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Cast (feature film)

The Sniper (1952) as Policeman
An unhappy man goes on a killing spree.
Al Jennings of Oklahoma (1951) as Bailiff
The four Jennings brothers are Lawyers. When Al has a brother murdered, he goes after the murderer. He outdraws him but a witness says it was murder. Escaping the Sheriff he take refuge on a cattle ranch only to learn all the hands are rustlers. With a price on his head Al joins them and becomes an outlaw. His fame grows as does the reward for his capture.
Criminal Lawyer (1951) as Bailiff
An alcoholic lawyer sobers up to defend his friend in a murder case.
Gasoline Alley (1951) as Workman
Customs Agent (1950) as Inspector
Kill the Umpire (1950) as Fire chief
To appease his family, a retired baseball player signs up for umpire school.
Mary Ryan, Detective (1950) as Riley
Bodyhold (1950) as Timekeeper
Tommy Jones, a well-built plumber, is invited to join a troupe of professional wrestlers, but is surprised to learn that the sport of exhibition wrestling is not on the up-and-up.
Prison Warden (1949) as Deputy Crothers
The Secret of St. Ives (1949) as Recording clerk
A Frenchman imprisoned during the Napoleonic wars escapes to prove his innocence.
The Clay Pigeon (1949) as Chief Jones
A man awakens from a coma to discover he's accused of treason.
Slightly French (1949) as Barker
An out-of-work movie director turns a carnival girl into a French heiress to make her a star.
The Lone Wolf and His Lady (1949) as Policeman
A reformed thief tracks a stolen jewel to clear his name.
Blondie Hits the Jackpot (1949) as Officer
Kazan (1949) as
The Gentleman from Nowhere (1948) as Plainclothesman
The Fuller Brush Man (1948) as Officer
A bumbling salesman gets mixed up in murder.
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948) as Policeman
A New York businessman''''s dream of a country home is shattered when he buys a tumbledown rural shack.
Blondie's Secret (1948) as Prowl officer
The Untamed Breed (1948) as Avey
Tom Reed's adaptation of the "Saturday Evening Post" story by Eli Colter finds Texas wrangler Tom Kilpatrick (Sonny Tufts) persuading the ranchers of the Pecos area, led by John Rambeau (Edgar Buchanan), to buy a Brahma bull on a cooperative basis to improve their depleted cattle strain. The bull escapes, due to the carelessness of Windy Lucas (George Hayes as George 'Gabby' Hayes.) The mishap is seen by Larch Keegan (William Bishop), young rancher in love with Cherry Lucas (Barbara Britton), Windy's adopted daughter. Larch, jealous of Tom as a rival for Cherry and for water rights, fixes the blame on the wrangler. The bull terrorizes the countryside, injuring farm women and killing other bulls. Larch and his brothers, Hoy (Joe Sawyer) and Happy (Gordon Jones), incite the ranchers to shoot the bull on sight, but Tom begs for time to capture it alive. Tom corners and lassoes the bull in the hills, but his horse is no match for the bull, who escapes again. Tom then sets out to capture the Widow Maker, a famous wild horse, knowing the horse is the only one capable of holding the lassoed bull. He does so and trains the horse in secret. Larch grows so jealous of Tom that he vows to burn down his ranch house. To prevent this, Cherry marries Tom but the latter, discovering why Cherry rushed into the marriage, refuses to live with her as man and wife.
Blondie's Big Moment (1947) as Lettering painter
Dagwood falls foul of George M. Radcliffe even before he knows he's the new boss. After he manages to put a big deal in jeopardy he's in real trouble, and Blondie has the bright idea of having Radcliffe round for dinner. Maybe also inviting the feisty new schoolteacher to make up the foursome wasn't so bright though.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947) as Porter
An accountant dreams of being a hero but finds it''''s not so easy in real life.
