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Also Known As: Died: May 23, 1972
Born: May 9, 1896 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Victoria, British Columbia, CA Profession: Art Director ...


Director (feature film)

The House of Rothschild (1934) as 2nd Unit Director
The story of the rise of the Rothschild financial empire founded by Mayer Rothschild and continued by his five sons. From humble beginnings the business grows and helps to finance the war against Napoleon, but it's not always easy, especially because of the prejudices against the family.
The Wedding March (1928) as Assistant Director
An Austrian Army officer falls for a bourgeois girl to the dismay of both their parents.

Writer (feature film)

Never Love a Stranger (1958) as Screenwriter

Producer (feature film)

Never Love a Stranger (1958) as Producer

Art Director (feature film)

Tribes (1970) as Art Director
This social comedy/drama pits a veteran Marine Corps drill instructor against a long-haired hippie who refuses to adapt to the military way of life. Perceptive writing won Emmy Awards for Wynn (son of Keenan, grandson of Ed) and Schwartz.
Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) as Art Director
The Japanese take advantage of American blunders to launch a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.
The Boston Strangler (1968) as Art Director
Federal and local law officers try to catch a deadly serial killer.
The Sweet Ride (1968) as Art Director
Tony Franciosa (Collie) is an aging bachelor who shares a beach house with some younger surfers. Collie is the leader of the group with the cardinal rule being that they share everything including the women they meet. This works well until a mysterious women (Jacquiline Bissit) shows up on the scene and is eventually beaten badly.
Valley of the Dolls (1967) as Art Director
Three young women brave the world of show business and pills.
The Happening (1967) as Production Design
A kidnapped gangster joins forces with the hippies who abducted him.
The Chase (1966) as Production Design
A convict's escape ignites passions in his hometown.
The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) as Art Director
All-star epic retelling of Christ''s life.
Goodbye Charlie (1964) as Art Director
When a cavorting Hollwood writer is killed by the angry husband of a woman he was having an affair with, he comes back as a spirit in the form of a beautiful woman and moves in with his/her best friend as a base of operation for enacting sweet revenge.
Cheyenne Autumn (1964) as Art Director
A reluctant Cavalry Captain must track a defiant tribe of migrating Cheyennes.
Something Wild (1961) as Art Director
A rape victim runs away from her family and takes shelter with a romantic auto mechanic.
Exodus (1960) as Art Director
A young Israeli activist fights to set up a homeland for his people.
Solomon and Sheba (1959) as Art Director
Epic tale of the Biblical king''''s seduction by a pagan queen.
On the Waterfront (1954) as Art Director
A young stevedore takes on the mobster who rules the docks.
A Streetcar Named Desire (1952) as Art Director
A fading southern belle tries to build a new life with her sister in New Orleans.
Hans Christian Andersen (1952) as Art Director
The storytelling shoemaker falls for a married ballerina who stars in one of his stories.
Cry Danger (1951) as Art Director
An innocent ex-con sets out to find the real criminals.
I Want You (1951) as Art Director
The draft and the Korean War threaten a small-town romance.
My Foolish Heart (1950) as Art Director
A young innocent's life is shattered when she falls for a World War II flyer.
Edge of Doom (1950) as Art Director
A priest sets out to catch the man who killed one of his colleagues.
Our Very Own (1950) as Art Director
The discovery that she''''s adopted shakes a young girl''''s sense of security.
Force of Evil (1949) as Art Director
A crooked lawyer tries to protect his numbers running brother from a ruthless crime boss.
Captain from Castile (1948) as Art Director
The invasion of Mexico by Cortez, as seen by a young Spanish officer fleeing the Inquisition.
Joan of Arc (1948) as Art Director
The life and campaigns of the Maid of Orleans.
Boomerang! (1947) as Art Director
A prosecutor fights to prove the defendant in a scandalous murder case is innocent.
Mother Wore Tights (1947) as Art Director
A married vaudeville team struggles to raise a family while touring the nation.
Forever Amber (1947) as Art Director
In seventeenth-century England, Amber St. Clair aims to raise herself from country girl to nobility, and succeeds, but loses her true love in the process.
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) as Art Director
A spirited widow rents a haunted cottage and builds an emotional bond with the resident ghost.
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now? (1947) as Art Director
A biopic of the career of Joe Howard (12 Feb.,1878 - 19 May, 1961), famous songwriter of the early 20th Century. Howard wrote the title song, Goodbye, My Lady Love; and Hello, My Baby among many others. Mark Stevens was dubbed by Buddy Clark, well known singer of the 30's and 40's
Moss Rose (1947) as Art Director
Miracle on 34th Street (1947) as Art Director
A department store Santa claims to be the real thing.
Claudia and David (1946) as Supv art dir
Follow-up to hit film Claudia (1943) finds title characters (Dorothy McGuire, Robert Young) dealing with the ups and downs of marriage and parenthood in their rural Connecticut town. Illness, accidents, and jealousy plague the young couple as they learn to weather life.
The Razor's Edge (1946) as Art Director
A young man's quest for spiritual peace threatens his position in society.
Johnny Comes Flying Home (1946) as Supv art dir
He Hired the Boss (1943) as Art Director
Hubert Wilkins (Stuart Erwin), a bookkeeper for Mr. Bates (Thurston Hall) by day and an air raid warden by night, patrols the district where his boss' warehouse is located, and finds two employees removing raw silk stocks. They say they are working under Bates' orders and brush him off. Hubert wants to marry Emily Conway (Elelyn Venable), company secretary, but can't see how he can afford it since he has loaned a salesman, Fuller (Chick Chandler), $400 with deeds to four lots as security. Don Bates (William T. Orr), son of the boss, is engaged to Emily's sister Sally (Vivian Blaine) though his father disapproves. He and Emily encourage Sally and Don to elope. Hubert, a little tipsy, buys two more lots from Fuller and goes to Bates' home and asks for a raise. He is fired and, the next morning, Emily also for helping Don to elope. Hubert discovers that the lots he bought are worth $100,000 and, unknown to Bates, buys the company. While on warden duty that night, he discovers that the two employees he previously saw taking silk from the warehouse are actually stealing it.
Chetniks! (1943) as Art Director
A guerrilla resistance leader battles Nazi troops in German-occupied Yugoslavia.
My Friend Flicka (1943) as Art Director
A boy''''s love for a horse helps him grow up.
China Girl (1943) as Art Director
While traveling in Burma, an adventurous cameraman falls for a beautiful Chinese girl and they embark on a journey dodging spies.
Crash Dive (1943) as Art Director
Against his personal preference, PT boat commander Ward Stewart is made executive officer of the submarine USS Corsair. On leave before sailing, he meets schoolteacher Jean Hewlett and gives her a romantic rush...unaware that she's the sweetheart of Dewey Connors, his new commander. At sea, the men bond while fighting German Q-ships. When will they discover their mutual romantic rivalry? Will it interfere with a spectacular commando raid on a secret German base?
Dixie Dugan (1943) as Art Director
Coney Island (1943) as Art Director
A con man fast-talks his way into managing a Coney Island nightclub with a temperamental star.
Margin for Error (1943) as Art Director
It is a toss-up as to who is most displeased when Patrolman Moe Finkelstein (Milton Berle) is given the duty of guarding the German consulate ran by Karl Baumer (Otto Preminger); neither Moe nor Baumer are too happy with this turn of events. Moe, however, quickly becomes fiends with the other residents of the consulate: Sophie Baumer (Joan Bennett), the consul's wife; the secretary Baron Max Von Alvenstor (Carl Esmond); and a pretty maid named Freida (Poldi Dur as Poldy Dur.)Moe senses an underlying tension that is not entirely accounted for by the gathering clouds of war. The gambling-loving Baumer has lost a large sum of money belonging to the German government, Sophie has learned to hate her husband and what he stands for and represents, and Baron Max has fallen in love with her. Max confronts Baumer with the discrepancy in the consulate's funds, and Baumer threatens to inform Berlin that one of Max's grandparents was not "Aryan." The arrival of a group of Nazi saboteurs (Ted North, Elmer Jack Semple and J. Norton Dunn) and the insistence they be given the funds to finance their project stirs consulate affairs even further.
The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) as Art Director
A loner gets caught up in a posse's drive to find and hang three suspected rustlers.
Immortal Sergeant (1943) as Art Director
