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Editing (feature film)

I've Always Loved You (1946) as Film Editor
A conductor means to destroy the career of a former student, pianist Myra Hassman. Showing no mercy, he conspires to ruin her even as she wrestles with Rachmaninoff at Carnegie Hall.
Yokel Boy (1942) as Supervising Editor
Moonlight Masquerade (1942) as Supervising Editor
Lady for a Night (1942) as Supervising Editor
Gambling boat operator Jenny Blake throws over her gambler beau Jack Morgan in order to marry into high society. When her husband is killed in an attempt on her life, she is charged with his murder.
Joan of Ozark (1942) as Supervising Editor
Remember Pearl Harbor (1942) as Supervising Editor
In Old California (1942) as Supervising Editor
Boston pharmacist Tom Craig comes to Sacramento, where he runs afoul of local political boss Britt Dawson, who exacts protection payment from the citizenry. Dawson frames Craig with poisoned medicine, but Craig redeems himself during a Gold Rush epidemic.
Pardon My Stripes (1942) as Supervising Editor
The Girl from Alaska (1942) as Supervising Editor
SOS Coast Guard (1942) as Supervising Editor
A Tragedy at Midnight (1942) as Supervising Editor
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...
Shepherd of the Ozarks (1942) as Supervising Editor
Affairs of Jimmy Valentine (1942) as Supervising Editor
Mike Jason (Dennis O'Keefe), idea man for the Bullard Advertising Agency, and Cleo Arden (Gloria Dickson), director of the Jimmy Valentine radio program, based on the exploits of the old-time safe cracker, fear their jobs are in jeopardy when the sponsor decides to switch his show to another agency. Mike suggests that a $10,000 prize be offered to anyone who can locate the real Jimmy Valentine. Mike and Mousey (George E. Stone), a little chiseler who has attached himself to Mike, follow a clue to a small town. Unknown to Mike, Mousey is out for revenge and kills two innocent men before they learn the identity of the real Jimmy Valentine (Roman Bohnen). Mousey tries to kill Valentine but he himself is killed in the scuffle. Mike refuses to identify Valentine, claiming that one of the murdered men was the real Jimmy Valentine.
Puddin' Head (1941) as Supervising Editor
Mercy Island (1941) as Supervising Editor
A Man Betrayed (1941) as Supervising Editor
Attorney Lynn Hollister investigates the murder of his friend in the big city. Along the way, he manages to fall in love with the daughter of his chief suspect.
Country Fair (1941) as Supervising Editor
The Pittsburgh Kid (1941) as Supervising Editor
Ice-Capades (1941) as Supervising Editor
Newsreel cameraman Bob Clemens (James Ellison), an avowed woman hater, is assigned to cover the Lake Placid exhibition of Karen Vadja (Renie Riano), the Swiss ice Queen. He misses his plane and fails to get the footage needed for a newsreel. Deciding that if you've seen one ice skater, you've seen them all, he goes to Central Park to film a skater picked at random. He selects Marie Bergen (Dorothy Lewis) who is wanted by the immigration people for having over-stayed her visa. Bob does not adjust his newsreel camera for a long shot and she shows very clearly in close-ups. Promoter Larry Herman (Phil Silvers) sees the newsreel and seeing that she is very talented and very pretty, decides to star her in an ice-spectacle to be called the "Ice-Capades." He sends for Karen Vadja's agent, since that is the name the skater is identified as in the newsreel, draws up and signs a contract and invites the press to join him when he meets her. Dismay mildly describes his feeling when he learns that he has obligated himself to build a show around a horse-faced, eccentric woman whose ability to skate is her only saving grace. He calls off the show, and brings suit against the National Newsreel Company for this hoax. The boss, Ellis (Alan Mowbray), blames Bob and his assistant Colonna (Jerry Colonna), who propose that they find her and let Ellis "discover" and star her. She evades them as she thinks they are immigration agents trying to find and deport her, but they find her in the chorus of the ice show they want her to star in. Deportation looms with marriage to an American citizen being the only alternative. Bob, the only woman-hating confirmed bachelor in the cast, becomes the prime candidate.