The 13th Hour (1947) as Policeman
In the 7th of Columbia's "Whistler" series, truck-firm owner Steve Reynolds (Richard Dix) gets involved in a feud with a rival firm, and shortly thereafter is slugged by a masked assailant who steals the truck he is driving. The assailant runs down a policeman in the truck and leaves other clues pointing to Reynolds as the cop killer. With only a glove, with diamonds stuck in the thumb,as a clue, and while evading the police and other characters after him and the diamonds, Reynolds finally runs down the guilty party and clears himself.
Key Witness (1947) as Policeman
South of the Chisholm Trail (1947) as Cattle buyer
Roses Are Red (1947) as Photographer
This script rode in right off of the range that had been ridden at least twice by Tim McCoy at Columbia. Writer Elmam did little other than moving it from a Western to a big-town Eastern. Don Castle plays a newly-elected district attorney but, just before he takes office, the town's crooked political boss (Edward Keane) has his henchies (including Jeff Chandler)kidnap him with intentions of replacing him with an ex-convict(Don Castle in a dual role) who is his exact double. While the D.A.'s double/replacement is studying his mannerisms where he is being held captive, the D.A. knocks out the double, takes his clothes and manages to fool the gang boss into thinking he is the ex-con. The henchies then kill the ex-con thinking he is the D.A. The latter continues to impersonate his double until he has set and sprung the trap on the gang boss and his minions. Peggy Knudsen plays the D.A's. fiance, Patricia Knight the wife of the ex-con and Joe Sawyer pops up as a crooked police official.
Blaze of Noon (1947) as Fireman
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?
My Wild Irish Rose (1947) as Heckler
Musical biography of Irish songwriter Chauncey Olcott.
California (1947) as Shopkeeper
"Wicked" Lily Bishop joins a wagon train to California, led by Michael Fabian and Johnnny Trumbo, but news of the Gold Rush scatters the train. When Johnny and Michael finally arrive, Lily is rich from her saloon and storekeeper (former slaver) Pharaoh Coffin is bleeding the miners dry. But worse troubles are ahead: California is inching toward statehood, and certain people want to make it their private empire.
Blondie in the Dough (1947) as Baxter
The Last Round-Up (1947) as Rancher
Gene Autry (Gene Autry) attempts to arrange that both the Indians and ranchers, scheduled to be driven from their land by Mesa City's mew aqueduct, benefit from the deal, which is opposed by town banker Mason (Ralph Morgan.) Mason stirs up the Indians against Gene but, with help from school teacher Carol (Jean Heather), Gene is able to expose Mason's schemes.
Our Hearts Were Growing Up (1946) as Sergeant on stage
Cornelia and Emily, at college in the early 1920s, have triangle trouble with their beaus. Their affairs become entangled with those of a chance-met, kindly bootlegger. Much of the humor derives from pre-Roaring Twenties naivity.
Crack-Up (1946) as Ticket clerk
An art critic risks his reputation and his life to track down a forgery racket.
Boston Blackie and the Law (1946) as Callahan
A reformed thief brings a magic show to a woman's prison and gets mixed up in an escape.
Meet Me on Broadway (1946) as Gardner
When his career crashes and burns, a director tries to come back staging country club shows.
House of Horrors (1946) as Detective
Talk About a Lady (1946) as Deputy sheriff
Mysterious Intruder (1946) as Policeman
A detective discovers the woman he''''s been hired to track down is the key to an unusual inheritance.
The Return of Rusty (1946) as Major
Masquerade in Mexico (1946) as Customs official
Blondie's Lucky Day (1946) as Policeman
Dagwood takes over the office in Dithers's absence and hires former WAC Mary Jane. Dagwood and the WAC become unemployed, the Bumsteads start their own business, and Dagwood gets his old job back.
Without Reservations (1946) as Red Cap
A woman writer falls for a war hero who''''s a perfect match for the hero of her latest novel.
Hold That Blonde (1945) as Murphy
Ogden Spencer Trulow III (Eddie Bracken) is a wealthy kleptomaniac who turned to stealing when he was spurned by a girl. His psychoanalyst advises him to find another girl for a cure. He fastens his interest upon Sally Martin (Veronica Lake), who happens to be engaged upon helping some crooks steal a valuable necklace. Complications include two scantily attired individuals, one of them drunk, clinging to the cornice of a skyscraper and a large band of crooks in quest of the precious jewels.
