mountain of debts when he's mistaken for a millionaire.
Cause for Alarm! (1951) as Elderly man
A woman fights to intercept a letter in which her husband tries to prove her guilty of murder.
Iron Man (1951) as
In Coaltown, Pennsylvania, miner Coke Mason hopes to better himself, buy a radio store, and marry Rose Warren. His gambler brother George thinks Coke can be more successful as a boxer, knowing that when he fights he's consumed with a murderous rage that makes him an "iron man." Seeing dollar signs in Rose's eyes, Coke reluctantly agrees, though he's fearful of the "killer instinct" that makes him a knockout success in the ring...and brings him the booing hatred of the fans. Will Coke throw off his personal demon before he kills someone?
Father Takes the Air (1951) as Customer
Half Angel (1951) as Bartender
A prim and proper lady has an alter ego that comes out while she sleepwalks.
Pickup (1951) as Doctor
Low-budget, tabloid-lurid story with high camp value of older man falling for much younger beauty who's busy figuring out how she can kill him now that they're married. Nasty verbal encounters and above all, Beverly Michaels, spike up this flick.
Rhubarb (1951) as Officer
Rich, eccentric T.J. Banner adopts a feral cat who becomes an affectionate pet. Then T.J. dies, leaving to Rhubarb most of his money and a pro baseball team, the Brooklyn Loons. When the team protests, publicist Eric Yeager convinces them Rhubarb is good luck. But Eric's fiancée Polly seems to be allergic to cats, and the team's success may mean new hazards for Rhubarb.
Badman's Gold (1951) as Professor
Unable to cope with a series of raids on stagecoaches hauling gold to the U. S. Mint, Sheriff Masters (Verne Teters) appeals to the U. S. Marshal's office for help. The Marshal assigns his best man, Johnny (John Carpenter), to the job of discovering the hiding place of the stolen gold and bringing the outlaws to justice. Johnny enlists the aid of Bess Benson (Alyn Lockwood) and her brother Bob (Troy Tarrell). Bess insists on taking her pack dog, Daisy. The foursome then goes to the territory controlled by Sheriff Masters.
Street Bandits (1951) as Muller
You Never Can Tell (1951) as
Poisoned after inheriting its master''''s estate, a dog comes back to Earth to find its killer.
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) as
An alien demands that Earth''''s leaders choose between peace and destruction.
Painting the Clouds with Sunshine (1951) as Doorman
Three chorus girls hit Las Vegas in search of rich husbands.
Love Nest (1951) as Mr. Clark
Newlyweds try to manage a New York apartment building and its eccentric tenants.
Mister 880 (1950) as Court clerk
A beloved old man is secretly Mister 880, an amateurish counterfeiter.
Once a Thief (1950) as Eddie
A hard-luck woman falls for a con man.
The Yellow Cab Man (1950) as
An inventor's unbreakable glass attracts the attention of businessmen and gangsters.
Key to the City (1950) as Mayor
Two mayors meet and fall in love during a convention in San Francisco.
Please Believe Me (1950) as Man on street
Three men pursue a shipboard romance with a woman they think is an heiress.
Love That Brute (1950) as Policeman
In 1928, Big Ed Hanley (Paul Douglas), boss of a gang of Chicago racketeers, has money and power, but he is bored. Watching some kids play in the park, he sees Ruth Manning (Jean Peters) and is interested at once. He tells her he has a couple of kids and gives her the job of taking care of them. He moves Mamie (Joan Davis) in as a housekeeper, but the best he can scrape up as a son is Harry, a pint-sized monster. A couple of henchmen sent by to rub Big Ed out by his rival, Pretty Willie (Cesar Romero), are relieved of their hardware by Quentin (Arthur Treacher), Ed's butler, and Bugs, his right-hand man. They march them downstairs, supposedly to drop in the river, but actually leave them in a very nice jail maintained by Ed for gangsters who drop by to rub him out. Ed's problems include keeping Ruth, who has begun to like him, from finding out about his activities, increasing his family and keeping uninvited guests from dropping by.
Summer Stock (1950) as Producer
A farmer gets sucked into show business when a theatrical troupe invades her farm.
Right Cross (1950) as Turnkey
A boxer's ego battles his love for his manager's daughter.
Two Weeks with Love (1950) as Guest
Two sisters find romance during a turn-of-the-century family vacation.
