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Cinematography (feature film)

Mackenna's Gold (1969) as Addl photog
A group of men, lead by a questionable sheriff and a wanted bandit, descend upon the desert in search of a lost canyon of gold.
Riding High (1950) as Process photog
An heiress and her sister''''s fiancee defy her family to race horses.
Blue Skies (1946) as Process photog
Vaudeville partners spend years vying for the same beautiful woman.
My Favorite Blonde (1942) as Process photog
A vaudevillian gets mixed up with a beautiful blonde spy.
Sullivan's Travels (1942) as Process photog
A filmmaker masquerades as a hobo to get in touch with the little people.
Priorities on Parade (1942) as Process photog
Aloma of the South Seas (1941) as Process photog
A young South Seas native boy is sent to the U.S. for his education, returns to his island after his father dies to try to stop a revolution.
Reaching for the Sun (1941) as Process photog
Nothing But the Truth (1941) as Process photog
A businessman bets he can tell the truth for 24 hours.
Virginia (1941) as Process photog
Road to Singapore (1940) as Process photog
A runaway tycoon and his sailor buddy try to con their way through the South Seas.
Typhoon (1940) as Spec eff
Dr. Cyclops (1940) as Process photog
A brilliant physicist in the Peruvian jungle discovers how to shrink his enemies.
Union Pacific (1939) as Process photog
A crooked politician tries to stop construction of the first intercontinental railroad.
Invitation to Happiness (1939) as Process photog
Trainer Pop Hardy thinks his heavyweight boxer 'King' Cole could be champ...some day; he wants to sell a half interest in Cole to his rich friend Wayne. Wayne's daughter Eleanor is disdainful, but brash Cole manages to get under her skin. Can a society dame and a mug find happiness together? And can she wait for his slow rise to fame?
Rulers of the Sea (1939) as Process photog
Honeymoon in Bali (1939) as Process photog
Cafe Society (1939) as Process photog
Men with Wings (1938) as Process photog
Mama Loves Papa (1933) as Transparency process
One Sunday Afternoon (1933) as Transparency process
A small-town dentist longs to avenge an old friend who stole his love, but discovers there''''s no need.
This Day and Age (1933) as Transparency process
Alice in Wonderland (1933) as Tech eff
A trip through the looking glass and down a rabbit hole sends an English girl into a world of fantastic characters and strange potions.
Three Cornered Moon (1933) as Transparency process
After losing their fortune, a family tries to find a way out of their predicament.
A Farewell to Arms (1932) as Transparencies
An American serving in World War I falls for a spirited nurse.

Art Director (feature film)

Beyond the Blue Horizon (1942) as Transparencies

Visual Effects (feature film)

Blue (1968) as Process Photography
A Mexican bandit, part of a gang led by his father, goes on a raid into the U.S. He falls for a beautiful woman and decides to leave his life of crime and settle down with her. Eventually his father and the gang come back for him, and he finds himself torn between his love for the woman and his loyalty to his father and his fellow gang members.
Rosemary's Baby (1968) as Process Photography
A young woman fears the baby she''''s carrying is the son of Satan.
Barefoot in the Park (1967) as Process Photography
A free-thinking bride and her conservative groom have trouble adjusting to married life.
The Busy Body (1967) as Process Photography
Easy Come, Easy Go (1967) as Process Photography
When frogman Ted Jackson discovers a sunken treasure on his last day of Navy life, he decides to go back as a civilian and make himself rich. Unfortunately, there are others after the booty, and the man with the swiveling hips has a fight on his hands.
Hostile Guns (1967) as Process Photography
George Montgomery, Yvonne De Carlo, Tab Hunter, Brian Donlevy, John Russell, James Craig, Richard Arlen, & Fuzzy Knight as Buck. Tension mounts as a U.S. marshall and his hot-headed deputy escort a prison wagon with four deadly criminals across the Texas Badlands
Good Times (1967) as Process Photography
Singers Sonny and Cher try to find the perfect script for their movie debut.
El Dorado (1967) as Process Photography
A gunfighter and a drunken sheriff take on a corrupt cattle baron.
Warning Shot (1967) as Process Photography
An officer goes on suspension when he shoots a suspect in self defense and the man''''s gun vanishes.
The Spirit Is Willing (1967) as Process Photography
Paradise--Hawaiian Style (1966) as Process Photography
Rick Richards is a helicopter pilot who wants to set up a charter flying service in Hawaii -- along the way he makes some friends, including a young Hawaiian girl and her father, romances Judy Hudson, and sings a few songs.
The Night of the Grizzly (1966) as Process Photography
A man-killing grizzly is on the loose on the homestead.
The Oscar (1966) as Process Photography
An unscrupulous actor fights his way to the top, destroying everyone in his path.
The Swinger (1966) as Process Photography
A woman who writes steamy novels has to live out her heroine''''s adventures to sell books.
Apache Uprising (1966) as Process Photography
Calhoun must fight both outlaws and indians when his stagecoach, carrying a gold shipment, arrives at a relay station.
Assault on a Queen (1966) as Process Photography
Mercenaries salvage a sunken submarine to rob the Queen Mary at sea.
The Last of the Secret Agents? (1966) as Process Photography
This Property Is Condemned (1966) as Process Photography
A small-town girl fights her mother''''s opposition when she falls for a big-city businessman.
Village of the Giants (1965) as Process Photography
Delinquent teens ingest a substance and grow to 30 feet tall, then proceed to take over a small town.
Ship of Fools (1965) as Process Photography
Passengers on a steam ship in the '30s struggle with their tangled relations and the rise of Nazism.
Red Line 7000 (1965) as Process Photography
The story of three racing drivers and three women, who constantly have to worry for the lives of their boyfriends. Jim Loomis and Mike Marsh drive for Pat Cassarian. Jim expects his fiancée Holly, but before she arrives, he dies in a race. Since she hasn't got the money to travel back, she stays. The young and very ambitious talent Ned Arp joins the team and immediately starts wooing Pat's sister Julie. Third in the team is womanizer Dan McCall, who brings with him his current girlfriend Gabrielle from Paris. So the basic theme of this soap is "Who with whom?"
Sylvia (1965) as Process Photography
A private detective is hired by a wealthy man to uncover his wife''s past, but in the process of investigating the woman the detective falls in love with her.
In Harm's Way (1965) as Spec photog
An aging Naval officer leads his men against the Japanese after Pearl Harbor.
Boeing Boeing (1965) as Process Photography
A playboy uses airline schedules to maintain "exclusive" relationships with three flight attendants at the same time.
Roustabout (1964) as Process Photography
A female carnival owner hires a hot-blooded young singer to save her touring show.
The Carpetbaggers (1964) as Process Photography
A young tycoon takes Hollywood by storm to quench his thirst for power.
Where Love Has Gone (1964) as Process Photography
Family secrets come to light when a teen-ager murders her mother's lover.
The Disorderly Orderly (1964) as Special Effects
An inefficient hospital orderly wreaks havoc when he tries to help the patients.
Hud (1963) as Process Photography
An amoral modern rancher clashes with his rigid father.
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) as Process Photography
A group of greedy clowns tears up the countryside in search of buried treasure.
Donovan's Reef (1963) as Process Photography
A war veteran in the South Seas tries to salvage a buddy''''s reputation when the man''''s daughter comes calling.
Who's Minding the Store? (1963) as Process Photography
Barbara is in love with Norman, the man who looks after her poodle. But she has a secret, she''s the daughter of a wealthy society couple and worth more than Norman will ever make. When her mother, Phoebe, finds out about Barbara''s relationship, she sends Norman to work a series of increasingly humiliating jobs at the family''s department store. Norman tries to please his cruel boss, Mr. Quimby, and win Barbara''s hand in marriage.