Petticoat Politics (1941) as Supervising Editor
Angels with Broken Wings (1941) as Supervising Editor
Hurricane Smith (1941) as Supervising Editor
Rodeo rider Hurricane Smith is wrongly convicted of murder and robbery, but escapes and creates a new and happy life for himself. But one of the real criminals shows up to claim the loot which he believes Smith has.
Rookies on Parade (1941) as Supervising Editor
Doctors Don't Tell (1941) as Supervising Editor
Dr. Ralph Snyder (John Beal) and Dr. Frank Blake (Edward Norris) open an office together but soon split over a rivalry for nightclub singer Diana Wayne (Florence Rice) and a difference over ethics. In an effort to make some quick money and marry Diana, Blake becomes a retainer for gangster Joe Grant (Douglas Fowley)while the upright (and uptight)Sawyer (John Beal)becomes a medical examiner in the district attorney's office. Grant is involved in a murder and forces Blake to remove an identifying scar, thereby proving that all gangsters should keep a doctor on retainment. But Blake has a change of heart and shows up at Grant's trial, spills the beans and Grant is convicted. Consequently, Blake loses his license, Diana and then his life, proving that the "do-tell' doctor should have heeded the film title.
Sailors on Leave (1941) as Supervising Editor
Sis Hopkins (1941) as Supervising Editor
Public Enemies (1941) as Supervising Editor
Citadel of Crime (1941) as Supervising Editor
Arkansas Judge (1941) as Supervising Editor
The Gay Vagabond (1941) as Supervising Editor
Mountain Moonlight (1941) as Supervising Editor
Mr. District Attorney (1941) as Supervising Editor
The Devil Pays Off (1941) as Supervising Editor
Chris Waring (William Wright) is a government investigator trying to gather the necessary evidence to convict a shipping magnate, DeBrock (J.Edward Bromberg), of selling his ships to the United States but is suspected of holding up and preventing their delivery because of bribes from foreign powers. DeBrock's conscience, nor his flirty wife, Valerie DeBrock (Osa Massen), give him any peace of mind.
Mr. District Attorney in the Carter Case (1941) as Supervising Editor
Tuxedo Junction (1941) as Supervising Editor
The Great Train Robbery (1941) as Supervising Editor
Lady from Louisiana (1941) as Supervising Editor
Northern lawyer John Reynolds travels to New Orleans to try and clean up the local crime syndicate based around a lottery. Although he meets Julie Mirbeau and they are attracted to each other, the fact that her father heads the lottery means they end up on opposite sides. When her father is killed, Julie becomes more and more involved in the shady activities and in blocking Reynolds' attempts at prosecution.
Barnyard Follies (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Sing, Dance, Plenty Hot (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
In Old Missouri (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
The Weavers play sharecroppers. They confront their landlord with their tale of woe only to find he is in money trouble too. He also has a wastrel son and a socialite wife who wants a divorce. He begs the Weavers to trade places with him and fix things up.
Friendly Neighbors (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Bowery Boy (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Behind the News (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
It's school graduate, Jeff Flavin's, first day on the job as a cub reporter for the Enquirer. Boss, Archer, places Jeff with Stu Woodrow a lazying reporter. Stu detests cubs, treating Jeff badly. Jeff saves a drunken Stu's job by covering the convicted racketeer, Houseman's escape from prison. Jeff goes to Houseman's sister for a scoop he witnesses the murder of Houseman and an innocent young child. Stu grateful to Jeff thinks Jeff is to decent to be a reporter, sends Jeff on a fake story. Resulting in Jeff being demoted by an angry Archer. On his own, Jeff goes to the court house to see the trail of Marques, accused of Houseman's murder. Jeff, who speaks Spanish, hears the translater, Olmeda falsely state that Marques confesses to the killing. Jeff tells Archer that he has a story. The problem is that nobody believes him due to the fake story.
Dark Command (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
A Western sheriff takes on a Civil War renegade.
