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Cast (feature film)

The Spoilers (1956) as Chef
The Girl Can't Help It (1956) as Bartender
A gangster sets out to turn his girlfriend into a rock star.
The Best Things in Life Are Free (1956) as Prop man
Ray Henderson joins Buddy De Sylva and Lew Brown to form a successful 1920s musical show writing team. They soon have several hits on Broadway but De Sylva's personal ambition leads to friction as the other two increasingly feel left out of things.
Never Say Goodbye (1956) as Cab driver
In present-day U.S., Dr. Michael Parker, a prominent surgeon, unexpectedly runs into his German-born wife whom he thought was dead. Victor, an artist and his "dead" wife's now boyfriend, berates Dr. Parker for "killing" her. The bulk of the story flashes back to Austria during World War II as we learn how Dr. Parker met and married his wife, and the one mistake that may have cost him his family.
These Wilder Years (1956) as Bowling alley proprietor
A wealthy businessman sets out to find his long-lost illegitimate son.
Outside the Law (1956) as Hotel clerk
Tarantula (1955) as Murphy
A scientist's experiments to cure hunger create a giant tarantula.
My Sister Eileen (1955) as Newbetter, mailman
Two sisters from Ohio, one pretty, one witty, plot to take New York City by storm.
Dawn at Socorro (1954) as Stickman
A gunfighter mends his ways to help save an innocent young girl.
Girls in the Night (1953) as Sharkey
Lost in Alaska (1952) as Croupier
The Winning Team (1952) as Charles "Red" Doonin
Baseball great Grover Cleveland Alexander fights his way back from a blinding injury.
The Sniper (1952) as Man in bar
An unhappy man goes on a killing spree.
Meet Danny Wilson (1952) as Man in Nick's office
Danny Wilson and partner Mike make a meager living singing in dives and hustling pool. One night they meet entertainer Joy Carroll, who gets them a job at racketeer Nick Driscoll's posh nightclub. But Nick wants a high price: half of Danny's future income. Danny's career skyrockets, but his position at the top of the heap, and his one-sided romance with Joy, prove extremely unstable.
Because of You (1952) as George
Blonde 'doll' Christine Carroll finds too late that her fiancée Mike is a gangster and she's his unwitting accessory. Emerging from prison with dark hair and an interest in nursing, she becomes a nurse's aide in a war hospital where her good looks quickly arouse the interest of battle-fatigued, 'melancholic' patient Steve Kimberly. When it's clear that Steve has fallen hard, she faces the dilemma of what and when to tell him. Her decision has melodramatic consequences...
O. Henry's Full House (1952) as Bystander
Five stories reveal O. Henry''''s gift for the surprise ending.
Angels in the Outfield (1951) as Cab driver
The short-tempered manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates mends his ways in return for a little divine assistance.
Frenchie (1951) as Dealer
A woman sells her successful business in New Orleans to find the men who killed her father.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951) as Rooney
Two bumbling private eyes turn a boxer invisible to save him from being framed for murder.
Love Nest (1951) as Policeman
Newlyweds try to manage a New York apartment building and its eccentric tenants.
Jim Thorpe--All-American (1951) as
The famous Native American athlete fights prejudice in his pursuit of sports stardom.
Rhubarb (1951) as St. Louis manager
Rich, eccentric T.J. Banner adopts a feral cat who becomes an affectionate pet. Then T.J. dies, leaving to Rhubarb most of his money and a pro baseball team, the Brooklyn Loons. When the team protests, publicist Eric Yeager convinces them Rhubarb is good luck. But Eric's fiancée Polly seems to be allergic to cats, and the team's success may mean new hazards for Rhubarb.
The Lady Pays Off (1951) as Croupier
The naive Evelyn Warren, elected shool-teacher of the year by Time Magazine, goes to Las Vegas, where she loses a lot of money. In order to pay her debts, casino-manager Matt Braddock asks her to take care of his sad little daughter Diana.
The Jackie Robinson Story (1950) as Clyde Sukeforth
Jackie Robinson plays himself in this true story of the man who broke Major League Baseball's color barrier.
A Woman of Distinction (1950) as Mac
A publicity hungry press agent creates a romance between an icy college dean and a visiting lecturer.
Caged (1950) as Ada's father
A young innocent fights to survive the harsh life in a women's prison.