During WWII, a corporal in the desert reminisces about the love he left behind and faces uncertainty about his strength as a leader.
The Meanest Man in the World (1943) as Art Director
Compassionate small-town lawyer Richard Clarke moves to New York City to seek his fortune, but is unsuccessful until he takes a friend's advice and tries to convince the world he's a ruthless heel. Suddenly he's the most popular lawyer in town -- but he could lose his fiancée.
Quiet Please Murder (1943) as Art Director
Over My Dead Body (1943) as Art Director
The problem with the mystery stories concocted by Jason Cord (Milton Berle) is that he can never figure out who's guilty. Stuck, as usual, he takes his latest unfinished "who-dunit" to the office of his wife, Patricia Cord (Mary Beth Hughes), whose boss, Brennan (Reginald Denny), doesn't know she is married. Hidden in a closet, Jason overhears Brennan and his partners discussing a situation which exactly parallels his new story. He steps out when the discussion reaches the point of his story's current progress and, seeing a chance of finding an ending to his story, offers to make a suicide look like a murder. He soon finds himself the central figure in a front-page murder trial before he proves the supposed suicide to have been an actual murder - committed by one of the victim's partners.
Time to Kill (1943) as Art Director
Tonight We Raid Calais (1943) as Art Director
British Intellengence dispatches Commando Geoffrey Carter (John Sutton) on a one-man raid to destroy a munitions plant that manufactures bombs in Nazi-occupied France. He enlists the aid of a patriotic farmer, M. Bonnard (Lee J. Cobb), that lives near the plant, over the objections of his daughter Odette Bonnard (Annabella), who believes that the British were responsible for the fall of France. Her attitude softens toward Carter, who is living with the family as posing as a son, but Odette cannot bring herself to aid in Carter's plan because of her fear of reprisals against her family. She turns informer and the Nazis capture Carter.
The Lone Star Ranger (1942) as Art Director
Sundown Jim (1942) as Art Director
Iceland (1942) as Art Director
Marine, James Murfin, is unaware of Icelandic customs. When he flirts with Katina her Icelandic family take his actions as a proposal of marriage to Katina. Desperately wanting out, James gets his buddy to help him. Good Luck!
The Man Who Wouldn't Die (1942) as Art Director
In the shadows of the night Dudley Wolff (Paul Harvey), his secretary Alfred Dunning (Robert Emmett Keane), and his doctor, Haggard (Henry Wilcoxin), bury a body in the estate cemetary. At the house, Wolff's daughter Catherine (Marjorie Weaver) arrives unexpectedly and tells her step-mother Anne Wolff (Helene Reynolds) that she has just been married to Roger Blake (Richard Derr) who will be along in a few days. Cathy retires and is awakened by a mysterious assailant who fires a shot at her, but her parents tell her she was just dreaming. Wolff goes to the cemetary and finds the body missing. The scared Cathy calls in fast-talking private detective Mike Shayne (Lloyd Nolan) and, since her father doesn't like detectives, she introduces him as her husband. That evening Shayne hears a shot and finds that Haggard has been killed. While the police are questioning the family, the lights go out and a shot is fired from outside.
Castle in the Desert (1942) as Art Director
Paul Manderley, eccentric historian, and his wife, descendant of the Borgias, live in an isolated castle-like mansion in the Mojave Desert. When a guest suddenly collapses, Charlie Chan is invited to stay. As the standard mystery-mansion props come into play, and all means of outside communication are sabotaged, it becomes evident that one of the inhabitants has access to poisons and is prepared to use them...
That Other Woman (1942) as Art Director
Blue, White and Perfect (1942) as Art Director
Detective Michael Shayne aids the war effort by fighting industrial diamond smugglers. They operate through Hawaii and part of the movie takes place on an ocean liner headed for there.
Thru Different Eyes (1942) as Art Director
This Above All (1942) as Art Director
A woman defies convention by joining the WAAFs and becoming romantically involved with an AWOL soldier.
Footlight Serenade (1942) as Art Director
Conceited World Champion boxer Tommy Lundy decides to test his popularity in a Broadway show. Tommy always has an eye for the ladies and he starts paying attention to beautiful chorus girl Pat Lambert. Pat's boyfriend Bill Smith isn't impressed with Tommy even though Tommy gets him a boxing part in the show. When Tommy finds out that Pat and Bill were secretly together the night before the show opens, he angrily plans to turn the boxing scene with Bill into a real bout.
Ten Gentlemen from West Point (1942) as Art Director
Among those who are fighting to have Congress re-establish the military academy at West Point in the beginning of the nineteenth century is a young Washington socialite, Carolyn Bainbridge (Maureen O'Hara). Congress resolves to revive the Academy on a one-year trial basis. Major Sam Carter (Laird Cregar), a martinet who doesn't believe a college can produce real fighting men, is made the Commandant, and determines to make soldiers - or failures - out of the small band of cadets, by enforcing stringent disciplinary action. Among the cadets are Howard Shelton (John Sutton), Carolyn's fiancee, and Dawson (George Montgomery), a Kentucky frontiersman. There is bad blood between the two from the start, and matters are worsened when Dawson falls in love with Carolyn. Many of the cadets resign, under the discouraging conditions and grueling punishment that is part of Carter's plan to make the school hard and the exercises difficult, and the number of cadets left is down to ten. Word arrives that the Indian chief Tecumseh (Noble Johnson) has gone on the warpath, and Carter is ordered to take part in quelling the rebellion, and to include the cadets along with the regular Bombadiers. Shelton, on patrol, is shot at by an Indian, and hot-headedly leaves his post in pursuit. Dawson leaves to bring him back followed by Major Carter who is captured by the Indians. Using tactics learned at West Point, the small band of cadets attack and demoralize the much larger Indian force, and succeed in rescuing Carter, and Dawson is wounded. Carter is grateful for the actions taken by the band, but says that Shelton and Dawson cannot remain as cadets since they had violated the rules by leaving their posts, and would be a bad precedent for future cadets. Carolyn has come to the Point to marry the unsuspecting Dawson, who thought she loved Shelton.
The Postman Didn't Ring (1942) as Art Director
A government mail sack, missing for fifty years, is now being delivered. Stamp collector Julie Martin (Brenda Joyce) follows postal inspector Brennon (Stanley Andrews) on his delivery tour, hoping to find some rare stamps for her philatelist customers. One letter brings love and warmth to a lonely spinster from a sweetheart lost in a war, another a welcome bravery citation to Civil War veteran Slade (Will Wright) and a third is to the parents of the now-state governor from his high school principal requesting he be disciplined for throwing spitballs in class. Dan Carter (Richard Travis), the owner of the village supply store who extends local farmers unlimited credit and, as a result, is on the verge of foreclosure by the ruthless Harwood banking family, get a letter sent by his grandfather to his father containing 500 shares of stock in the Harwood bank. The Harwood family fights back by charging Dan with fraud, but Judge Colt (Spencer Charters) and Dan's Aunt Martha (Emma Dunn) aid him.
My Gal Sal (1942) as Art Director
A chronicle of songwriter Paul Dresser as he moves up into New York society.
Whispering Ghosts (1942) as Art Director
Berlin Correspondent (1942) as Art Director
American correspondent Bill Roberts (Dana Andrews) is a thorn in the side of the Nazis, as his paper always scoops the world with the truth about Germany. Gestapo Captain Carl Von Rau (Martin Kosleck) means to plug the leak and assigns Karen Hauen (Virginia Gilmore), who he attends to wed, to the case. Roberts is obtaining his information for his stories and broadcasts from an elderly stamp collector who, defiantly opposed to the Nazis, sells the "proper" stamps to Roberts, giving him the information. Attracted to Karen, Roberts invites her to his apartment where she learns his secret. The old philatelist is sent to a concentration camp, and then Karen learns that he is her father (Erwin Kalser). She appeals to Roberts for help and he, in loyality to the old man and now in love with Karen, agrees to help.
The Mad Martindales (1942) as Art Director
Life Begins at Eight-Thirty (1942) as Art Director
Kathy lives in a cramped New York flat with her father Madden Thomas, a celebrated actor brought down by drink. Lame from an early age and feeling trapped with her father in her small world, Kathy is delighted to meet fellow tenant Robert. When Madden is offered the lead in a new King Lear and Robert lands a composing job in Hollywood, better times seem for a while to beckon.
Just Off Broadway (1942) as Art Director
