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Director (feature film)

1.
Never Steal Anything Small (1959) as Assistant Director
Jake MacIllaney will do just about anything to win the presidential election of longshoreman union Local 26. When he encounters young upright attorney Dan Cabot and Cabot's attractive wife, Linda, MacIllaney breaks up their marriage, pursues Linda, and pins a grand larceny rap on Dan. And all set to music!

Cast (feature film)

2.
Sergeant Matlovich vs. the U.S. Air Force (1978)
A strong drama based on the true story of an Air Force sergeant's fight to stay in the service after admitting his homosexuality.
3.
Born to Win (1971) as Smuggler
A Times Square junkie and hairdresser-to-be meets his dependable girlfriend while breaking into her car.

Art Director (feature film)

4.
Frigid Wife (1962) as Art dir for "A Modern Marriage"
5.
The George Raft Story (1961) as Art Director
A fictionalized movie biography of former top Hollywood film star George Raft.
6.
King of the Roaring 20's--The Story of Arnold Rothstein (1961) as Art Director
A gangster rises to the top of the gambling racket.
7.
Twenty Plus Two (1961) as Art Director
When a Hollywood secretary is found murdered, a detective is hired to investigate the murder.
8.
I Passed for White (1960) as Art Director
9.
Hell to Eternity (1960) as Art Director
A young man adopted by Japanese-Americans becomes a hero in World War II.
10.
The Hypnotic Eye (1960) as Art Director
A city is stricken by a wave of self-mutilations performed by beautiful women who appear to be in a hypnotic trance.
11.
Sex Kittens Go to College (1960) as Art Director
A stripper with a high IQ gets a job teaching at a college science department through a selection process determined by a robot.
12.
The Purple Gang (1960) as Art Director
The story of the infamous gang of bootleggers, hijackers, and killers in 1920''''s Detroit.
13.
The Plunderers (1960) as Art Director
Four young cowboys, Jeb (Ray Stricklyn), Rondo (John Saxon), Mule (Roger Torrey) and Davy (Dee Pollock) ride into Trail City, Texas figuring on taking over for a while. Rancher Sam Christy (Jeff Chandler), with a paralyzed right arm refuses to get involved against them, and Kate Miller (Marsha Hunt) calls him a coward. When Jeb kills the timid Sheriff McCauley (Jay C. Flippen), Sam goes to his ranch to get his gun. The boys are waiting for him there, and Ellie Walters (Dolores Hart)goes to his ranch and finds him badly beaten up by Mule. The young Davy, shocked by the killing of the sheriff, quarrels with Jeb. He goes off alone and Sam captures him. Rondo, tries to force his attentions on Ellie, who shoots him when he draws a knife on Sam. The latter kills Mule in a knife fight, and Jeb bursts out of the saloon with two guns blazing. Sam shoots and kills him. The townsmen are for hanging Davy but Sam, realizing the young boy was the victim of a situation he didn't know how to handle---and one that the town should have never let develop---tells him to just go home. Sam and Ella watch as the boy rides slowly out of town.
14.
Cast a Long Shadow (1959) as Art Director
A hard-drinking drifter tries to claim a deceased cattle baron''''s estate.
15.
The Rebel Set (1959) as Art Director
16.
King of the Wild Stallions (1959) as Art Director
A young widow and her son on an isolated ranch find themselves being protected by a wild stallion.
17.
The Bat (1959) as Art Director
A female mystery novelist turns detective to unmask a demented killer.
18.
Battle Flame (1959) as Art Director
19.
House on Haunted Hill (1958) as Art Director
A millionaire offers total strangers a fortune to spend the night in a haunted house.
20.
In the Money (1958) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys escort a diamond concealing poodle on a cruise.
21.
Hell's Five Hours (1958) as Art Director
22.
Revolt in the Big House (1958) as Art Director
Gannon is an imprisoned racketeer kingpin who tries to manipulate his young cellmate into staging a riot and prison break, but the cellmate tries to back out when he realizes other inmates may be killed in the process.
23.
Queen of Outer Space (1958) as Art Director
A space mission to Venus discovers a society of Amazons.
24.
Quantrill's Raiders (1958) as Art Director
A Civil War guerilla gang plans an attack on a Kansas arsenal.
25.
Unwed Mother (1958) as Art Director
26.
Man from God's Country (1958) as Art Director
George Montgomery, Randy Stuart, Gregg Barton, Kim Charney, Susan Cummings. A retired sheriff and his former partner find themselves on opposite sides of the law when local ranchers feud over valuable railroad property.
27.
Johnny Rocco (1958) as Art Director
28.
Cole Younger, Gunfighter (1958) as Art Director
A young man in trouble with the Texas state police during the 1870''''s is forced to go on the lam, joining a gang with an infamous outlaw.
29.
Joy Ride (1958) as Art Director
Paul (Rad Fulton) and three other punks, Arnie (Nicholas King), Vince (Robert Levin) and Dirk (Jim Bridges), are admiring a parked sports car and intending to take it for a joy ride, when they are surprised by its owner, Miles (Regis Toomey) who orders them away and is met with a barrage of fifthy names. A few nights later they break into Miles' garage and he catches them and threatens to call the police. Paul tells him they want the car for a ride and they will have it sooner or later. The young hoods then launch a campaign of terror against Miles and his wife (Ann Doran). Paul realizes he has more pleasure in frightening Miles than in trying to get the car, and one day they force their way into the Miles home and brutally attack Mrs. Miles after she refuses to produce the car keys. Now thinking that Miles is in his power, Paul meets him to take delivery of the car. When Paul steps into the car, Miles pulls a gun and orders him to drive out of town at a breakneck speed. The more frightened Paul becomes, the more dangerously Miles makes him drive, until finally, in tears, Paul begs to be allowed to stop his "joy ride." Miles directs him to pull up in front of the police station and Paul's arrest is followed by that of the other three boys.
30.
The Rawhide Trail (1958) as Art Director
Jess Brady (Rex Reason) and Rupe Pardee (Richard Erdman) are in jail in Gunsight, Texas, blamed for leading a wagon train into a Comanche ambush, and about to be hanged. They protest their innocence and claim that the Indians want to kill them also. The Comanches attack the jail in an effort to capture the prisoners, but are driven off the soldiers of the garrison led by the Captain (Rusty Lane). Expecting another attack, the Captain and a small detail of men move the prisoners out of town in a wagon, but they are under constant surveillance by the Comanches. The detail arrives at a way station the same time as a stage coach carrying Marsha Collins (Nancy Gates), and her fiancee, Farley Durand (Robert Knapp), a government supply officer. All are trapped in the station which is under constant attack by the Indians. Brady and Durand resume a personal battle that dates back to the Civil War when they served together. The wounded Captain decides to gamble on Brady and Pardee, their expierence being the only hope for an escape. In the escape battle, it is revealed that Durand was responisble for the attack on the wagon train, and not Brady and Pardee.
31.
The Beast of Budapest (1958) as Art Director
32.
The Disembodied (1957) as Art Director
African explorers discover a voodoo cult in the heart of the jungle.
33.
Death in Small Doses (1957) as Art Director
A government agent tries to stop the illegal use of amphetamines by truck drivers.
34.
Baby Face Nelson (1957) as Art Director
George "Babyface" Nelson becomes one of the most important gangsters of 1920s Chicago by making brutal robberies. In order to compete with Al Capone he allies himself with John Dillinger...
35.
Badlands of Montana (1957) as Art Director
36.
The Tall Stranger (1957) as Art Director
When rustlers leave him for dead, a Westerner throws in his lot with the wagon train whose inhabitants have rescued him.
37.
The Women of Pitcairn Island (1957) as Art Director
Eighteen years have passed since the arrival of the Bounty mutineers on Pitcairn Island. The last of these mutineers has just died and the island is now populated solely by their widows and children including Thursday October Christian, son of Fletcher Christian. Onto this island now comes a band of shipwrecked sailors, bringing with them a lust for women and a greed for black pearls.
38.
Looking for Danger (1957) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys'''' leader recalls his days as a World War II spy in Arabia.
39.
Dino (1957) as Art Director
40.
Up In Smoke (1957) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys'''' leader sells his soul to the devil for help betting on the horses.