The Jackpot (1950) as Photographer
Bill Lawrence wins a slew of prizes on a radio quiz program. His happiness is short-lived when he discovers he'll have to sell the prizes in order to pay the taxes on them.
Harvey (1950) as Man in car
A wealthy eccentric prefers the company of an invisible six-foot rabbit to his family.
Flaming Fury (1949) as Berkeley
The Girl from Jones Beach (1949) as Mac the bartender
An artist discovers a real-life version of the perfect woman he's been drawing for years.
Mighty Joe Young (1949) as Stage manager
Showmen try to exploit a giant ape raised by an orphan.
The Lady Gambles (1949) as Stickman
When Joan Boothe accompanies husband-reporter David to Las Vegas, she begins gambling to pass the time while he is doing a story. Encouraged by the casino manager, she gets hooked on gambling, to the point where she "borrows" David's expense money to pursue her addiction. This finally breaks up their marriage, but David continues trying to help her.
Too Late For Tears (1949) as Gas station attendant
A married woman's discovery of stolen money changes her character for the worse.
Oh, You Beautiful Doll (1949) as Reporter
In the early 1900s, song plugger Larry Kelly chances to meet Alfred Breitenbach, poor opera composer...and his lovely daughter Doris, who falls for Larry. To improve their acquaintance, Doris conspires with Larry to turn her father's opera melodies into popular songs. Alfred, reluctant but needing cash, adopts the pen name Fred Fisher. Affluence results, but when Alfred realizes his opera is vanishing bit by bit, he wants to bring the career of "Fred Fisher" to a halt...
Panhandle (1948) as Gambler
The Miracle of the Bells (1948) as Tom Elmore
A town supports the memory of an aspiring actress who dies before her first film premieres.
Sitting Pretty (1948) as Newsreel man
An efficiency expert tries to prove his methods apply to child rearing.
The Street with No Name (1948) as Fight trainer
A young FBI agent infiltrates a criminal mob.
River Lady (1948) as Dealer
In spring 18__, the loggers arrive at a mill town on the upper Mississippi drainage; the gambling riverboat is there to meet them, with river queen Sequin who loves logger Dan Corrigan. Sharp businessman Beauvais also wants Sequin, as well as all the sawmill business. To keep Dan near her, Sequin manipulates him into managing the local Morrison Mill; but then Morrison's daughter Stephanie sets her cap at Dan...
Killer McCoy (1947) as Announcer
A lightweight boxer gets mixed up in murder.
Blaze of Noon (1947) as Hotel clerk
In the 1920s, the four McDonald brothers leave the uncertain life of carnival stunt fliers for steady jobs with the U.S. Air Mail. They've agreed that "guys like us don't have a right to get married," but that's before Colin meets nurse Lucille Stewart and, in a whirlwind courtship, weds her. Can this marriage, or indeed any of the brothers, survive the dangers of their new profession?
Centennial Summer (1946) as Jinrikisha man
In 1876 Philadelphia, two sisters (Jeanne Crain and Linda Darnell) vie for the affections of a Frenchman (Cornel Wilde) who's come to town to prepare the French pavilion for the Centennial exposition.
Because of Him (1946) as Reporter
A beautiful young woman, an aspiring actress, trick a famous stage star into signing a letter recommending her talents to a producer friend, with amusing results.
Deadline at Dawn (1946) as Billy White
An aspiring actress risks her life to clear a sailor charged with murder.
The Kid from Brooklyn (1946) as Reporter
A shy milkman gets into boxing when he turns out to have a killer punch.
The Hoodlum Saint (1946) as "Eel"
After finding religion, a cynical newspaperman tries to help young hoods.
Shady Lady (1945) as Fred
Wonder Man (1945) as Stagehand
A murdered nightclub star possesses a mild-mannered look-alike to bring his killers to justice.
Frisco Sal (1945) as Husband
Sal comes to the Barbary Coast from New England to find out who murdered her brother. She gets a job signing in Dude's saloon, falls in love with Dude, then wonders if he might be involved in the murder.
Conflict (1945) as Cab driver
A man murders his wife so he can be free to marry her sister.
Ladies Courageous (1944) as Mechanic
Destiny (1944) as Bartender
Greenwich Village (1944) as Ballyhoo man
A speakeasy owner steals a serious young composer''''s songs so he can produce a musical.
The Fighting Seabees (1944) as News correspondent
World War II construction workers have to fight the enemy to get the job done.
