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Cast (feature film)

Air Patrol (1962) as Howie Franklin
Psycho (1960) as Chief of Police James Mitchell
A woman on the run gets mixed up with a repressed young man and his violent mother.
The 3rd Voice (1960) as Judge Kendall
Marion Forbes is the secretary, the lover and the creator of the financial fortunes of Harry Chapman, but Chapman falls in love with Francis and decides to marry her. The revenge of Marion is terrible. With the help of the third voice she kills Harry who is then impersonated by the third voice. All of this to steal $600,000.
Vice Raid (1960) as Police advocate
A prostitute sets out to frame a cop.
King of the Wild Stallions (1959) as Doctor
A young widow and her son on an isolated ranch find themselves being protected by a wild stallion.
The Rookie (1959) as Gen. Bechtel
Gang War (1958) as Sgt. Ernie Tucker
Life Begins at 17 (1958) as Mr. Lippincott
A spoiled rich boy makes a play for a 16-year-old whose sisters shot down his advances.
The Lineup (1958) as Dr. Turkel
A pair of hit men track down a heroin shipment while the police get closer.
Mister Cory (1957) as Guest
Cory, an ambitious Chicago slum kid with a knack for gambling, gets a busboy job at a posh Wisconsin resort...where his real purpose is to gamble with the staff and guests and romance rich young ladies. Setbacks follow, but Cory eventually rises to a high position in the world of professional gambling. But he just can't forget the glamorous Vollard sisters. And now he has even farther to fall...
The Killer Is Loose (1956) as Police captain
A crook tries to avenge his wife''''s accidental shooting by a cop.
Three for Jamie Dawn (1956) as Clerk
Wiretapper (1955) as Prison guard
An Annapolis Story (1955) as Capt. Lord
Two brothers enrolled at the U.S. Naval Academy fall in love with the same girl.
Dial Red O (1955) as Maj. Sutter
The first of the five films where Bill Elliott played a detective lieutenant in the L.A Sheriff's department, Dial Red "O" (the correct title with the number 0 (zero), as on a telephone dial, shown in ") opens with war-torn veteran Ralph Wyatt (Keith Larsen) getting word that his wife is divorcing him, and he flees the psychiatric ward of the veteran's hospital, wanting to talk to her. His escape touches off an all-out manhunt, led by Lieutenant Andy Flynn (Bill Elliott) of the sheriff's department. Wyatt's wife, Connie (Helene Stanley) is having an affair with Norman Roper (Paul Picerni), a judo expert in Wyatt's old Marine unit. When Roper refuses to divorce his own wife (Regina Gibson) to marry Connie, they have a violent quarrel in Connie's apartment. Roper kills Connie and incriminates Wyatt, who is arrested and held on suspicion of homicide. Convinced that Roper is the real murderer, Wyatt escapes from his cell in the Hollywood Sheriff's office, and goes to Roper's home. Lt. Flynn has discovered evidence pointing to Roper as the killer, and arrives in time to prevent Wyatt from killing him. Jazzman Shorty Rogers (and his Giants) are also on hand as part of the Hollywood night life. The Elliott role name was changed to Andy Doyle for the following four films in the series, as there was a real Andy Flynn working in law enforcement in Los Angeles.
The Desperado (1954) as Laurie's father
Wayne Morris, James J. Lydon, Beverly Garland, Rayford Barnes, Dabbs Greer, Lee Van Cleef, Nestor Paiva. While on the run from corrupt carpetbaggers in post-Civil War Texas, a young gunslinger teams up with a fugitive gunfighter to seek revenge on his former partner.
Woman's World (1954) as Executive
An executive plans to fill a high-ranking position by interviewing the candidates'''' wives.
Demetrius and the Gladiators (1954) as Chamberlain
A Greek slave who keeps Christ's robe after the crucifixion is sentenced to be one Caligula's gladiators.