Tea for Two (1950) as Truck driver
An heiress has to say no to every question for 24 hours if she wants to star on Broadway.
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950) as Policeman
Against her widowed father's wishes, a vaudeville star's daughter takes to the stage.
No Way Out (1950) as
A racist gangster forces a black doctor to tend to his injuries.
For Heaven's Sake (1950) as House detective
An angel''''s earthly mission takes a wrong turn when he falls in love with mortal life.
Champagne for Caesar (1950) as Scratch, T Man
What happens when the man who knows everything goes on a quiz show that doubles your cash prize every time a you answer a question correctly? Beauregard Bottomly is that man & what happens is you end up with 40 million dollars at stake.
Colorado Territory (1949) as Fireman
An outlaw just released from prison is sucked back into a life of crime in this remake of High Sierra.
Tension (1949) as Man in drugstore
A man who had planned to murder his wife's lover becomes the prime suspect when somebody beats him to it.
Search for Danger (1949) as Drunk
Chicken Every Sunday (1949) as Moving man
A woman takes in boarders to support her husband''''s harebrained financial schemes.
Duke of Chicago (1949) as Fight Doctor
Any Number Can Play (1949) as Poker player
The owner of a gambling casino tries to win back his estranged wife and child.
Tenth Avenue Angel (1948) as Cop
A child of the tenements helps an ex-con find a new life.
The Man I Love (1947) as Flynn, the bartender
A night-club singer gets involved with a mobster.
Nora Prentiss (1947) as Reporter
An ambitious singer ruins a doctor''''s life.
Wake Up and Dream (1946) as Conductor
Henry Pecket (Clem Bevans) keeps a land-bound, home-made sloop in the backyard of his boarding house ran by widow Sara March (Charlotte Greenwood), who is tolerant of the fancied trips around the world taken by her "ancient mariner" boarder. Little Nella Cairn (Connie Marshall,)another boarder, is his constant companion on the sloop's "trips." When her brother, Jeff Cairn (John Payne), enlists in the Navy, Nella is sent to board with a cousin, but is unhappy and returns to the boarding house. Pecket sends for Jenny (June Haver), a waitress for Mr. Agrippa (Oliver Blake) at his lunchroom and sweetheart of Jeff. Pecket and Jenny together decide to take care of Nella, when she receives a telegram from the War Department advising that Jeff is missing in action. To console the young girl, Pecket tells her they'll sail out to a wonderful island he knows about where he is sure Jeff can be found. The widow March, incensed about gossip she hears that Pecket is entertaining women guests on his boat, sells it to Mr. Agrippa, who wants to make a hamburger stand out of it. He has a man install wheels on it and plans to tow it away the next day. Pecket, Jenny and Nella have a meeting on the boat, a storm blows up, and since the sails are set, the "Sara March" puts out to "sea,", where it becomes "reefed" in a haystack. A young itinerant dentist, Howard Williams (John Ireland), offers to tow them but runs out of gas just as they reach Dignman's Ferry. He suggests they launch the boat, and all hands, including Williams, who comes in handy when they encounter a scientist in need of dental work, set sail on an enchanted voyage for Pecket's rendezvous find Jeff.
Cinderella Jones (1946) as
A woman can claim inheritance only if she marries a genius.
Deadline at Dawn (1946) as Snoring man
An aspiring actress risks her life to clear a sailor charged with murder.
The Hoodlum Saint (1946) as Reporter
After finding religion, a cynical newspaperman tries to help young hoods.
Never Say Goodbye (1946) as Bartender
A husband tries to win back his wife before she can divorce him.
An Angel Comes to Brooklyn (1945) as Cyrano
Gangs of the Waterfront (1945) as Detective
Gang Leader Dutch Malone (Robert Armstrong) goes on a hunting trip and is in a car wreck and is confined to the hospital, without the knowledge of any of his gang members. District Attorney Brady (William Forrest) induces taxidermist Peter Winkly (also Robert Armstrong), who is an exact double for Malone,to impersonate Dutch and assume leadership of the gang. Winkly "takes over" the gang and only Rita (Marian Martin), Dutch's girl friend, has any suspicion that he is not really Dutch. But Dutch sees a newspaper showing him out on the town, escapes from the hospital and is on his way to look up the imposter.
Road to Alcatraz (1945) as Man in window
The Cheaters (1945) as Santa Claus
An unemployed actor tries to save a young innocent from greedy relations.