Henry Aldrich's Little Secret (1944) as Waiter
Henry and Dizzy have a baby sitting service and get more than they bargain for when the mother of a 10 month old leaves town to clear her husband of a crime.
Follow the Boys (1944) as Reporter
Swingtime Johnny (1944) as Gus
The Andrews Sisters take a hiatus from show business to aid the war effort. They take on jobs at a pipe-organ plant now making artillery shells. But they still find time for plenty of singing and dancing.
Dixie Dugan (1943) as Pressman
He's My Guy (1943) as Saunders
Vaudeville performers Van Moore (Dick Foran) and Terry Allen (Irene Hervey) split up after a quarrel. Terry moves in with Madge Donovan (Joan Davis), a dancing comedienne friend. She gets a job as secretary to Kirk (Donald Douglas), personnel manager of a defense plant, and conceives the idea of staging a talent show from among the workers. She sends for Van to help her stage the show but he arrives and finds her with Kirk and they break up again. When the show goes on, Kirk takes bows for its success. When it comes Terry's turn to sing, she is terrified without Van. But when she hears her accompaniment, she knows it is Van playing it, and walks out on the stage to find him at the piano. Madge tells the plant president (Samuel S.Hinds) that Van, not Kirk, really produced the show and he announces that Van and Terry are now co-directors of the entertainment for all the company's plants.
Henry Aldrich Gets Glamour (1943) as Albert, waiter
Hit the Ice (1943) as Man in bed
Flash Fulton (Bud Abbott) and Weejie McCoy (Lou Costello) take pictures of a bank robbery. Lured to the mountain resort hideout of the robbers and accompanied by Dr. Bill Elliott (Patric Knowles) and Peggy Osborn (Elyse Knox), they also meet old friend Johnny Long (Himself) and his band and singer Marcia Manning (Ginny Simms). Dr. Elliott and Peggy are being held in a remote cabin by the robbers, but Weejie rescues them by turning himself into a human snowball that becomes an avalanche that engulfs the crooks.
Sweet Rosie O'Grady (1943) as Weston
When a reporter exposes her past in burlesque, a musical theatre star sets out for revenge.
Hers to Hold (1943) as Coast guardsman
Always a Bridesmaid (1943) as Laborer
Pilot #5 (1943) as Cameraman
While their buddy flies a suicide mission, World War II airmen recall the events that led him to this noble sacrifice.
Swing Shift Maisie (1943) as Woo-woo man
A brassy showgirl signs on to help the war effort as a factory worker.
Dangerous Blondes (1943) as Night clerk
A mystery writer and his wife investigate the murder of a couturier''''s wife.
Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) as Chauffeur
An Eddie Cantor look-alike organizes an all-star show to help the war effort.
Salute for Three (1943) as Marine
Press agent Jimmy Gates (Marty May) gets an idea while watching a New York parade, for a returned war hero Sergeant Buzz McAllister (Macdonald Carey), with his chief client, singer Judy Ames (Betty Rhodes); Dona Drake (Dona Drake), leader of an all-girl orchestra; his photographer Foggy (Cliff Edwards), and his secretary Myrt (Minna Gombell). Jimmy, thinking Judy needs publicity in order to get a singing job on a radio program, thinks that a romance between her and the war hero would be just the ticket. Judy isn't too warm on the idea but agrees to go ahead for Jimmy's sake, with whom she thinks she is in love. She agrees to work on Buzz that night at the Manhattan Canteen, a converted night club where show business people entertain and wait on service men. Foggy is assigned to get pictures of Judy and Buzz together but fails through ineptness. Buzz escorts Judy home in a rainstorm and, while helping her out of the taxi, slips and falls into a deep puddle. Judy asks him to come in so she can dry his soaking-wet uniform on the kitchen stove. Foggy gains entrance to the apartment via the dumbwaiter and snaps a picture of Buzz in his underwear. The next morning Buzz tells Jimmy that he intends to marry Judy, which is going further than he had intended. He also decides he can't use the compromising - but innocent - photo for publicity purposes but does announce their - he thinks - publicity-only engagement. That clinches the deal for Judy to get a radio program called "The Girl I Left Behind." Buzz proposes to Judy, who realizes she loves Buzz and not Jimmy, and they, not knowing that Jimmy has announced their "engagement", decide to keep it a secret.
Henry Aldrich, Editor (1942) as Stranger
Henry (James Lydon) gets into another jam when he becomes the editor of the Centerville Hish School newspaper. The Fire Chief suspects him when he covers fires.