My Six Loves (1963) as Process Photography
Successful Broadway star Janice Courtney collapses from exhaustion and is ordered to rest for six weeks at her country home in Connecticut. While there, she meets some people who change her life permanently, and discovers true love and happiness.
It's Only Money (1962) as Special Effects
Lester is a clumsy and awkward TV repair man who is nevertheless gifted technically. In helping out a friend, he is drawn into a mystery involving a missing heir in a rich family. He begins to notice little things, like how much those family portraits look like him. can't be...can he ?
The Pigeon That Took Rome (1962) as Process Photography
American undercover agents in Rome during World War II try to thwart the Axis.
The Pleasure of His Company (1961) as Process Photography
Playboy Fred Astaire returns home to attend his daughter''s wedding and falls in love all over again with his ex-wife, Lilli Palmer.
Blueprint for Robbery (1961) as Process Photography
Pocketful of Miracles (1961) as Process Photography
A good-hearted gangster turns an old apple seller into a society matron so she can impress her daughter.
On the Double (1961) as Process Photography
An American serviceman in World War II is forced to stand in for a British spy.
Blue Hawaii (1961) as Process Photography
A Hawaiian playboy defies his possessive mother to take a job with a tourist agency.
Love in a Goldfish Bowl (1961) as Process Photography
Two troubled college freshmen find themselves united by their mutual family woes in a beachhouse.
One-Eyed Jacks (1961) as Process Photography
An outlaw seeks revenge on the old friend who betrayed him.
Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) as Process Photography
A young writer gets caught up in a party girl''''s carefree existence.
All in a Night's Work (1961) as Process Photography
Colonel Ryder, the publisher of a magazine, dies while on vacation. Tony, his swinging nephew, inherits the magazine and takes over. Presently, the magazine is planning to expand and to do so they need some capital. Tony's trying to arrange a loan through his friend. He is then informed by the hotel detective of the hotel that his uncle died in, that on the night of his death, a woman, wearing only a towel, came out of his room, and ran away before the detective could catch up with her. They suspect that the Colonel was "with" her on the night he died, cause he was smiling when he died. Tony and two of his uncle's confidants are worried that not only if the bank hears of this they will not get the loan but the magazine wholesome image could be tarnished. So they ask the detective to stay around so he could identify her. What they don't know is that the woman is Katie Robbins, one of the magazine's researchers and that she entered the room by "accident". When the detective identifies her and after having a few misconceived conversations with her, they suspect that she is trying to extort them, and she thinks that Tony's a nut.
G.I. Blues (1960) as Process Photography
An American stationed in Germany bets that he can make an icy entertainer fall for him.
Visit to a Small Planet (1960) as Process Photography
Jerry Lewis is Kreton, a childish alien who, against his teacher's will leaves his planet to visit the Earth, and lands in the backyard of a famous television journalist who doesn't believe in U.F.O's and aliens. Wanting to study humans but not able to fully understand them, Kreton makes a mess out of it, generating a lot of comic situations.
Heller in Pink Tights (1960) as Process Photography
Touring actors in the wild West brave Indians and outlaws.
CinderFella (1960) as Process Photography
The Cinderella story in form of a farce and with a guy in the leading role: Fowler is a clumsy simpleton, who has to care for his step mother and her two stuck-up sons Maximilian and Rupert. Only in the realms of phantasy he can find comfort. One day a good spirit appears to him and helps him to win the heart of the beautiful princess Charmant.
The Rat Race (1960) as Process Photography
A musician newly arrived in New York takes in a taxi dancer.
Career (1959) as Process Photography
A struggling Broadway actor suffers the ups and downs of trying to make it big, and soon learns the ropes of having to play hardball to get he wants.
The Trap (1959) as Process Photography
Lawyer Ralph Anderson arrives in Tula, an amazingly remote town in the desert, as reluctant emissary of mob chief Victor Massonetti, who wants the airstrip clear for his unofficial exit from the country. Ralph's arrival has a profound effect on his estranged father, the sheriff; his brother Tip, an alcoholic deputy; and his ex-sweetheart Linda, now married to Tip. Tension builds as a small army of gangsters takes over the town. Then the situation abruptly changes...
That Kind of Woman (1959) as Process Photography
A kept woman falls in love with a young paratrooper during the final days of World War II.
But Not for Me (1959) as Process Photography
Russ Ward, after 30 years of producing Broadway plays, is ready to quit. His secretary, Ellie Brown, on being given notice, tells him she loves him. Russ proceeds to turn this into a hit play starring Ellie and romance her in a May-December affair.
Don't Give Up the Ship (1959) as Process Photography
A newlywed cannot remember what happened to the WWII battleship he commanded.
The Buccaneer (1959) as Process Photography
French pirate Jean Lafitte tries to redeem his name helping the U.S. in the War of 1812.
Alias Jesse James (1959) as Process Photography
An insurance agent lands in hot water when people mistake him for the infamous western outlaw.
Last Train from Gun Hill (1959) as Process Photography
A Western Marshall discovers the man who raped and murdered his wife is his best friend''''s son.
The Young Captives (1959) as Process Photography
The Black Orchid (1959) as Process Photography
An aging widower fights family disapproval when he falls in love with a gangster''''s widow.
The Jayhawkers! (1959) as Process Photography
In the maelstrom of Pre-Civil War Kansas, a government agent infiltrates the vigilante group called the Jayhawks.
Wild Is the Wind (1958) as Process Photography
A woman marries her late sister''''s husband but finds true love with his son from an earlier marriage.
Rock-a-Bye Baby (1958) as Process Photography
A small-town repairman takes in his childhood sweetheart''''s triplets and is mistaken for their father.
The Geisha Boy (1958) as Process Photography
A third-rate magician tours Japan with the USO.
King Creole (1958) as Process Photography
A singer with a criminal past gets drawn back into the mob.
Hot Spell (1958) as Process Photography
A housewife becomes frustrated by her loveless marriage and her husband's uneasy relationship with their children.
The Party Crashers (1958) as Process Photography
Vertigo (1958) as Process Photography
A detective falls for the mysterious woman he''''s been hired to tail.
The Colossus of New York (1958) as Process Photography
Jeremy Spensser, genius humanitarian, is killed in an accident just after winning the Nobel Peace Prize. His father William, a brilliant brain surgeon, works on the body in secret before burial; later revealing to his other son Henry that he has the brain on life support and hopes to encase it in a robot body! The resulting being is large, strong, and develops many strange powers. Initially it has Jeremy's gentle personality but this, too, begins to change, and a year later it decides to end its long seclusion... Unusual piano music score.
Spanish Affair (1958) as Process Photography
The Space Children (1958) as Process Photography
A glowing brain-like creature arrives on a beach near a rocket test site via a teleportation beam. The alien communicates telepathically with the children of scientists. The kids start doing the alien's bidding as the adults try to find out what's happening to their unruly offspring.
Maracaibo (1958) as Process Photography
Houseboat (1958) as Process Photography
An Italian socialite on the run signs on as housekeeper for a widower with three children.
As Young as We Are (1958) as Process Photography
Teacher's Pet (1958) as Process Photography
A tough city editor assumes a fake identity to study journalism with a lady professor who''''s criticized his work.
Hear Me Good (1957) as Process Photography
The Devil's Hairpin (1957) as Process Photography
The Sad Sack (1957) as Process Photography
A hopelessly innocent private gets himself kidnapped in Morocco.