Melody Ranch (1940) as Supervising Editor
With a longer-than-usual running time on original release and boooked and sold to the exhibitors as a "Gene Autry Special", which Republic would do once a year from 1939-1943 in order to get higher rates than on the regular series entries from the theatre owners. Hey, Jimmy Durante and Ann Miler cost more than Smiley Burnette and June Storey.This "special",(which alternates between tongue-in-cheek and for-real and hard to distinguish which is which since there was very little for-real in most of the fantasy-land settings Autry's Republic films were laid in), finds Gene returinmg to his hometown of Torpedo as guest of honor at the Frontier Days Celebraion, Once there, he encounters his childhood enemies, the Wildhack brothers (Barton MacLane, Joe Sawyer and Horace MacMahon in pecking order), now the local gangsters ( and playing it with relish.) The Wildhacks own a saloon next door to the school, and when their shooting and brawling endangers the safety of the children, Gene protests and threatens to expose them during his next radio broadcast. The Wildhacks stop the broadcast and beat Gene up. Gene, humiliated because Hollywood life has softened him to the extent that he can't hold his own against three assailants, decides to remain in Torpedo and get into shape again. He is encouraged by his friend Cornelius J. "Corney" Courtney (Jimmy Durante), and also by Pop Laramie (George Hayes), owner and operator of the local version of the "Toonerville Trolley." Since Gene refuses to return to Hollywood, his radio show now originates from Torpedo. Julie Sheldon (Ann Miller), a debutante with theatrical aspirations, sees Gene in his natural setting, and begins to take an interest in the cowboy she formerly scorned. Gene avenges himself against the Wildhacks by rounding them up, whipping them single-handed and forcing them to sing on his broadcast. Enraged, the brothers are determined to "get" Gene. He, in turn, runs for sheriff so he will be in position to clean up the Wildhack political machine and use can be made of the "Vote For Autry" song. During the battles that ensue, one of Gene's friends is killed. Gene finally obtains evidence which labels the Wildhacks as killers.
Village Barn Dance (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Wagons Westward (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Republic, in pre-producion trade announcements, had John Wayne slated as the star of this film but cooler heads, once the script was read, realized that Wayne wasn't exactly the dual-role, twin brothers type. The film opens by establishing that, as young boys, David Cook (Wayne Hull) and twin brother Tom (Warren Hull (II) ) are poles apart in disposition and traits. When their father, (Trevor Bardette) dies, Tom goes to New Mexico to live with his Uncle Hardtack (George "Gabby" Hayes) while David remains behind to care for their mother (Virginia Brissac) . The grown Tom (Chester Morris) becomes an outlaw while brother David (Chester Morris) becomes a government lawman. David is charged with apprehending Tom and also two other renegades, Hardman (Guinn Williams) and Marsden (Douglas Fowley), both bitter enemies of Tom. Unable to arrest Tom in his home territory because he is in league with crooked sheriff McDaniels (Buck Jones, in his only Republic film and only villain role in what is considered the only black mark against Republic by hard-core western fans. They are correct, for that and other reasons seen as this one moves along...slowly.) Tom is lured home by a fake telegram telling him his mother is dying and put in jail. David, posing as Tom, goes to Mesa City, New Mexico and undertakes a campaign to obtain evidence to convict Hardman and Marsden. He persuades the latter to pool their interests in one gang, under his leadership. Tom had been romancing Phyllis O'Conover (Anita Louise), an entertainer at the Bonanza Cafe, and Phyllis' older sister, Julie (Ona Munson), has been working hard to break up the romance. David, posing as Tom, has to continue the pursuit of Phyllis, but finds himself falling in love with Julie. Julie learns Tom's real identity and agrees to marry him but Phyllis, thinking her sister is taking from her the man she believes to be Tom Cook, threatens suicide. The broken-hearted Julie urges David to marry Phyllis and David, much against his own desires, carries out Julie's wishes. (The mis-casting of Buck Jones isn't the only problem with this film.) Meanwhile, Hardman, Marsden and McDaniel have discovered David's real identity and plot to get rid of him. And in another meanwhile, Tom escapes, returns to town and, finding that Phyllis has married David, kills her for what seems to him to be her unfaithfulness, never mind that she thought David was Tom. Some days, a good girl just can't get a break. Tom and the other outlaws are lined up against David in a gun battle when Pima (Charles Stevens), Tom's Indian servant, who has long hated him for his cruelties, brings a large force of Indians to David's aid. Tom attempts to kill David, but Uncle Hardtack shoots him first. Some days, a bad guy just can't get a break either.