Jackass Mail (1942) as Engineer
A horse thief marries for profit, but doesn't reckon with his wife's determination to reform him.
Sin Town (1942) as [Slim] Hollister
Conman Dud McNair and his girl arrive in Carsin Town to find they have been sold worthless oil wells. The place is thriving and Dud soon eases himself in as half owner of a saloon. But his partner is playing a cagey and more deadly game. He is in jail so any lawlessness will be blamed on McNair.
Roxie Hart (1942) as Court clerk
To try and kick-start her show-business career, a woman admits to a Chicago murder.
Jail House Blues (1942) as Blind beggar
Springtime in the Rockies (1942) as Asst stage manager
A pair of Broadway partners threaten to breakup after old flames enter the picture.
Madame Spy (1942) as Driver's helper
Butch Minds the Baby (1942) as Bookie Bob
All Through the Night (1942) as Chef
A criminal gang turns patriotic to track down a Nazi spy ring.
Private Buckaroo (1942) as Sergeant
In This Our Life (1942) as Customer
A neurotic southerner steals her sister's husband then vies with her for another man.
My Gal Sal (1942) as Delivery man
A chronicle of songwriter Paul Dresser as he moves up into New York society.
The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942) as Vendor
An acerbic critic wreaks havoc when a hip injury forces him to move in with a midwestern family.
My Heart Belongs to Daddy (1942) as Chauffeur
You Can't Escape Forever (1942) as Waiter
Although she's been demoted to writing the advice column, a newspaper woman still tries to expose a racketeer.
Who Done It? (1942) as
Two would-be radio mystery writers find themselves in a real life murder mystery.
Dr. Broadway (1942) as Cabbie
Captains of the Clouds (1942) as Mechanic
A mail flyer joins the Canadian air force for fun but has to prove his worth when he goes to war.
Dr. Kildare's Victory (1942) as Supply clerk
A young doctor with a broken heart succumbs to the lure of a socialite.
True to the Army (1942) as Corporal with search party
Bombay Clipper (1942) as [Jeremiah] Lamb
Manpower (1941) as Taxi driver
Power linemen feud over the love of a sultry nightclub singer.
Back Street (1941) as Mr. Johnson
A woman accepts life in the shadows as the price for her affair with a married man.
Tight Shoes (1941) as Reporter
Blues in the Night (1941) as Waiter
The members of a traveling jazz band try to keep their leader from drinking himself to death.
Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941) as Foreman
A filmmaker tries to sell a script about con artists taking on the Russian millionaires of Mexico.
Rise and Shine (1941) as Cab driver
The college president, the head cheerleader and a gambling gangster try to keep a flunking football star in the game.
Great Guns (1941) as Guard
Belle Starr (1941) as Soldier
A Southern belle turns outlaw when her family loses their land.
We Go Fast (1941) as Porter
Rose Couglin (Lynn Bari) is a wise-cracking waitress at a coffe-pt diner with policemen Bob Brandon (Alan Curtis) and Herman Huff (Don DeFore billed as Don DeForest) vying for her attention. Their argument ends when the place is held up, but Brandon tricks the crook and captures him, but lets Herman take the credit. Herman now must sponsor Bob's application to the motrocycle force and is enev more dismayed when society deb Diana Hempstead (Sheila Ryan)takes a liking to Bob. Rose also finds herself involved with a swindle upon a refrigerator manufacturer by a bogus foreign potentate, Nabob (Gerald Mohr.)
Ride, Kelly, Ride (1941) as Clocker
Bullets for O'Hara (1941) as Messenger
A gangster's wife helps the FBI nail her husband.
Hellzapoppin' (1941) as Photographer
Ole and Chick are making a movie, but th edirector is not satisfied. So he brings them to a young writer, who outlines them a absurd story They have to support Jeff and Kitty in setting up an musical revue in their garden and want to bring it up on Broadway. If Jeff is sucessful he can marry Kitty. But there is his rich friend Woody, who also loves Kitty, Chick's sister Betty, who's in love with a false Russian count, and Detective Quimby. They all make the thing very complicated for Ole and Chick. After some mistakes they think, that Kitty isn't the right girl for Jeff they start sabotating the show, but the Broadway producer is impressed and signs the contract. That's the story the writer tells them. For this he's soot by the director.