Beau James (1957) as Process Photography
The story of Jimmy Walker who became mayor of New York in the '20s. Used by professional politicians and money-grabbers, Walker himself was "stupid but clean", although his open affair with Betty Compton cost him dear.
The Delicate Delinquent (1957) as Process Photography
Sidney Pythias (Jerry Lewis) is the a bumbling janitor picked up by cop Darren McGavin as a teenage gang member worth saving from delinquency. With McGavin's help, Sidney works his way through the Police Academy to become a cop too.
Loving You (1957) as Process Photography
Elvis Presley plays Deke Rivers, a gas station attendent who is discoverd by publicist Glenda Markle (Lizabeth Scott) and country-western musician Tex Warner (Wendell Corey) who want to promote the talented newcomer to fame and fortune, first by changing Deke's name to Jimmy Tompkins, and giving him every break he deserves.
The Lonely Man (1957) as Process Photography
An outlaw tries to make peace with his estranged son.
Omar Khayyam (1957) as Process Photography
Omar Khayyam was one of the greatest Persian poets. He was also a brilliant mathematician. Though his quatrains were written in the 11th century, they are still popular the world over. The details of his life are unknown, so this movie invents a biography for him and includes in it his real achievements - the invention of a new calendar and the penning of those epigrammatic poems. This film has him romancing a sultan's bride and foiling the assassin sect's plot to kill the sultan's son.
Funny Face (1957) as Process Photography
A fashion photographer turns a Greenwich Village unknown into an international supermodel.
Three Violent People (1957) as Process Photography
Two brothers and the wife of one, seething about the pillaging by a ruthless and greddy provisional government, become involved in conflict.
Hollywood or Bust (1956) as Process Photography
Two half-wits drive cross country to Hollywood in their search for stardom.
The Mountain (1956) as Process Photography
Brother mountain climbers clash over how to deal with the survivor of a plane crash.
The Proud and Profane (1956) as Process Photography
The Ten Commandments (1956) as Process Photography
To escape the edict of Egypt's Pharoah, Rameses I, condemning all first-born Hebrew males, the infant Moses is set adrift on the Nile in a reed basket. Saved by the pharaoh's daughter Bithiah, he is adopted by her and brought up in the court of her brother, Pharaoh Seti. Moses gains Seti's favor and the love of the throne princess Nefertiri, as well as the hatred of Seti's son, Rameses. When his Hebrew heritage is revealed, Moses is cast out of Egypt, and makes his way across the desert where he marries, has a son and is commanded by God to return to Egypt to free the Hebrews from slavery. In Egypt Moses's fiercest enemy proves to be not Rameses, but someone near to him who can 'harden his heart'.
Anything Goes (1956) as Process Photography
The members of a song-and-dance duo promise the lead in their next show to two different women.
The Birds and the Bees (1956) as Process Photography
The Scarlet Hour (1956) as Process Photography
The Leather Saint (1956) as Process Photography
Episcopalian minister Gil Allen (John Derek) keeps up his college days interest in boxing by working out at a gym run by his friend, Tom Kelley (Richard Shannon.) Gil declines when fight manager Gus McAuliffe (Paul Douglas) offers to get him some bouts but, spurred by the need for a new iron lung and a swimming pool in his community, Gil takes on a fight, without disclosing his true profession, and knocks out his opponent with one punch. This impresses Pearl Gorman (Jody Lawrence), girl friend of fight promoter Tony Lorenzo (Cesar Romero.) Pearl was a promising singer until her fiance, a boxer, died in the ring but is now on the bottle. She drinks more heavily when Gil ignores her. Gil is about to quit boxing but when Father Ritchie (Ernest Truex) informs him that a down payment has already been made on the iron lung, he continues. He explains his winnings from his fights to Father Ritchie as donations from a friend in the leather business. Pearl learns his true identity and, through his influence, quits drinking. Gil one-punches his way to enough wins to pay off the iron lung and build a swimming pool for the Boys Club---girls couldn't swim in 1956---and the only surprise in this overdose of sweetness is that Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald didn't show up for the swimming pool dedication.
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) as Process Photography
International spies kidnap a doctor''''s son when he stumbles on their assassination plot.
Pardners (1956) as Process Photography
A cowardly tenderfoot goes west to help the son of his father''''s best friend.
Artists and Models (1956) as Process Photography
A struggling artist uses his roommate''''s dreams to create a hit comic book.
The Court Jester (1956) as Process Photography
A traveling actor is mistaken for a medieval rebel.
That Certain Feeling (1956) as Process Photography
When Larry Larkin's syndicate complains that his comic strip isn't as amusing as it once was, he calls in neourotic ghost-writer Francis X. Dignan to help him with the strip. But things get complicated when Francis rekindles his love for his ex-wife, who happens to be Larkin's secratery and soon-to-
The Far Horizons (1955) as Process Photography
Romanticized version of Lewis and Clarks voyage of discovery through the American West.
The Rose Tattoo (1955) as Process Photography
A grieving widow embarks on a new romance when she discovers her late husband had been cheating on her.
Run for Cover (1955) as Process Photography
An ex-convict trying to go straight gets caught up in a train robbery.
The Bridges at Toko-Ri (1955) as Process Photography
Two jet pilots forge a lasting friendship while fighting the Korean War.
3 Ring Circus (1955) as Process Photography
A pair of war veterans wreak havoc when they join the circus.
The Desperate Hours (1955) as Process Photography
Escaped convicts terrorize a suburban family they''''re holding hostage.
You're Never Too Young (1955) as Process Photography
A murder witness masquerades as a twelve-year-old to escape the killers.
The Seven Little Foys (1955) as Process Photography
The famed vaudevillian puts his children in the act to keep the family together when his wife dies.
Strategic Air Command (1955) as Process Photography
A baseball star takes to the air to help plan the U.S.'''' aerial defense.
Hell's Island (1955) as Process Photography
Conquest of Space (1955) as Process Photography
The Girl Rush (1955) as Process Photography
To Catch a Thief (1955) as Process Photography
A retired cat burglar fights to clear himself of a series of Riviera robberies committed in his style.
The Naked Jungle (1954) as Process Photography
A mail-order bride faces the perils of life in the Amazon jungle, including a horde of soldier ants.
Secret of the Incas (1954) as Process Photography
An Inca legend says the Inca Empire was destroyed by the gods when a gold and jeweled starburst was stolen from the Temple of the Sun centuries ago, and the ancient civilization will spring anew when the treasure is returned. The natives want it but so does Harry Steele (Charlton Heston), an American adventurer of slightly-shady ways who wants it for personal gain, as does his adversary (Thomas Mitchell), a grizzled old man even more into skullduggery than Steele. The latter teams up with Elena Antonescu (Nicole Maurey), an Iron Curtain refugee fleeing from the MKVD. She can help him get a plane and he can help her escape Peru for the relative safety of Mexico.Is there a chance they will end up in a bickering love-hate relationship?...Is there a chance an American archaelogist, Dr. Stanley Moorehead (Robert Young), will come along as one corner of a romantic triangle?...Is there a chance that Yma Sumac (billed third on the posters and ads and special billed in the film), who can't act but can sing, will sing a few songs?...Is there a chance that these trite-sounding questions will develop into a film that is far from trite and vastly entertaining? Dang right, there is. Check it out.
About Mrs. Leslie (1954) as Process Photography
An aging woman recalls the affair that consumed her life.
Casanova's Big Night (1954) as Process Photography
A tailor''''s apprentice fills in for the famed Italian lover.
Elephant Walk (1954) as Process Photography
A rich planter''''s young bride tries to cope with life on a Ceylonese plantation.
