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Born: August 21, 1879 Cause of Death:
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Cast (feature film)

The Buccaneer (1959) as Townsman
French pirate Jean Lafitte tries to redeem his name helping the U.S. in the War of 1812.
Career (1959) as Doorman
A struggling Broadway actor suffers the ups and downs of trying to make it big, and soon learns the ropes of having to play hardball to get he wants.
Desire Under the Elms (1958) as Doctor
A fiery immigrant falls in love with her aging husband''''s brooding young son.
As Young as We Are (1958) as Principal
The Joker Is Wild (1957) as Man at crap table
Singer Joe E. Lewis fights to rebuild his life after gangsters slash his vocal cords.
The Girl Rush (1955) as Dealer
Money from Home (1954) as Official
Matt and Dean are in trouble. Dean owes tons of gambling debts. To pay it off, he promises to fix a horse, so that it does not run. To do that, he intends to use his animal lover, veterenian apprentice cousin, Jerry to do this. Of course, he doesn't tell Jerry the real reason. Hilarity ensues as mistaken identies are assumed, while along the way, Jerry meets a female vet and Dean falls for the owner of the horse he's promised to fix. Goons and mobsters are also lurking around; so beware!
Alaska Seas (1954) as Croupier
Robert Ryan and Brian Keith, vastly under-rated actors, take a B-potboiler and make it appear to actually be something more. Matt Baker (Robert Ryan), a nere-do-well adventurer, gets out of jail and skips/sails away on his boat without paying for the storage and repairs. Back in his hometown, he is hired by his old friend Jim Kimmerly (Brian Keith), head of the Salmon fishermen who have formed a canning cooperative, and are battling against an organized gang that rob the fishing traps regulary. Matt gets into a jam and needs money, so he joins the raiders, although his friend Jim, unaware of his duplicity, keeps covering for him among the other fishermen. The two men are also vying for the favors of Nicky (Jan Sterling.)
Count the Hours (1953) as Fred Morgan
A lawyer defends a migrant worker in a sensational murder trial.
Voodoo Tiger (1952) as Commissioner Kingston
Jungle Jim helps an attractive research writer for the British museum clear up the mystery of a tiger cult in Africa while thwarting art thieves and bringing to justice a Nazi war criminal.
Carrie (1952) as Farmer
A married man''''s passion for a young woman leads to tragedy.
Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick (1952) as Diner
Country bumpkin Aaron Slick (Alan Young) has been unsuccessfully courting pretty young widow Josie Beery (Dinah Shore) for years. Josie yearns for a fling in the big city. With $20,000 from a crooked deal stashed in their trunk, Bill Merridew (Robert Merrill) and his "kissing cousin" Gladys (Adele Jergens), stars, in a relative sense, of a touring tent show stop at Josie's farm. Merridew, actually hiding out, thinks there is oil on the farm and Aaron, knowing otherwise, tricks him into buying the farm for a large sum. Josie takes the money and runs to Chicago, with Merridew, realizing he was tricked, in hot pursuit. Aaron arrives in time to keep Josie from letting Merridew "invest" her money.
Bugles in the Afternoon (1952) as Mr. Russell
Old enemies stationed together at an Army post vie for the same woman.
Anything Can Happen (1952) as Swedish immigrant
A quirky relationship unfolds between an immigrant and an all-American folk music fan.
Riding High (1950) as Jailer
An heiress and her sister''''s fiancee defy her family to race horses.
Perfect Strangers (1950) as Autopsy surgeon
A divorcee finds love with a married man while they both sit on a jury.
The Furies (1950) as
The 1870s, New Mexico territory: T.C. Jeffords is a cattle baron who built his ranch, the Furies, from scratch.
The Accused (1949) as Bailiff
A prim psychology professor fights to hide a murder she committed in self-defense.
Alias Nick Beal (1949) as Reformer
A crusading district attorney sells his soul to the devil to fight corruption.
Up in Central Park (1948) as Waiter with trick tray
Hazard (1948) as Croupier
My Girl Tisa (1948) as Admiral
Smash Up--The Story of a Woman (1947) as
A singer''''s wife turns to the bottle when she fears she''''s lost her husband to success.
My Brother Talks to Horses (1947) as Judge
A small boy's secret gifts help him pick racetrack winners.
The Time, the Place and the Girl (1946) as Set designer
Two producers and their girls look for a backer for their big show.
Roughly Speaking (1945) as "Tub" customer
