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Also Known As: Died: February 24, 2007
Born: May 19, 1906 Cause of Death: complications from a broken hip
Birth Place: Tacoma, Washington, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Deadhead Miles (1982) as Johnny Mesquitero
A picaresque tale in which a trucker steals a truck, picks up a tramp for company and heads west. En route he encounters an array of bizarre characters including a mysterious man in black, who drives a hearse and seems to incarnate the American past.
The Fiend of Dope Island (1961) as Charlie Davis
One night in the lives of young Native American men and women--transplants from Southwest reservations--living in the Bunker Hill district of Los Angeles, as they flirt, drink, party, fight, and dance.
The Outsider (1961) as Major-General Bridges
A Native veteran who helped raise the flag at Iwo Jima suffers from survivor''''s guilt.
The Alligator People (1959) as Dr. Erik Lorimer
A newlywed couple sit in a train. The husband receives a frantic telegram. He gets off at a station to make a phone call, the train pulls away without him on it, and that¿s the last his wife sees of him. Years later after a long search she finally tracks him down on his family¿s southern estate where she discovers that a failed medical treatment has turned him into an alligator mutant.
The Cosmic Man (1959) as Dr. Karl Sorenson
The latest UFO, a white globe levitating in a California canyon, is investigated by the Air Force, aided by physicist Karl Sorensen. Just big enough for one "man", the object seems impenetrable, but that night a half-invisible being visits the town, and a strange bundled-up man takes a room at Angela Green's mountain lodge, the investigators' headquarters. Sorensen thinks the Cosmic Man is benevolent, but to the colonel he represents either danger...or military advantage.
Flaming Frontier (1958) as Capt. James Huston
Three Violent People (1957) as Harrison
Two brothers and the wife of one, seething about the pillaging by a ruthless and greddy provisional government, become involved in conflict.
The Three Outlaws (1956) as Charlie Trenton
When they learn that their brother Matt Denton (Ross Latimer) is awaiting trial in California, charged with train robbery, deputies Tom Denton (Preston Foster) and Fred Denton (Jim Davis) leave their home in Fort Grant, Texas and head west. They arrive in Tulare just in time to rescue Matt from being hanged, but a guard is killed during their escape. Ed Larkin (Rory Mallinson) who framed Matt, falsely accuses them of a long list of crimes. They return to Fort Grant so that Tom can see his sweetheart Laura Brook (Virginia Grey). They encounter outlaw Bill Devlin (William Haade) who persuades them to hold up a train which Laura unwittingly told them would carry a large payroll. Soon the whole territory is enraged at their deeds. They return to Fort Grant to hold up the two banks that are filled with huge sums of cattle money.
Hidden Guns (1956) as Stragg
The outlaw Stragg has the town so intimidated that no one will speak against him no matter what he does. Sheriff Young heads for a nearby town, where there is a witness willing to testify. Meanwhile, Stragg hires a gunman to take care of the sheriff and the witness.
Love Me Tender (1956) as Maj. Kincaid
Three brothers unwittingly become outlaws after robbing a train the day after peacetime.
The Bottom of the Bottle (1956) as Brand
Patrick Martin (Joseph Cotten), known as P.M., is a wealthy attorney and rancher big-man-in-town in the border town of Nogales, Arizona. He returns home to find his brother Donald (Van Johnson)hiding in his garage. A former drunkard, Donald had been sent to the penitentiary five years previously for killing a man in a barroom brawl. It was in self-defense but P.M. hadn't defended his brother and he was convicted. Donald has escaped and wants his brother to help him across the Santa Cruz River into the Mexico-side Nogales, where his wife (Shirley Patterson as Shawn Smith)and children (Kim Charney and Sandy Deschler) are in dire straits. The straits get even dier when P.M. tells him the river is flooded and it will be days before anyone can cross. And P.M. is all a'twitter because his wife Nora (Ruth Roman), whom he married after Donald had gone to prison, doesn't know about his jail-bird brother. He introduces Donald to Nora and the rest of his Cadillac Cowboy and ranch society friends as an old friend, and is kept busy trying to make sure old Donald doesn't find anything harder that ginger ale to drink. Donald gets a telephone call telling him that his family has gone from dire straits to destitution and when P.M. won't get some money to them through his contacts in the Mexico side of Nogales, Donald knocks him down and grabs a couple of bottles of whiskey and dashes out of the house into the rain.
Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer (1956) as Daniel Boone
The Big Tip Off (1955) as Robert Gilmore
Robbers' Roost (1955) as Bull Herrick
A rancher having 6000 head of cattle to get to market hires two gangs that hate each other. He figues each gang will not let the other rustle the cattle. Tex arrives looking for the man that killed his wife and took his horses. Finding his horses he joins the gang that are now riding them. Caught in the battle between the gangs when one double-crosses the other, he now finds the man he is looking for.
Strategic Air Command (1955) as Gen. Espy
A baseball star takes to the air to help plan the U.S.'''' aerial defense.
Dragonfly Squadron (1954) as Dr. Stephen Cottrell
A Korean War film with a secondary plot of the training of South Korean pilots, to fly fighters in air defense, by American Air Force instructors,led by Major Brady, a famed and skilled-but-grounded pilot, assigned to the Kongku base. Once there he meets again Donna Cottrell (Barbara Britton), whom he was about to marry a year ago until she learned that she wasn't the widow she thought she was. Her husband (Bruce Bennett), had been a prisoner and wasn't dead, and showed up before the wedding and more or less put a damper on the whole proceedings. He is the base doctor and also keeps a wary eye on his wife and Brady. Not a bad idea considering the short period of grief she went through, after being informed he was dead, before heading for the altar with Brady. But Bruce Bennet, as was par for the course for characters Bennett usually played, does the right thing and gets himself blown up by an enemy bomb (and is certified real dead this time), thereby ensuring the two top-billed players will end up together.
Dream Wife (1953) as Charlie Elkwood
For state reasons, a diplomat fakes an engagement to a Middle Eastern princess.
Sudden Fear (1952) as Steve Kearney
An ambitious actor insinuates himself into the life of a wealthy middle-aged woman, then plots with his mistress to murder her.
The Last Outpost (1951) as Col. Jeb Britton
Brothers on opposite sides of the Civil War join forces to fight off marauding Indians.
Angels in the Outfield (1951) as Saul Hellman
The short-tempered manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates mends his ways in return for a little divine assistance.
The Great Missouri Raid (1951) as Cole Younger
The Second Face (1950) as Paul Curtis
A homely woman injured in a car crash awakes to find the plastic surgery has transformed her into a first class beauty.
Mystery Street (1950) as Dr. McAdoo
Criminal pathologists try to crack a case with nothing but the victim's bones to go on.
Shakedown (1950) as David Glover
The House Across the Street (1949) as Keever
Mob pressure sends a crusading reporter from the front page to the advice column.
The Younger Brothers (1949) as Jim Younger
Three law-breaking brothers try to go straight, only to be hounded by a vengeful detective.
Task Force (1949) as McCluskey
A naval officer devotes his life to the development of the aircraft carrier.
Without Honor (1949) as Fred Bandle
Jane Bandle has recently married, but Bill, her husband's brother, tries to wreck her marriage because Jane rejected his sexual advances before her marriage.
The Doctor and the Girl (1949) as Dr. Alfred Norton
A doctor leaves his wealthy family to work in the slums.
Undertow (1949) as [Chuck] Reckling
After being released from prison, an ex-convict is framed for a murder. The man sets out to find the real killers before the police blame the crime on him.
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) as Cody
Dobbs and Curtin meet up in Mexico, and go to work for a contractor, MacClane, who takes them away to remote site and tells them they will be paid when the job is finished. When they are finished, they return to town to find MacClane to get their wages. MacClane gives them a few dollars, and says he'll just go to the bank and pick up the payroll for them. Dobbs and Curtin then meet up with an old prospector, who claims the hills are still full of gold, and if they can get the cash, he'll go with them. They eventually get the cash from MacClane after a little "persuasion", and all three set off for the hills as good friends, but will they return that way?
To the Victor (1948) as Henderson
An American blackmarketeer falls in love with the wife of Nazi collaborator.
Smart Girls Don't Talk (1948) as Marty Fain
A society woman gets involved with a gangster only to find he has hidden plans.
