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Cast (feature film)

The Visitors (1972) as Harry Wayne
Vietnam veteran Bill Schmidt has returned from the conflict and just wants to take it easy for a while. Bill''s father-in-law Harry has always disliked him and objects to his plan. So when two other veterans come around looking to cause trouble for Bill, Harry directs them to his house. What Harry does not know is that Bill prosecuted the two men for murder and rape in Vietnam, and they have just been released from prison and want to settle the score with him.
Top of the Heap (1972) as Tim Cassidy
George Lattimer is proud to be one of the few African American policemen in the Washington DC force. But he is not well-liked by his colleagues or with the people on the street. When he is passed over for a promotion, George is furious and channels his anger into a violent one-man campaign against s
Desperate Characters (1971) as Mr. Haynes
The Detective (1968) as Tanner
The detective investigating a gay man''''s murder discovers links to police corruption.
North by Northwest (1959) as Chicago policeman
An advertising man is mistaken for a spy, triggering a deadly cross-country chase.
Party Girl (1958) as O'Malley
A showgirl and a crooked lawyer try to break with a powerful mob boss.
The Big Caper (1957) as Sam Loxley
A con artist moves into a small town to spearhead a payroll robbery.
Swell Guy (1947) as Ray Link
Suddenly, It's Spring (1947) as Photographer
A WAC officer returns from the war to find her husband wants a divorce.
Easy Come, Easy Go (1947) as Gambler
A film that possibly held the record for the most Irish-descent players in an American-produced movie before "The Quiet Man" was shot on location in Ireland, and that includes "The Informer." Barry Fitzgerald is a rapid fan of following the ponies (but none too good at picking the winners)and owns a shabby boarding house east of NYC's Third Avenue. Mostly, he never works, follows his hunches, philosphizes through most of the 77 minutes and changes the life course for most of those around him. His dependence upon his daughter (Diana Lynn) keeps him interfering with her romance with a returning WW II sailor (Sonny Tufts, just before Paramount finally gave up on him.) And he will stretch the truth beyond accepted boundaries. Fitzgerald's real-life brother Arthur Sheilds plays his brother who he has built up to be a rich man, but who is really a diver working for the police department. Could have been a ten if there had been a leprechaun or two or Pat O'Brien in the cast.
Welcome Stranger (1947) as Ed Chanock
A small-town doctor resents the presence of a new younger physician and his newfangled ways.
Dark Passage (1947) as Taxi driver
A man falsely accused of his wife''''s murder escapes to search for the real killer.
No Leave, No Love (1946) as Gruff father
During a whirlwind two-day pass in New York, a sailor falls in love with an Englishwoman.
Inside Job (1946) as Garner
Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946) as Johnson
A runaway prince in disguise takes up with a taxi driver.
The Brute Man (1946) as Detectives
Hal Moffat (Fred Colby before disfigurement, Rondo Hatton afterwards) who is taking wholesale revenge by murdering those he holds responsible for his predicament, is befriended by Helen Paige (Jane Adams), a blind piano teacher, and he develops a warmth for her that leads him to add thievery and robbery - no big deal, he is out there anyway - to his murders so that she can be provided with the money for an operation.
The Show-Off (1946) as Officer
A man''''s loud-mouthed bumbling almost ruins his new wife''''s family.
O.S.S. (1946) as Plainclothesman
John Martin is part of an American spy team dropped into France during World War II to destroy the French railway system. After successfully blowing up a tunnel he runs back to save Ellen and is told "Never come back for me again." Later he must choose whether or not to obey her wishes.
Gentleman Joe Palooka (1946) as Lewis
Let's Have Fun (1943) as Bates
No Time for Love (1943) as City chief engineer
A sophisticated reporter hires the construction worker she accidentally got fired.
They Died with Their Boots On (1942) as Jones
Romanticized biography of General George Armstrong Custer and his last stand.
You Can't Escape Forever (1942) as Reporter
Although she's been demoted to writing the advice column, a newspaper woman still tries to expose a racketeer.
Wings for the Eagle (1942) as
Dedicated aircraft workers compete for the same girl.
The Invisible Agent (1942) as German
Frank Raymond, grandson of the original Invisible Man, still has the old formula but considers it too dangerous to use, even when Axis agents try to get it. But Pearl Harbor brings him to volunteer his own services as an invisible agent in Germany. Though a bit cold (clothes aren't invisible), his adventures are more comedy than thriller (with occasional grim reminders) as he makes fools of Nazi officials and romances a luscious double agent, in search of Hitler's secret plan...
Tarzan's New York Adventure (1942) as Policeman
When a circus kidnaps Boy, Tarzan and Jane follow him to New York City.
Stand by All Networks (1942) as Monty Johnson
A radio reporter sets out to track down and expose Nazi agents.