41.
Gun Battle at Monterey (1957) as Art Director
An outlaw saved by a Mexican girl hunts the holdup partner who shot him in the back.
42.
Footsteps in the Night (1957) as Art Director
The fifth and last of the Ben Schwab productions starring Bill Elliott as a L.A. sheriff's department detective begins with Henry Johnson (Douglas Dick) being sought by the sheriff's office for the murder of his neighbor and friend,Fred Horner (Robert Shayne), whose strangled body was found in Johnson's motel apartement. Lieutenant Andy Doyle (Bill Elliott) of the Los Angeles sheriff's department learns that Johnson had been an avid card-playing gambler, and had frequently argued violently with the deceased. Trailing Johnson's fiancee, Mary Raikin (Eleanore Tanin), the police capture Johnson, who insists he did not kill Horner, but fled in panic when he discovered Johnson's body in his room after an absence of only a few minutes. It is discovered that a wealthy tenant of an adjacent motel, Bradbury (James Flavin), bears a resemblence to the murdered man, and in order to set him up as a decoy, Doyle suggests the Bradbury spread the word he is leaving for his home the next day. That night, the real killer,Pat Orvello (Gregg Palmer), sneaks into Bradbury's room to rob him, but is shot and captured by Doyle and his men. Earlier, the robber/killer had mistaken the neighboring motels, killed the wrong man in his robbery attempt, and had left the body in Johnson's room.
43.
Portland Exposé (1957) as Art Director
44.
Chain of Evidence (1957) as Art Director
45.
Hold That Hypnotist (1957) as Art Director
Hypnotism sends the Bowery Boys to battle pirates in the 17th century.
46.
Spook Chasers (1957) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys go after crooks hiding in a haunted house.
47.
The Oklahoman (1957) as Art Director
A Western doctor stands between Natives and a ruthless oil baron.
48.
Hell Canyon Outlaws (1957) as Art Director
49.
Last of the Bad Men (1957) as Art Director
50.
Sabu and the Magic Ring (1957) as Art Director
Designed to capitalize on Sabu''s earlier success in THE JUNGLE BOOK, this re-edited, unsold television pilot by the director of THE HYPNOTIC EYE (George Blair) finds the thirty three year old elephant boy in league with a powerful genie (William Marshall of BLACULA).
51.
Dig That Uranium (1956) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys battle crooks for control of a uranium mind out West.
52.
Fighting Trouble (1956) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys try to make their name as crime photographers.
53.
Hot Shots (1956) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys get jobs as sitters for a temperamental child star.
54.
Canyon River (1956) as Art Director
A Wyoming rancher and his foreman¿s cattle drive journey to Oregon.
55.
The Young Guns (1956) as Art Director
A disaffected youth falls in with the wrong crowd back in 1897.
56.
World Without End (1956) as Art Director
Astronauts returning from a voyage are caught in a time warp and are propelled into a post-Apocalyptic Earth populated by mutants.
57.
Calling Homicide (1956) as Art Director
The third of five films (Dial Red-O, Sudden Danger, Calling Homicide, Footsteps in the Night and Chain of Evidence in release order and released across a full period of two years) in which Bill Elliott played a detective lieutenant (Andy Flynn in the first one, Doyle in the others) in the Los Angeles homicide department) with all five produced by Ben Schwab but a different director on each one. Lieutenant Andy Doyle (Bill Elliott) of the Los Angeles Sheriff;s homicide department, while investigation the mysterious dynamiting death of a young policeman, discovers that the strangling-murder of Francine Norman, owner of a modeling school, is linked with the firsy killing. While questioning those connected with the school, manager Darlene Adams (Jeanne Cooper), and executives Allen Gilmore (Thomas B. Henry) and Tony Fuller (Lyle Talbot), Lt. Doyle and his aide, Detective Sergeant Mike Duncan (Don Haggerty), find there is a blackmailing "baby racket" being run in conjunction with the school. Suspicion points to construction company owner Jim Haddix (Myron Healey) who had been in love with Francine. All evidence of the baby extortion racket is destroyed by an explosion, and the hunt narrows down to one man, the school handyman.
58.
Crashing Las Vegas (1956) as Art Director
When an electric shock turns one of them into a psychic, the Bowery Boys invade Las Vegas.
59.
Three for Jamie Dawn (1956) as Art Director
60.
Navy Wife (1956) as Art Director
61.
The First Texan (1956) as Art Director
After arriving in Texas to escape a scandal back east, a lawyer becomes involved in the independence of Texas.
62.
Wichita (1955) as Art Director
Wyatt Earp fights to straighten out a crooked cow town.
63.
Jail Busters (1955) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys help a reporter who was beaten up during an undercover investigation at a local prison.
64.
Lord of the Jungle (1955) as Art Director
The jungle boy tries to stop a herd of rogue elephants.
65.
Bobby Ware Is Missing (1955) as Art Director
66.
Spy Chasers (1955) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys get mixed up with an exiled king and a murderous band of spies.
67.
Sudden Danger (1955) as Art Director
68.
Seven Angry Men (1955) as Art Director
A fanatical abolitionist leads a personal war against slave owners in Kansas.
69.
Dial Red O (1955) as Art Director
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.
70.
Shotgun (1955) as Art Director
71.
Bowery to Bagdad (1955) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys unleash an Arabian nightmare when they find Aladdin's magic lamp.
72.
High Society (1955) as Art Director
When one of them is mistaken for a society heir, the Bowery Boys move up in the world.
73.
An Annapolis Story (1955) as Art Director
Two brothers enrolled at the U.S. Naval Academy fall in love with the same girl.
74.
At Gunpoint (1955) as Art Director
75.
Killer Leopard (1954) as Art Director
The jungle boy fights a rampaging cat to help a movie star find her missing husband.
76.
Dragonfly Squadron (1954) as Art Director
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.
77.
The Bob Mathias Story (1954) as Art Director
The story of the first man to win two Olympic Gold Medals in the Decathlon.
78.
Pride of the Blue Grass (1954) as Art Director
William (One-Take) Beaudine didn't need more than one take on this film as he had already directed it four or five times in his career, as it had been a staple to be dusted off every three or four years at Monogram/Allied Artists dating back to the days of W. Ray Johnston and Trem Carr. Girl (Vera Miles) owns a horse. Girl hires boy (Lloyd Bridges)as a trainer. Horse (Gypsy Prince)enters a race and is injured. Boy takes job at another stable and is semi-seduced---hey, this is the 1950's and still Monogram hiding behind the Allied Artist moniker---by stable siren (Margaret Sheridan.) Girl rehabilates horse. Girl enters horse in big race. Horse wins. Boy comes back.
79.
Racing Blood (1954) as Set des
80.
The Human Jungle (1954) as Art Director
Danforth (Gary Merrill) is assigned to take over the police department in a section of a large city saddled with juvenile delinquency, petty crimes, graft and also a recent unsolved murder of a strip-tease dancer. Recognizing the laxity of the department he implements many changes and soon finds himself under fire by the newspapers, the attorney of a racket leader and the denizens of this human jungle. He calls this a cop's war that is the same as a soldier's war with the difference being that people hate cops. His cause isn't helped when a rookie policeman accidently kills an innocent bystander. And he has to protect police informer Mary Abbott (Jan Sterling) from Swados (Chuck Connors), a killer in the hire of the man behind the petty mobsters.
81.
Loophole (1954) as Art Director
82.
Arrow in the Dust (1954) as Art Director
A deserter takes on his dead captain's identity to save a wagon train.
83.
Jungle Gents (1954) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys go diamond hunting in Africa.
84.
Cry Vengeance (1954) as Art Director
Ex-cop Vic Barron crossed the wrong mobsters; his wife and child were killed and he himself scarred, framed and imprisoned. On release, Vic has but one desire, revenge on still-hiding Tino Morelli. The trail leads to the isolated city of Ketchikan, Alaska, where Vic finds his enemy...also the latter's charming little daughter...and tavern owner Peggy Harding, who's fascinated by the soft-spoken but volcanic Vic. And someone they're not expecting has violent designs on them...
85.
Paris Playboys (1954) as Art Director
When one of the Bowery Boys impersonates a missing French professor, the group ends up battling spies.