Overland Pacific (1954) as Broden
Jock Mahoney, Peggie Castle, Adele Jergens, William Bishop, Chubby Johnson. Undercover agent Rose Granger is sent to the western village of Oaktown to investigate the delay in a railroad installation. Director Fred F. Sears and star Jock Mahoney previously worked together as actors in Charles Starrett''s "Durango Kid" series.
Riders to the Stars (1954) as Dr. Drayden
Early astronauts try to solve the mysteries of space travel by capturing a meteor.
The Mississippi Gambler (1953) as Hewitt
Mark Fallon, with partner Kansas John Polly, tries to introduce honest gambling on the riverboats. His first success makes enemies of the crooked gamblers and of fair Angelique Dureau, whose necklace he won. Later in New Orleans, Mark befriends Angelique's father, but she still affects to despise him as his gambling career brings him wealth. Duelling, tragedy, and romantic complications follow.
Gunsmoke (1953) as Businessman
Vice Squad (1953) as Carol's father
The head of an escort ring joins forces with a vice cop to solve a murder.
Pickup on South Street (1953) as Fenton
A petty thief accidentally steals a communist spy''''s purse.
The Lawless Breed (1953) as Sheriff Webb
Released from jail, John Wesley Hardin leaves an account of his life with the local newspaper. It tells of his overly religious father, his resulting life of cards and guns, and his love for his step-sister replaced on her death during a gun fight with that for dance-hall girl Rosie.
It Came from Outer Space (1953) as Dr. Snell
No one believes an amateur astronomer''''s spaceship sighting until the town''''s people begin disappearing.
Border City Rustlers (1953)
In 1953 in the United States, there were more homes without television sets than there were with, so William F. Broidy's Newhall Productions would paste two of the 30-minute episodes of The Wild Bill Hickok TV series together and Allied Artists would sell it as a 60-minute feature to theatres. The first half of "Border City Rustlers" is from an unknown-to-me episode (I was one of the citizens who didn't have a TV set in 1953) in which Wild Bill (Guy Madison) and his deputy Jingles P. Jones (Andy Devine) arrive in Green Springs just after the mayor has been killed in a gun battle. The town's Old Maid, Hepsibah (Isabel Randolph), stirs up the other townswomen and is elected mayor. Wild Bill and Jingles help her prove that the local judge (George Eldredge) is behind the town's reign of terrorism. Wild and Jingles saddle up and ride over to Border City (from the episode called "Border City")to mix it up with a gang of international cattle rustlers where, helped by Consuelo (Gloria Talbot), daughter of a Mexican cattle baron, and her cousin Ramon (George J. Lewis), the two marshals nab cattle buyer Flint Kirby (Murray Alper) as the head of the rustlers. Those of us who didn't have TV sets figured Wild Bill and Jingles were twice as good as the usual western heroes as they only took half the usual time to clean up a situation. No, we really didn't. One didn't have to have a telly to figure out these were on-the-cheap productions. The cast order in the theatre-released films is not the same as that shown on the original TV episodes, as Newhall Productions and/or Allied Artists would crunch both casts together to get the better-known names closer to the top.
Valley of Head Hunters (1953) as Commissioner Kingston
In the 12th of the "Jungle Jim" series from Sam Katzman's production unit at Columbia, Jim (Johnny Weissmuller) is assigned to accompany a government agent into the interior to get the native's approval for copper mining. Unknown to Jim, Arco (Robert C. Foulk), also wants approval but for oil, not copper. Arco and his henchies make a series of raids on the villages which he is able to blame on Jungle Jim.
The Man from the Alamo (1953) as Sheriff Kohl
A survivor of the battle at the Alamo returns home to find his family has been killed by a bunch of thugs disguised as Mexican soldiers. He then grows intent on enacting revenge despite the lack of support for his cause.
Just Across the Street (1952) as John Ballinger
California Conquest (1952) as Capt. John C. Fremont
A wealthy landowner leads the fight to leave Mexican rule and make California a state.
Phone Call from a Stranger (1952) as Doctor
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.