Within These Walls (1945) as Conductor
Shine on Harvest Moon (1944) as Policeman in "Big Night" number
Song-filled look behind the scenes of vaudeville, based on the lives of Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth.
I Dood It (1943) as Pudgy man
A tailor nurses an unrequited crush on a stage star.
The Ghost Rider (1943) as Patrick McNally
The first of a long-running series of Monogram-produced westerns starring Johnny Mack Brown and Raymond Hatton that replaced the Rough Riders series following the death of Buck Jones in the Boston night club fire. Though the next three years featured Brown (as Nevada Jack McKenzie) and Hatton (in his Sandy Hopkins role from the Rough Riders series) as undercover marshals in some form or another, this initial entry had Brown as a lone rider seeking vengeance and he and Hatton's characters were unknown to each other through most of the film. Hopkins offer McKenzie a marshal's job at the end of the film, which the Brown character declined and rode off alone on his quest. This quest didn't take long as by the next film in the series Nevada Jack McKenzie was a full-fledged U. S. Marshal.
Six Gun Gospel (1943) as Ben Dailey
Shipments of gold from Goldville are being hijacked by a gang secretly headed by Ace Benton (Kenneth Macdonald), the town's leading citizen. Benton is also trying to acquire all the town property, as he knows the railroad is planning a line through there. U.S. Marshals Nevada Jack McKenzie (Johnny Mack Brown) and Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton) are sent in, with Sandy posing as a preacher. Mine owner Bill Simms (Kernan Cripps) is almost wiped out by previous holdups and Dan Baxter (Eddie Dew), in love with Simms' daughter Jane (Inna Guest), offers to drive the next stage shipment and Sandy is to ride shotgun. Benton's gang, headed by Durkin (Roy Barcroft) intends to rob the stage.
West of the Law (1942) as John Corbett
In the 8th (and last) entry in the Scott R. Dunlap-produced "Rough Riders" series for Monogram, the town of Gold Creek is in turmoil due to the hi-jacking of gold. Newspaper editor Rufus Tood (Milburn Morante) is going to publish the fact that a dying miner accused Rand (Harry Woods) and Ludlow (Roy Barcroft) of being his attackers. John Corbett (Jack Daley), the town's leading citizen and Todd's supposed friend, but in reality the man behind the gang, has Todd's presses wrecked. The latter sends for U.S. Marshal Buck Roberts (Buck Jones, in his next to last film), who stops a holdup of miner Ray Mason (Bud McTaggart), carrying gold in a wagon, and brings the wounded Ray to town and secretes the wagon. Marshals Tim McCall (Tim McCoy, in his last series western), posing as a preacher, and Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton), posing as an undertaker, have also arrived in town. The coffins Sandy brings contain a new printing press for Todd. With the aid of his daughter Julie (Evelyn Cook), Todd puts out an edition naming Rand and Ludlow as crooks and demanding the name of the man behind the crimes. The crooks identify Buck as the man who took the gold wagon from them, and Buck, posing as an outlaw, makes a deal with them to deliver the gold to the ring leader. They have other plans, however.
Down Texas Way (1942) as John Dodge
It Happened in Flatbush (1942) as Neighbor
A disgraced ball player turns a Brooklyn team into champions.
Tennessee Johnson (1942) as Man at another railroad station
Biography of Andrew Johnson, who followed Abraham Lincoln into office and became the first U.S. president ever to be impeached.
Nazi Agent (1942) as Reporter
An Allied sympathizer discovers his twin brother is a Nazi spy.
Cairo (1942) as Man in newspaper office
A war correspondent in Egypt thinks a screen star on tour is a spy.
Arizona Bound (1941) as Rogers
The Wild Man of Borneo (1941) as Cab driver
A braggart masquerades as a primitive throwback.
The Strawberry Blonde (1941) as Bartender
A man''''s infatuation with a gold-digging beauty continues after his marriage.
Young Tom Edison (1940) as Man at station
As a precocious child, Tom Edison defies authority to develop his first inventions.
I Love You Again (1940) as Band leader
A solid married man discovers he's forgotten a past existence as a con artist.
The Golden Fleecing (1940) as Mary's lawyer
A mild-mannered insurance salesman gets mixed up with gangsters.
Edison, the Man (1940) as Broker
Thomas Edison fights to turn his dreams into reality.