86.
Highway Dragnet (1954) as Art Director
87.
Return from the Sea (1954) as Art Director
A sailor vows to give up his wandering ways when he falls for a waitress.
88.
The Adventures of Hajji Baba (1954) as Art Director
In Ispahan, Persia, Hajji Baba (John Derek) is leaving his father's shop to seek a greater fortune, while the Princess Fawzia (Elaine Stewart) is trying to talk her father, the Caliph (Donald Randolph) into giving her in marriage to Nur-El-Din (Paul Picerni), a rival prince known far and wide as mean and fickle. Her father intends Fawzia for Fawzia to marry a friend and ally, and makes plans to send her to him. But a courier brings word from Nur-El-Din that an escort awaits Fawzia on the outskirts of the city and she escapes the palace disguised as a boy. Hajji encounters the escort-warrior (Paul Baxley) at the rendezvous spot, is attacked and beats up the escort with his barber's tools. The princess arrives and mistakes Hajji as the escort until he mistakes the emerald ring sent by Nur-El-Din to Fawzia as the prize to be delivered. In her efforts to escape him, her turban becomes unbound and Hajji realizes that the girl herself is the treasure Nur-El-Din awaits. Hajji promises to escort her and they spend the night with the caravan of Osman Aga (Thomas Gomez), who invites them to stay for the dancing girls, among them, the incomparable Ayesha (Rosemarie Bowe). The pair are overtaken by the Caliph's guards sent to bring Fawzia back, but the guards are driven off by an invading army of Turcoman women, a band of fierce and beautiful women who prey on passing merchants.
89.
The Bowery Boys Meet the Monsters (1954) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys battle a family of mad scientists.
90.
Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954) as Art Director
Prison inmates riot to protest crooked guards and brutal conditions.
91.
Torpedo Alley (1953) as Art Director
92.
Jalopy (1953) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys enter an auto race when one of them invents a new super gas.
93.
Jack Slade (1953) as Art Director
A twelve year old Joey Slade sees his father gunned down in front of him and decides that he will dedicate his life to ridding society of all outlaws. He assumes the name Jack and as an adult takes on hired gun type jobs in order to achieve his revenge.
94.
Murder Without Tears (1953) as Art Director
95.
Trail Blazers (1953) as Art Director
96.
Tangier Incident (1953) as Art Director
97.
Safari Drums (1953) as Art Director
A group of movie makers arrive in Africa to make a film about jungle wildlife.
98.
Fighter Attack (1953) as Art Director
99.
The Royal African Rifles (1953) as Art Director
100.
The Marksman (1953) as Art Director
101.
Loose in London (1953) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys take on British crooks when one of them thinks he''''s inherited a title.
102.
The Maze (1953) as Art Director
A Scotsman abruptly breaks off his engagement to pretty Kitty and moves to his uncle's castle in the Scottish highlands. Kitty and her aunt follow Gerald a few weeks later, and discover he has suddenly aged. Some mysterious things happen in a maze made from the hedges adjoining the castle.
103.
Son of Belle Starr (1953) as Art Director
(Wes ''53). Keith Larsen, Dona Drake, Peggie Castle, Regis Toomey, James Seay, Frank Puglia. Forced into a life of crime by his mother''s notorious reputation, The Kid (Keith Larsen) decides to go straight and put a corrupt sheriff behind bars. The real-life Belle Starr actually did have a son, Ed Reed, who was suspected of shooting his mother in the back.
104.
Cow Country (1953) as Art Director
A hired hand gets caught between a noble rancher and ruthless land grabbers.
105.
Fort Vengeance (1953) as Art Director
Outlaw brothers turned Mounties clash over their different attitudes toward law and order.
106.
Mexican Manhunt (1953) as Art Director
107.
Private Eyes (1953) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys open a detective agency when one of them develops mind-reading talents.
108.
Northern Patrol (1953) as Art Director
109.
Rebel City (1953) as Art Director
110.
Vigilante Terror (1953) as Art Director
111.
The Homesteaders (1953) as Art Director
A man faces numerous travails transporting a consignment of dynamite for a group of Oregon homesteaders.
112.
Star of Texas (1953) as Art Director
113.
Clipped Wings (1953) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys join the air force and almost turn it into a fly-by-night organization.
114.
Kansas Pacific (1953) as Art Director
A Union captain fights Confederate saboteurs blocking the railroad construction.
115.
Topeka (1953) as Art Director
116.
Hot News (1953) as Art Director
117.
Texas Bad Man (1953) as Art Director
118.
White Lightning (1953) as Art Director
The Red Devils, a professional ice hockey team, owned by Jack Monohan (Steve Brodie), is in the midst of a long losing streak, due to bribes being accepted from gamblers by the star player. When the team is joined by cocky Mike Connors (Stanley Clements), a boyhood friend of Jack's, they begin to regain their former winning ways. Mike becomes a star who cannot be stopped, but is disliked by his teammates becuase of his selfish play. Jack tries to keek Mike away from his sister Margaret (Barbara Bestar), who is in love with him, which leads to a bloody fight between the two men. The angry Mike accepts a bribe from gambler Rocky Gilbratar (Lyle Talbot) to throw the big final game. But during the game, an appeal from a young boy who idolizes him, Davey (Duncan Richardson), sets Mike on the right road, and his unselfish play helps win the game.
119.
Fangs of the Arctic (1953) as Art Director
120.
The Roar of the Crowd (1953) as Art Director
Johnny Tracy (Howard Duff), son of veteran race driver Pop Tracy (Harry Shannon), is working his way up on the racing circuit, but is urged by his sweetheart, Marcy Parker (Helene Stanley), to give up the track if he wants to marry her. He persuades her to marry him on the promise that he will quit after racing once in the Indaanapolis 500, but he is injured in a qualifying race and goes to work as a spark plug salesman for Mackey (Minor Watson), an old family friend. He is a failure at selling but Marcy changes her attitude towards his racing, and he qualifies for the 500. Race-car drivers Johnnie Parsons, Duke Nalon, Manuel Ayulo (not the actor Manuel Ayuso) and Henry Banks play themselves.
121.
Army Bound (1952) as Art Director
122.
Feudin' Fools (1952) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys get caught in a hillbilly feud when one of them inherits a Kentucky farm.
123.
Fargo (1952) as Art Director
The brother (House Peters, Jr.) of rancher Bill Martin (Wild Bill Elliott) is killed in a stampede started by cattleman. Bill returns to the Fargo country to take his brother's place and is welcomed by law-abiding cattleman MacKenzie (Jack Ingram) and his daughter Kathy (Phyllis Coates.) The leader of the ruthless cattle interests are townsman Austin (Arthur Space) and his henchmen Red (Myron Healey), Link (Robert Wilke) and Albord (Terry Frost.) Bill has the idea of putting up barbed wire to keep the herds from been driven over the land cultivated by the farmers. He, aided by Tad Sloan (Fuzzy Knight), produces the wire by make-shift methods, but it proves effective. The cattleman charge in court that the wire is dangerous to their herds but lose the case. Austin orders his men to seize Bill, bale him in strands of the wire, and throw him on the stage of the town hall during a fall festival. Bill doesn't take kindly to this and it precipitates open war.
124.
Fort Osage (1952) as Art Director
Rod Cameron, Jane Nigh, Morris Ankrum, Douglas Kennedy, John Ridgely. Trail scout Rod Cameron is hired to lead a wagon train through Indian territory after two unscrupulous white men violate an important treaty with the redskins.
125.
Flat Top (1952) as Art Director
126.
The Rose Bowl Story (1952) as Art Director
127.
Canyon Ambush (1952) as Art Director
A mysterious masked rider and his gang are murdering ranchers and robbing stages. Government Agent Johnny Mack Brown has been called in to help the Sheriff. Capturing a henchman he learns of everyone involved except the boss, the masked rider. He eventually suspects the Wells Fargo Agent and has a plan that will trick him into a confession.
128.