Silver River (1948) as Stanley Moore
A ruthless gambler''''s rise to power is cut short by character flaws.
The Man I Love (1947) as San Thomas
A night-club singer gets involved with a mobster.
Nora Prentiss (1947) as Dr. Joel Merriman
An ambitious singer ruins a doctor''s life.
Dark Passage (1947) as Bob
A man falsely accused of his wife''''s murder escapes to search for the real killer.
Cheyenne (1947) as Ed Landers, the Poet
A gambler falls for the wife of the outlaw he's out to catch.
A Stolen Life (1946) as Jack Talbot
A twin takes her deceased sister''''s place as wife of the man they both love.
Danger Signal (1945) as Dr. Andrew Lang
A man suspected of murder charms a secretary into helping him.
Mildred Pierce (1945) as Bert Pierce
A woman turns herself into a business tycoon to win her selfish daughter a place in society.
U-Boat Prisoner (1944) as Archie Gibbs
I'm from Arkansas (1944) as Bob Hamline
Murder in Times Square (1943) as Supal George
A stage actor tries to solve a bizarre series of murders.
Frontier Fury (1943) as Clem Hawkins
Indian Agent Steve Langdon is dismissed from his job when a money shipment he was transporting is robbed. He fought with one of the robbers and saw a tattoo on his arm. Later when Stella arrives Steve learns she was jilted by Dan Bentley, the man with that tattoo. So Steve puts her to work in a medicine show hoping she will be seen by one of Bentley's men.
The Fighting Devil Dogs (1943) as Lt. Frank Corby
In Singapore, two US Marine Lieutenants, Tom Grayson and Frank Corby, discover the threat of a new villain called The Lightning, a masked villain who uses a powerful lightning based weapon in his bid for world conquest. Unfortunately, the battle becomes personal when The Lightning annihilates the officers' unit, and later kills Lt. Grayson's father as he was helping the investigation of the weapon. Now, those young marines have dedicated themselves to stopping The Lightning and bringing him to justice.
Sahara (1943) as "Waco" Hoyt
An international platoon fights off Nazis in World War II Africa.
The More the Merrier (1943) as Evans
The World War II housing shortage brings three people together for an unlikely romance.
There's Something About a Soldier (1943) as Frank Malloy
Five officer candidates fight to prove their mettle during training.
Underground Agent (1942) as Lee Graham
Sabotage Squad (1942) as Lieutenant John Cronin
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1942) as Tommy Lydel
Submarine Raider (1942) as First Officer Russell
A submarine captain tries to warn the Navy about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Atlantic Convoy (1942) as Capt. [Jim] Morgan
Tillie the Toiler (1941) as Tom
Honolulu Lu (1941) as Skelly
Two Latins from Manhattan (1941) as American
Three Girls About Town (1941) as Reporter
Sisters working at a hotel try to hide a dead body before the next convention arrives.
The Officer and the Lady (1941) as Bob Conlon
Convicted Woman (1940) as Reporter
An innocent woman sent to prison becomes the focus of a prison-reform movement.
Girls of the Road (1940) as Officer Sullavan
The governor''''s daughter tries to win fair treatment for female vagrants by joining them on the road.
The Man with Nine Lives (1940) as State trooper
A doctor''''s attempts to cure cancer lead to a series of grisly murders.
Phantom Submarine (1940) as Paul Sinclair
West of Abilene (1940) as Frank Garfield
The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date (1940) as Scotty
A reformed thief tracks down a missing stamp collection and a kidnapped businessman.
The Secret Seven (1940) as Pat Norris
Before I Hang (1940) as Dr. Paul Ames
A mad scientist experiments with a serum tainted with a psychopath''''s blood.
Escape to Glory (1940) as Lieutenant
Amid rumors of war in Europe, a group of Americans rush homeward aboard a British freighter.
Blazing Six Shooters (1940) as Winthrop
Karsin and Lash are after the Kenyon and Rawlins ranches where they have spotted silver ore. When Lash robs Rawlins and kills Kenyon, Jeff suspects them and makes a plan to nab the two. He sells the ranch to Karsin and as suspected, Karsin pays with the stolen bills. But Lash is suspicious of his partner and arrivers to re-take the money by force and flee.