Private detective Michael Shayne (Lloyd Nolan) is serving on the jury trying Lillian Hubbard (Janis Carter) for the murder of Harley Forsythe. A witness with information that could clear Lillian is killed by a knife hurled from inside the courtroom. Shyane hides the knife in the ensuing confusion. He slips out of the jury room that night and, with the aid of reporter Judy Taylor (Marjorie Weaver), traces the knife to a professional blade-slinger, Count Edmond Telmachio (Alexander Lockwood). Shayne finds the Count murdered in a warehouse and a brooch discovered on his body now points the finger of suspicion at nightclub singer Rita Darling (Joan Valerie) and the owner of the club where she works, George Dolphin (Don Costello). Rita was the fiancee of Forsythe and Dolphin is in love with her. The trial begins the next day, with Shayne back in the jury box, after giving the information he picked up to defense counsel John Logan (Richard Derr). The trial takes a surprise twist when Shayne is permitted to cross examine everyone, including the defense lawyer, who has been in love with Miss Hubbard for years.
A-Haunting We Will Go (1942) as Art Director
The boys are recruited by a gang of thugs to get a coffin containing one of their far from dead colleagues to Dayton to try and get at an inheritance. After the coffin gets switched with the one Dante the Magician uses in his act, his stage show gets more than usually popular.
Orchestra Wives (1942) as Art Director
A woman falls in love with a musician in a band and learns about life as an orchestra wife.
Moontide (1942) as Art Director
After a drunken binge on the San Pablo waterfront, longshoreman Bobo fears he may have killed a man. In his uncertainty, he takes a job on an isolated bait barge. That night, he rescues lovely Anna from a watery suicide attempt and installs her on the barge. But Tiny, Bobo's longtime pal and parasite, hopes to drive Anna away before domestic bliss tears Bobo away from him; the still unsolved murder may be just the wedge Tiny needs. There's fog on the water and evil brewing...
Girl Trouble (1942) as Art Director
Remember the Day (1942) as Art Director
An elderly schoolteacher, waiting to meet a presidential nominee, recalls the time when he was her student.
Manila Calling (1942) as Art Director
When the Japanese capture the principal radio station of the American Radio Communications Company in the Philippines, the staff manages to escape into the jungle, tie up with a band of Filipino Scouts (Moros) and make their way to the coast. The party, radio technician Jeff Bailey (Cornel Wilde) and communications men Lucky Matthews (Lloyd Nolan) and Tom O'Rourke (James Gleason), finds an advance Japanese unit on the plantation of an old friend and, working with the Moros as a guerilla unit, attack and seize the site from the Japanese in order to use the radio transmitter. Solidifying themselves in the stronghold they discover there is no food or water and it is surrounded by the Japanese. A night club singer, Edna Fraser (Carole Landis), escaping from the Japanese, gets into the plantation. Jeff is working to fix their radio set, hoping to send a message of hope and courage to the conquered and enslaved Filipinos of the district, and the Japanese, aware of this possibility, are using every means to wipe out the group.
It Happened in Flatbush (1942) as Art Director
A disgraced ball player turns a Brooklyn team into champions.
Little Tokyo, U.S.A. (1942) as Art Director
The Undying Monster (1942) as Art Director
A rarely seen movie about a werewolf who prowls around at night but only kills certain members of one family. It seems like just a coincidence but the investigating Inspector soon finds out that this tradition has gone on for generations and tries to find a link between the werewolf and the family, leading to a frightening conclusion.
The Black Swan (1942) as Art Director
When he's named governor of Jamaica, a former pirate sets out to clean up the Caribbean.
Roxie Hart (1942) as Art Director
To try and kick-start her show-business career, a woman admits to a Chicago murder.
Springtime in the Rockies (1942) as Art Director
A pair of Broadway partners threaten to breakup after old flames enter the picture.
The Man in the Trunk (1942) as Art Director
Dr. Renault's Secret (1942) as Art Director
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!
Careful Soft Shoulder (1942) as Art Director
At a December 7, 1941 Washington cocktail party, Connie Mathew (Virginia Bruce) is not amused by the romantic advances of playboy Tommy Aldrich (James Ellison), son of an important Navy consultant. The party is shocked by the news of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and Connie blithely announces she would like to serve Uncle Sam as a new version of Mata Hari. She finds Mr. Fortune (Aubrey Mather) waiting for her when she gets home and he introduces himself as a member of the Secret Service and asks her to join his staff. Thinking it is a practical joke by Tommy, she accepts. Fortune tells Connie her first assignment is to get friendly with Tommy, as the government suspects him of selling convoy information that he gets from his father to enemy agents. She does so, falls in love with him and finds out he is 100% loyal. Mr. Fortune takes Connie and Tommy captive. Connie's sister, Agatha (Sheila Ryan), had earlier suspected Mr. Fortune and she was taken prisoner by his Axis spies.
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942) as Art Director
Edgar Allen Poe (John Shepperd) led an unhappy childhood, broken only by the unceasing devotion of his foster mother, Mrs. Frances Allan (Mary Howard), whose loving ministrations gave him courage to carry out his desire to write. His first love was Elmira Royster (Virginia Gilmore), and though she married another while he was at the University of Virginia, he could never purge his thoughts of her and, under the influence of her spell, he poured out the deepest passions of his heart. After a discouraging period during which he was disowned by his foster father and lost his appointment to West Point, he found the love that tamed his restless heart with Virginia Clemm (Linda Darnell). After he and Virginia married, Poe did his greatest creative work, writing for the Southern Literary Messenger and Graham's Magazine.
Young America (1942) as Art Director
To the Shores of Tripoli (1942) as Art Director
A brash young Marine has to redeem himself after trying to romance a female officer.
A Gentleman at Heart (1942) as Art Director
A race-track bookie tries his hand in the art racket.
Rings on Her Fingers (1942) as Art Director
A sales woman at a department store works with two con artists and falls in love with a victim of one of their schemes.
Who Is Hope Schuyler? (1942) as Art Director
The Pied Piper (1942) as Art Director
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.
Secret Agent of Japan (1942) as Art Director
Song of the Islands (1942) as Art Director
A cattle baron''''s son falls for the daughter of a South Seas businessman.
Right to the Heart (1942) as Art Director
Tales of Manhattan (1942) as Art Director
New Yorkers from all walks of life come into contact with a supposedly cursed tailcoat.
The Magnificent Dope (1942) as Art Director
Dwight Dawson, who runs an unsuccessful success school, stages a contest to find the biggest failure in the USA, for publicity value when the "dope" takes his course. But winner Tad Page is contented with his idle, lazy life and threatens to convert Dawson's other students to his philosophy. Dawson captalizes on Tad's attraction to Claire Harris to win him over; but will Tad find out Claire is really engaged to Dawson?
Son of Fury (1942) as Art Director
A young adventurer seeks his fortune in the South Seas so he can return to England and reclaim his birthright.
On the Sunny Side (1942) as Art Director
Thunder Birds (1942) as Art Director
A veteran flyer and the youngster he''''s training fall for the same girl.
The Night Before the Divorce (1942) as Art Director
That Night in Rio (1941) as Art Director
A nightclub entertainer pretends to be a noted financier, only to fall for the man¿s wife.
Riders of the Purple Sage (1941) as Art Director
How Green Was My Valley (1941) as Art Director
A Welsh mining family faces the struggles of life together.
Swamp Water (1941) as Art Director
A hunter discovers a fugitive living in the swamps and goes into business with him and his daughter.
Rise and Shine (1941) as Art Director
The college president, the head cheerleader and a gambling gangster try to keep a flunking football star in the game.
Ride on Vaquero (1941) as Art Director
The Cisco Kid (Cesar Romero) is captured while keeping a rendezvous with cantina dancer Dolores (Joan Woodbury) but is released by his captor, the commander of a U.S. Army regiment, to help break up a kidnap ring. On his way to Las Tables with his pal, Gordito (Chris-Pin Martin), he makes a stop at the Martinez Rancho, where they learn that his friend Carlos (Robert Lowery) has been kidnapped, from his wife Marquerita (Lynne Roberts). At the Crystal Palace Saloon, Cisco runs into an old girlfriend, Sally (Mary Beth Hughes), who he once jilted for a tight-rope walker, but she doesn't betray him when the sheriff (Arthur Hohl) and an army officer (Robert 'Buddy' Shaw as Robert Shaw, since there was no other Robert Shaw at the time and this Robert Shaw had no need of the "Buddy" attribute given him by latter-day historians, who can't tell the players without a program and a roman numeral..and quite often not even then),enter searching for Cisco. While Cisco and the easily-forgiving Sally dance, the heads of the kidnap gang, the sheriff, Clark (Edwin Maxwell) and Redge (Don Costello), meet upstairs to discuss the plans for collecting the $50,000 ransom they have on Carlos. Cisco follows the kidnappers after they collect the ransom money, but before he can do anything about it, he is arrested and thrown in jail.