The Maverick (1952) as Art Director
Army Lieutenant Devlin (Bill Elliott) is ordered to take Sgt. Frick(Myron Healey), Corporal Johnson(Robert Bray) and some troopers to break up a gang of gunmen hired by Frank Bullitt(Richard Reeves), leader of the cattlemen, to drive homesteaders from the range. Devlin's troop captures Bullitt and three of the hired killers: Fane(Gregg Barton), Karns (Denver Pyle) and Nixon (eugene Roth.) En route to Fort Jeffrey with the prisoners, the troop overtakes a wagon carrying Della Watson (Phyllis Coates) and her grandmother (Florence Lake), and Devlin reluctantly agrees to let the two women accompany his party. Meanwhile, Bullitt's foreman, Massey (Robert Wilke),has sent more gunmen to free the prisoners, and the disgruntled Lt. Frick has sold out to Bullitt.
129.
Aladdin and His Lamp (1952) as Art Director
130.
Battle Zone (1952) as Art Director
A rivalry develops between two Marine combat photographers over the attentions of a Red Cross nurse during their stint in the Korean War.
131.
Wyoming Roundup (1952) as Art Director
Whip Wilson and his friend gain local attention in a small Western town after breaking up a saloon fight.
132.
Hiawatha (1952) as Art Director
Vince Edwards, Yvette Dugay, Keith Larsen, Gene Iglesias, Armando Sylvestre, & Morris Ankrum as Igaoo. Intended for juvenile audiences, this loose adaptation of the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem features Vince Edwards (prior to his successful TV series, BEN CASEY) as a Chippewa Indian warrior en route to the Dakota territory where he hopes to prevent an attack on his people
133.
The Steel Fist (1952) as Art Director
134.
Montana Incident (1952) as Art Director
A corrput woman tries to prevent Whip Wilson and his friend from building a railroad line on her father's territory.
135.
Born to the Saddle (1952) as Art Director
136.
Bomba and the Jungle Girl (1952) as Art Director
The jungle hero tries to find out who killed his parents.
137.
Sea Tiger (1952) as Art Director
138.
Yukon Gold (1952) as Art Director
139.
Arctic Flight (1952) as Art Director
140.
No Holds Barred (1952) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys enter the wrestling world when one of them develops superhuman powers.
141.
Kansas Territory (1952) as Art Director
142.
Blue Blood (1951) as Art Director
143.
Abilene Trail (1951) as Art Director
144.
Canyon Raiders (1951) as Art Director
Sam Wellman (I. Stanford Jolley), Lou Banks (Riley Hill) and Jack Marlin (Marshall Reed) have stolen horses from ranchers and have them corralled in Baxter Canyon, hoping to sell them at inflated prices to the Army with forged bill of sales. Whip Wilson (Whip Wilson) arrives in town in time to separate homesteader Texas Milburn (Fuzzy Knight) and gambler Hemingway (Bill Kennedy) from a gunfight caused by the latter's manipulation of the cards. Alice Long (Phyllis Coates), acting sheriff for her ill father, intercedes and meets Whip, who tells her he is looking for his rancher friend Jim Bannon (Jim Bannon) who has lost his horse herd to the rustlers. Texas and his wife Ruth (Barbara Woodell) arrive at their new new located at the entrance to Baxter Canyon and are driven off by the rustlers. Texas reports his plight to Alice, who arranges a posse to hide in a wagon which she drives to the canyon. The rustlers kill all but Alice, who they take prisoner. Whip, posing as an outlaw, infiltrates the gang in the hope of rescuing Alice and putting an end to the rustlers.
145.
Casa Mañana (1951) as Art Director
146.
Northwest Territory (1951) as Art Director
147.
Texas Lawmen (1951) as Art Director
148.
Yellow Fin (1951) as Art Director
149.
Yukon Manhunt (1951) as Art Director
Canadian Mountie Rod Webb (Kirby Grant) has been assigned to the case where three messengers carrying Kenmore Mine payrolls have been robbed and murdered. He travels to the mine on a train with Jane Kenmore (Gail Davis), niece of the mine owner; payroll messenger Brown; an armed guard named Le Clerque (John McGuire) ; and a young mining engineer, Len (Rand Brooks), and his sister Polly (Margaret Field). Someone sneaks chemicals in the stove and, in the confusion, Brown and the conductor are killed and the payroll vanishes. Rod uncovers evidence that Kenmore and his niece, with the help of Le Clerque, have been robbing their own payrolls.
150.
I Was an American Spy (1951) as Art Director
A war widow spies for the U.S. in Japanese-occupied Manila.
151.
Montana Desperado (1951) as Art Director
152.
Cavalry Scout (1951) as Art Director
153.
Whistling Hills (1951) as Art Director
This somewhat off-the-beaten-path-formula for a Saturday matinee B-western has Johnny Mack Brown (Johnny Mack Brown) being hired by stageline owner Chet Norman (I. Stanford Jolley)to stop a series of stagecoach holdups that always take place when the driver, Pete (Bud Osborne), sees a mystery rider and hears the weird notes of a silver whistle. Sheriff Dave Holland (James Ellison as Jimmy Ellison), in love with Chet's niece, Beth Fairchild (Noel Neill), and jealous of Johnny, gives grudging help. Town banker Roger Claine (Marshall Reed), is the mastermind behind the gang led by the Mystery Rider and Slade (Lee Roberts), and is having an affair with waitress Cora (Pamela Duncan), and has promised her he will kill Slade when they have enough money. Beth is shot by Dave in an aborted holdup that reveals her to be the Mystery Rider, working with Claine in a spirit of revenge, thinking that her uncle had stolen the stageline from her father.
154.
Father Takes the Air (1951) as Art Director
155.
The Lion Hunters (1951) as Art Director
Bomba the Jungle Boy defends his animal friends from a team of unscrupulous hunters.
156.
Ghost Chasers (1951) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys take on a fake medium.
157.
Rhythm Inn (1951) as Art Director
158.
Crazy Over Horses (1951) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys get mixed up with a race horse and the gambling racket.
159.
Elephant Stampede (1951) as Art Director
The jungle hero fights off elephant poachers to help a missionary.
160.
Flight to Mars (1951) as Art Director
A newspaper reporter and a bunch of scientists fly a rocket to Mars just to find out that Martians look exactly like us. Mars is running low on one of their natural resources (Corium), and plan to steal the Earth astronauts' rocket and conquer Earth. The Martian underground helps the Earthmen stop the insidious plan.
161.
Lawless Cowboys (1951) as Art Director
162.
Disc Jockey (1951) as Art Director
163.
The Longhorn (1951) as Art Director
A rancher heads up a trail drive of cattle to cross breed, but is undermined by his devious partner.
164.
Let's Go Navy (1951) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys join the Navy to catch some crooks posing as sailors.
165.
Nevada Badmen (1951) as Art Director
166.
Navy Bound (1951) as Art Director
167.
According to Mrs. Hoyle (1951) as Art Director
A retired teacher sells her apartment to a group of gangsters.
168.
Colorado Ambush (1951) as Art Director
169.
Bowery Battalion (1951) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys join the Army to catch a spy ring.
170.
It's a Small World (1950) as Tech dir
A little person becomes the dupe of a criminal gang.
171.
County Fair (1950) as Art Director
172.
Lucky Losers (1950) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys almost strike it rich when they break into the stock market.
173.
Big Timber (1950) as Art Director
174.
Snow Dog (1950) as Art Director
175.
Square Dance Katy (1950) as Art Director
176.
Sierra Passage (1950) as Art Director
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.
177.
Southside 1-1000 (1950) as Art Director
178.
Call of the Klondike (1950) as Art Director
179.
The Texan Meets Calamity Jane (1950) as Art Director
180.
The Underworld Story (1950) as Set supv
A corrupt newspaperman, blacklisted from his big-city paper, becomes involved with a murder case for a small town paper.
181.
Father Makes Good (1950) as Tech dir
182.
Short Grass (1950) as Art Director
Steve Lewellyn (Rod Cameron), a drifter, comes into New Mexico just as it is about to be opened up to the law and to commerce by the oncoming railroad, but where a gun is still the deciding factor in disputes over grazing lands. He is set up as the intended scapegoat in a saloon robbery but escapes after killing the gunman in self defense. He picks up the robbery money but is wounded. Rescued by Sharon Lynch (Cathy Downs), daughter of an honest rancher, Steve gives her father the money to buy some short-grass acreage and becomes his partner, but is forced to leave the country after killing a neighboring rancher's brother, also in self defense. Five years later, he returns to the territory and finds Sharon and the other honest people being victimized by the rancher, who has vowed to get revenge on Steve.