Pierre of the Plains (1942) as Sergeant Dugan
A French-Canadian trapper''''s adventures jeopardize his romance with an innkeeper.
Calling Dr. Gillespie (1942) as Sgt. Hartwell
A wheelchair-bound doctor fights off a homicidal maniac.
The Talk of the Town (1942) as Policeman
An escaped political prisoner and a stuffy law professor vie for the hand of a spirited schoolteacher.
Smith of Minnesota (1942) as Coach
Moonlight in Havana (1942) as Chuck
Singing Johnny Norton (Allan Jones) is the star catcher of the Blue Sox baseball team but he is suspended because of insubordination. Producer Barney Crane (William Frawley) hears Johnny singing and signs him to appear with Gloria Jackson (Jane Frazee), with the promise their first engagement will be in Havana. Johnny, hoping to get his baseball job back, is anxious to get to Cuba where the Blue Sox are having spring training. Patsy Clark (Marjorie Lord), daughter of Blue Sox owner, Joe Clark (Wade Boteler), helps Johnny get another chance with the team. But Johnny has fallen in love with Gloria and hates to walk out on his singing contract. Johnny's troubles are solved when rain prevents the important All-Star exhibition game which was scheduled for the same evening.
The Mummy's Tomb (1942) as Jake Lovell
A high priest travels to America with the living mummy Kharis (Lon Chaney Jr.) to kill all those who had desecrated the tomb of the Egyptian princess Ananka thirty years earlier.
In This Our Life (1942) as
A neurotic southerner steals her sister's husband then vies with her for another man.
Wild Bill Hickok Rides (1942) as Fireman
The Western hero takes on a ruthless land baron whose henchmen killed his best friend.
Murder in the Big House (1942) as Chief electrician
Two reporters take on a murder ring at the state pen.
The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942) as Harry
An acerbic critic wreaks havoc when a hip injury forces him to move in with a midwestern family.
Juke Girl (1942) as Farmer
A migrant laborer becomes a champion of farm workers'''' rights.
Private Snuffy Smith (1942) as Lloyd
Snuffy Smith (Bud Duncan), moonshining hillbilly, grows tired of dodging revenue agents, headed by Cooper (Edgar Kennedy), and decides to take the army up on their offer of free clothes, food and $21.00 a month. Once enlisted, he finds that revenue agent Cooper is his sergeant. Don (Jimmie Dodd), a hillbilly soldier friend of Snuffy, has invented a range finder, but it is stolen by some fifth columnists and hidden in Snuffy's bag. Snuffy decides he has all the army discipline he cares for and heads back to Smokey Mountain, followed closely by the enemy agents.
To the Shores of Tripoli (1942) as Radio operator
A brash young Marine has to redeem himself after trying to romance a female officer.
Pacific Blackout (1941) as Bombardier, sergeant
Sergeant York (1941) as Soldier
True story of the farm boy who made the transition from religious pacifist to World War I hero.
Steel Against the Sky (1941) as
Steel-worker brothers compete for the same woman.
Blues in the Night (1941) as Waiter
The members of a traveling jazz band try to keep their leader from drinking himself to death.
Glamour Boy (1941) as State trooper
Marathon Pictures is stuck with Billy Doran (Darryl Hickman), Whiz Quiz radio show star but a flop in Hollywood. Ex-child star Tiny Barlow (Jackie Cooper) suggests that the studio remake "Skippy", the film that made him famous, with himself as coach for little Billy. A. J. Colder (Walter Abel), Marathon's Mighty Mogul, agrees. Joan Winslow (Susanna Foster), a contract player who has never had a part, is picked to replace balky Brenda Lee (Ann Gillis) in Marathon's monster musical of the year. Tiny poses as a big shot and takes credit for getting Joan the role. They are soon seen everywhere together as Tiny is taking advantage of her publicity build-up for his own gain, until he suddenly finds out he is in love with her and confesses his duplicity. This occurs when Colder has forbid Joan to see Tiny anymore, directing her to only be seen with important people who can help her career, and Tiny thinks it is because she has dumped him. He enters into a conspiracy with Brenda's agent, Mickey Fadden (John Gallaudet), to make Brenda give up her strike and accept the role Colder gave Joan. She does and Tiny is given the role of her leading man. But he is unhappy about what he has done in costing Joan her big chance, plus his old friend, Georgie Clemons (Jackie Searle) who used to play the mean kid in Tiny's films is also replaced. Faced with the taunts of the production crew because of what he helped engineer and broken hearted about Joan, Tiny walks out on the picture, climbs into his automobile and heads for parts unknown. Little Billy, who adores him, stows away in the luggage compartment. Billy, the high IQ kid, has devised a scheme to set everything right.
Navy Blues (1941) as Marine
Honolulu days are far from peaceful for a boatload of amorous sailors.
You're in the Army Now (1941) as Supply sergeant
Two incompetent door-to-door salesmen enlist by accident.

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