Who Killed Aunt Maggie? (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Women in War (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Hit Parade of 1941 (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
A small radio station is saved of getting bankrupt by a backer, who invests money for a TV equipment, if the owner allows, that his dancing daughter Annabelle can dance and sing on the screen, but due to her voice, her singing had to be dubbed by the owner's girl friend Pat Abbott.But problems start, when the owner starts dating Annabelle.
Scatterbrain (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Heroes of the Saddle (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Montana Bill Bell (Kermit Maynard), a friend of the Three Mesquiteers, Stony Brooke (Robert Livingston), Rusty Joslin (Raymond Hatton) and Rico Renaldo (Duncan Renaldo), is killed in a rodeo accident and the trio reluctantly places his young daughter Peggy (Patsy Lee Parsons) in an orphanage while they earn enough money to qualify for her adoptation. Visiting the orphanage, they discover that Peggy's foot has been injured in an accident. The superintendent, Melloney (Byron Foulger), silences Peggy when she attempts to tell them about it. Despite their suspicions they agree to raise the $400 needed for special treatment required for Peggy's injury. To raise the money, Stony boxes four rounds in an exhibition with "Killer" McCully (Jack Roper) and succeeds in knocking him out. Taking the money to the orphanage, the Mesquiteers are impressed when they find that Melloney has stretched his budget and purchased the equipment already. They are unaware that Melloney and associate J. D. Crone (William Ruhl) did so to keep attention from being focused on the home, as they are exploiting the kids and taking funds alloted to running the orphanage. When Stony sees a small boy being bullied by an attendant, he hears enough to convince him that a child-labor sweatshop is being run in the basement. In the garb of a "Masked Rider", and with the aid of Rusty, Rico and nurse Ruth Miller (Loretta Weaver), the job of rescuing the children and convicting the crooks begins.
Grandpa Goes to Town (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Grand Ole Opry (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Girl from Havana (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Gangs of Chicago (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
The Crooked Road (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Forgotten Girls (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Earl of Puddlestone (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Melody and Moonlight (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Meet the Missus (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Wolf of New York (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Girl from God's Country (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
Three Faces West (1940) as Supervising Film Editor
A refugee must choose between the man she loves and the man who helped her father escape the Third Reich.
Forged Passport (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Money to Burn (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Main Street Lawyer (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Mickey, the Kid (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
My Wife's Relatives (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Smuggled Cargo (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Street of Missing Men (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Woman Doctor (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
The Zero Hour (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Pride of the Navy (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
S.O.S.--Tidal Wave (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
She Married a Cop (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Should Husbands Work? (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Calling All Marines (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Flight at Midnight (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Spinner McGee (Phil Reagan), devil-may-care mail pilot volunteers his courage and skill for the task of raising $100,000 to save the small airport owned by Pop Hussey (Harlan Briggs) from being condemned. Spinner's recklessness, combined with the efforts of others who have a vested interest in seeing the field closed, make it a hard task to accomplish, but Colonel Roscoe Turner (played by Colonel Roscoe Turner who was always billed with his rank) is on hand to help.