A man's wild moneymaking schemes leave his wife to raise their family.
Danny Boy (1945) as Judge Carter
Mildred Pierce (1945) as Personnel man
A woman turns herself into a business tycoon to win her selfish daughter a place in society.
Mr. Skeffington (1944) as Men's club man
A flighty beauty marries a stockbroker for convenience and almost ruins both their lives.
The Adventures of Mark Twain (1944) as
Twain moves from Mississippi riverboats to the Gold Rush to literary immortality.
Henry Aldrich, Boy Scout (1944) as Businessman
Behind Prison Walls (1943) as Frederick Driscoll
Edge of Darkness (1943) as
Resistance fighters battle the Nazis in occupied Norway.
The Pride of the Yankees (1943) as Broker
Baseball legend Lou Gehrig faces a crippling disease at the height of his success.
Girl Crazy (1943) as Dignified man
A womanizing playboy finds true love when he's sent to a desert college.
A Stranger in Town (1943) as Associate justice
A Supreme Court justice on vacation takes on crooked small-town politicians.
This Time for Keeps (1942) as Golfer
A newlywed goes to work for his disapproving father-in-law.
Joe Smith, American (1942) as
Nazi spies in search of government secrets kidnap a munitions worker.
They All Kissed the Bride (1942) as Board member
A woman running a trucking company falls for the reporter out to expose her business practices.
A Tragedy at Midnight (1942) as
This Republic murder mystery starts with a radio broadcast by Greg Sherman (John Howard) who solves cases on the air that the local police cannot solve. As he names the perpetrator of a recent murder we see the criminal, who is listening to the show, become alarmed and start to make his escape. The scene shifts to the police department where the chief, fearing for his job, assigns officers to get something, anything, on Sherman and get him off the air. Meanwhile, Greg and his pretty wife Beth (Margaret Lindsay) are parting company. He's going to a party and she's going to visit her pregnant sister in the hospital. The next morning Greg wakes up and nudges his sleeping wife. When she doesn't respond, he pulls off the covers and finds not his wife but a strange woman, dead and with the murder knife still sticking up out of her back. While he's still recovering from the shock, Beth walks into the bedroom. Thinking that she has discovered her husband with another woman, she leaves and calls the police. The police are delighted of course, but Greg escapes as they are arresting him. Now he must solve the mystery by himself...
Miss V from Moscow (1942) as Dr. Suchevsky
Gentleman Jim (1942) as
Fanciful biography of 19th-century boxing champion Jim Corbett.
Johnny Eager (1942) as Husband
A handsome racketeer seduces the DA's daughter for revenge, then falls in love.
House of Errors (1942) as Mr. [Hiram] Randall
Bert (Harry Langdon) and Alf (Charles Rogers) are fired from their jobs as delivery "boys" for a newspaper. They decide to be reporters on their own and set out to get a story on the inventor of a new machine gun. The inventor hates reporters so the boys pose as a valet and a butler and are hired. A reporter (Ray Walker) from their old newspaper shows up and gains admission by claiming to represent an American Legion paper, while a friend of the family and a phony representative of an arms manufacturer also show up with intentions of stealing the gun. Bert and Alf, suspicious of the pair, steal the gun themselves to protect it. They arrive back, after a night of misadventures at a flophouse, just as the crooks are making off with a dummy gun and the inventor's daughter (Marian Marsh).
Flight from Destiny (1941) as Elderly man
An elderly professor with six months to live plots a murder to reunite two young lovers.
Strange Alibi (1941) as Defense attorney
An undercover cop finds himself on the wrong side of the law when the mob discovers his true identity.
Meet John Doe (1941) as Police commissioner
A reporter's fraudulent story turns a tramp into a national hero and makes him a pawn of big business.
Out of the Fog (1941) as Reporter
A racketeer terrorizes a small fishing community until he falls in love with a fisherman's daughter.
Three Sons O'Guns (1941) as Businessman
Three reckless brothers dodge the draft then sign up and become men.
Love Crazy (1941) as Guest
A businessman concocts a series of harebrained schemes to keep his wife from divorcing him.
You're in the Army Now (1941) as Major
Two incompetent door-to-door salesmen enlist by accident.
Louisiana Purchase (1941) as Club member
A bumbling young politician gets caught between grifters and a senator investigating corruption.