Johnny Angel (1945) as First official
A sailor sets out to solve his father's murder.
The Valley of Decision (1945) as
An Irish housemaid''''s romance with the boss''''s son is complicated by labor disputes in the Pittsburgh mills.
The Falcon in San Francisco (1945) as Police captain
A society sleuth enlists a little girl's help in nabbing a mob of silk smugglers.
Captain Tugboat Annie (1945) as Policeman
I Love a Bandleader (1945) as
An amnesiac thinks he''''s a popular bandleader.
One Way to Love (1945) as Pullman conductor
Duffy's Tavern (1945) as Regan's assistant
When Archie, the proprietor of the neighborhood bar discovers that one of his regulars, Michael O'Malley, owner of a record company is going broke, he realizes that many of his regulars will soon be unemployed and therefore, unable to pay their tab at the tavern. Archie immediately begins recruiting
Shine on Harvest Moon (1944) as Policeman in "Big Night" number
Song-filled look behind the scenes of vaudeville, based on the lives of Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth.
San Diego, I Love You (1944) as Policeman
The Merry Monahans (1944) as Conductor
Strange Affair (1944) as Officer in patrol car
A mystery writer and his wife investigate a murder at a charity benefit.
The Falcon Out West (1944) as Murphy
A society sleuth turns cowboy to investigate a Texas murder.
Double Indemnity (1944) as Conductor
An insurance salesman gets seduced into plotting a client's death.
Henry Aldrich's Little Secret (1944) as Plainclothesman
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.
Ever Since Venus (1944) as Waiter
Can't Help Singing (1944) as Boat official
A senator''''s daughter follows her boyfriend in the days of the California gold rush.
Girl Rush (1944) as Joe, bartender
Two vaudevillians try to round up some ready-made brides for gold prospectors.
None Shall Escape (1944) as Neighbor
A Nazi officer on trial for war crimes thinks back on his past.
Jungle Woman (1944) as Policeman
Paula the ape woman (Acquanetta) is alive and well, and running around a creepy old sanitarium run by the kindly Dr. Fletcher (J. Carrol Naish), also reverting to her true gorilla form every once in a while to kill somebody.
Beautiful But Broke (1944) as Defense worker
An agent's secretary puts together an all-female big band to cope with wartime male shortages.
Seven Days Ashore (1944) as Ship's officer
A sailor enlists his buddies to help with an excess of girlfriends.
None Shall Escape (1944) as
A Nazi officer on trial for war crimes thinks back on his past.
Gangway for Tomorrow (1943) as Worker
Five people thrown together by World War II review their pasts.
Sherlock Holmes in Washington (1943) as Hotel porter
Sherlock Holmes tries to recover a stolen document during World War II.
Ladies' Day (1943) as Umpire
To save their team, baseball players try to get their star pitcher married to the right woman.
Seven Miles from Alcatraz (1943) as Prison guard
Escaped convicts land at a lighthouse being used by Nazi spies.
Henry Aldrich Haunts a House (1943) as Clannahan's assistant
Gildersleeve's Bad Day (1943) as Mason
A small-town politician is the jury hold-out in a sensational murder case.
The Good Fellows (1943) as Conductor
The title of Grand Caesar in the Ancient Order of Noblest Romans of Wakefield, Indiana keeps Jim "Pop" Helton (Cecil Kellaway) so involved and distracted that he forgets to pay the family's bills, nearly makes a shambles of a real estate deal his oldest daughter, Ethel (Helen Walker)is working on,almost wrecks her romance with Captain Tom Drayson (James Brown), and gets involved in a game with a pool shark in an effort to raise the remaining $75 of the $6,750 needed (that they didn't have) by the Wakefield Lodge to host the national convention of the Noblest Romans.