Forever Female (1954) as Process Photography
An aspiring playwright gets an opportunity to see his play produced but is forced to make significant changes in the script so that the producer can cast his middle-aged ex-wife in the ingenue leading role.
Living It Up (1954) as Process Photography
A newspaperwoman turns a man who thinks he''''s dying into a national hero.
White Christmas (1954) as Process Photography
Two musical stars team with a sister act to help their old Army commander save his failing country inn.
Knock on Wood (1954) as Process Photography
Ventriloquist Jerry Morgan has failed with another love affair. The reason: when the relationship reaches the point when it is time to discuss marriage, his doll Clarence becomes mean and jealous. His fiancée Audrey leaves him and Jerry smashes his two dolls, Clarence and Terrence. Morgan's dollmaker Papinek is member of a spy ring who has stolen the secret plans to the top secret Lafayette airplane. Since Morgan is leaving for Zurich the same night, he decides to use Morgan's dolls as a mailbox and hides the secret plan in the heads of the dolls. Another secret spy ring also wants to get their hands on Jerry's luggage and they *also* follow him. Eventually, Jerry is chased by both these organizations as well as the police, who suspects him of murder.
Sabrina (1954) as Process Photography
Two wealthy brothers fall for the chauffeur's daughter.
Alaska Seas (1954) as Process Photography
Robert Ryan and Brian Keith, vastly under-rated actors, take a B-potboiler and make it appear to actually be something more. Matt Baker (Robert Ryan), a nere-do-well adventurer, gets out of jail and skips/sails away on his boat without paying for the storage and repairs. Back in his hometown, he is hired by his old friend Jim Kimmerly (Brian Keith), head of the Salmon fishermen who have formed a canning cooperative, and are battling against an organized gang that rob the fishing traps regulary. Matt gets into a jam and needs money, so he joins the raiders, although his friend Jim, unaware of his duplicity, keeps covering for him among the other fishermen. The two men are also vying for the favors of Nicky (Jan Sterling.)
Jivaro (1954) as Process Photography
At Rio Galdez's remote Brazilian trading post live assorted outcast Americans and Europeans, including Jerry Russell, ex-engineer who became obsessed with the Jivaro headhunters' treasure, quit his job, and took up with the bottle and local girl Maroa. But he still gets letters from his nominal fiancée in California, and unexpectedly the shapely, glamorous Alice Parker arrives, expecting to marry a rich planter. Disillusioned, Alice is almost ready to fall into Rio's arms when news comes that Jerry is missing in Jivaro country...
Money from Home (1954) as Process Photography
Matt and Dean are in trouble. Dean owes tons of gambling debts. To pay it off, he promises to fix a horse, so that it does not run. To do that, he intends to use his animal lover, veterenian apprentice cousin, Jerry to do this. Of course, he doesn't tell Jerry the real reason. Hilarity ensues as mistaken identies are assumed, while along the way, Jerry meets a female vet and Dean falls for the owner of the horse he's promised to fix. Goons and mobsters are also lurking around; so beware!
Thunder in the East (1953) as Process Photography
During India's first years of independence from Britain, Steve Gibbs lands his armaments loaded plane in Ghandahar province hoping to get rich. Pacifist Prime Minister Singh hopes to reach an agreement with guerilla leader Khan, the maharajah is a fool, and the British residents are living in the past. Steve's love interest is Joan Willoughby, the blind daughter of a parson.
Little Boy Lost (1953) as Process Photography
A war correspondent who was stationed in Paris during WW II married a French girl who was murdered by the Nazis. After the war he returns to to try to find his son, whom he lost during a bombing raid but has been told is living in an orphanage in Paris.
The Stooge (1953) as Process Photography
A failed singer takes on a comedian to create a team act.
Shane (1953) as Process Photography
A mysterious drifter helps farmers fight off a vicious gunman.
Road to Bali (1953) as Process Photography
Two song-and-dance men on the run dive for treasure while competing for a beautiful princess.
Sangaree (1953) as Process Photography
Originally released in 3-D, the film covers the post-Revolutionary War of Dr.Carlos Morales (Fernando Lamas), the son of an indentured servant, who has been raised and educated by General Darby (lester Mathews), and made legal executor of the Georgia estate when Darby dies. He is opposed by Nancy Darby (Arlene Dahl)who tries to break the will and also her father's desire to set up a group of free medical clinics for the poor to be overseen by Carlos. The true culprits behind her opposition are her fiance, Harvey Bristol (John Sutton) and his father, Dr. Bristol (Francis L. Sullivan), who are in reality preying on the Darby holdings. A plague that hits Savannah is thrown in the mix.
Those Redheads from Seattle (1953) as Process Photography
The Girls of Pleasure Island (1953) as Process Photography
In the spring of 1945, World War II is coming to a close. Roger Halyard (Leo Genn), a dignified, strait-laced Englishmen, lives on a South Sea atoll with his three daughters, Gloria (Dorothy Bromley), Hester (Audrey Dalton) and Violet (Joan Elan), along with the housekeeper, Thelma (Elsa Lancaster), who has raised the girls since childhood. Other than their father, the girls have never seen another man. Halyard is informed that 1500 U.S. Marines will soon arrive to establish an air base on the island. Halyard is rather apprehensive over the prospect of his daughters, who have never met another man, being thrown together with 1500 Marines who haven't seen a woman in months.
The Stars Are Singing (1953) as Process Photography
Fifteen-year-old Katri Walenska (Amma Maria Alberghetti) jumps a Polish ship, swims ashore and enters New York illegally. The United States Immigration officials are alerted---the USA still had a functioning immigration policy and department when this was filmed---and the search is on. Katri's only possessions are a ten-dollar bill and a letter to her parents' old friend, Jan Poldi (Lauritz Melchior), a former Metropolitan Opera star. She finds him in a shabby Greenwich Village apartment. His neighbors in the apartment house are three Broadway hopefuls; pop singer Terry Brennan (Rosemary Clooney), hoofer Buddy Fraser (Tom Morton) and Homer Tirdell (Bob Williams) and his talented dog Red Dust. (Pardon me, make that four Broadway hopefuls counting the dog.) When Terry hears Katri's magnificent singing voice, she scurries around New York to get her an audition and succeeds in getting her a spot on Don Wilson's televised amatuer hour. She wins the contest but unwittingly reveals her true identity as an illegal alien, which causes the arrest of Poldi, Wilson and Dave (John Archer), Terry's lawyer boyfriend. Katri faces deportation.
Off Limits (1953) as Process Photography
Wally Hogan has things going his way. He is the manager-trainer of Bullet Bradley, a fighter who has just won the lightweight championship. Life suddenly takes a not-so-happy turn, however, when Bullet gets drafted. Hogan's gangster partners "persuade him to enlist and keep an eye on the fighter, who is subsequently declared psychologically unfit for the Army. Enter Herbet Tuttle, a draftee eager to have Hogan turn him into a fighter. Hogan Reluctantly agrees only after he discovers Tuttle's aunt is the beautiful singer at a nightclub. From then on it's a case of stringing Tuttle along while trying to get close to his aunt. To further complicate Hogan's life there is a rulebook Military Police Officer who tries to squish the shenanigans.
Jamaica Run (1953) as Process Photography
Promoter William Montague (Patric Knowles) wants to buy the estate owned by the Daceys, Mrs. Dacey (Carroll McComas)and her daughter Ena (Arlene Dahl) and son Todd (Wendell Corey), in order to build a resort hotel. When they turn him down, he produces a couple of distant relatives, Janice (Laura Elliott) and Robert Clayton (Michael Moore), and sets about to prove that the estate rightfully belongs to them. The identity of the rightful heirs is thought to be buried in a sunken ship off of the Jamaican shore and the search begins, led by a schooner skipper, Patrick Fairlie (Rayy Milland), who is in love with Ena.