World Premiere (1941) as Mailman
Out of the Fog (1941) as Joe
A racketeer terrorizes a small fishing community until he falls in love with a fisherman's daughter.
Moon Over Miami (1941) as
Two sisters from Texas travel to Florida looking for rich husbands.
Million Dollar Baby (1941) as Reporter
A young innocent's surprise inheritance causes problems with her poor but proud boyfriend.
Steel Against the Sky (1941) as
Steel-worker brothers compete for the same woman.
Affectionately Yours (1941) as Bell captain
A foreign correspondent hurries home to stop his wife from getting a divorce.
The Wagons Roll at Night (1941) as Taxi driver
A circus manager turns a young farm boy into a star lion tamer.
Two in a Taxi (1941) as Reporter
Castle on the Hudson (1940) as Pete
A hardened crook behind bars comes up against a reform-minded warden.
The House Across the Bay (1940) as Barney
An aircraft designer falls for an imprisoned gangster's wife.
Go West (1940) as Fireman
Three zanies tackle outlaws and Indians when they head westward.
Young People (1940) as Stage manager
Shirley's last film on her 20th Century Fox contract (aged 12). Her parents (Oakie, Greenwood) decide to retire from show biz so she can have a normal life. They are unwelcome in the small town until a storm lets the family show their stuff. Clips from earlier films fill in Shirley's background.
Slightly Tempted (1940) as Slot machine player
Confidence man Professor Ross (Hugh Herbert) is released from prison and goes to Knoxton where his daughter Judy (Peggy Moran) lives. She has told everyone, including her fiancee Jimmy Duncan (Johnny Downs), that her father has been exploring in South America. Civic leaders ask him to lecture at a gala reception. Because Jimmy needs money to finance a toy train factory, Ross ends his lecture with a sales talk about the valuable Iridium mines he found in South America. Ethelreda Knox (Elisabeth Risdon), big-time toy manufacturer, wants to get a monopoly on the Iridium stock, while Gentleman Jack (Robert Emmett Keane) and The Duchess (Gertrude Michael), a pair of slick crooks, also want to chisel in on the deal. Ross gets the swindlers and civic leaders to deposit $60,000 in the bank and he finances Jimmy's factory with the funds. Feeling somewhat "taken", Gentleman Jack and The Duchess rob the bank, but with the help of his crony Peter (George E. Stone), Ross sees to it that the pair leave town holding an empty bag. Ross reimburses the locals and suggests a merger of the factories owned by his bride-to-be Eltelreda and his future son-in-law Jimmy.
Brother Rat and a Baby (1940) as Expressman
Three naval cadets graduate and help each other find jobs.
Star Dust (1940) as Cameraman
When the studios reject her because she''''s too young, a young actress sets out to build a career on her own.
The Great Profile (1940) as Reporter
Barrymore lampoons himself. A famous actor, given to drink, nearly destroys the show, but his leading lady (Hughes) returns to save it. Meanwhile a young girl (Baxter) tries to reform him.
City of Chance (1940) as Bartender
Strike Up the Band (1940) as Clown
A high-school band sets out to win a national radio contest.
An Angel from Texas (1940) as Coffee counter clerk
A pair of slick Broadway producers con a wealthy cowboy into backing their show.
Girl in 313 (1940) as Cab driver
Elsa Maxwell's Public Deb No. 1 (1940) as Photographer
When a waiter (Murphy) gives a society girl (Joyce) a public spanking for attending a Communist rally, her soup-tycoon uncle (Ruggles) makes the waiter a vice-president of his company.
Sailor's Lady (1940) as Sail maker
Sailor (Hall) is going to marry his girlfriend (Kelly) when he returns, but she becomes foster mother to baby whose parents are accidentally killed. The baby is accidentally left on board a visiting battleship.
Blackwell's Island (1939) as Second pusher
A reporter gets himself sent to prison to expose a mobster.
The Roaring Twenties (1939) as Cab driver
Three WWI Army buddies get mixed up with the mob in peacetime.
It Could Happen to You (1939) as Burglar
They Asked for It (1939) as Reporter
Sweepstakes Winner (1939) as Horseplayer
A scatterbrained waitress invests her inheritance in a broken-down race horse and a sweepstakes ticket.
On Your Toes (1939) as Vaudevillian
A hoofer gets mixed up with a ballet dancer, triggering backstage jealousy.