The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady (1940) as McManus
A reformed jewel thief tries to clear a society beauty of murder charges.
Five Little Peppers at Home (1940) as King's chauffeur
Five siblings enlist a crusty old businessman to help save their mother from bankruptcy.
Island of Doomed Men (1940) as Hazen
A government agent infiltrates a prison island to build a case against its corrupt, sadistic warden.
Hi-Yo Silver (1940) as Bert Rogers
Five Little Peppers and How They Grew (1939) as Chauffeur
A case of measles gets a working class family mixed up with a blustering businessman's clan.
My Son Is Guilty (1939) as Lefty
Tim Kerry, a cop on the beat in Hell's Kitchen, welcomes his grown son Ritzy home after a two-year prison term. Ritzy's former friends and his ex-girl Julia join with Tim in hoping he'll go straight. But local gang leader Claire Morelli (the former boss's widow) knows of Ritzy's talents from other ex-cons, and makes him an offer hard to refuse. A chain of double-crosses seems to make tragedy inevitable...
Daredevils of the Red Circle (1939)
Diabolical mastermind Harry Crowel, a.k.a. Prisoner 39013, escapes and, with a seemingly endless supply of henchmen, sets out to destroy all holdings of industrialist Horace Granville, who put him in prison. One target is an amusement park, home of the three Daredevils of the Red Circle, who perform death-defying stunts. Aghast at innocent lives lost, our three heroes swear to capture No. 39013. It'll be harder than they suspect; the villain is holding the real Granville captive, and with a near-perfect disguise, has taken his place!
Blondie Brings Up Baby (1939) as Chauffeur
Blondie and Dagwood Bumstead lose Baby Dumpling as well as Daisy the dog.
Cafe Hostess (1939) as Budge
Jo (Ann Dvorak), a "percentage girl" at the notorious Club 46, is in despair. She can see no way out of the dreary and sordid routine of entertaining customers - called drinking and dancing in 1940 - and, at a signal from piano player Eddie Morgan (Douglas Fowley), rolling them for their money. Eddie, besides being brutal to her and spending all her money, is also carrying on an affair with another girl. Jo's only friend is Annie (Wynne Gibson), a former actress but now a drink-sodden derelict. Annie keeps to herself the knowledge that it was Eddie who threw the knife that killed a petty racketeer who was too attentive to Jo. Sailor Dan Walters (Preston Foster) and two of his pals arrive from a cruise and his good nature delights Joe, but at a wink from Eddie, Jo attempts to steal his money. Dan swallows his disillusionment and returns to the cafe, and he and Jo enjoy a day-long picnic together. She accepts his marriage proposal and go to an up-state town where he has a job waiting. Eddie does not accept this turn events any too well, and sets a trap for Dan when he comes after Jo. When he arrives, in an attempt to save his life, Jo denounces and ridicules him and he leaves angrily. He is net by Annie, who tells him of the set-up. Gathering his pals, Dan returns to the cafe and starts a brawl.