Pony Express (1953) as Process Photography
Buffalo Bill and Wild Bill Hickcok fight to create a pony express route in California.
Scared Stiff (1953) as Process Photography
A singer and his sidekick help an heiress who''''s inherited a haunted mansion.
Botany Bay (1953) as Process Photography
In 1787 prisoners from London's Newgate Gaol are to be shipped to New South Wales. Hugh Tallant is an American medical student whom, we learn at sea, was falsely imprisoned. Because of his attempt to escape, evil Captain Gilbert decides to return him to England on charges of mutiny. Events, including arrival of plague, keep Tallant busy in New South Wales.
The Caddy (1953) as Process Photography
A master golfer suffering from performance anxiety caddies for a man he''''s taught everything.
Flight to Tangier (1953) as Process Photography
At the Tangier airport, a group of people await the arrival of a mysterious plane from behind the Iron Curtain. The reception committee includes Susan, an American; Gil Walker, a free-booting pilot; Danzer, a black market operator; and Danzer's girlfriend, Nicki. The plane crashes and burns. No survivors are found, nor are any corpses. Soon the search begins for a missing courier worth $3 million.
Tropic Zone (1953) as Process Photography
My Son John (1952) as Process Photography
A woman suspects her son is a Communist spy.
Anything Can Happen (1952) as Process Photography
A quirky relationship unfolds between an immigrant and an all-American folk music fan.
Denver & Rio Grande (1952) as Process Photography
Edmund O'Brien and his team of railroading men try to build a rail line through a mountain pass, while a group of less scrupulous construction workers sabotage the entire operation in the hopes that they can get their tracks laid first and get the money from the railroad.
The Turning Point (1952) as Process Photography
Special prosecutor John Conroy hopes to combat organized crime in his city, and appoints his cop father Matt as chief investigator. John doesn't understand why Matt is reluctant, but cynical reporter Jerry McKibbon thinks he knows: he's seen Matt with mob lieutenant Harrigan. Jerry's friendship for John is tested by the question of what to do about Matt, and by his attraction to John's girl Amanda. Meanwhile, the threatened racketeers adopt increasingly violent means of defense.
The Atomic City (1952) as Process Photography
Enemy agents kidnap an atomic scientist''''s son.
Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick (1952) as Process Photography
Country bumpkin Aaron Slick (Alan Young) has been unsuccessfully courting pretty young widow Josie Beery (Dinah Shore) for years. Josie yearns for a fling in the big city. With $20,000 from a crooked deal stashed in their trunk, Bill Merridew (Robert Merrill) and his "kissing cousin" Gladys (Adele Jergens), stars, in a relative sense, of a touring tent show stop at Josie's farm. Merridew, actually hiding out, thinks there is oil on the farm and Aaron, knowing otherwise, tricks him into buying the farm for a large sum. Josie takes the money and runs to Chicago, with Merridew, realizing he was tricked, in hot pursuit. Aaron arrives in time to keep Josie from letting Merridew "invest" her money.
Something to Live For (1952) as Process Photography
Carrie (1952) as Process Photography
A married man''''s passion for a young woman leads to tragedy.
Son of Paleface (1952) as Process Photography
In this sequel to "The Paleface", Bob Hope and Jane Russell return as the lead characters. Hope plays Junior Potter, who returns to claim his father's gold, which is nowhere to be found. Throw in Russell as "Mike", the luscious head of a gang of thieves, and Roy Rogers as a federal marshal hot on her trail.
Just for You (1952) as Process Photography
Jordan Blake (a widower) is a successful Broadway Producer who has always been to busy for his children, Barbara and Jerry. Girlfriend, Carolina a musical comedy star, urges Jordan to take his kids on a vacation and get to know them before they are all grown up. Is Jordan already too late?
Jumping Jacks (1952) as Process Photography
Hap Smith, nightclub entertainer, has a new act since his former partner Chick Allen joined the army: with lovely new partner Betsy Carter, Hap plays a clownish parody of a soldier. Meanwhile, Chick is organizing a soldier show at Fort Benning and finds he needs his old partner's help. To get onto the base, Hap impersonates a hapless real soldier, Dogface Dolan; but circumstances force them to prolong the masquerade, creating an increasingly tangled Army-sized snafu.
Sailor Beware (1952) as Process Photography
Two sailors wreak havoc on the Navy.
Red Mountain (1952) as Process Photography
Alan Ladd, Lizabeth Scott, Arthur Kennedy, John Ireland, Jeff Corey, James Bell, Bert Freed, Neville Brand, Whit Bissell, Jay Silver Heels, Iron Eyes Cody. Rebel captain Alan Ladd rides west to Colorado to join Quantrell''s Raiders but changes sides when he discovers the ugly truth about the infamous marauder.
Peking Express (1951) as Process Photography
A Place in the Sun (1951) as Process Photography
An ambitious young man wins an heiress'''' heart but has to cope with his former girlfriend''''s pregnancy.
My Favorite Spy (1951) as Process Photography
A comedian poses as an international spy to recover mysterious microfilm.
Ace in the Hole (1951) as Process Photography
A small-town reporter milks a local disaster to get back into the big time.
Here Comes the Groom (1951) as Process Photography
A foreign correspondent woos his former fiancee so he can maintain custody of some orphans he''''s adopted.
That's My Boy (1951) as Process Photography
Submarine Command (1951) as Process Photography
A Naval commander torments himself over a crewman''''s death.
The Lemon Drop Kid (1951) as Process Photography
A bookie has the Christmas holidays to raise the money he owes a gangster.
The Redhead and the Cowboy (1951) as Process Photography
Gil Kyle finds himself caught up in the politics and unrest of the American Civil War and soon gets himself framed for a murder. His only alibi is Candace Bronson, who is aiding the Confederate cause and has left the territory to deliver a vital message about a Yankee gold shipment. So he sets off in pursuit, running into desperados, government agents, and guerrilla fighters, who are more interested in profit than ideals.
September Affair (1951) as Process Photography
An industrialist (Joseph Cotton) and a pianist (Joan Fontaine) meet on a trip and fall in love. Through a quirk of fate, they are reported dead in a crash though they weren't on the plane. This gives them the opportunity to live together free from their previous lives. Unfortunately, this artificial arrangement leads to greater and greater stress. Eventually the situation collapses when they come to pursue their original, individual interests without choosing a common path.
Appointment with Danger (1951) as Process Photography
Relentless postal inspector Al Goddard is set to Gary, Indiana, when another officer is murdered. He must find the nun who witnessed the murder, then infiltrate the gang by convincing them he is a postal inspector gone bad.
The Mating Season (1951) as Process Photography
A woman pretends to be a cleaning lady to get to know her son's high-society in-laws.
When Worlds Collide (1951) as Process Photography
Scientists race against time to build a super rocket ship that can save a select group before the earth collides with another planet. Naturally, no one wants to be left behind for the final Armageddon.
Detective Story (1951) as Process Photography
A rigid police detective accidentally uncovers his wife's illegal past.
Paid in Full (1950) as Process Photography
Jane Langley has always done all she can for her selfish sibling Nancy. When both sisters fall in love with handsome Bill Prentice, Jane graciously steps aside. Relationships among all three are further complicated when the now-married Bill realizes he's still in love with Jane.
Sunset Blvd. (1950) as Process Photography
A failed screenwriter falls into a mercenary romance with a faded silent-film star.