Hudson's Bay (1941) as Art Director
Highly fictionalized early history of Canada. Trapper/explorer Radisson imagines an empire around Hudson's Bay. He befriends the Indians, fights the French, and convinces King Charles II to sponsor an expedition of conquest.
Private Nurse (1941) as Art Director
Accent on Love (1941) as Art Director
Blood and Sand (1941) as Art Director
A married matador's rise to stardom is complicated by an affair with a beautiful aristocrat.
Tobacco Road (1941) as Art Director
A patriarch of a large rural Southern clan are threatened to be thrown off their land.
Charlie Chan in Rio (1941) as Art Director
A pair of murders in Rio de Janiero leads the local police to call the famed detective. Charlie is puzzled, at first, when it appears that one of the murderers is killed by the first victim's widow.
Belle Starr (1941) as Art Director
A Southern belle turns outlaw when her family loses their land.
Moon Over Miami (1941) as Art Director
Two sisters from Texas travel to Florida looking for rich husbands.
Confirm or Deny (1941) as Art Director
Newsman Mitch and teletype operator Jennifer, whose job is to see he doesn't send innapropriate stuff out of the country, dodge bombs during the blitz of London while falling in love.
Sun Valley Serenade (1941) as Art Director
A Norwegian war orphan adopted by a pianist as a publicity stunt turns out to be a beautiful young woman.
The Great American Broadcast (1941) as Art Director
After WWI two men go into radio. Failure leads the wife of one to borrow money from another; she goes on, after separation, to stardom. A coast-to-coast radio program is set up to bring everyone back together.
A Very Young Lady (1941) as Art Director
Tomboy (Withers) is sent to finishing school where she falls for the headmaster (Sutton). When her love letters are discovered she okays his relation with a teacher (Kelly) and gets her first kiss from a beau (Clayton).
Western Union (1941) as Art Director
An outlaw goes straight to work for the telegraph company, which puts him in conflict with his lawless brother.
Dead Men Tell (1941) as Art Director
Just as elderly Miss Nodbury is ready to leave on a treasure hunt for a family fortune she is scared to death by the ghost of a pirate ancestor. Charlie Chan investigates the rest of the clan.
I Wake Up Screaming (1941) as Art Director
A celebrity promoter is accused of murdering one of his clients.
Murder Among Friends (1941) as Art Director
Week-End in Havana (1941) as Art Director
A ship company employee, Jay Williams (John Payne), is sent to Florida where one of the company cruise ships is stuck on a reef off of the coast. He obtains waivers from all of the passengers with the exception of Nan Spencer (Alice Faye), a department store salesgirl who wants her vacation NOW, not later. Jay is instructed to take Nan to Havana and set her up in the best hotel and keep her entertained. She visits a night club where the star attraction is Rosita Rivas (Carmen Miranda), and meets Rosita's worthless manager, Monte Blanca (Cesar Romero), who makes a play for her. Trouble also comes in the form of Jay's fiancee, Terry McCracken (Cobina Wright Jr.), when a romance develops between Nan and Jay.
Dance Hall (1941) as Art Director
Singer Lili Brown is attracted to dance hall manager Duke till she realizes he does that to all the girls. Nice guy Duke sets her up with composer Joe Brooks.
Ride, Kelly, Ride (1941) as Art Director
Romance of the Rio Grande (1941) as Art Director
The Bride Wore Crutches (1941) as Art Director
Tall, Dark and Handsome (1941) as Art Director
A softhearted gangster tries to go straight.
Man at Large (1941) as Art Director
G-Man Bob Grayson (George Reeves) is working hand in hand with a British Intelligence agent to uncover an espionage plot, who is posing as an escaped Nazi agent. Reporter Dallas Davis (Marjorie Weaver) mistakes Grayson for a nazi-sympathizer and manages to mess up the works before she learns the truth. She and Grayson join forces to save the agent.
Last of the Duanes (1941) as Art Director
In 1870 Texas a man (Montgomery) comes home to find his father murdered. He trails an outlaw till he finds out he's part of a gang, then calls in the Texas Rangers.
Dressed to Kill (1941) as Art Director
Detective Michael Shayne and his girlfriend Joanne leave a marriage bureau when shots fired in a nearby theatre draw his attention to a string of theatrical murders.
Charley's Aunt (1941) as Art Director
Two college students convince their friend and fellow student to pose as an aunt from Brazil.
Wild Geese Calling (1941) as Art Director
In the 1890s lumberjack John leaves Seattle for Alaska to look for gold. After he marries dancehall girl Sally, he finds she used to be in love with his best friend Blackie.
The Cowboy and the Blonde (1941) as Art Director
Rodeo rider Lank tries his hand at movie making. Spoiled established star Crystal throws tantrums, but after the rodeo she's easy for Lank to handle. It's the "Taming of the Shrew" Hollywood style.
Michael Shayne, Private Detective (1941) as Art Director
The Irish-American detective Shayne is hired by a racetrack bigwig (Kolb) to guard his compulsive gambler daughter (Weaver). When her boyfriend is murdered, Shayne gets blamed.
Man Hunt (1941) as Art Director
An Englishman goes behind enemy lines to assassinate Hitler.
Small Town Deb (1941) as Art Director
Family bickering features young daughter (Withers) favored by her father (Kellaway) and older daughter (Wright) by favored by snobbish mother (Alexander).
Marry the Bo$$'$ Daughter (1941) as Art Director
Young man from Kansas (Edwards) goes to New York to work for his tycoon-hero (Barbier). His superiors won't listen to his ideas about business, but the boss and his daughter (Joyce) do.
The Perfect Snob (1941) as Art Director
Golden Hoofs (1941) as Art Director
Great Guns (1941) as Art Director
Cadet Girl (1941) as Art Director
West Point cadet Tex Mallory falls in love with Gene Baxter, a girl who sings with his brother's band. Even though it will mean his leaving the Academy, they decide to marry. But when brother Bob writes a patriotic ballad, Tex knows service to country must come before marriage.
Sleepers West (1941) as Art Director
Detective Shayne is on a train headed for San Francisco with a surprise witness (Hughes) whom many on board would like to keep from testifying at a murder trial.
Scotland Yard (1941) as Art Director
Inspector Cork pursues a bank robber who serves in the army and receives facial injuries. After plastic surgery he shows up as a bank president planning an enormous robbery.
A Yank in the R.A.F. (1941) as Art Director
A hot shot flyer discovers the hero within when he joins the British Air Force during World War II.
We Go Fast (1941) as Art Director
Rose Couglin (Lynn Bari) is a wise-cracking waitress at a coffe-pt diner with policemen Bob Brandon (Alan Curtis) and Herman Huff (Don DeFore billed as Don DeForest) vying for her attention. Their argument ends when the place is held up, but Brandon tricks the crook and captures him, but lets Herman take the credit. Herman now must sponsor Bob's application to the motrocycle force and is enev more dismayed when society deb Diana Hempstead (Sheila Ryan)takes a liking to Bob. Rose also finds herself involved with a swindle upon a refrigerator manufacturer by a bogus foreign potentate, Nabob (Gerald Mohr.)
Moon Over Her Shoulder (1941) as Art Director
For Beauty's Sake (1941) as Art Director
Sailor's Lady (1940) as Art Director
Sailor (Hall) is going to marry his girlfriend (Kelly) when he returns, but she becomes foster mother to baby whose parents are accidentally killed. The baby is accidentally left on board a visiting battleship.
Young People (1940) as Art Director
Shirley's last film on her 20th Century Fox contract (aged 12). Her parents (Oakie, Greenwood) decide to retire from show biz so she can have a normal life. They are unwelcome in the small town until a storm lets the family show their stuff. Clips from earlier films fill in Shirley's background.
Four Sons (1940) as Art Director
A Czech family is torn apart by violence and political conflicts during the rise of Nazi Germany in this 1940 drama. Frau Bernie's four sons all choose different paths: pro-Czech, pro-Nazi, and toward America. The mother becomes an eyewitness to tragedy as she begins to lose her sons to the war. Based on the 1928 film of the same name, which was set during World War I.
Earthbound (1940) as Art Director