183.
Blonde Dynamite (1950) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys get into the escort service and get mixed up with crooks.
184.
Blues Busters (1950) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys open a night club when a tonsillectomy turns one of them into a singing star.
185.
A Modern Marriage (1950) as Art Director
186.
Sideshow (1950) as Art Director
187.
Blue Grass of Kentucky (1950) as Art Director
188.
Outlaws of Texas (1950) as Art Director
While robbing the stage with Jeff Johnson (Tommy Farrell), outlaws Jordan (Terry Frost) and Wilkins (Zon Murray) kill the stage guard and leave Jeff unconscious on the trail, to be picked up by pursuing U.S. Marshals Tom Yeager (Whip Wilson) and "Hungry" Rogers. Posing as an outlaw, Tom is put in the same cell with Jeff, and, with Hungry's help, stages a jailbreak and takes Jeff with him on the latter's promise to lead him to an outlaw gang head by the supposedly-dead Bill Moore (Stanley Price). They find the gang led by Anne Moore (Phyllis Coates), who passes on the instructions of her infamous father. Wilkins, after an unsuccessful attempt to ambush Tom, is taken to jail where the gabby sheriff informs him of the two marshal's true identities. Tom and Anne take the loot from a staged-bank robbery to Moore, where Tom arrests him and Anne and declares that Moore is an imposter. Meanwhile, Jordan visits Wilkins in jail and learns about Tom being a lawman, and sets a trap for him.
189.
Arizona Territory (1950) as Art Director
Prospector Jeff Malloy (Whip Wilson) rescues Doris Devlin (Nancy Saunders), owner of a trading post, from an ambush planned by her uncle, Kilburn (John Merton), who is trying to scare her out of the territory so that he can continue his counterfeiting operations. Jeff is framed by the gang, but he and bumbling Marshal Luke Winslow (Andy Clyde)get on the trail after Doris is kidnapped by her uncle's gang.
190.
Joe Palooka Meets Humphrey (1950) as Art Director
Joe Palooka (Joe Kirkwood Jr). and Anne Howe (Pamela Blake) go to Harrow Hot Springs to spend their honeymoon and shortly after they arrive, Humphrey Pennyworth (Robert Coogan), good-natured, small-town blacksmith, who has repaired their car, arrives and explains that he always guarantees his work for 30 days and wants to be on hand to ensure the motor works okay. Before long, Joe is matched in a benefit bout with Johnson, but the latter is replaced by Humphrey after being kayoed by him after he insulted Joe. Johnson's manager, Belden (Jerome Cowan), quickly tries to arrange to manage Humphrey, but Joe's manager Knobby Walsh (Leon Errol) realizes that Humphrey's amazing super strength is a menace to Joe's career, so he poses as English fight manager Lord Cecil Poole and takes over the management of Humphrey. Belden has a couple of his henchmen kidnap Poole/Walsh.
191.
Outlaw Gold (1950) as Art Director
U.S. Marshals Dave Willis (Johnny Mack Brown) and Sandy Barrett (Milburn Morante), traveling incognito to investigate the robbery of a shipment of Mexican Government gold, rescue Kathy Martin (Jane Adams) from an outlaw ambush, after her father Joel Martin (Steve Clark), publisher of the Latigo newspaper, has been wounded. Later, Martin is killed, and Bull Jackson (Marshall Reed), who claims to have seen the crime, accuses Dave of the murder. Dave reveals he is a U.S. Ranger and Sheriff Doss (Bud Osborne) releases him. Roger Bigsby (Hugh Prosser), co-owner of the newspaper and secret leader of the outlaw gang, sends Jackson to ambush Dave, who escapes. Bigsby, learning that Sonny Lang (Myron Healey), a notorious gunman once jailed by Dave is being released from prison, sends for him and hires him to get rid of Dave, who is close to discovering that the stolen gold has been cast as newspaper type and shipped east.
192.
The Hidden City (1950) as Art Director
Bomba comes to the rescue of a princess.
193.
Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950) as Art Director
194.
Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance (1950) as Art Director
The Square Deal Boxing Corporation (crooked as a snake's hind leg), through Gordon Rogers (Tom Neal), tries to make a deal with Knobby Walsh (Leon Errol) whereby it will own thirty percent of the contract with Heavyweight Champion Joe Palooka (Joe Kirkwood Jr.) Knobby refuses, saying even in West Wokkington Falls he could stage a record bout. He only mentions the town because that is where he is going with Joe and his wife, Anne Howe Palooka (Lois Collier), to visit their friend Humphrey Pennyworth (Robert Coogan). Rogers assumes Walsh is going to stage a bout between Palooka and Pennyworth and hastens to block it. Rogers tricks Pennyworth into signing with him for a bout and then arranges for the crooked town mayor, Phiffeny (Jack Kirkwood), and his cousins who run the town to erect a fight stadium. Knobby tells Humphrey that the only way to get out of his contract is a recall election replacing the present town officials with honest ones. Humphrey, the most-liked citizen agrees to run for mayor. At a campaign picnic, a child actress hired by Rogers rushes up to the unmarried candidate, crying "Daddy."
195.
The Lost Volcano (1950) as Art Director
Bomba the Jungle Boy arrives to rescue a child just as a volcano is about to erupt.
196.
Silver Raiders (1950) as Art Director
197.
Triple Trouble (1950) as Art Director
When they''''re framed for a robbery, the Bowery Boys investigate the case from behind bars.
198.
Hot Rod (1950) as Art Director
A young man restores an old car behind his disapproving father''''s back.
199.
Father's Wild Game (1950) as Tech dir
200.
Cherokee Uprising (1950) as Art Director
201.
Killer Shark (1950) as Art Director
A fisherman's son tries to prove himself by hunting sharks.
202.
Leave It to Henry (1949) as Tech dir
203.
Angels in Disguise (1949) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys go undercover to expose a gang.
204.
The Wolf Hunters (1949) as Tech dir
After four fur trappers have been slain and their furs stolen, Corporal Rod Webb (Kirby Grant) of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police sets out for their village. En route he and his dog Chinook come upon another trapper, Henri (Edward Norris), shot and lying unconscious on the trail, and the furs he was delivering to the factor, McTavish (Charles Lang), stolen. Chinook trails the would-be-killer Muskoka (Ted Hecht) and bites a piece of cloth from his coat before he escapes. Webb leaves Henri with Greta (Jan Clayton) while he investigates, aided by Minnetaki (Elizabeth Root), Indian servant fired by McTavish, the real head of the fur thieves, and Marcia Cameron (Helen Parrish), wife of the superintendent (Luther Crockett) of the trading company that employs McTavish.
205.
Tuna Clipper (1949) as Tech dir
206.
Fighting Fools (1949) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys help a boxer break up a fight-fixing gang.
207.
Trail of the Yukon (1949) as Art Director
208.
Incident (1949) as Art Director
A stockbroker is jumped one night and beaten up by gangsters; it turns out they mistook him for another gangsters, whom he closely resembles. Determined to find the intended victim and ensure that he doesn't get assaulted again, he finds himself involved with a beautiful blonde who gets him entangled in a plot involving hijacking and murder.
209.
Black Midnight (1949) as Art Director
Scott Jordan's mission in life is to train a wild stallion named Black Midnight.
210.
Forgotten Women (1949) as Art Director
211.
Trouble Makers (1949) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys pose as bellhops to solve a murder.
212.
Joe Palooka in the Big Fight (1949) as Art Director
213.
Mississippi Rhythm (1949) as Tech dir
214.
Hold That Baby! (1949) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys discover a lost baby they think is heir to a fortune.
215.
Joe Palooka in the Counterpunch (1949) as Art Director
Joe heads for South America to fight the Latin champ. Shipboard, he helps federal agents fight counterfeiters. He also spars with love interest Anne Howe.
216.
The Lawton Story (1949) as Art Director
217.
Master Minds (1949) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys takes on a mad scientist when one of them develops the ability to predict the future.