The File on Thelma Jordon (1950) as Process Photography
A woman seduces a District Attorney and pulls him into a web of theft and murder.
Fancy Pants (1950) as Process Photography
A wild West family wins a British valet in a poker game and passes him off as a nobleman.
Samson and Delilah (1950) as Process Photography
Epic re-telling of the story of the Biblical strongman laid low by love.
Let's Dance (1950) as Process Photography
Donald Elwood meets after the war his former USO partner, Kitty McNeil, who is now a rich widow with a little child. She tries to evade her paternal grandmother, who wants her to live in a way according to the customs of her dead husband's class.
The Furies (1950) as Process Photography
The 1870s, New Mexico territory: T.C. Jeffords is a cattle baron who built his ranch, the Furies, from scratch.
No Man of Her Own (1950) as Process Photography
Helen Ferguson, pregnant, penniless and dumped by her boyfriend Steve Morley, takes the identity of the pregnant Patrice Harkness, when she and her husband are killed in a train crash. The rich Harkness in-laws, and their other son Bill, had never seen Patrice, so they accept her and her newborn son into their family. However Steve eventually finds her and starts to blackmail her.
Mr. Music (1950) as Process Photography
Union Station (1950) as Process Photography
A secretary gets caught up in the hunt for kidnappers.
Captain Carey, U.S.A. (1950) as Process Photography
Webb Carey returns to Orta, near Milan, to find out who betrayed his World War II O.S.S. team and caused the death of several villagers. His old love Julie, whom he thought dead at the hands of the Nazis, is alive and married to the Barone.
Dark City (1950) as Process Photography
Danny Haley's bookie operation is shut down, so he and his pals need money; when Danny meets Arthur Winant, a sucker from out of town, he decoys him into a series of poker games where eventually Winant loses $5000 that isn't his...then hangs himself. But it seems Winant had a shadowy, protective elder brother who believes in personal revenge. And each of the card players in turn feels a faceless doom inexorably closing in. Dark streets and sexy torch-singer Fran lend ambience.
My Friend Irma Goes West (1950) as Process Photography
Chicago Deadline (1949) as Process Photography
On Chicago's South Side reporter Ed Ames finds the body of a dead girl. Her address book leads to a host of names of men frightened by her death but claiming never to have known her. Ames comes to know quite a lot, dangerously so.
The Great Gatsby (1949) as Process Photography
Nick Carraway, a young Midwesterner now living on Long Island, finds himself fascinated by the mysterious past and lavish lifetyle of his landlord, the nouveau riche Jay Gatsby. He is drawn into Gatsby's circle, becoming a witness to obsession and tragedy.
Top O' the Morning (1949) as Process Photography
A singing insurance investigator comes to Ireland to recover the stolen Blarney Stone.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949) as Process Photography
A blow to the head sends an auto mechanic back to the days of Camelot.
My Friend Irma (1949) as Process Photography
Based on the long-running radio show. Irma is a likeable airhead who meddles in her roommate's love-life. Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, in their first screen appearance, are juice-bar operators who are discovered when a self-proclaimed manager hears Martin's golden voice. Irma's roommate wants to marry her rich boss, but instead falls in love with Martin.
My Own True Love (1949) as Process Photography
Bride of Vengeance (1949) as Process Photography
The Accused (1949) as Process Photography
A prim psychology professor fights to hide a murder she committed in self-defense.
Rope of Sand (1949) as Process Photography
Two years ago, hunting guide Mike Davis was with a client who trespassed on diamond company land and found a rich lode; Paul Vogel, sadistic commandant of company police, beat Mike nearly to death but failed to learn the location. Now Mike is back in Diamantstad, South African desert, and manager Martingale has a better idea: he hires delectable adventuress Suzanne to ferret out Mike's secret. But she soon finds she's playing with fire.
Streets of Laredo (1949) as Process Photography
Texas, 1878: cheerful outlaw-buddies Jim, Lorn and Wahoo rescue spunky orphan Rannie Carter from rustling racketeers, then are forced to separate. Lorn goes on to bigger and better robberies, while Jim and Wahoo are (at first reluctantly) maneuvered into joining the Texas Rangers. For friendship's sake, the three try to keep out of direct conflict, but a showdown begins to look inevitable. And Rannie, now grown into lovely young womanhood, must choose between Lorn and Jim.
Song of Surrender (1949) as Process Photography
Sorrowful Jones (1949) as Process Photography
A young girl is left with the notoriously cheap Sorrowful Jones as a marker for a bet. When her father doesn't return, he learns that taking care of a child interferes with his free-wheeling lifestyle. Sorrowful must also evade crooked gangsters and indulge in a bit of horse-thieving.
The Great Lover (1949) as Process Photography
The French Surete and private eye Higgins are after a killer who uses innocent young Americans in a crooked gambling racket, and who sets sail on an ocean liner that also carries inept scoutmaster Freddie Hunter and his troop of boys. Freddie, who's been a "boy scout" too long, has designs on gorgeous Duchess Alexandria. The boys, far better organized than Freddie, are determined to save him from himself. But who will save Freddie from being the killer's next victim?
Whispering Smith (1949) as Process Photography
A railroad detective tries to bring in a gang of train robbers and a lost love.
Beyond Glory (1948) as Process Photography
Thinking he may have caused the death of his commanding officer Captain Daniels in Tunisia, Rocky visits Daniels' widow. She falls for him, he falls for her, she encourages him to go to West Point. While there he faces serious disciplinary review for having forced a plebe into resigning. He may even be court-martialled.
The Sainted Sisters (1948) as Process Photography
While hiding out in small-town Maine, two female con artists inadvertently become philanthropists.
Night Has a Thousand Eyes (1948) as Process Photography
When heiress Jean Courtland attempts suicide, her fiancée Elliott Carson probes her relationship to John Triton. In flashback, we see how stage mentalist Triton starts having terrifying flashes of true precognition. His partner, Whitney Courtland, uses Triton's talent to make money; but Triton's inability to prevent what he foresees, causes him to break up the act and become a hermit. Years later, Triton has new visions and desperately tries to prevent tragedies in the Courtland family. Can his warnings succeed against suspicion, unbelief, and inexorable fate?
The Big Clock (1948) as Process Photography
A corrupt publisher tries to frame a career-driven editor for murder.
The Paleface (1948) as Process Photography
An inept dentist must rescue his outlaw wife from the Indians.
A Foreign Affair (1948) as Process Photography
A prim Congresswoman gets caught up in the romantic decadence of post-war Germany.
Hazard (1948) as Process Photography
Saigon (1948) as Process Photography
After World War II Larry learns that his flying buddy Mike will only live a short time despite the efforts of the doctors. He takes on a profitable flying job for profiteers Maris to finance a good time for his buddy. As the plane takes off he shoves Maris' secretary Susan on board. When Mike falls for her, Larry tells her to play along for Mike's sake. She, of course, falls for Larry.
Miss Tatlock's Millions (1948) as Process Photography
After the accidental death of an idiot heir, a stunt man is hired to impersonate him while the family gathers to determine the dispersment of the estate of Miss Tatlock's millions.
Sorry, Wrong Number (1948) as Process Photography
A neurotic invalid accidentally overhears a phone conversation plotting her own murder.
Dream Girl (1948) as Process Photography
The Emperor Waltz (1948) as Process Photography
Traveling Salesman Virgil Smith wants to sell his Grammophones in pre-WWI Austria. To enhance this, he especially wants to sell one to Emperor Franz Joseph, but at first the Austrian palace guards think he is carrying a bomb. He meets the Countess Johanna von Stolzenberg-Stolzenberg and after the usual misunderstandings, falls in love with her, this is especially assisted by his dog Buttons. But the relation between a Countess and an ordinary U.S. citizen cannot work in Austria, that is the Emperor's opinion. Is he wrong?