Queen of the Yukon (1940) as Captain
Torchy Runs for Mayor (1939) as Second editor
After digging up the dirt on local politicians, a newswoman decides to run for office.
Bad Little Angel (1939) as Mr. Miller
An orphan on the run tries to find a new home.
Fast and Furious (1939) as
Married book-dealers Joel and Garda Sloane get mixed up with murder during a beauty pageant.
Society Lawyer (1939) as Turnkey
A lawyer plays with fire when he gets mixed up with underworld types.
Blackmail (1939) as Policeman
A man in prison on false charges escapes to save his family from a blackmailer.
Outside These Walls (1939) as Guard
Tell No Tales (1939) as Policeman
In search of a big scoop for his failing paper, an editor tries to solve a kidnapping case that's turned into murder.
Those High Grey Walls (1939) as Guard
Sergeant Madden (1939) as Customer
A police officer's son joins the force but goes bad.
Mutiny in the Big House (1939) as Evans
A prison chaplain tries to help a young innocent and prevent a breakout.
Lucky Night (1939) as Third passerby
During a drunken night out, an heiress marries a broken-down gambler.
Little Miss Roughneck (1938) as Desk sergeant
A talented 10-year-old singing prodigy, Foxine LaRue (Edith Fellows), who is only slightly less artificial and theatrical than her name, is pushed into vaudeville by her stage-mother mama, Gert LaRue (Margaret Irving), who is even more artificial and theatrical than her name. Foxine's pretty and older sister, Mary LaRue (Julie Bishop as Jacqueline Wells) makes sacrifices to support the trio. Al Partridge (Scott Kolk as Scott Colton), a hollywood agent becomes interested in Mary and takes the family trio to Hollywood in the hopes of Foxine getting into the movies. After several incidents by the rowdy Foxine on the train, and later at International Studios, Foxine is further from being in the movies than she was in New York. Gert decides that a "hoax" kidnapping is just the ticket to get Foxine the publicity to land a studio contract. That night Foxine dresses as a boy, disarranges her room, leaves a "ransom note" and hops a freight train. The police arrive the next morning and hear Mary accuse Al and Gert of staging the kidnapping, and they are arrested. Foxine leaves the train several hundred miles away and takes shelter with the good-natured Pascual Orozco (Leo Carrillo) and his family. The arrested pair are released when the police receive another ransom note (sent by Foxine.)
The Devil's Party (1938) as Detective
Goodbye Broadway (1938) as Lancaster
Little Tough Guy (1938) as Policeman
The son of a man sentenced to death for a murder he didn't commit vows to become a criminal himself. He starts his own street gang, and their crime spree is financed by a mysterious young man--who turns out to be the son of the District Attorney who sent the boy's father to the electric chair.
I Promise to Pay (1937) as First jailer
A man goes to a loan shark to finance his family''''s vacation.
Thunder Trail (1937) as Bartender
Rhythm in the Clouds (1937) as Cop
Exclusive (1937) as Policeman
Born to the West (1937) as Gambler
Dare Rudd takes a shine to his cattleman cousin Tom's girlfriend who asks Tom to hire Dare to head the big cattle drive. Dare loses the money for the drive to cardsharps, but Tom wins it back, but Dare must save Tom's life.
Venus Makes Trouble (1937) as Police guard
Big City (1937) as Mounted policeman
An honest cab driver fights against corruption.
Parole Racket (1937) as Sergeant O'Leary
True Confession (1937) as Policeman
A compulsive liar, married to a scrupulously honest lawyer, confesses to a murder she didn''''t commit to help further his career.
Blossoms on Broadway (1937) as Attendant
Artists and Models (1937) as Voice
An ad man gets his model girlfriend to pose as a debutante for a new campaign.
A Girl with Ideas (1937) as Traffic officer
Internes Can't Take Money (1937) as Man in bookie office
In a fantastically art-deco hospital, young Dr. Kildare treats and falls for impoverished Janet Healy, widow of a bank robber, who's been in prison and can't find her baby. Later she helps Kildare sew up gangster Hanlon in a tavern back room. Kildare pursues Janet and enlists Hanlon to help her; the gangster's solution, not surprisingly, is violent.
A Day at the Races (1937) as
A group of zanies tries to save a pretty girl's sanitarium.