Brave Warrior (1952) as Barney Demming
Jon Hall, Christine Larson, Jay Silverheels, Michael Ansara, Harry Cording. Set in Indiana just prior to the War of 1812, this western drama follows government agent Jon Hall as he attempts to expose the perpetrator of recent Indian insurrections.
The Duel at Silver Creek (1952) as Jim Ryan
The "Silver Kid" is an orphan who is deputized by the marshal of Silver City to help rid the town of a gang of gold mine claim-jumpers who will kill anyone who stands in their way.
Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land (1952) as Fred Lewis
The famed explorer leads an anthropologist to a lost civilization of giants.
Monkey Business (1952) as Peabody, auto salesman
A scientist's search for the fountain of youth makes him and his wife regress to childhood.
My Six Convicts (1952) as Convict #3
A prison psychologist tries to rehabilitate six hardcore criminals.
Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair (1952) as
The hillbilly farmers try to raise money to send their daughter to college.
Meet Danny Wilson (1952) as Lt. Kelly
Danny Wilson and partner Mike make a meager living singing in dives and hustling pool. One night they meet entertainer Joy Carroll, who gets them a job at racketeer Nick Driscoll's posh nightclub. But Nick wants a high price: half of Danny's future income. Danny's career skyrockets, but his position at the top of the heap, and his one-sided romance with Joy, prove extremely unstable.
Bonzo Goes to College (1952) as Professional scout
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.
Springfield Rifle (1952) as Judge advocate
A Union officer goes undercover to root out Confederate raiders.
Flesh and Fury (1952) as Dr. Edgar Buell
Deaf boxer Paul Callan captures the interest of gold-digging blonde Sonya Bartow and retired fight manager 'Pop' Richardson. For a time, Sonya has the upper hand with Paul, but ultimately a rival appears in the shape of upper-crust reporter Ann Hollis. With a 3-way fight under way for influence over Paul, he takes matters into his own hands, but learns that getting what he wanted isn't necessarily a happy ending.
Carson City (1952) as Mine owner
When the local stagecoach is raided by bandits, a western banker sinks all of his capital into a railway line.
Frenchie (1951) as
A woman sells her successful business in New Orleans to find the men who killed her father.
Fingerprints Don't Lie (1951) as King Sullivan
Let's Go Navy (1951) as 3d officer
The Bowery Boys join the Navy to catch some crooks posing as sailors.
Fury of the Congo (1951) as Barnes
Jungle Jim aids the women of a tribe whose men have been enslaved by a narcotics gang to hunt down a sacred zebra-like animal, called the Okongo. This animal is the source of a powerful drug that the gang intends to exploit. Some of Jim's obstacles include a leopard and a giant desert spider.
One Too Many (1951) as City editor
Counterspy Meets Scotland Yard (1951) as Assistant
The Texas Rangers (1951) as Marshal
The head of the Texas Ranger enlists two convicts to track an outlaw band.
Half Angel (1951) as Court clerk
A prim and proper lady has an alter ego that comes out while she sleepwalks.
Samson and Delilah (1950) as Lord
Epic re-telling of the story of the Biblical strongman laid low by love.
Shadow on the Wall (1950) as Clerk
A child is left mute by the sight of her stepmother's murder.
Bodyhold (1950) as Policeman Morgan
Tommy Jones, a well-built plumber, is invited to join a troupe of professional wrestlers, but is surprised to learn that the sport of exhibition wrestling is not on the up-and-up.
Tales of the West 2 (1950) as Marshal [Kelly]
Hi-Jacked (1950) as Digbey
Chain Gang (1950) as Adams
A reporter gets a job as a prison guard to document inhuman conditions.
Rookie Fireman (1950) as Floyd
Customs Agent (1950) as Agent
Federal Man (1950) as Brandon
A government agent tries to take down a powerful drug smuggler.