Nick and Ellen's second honeymoon in Switzerland is interrupted when he is called back to Paris on business. But it turns out to be funny-business when he discovers his ex-mistress Linda sent him the telegram. Nick spurns her, leading her to shoot and kill him. His ghost cannot rest, though, since Linda's husband Jeff is arrested for the crime and tried. Nick hovers over Ellen guiding her to the evidence that will clear Jeff and convict Linda, at which point he can rest at peace.
Free, Blonde and 21 (1940) as Art Director
High School (1940) as Art Director
Tin Pan Alley (1940) as Art Director
Songwriters Calhoun and Harrigan get Katie and Lily Blane to introduce a new one. Lily goes to England, and Katy joins her after the boys give a new song to Nora Bayes. All are reunited when the boys, now in the army, show up in England.
Lillian Russell (1940) as Art Director
Life story of the musical star from her discovery in 1890 by bandleader Tony Pastor till her retirement in 1912 when she married newspaperman Alexander Moore.
The Grapes of Wrath (1940) as Art Director
Oklahoma farmers dispossessed during the Depression fight for better lives in California.
Youth Will Be Served (1940) as Art Director
A southern girl (Withers) goes to a National Youth Association camp after her father goes to jail for bootlegging. When a mean tycoon tries to buy the campground for himself she stages a show which endears her to him. Then her father escapes and catches the crooks who took the tycoon's money, all is saved.
Pier 13 (1940) as Art Director
Star Dust (1940) as Art Director
When the studios reject her because she''''s too young, a young actress sets out to build a career on her own.
Swanee River (1940) as Art Director
More fictional than factual biography of Stephen Foster. Songwriter from Pittsburgh falls in love with the South, marries a Southern gal (Leeds), then is accused of sympathizing when the Civil War breaks out.
Yesterday's Heroes (1940) as Art Director
Charter Pilot (1940) as Art Director
US-to-Central-America freight service pilot (Nolan) marries radio broadcaster (Bari) and promises to take a desk job but the urge for adventure is too strong.
The Return of Frank James (1940) as Art Director
The legendary outlaw''''s brother eludes the law to avenge Jesse James''''s murder.
He Married His Wife (1940) as Art Director
A race horse owner pays so much attention to business that he winds up divorced from his wife.
Shooting High (1940) as Art Director
Jane Pritchard (Jane Withers) sides with the Carsons in a generations-old feud which her family wages with the descendents of Wild Bill Carson, first United States Marshal of Carson Corners. Will Carson (Gene Autry) insists that a Pritchard killed his grandfather when the Marshal came into town on a marauding expedition led by The Hawk. Will maintains his grandfather had joined the gang to trap the leaders and a trigger-happy Pritchard had kept him from doing so. A crew from Signet Pictures comes to town to film the story of Wild Bill's life. Will is in love with Jane's sister, Marjorie (Marjorie Weaver)but her banker-father opposes the match. Will and Marjorie argue, and she becomes infatuated with Bob Merritt (Robert Lowery), who is to co-star in the film with Evelyn Trent (Kay Aldridge, billed as usual at TCF as Katharine Aldridge.) Jane and Sheriff Clem Perkle (Hobart Cavanaugh) get rid of Merritt by telling him the townspeople are going to ride him out of town on a rail. Movie director J. Wallace Rutledge (Hamilton McFadden)agrees to let Will play the role of his grandfather. On the day a bank robbery scene is to be filmed at Pritchard's bank, four supposed actors who have joined the troupe turn out to be bank robbers for real. The townspeople, seeing Will chasing after the robbers, assume he was part of the gang and has reverted to what they consider the character trait of the Carson family.
On Their Own (1940) as Art Director
The Jones family (without father) head for California to open a bungalow court. To increase business they advertise for families with children and pets. A neighbor threatens to sue.
The Great Profile (1940) as Art Director
Barrymore lampoons himself. A famous actor, given to drink, nearly destroys the show, but his leading lady (Hughes) returns to save it. Meanwhile a young girl (Baxter) tries to reform him.
Manhattan Heartbeat (1940) as Art Director
The Man I Married (1940) as Art Director
An American woman learns that her German husband is a Nazi sympathizer.
The Gay Caballero (1940) as Art Director
Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise (1940) as Art Director
On a cruise ship from Honolulu to San Francisco, the famous Chinese detective encounters four more murders while trying to figure out the murder of a Scotland Yard friend.
Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum (1940) as Art Director
A wax museum run by a demented doctor contains statues of such crime figures as Jack the Ripper and Bluebeard the Pirate. In addition to making wax statues the doctor performs plastic surgery. It is here that an arch fiend takes refuge. The museum also houses a statue of Charlie. Frustrated number-two son kicks statue in rear; oops, number-two son wrong in his assumption.
Murder over New York (1940) as Art Director
When Charlie attends a police convention in New York he learns of sabotage slowing down production in aircraft plants. He, of course, enters the case.
Charlie Chan in Panama (1940) as Art Director
Charlie impersonates an employee of the U.S. government to foil an espionage plot which would destroy part of the Panama Canal, trapping a Navy fleet on its way to the Pacific after maneuvers in the Atlantic.
The Mark of Zorro (1940) as Art Director
A Spanish nobleman becomes a masked outlaw by night to battle a local tyrant.
Jennie (1940) as Art Director
Elsa Maxwell's Public Deb No. 1 (1940) as Art Director
When a waiter (Murphy) gives a society girl (Joyce) a public spanking for attending a Communist rally, her soup-tycoon uncle (Ruggles) makes the waiter a vice-president of his company.
Viva Cisco Kid (1940) as Art Director
The Cisco Kid (Cesar Romero) tells his pal Gordito (Chris-Pin Martin) that "From now on, Amigo, I am through with women" and then a few minutes later, after rescuing Joan Allen (Jean Rogers) from an attempted stage holdup, tells her "...but you, senorita, you are different!" and therein lies the short summary of all of the films in the 20th Century-Fox Cisco Kid series. The padded plot, so exhibitors could tell the entries apart, finds Towash, Texas saloon owner Hank Gunther (Harold Goodwin) plotting with Jesse Allen (Minor Watson), Joan's father, to rob the money missed on the aborted stage holdup from the express company safe rather than report empty-handed to the "Boss"(Stanley Fields). Allen robs the express office, but is seen by Moses (Nigel de Brulier), an old hermit, who tells the boys in the saloon that he doesn't know the robber's name but recognized him as the man he had seen that day with Joan. The latter has convinced her father to return the money and they will go to Arizona. Cisco, also seen that day with Joan, gets blamed for the robbery as Gunther has killed ol' Mose who is no longer around to identify Cisco as not being the robber, and Joan is not willing to implicate her father. It is beginning to look like Cisco is indeed through with women, albeit on an involuntary basis.
Lucky Cisco Kid (1940) as Art Director
Cisco and Gordito arrive to find there is an outlaw operating in the area who is assumed to be the Cisco Kid. When a reward is offered for his capture and a large shipment of money goes out, Cisco is on hand. Seeing the gang rob the stage he goes after them only to be wounded. The gang leader leaves Cisco's handkerchief at the scene and now he is wanted for the murder he tried to break up.
Girl in 313 (1940) as Art Director
The Girl from Avenue A (1940) as Art Director
City of Chance (1940) as Art Director
Chad Hanna (1940) as Art Director
Country boy (Fonda) joins a circus in the 1840s and falls in love with the bare-back rider (Lamour). Later he falls in love with another circus runaway (Darnell).
Maryland (1940) as Art Director
Woman (Bainter) tormented by the hunting death of her husband forbids her son (Payne) to have anything to do with horses. But when he falls for the daughter (Joyce) of his father's trainer (Brennan), he defies his mother by entering the Maryland Hunt.
The Man Who Wouldn't Talk (1940) as Art Director
A man involved in a crime (Nolan) kills his key witness by mistake and resigns himself to death. He changes his name so as not to harm his family. The law is not content with his explanation, however.
Down Argentine Way (1940) as Art Director
Love and horse racing spice up an American girl's South American vacation.
Johnny Apollo (1940) as Art Director
A Wall Street broker is jailed for embezzling. His college graduate son then turns to crime to raise money for his father's release.
I Was an Adventuress (1940) as Art Director
Andre Desormeaux, master con artist and jewel thief, has been very successful with his partners, light-fingered Polo and beautiful lure "Countess" Tanya Vronsky. But Tanya falls in love with one of their victims, resigns from the team, and (despite Andre's warning) marries rich young Paul Vernay...for love. Inevitably, Andre and Polo reappear in her life. Can Tanya outwit the master schemer?
Street of Memories (1940) as Art Director