Lady Bodyguard (1943) as Attendant
A.C.Baker (Anne Shirley), advertising executive for an insurance company, approaches test pilot Terry Moore (Eddie Albert) with a proposition that in return for using his picture and endorsement he will get a paid-for-a-year $1000 policy. High-risk Terry agrees. George MacAlister (Roger Pryor) fires his secretary, Miss Tracy (Mary Treen), just as she is typing up the policy and she, for spite, changes the amount from a thousand dollars to one million dollars. A.C. delivers the policy, without noticing the difference, to Terry at a party at the Frolics Club, a cheap joint wedged between a burlesque house and a flop house hotel. Three characters, an elderly hat-check "girl" known as Mother Hodges (Maude Eburne); Avery Jamieson (Raymond Walburn), a broken-down actor; and bartender Harry Gargan (Edward Brophy) are named beneficiaries. When the company discovers the error, A.C. is sent to get back the policy and, pending that, don't let Terry make any test flights.
The Seventh Victim (1943) as Police officer with Mary
A girl's search for her missing sister puts her in conflict with a band of satanists.
Mr. Lucky (1943) as Plainclothesman
A gambling-ship owner is out to fleece a beautiful society woman, but falls in love.
Calling Dr. Death (1943) as Officer
Losing his memories of the last few days, neurologist Dr. Steele is told that his wife has been brutally murdered. Steele, aware of his conniving wife's infidelity, believes he may have been the killer and enlists the aid of his pretty nurse Stella to hypnotize him into recovering his lost memories.
Six Gun Gospel (1943) as Bill Simms
Shipments of gold from Goldville are being hijacked by a gang secretly headed by Ace Benton (Kenneth Macdonald), the town's leading citizen. Benton is also trying to acquire all the town property, as he knows the railroad is planning a line through there. U.S. Marshals Nevada Jack McKenzie (Johnny Mack Brown) and Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton) are sent in, with Sandy posing as a preacher. Mine owner Bill Simms (Kernan Cripps) is almost wiped out by previous holdups and Dan Baxter (Eddie Dew), in love with Simms' daughter Jane (Inna Guest), offers to drive the next stage shipment and Sandy is to ride shotgun. Benton's gang, headed by Durkin (Roy Barcroft) intends to rob the stage.
Broadway (1942) as Morgue attendant
Saboteur (1942) as
A young man accused of sabotage goes on the lam to prove his innocence.
Dr. Broadway (1942) as Sergeant
My Favorite Blonde (1942) as Yard man
A vaudevillian gets mixed up with a beautiful blonde spy.
Sin Town (1942) as
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.
Behind the Eight Ball (1942) as Doyle
Fighting Bill Fargo (1942) as Rancher
Bill Fargo returns from prison to find Scanlon controlling the town including the Sheriff and the editor. First Scanlon has the Sheriff's opposition in the upcoming election murdered. Then when the editor confesses to Bill, he has him killed with Bill's gun. But the editor set off Scoops' camera just as he was shot and then left a dying note. Scoop finds the note and the inept photographer tries to develop the picture.
'Frisco Lil (1942) as Burke
Street of Chance (1942) as Taxi driver
The Falcon Takes Over (1942) as Doorman
A society sleuth and a lady reporter try to track down a murderous thug's lost girlfriend.
Priorities on Parade (1942) as Workman
Men of Texas (1942) as Telephone operator
Juke Box Jenny (1942) as Detective
Henry Aldrich, Editor (1942) as Fireman
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.
Jail House Blues (1942) as Guard
You're Telling Me (1942) as
Other than the title, this film has no connection at all to the 1934 W.C. Fields film of the same title even though some sources give the plot of the Fields' film as the plot of this film. Hubert Abercrombie Gumm (Hugh Herbert), a flighty, eccentric screwball (what else)acquires a job as an executive at a radio station at the insistence of his only-slightly less eccentric aunt Fannie Handley (Esther Dale), who is married to one of the company owners, Ernest Truex. After mixing up the script pages to the various radio programs, Hubert sets out to get the name of a returning explorer on a contract for the radio station.
Back Street (1941) as Deck steward
A woman accepts life in the shadows as the price for her affair with a married man.