218.
Henry, the Rainmaker (1949) as Art Director
219.
Alaska Patrol (1949) as Art Director
220.
Jiggs and Maggie in Jackpot Jitters (1949) as Art Director
221.
The Sky Dragon (1949) as Tech dir
222.
The Feathered Serpent (1948) as Tech dir
223.
Angels' Alley (1948) as Art Director
An ex-con cousin of one of the Bowery Boys gets them into trouble with the law.
224.
Shanghai Chest (1948) as Art Director
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?
225.
Rocky (1948) as Art Director
226.
Campus Sleuth (1948) as Art Director
227.
Smugglers' Cove (1948) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys take on a gang of German smugglers.
228.
Kidnapped (1948) as Art Director
After being kidnapped and sold into slavery, a young man fights to reclaim his birthright.
229.
French Leave (1948) as Art Director
230.
Smart Politics (1948) as Art Director
The growth of juvenile crime in a small town starts a movement for the building of a youth center. The project leaders discuss with the town mayor about buying an old warehouse from the city, and rebuilding it as the Center. The mayor, however, has his own plans to buy it himself for another project which he would profit from. The Teen-Agers, Freddy Trimball (Freddie Stewart), Dodie Rogers (June Preisser), Lee Watson (Warren Mills), Betty Rogers (Noel Neill), Roy Donne (Frankie Darro) and the rest of Monogram's non-delinquent juveniles, think otherwise and, while the mayor does buy the warehouse, he is forced to donate it to the Youth Center committee.
231.
Panhandle (1948) as Art Director
232.
Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad (1948) as Art Director
Joe Palooka goes blind during a fight. An operation restores his vision, but he's told not to fight for a year. His trainer Knobby has picked up another fighter, but gangsters are pressing him to fix fights. Joe decides to risk his eyesight to save Knobby's honor.
233.
I Wouldn't Be in Your Shoes (1948) as Art Director
Tom (Don Castle) and Ann (Elyse Knox) are a down-and-out dance team, and while Don seeks engagements, Ann works as an instructor at a dance academy, with Detective Judd (Regis Toomey) one of the many customers she meets. On a hot summer night Tom, awaken from his sleep, tosses his only pair of shoes out the window to quiet two noisy cats. He goes down to retrieve them and can't find them, but Ann discovers them in front of their door the next morning. A near-by recluse is found murdered in his old shack that same day while Tom finds a wallet filled with old $20 bills. Footprints, bearing an imprint like those on a tap-dancer's shoes, plus Don's new-found wealth combine to make a good circumstantial evidence case for Judd against Tom and he is convicted. On the night before his execution, Ann seeks Judd's help in proving Tom is innocent. He turns up a suspect, Kosloff (Robert Lowell), but an air-tight alibi clears him.
234.
Music Man (1948) as Tech dir
235.
Joe Palooka in Winner Take All (1948) as Art Director
236.
Stage Struck (1948) as Art Director
A murder spurs an investigation into the dark and twisted world of mobster racketeer¿s.
237.
Docks of New Orleans (1948) as Tech dir
The LaFontanne Chemical Company is shipping out a load of we're not sure what, disguised as something entirely different. Mr. Pereaux and Mr. Grock don't want that shipment to ever arrive anywhere, and they and a man named Aquirre mean to stop it at any cost. The ship's owner, Mr. Fontanne, smells a large rat and calls Chan in on the case, since the famous detective is in New Orleans because, well, because he felt like being in New Orleans, I guess. Chan gets what facts there are from LaFontanne, who is promply set upon by a gang who attempt to kidnap him, but fail. Mr. LaFontanne's partners come up with some insurance; just by chance they tell him, a partnership agreement (why they would have been running a company all this time without one is another large mystery which will not be solved) that bestows upon the living partners the portion owned by a deceased partner. Then the guy who invented the formula for the poison gas that the company is making but who was, in his opinion, swindled out of his rights to make a profit from it, shows up and threatens LaFontanne with a gun. Well, he turns out to be a harmless crank. Or is he? Everyone seems suspect, clues are boundless but don't seem to fit into any particular pattern or too many patterns, take your pick. But Chan must solve the mystery before Monogram is depleted of out-of-date film stock. Can he?
238.
Jiggs and Maggie in Court (1948) as Art Director
239.
The Golden Eye (1948) as Art Director
240.
Louisiana (1947) as Tech dir
241.
News Hounds (1947) as Art Director
When they get newspaper jobs, the Bowery Boys take on a sport-fixing mob.
242.
Black Gold (1947) as Asst art dir
A Native American man trains a horse for the Kentucky Derby.
243.
Jiggs and Maggie in Society (1947) as Art Director
244.
The Chinese Ring (1947) as Tech dir
The famed Asian detective investigates a murder linked to the Chinese fight for freedom.
245.
Hard Boiled Mahoney (1947) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys try to expose a phony fortune-teller.
246.
Vacation Days (1947) as Art Director
247.
Bowery Buckaroos (1947) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys head west and land themselves in hot water.
248.
Joe Palooka in the Knockout (1947) as Art Director
249.
Kilroy Was Here (1947) as Tech dir
Returning G. I. John J. Kilroy (Jackie Cooper), whose main ambition is to get a college education, finds himself one-half credit short for college entrance. Connie Harcourt (Wanda McKay) writes feature stories about him as "Kilroy,", the most talked about G. I. of the war, and is able to get him registered. Fraternity members grow dubious and attempt to make him withdraw from college.
250.
Fall Guy (1947) as Tech dir
Tom Cochrane, full of dope (cocaine) and covered with blood, is picked up by the police and then questioned by detectives Shannon (Douglas Fowley) and Taylor (Harry Strang), but manages to escape. His girl friend Lois Walter (Teala Loring), against the wishes of her guardian, Jim Grosset (Charles Arnt), assists Tom and his police-officer brother-in-law Mac (Robert Armstrong) in trying to clear Tom of a possible murder charge. Tom only recalls meeting a man in a bar and going to a party. Tom and Mac find the man, Joe (Elisha Cook Jr.), who takes them to the party scene, the apartment of the Shindells (John Harmon and Iris Adrian), where they find the body of a murdered girl in the apartment above. The police pick up Mac, while Tom trails Marie (Virginia Dale) and Mike (Jack Overman). Joe is murdered for leading Tom to the scene of the crime, and Marie, who had been hired by the killer to get Tom at the apartment when the crime was committed, is choked to death. Tom, following the killer of Marie, is almost trapped and killed himself, but is saved by Mike.
251.
Mr. Hex (1946) as Tech dir
A hypnotist turns one of the Bowery Boys into a championship boxer.
252.
Wife Wanted (1946) as Tech dir
Career-slipping movie star Carole Raymond (Kay Francis) buys in as a real estate partner of Jeff Caldwell (Paul Cavanagh). Actually, through his secretary, Nola Reed (Veda Ann Borg), Caldwell runs a matrimonial bureau and, with the aid of his associate, Lee Kirby (John Gallaudet), they defraud and blackmail a large group of lonely people. Carole, unknowingly, is used as bait for one of their victims, Walter Desmond (Barton Yarborough), who "commits suicide." Reporter William Tyler (Robert Shayne) thinks otherwise and, posing as a rich rancher, contacts Miss Raymond. The latter, now being blackmailed by Caldwell, is forced to persuade Tyler to invest in a fraudulent oil deal. In her own attempt to break the racket, Carole uncovers Mildred Hayes (Teala Loring), another innocent victim of the Desmond case. Despite leading each other on for their own purposes, Carole and Tyler fall in love and combine their efforts.
253.
Swing Parade of 1946 (1946) as Tech dir
Carol Lawrence (Gale Storm), an aspiring singer, goes to a new night club owned by Danny Warren (Phil Regan), whose father Daniel Warren (Russell Hicks) doesn't approve of the club and wants Danny to join him in the family business. Carol is suspected of being a process server and is thrown out of the club. An extremely long arm of coincidence leads her to the elder Warren's office and he hires her as a process server. She returns but gets a singing job this time so foregoes serving the cease-and-desist notice. The Three Stooges are on hand as waiters and Connee Boswell, Louis Jordan, Will Osborne and Mary Treen provide the music and songs in addition to Gale Storn on "Oh, Buddy" and "On the Sunny Side of the Street."