Jeepers Creepers (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Thou Shalt Not Kill (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Sabotage (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Man of Conquest (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Fighting Thoroughbreds (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
The Covered Trailer (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
The Mysterious Miss X (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
I Was a Convict (1939) as Supervising Film Editor
Arson Gang Busters (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
The Night Hawk (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Lady Behave! (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Born to Be Wild (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
King of the Newsboys (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Mama Runs Wild (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Federal Man-Hunt (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
The Higgins Family (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Romance on the Run (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Ladies in Distress (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
I Stand Accused (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Fred, a young lawyer fresh out of school, climbs quickly to success as the mouthpiece for a gangland mob. His friend Paul, however, reaches equally quick success - in the district attorney's office. Inevitably, they meet on opposite sides of the courtroom.
Gangs of New York (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Outside of Paradise (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Army Girl (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Storm over Bengal (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Tenth Avenue Kid (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Hollywood Stadium Mystery (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Call of the Yukon (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Come On, Leathernecks (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Invisible Enemy (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Orphans of the Street (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Prison Nurse (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
A Desperate Adventure (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Down in "Arkansaw" (1938) as Supervising Film Editor
Come On, Cowboys! (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Youth on Parole (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Two strangers, a man and a woman, are framed for a jewel robbery and thrown in jail. After they get out, they join forces to track down the real thieves.
Dangerous Holiday (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Escape by Night (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Public Cowboy No. 1 (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Shannon is running a modern rustling operation using an airplane to spot the cattle, short wave radio to alert the rustlers, and trucks to haul away the beef. When the aging Sheriff Doniphan is unable to bring them in, he is replaced by an eastern detective. But Doniphan's deputy Gene suspects Shannon and sets a trap to nab him and his gang.
Larceny on the Air (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
The Hit Parade (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Agent Pete Garland is fired by society singer Monica Barrett after he got her a new radio contract, because she thinks her lawyer friend Teddy Leeds fits in better with her social status. To get even, Pete wants to make an unknown singer into a star. He finds Ruth Allison, drives her hard through rehearsals and makes her a star. But she is worried about her past, something she hasn't told Pete: She's an ex-convict and jumped bail in order to keep her partners in crime out of it. Further she's in love with Pete, but feels that he's still carrying a torch for Monica. When Monica's popularity is decreasing, Pete is able to get Ruth a stint on the program, the result is Monica is fired and Ruth get her job, but Monica takes revenge by revealing Ruth's past. Ruth considers it is best for her to disappear before being arrested, but she has become a star in public opinion. Will she get Pete or will she go to prison again ?
Range Defenders (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Bill Cracks Down (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Michael O'Halloran (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Meet the Boyfriend (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Gunsmoke Ranch (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Flagg is relocating flood victims to Gunsmoke Ranch. The Three Mesquiteers know Flagg to be a crook and try to warn them. They ignore the warning and improve the land only to find that it has been condemned for a new dam.
Two Wise Maids (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
The Riders of the Whistling Skull (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
After a member of an archeological expedition is murdered, Stony convinces the other two reluctant Mesquiteers to accompany them. After another member is killed it becomes apparent that Rutledge and the Indian Otah are the culprits, but they are now in Indian territory without food and water.
It Could Happen to You (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Hit the Saddle (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Unable to legally capture and sell a herd of protected wild horses, corrupt rancher Rance Macgowan uses his trained killer horse, Volcano, to substitute for the real leader of the herd and cause havoc and death among the ranches. With the government about to drop the restrictions on rounding up the herd, the Three Mesquiteers find themselves in the middle of the controversy after their friend, Sheriff Miller is killed by Volcano.
The Duke Comes Back (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Sea Racketeers (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Circus Girl (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
The Wrong Road (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Navy Blues (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Paradise Express (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Gene and Frog, out to stop a bunch of cattle rustlers, assume the identities of what they believe to be dead bandits, which soon gets them in big trouble.
Git Along Little Dogies (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Jim Hanvey, Detective (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Exiled to Shanghai (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Join the Marines (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Rhythm in the Clouds (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Parker steals cattle from the cattlemen and blames it on the turpentiners. Then he incites the cattlemen to burn down the turpentiners trees. When Gene finds the rustled cattle he tries to kill him. Failing, he kills both Gene's father and Bayliss Baynam and has Gene arrested for Baynum's murder.