Appointment for Love (1941) as Bartender
Charming Andre Cassil woos physician Jane Alexander and the two impulsively get married. The honeymoon ends very quickly when Jane voices her progressive views on marriage which include the two having separate apartments. Andre then tries to make his wife jealous in order to lure her into his bedroom.
The Lady from Cheyenne (1941) as Stagehand
Fictionalized story of the 1869 adoption of women's suffrage in Wyoming Territory. In the new-founded railroad town of Laraville, Boss Jim Cork hopes to manipulate the sale of town lots to give him control, but Quaker schoolmarm Annie Morgan bags one of the key lots. Cork's lawyer Steve Lewis tries romancing Annie to get the lot back, finding her so overpoweringly liberated she leaves him dizzy. Still, Steve attains his nefarious object...almost...then has cause to deeply regret having aroused the sleeping giant of feminism!
Too Many Blondes (1941) as Gate official
Mr. Dynamite (1941) as Detective
Henry Aldrich for President (1941) as 3d printer
Hit the Road (1941) as Guard
Hello Sucker (1941) as Policeman
Melody Lane (1941) as Policeman
Lady Scarface (1941) as Joe Cop
Police try to capture a murderous female gangster and her band of killers.
San Francisco Docks (1941) as Guard
Longshoreman Johnny Barnes is in love with Kitty Tracy, barmaid at her father's waterfront saloon. Johnny is arrested for murder. Kitty and Father Cameron locate Frances March, wife of the real murderer (Alcatraz escapee Monte March) which leads to a fight between the two women and then between the priest and the murderer.
Pacific Blackout (1941) as Cop in first café
When the Daltons Rode (1940) as Freight agent
Young lawyer Tod Jackson arrives in pioneer Kansas to visit his prosperous rancher friends the Daltons, just as the latter are in danger of losing their land to a crooked development company. When Tod tries to help them, a faked murder charge turns the Daltons into outlaws, but more victims than villains in this fictionalized version. Will Tod stay loyal to his friends despite falling in love with Bob Dalton's former fiancée Julie?
Alias the Deacon (1940) as Laborer
Cross-Country Romance (1940) as
A runaway heiress hides in a doctor''''s trailer for a rollicking trip to San Francisco.
Mexican Spitfire Out West (1940) as Cop
To punish her inattentive husband, a Latin bombshell pretends to want a divorce.
Sandy Gets Her Man (1940) as Police officer
Sandy Is a Lady (1940) as Boss
Oh, Johnny, How You Can Love (1940) as Policeman
Private Affairs (1940) as Doorman
Amos Bullerton, son of an old Boston family, has chosen for twenty years to remain a "black sheep" rather than submit to the dictation of his staid family. Jane Bullerton, his daughter, finds herself in the same quandary, ordered by her crotchety grandfather, Noble Bullerton, to marry a man she doesn't love.
The Invisible Woman (1940) as Postman
A mad scientist makes a beautiful model invisible so she can get back at the man who fired her.
The House of the Seven Gables (1940) as Workman
A man frames his brother for murder to secure the family fortune for himself.
You're Not So Tough (1940) as Guard
The Dead End Kids are out of the slums of New York's East Side and running around the sunny valleys of California looking for a way to make a quick buck. The idea of working never enters their minds until Halop is egged on by Grey to show his capabilities. Before long, he and Hall are working on the ranch of Galli, an elderly Italian woman who treats her workers like human beings instead of animals. Galli's son disappeared as an infant, and Halop tries to convince her that he is that long lost son, thus possibly sharing in her wealth. Galli is such a good person that Halop is soon motivated by respect instead of greed, so he devises a plan to help her when truckers and a labor organization band together to keep her crops from making it to market.