The Get-Away (1941) as Prison board member
A jailed cop befriends a mob chieftain and stages a breakout with him.
Santa Fe Trail (1940) as Army doctor
Romantic rivals get caught in the battle to stop abolitionist John Brown.
A Fugitive from Justice (1940) as Carter, F.B.I. man
An insurance investigator gets caught between cops and crooks when he hides the beneficiary of a million-dollar policy.
Calling Philo Vance (1940) as Archer Coe
Society sleuth Philo Vance tangles with foreign agents when he investigates the murder of an aircraft manufacturer.
We Who Are Young (1940) as Clerk
A man violates company policy by getting married.
My Love Came Back (1940) as Executive
A millionaire helps a pretty lady violinist with her career.
Test Pilot (1938) as Floorwalker
An irresponsible test pilot's wife and best friend try to get him to grow up.
Accidents Will Happen (1938) as Insurance company attorney
An insurance man tangles with a fraud ring.
I Promise to Pay (1937) as King
A man goes to a loan shark to finance his family''''s vacation.
Parole Racket (1937) as Hart
Women of Glamour (1937) as
A girl with a reputation falls for a wealthy playboy.
Blossoms on Broadway (1937) as Committeeman
Nobody's Baby (1937) as Judge at radio station
Nursing school students have to care for an abandoned baby.
The Toast of New York (1937) as Southerner
A 19th century con artist rises from medicine shows to Wall Street.
Man of the People (1937) as Newspaper man
An Italian immigrant studying the law gets mixed up with crooks.
Rose Bowl (1936) as Barber
Adventure in Manhattan (1936) as
A hotshot reporter and a temperamental actress clash when he investigates the backer of her latest show.
Sinner Take All (1936) as Headwaiter
Members of a wealthy family are murdered one-by-one.
Vagabond Lady (1935) as Dock official
A department store owner''''s sons compete for his secretary''''s heart.
It's in the Air (1935) as Mr. Platt
Charlie Chan in Paris (1935) as Master of ceremonies--Cafe Embassy
Charlie's visit to Paris, ostensibly a vacation, is really a mission to investigate a bond-forgery racket. But his agent, apache dancer Nardi is killed before she can tell him much. The case, complicated by a false murder accusation for banker's daughter Yvette, climaxes with a strange journey through the Paris sewers.
Most Precious Thing in Life (1934) as
Years after being pushed out of her husband’s life, a woman befriends her long lost son.
Whom the Gods Destroy (1934) as
Broadway's most successful producer, John Forrester (Walter Connolly, character actor who was first-billed in six films in the mid-1930s), is deeply in love with his wife Margaret (Doris Kenyon)and dreams of the future when his son Jack (played in age order by Scotty Beckett, Macon Jones and Robert Young) will step into his shoes. He sails to England to produce a show but the ship strikes a derelict wreckage and is sinking rapidly. In the ensuing wild panic, Forrester saves many lives, until finally, panic stricken by sudden fear, he dons a woman's clothes and is among the rescued. On the coast of Newfouldland, the villagers, not aware of his true identity, curse him but he is befriended by Alec (Hobart Bosworth)who helps him conceal his identity. With a planned story of his survival, he returns to New York but cannot face his family or friends after he sees the plaque to his heroism on his New York theatre. Deciding to remain thought of as dead, he becomes a derelict himself, surviving on odd jobs as he watches from afar his now-grown son (Robert Young)begin his career as a producer. The son meets with failure and Forrester, claiming to be an old friend of his father, goes to him and renders assistance as Jack works on a new play. It is a success and Jack brings his mother to meet his mentor. She recognizes him as her husband and, after Jack has left the room, the two of them decide they still have happiness ahead of them, without Jack having to know the truth.
The Mighty Barnum (1934) as Man in museum
Broadway Bill (1934) as
An heiress and her brother-in-law defy her father by going into horse racing.
The Hell Cat (1934) as
Hide-Out (1934) as Clerk
Farmers take in an injured racketeer and try to reform him.
Voice in the Night (1934) as Board member

Producer (feature film)

The Lone Hand (1920) as Presented By

Cast (short)

This "Crime Does Not Pay" short depicts how the police put a horse race betting scam out of business.
Short subject on the part that the pony express played during the election of President Lincoln and the news of the Civil War.

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