The Land of Fighting Men (1938) as Fred Mitchell
Lone Ranger, The (1938)
CHAP. 1, HI YO SILVER: An outlaw leader planning to take conrol of Texas after the Civil War kills Colonel Jeffries, a man empowered to levy taxes, and assumes his identity. His men then murder a troop of Rangers. Tonto finds one Ranger still alive and he becomes the Lone Ranger. A Jeffries spy thinks one of five men is the Lone Ranger and to eliminate his enemy, Jeffries has all five captured and sentenced to death. CHAP. 2, THUNDERING EARTH: Jeffries' men plan to wipe out a wagon train of Texans. CHAP. 3, PITFALL: Jeffries forces Blanchard to send a recommendation that he be made Governor. The Lone Ranger chases the courier but a spiked pit awaits him. CHAP. 4, AGENT OF TREACHERY: Jeffries prepares another trap for the Lone Ranger. CHAP. 5, STEAMING CALDRON: Catching one of Jeffries' men who trailed a wounded Jim Clark to their secret caved, there is a fight and the Lone Ranger ends up trapped in a pit with a steaming caldron. CHAP. 6, RED MAN'S COURAGE: Clark dies from his wounds. Of the four remaining Rangers, the identity of the LOne Ranger is still unknown. When Jeffries' men kill two Indians and leave silver bullets, their tribesmen capture Tonto and prepare to kill him. CHAP. 7, WHEELS OF DISASTER: Joan has been placed in a wagon with gun powder and the Lone Ranger rides to save her. CHAP. 8, FATAL TREASURE: The Rangers get Jeffries' silver but retrieving it the next day, two of the Rangers get trapped in a well. CHAP. 9, MISSING SPUR: The Rangers are jailed for taking the silver. Kester has obtained the spur from the Lone Ranger and now says he will identify him. CHAP. 10, FLAMING FURY: The Lone Ranger and Tonto get trapped in a burning barn. CHAP. 11, SILVER BULLET: When Jeffries' men kill Bob Stuart's uncle, the maker of the silver bullets, Stuart trails them and ends up in a gunfight. CHAP. 12, ESCAPE: Stuart dies leaving three Rangers. Trying to save Joan and her father, they and the Lone Ranger are in a stage that goes over a cliff. CHAP. 13, FATAL PLUNGE: Chapter 1 flashback. CHAP. 14, MESSENGER OF DOOM: Kester uses the Rangers' pigeons to locate their secret cave. Greatly outnumbered, Forrest collapses the cave ceiling killing himself and the soldiers. CHAP. 15, LAST OF THE RANGERS: The two remaining Rangers try to escape from the rest of Jeffries' men but one is killed. The Lone Ranger organizes the Texans who then meet Jeffries and his men in a final shootout. With the Texans now in control the Lone Ranger finally unmasks.
Tarzan and the Green Goddess (1938) as Tarzan
Tarzan recounts his recent adventures in Guatemala.
A Million to One (1937) as Johnny Kent
John Kent (Monte Blue) wins the Olympic decathlon but is disqualified on a charge of professionalism. William Stevens (Kenneth Harlan), the second-place finisher, is awarded the title and trophies. Six years later Kent is running a moving truck for a living and training his young son Johnny (Joe O'Brien)to become an athlete. Chance brings about a meeting between Ken and Stevens, now a prosperous business man, with a little daughter, Joan (Joy Healey), who makes friends with young Johnny. As the years pass, the grown-up Johnny (Herman Brix)has developed to where he stands a chance of becoming an Olympic athlete and is in love with Joan (Joan Fontaine.) Mr. Stevens also wants to see Johnny succeed, and is annoyed that his attention to Joan may interfere with his training. Rich girl Patricia Stanley (Suzanne Kaaren)is also interested in Johnny, a proceeding which suits wealthy young athlete Duke Hale (Reed Howes), who is Johnny's main rival in sports and for Joan. Stevens, in an effort to repay the elder Kent for the wrong done him in stripping him of his rightful Olympic title, makes Johnny a member of the athletic club that sponsors the preliminary track-and-field events leading to the choosing of the American team for the Olympic Games. Johnny wins first place in the initial trials and is carried away by the flattery of the social set, which leads to a quarrel and separation from his father. At a party given by Patricia, Johnny drinks heavily, and Joan, feeling she is partly to blame for Johnny breaking his training, tells him she is through if him, hoping to bring him to his senses.
Shadow of Chinatown (1937) as Martin Andrews
Released both as a 15-chapter serial and as a condensed feature version (for theatres that didn't use serials) which means that all of the cast and crew would one day be credited in some sources with a misleading extra film appearance added to their filmographies even though they only worked on (and got paid) for one performance or job. The story (serial and/or feature) deals with the plotting of a European importing firm to put Chinese trade competition in a west coast Chinatown - city unnamed, but it's by the bay and it isn't Oakland - out of business. Their representative, Sonya Rokoff/The Dragon Lady (Luana Walters), a beautiful Eurasian girl, hires Victor Poten (Bela Lugosi), a mad Eurasian chemist and inventor and an equal-opportunity racist who hates both Chinese and White races, to aid her. Poten, by means of his infernal inventions and underworld henchmen, conducts successful raids on the Chinese merchants and also successfully eludes the people hunting and investigating him. Those include newspaper reporter Joan Whiting (Joan Barclay), her sweetheart Martin Andrews (Bruce Bennett as Herman Brix), Willy Fu (Maurice Liu), Martin's servant, and police Captain Walters (Forrest Taylor) and his detectives. After narrow escapes from death in the form of bombs, poison-traps, infernal machines and some hand-to-hand, five-on-one scuffling in Chinatown's underworld, Martin finally captures Poten just as he is about to indulge in a little wholesale killing by poisoning the wine served at a Chinese merchant's banquet.