Isn't It Romantic (1948) as Process Photography
Sealed Verdict (1948) as Process Photography
I Walk Alone (1948) as Process Photography
An ex-convict discovers the world of crime has changed drastically since he went up the river.
Road to Rio (1947) as Process Photography
Another in the excellent Hope and Crosby 'Road To' series. Scat Sweeney, and Hot Lips Barton, two out of work musicians, stow away on board a Rio bound ship, after accidentally setting fire to the big top of a circus. They then get mixed up with a potential suicide Lucia, who first thanks them, then unexpectedly turns them over to the ship's captain. When they find out that she has been hypnotised, to go through a marriage of convenience, when the ship reaches Rio, the boys turn up at the ceremony, in order to stop the wedding, and to help catch the crooks.
Variety Girl (1947) as Process Photography
Dozens of star and character-actor cameos and a message about the Variety Club (show-business charity) are woven into a framework about two hopeful young ladies who come to Hollywood, exchange identities, and cause comic confusion (with slapstick interludes) throughout the Paramount studio.
Welcome Stranger (1947) as Process Photography
A small-town doctor resents the presence of a new younger physician and his newfangled ways.
Blaze of Noon (1947) as Process Photography
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?
The Perfect Marriage (1947) as Process Photography
Jenny (Loretta Young) and Dale Williams (David Niven) have been married ten years and parents of a nine-year-old daughter, "Cookie" Williams (Nona Griffith.) They live well, have separate careers, are surrounded by sophisticated friends, and are afflicted with overattentive in-laws on each side. Celebrating their tenth anniversary,this, of course, means it is time to tell each other they want a divorce from each other. They talk about it. They talk to their friends about it. The friends and in-laws talk to them and to each other and to anyone who will listen about it.
Golden Earrings (1947) as Process Photography
An English POW tries to hide from the Nazis by posing as a gypsy.
Dear Ruth (1947) as Process Photography
A soldier shows up at the doorstep of his romantic pen pal who has no recollection of ever writing him.
Easy Come, Easy Go (1947) as Process Photography
A film that possibly held the record for the most Irish-descent players in an American-produced movie before "The Quiet Man" was shot on location in Ireland, and that includes "The Informer." Barry Fitzgerald is a rapid fan of following the ponies (but none too good at picking the winners)and owns a shabby boarding house east of NYC's Third Avenue. Mostly, he never works, follows his hunches, philosphizes through most of the 77 minutes and changes the life course for most of those around him. His dependence upon his daughter (Diana Lynn) keeps him interfering with her romance with a returning WW II sailor (Sonny Tufts, just before Paramount finally gave up on him.) And he will stretch the truth beyond accepted boundaries. Fitzgerald's real-life brother Arthur Sheilds plays his brother who he has built up to be a rich man, but who is really a diver working for the police department. Could have been a ten if there had been a leprechaun or two or Pat O'Brien in the cast.
The Imperfect Lady (1947) as Process Photography
Ladies' Man (1947) as Process Photography
Henry Haskell (Eddie Bracken), owner of a hard-scrabble farm near Badger, Oklahona, thwarted in love and through with women forever, strikes oil while digging for water and becomes a millionaire. He heads for New York, with $50,000 in his pocket, to fulfill his lifelong ambition of seeing Grant's Tomb and riding the subway. Fortune-huntress Gladys Hayden (Virginia Field) moves into rooms adjoining Henry's at his swank New York hotel. He joins a large crowd on the street and suddenly finds himself being interviewed by Jean Mitchell (Virginia Wells) on a "Streets of New York" broadcast. When Henry says he is the only millionaire from Badger, Oklahoma, Jean impulsively offers to introduce him to any listener who sends in a box-top of her sponsor's face powder. Henry invites Jean to dine at the Automat and a ride home on the subway and, since he borrows nickels from her for food and the subway, she doubts he is really a millionaire. She is unaware he couldn't get change for a $100 bill. On the subway, they encounter Spike Jones and His City Slickers and, learning they are out of work, Henry gives them each $100 bills. Millions of women, clamouring for dates with Henry, send in box-tops. Jean and her uncle dream up a radio program that promises some lucky Cinderella a date with Henry each night. Jean puts on an act that makes Henry, self-vowed woman-hater, think her job is in jeopardy and he goes along. And Gladys makes strides with Henry with her phoney southern accent. When Henry learns that he has been tricked into the radio scheme, he pretends to be bankrupt...
Calcutta (1947) as Process Photography
Neale and Pedro fly cargo between Chungking and Calcutta. When their buddy Bill is murdered they investigate. Neale meets Bill's fiancée Virginia and becomes suspicious of a deeper plot while also falling for her charms.
The Trouble with Women (1947) as Process Photography
My Favorite Brunette (1947) as Process Photography
A baby photographer mistaken for a private eye ends up framed for murder.
Where There's Life (1947) as Process Photography
The American heir to a European throne tries to elude assassins.
Desert Fury (1947) as Process Photography
Fritzi Haller is a powerful casino owner in Chuckawalla, Nevada. Her daughter Paula (having quit school) returns at the same time as racketeer Eddie Bendix, who left under suspicion of murdering his wife. Paula and Eddie become involved; each for their own reasons, Fritzi, Paula's old beau Tom, and Eddie's pal Johnny try to break up the relationship. Then Eddie's past catches up with him in an unexpected way.
Unconquered (1947) as Dir of process photog
An English convict girl sent to the colonies gets mixed up in the war with the Indians.
Wild Harvest (1947) as Process Photography
Joe is the head of an itinerant combine crew, working the harvests against rival crew boss Alperson. Joe's buddy Jim joins the crew with startup money. Farmer's niece Fay falls for Joe. He puts her off. To get back she marries Jim whom she prods into high-grading the grain (skimming off some for private sale). The last payment on Joe's machinery is due just as he discover's what his buddy has been doing.
The Perils of Pauline (1947) as Process Photography
The world''''s worst actress rises to stardom as serial queen Pearl White.
Suddenly, It's Spring (1947) as Process Photography
A WAC officer returns from the war to find her husband wants a divorce.
O.S.S. (1946) as Process Photography
John Martin is part of an American spy team dropped into France during World War II to destroy the French railway system. After successfully blowing up a tunnel he runs back to save Ellen and is told "Never come back for me again." Later he must choose whether or not to obey her wishes.
The Blue Dahlia (1946) as Process Photography
A veteran fights to prove he didn''''t kill his cheating wife.
Our Hearts Were Growing Up (1946) as Process Photography
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.
The Searching Wind (1946) as Process Photography
Always the diplomat, Alex Hazen is slow to take sides in Europe of the 1920s and 1930s. Cassie Bowwman wants him to be more decisive and leaves him in Rome just as Mussolini is coming to power. There Alex marries Emily, daughter of a newspaper publisher who hires Cassie for his Paris bureau -- just before retiring form active management of his paper. Alex and Emily's son Sam, recently returned from active duty in World War II, learns the whole story one night in Washington when Emily invites Cassie to dinner. Sam has a story to tell, too.
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946) as Process Photography
Years after a murder drove them apart, an heiress tries to win back her lost love.
Masquerade in Mexico (1946) as Process Photography
The Well Groomed Bride (1946) as Process Photography
Road to Utopia (1946) as Process Photography
Two song-and-dance men on the run masquerade as killers during the Alaskan gold rush.