Sierra Passage (1950) as Sheriff
Written (with Tom Blackburn and Sam Roeca) by actor Warren Douglas using the name of Warren D. Wandberg: When Yance Carter(Alan Hale,Jr.),Andy(Paul McGuire) and Bart(Richard Karlan), professional killers, murder his father, 13-year-old Johnny Yorke(Billy Gray)is adopted by Thad Kring(Lloyd Corrigan), owner of a traveling minstrel show, featuring Sam Cooper(Roland Winters) as his ace sharpshooter.For the next ten years, while working in the show and becoming an ace sharpshooter with Cooper as his mentor,the adult Johnny(Wayne Morris)maintains a relentless search for Yance, whom he knows only as a big man with a missing finger and a high piercing laugh.In an attempt to find a restraining influence on the revenge-mad Johnny, Thad hires pretty Ann Walker(Lola Albright)to be Johnny's assistant in his sharp-shooting act, but Johnny's desire for revenge precludes marriage.When Yance, Andy and Bart hold up a train on which the minstrel troupe is traveling, Johnny gives pursuit, despite the pleadings of Ann and Thad.He trails the killers for several months without success, eventually winding up in Silver Springs,where the ministrel show is playing. Johnny agrees to perform his act with the troupe and, during the show, he hears Yance's peculiar laugh coming from the audience.
Holiday Affair (1949) as Elevator starter
A young widow is torn between a boring businessman and a romantic ne'er-do-well.
Prison Warden (1949) as Guard
Quick on the Trigger (1949) as Alfred Murdock
The Last Bandit (1949) as Bank teller
About to marry Jim Plummer (Forrest Tucker), Kate Foley (Adrian Booth) runs off to Nevada when Ed Bagley (Grant Withers) convinces her a quick fortune can be made robbing gold shipments that are being transported by the railroad. In Bannock City she meets reformed-bandit Frank Plummer (William Elliott), posing as Frank Norris, brother of Jim Plummer, who has being going straight and working as an express shipment guard. Jim also shows up and plans a robbery by stealing a train and hiding it in an abandoned tunnel. The two brothers are on opposite sides of the law with the now-reformed Kate caught in the middle.
Kazan (1949) as
Bad Boy (1949) as Gambler
A lawman tries to find the source of a juvenile delinquent's bad behavior.
The Sky Dragon (1949) as Stacey
For the Love of Mary (1948) as Guard
The Babe Ruth Story (1948) as Reporter
A childlike oaf becomes the greatest star in baseball.
Campus Sleuth (1948) as Officer Edwards
King of the Gamblers (1948) as Saunders
Shanghai Chest (1948) as Pat Finley
Vic Armstrong arrives at his Uncle Judge Armstrong's home just in time to answer the telephone. Unknown to him, his uncle has just been murdered and the culprit is right there in the room with him! Phyllis Powers, on the other end of the line, recognizes Vic's voice, but just then Vic is knocked unconscious by the murderer. When he awakens, he (for reasons known only to movie mystery writers) pulls the knife out of his uncle's back, thus putting his fingerprints all over it, and just in time for the police, having been called by a worried Phyllis, to discover him standing over the body. Well, we know he didn't do it, but the police don't agree. Can Charlie Chan recognize the boy's innocence, and find the real murderer before Vic is sent into durance vile, or even worse?
Jinx Money (1948) as Tax man
The Bowery Boys find a dead gangster's loot-and the mob out to get it back.
False Paradise (1948) as Radley
After Bentley sells Professor Larson a worthless ranch, Hoppy tells banker Waite there is silver on the ranch. Waite tells Bentley and Bentley tries to buy it back. When he fails, Waite lends money to finance a mine but puts a 30 day due date on it. Hoppy takes over running the mine but Bentley puts his henchman to work to make sure the venture fails.
The Fabulous Texan (1947) as Tax collector
A couple of Confederate soldiers, returning home from the Civil War, find Texas transformed into an armed camp with a quasi-dictator gathering up land and power as fast as he can. The two former Rebels take on this despot each in his own way.
Dead Reckoning (1947) as Police officer
A tough veteran sets out to solve his war buddy's murder.
The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (1946) as Robin Hood man
Robins Hood''''s son reunites the Merry Men to battle royal corruption.