254.
Freddie Steps Out (1946) as Art Director
255.
The Red Dragon (1946) as Tech dir
256.
Live Wires (1946) as Tech dir
In their first film, the Bowery Boys tackle gangsters.
257.
Gentleman Joe Palooka (1946) as Art Director
258.
Bowery Bombshell (1946) as Tech dir
The Bowery Boys tackle gangsters to clear one of their own from a bogus robbery charge.
259.
In Fast Company (1946) as Tech dir
The Bowery Boys get wrapped up in a taxi war.
260.
Behind the Mask (1946) as Tech dir
Lawyer-superhero Lamont Cranston is framed for the murder of a newspaper columnist.
261.
Decoy (1946) as Art Director
A woman saves her gangster boyfriend from the gas chamber to get her hands on his hidden money.
262.
Dark Alibi (1946) as Tech dir
Famed Asian detective Charlie Chan tries to disprove fingerprint evidence left at a bank robbery.
263.
Spook Busters (1946) as Tech dir
When they set themselves up as ghost hunters, the Bowery Boys tangle with a mad scientist.
264.
Below the Deadline (1946) as Tech dir
A veteran joins the mob to avenge his gangster brother''''s murder.
265.
The Trap (1946) as Tech dir
Famed Asian detective Charlie Chan investigates the murders of two entertainers.
266.
Dangerous Money (1946) as Tech dir
Famed Asian detective Charlie Chan investigates a shipboard murder.
267.
The Missing Lady (1946) as Tech dir
Lawyer-superhero Lamont Cranston searches for a stolen statue that could solve an art dealer''''s murder.
268.
Don't Gamble with Strangers (1946) as Art Director
269.
Fear (1946) as Tech dir
A detective uses psychological warfare to get a confession out of a murderous student.
270.
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1946) as Tech dir
The always-welcome Elyse Knox and her All-American footballer turned broadcaster husband Tom Harmon appear together in this film but are not romantically involved, as she is the co-ed "sweetheart" of the title and he coaches the Varsity rowing crew. Some source describes Miss Knox as a B-actress. A more apt and better description would be one that describes her as an Actress who never got out of B-movies. This one is about half plot and half music but the plot is stretched pretty thin to cover 35 of the 75 minutes when it essentially boils down to: a couple of gamblers pressure the local night club(soft drinks only)owner to rig things so the local college rowing crew will lose their upcoming race. End of plot when the cowswain of the home team uses a rabbit's foot to plug the hole the gamblers cut in the bottom of their racing shell. Two of 1945's top hits, "Five Minutes More" and Slim Gaillard's "Cement Mixer, Putti-Putti" are performed, although some people who heard "Cement Mixer" in 1945 are still wondering what it was all about.
271.
Shadows Over Chinatown (1946) as Tech dir
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.
272.
The Shadow Returns (1946) as Tech dir
Lawyer-superhero Lamont Cranston searches for precious jewels stolen from the grave.
273.
South of the Rio Grande (1945) as Tech dir
Miguel Sanches, the operator of a large rancho, has stolen cattle and then had innocent suspects shot. Cisco has been called on for help and arriving finds a wagon under attack. His men drive off the attackers and he finds the victim was to be Sanches' replacement. After changing clothes with the man, Cisco arrives posing as him in a attempt to get evidience against Sanchez.
274.
The Lonesome Trail (1945) as Tech dir
275.
Come Out Fighting (1945) as Art Director
276.
Forever Yours (1945) as Tech dir
277.
Saddle Serenade (1945) as Tech dir
278.
The Jade Mask (1945) as Tech dir
Before Charlie Chan can catch a pair of murderers he has to prove their victims are really dead.
279.
Sensation Hunters (1945) as Settings
280.
Mr. Muggs Rides Again (1945) as Art Director
After having been framed by gamblers, Muggs is barred from riding in horse races. Snce he can no longer race, he takes up a collection so Ma Brown, who owns the horses won't have her stable foreclosed on. However, one of the gamblers involved in the frame falls for Ma Brwn's daughter, and decides to come clean and confess to the police about the frame. The other gamblers hear about it and set out to shut him up and discredit Muggs and Ma Brown once and for all.
281.
Trouble Chasers (1945) as Art Director
282.
Black Market Babies (1945) as Tech dir
This George Morris story (screenplay by George Wallace Sayre) was based on an article that appeared in "Woman's Home Companion" and later reprinted in "Reader's Digest." Eddie Condon (Kane Richmond), a two-bit racketeer, teams up with an alcoholic doctor, Judson (Ralph Morgan), to set up a maternity home with free facilities to expectant mothers, with the proviso that the women sign away all rights to their new-borns. The babies are then offered for adoptation to couples willing to make a substantial "contribution" to the home. Things go well for this borderline within-the-law business until a baby is still-born. Conden had already sold the baby for $5,000 and has no intention of returning the money, so he substitutes the child of the sister (Teala Loring) of his wife (Jayne Hazard). There is a slip-up on the filing of the certificates and the District Attorney's office gets involved.
283.
Adventures of Kitty O'Day (1945) as Tech dir
A perky switchboard operator investigates murders that baffle the police.
284.
Docks of New York (1945) as Art Director
Glimpy finds a necklace next to a dead body in an alley. His discovery leads to the gang getting mixed up in murder, intrigue involving a European royal family, and a killer who is after the necklace that Muggs has and will stop at nothing to get it.
285.
The Scarlet Clue (1945) as Tech dir
Charlie Chan tracks down a spy ring that has stolen plans for a new radar system.
286.
G. I. Honeymoon (1945) as Art Director
287.
The Shanghai Cobra (1945) as Art Director
Charlie Chan investigates a series of deaths by snake bite.
288.
Sunbonnet Sue (1945) as Art Director
289.
Fashion Model (1945) as Tech dir
When two employees of a clothing factory are murdered, the shadow of suspicion falls upon a lowly stock boy.
290.
There Goes Kelly (1945) as Tech dir
A radio station page tries to solve a singer''''s murder.
291.
The Lost Trail (1945) as Art Director
292.
Divorce (1945) as Tech dir
A frequently divorced woman sets her sights on a happily married man.
293.
Allotment Wives (1945) as Tech dir
Unscrupulous women marry servicemen for their pay.
294.
Detective Kitty O'Day (1944) as Tech dir
An amateur sleuth drives her boyfriend and the police crazy when she butts into a murder investigation.
295.
Bowery Champs (1944) as Art Director
Copy boys Muggs and Glimpy investigate a murder. They locate the ex-wife of the murdered man and become convinced she is innocent. They hide her from the police while they investigate.
296.
What a Man! (1944) as Art Director
A timid office worker gets mixed up with the mob when he helps out a beautiful girl.
297.
Three of a Kind (1944) as Art Director
298.
Are These Our Parents (1944) as Tech dir
299.
Leave It to the Irish (1944) as Tech dir
A private eye investigating one murder is framed for another.
300.
Army Wives (1944) as Art Director
301.
Alaska (1944) as Tech dir
302.
Where Are Your Children? (1944) as Art Director
303.
Women in Bondage (1944) as Art Director
Margot Bracken returns home to Germany after several years of absence, and is horrified at the degraded status which has been forced on the women of her homeland. Toni Hall is prevented from marrying her sweetheart. Both women speak out against the terrorist reign and are imprisoned. Pagan baptisms, "mercy" killings, sterilizations, government-encouraged vice and the cruelties of the Gestapo are only a few of the practices they see or endure.
304.
The Chinese Cat (1944) as Art Director
Charlie Chan investigates a string of murders involving a mysterious statue.
305.
Call of the Jungle (1944) as Art Director
An amateur detective in the South Seas tries to track down a pair of jewel thieves.
306.
Hot Rhythm (1944) as Tech dir
Radio writers have big plans for a woman singer.
307.
Kid Dynamite (1943) as Art Director
A boxer is kidnapped by gamblers to keep him out of a big fight.
308.
Nearly Eighteen (1943) as Tech dir
Singer pretends to be younger so she can enter a music school.
309.