Charlie McCarthy, Detective (1939) as Doctor
Scotty Hamilton is a reporter who works for a crooked editor. Bill Banning is another reporter who is about to expose the editor's ties to the mob. When the editor is killed, both reporter Banning and mobster Tony Garcia are suspected. However, Hamilton's friend Edgar Bergen solves the case (without much help from Charlie McCarthy).
News Is Made at Night (1939) as Technician
Eternally Yours (1939) as Stage manager
A woman is swept off her feet by a magician, and finds the results less than magical.
Tail Spin (1939) as Mechanic
A flyer enters a cross-country aerial derby and becomes rival to a wealthy society competitor.
Stronger Than Desire (1939) as Charles
A lawyer's wife keeps mum as her husband defends an innocent woman for the crime she committed.
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) as Reporter
An idealistic Senate replacement takes on political corruption.
I Stole a Million (1939) as Mild cab driver
Let Us Live (1939) as Electrician
Two wrongly convicted men are sentenced to death.
Hollywood Cavalcade (1939) as Assistant stage manager
Michael Linnett Connors takes Molly Adair from Broadway understudy to 1913 Hollywood star. Although she is in love with him, she marries her co-star reckoning wrongly Connors thinks of her only in terms of movies. He fires her in pique, apparently terminally damaging his career.
Indianapolis Speedway (1939) as Stubby
A race-car driver tries to keep his kid brother from taking to the track.
Winner Take All (1939) as Jimmy Rooney's trainer
When a waiter (Martin) makes a lucky hit and wins a benefit prizefight, gamblers rig some fights for him; but a reporter (Stuart) arranges for a real boxer (Richmond) to put him in his place.
East Side of Heaven (1939) as Garage man
Strange Faces (1938) as Taxi driver
A Slight Case of Murder (1938) as Customer
A gangster finds the straight life ain't so simple.
Ladies in Distress (1938) as Brown
Time Out for Murder (1938) as Sailor
A bank runner (Kellard) is accused of killing a woman (Hussey) for whom he deposited a large amount. Reporter (Stuart) and bank official (Stuart) investigate.
Rascals (1938) as Elevator starter
A Gypsy band takes lots of stuff but always in a good cause. Led by Jane Withers, they pick up a socialite (Hundson) who has amnesia. She works as a fortune teller and raises enough money for an operation to regain her memory.
Happy Landing (1938) as Mechanic
The Bride's Fair in a small Norwegian village is interrupted by the forced landing of Jimmy Hall (Don Ameche) and Duke Sargent (Cesar Romero), two Americans lost - really, really lost - while flying from New York to Paris. Jimmy is the manager of Duke, a publicity-seeking band leader. An old superstition points to Duke as the appointed husband-to-be (not likely) of Trudy Ericksen (Sonja Henie), daughter of villager Herr Ericksen (Jean Hersholt). Duke, however, has an understanding with Flo Kelly (Ethel Merman) back in the states, and leaves for Paris. Trudy follows him to New York, only to find he has left for Florida with Flo. Jimmy takes Trudy skating in Central Park, falls in love with her and is so impressed that he gets her a contract to skate professionally. Duke hears of her success and flies back and begins a series of romantic entanglements.
Tenth Avenue Kid (1938) as Phil Wacker
One Wild Night (1938) as Gas station attendant
The Jury's Secret (1938) as Baker
Bill Sheldon (Larry J. Blake as Larry Blake) has a grudge against Midland City newspaper publisher Brandon Williams (Samuel S. Hinds) as Sheldon blames the city's recent flood against Williams for using his power and influence to hold up government flood control money. When Williams is found murdered, Sheldon is charged with the crime that was actually committed by Walter Russell (Kent Taylor), the paper's rebel editorial writer. Ney York reporter Linda Ware (Fay Wray) arrives to cover the story and finds that Russell, her old sweetheart, is on the jury hearing Sheldon's trial. She also discovers that he is the killer. Russell forces an acquittal and, before another trial can be held, realizes that his conscience will not permit him to let Sheldon be tried again.