Because of Him (1946) as Reporter
A beautiful young woman, an aspiring actress, trick a famous stage star into signing a letter recommending her talents to a producer friend, with amusing results.
Shadows Over Chinatown (1946) as Lannigan
Chinese detective Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler) is on his way to San Francisco to take over a murder case when he meets a woman, Mrs. Conover (Mary Gordon), who is searching for her missing daughter and a young man, Jeff Tilford (Bruce Kellogg), who is looking for his missing fiancee. Investigation by Charlie discloses they are both looking for the same girl, Mary Conover (Tanis Chandler). Chan eventually uncovers a murder gang, which has been collecting the life insurance of its victims.
Below the Deadline (1946) as Vail
A veteran joins the mob to avenge his gangster brother''''s murder.
The Devil's Playground (1946) as U.S. marshal
Hoppy finds a wounded girl and later finds Judge Morton who claims the girl is his daughter and he is looking for her. But Hoppy soon learns the girl is looking for stolen gold she wants to return and the Judge in not her father but only wants the gold. Hoppy and the girl find the gold but the Judge and his men find Hoppy and the boys and trap them in a cabin.
The Phantom Thief (1946) as Policeman
A reformed thief tries to stop a murderous blackmailer.
Passkey to Danger (1946) as Mr. Nelson
Live Wires (1946) as Policeman
In their first film, the Bowery Boys tackle gangsters.
Dark Alibi (1946) as Brand
Famed Asian detective Charlie Chan tries to disprove fingerprint evidence left at a bank robbery.
The Gentleman Misbehaves (1946) as Official
Her Adventurous Night (1946) as Police radio announcer
In Fast Company (1946) as Officer
The Bowery Boys get wrapped up in a taxi war.
River Gang (1945) as Reporter
The Crimson Canary (1945) as Wilson
The Chicago Kid (1945) as Car owner
Counter-Attack (1945) as Russian officer
Two Russians fight to escape the seven Nazi soldiers trapped with them in a bombed building.
Honeymoon Ahead (1945) as Caldwell
Mom and Dad (1945) as Dan Blake
Because a high school girl's parents refuse to discuss sex education (called "personal hygiene" in the film) with her, she gets pregnant by her boyfriend, who conveniently dies. Her parents are blamed, and the local sex education teacher uses this opportunity to show a film showing the dangers (and results) of VD and the birth of a baby.
Rustlers of the Badlands (1945) as Jim Norton
The Durango Kid fights to catch the rustlers who killed an Army officer.
Frontier Gal (1945) as Henchman
There Goes Kelly (1945) as Quigley
A radio station page tries to solve a singer''''s murder.
The Story of Dr. Wassell (1944) as Damage control officer USN, battle
A Navy doctor fights to help wounded sailors escape the Japanese during World War II.
Return of the Ape Man (1944) as Patrolman
While on an Arctic expedition, two scientists find the frozen body of a prehistoric caveman. They bring him home to their laboratory, but decide that in order to fully utilize (and control) him, they must transplant a more developed brain into the caveman.
Once Upon a Time (1944) as
A Broadway producer finds fame with his new act -- a dancing caterpillar.
The Racket Man (1944) as Jerry
The Impostor (1944) as Voice
Hey, Rookie (1944) as Capt. Mulligan
Musical comedy star Jimmy Leighter wants to get away from show biz and his leading lady Winnie Clark, so he joins the Army. There he gets the order to put on a show, Winnie Clark appears in a camp show, hears about his task and offers him his help. He thinks, she does it for her publicity only, so he doesn't want to know anything about this, till he finds out, that she has no such intentions.
The Old Texas Trail (1944) as Sparks Diamond
As Jim Wiley, a stageline troubleshooter, arrives he is shot and relieved of his identification papers. Thinking him dead, those against the stage line construction send an imposter in his place to slow down the work. But Jim survives and now believed to be the outlaw that shot him, gets a job on the construction crew in an effort to find the big boss behind all the trouble.