Portia on Trial (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Affairs of Cappy Ricks (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
Round-Up Time in Texas (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
The Sheik Steps Out (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
All over Town (1937) as Supervising Film Editor
The Bold Caballero (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
The Gentleman from Louisiana (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Ticket to Paradise (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
A Man Betrayed (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Winds of the Wasteland (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
The arrival of the telegraph put Pony Express riders like John Blair and his pal Smoky out of work. A race will decide whether they or stageline owner Drake get the government mail contract.
Navy Born (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Don't Get Personal (1936) as Film Editor
Bulldog Edition (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
The Lonely Trail (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Though he fought for the North in the Civil War, John is asked by the Governor of Texas to get rid of some troublesome carpetbaggers. He enlists the help of Holden before learning that Holden too is plundering the local folk.
Happy Go Lucky (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
The Three Mesquiteers (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Lullaby and his World War I buddies head west to farmstead. When the Canfield brothers try to stop them, they get help from Stony and Tucson as Livingstone and Corrigan start their long run as Mesquiteers while Saylor makes his lone appearance.
Laughing Irish Eyes (1936) as Film Editor
Country Gentlemen (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
A band of settlers on the Oregon Trail is attacked by outlaws, who steal their horses. The horses are returned and the outlaws chased off by three cowboys who just happen to pass by. Years later, the three cowboys again save the settlers when they are threatened by some rebellious farmworkers.
Follow Your Heart (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Roarin' Lead (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
The Old Corral (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
A sheriff helps a singer who's on the run after witnessing a murder.
The President's Mystery (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Ride, Ranger, Ride (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Texas rangers fight the U.S. Cavalry to save them from train robbers.
Guns and Guitars (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Gene joins in the fight against Morgan and his men who are trying to run infected cattle to the railroad. When Morgan's man shoots the Sheriff, Gene runs in the election to replace him. Morgan accuses Gene of the murder but Gene wins anyway and it's not long before he gets the chance to nab Morgan and his gang.
The Mandarin Mystery (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Hearts in Bondage (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Oh, Susanna! (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Fleeing the law, Wolf Benson hops on a train, throws Autry off, and assumes Autry's identity. Still posing as Autry he robs and kills Autry's friend Lee. When Autry is jailed, his friends Frog and the Professor break him out and the three head out to clear him of the murder charge.
Dangerous Waters (1936) as Film Editor
The Big Show (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
When cowboy star Tom Ford disappears, Wilson gets his double Gene Autry to impersonate him. But Ford owes gangster Rico $10,000 and Rico arrives to collect. He fails to get the money but learns that Autry is an impersonator and now blackmails Wilson and his movie studio.
Beware of Ladies (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Ghost-Town Gold (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Barrington's men rob the bank and hide the gold in a ghost town. The ghost town's only citizen finds the gold and tries to use it to bet on a boxing match. Seeing the gold, the Mesquiteers rush to the ghost town and recover the rest of it. They need to get it to the bank before it opens but Barrington's men stand in the way.
The Harvester (1936) as Film Editor
Sitting on the Moon (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Down to the Sea (1936) as Supervising Film Editor
Lady Tubbs (1935) as Film Editor
It Happened in New York (1935) as Film Editor
Mister Dynamite (1935) as Film Editor
A young woman wishes to marry her boyfriend and raise a family, but because her own family has been deemed "defective" by the state health authorities, her parents are lazy alcoholics who continue to have children, and her siblings are crippled, have mental problems or are jailed--she is ordered by
Stormy (1935) as Film Editor
The Man Who Reclaimed His Head (1934) as Film Editor
A brilliant but impoverished writer, who is a pacifist, goes to work for a publisher and writes anti-war editorials. When he discovers that the publisher has betrayed him and is in league with munitions manufacturers to make money off of war, he goes insane.
Million Dollar Ransom (1934) as Film Editor
One Exciting Adventure (1934) as Film Editor
Love, Honor and Oh, Baby! (1933) as Asst film ed
The Texan (1932) as Editing

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