Young As You Feel (1940) as Art Director
Father (Prouty) sells his drugstore and the Jones family heads for New York to enjoy sophisticated city life. They lose all their money before deciding to go back home. This was the last Jones family movie.
The Blue Bird (1940) as Art Director
A woodchopper''''s children go off in search of the bluebird of happiness.
Little Old New York (1940) as Art Director
Steamboat inventor Robert Fulton shows up in New York in 1807. Tavern keeper (Faye) believes in him, but her boyfriend (MacMurray) doesn't. All seems lost when sailors afraid of losing their jobs burn his boat.
The Jones Family in Quick Millions (1939) as Art Director
Day-Time Wife (1939) as Art Director
After catching her husband with his secretary, a young wife goes to work for his business rival.
Boy Friend (1939) as Art Director
A cop pretends to be a crook in order to catch a gang of outlaws. The bad guys run a night club as a front. The cop's sister helps him by singing there; otherwise, she's busy making love to a military cadet.
The Honeymoon's Over (1939) as Art Director
Here I Am a Stranger (1939) as Art Director
Chicken Wagon Family (1939) as Art Director
An traveling merchant (Carrillo) takes his family to New York where he explores his weakness for poker as he looks for work aided by his daughter (Withers).
20,000 Men a Year (1939) as Art Director
Pilot (Scott) disobeys unsafe orders and loses his job. He then starts a flying school which receives a boost when the government launches a program which it hopes will produce 20,000 pilots a year.
Stop--Look and Love (1939) as Art Director
The Jones Family in Hollywood (1939) as Art Director
Wife, Husband and Friend (1939) as Art Director
A husband and wife train to be opera singers.
Pack Up Your Troubles (1939) as Art Director
Out of work vaudevillians join the army in WWI and head for France.
Frontier Marshal (1939) as Art Director
Earp agrees to become marshal and establish order in Tombstone in this very romanticized version of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral (e.g., Doc is killed by Curley before the actual battle and Earp must do the job alone).
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939) as Art Director
Sherlock Holmes uncovers a plot to murder the heir to a country estate.
The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939) as Art Director
Alexander Graham Bell pursues his greatest inventions so he can marry the woman he loves.
Second Fiddle (1939) as Art Director
A Hollywood PR man tries to turn a Minnesota teacher into a star.
Chasing Danger (1939) as Art Director
When American newsreel cameraman (Foster) stationed in Paris is sent to cover an Arab rebellion he finds a financier presumed dead but actually fomenting desert warfare.
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) as Art Director
The future president considers a political career while practicing law.
Susannah of the Mounties (1939) as Art Director
Shirley Temple plays an orphaned survivor rescued by mounties.
It Could Happen to You (1939) as Art Director
The Gorilla (1939) as Art Director
Three screwball detectives try to protect a lawyer from a murderous gorilla.
Hollywood Cavalcade (1939) as Art Director
Michael Linnett Connors takes Molly Adair from Broadway understudy to 1913 Hollywood star. Although she is in love with him, she marries her co-star reckoning wrongly Connors thinks of her only in terms of movies. He fires her in pique, apparently terminally damaging his career.
Everything Happens at Night (1939) as Art Director
Two reporters compete to discover a scientist living in hiding and win his daughter.
News Is Made at Night (1939) as Art Director
Too Busy to Work (1939) as Art Director
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939) as Art Director
The famed sleuth tries to stop Professor Moriarty from stealing the Crown Jewels.
Elsa Maxwell's Hotel for Women (1939) as Art Director
Guests at a women''''s residence club help a jilted small-town girl turn to modeling.
The Escape (1939) as Art Director
An embittered Louie Peronni (Edward Norris) returns from prison to find that his sister, Juli Peronni (Amanda Duff), is engaged to policeman Eddie Farrell (Kane Richmond), and also finds that his secret wife Annie Qualen (June Gale) has placed their baby girl in a foundling home. With his old gang again, Louie plans a robbery of a fur warehouse. Louie shoots down the night watchman and is trailed home where his father Guiseppe Peronni (Henry Armetta) persuades him not to fight it out with the police. Determined to let Louie take the full rap, the gang kidnaps the district attorney's daughter. Annie informs Louie that the kidnapped child is really their own and was adopted from the foundling home.
The Return of the Cisco Kid (1939) as Art Director
Cisco is attracted to Ann Carver and is soon involved in her and her Grandfather's problems. Sheriff McNally has taken their money, their deed, and thrown them in jail. After breaking them out he makes a deal to buy back their land from McNally and to get the money he and his comrades rob the bank. When time for the payoff arrives, McNally has his men ready to nab him but Cisco has a surprise for McNally.
Charlie Chan in Reno (1939) as Art Director
Mary Whitman has gone to Reno to obtain a divorce. While there she is arrested on suspicion of murdering a fellow guest at her hotel (which specializes in divorcers). There are many others at the hotel who wanted the victim out of the way. Charlie comes from his home in Honolulu to solve the murder.
Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence (1939) as Art Director
Drums Along the Mohawk (1939) as Art Director
A young couple fights off Indian attacks to start a farm in the Mohawk Valley.
City in Darkness (1939) as Art Director
Chan goes to Paris for a reunion with friends from World War I. There he investigates the murder of a munitions manufacturer who was supplying arms to the enemy. At the end Charlie preaches to us about the dangers of peace conferences.
Mr. Moto in Danger Island (1939) as Art Director
Winner Take All (1939) as Art Director
When a waiter (Martin) makes a lucky hit and wins a benefit prizefight, gamblers rig some fights for him; but a reporter (Stuart) arranges for a real boxer (Richmond) to put him in his place.
Charlie Chan in Honolulu (1939) as Art Director
The Asian detective discovers a murder on a ship bound for Hawaii.
Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (1939) as Art Director
A novelist friend of Charlie's appears to have committed suicide. At the international Exposition held on San Francisco Bay's Treasure Island Charlie shows that Zodiac, a phony mystic who blackmails clients, is the culprit.
The Cisco Kid and the Lady (1939) as Art Director
Just as Harbison kills a miner, Cisco and Gordito arrive and the dying miner rips his map into three pieces. Harbison tries to get the other two pieces but Cisco continues to outwit him. When Cisco takes the map from Billie who took it from Harbison, she identifies him and he is jailed. Having a change of heart she has a plan to get him out and he has a plan to trap Harbison.
Rose of Washington Square (1939) as Art Director
A singer struggles to keep her criminal boyfriend from trouble.
The Little Princess (1939) as Ballet settings
When her father is reported dead in war, his daughter fights harsh conditions at her boarding school.
The Cowboy and the Lady (1938) as Art Director
A socialite posing as her own maid falls for a rodeo rider.
The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938) as Art Director
Classic biography of the Italian explorer and his journeys to China.
Dead End (1937) as Art Director
A killer returns to his childhood home to plot his escape from the law.
The Hurricane (1937) as Art Director
A Polynesian escapes prison to return home during a raging storm.
Woman Chases Man (1937) as Art Director
A millionaire hires a lady architect to con the money for a housing project out of his wealthy son.
Stella Dallas (1937) as Art Director
After divorcing a society man, a small-town woman tries to build a better life for their daughter.
Strike Me Pink (1936) as Art Director
An assertiveness course gets a shy guy mixed up with racketeers at an amusement park.
These Three (1936) as Art Director
Scandal destroys the lives of two small-town schoolteachers.
Come and Get It (1936) as Art Director
Years after deserting his true love, a lumber tycoon vies with his son for her daughter''''s hand.
One Rainy Afternoon (1936) as Art Director
Actor Philippe Martin and his married date Yvonne plan to neck in a darkened cinema, but he gets the wrong seat and mistakenly kisses lovely Monique, a publisher's daughter. An absurd scandal results; to protect Yvonne, Philippe insists that he was simply overcome by Monique's beauty. This naturally intrigues Monique...but her nominal fiancée feels differently. French bureaucracy is broadly satirized.
Beloved Enemy (1936) as Art Director
During an Irish uprising, a rebel leader and a British noblewoman fall in love.
Dodsworth (1936) as Art Director
A husband whose wife left him looks for new love in Europe.
The Gay Desperado (1936) as Art Director
A Mexican bandit kidnaps a singing cowboy star to learn American ways.