The Missing Guest (1938) as "Vic"
Passport Husband (1938) as Chauffeur
Midnight Intruder (1938) as Taxi driver
Squadron of Honor (1938) as Reporter
Sinners in Paradise (1938) as Navigator
A seaplane departs for China. On board are a nurse escaping a loveless marriage to do work with refugees, a woman hoping to surprise her estranged son, a wealthy heiress trying to distance herself from labor troubles, an oily politician, a moll and a mobster fleeing the wrath of the gangs they've double-crossed, two rival munitions salesmen out to cash in on the misery of war, and a fresh-faced young steward. Caught in a course-altering storm, a crash-landing destroys the plane, kills the plane's officers, and tosses the surviving passengers into the sea. They are washed ashore on an isolated island inhabited solely by mysteriously reclusive Mr. Taylor and his servant, Ping. Until Taylor decides if, how and when he will allow them to take his boat back to China for help, this disparate band must work together, change their self-centered ways, and examine their motives for wanting to escape from the island and their pasts.
The Storm (1938) as Officer
The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse (1938) as Candy
A doctor plots crimes so he can study criminal psychology.
Air Devils (1938) as Sergeant Jennings
Hollywood Hotel (1938) as Photographer
A small-town boy wins a Hollywood talent contest.
There Goes My Heart (1938) as Taxi driver
An heiress takes a job as a department store clerk.
Heart of the North (1938) as Mechanic
A Canadian Mounted Policeman searches for the outlaws who robbed a freighter.
Top of the Town (1937) as Painter
Kid Galahad (1937) as Bell captain
A mob-connected trainer grooms a bellhop for the boxing ring.
White Bondage (1937) as Clerk
A reporter risks lynching to prove that share croppers are being cheated.
Born Reckless (1937) as Taxi driver
It Can't Last Forever (1937) as Reporter
Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) as Steward
Spies have an invention which will allow its posessor to remote-control flying aircraft. The U.S. Navy, the Berlin police, and No. 1 son Lee Chan (a member of the U.S. Swim Team at the Berlin Olympics) help Charlie capture the spies.
Hot Water (1937) as Reporter
Time Out for Romance (1937) as Gas station attendant
My Dear Miss Aldrich (1937) as Joe
A glamorous woman takes over a newspaper and clashes with the editor.
Reported Missing (1937) as Duffy
The Man Who Cried Wolf (1937) as Halligan
Carnival Queen (1937) as Hanlin
Love and Hisses (1937) as Attendant
Back in Circulation (1937) as Driver
A reporter tries to win her editor''''s heart by solving a murder case.
Love Is on the Air (1937) as Danny
A crusading radio reporter takes on civic corruption.
Marked Woman (1937) as Second reporter
A crusading DA fights to get a nightclub hostess to testify against her gangster boss.
Submarine D-1 (1937) as Chief yeoman
Recruits on a new submarine fall for the same girl.
Crack-Up (1937) as Mate
Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937) as Reporter
A New York nightclub singer plans to reveal gangsters named in her private diary. The diary disappears and the singer is murdered. Charlie Chan is called into to investigate.
Gold Diggers of 1937 (1936) as Salesman
A group of insurance salesmen try to get into show business.
Here Comes Carter (1936) as Painter
A radio commentator avenges an old wrong by blowing the whistle on Hollywood scandals.
The Law in Her Hands (1936) as Mug
A lady lawyer for the mob tries to break free of her criminal connections.
Man Hunt (1936) as Drunk
A bored small-town teacher gets mixed up with an escaped bank robber.
Theodora Goes Wild (1936) as Photographer
A woman's two lives as small-town innocent and author of torrid romances collide.
The Case of the Black Cat (1936) as Poker player
Perry Mason looks into a trio of murders heralded by the shriek of a cat.
The Case of the Lucky Legs (1935) as Checker
Perry Mason tries to stay on the wagon while investigating the murder of a crooked beauty contest promoter.
The Gay Deception (1935) as Reporter
Mirabel wins a $5,000 lottery which will enable her to live like a queen in New York. There she meets Sandro, a bellboy who is really a prince, so she does get to be a queen after all.
Advice to the Lovelorn (1933) as Reporter
Los Angeles newspaper reporter Toby Prentiss is continually in trouble with his editor. He is demoted to running the paper's "Miss Lonelyhearts" advice column because he missed the scoop on a major earthquake whilst out on the town. Determined to be fired from the column he starts to give crazy advice to the readers, but this only makes him even more popular.

Cast (short)

Somewhat Secret (1939)
In this short film, the student body at a girls finishing school struggle to satisfy their craving for swing music when it is banned by an oppressive dean.
Hot Sands (1931)
In this short film, a newlywed couple drive into Death Valley and wind up gambling for their life. Vitaphone Release 1175.

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