Song of the Range (1944) as Cleve Trevor
Oklahoma Raiders (1944) as James Prescott
Oklahoma Raiders is yet one more Betty Burbridge re-working of an original Bennett Cohen story ("Come on Danger,1932", "The Renegade Ranger, 1938", "Come On Danger, 1942" and "Alias Billy the Kid, 1946" among a couple of other uses), usually commissioned by Cohen or Oliver Drake as Associate Producers of whichever version they were involved with. In this one, the hero is an investigator sent by the U.S. Army rather than the Texas Rangers, but the roots show quickly. During the Civil War, Union Army Lieutenant Steve Nolan (Tex Ritter) and Corporal Banjo Bonner (Fuzzy Knight) are assigned to trail and capture "El Vengador/The Avenger", outlaw leader whose band is stealing herds of wild horses before they can be delivered on contract to the Army. Disguised as an unshaven, seedy cowpuncher, Steve arrives in Benton, Oklahoma territory and witnesses the robbery of the post office by Duggan (Dick Alexander) and Higgins (I. Stanford Jolley), henchmen of Arnold Drew (Jack Ingram), who holds the contract to deliver the horses. Steve stops the two robbers but is wounded by the unseen Drew. The townspeople assume the unconscious Steve is part of the gang, and Judge Clem Masters (John Elliott) instructs a deputy (Ethan Laidlaw) to take Steve to the next town to have his head-wound treated. Drew orders Duggan and Higgins to ambush the wagon and kill Steve, but they shoot the deputy instead, and the team runs away with the helpless Steve. He is dumped over an ambankment just as Donna Ross (Jennifer Holt), Todd Wingate (Dennis Moore) and Boone Talbot (Stephen Keyes) arrive on the scene. Donna takes Steve to a hideout in the mountains, where she is revealed as El Vengador, leading a group of dispossed ranchers against Drew and land agent James Prescott (George Eldredge), who have illegaly taken over the rancher's lands, so they can take over the contract of furnishing the horses. Steve is nursed back to health by Donna and returns clean-shaven to Benton to gather evidence against the Drew/Prescott gang, but Donna and Todd think he is a spy that has betrayed them. Former Universal (1937-1939) western star Bob Baker is relagated to just a bit as a cowboy leaning against the saloon bar, and one of the lynch-mob leaders later on.
Trigger Trail (1944) as Rance Hudson
Can't Help Singing (1944) as Captain Sherwood
A senator''''s daughter follows her boyfriend in the days of the California gold rush.
Jam Session (1944) as Berkley Bell
A Texas girl wins a trip to Hollywood, but the best job she can get is as secretary to a writer.
U-Boat Prisoner (1944) as George Akton
Girl in the Case (1944) as Henry
Stars on Parade (1944) as Director
The Climax (1944) as Reporter
Dr. Hohner (Karloff), theatre physician at the Vienna Royal Theatre, murders his mistress, the star soprano when his jealousy drives him to the point of mad obsession. Ten years later, another young singer (Foster) reminds Hohner of the late diva, and his old mania kicks in. Hohner wants to prevent her from singing for anyone but him, even if it means silencing her forever. The singer's fiancée (Bey) rushes to save her in the film's climax.
Trigger Law (1944) as Corey
Frontier Badmen (1943) as Cattle buyer
There's Something About a Soldier (1943) as Transportation manager
Five officer candidates fight to prove their mettle during training.
Top Man (1943) as Mike
Two Tickets to London (1943) as Fireman
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1943) as Policeman
Sherlock Holmes fights to keep a new bombsite design from the Nazis.
Frontier Law (1943) as Slinger [Jones]
Riding south from Montana, Jim Warren (Russell Hayden) and his friend, Ramblin' Rufe (Fuzzy Knight), discover that Jim's old pal, Dusty Norton (Dennis Moore), is working for triggerman Joe Hawkins (Jack Ingram). Later, Jim and Rufe see cattleman Frank Rodgers (Hal Taliaferro) kill cattleman Farrell (Michael Vallon) in self defense, after a dispute about the illegal grazing of Farrell's stock on Rodgers' land. The only other witness is Lois (Jennifer Holt), Rodgers' daughter. Rodgers is jailed, and Hawkins, who has also been stealing cattle from both ranches and altering the brands, tries to incite a lynching. Hawkins causes a confrontation between Jim and Dusty that leads to a climatic gun battle with the two old pals against the Hawkins gang.