Partners in Crime (1937) as Detective
The Hit Parade (1937) as Desk sergeant
Agent Pete Garland is fired by society singer Monica Barrett after he got her a new radio contract, because she thinks her lawyer friend Teddy Leeds fits in better with her social status. To get even, Pete wants to make an unknown singer into a star. He finds Ruth Allison, drives her hard through rehearsals and makes her a star. But she is worried about her past, something she hasn't told Pete: She's an ex-convict and jumped bail in order to keep her partners in crime out of it. Further she's in love with Pete, but feels that he's still carrying a torch for Monica. When Monica's popularity is decreasing, Pete is able to get Ruth a stint on the program, the result is Monica is fired and Ruth get her job, but Monica takes revenge by revealing Ruth's past. Ruth considers it is best for her to disappear before being arrested, but she has become a star in public opinion. Will she get Pete or will she go to prison again ?
Maid of Salem (1937) as Hangman
Young lovers (Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray) fall afoul of repressive society as Salem elders get caught up in the witch hunts and trials of 17th century Massachusetts. One family in particular uses the hysteria to its advantage, getting even with everyone for every slight--real or imagined.
Life Begins with Love (1937) as Police commissioner
She's Dangerous (1937) as Guard
Tough Guy (1936) as Finley
To save his beloved dog, a boy runs away from home, only to get mixed up with gangsters.
The Case Against Mrs. Ames (1936) as Bailiff
Sinner Take All (1936) as Clanahan
Members of a wealthy family are murdered one-by-one.
After the Thin Man (1936) as Bartender
Married sleuths Nick and Nora Charles try to clear Nora''s cousin of a murder charge.
The Moon's Our Home (1936) as Policeman
A writer and an actress meet and marry without really knowing each other--they are even unaware that both bride and groom are equally famous. During the honeymoon, all hell breaks loose as a comedic war of the sexes leads inevitably to love.
Parole! (1936) as Patrolman
Sworn Enemy (1936) as Cop
A law student poses as a fight promoter to catch a notorious gangster.
Big Brown Eyes (1936) as Mooney
A reporter and a detective team up to expose a ring of jewel thieves.
Klondike Annie (1936) as Second mate
Rose Carlton is the kept woman of Chan Lo, who takes her from walking the streets to pacing the floors of her high rent apartment. Rose ends up killing Chan and boards a ship where burly sea captain Bull Brackett takes a shine to her. When he finds out she killed Chan, he blackmails her into coming
Next Time We Love (1936) as Conductor
Woman drops out of college to marry an ambitious, young journalist. Their happiness is delayed when a rich admirer sees that she gets an acting job just as her reporter leaves to cover the news from Rome. The marriage goes stale as separartions follow reunions, and the two pursue their respective ca
Fury (1936) as Factory foreman
An innocent man escapes a lynch mob then returns for revenge.
The Public Menace (1935) as Policeman
A cocky reporter's marriage to a manicurist jeopardizes his career.
She Couldn't Take It (1935) as District Attorney man
O'Shaughnessy's Boy (1935) as Mack
A circus performer searches for the son his wife stole from him.
Murder Man (1935) as Desk sergeant
A hard-drinking reporter specializes in murder cases, until he becomes a suspect in one himself.
The Affair of Susan (1935) as Spieler
After the Dance (1935) as Captain of guards
An escaped convict tries to keep ahead of the law while starring in a dancing act.
The Sap From Syracuse (1930) as Hopkins
Ginger Rogers plays an heiress on a cruise to Europe being pursued by a day laborer mistaken for a prominent mining engineer. During the cruise, he foils two crooks try to get rid of Ginger.

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Island of Dr. Moreau, The (1996) as Carpenter
A brilliant geneticist, Dr. Moreau and his assistant Montgomery are on the brink of revolutionizing science when Edward Douglas becomes stranded on their remote island. At first glance, this tropical paradise seems idyllic. But deep in the jungle lies a terrifying secret. Moreau and Montgomery have been performing gene-splicing research on animals to create a superior breed of human being, and that experiment has gone terribly wrong. They have ignored the most fundamental law of the jungle: survival of the fittest. Roaming free, these beast-people are highly intelligent with murderous instincts. Their thirst for blood is pacified through a combination of sedatives and shock discipline. But events triggered by Douglas'' unexpected arrival are about to break Moreau''s God-like dominion over these resentful creatures. As the crisis escalates, Douglas must escape the clutches of his captors and find a way off the island before he becomes a part of Moreau''s final horrifying experiment.

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