The Ape Man (1943) as Art Director
Conducting weird scientific experiments, crazed Dr. James Brewster, aided by his colleague Dr. Randall, has managed to transform himself into a hairy, stooped-over ape-man. Desperately seeking a cure, Brewster believes only an injection of recently-drawn human spinal fluid will prove effective. With Randall refusing to help him, it falls to Brewster and his captive gorilla to find appropriate donors.
310.
Spotlight Scandals (1943) as Set des
311.
Spy Train (1943) as Set constr
An innocent couple fights off Nazi agents on a speeding train.
312.
Revenge of the Zombies (1943) as Tech dir
A Nazi scientist tries to raise an army of the dead to fight for Hitler.
313.
Campus Rhythm (1943) as Tech dir
A radio singer escapes her managers to attend college incognito.
314.
The Mystery of the 13th Guest (1943) as Tech dir
An heiress experiences a variety of strange goings on when she goes to collect her inheritance.
315.
I Escaped From the Gestapo (1943) as Art Director
316.
You Can't Beat the Law (1943) as Tech dir
317.
Crime Smasher (1943) as Tech dir
318.
Sarong Girl (1943) as Tech dir
A burlesque queen decides to get back at the cop who busted her by making a play for his son.
319.
Here Comes Kelly (1943) as Tech dir
A hot-tempered young process server gets mixed up with gangsters.
320.
Clancy Street Boys (1943) as Art Director
A small-time tough enlists his gang mates to impress a visiting uncle.
321.
Silver Skates (1943) as Tech dir
The management of touring ice show faces mounting debts.
322.
Smart Guy (1943) as Tech dir
323.
Unknown Guest (1943) as Art Director
324.
Wings Over the Pacific (1943) as Tech dir
A World War I veteran''''s South Seas retirement ends quickly when a Nazi spy crashes on his island.
325.
Silent Witness (1943) as Art Director
326.
Black Dragons (1942) as Art Director
A cabal of American industrialists, all fifth-columnists intent on sabotaging the war effort, are methodically murdered by the malevolent Monsieur Colomb. It is only until detective Dick Martin is assigned to the case that everyone's true motives and identities are revealed.
327.
Criminal Investigator (1942) as Tech dir
328.
Law of the Jungle (1942) as Tech dir
Nona Brooks (Arline Judge),former member of a stranded theatrical troupe, earns a temporary living singing in a cafe in Duakwa, British Rhodesia, Africa. The cafe owner is secretly in league with two foreign agents with a goal of making the natives restless. American explorer Larry Mason (John King)leaves for the jungle with his servant, Jeff (Mantan Moreland)and a safari. Nona escapes the cafe into the jungle but is followed by the agents as, unknowing to her, she is carrying a report of the agent's activities. She joins the safari just as all hands are captured by a tribe of natives.
329.
Foreign Agent (1942) as Art Director
A Hollywood technician fights off enemy agents after his new searchlight design.
330.
Let's Get Tough! (1942) as Art Director
Too young to enlist, a gang of street kids try to solve the murder of an Allied agent.
331.
Smart Alecks (1942) as Art Director
An attempt to raise funds for new baseball uniforms gets a group of boys mixed up in crime.
332.
Police Bullets (1942) as Tech dir
Police taken on a violent protection racket.
333.
Rhythm Parade (1942) as Tech dir
334.
Man from Headquarters (1942) as Tech dir
Reporter Larry Doyle is rewarded for his role in the capture of the Pardoni gang, but then loses his job on a frame-up to keep him from testifying. He goes to a neighboring city, meets Ann and, before he gets another reporting job, has to pawn his engraved revolver with a fence in league with the gangsters also part of Pardoni's mob. The gang gets the revolver from the fence and plant it at their next job, but Larry is on their trail and captures them at the pawn shop.
335.
So's Your Aunt Emma (1942) as Tech dir
336.
Lure of the Islands (1942) as Art Director
337.
Bowery at Midnight (1942) as Art Director
A college professor hides a life of crime behind volunteer work.
338.
Freckles Comes Home (1942) as Tech dir
339.
'Neath Brooklyn Bridge (1942) as Art Director
The Bowery Boys come to the rescue of a young murder suspect.
340.
The Corpse Vanishes (1942) as Art Director
A mad scientist kills brides and uses their glands to keep his wife alive.
341.
Double Trouble (1941) as Art Director
The owner of an American bean cannery and his wife are expecting the arrival of two orphans from war-torn England, but the "youngsters" arrive and are two addled-brain adults, Albert (Harry Langdon) and Alfred Prattle (Charles Rogers). Making a worse deal out of a bad one, the owner puts them to work in his cannery where, among other mishaps, they manage to place a $100,000 gem in a can of beans. The word gets out and customers, hoping to buy the can with the gem, clear the market place of the company's beans.
342.
Murder by Invitation (1941) as Settings
343.
Top Sergeant Mulligan (1941) as Tech dir
344.
King of the Zombies (1941) as Settings
A mad scientist raises the dead to fight for Hitler in World War II.
345.
You're Out of Luck (1941) as Settings
346.
Let's Go Collegiate (1941) as Settings
To help their college win its first championship two rowers pass a truck driver off as a fellow student.

Art Department (feature film)

347.
The Outlaw's Daughter (1954) as Set Design
348.
Belle Starr's Daughter (1948) as Set Decoration
349.
Sarge Goes to College (1947) as Set Design
350.
Captain Tugboat Annie (1945) as Set Decoration
351.
Block Busters (1944) as Set Design
352.
Voodoo Man (1944) as Set Design
Dr. Richard Marlowe uses a combination of voodoo rite and hypnotic suggestion to attempt to revivify his beautiful, but long-dead wife, by transferring the life essences of several hapless young girls he has kidnapped and imprisoned in the dungeon beneath his mansion.
353.
Charlie Chan in the Secret Service (1944) as Set designing
The Asian sleuth investigates an inventor''''s murder.
354.
Return of the Ape Man (1944) as Set Design
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.
355.
The Sultan's Daughter (1944) as Set Design
A sultan''''s lovely daughter finds herself courted by a handsome American.
356.
Song of the Range (1944) as Set construction
357.
Ghosts on the Loose (1943) as Set Design
A gang of street toughs take on Nazi spies.
358.
Melody Parade (1943) as Tech dir
Entertainers struggle to save a failing nightclub.
359.
The Gang's All Here (1941) as Settings
Trucker friends try to survive a series of attacks by saboteurs.
360.
The Deadly Game (1941) as Set Dresser
361.
Sign of the Wolf (1941) as Settings
362.
Father Steps Out (1941) as Settings
A remake of Monogram's 1934 "City Limits" with practically all of the character role names the same as in the earlier film, and the primary difference here is that the author of the original story, Jack Woodford, receives no mention here. George Waggner (as Joseph West),who adapted the story for the first film, takes an "original screenplay" credit here with no nod in the direction of the man who wrote the story in the first place. A glance at a few Universal B-westerns Waggner "wrote" for Bob Baker will find that the majority of them had also been written before by other writers, mostly in the John Wayne Lone Star westerns. Edmond Kelso's additional dialogue credit must have been for the interplay between Frank Faylen's and Charlie Hall's hobo characters, especially when Faylen starts explaining why the sixty-cent dollar is still worth a dollar in a 40-year precursor to voo-doo economics. Story concerns railroad tycoon J.B. Matthews (Jed Prouty) taking over a rival line, being sent on an R&R vacation by his doctor, falling off his private train-car and landing in a hobo jungle occupied by Faylen and Hall, and being cured of all his ills, while reporter Jimmy Dugan (Frank Albertson) poses as a doctor in order to get an exclusive story about the railroad takeover.
363.
Reg'lar Fellers (1941) as Set Dresser
364.
Phantom of Chinatown (1940) as Interior Decorator
Asian sleuth Mr. Wong fights to keep a killer from winning control of a rich oil deposit.
365.
Drums of the Desert (1940) as Interior Decorator

Film Production - Main (feature film)

366.
Tuna Clipper (1949) as Tech dir
367.
Bringing Up Father (1946) as Tech dir
368.
The Face of Marble (1946) as Tech dir
A mad scientist''''s attempts to revive the dead go haywire when he runs into a voodoo priestess.

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