Raiders of San Joaquin (1943) as Gus Sloan
The Lone Star Trail (1943) as Doug Ransom
Rancher Blaze Barker (Johnny Mack Brown) returns to Dead Falls after being framed by land-grabbers and spending two years in jail. Paroled, he can't wear a gun, but is aided by Marshal Fargo Steele (Tex Ritter). The gang is out to gain control of all of the valley land before a dam is constructed. When Blaze raises the money to pay off the taxes on his ranch, he finds it has been marked to incriminate him.
Calling Dr. Death (1943) as District Attorney
Losing his memories of the last few days, neurologist Dr. Steele is told that his wife has been brutally murdered. Steele, aware of his conniving wife's infidelity, believes he may have been the killer and enlists the aid of his pretty nurse Stella to hypnotize him into recovering his lost memories.
The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler (1943) as Gestapo colonel
The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) as Constable
The twisted Ygor plots to put his brain into the Frankenstein monster''''s body.
Top Sergeant (1942) as Deputy
An Army jeep is forced off the road by fleeing bandits. Sergeant Dick Manson (Don Terry), his kid brother Jack (Gene Garrick), and Corporals Frenchy Devereaux (Leo Carrillo) and Andy Jarrett (Andy Devine) follow and are joined by a posse of deputy sheriffs. Three of the robbers are killed in a shoot-out, but one of them, Al Bennett (Don Porter), escapes after wounding Jack, who dies. Bennett figures a perfect hideout would be in the Army, and becomes one of the recruits assigned to Manson. He gets into trouble because of his attitude, and particularly with Manson when he gets the Colonel's daughter, Helen (Elyse Knox), into covering up his A.W.O.L. G-Men reveal that some of the bank money has been passed at a local jewellery store. When Manson learns that Bennett has given Helen a gift trinket, he jumps at the clue, and drives her down to question the jeweler. They find him murdered. At the Army war games, Bennett blows up a bridge and several men are killed, and he diverts the blame upon Frenchy and Andy, who are court martialed for negligent homicide. Manson discovers a witness who identifies Bennett as one of the bank robbers.
They Died with Their Boots On (1942) as Captain Riley
Romanticized biography of General George Armstrong Custer and his last stand.
The Corpse Vanishes (1942) as Mike
A mad scientist kills brides and uses their glands to keep his wife alive.
Unseen Enemy (1942) as Marshal
The Living Ghost (1942) as Tony Weldon
A former detective investigates a wealthy kidnap victim who returns with brain damage.
Joan of Ozark (1942) as Chandler
The Captain of Koepenick (1941) as
An investigator goes after the people who are corrupting the nation's youth by spreading the weed of Satan - Marijuana.
Roaring Frontiers (1941) as Sheriff
When Tex confronts Hawk Hammond about the murder of his father, the Sheriff is shot. Hammond claims Tex did it and arriving, Bill Hickok takes the job of bringing Tex in. Avoiding Hammond's lynch mob, Bill and Tex take the stage to the County seat. At the relay station Tex finally realizes their mysteriouous stage passenger was in the room when the Sheriff was killed. Finding him gone they head out after him.
Pacific Blackout (1941) as Police announcer
I Wanted Wings (1941) as Captain computer
Story follows the training and personal lives of three recruits in the Army Air Corps --- a wealthy playboy, a college jock and an auto mechanic. Love interest is supplied by a female photographer and a sultry blonde.
Buzzy Rides the Range (1940) as Fred Ames
Take Me Back to Oklahoma (1940) as Brandon
The Star Maker (1939) as Reporter
Paroled from the Big House (1938) as "Red" Heron
Special Agent K-7 (1937) as Prosecutor
Till We Meet Again (1936) as English officer spy

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