Black Friday (1940) as Detective
When his friend Professor Kingsely (Ridges) is at deaths door, brain surgeon Dr. Sovac (Karloff) saves his life by means of an illegal operation that transplants part of injured gangster Red Cannon's brain. Unfortunately, the operation has a disasterous Jeckll and Hyde side effect and under certain conditions the persona of Cannon emerges. Sovac soon learns of the duel personality and of half a million dollars the gangster has hidden away. He attempts to find the money through the manipulation of his friend, an attempt that brings Kingsley closer to madness as he alternates between a meek professor of english and a brutal gangster out for murderous revenge on those who tried to kill him.
Society Smugglers (1939) as Detective
Let Us Live (1939) as Desk sergeant
Two wrongly convicted men are sentenced to death.
The Big Guy (1939) as Fourth guard
The Forgotten Woman (1939) as Policeman
Call a Messenger (1939) as Police officer
A tough street kid attempts to rob a post office and is caught. In order to avoid reform school, he takes a job as a messenger with the post office. He finds that he likes it, and when his brother is released from prison, attempts to help his brother go straight. However, the two of them get mixed up with a local gangster, who has plans to start robbing post office branches and using the messenger and his brother to do it.
Hero for a Day (1939) as Trainer
Penitentiary (1938) as Conductor
The Main Event (1938) as Arena guard
Newsboys' Home (1938) as Pressman
Strange Faces (1938) as Detective
Swing It, Sailor! (1938) as Doctor
His Exciting Night (1938) as Clerk
Gang Bullets (1938) as
Over the Wall (1938) as Guard
A prison chaplain tries to help a man framed for murder prove his innocence.
Dangerous Holiday (1937) as Policeman
Angel's Holiday (1937) as Radio officer
The Cowboy and the Kid (1936) as Jim Thomas
Silverspurs (1936) as Sheriff
With Love and Kisses (1936) as Turnkey
The Blackmailer (1936) as Policeman
And So They Were Married (1936) as Turnkey
The children of a divorcee and a widower try to keep their parents apart.
Come Closer, Folks (1936) as Policeman
Counterfeit Lady (1936) as Brady
The Whole Town's Talking (1935) as Policeman/Guard
A gangster hides from the law by trading places with a mild-mannered double.
Atlantic Adventure (1935) as Seaman
An ace reporter tracks the man who killed the D.A. to an ocean liner.
Mary Burns, Fugitive (1935) as G-man
Stone of Silver Creek (1935) as Ben
Stone runs an honest saloon and gives Mason back his money two card sharps take from him. The Reverend overhears the two plan to get the money back. He is on hand when they make their raid but they shoot him and take off with the money. Stone catches up with them but is in trouble when they outmaneuver him.
Northern Frontier (1935) as Mike
The Mounties are after counterfeiters. When McKenzie catches an arriving agent, he uses that man's letter of introduction to get into the counterfeiting gang. Greatly outnumbered and in trouble when his true identity becomes known, he receives unexpected help from one of the gang members.
She Couldn't Take It (1935) as Guard
Smart Girl (1935) as O'Brien
The Public Menace (1935) as Policeman at funeral parlor
A cocky reporter's marriage to a manicurist jeopardizes his career.
Little Big Shot (1935) as First policeman
Small-time hoods turn nursemaid when a gangster's daughter is orphaned.
The Lone Wolf Returns (1935) as Policeman
Wilderness Mail (1935) as Inspector Logan
The Defense Rests (1934) as Policeman
A sleazy lawyer's female assistant sets out to end his cheating ways.
I'll Fix It (1934) as Policeman
A businessman''''s efforts to buy good grades for his kid brother put him in conflict with the school''''s lady principal.
Broadway Bill (1934) as Policeman
An heiress and her brother-in-law defy her father by going into horse racing.
Girl in Danger (1934) as Policeman
The Party's Over (1934) as Guard in art gallery
Against the Law (1934) as Policeman
The Crime of Helen Stanley (1934) as Gateman
I Hate Women (1934) as Casey
The Pride of the Legion (1932) as Sergeant Miller
Maid to Order (1931) as
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.
Those Who Dance (1930) as Detective
A policeman doubles as a gunman to get in with the mob.
Alibi (1929) as Trask, plainclothesman
A mobster kills a police offer and uses the victim''''s daughter as his alibi.

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