Million Dollar Racket (1937) as Lawrence Duane
Danger Patrol (1937) as Joe
Tempers ignite when an explosives carrier falls in love with a colleague's daughter.
Flying Fists (1937) as Hal ["Chopper"] Donovan [Also known as Hal Smith]
Hal Donovan (Bruce Bennett as Herman Brix) gets into a fight with ex-heavyweight champion Slug Cassidy (Guinn Williams) at a lumber camp in the north woods. Slug takes a bad beating and he and his trainer, Spider (Fuzzy Knight), urge Hal to become a professional boxer. Soon, "Chopper" Hal proves to be a natural and is beating all comers. He meets Kay Conrad (Jeanne Martel), who is struggling to support her father (John Elliott), an ex-fighter invalided for life in the ring, and her young brother Dickie (Dickie Jones.) Kay hates everything connected to the sport, and Hal keeps her ignorant of his profession. But Slug and Spider tell the Conrads of Hal's identity as "Chopper" Hal, and Kay breaks off the engagement while Hal takes to the open road. Hal, now a tramp, picks up odd jobs where he can find them and one of them leads him to a training camp where he meets Slug and Spider with their new fighter Lion Lee (Jimmy Baker). He also meets Kay and learns that her father is in desperate need of money. He accepts Spider's offer to fight Lee, on the condition that he take a dive in the third round. Kay learns of this and begs Hal to fight an honest fight if he is determined to fight. He tells Spider that he'll fight Lee on honest terms and the match is on.
Amateur Crook (1937) as Jimmy Baxter
Jerry Cummings (Forrest Taylor), a mining engineer, has pledged a large diamond on a short-term note to a pair of crooked loan sharks, Crone (Monte Hale) and Jan Jaffin (Jack Mulhall), and heads for Mexico. His daughter Betsy (Joan Barclay), posing as a jewel thief called Mary Layton, is working to keep the crooks from absconding with the jewel, and her efforts are hindered greatly by an artist, Jimmy Baxter (Herman Brix), who thinks she is a crook and Crone and Jaffin the good guys.
Sky Racket (1937) as Eric Lane
Two Minutes to Play (1936) as Martin Granville
Silks and Saddles (1936) as Jimmy Shay
The New Adventures of Tarzan (1935) as Tarzan
Tarzan goes to Guatemala to find his lost friend and help discover hidden treasure.
Riptide (1934) as Brix
A chorus girl weds a British lord then falls for an old flame.
Death on the Diamond (1934) as
A rookie pitcher tries to stop someone from killing the St. Louis Cardinals.
Student Tour (1934) as Hercules
A philosophy professor gets stuck chaperoning a student tour of the world.
Million Dollar Legs (1932) as Member of the Klopstokian Olympics team
A small country decides to enter the Olympic Games to raise money for their soon to be bankrupt home.
Touchdown! (1931) as
Football coach Dan Curtis is eager for his small college team to win at all costs. However, he has a change of heart when a player is severely injured by playing when he should have been resting. Finally, Dan's school confronts its arch rival and Dan must decide how badly he wants the boys to win.

Writer (feature film)

The Fiend of Dope Island (1961) as Writer
One night in the lives of young Native American men and women--transplants from Southwest reservations--living in the Bunker Hill district of Los Angeles, as they flirt, drink, party, fight, and dance.

Cast (special)

Man of the Comstock (1953) as Bill Stewart
The exploits of Bill Stewart, a mining attorney in the Comstock mining area of Colorado during the Civil War, as he attempts to maintain peace. Broadcast as a segment of "Fireside Theater."

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