Clive of India (1935) as Art Director
An enterprising clerk leads the British colonial campaign in India.
The Wedding Night (1935) as Art Director
A married author falls for the beautiful farm girl whose inspiration has saved him from writer's block.
Metropolitan (1935) as Art Director
Opera prima donna leaves the Metropolitan to form her own company with Tibbett as leading man. She leaves this company too which means Tibbett and company must carry on without her.
The Dark Angel (1935) as Art Director
Three childhood friends are torn apart by love and World War I.
Barbary Coast (1935) as Art Director
A vice king's girlfriend falls for a young miner.
Les Misérables (1935) as Art Director
An obsessed policeman relentlessly pursues an escaped convict.
The Call of the Wild (1935) as Art Director
Jack Thornton has trouble winning enough at cards for the stake he needs to get to the Alaska gold fields. His luck changes when he pays $250 for Buck, a sled dog that is part wolf to keep him from being shot by an arrogant Englishman also headed for the Yukon.
Folies Bergère de Paris (1935) as Art Director
An entertainer impersonates a look-alike banker, causing comic confusion for his girlfriend and his double's wife.
Splendor (1935) as Art Director
A man disappoints his destitute family by marrying a poor girl.
Cardinal Richelieu (1935) as Art Director
The Affairs of Cellini (1934) as Art Director
Kid Millions (1934) as Art Director
A musical comedy about a Brooklyn boy (Eddie Cantor) who inherits a fortune from his archaeologist father, but has to go to Egypt to claim it.
Looking for Trouble (1934) as Art Director
Joe and Casey trouble-shoot for the phone company. They try to prove that Joes's girl Ethel's boss Dan is a crook but are trapped by criminals and left in a burning building.
The Last Gentleman (1934) as Art Director
In New England circa 1933, a niece is reported missing and presumed dead and Cabot Barr (George Arliss) summons his relatives to the family estate for a memorial service. Once there, Barr taunts each one, claiming their only interest in him is hsi money, and sends them away when the report about the niece proves to be false. Only niece Marjorie, who has ridiculed one of his pet eccentricities, seems to be the object of any sentimental affection. Weeks later, Marjorie and her mother, Augusta (Edna May Oliver) and Allan (Frank Albertson), a young man Barr admires, are invited to Barr manor, where Barr fosters a romance between Marjorie and Allan. When his son, Judd (Donald Meek), seeks to have him declared insane, the shock kills the old man. Again, the family is gathered, a curtain is drawn and the old man appears on a film, and he tells each relative what he is leaving them and why, or why not in the case of Judd who is cut off without a cent. Marjorie is left the bulk of the estate as the old man, on film, declares her to be the only one worthy of carrying on the Barr traditions, and Allan is instructed to marry her and take her name as his family's cognomen. The film and the film within ends with Barr announcing that he hopes to have the pleasure of meeting them all again in another world.
Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1934) as Art Director
Algy, Bulldog Drummond's right-hand-man, is getting married. Bulldog attends; on the way home, in the fog, he enters the (apparently deserted) mansion of Prince Achmed in search of a phone. He finds none, but he does find a body - which disappears when he summons a bobby. Bodies keep disappearing as Drummond keeps summoning the authorities, particularly his long-suffering upstairs neighbor, Captain Nielsen; the ever faithful Algy also finds his wedding night disrupted by, among other things, some emergency code-breaking. And of course, there's a beautiful woman there's always a beautiful woman in this case, Gwen, who turns out to be the daughter of the dead man who started all this.
Gallant Lady (1934) as Art Director
We Live Again (1934) as Art Director
A Russian nobleman discovers the peasant girl he once seduced has turned to crime.
Nana (1934) as Art Director
A streetwalker rises to stage stardom but triggers a scandal when two brothers fall for her.
Born to Be Bad (1934) as Art Director
An unmarried pregnant woman is determined that her child will not grow up to be mistreated.
The Mighty Barnum (1934) as Art Director
Moulin Rouge (1934) as Art Director
The House of Rothschild (1934) as Art Director
The story of the rise of the Rothschild financial empire founded by Mayer Rothschild and continued by his five sons. From humble beginnings the business grows and helps to finance the war against Napoleon, but it's not always easy, especially because of the prejudices against the family.
The Masquerader (1933) as Art Director
An unemployed reporter impersonates his look-alike cousin and falls for the man''''s wife.
Secrets (1933) as Art Director
A New England society girl braves the West to help her husband build his fortune.
The Bowery (1933) as Art Director
"In the Gay Nineties New York had grown up into bustles and balloon Sleeves ... but The Bowery had grown younger, louder and more rowdy until it was known as the 'Livest Mile on the face of the globe' ... the cradle of men who were later to be famous." The scene opens in a saloon named "Nigger Joe's" ...
Roman Scandals (1933) as Settings
Advice to the Lovelorn (1933) as Art Director
Los Angeles newspaper reporter Toby Prentiss is continually in trouble with his editor. He is demoted to running the paper's "Miss Lonelyhearts" advice column because he missed the scoop on a major earthquake whilst out on the town. Determined to be fired from the column he starts to give crazy advice to the readers, but this only makes him even more popular.
Hallelujah I'm a Bum (1933) as Art Director
A tramp rescues the mayor's girlfriend from a suicide attempt.
Broadway Thru a Keyhole (1933) as Art Director
A gangster helps a young dancer rise to stardom only to have her fall for another man.
Cock of the Air (1932) as Settings
The Kid from Spain (1932) as Art Director
An innocent man accused of robbing banks masquerades as a bullfighter to escape the police.
Cynara (1932) as Art Director
Infidelity threatens a lawyer''''s marriage when his fling decides to steal him from his wife.
Rain (1932) as Art Director
A missionary tries to reform a streetwalker trapped on a Pacific island.
Sky Devils (1932) as Settings
Wilkie and Mitchell, trying to desert their draft into the army, stow away on a ship which takes them into the war zone. While AWOL, the rivals for Mary's affections accidently destroy an ammunition dump.
The Unholy Garden (1931) as Settings
A gentleman thief falls for the daughter of the man he's trying to rob.
One Heavenly Night (1931) as Art Director
A flower seller goes into exile in place of a notorious opera singer.
Arrowsmith (1931) as Settings
A crusading doctor fights his way through tragedy to find his true calling.
Indiscreet (1931) as Art Director
The Age for Love (1931) as Settings
The Front Page (1931) as Settings
A crusading newspaper editor tricks his retiring star reporter into covering one last case.
Palmy Days (1931) as Settings
Musical comedy antics in an art deco bakery (motto: "Glorifying the American Doughnut") with Eddie Cantor as an assistant to a phoney psychic, who is mistaken for an efficiency expert and placed in charge. Complications ensue when the psychic and his gang attempt to rub the payroll.
Street Scene (1931) as Settings
A husband's violent reaction becomes the talk of the neighborhood when he catches his cheating wife in the act.
Corsair (1931) as Settings
Whoopee! (1930) as Art Director
Western sheriff Bob Wells is preparing to marry Sally Morgan; she loves part-Indian Wanenis, whose race is an obstacle. Sally flees the wedding with hypochondriac Henry Williams, who thinks he's just giving her a ride; but she left a note saying they've eloped! Chasing them are jilted Bob, Henry's nurse Mary (who's been trying to seduce him) and others.
The Devil to Pay (1930) as Art Director
A spendthrift''''s return shakes up his family.
The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929) as Art Director
Sketches and songs give MGM''''s silent stars a chance to show their stuff in talking pictures.
Queen Kelly (1928) as Art Director
After being seduced by a prince, a convent girl is sent to an African bordello.
The Wedding March (1928) as Art Director
An Austrian Army officer falls for a bourgeois girl to the dismay of both their parents.
The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg (1928) as Art Director
In this silent film, a young prince attending college falls for a barmaid below his station.
The Unknown (1927) as Art Director
In this silent film, an escaped killer pretends to be a sideshow's armless wonder.
Adam and Evil (1927) as Art Director
A wealthy society wife discovers her husband has an evil twin brother.
Beverly of Graustark (1926) as Art Director
His Secretary (1925) as Art Director
When her boss insults her looks, an ugly duckling transforms herself into a beauty.
Greed (1925) as Art Director
In this silent film, lust for gold tears apart a dentist and his wife.
Sinners in Silk (1924) as Art Director
Foolish Wives (1922) as Art Director
A fake count seduces and blackmails rich women on the Riviera.

Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

The Merry Widow (1925) as Costumes
In this silent film, a European nobleman courts the wealthy American widow he once loved to save his bankrupt homeland,
Merry-Go-Round (1923) as Costumes

Art Department (feature film)

L'homme des Folies Bergère (1935) as Décors [Sets]
Wickedness Preferred (1928) as Set Decoration
The Enemy (1928) as Set Decoration
Newlyweds are torn apart by war.
Forbidden Hours (1928) as Settings
A king risks his throne for love of a commoner.
Rose-Marie (1928) as Set Decoration
A romantic drama unfolds when a woman is torn between her love for a Mountie and her loyalty to her outlaw brother.
After Midnight (1927) as Settings
A nightclub hostess falls in love with a hold-up man.
Tea for Three (1927) as Set Decoration
Mr. Wu (1927) as Settings
In this silent film, a Chinese patriarch goes mad when his daughter falls for an Englishman.
The Road to Romance (1927) as Settings
The beautiful Serafina is captured by Balthasar's pirates on an island near Cuba, but the redoubtable José Armando arrives from Spain to effect her rescue.
The Show (1927) as Settings
An unlikely love story surrounding a Budapest sideshow
Bardelys the Magnificent (1926) as Settings
A notorious womanizer falls for the woman he has bet he can trick into marriage.
The Only Thing (1925) as Sets
The Merry Widow (1925) as Settings
In this silent film, a European nobleman courts the wealthy American widow he once loved to save his bankrupt homeland,
Bright Lights (1925) as Sets
Tom loves Patsy, but she lives in the city while he is every bit the country bumpkin. When an invention of his sells, he decides to take the money and go to the city. There he will show Patsy that he can be just what he thinks she wants: a city slicker. But Patsy yearns for the simple pleasure of her country boy, Tom, and is shocked at what shows up at her door.
Merry-Go-Round (1923) as Set Decoration

Film Production - Main (feature film)

The Young Lovers (1964) as Consultant
College students suffer all the heartaches of first love.

Post Production (feature film)

The Goldwyn Follies (1938) as Des in col by
A movie mogul hires an innocent girl to teach him what the average audience member likes.

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