Miss Susie Slagle's (1946) as Process Photography
To Each His Own (1946) as Process Photography
A single mother gives up her son, then fights to remain a part of his life.
Monsieur Beaucaire (1946) as Process Photography
Beaucaire is a barber for the Royal French court who becomes a real "royal pain" for the king. As a result he is sent to the guillotine - however he is saved by the Duc de Chandre, who rescues and transports him to the Spanish court. While there Beaucaire poses as a noblesman. The only problem is, he gets into even more trouble.
Two Years Before the Mast (1946) as Process Photography
Charles Stewart, the "Pilgrim" owner's playboy son, finds himself shanghaied on his father's ship commanded by cruel Captain Thompson. When scurvy breaks out he leads a mutiny and is slapped in irons. Floggings and torture abound.
The Virginian (1946) as Process Photography
Best friends become enemies when one signs on with a rustler.
Kitty (1946) as Process Photography
A penniless British lord passes a street urchin off as a lady to sell her to a rich husband.
Incendiary Blonde (1945) as Process Photography
In this true story, Texas Guinan rises from Wild West shows to become New York's "Queen of the Nightclubs" during Prohibition.
The Affairs of Susan (1945) as Process Photography
Susan is about to be married, but the wedding may get called off after her fiancee summons three former beaus. Each reveals a different portrait of Susan: one describes her as a naive country girl who reluctantly becomes an actress, another paints a picture of a gay party girl and and the third describes a serious intellectual. Which one is the real Susan?
A Medal for Benny (1945) as Process Photography
Salty O'Rourke (1945) as Process Photography
Salty owes money to Doc Baxter; he and his pal Smitty have one month to pay up. They get a race horse and a disbarred jockey, Johnny Cates, who must fake his identity to race. Johnny and Salty both fall in love with Barbara Brooks and, to get even, Johnny considers throwing the horserace.
The Stork Club (1945) as Process Photography
A hat-check girl gets rich quick when she saves a millionaire''''s life.
The Lost Weekend (1945) as Process Photography
A writer fights to overcome his addiction to liquor.
Out of This World (1945) as Transparency projection
After struggling to become a success, Betty Miller and her all-girl orchestra finally hit pay dirt when crooner Herbie Fenton comes on board. Problems arise when Betty and her girls try to find backers to invest in Herbie and they sell 125 percent of him.
Bring on the Girls (1945) as Transparencies
Duffy's Tavern (1945) as Process Photography
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
Love Letters (1945) as Process Photography
A soldier falls for the woman who may have killed his best friend.
You Came Along (1945) as Process Photography
War hero flier Bob Collins goes on a war bond selling tour with two buddies, and substitute "chaperone" Ivy Hotchkiss. Bob's a cheerful Lothario with several girls in every town on the tour. After some amusing escapades, Bob and Ivy become romantically involved, agreeing it's "just fun up in the air." Then Ivy finds out the real reason why it shouldn't be anything more.
Hold That Blonde (1945) as Process Photography
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.
I Love a Soldier (1944) as Process Photography
During World War II in San Francisco, Eve Morgan and her single girlfriends spend their days welding ships and their nights dancing with soldiers and sailors shipping out that night. Eve is determined to avoid any romantic entanglements until the war is over she refuses to spend her days and nights worrying about getting bad news about a man she has fallen for. But she doesn't count on meeting a soldier who is determined to change her mind.
The Story of Dr. Wassell (1944) as Process Photography
A Navy doctor fights to help wounded sailors escape the Japanese during World War II.
The Hour Before the Dawn (1944) as Process Photography
The Uninvited (1944) as Process Photography
A brother and sister buy a house with a ghostly secret.
And Now Tomorrow (1944) as Process Photography
Emily Blair is rich and deaf. Doctor Vance, who grew up poor in Blairtown, is working on a serum to cure deafness which he tries on Emily. It doesn't work. Her sister is carrying on an affair with her fiance Jeff. Vance tries a new serum which causes Emily to faint... Will it work this time ?
Frenchman's Creek (1944) as Process Photography
A British noblewoman flees the life of the court to run off with a French pirate.
Double Indemnity (1944) as Process Photography
An insurance salesman gets seduced into plotting a client's death.
The Negro Soldier (1944) as Special Effects
Documentary cameras capture the contributions of African-American soldiers during World War II.
Rainbow Island (1944) as Process Photography
A girl is raised as a native while living on a tropical island.
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay (1944) as Process Photography
In 1923, two young ladies depart unescorted for a tour of Europe, meeting two eligible men aboard ship. Their great naivity and efforts to seem grown-up lead them into many comic misadventures.
Till We Meet Again (1944) as Process Photography
Here Come the Waves (1944) as Process Photography
Twin sisters Rosemary and Susie Allison are successful nightclub performers. Their act is about to come to a close when serious-minded Rosemary announces she's joining the Waves. Fun-loving Susie decides to enlist also, especially after she learns that crooner Johnny Cabot has just been drafted by the Navy.
Lady in the Dark (1944) as Process Photography
Practically Yours (1944) as Process Photography
Happy Go Lucky (1943) as Process Photography
To land a rich husband, golddigger Marjory Stuart goes to Trinidad posing as a debutante. Beach boy Pete promptly unmasks her, but offers to help her catch his enemy, yachtsman Alfred Monroe. Marjory's pal Bubbles turns out to be the old flame of Pete's pal Wally. All the well-planned efforts to land Monroe end in slapstick; then Wally's voodoo priestess landlady gives him a love potion that works...
Night Plane from Chungking (1943) as Process Photography
Riding High (1943) as Process Photography
China (1943) as Process Photography
Shortly before Pearl Harbor, American opportunist Jones and partner Johnny are in China to sell oil to the invading Japanese army. Cynical about the sufferings of the Chinese, Jones meets compassionate teacher Carolyn Grant while travelling cross-country to Shanghai. Sparks fly between these strong-willed characters, neither budging an inch. But when Jones witnesses a Japanese atrocity, his feelings toward his customers (and Carolyn) begin to change...
The Crystal Ball (1943) as Process Photography
A female fortuneteller uses her "powers" to land a man.
So Proudly We Hail! (1943) as Process Photography
Nurses caught behind enemy lines during World War II fight to survive.
Hostages (1943) as Process Photography
Let's Face It (1943) as Process Photography
No Time for Love (1943) as Process Photography
A sophisticated reporter hires the construction worker she accidentally got fired.
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) as Process Photography
A U.S. mercenary and an army of peasants fight for Spain.
Dixie (1943) as Process Photography
A young songwriter leaves his Kentucky home to try to make it in New Orleans. Eventually he winds up in New York, where he sells his songs to a music publisher, but refuses to sell his most treasured composition: "Dixie." The film is based on the life of Daniel Decatur Emmett, who wrote the classic song "Dixie."
Wake Island (1942) as Process Photography
Marines stationed in the Pacific fight off the Japanese during World War II.
This Gun for Hire (1942) as Special Photography Effects
A hired killer dodges police while tracking down the enemy agents who tried to frame him.
I Married a Witch (1942) as Transparencies
A 300-year-old witch wreaks havoc when she falls in love with a young politician.
The Forest Rangers (1942) as Process Photography
Ranger Don Stuart fights a forest fire with timber boss friend Tana 'Butch' Mason, and finds evidence of arson. He suspects Twig Dawson but can't prove it. Butch loves Don but he, poor fool, won't notice her as a woman; instead he meets socialite Celia in town and elopes with her. The action plot (Don's pursuit of the fire starter) parallels Tana's comic efforts to scare tenderfoot Celia back to the city.
Road to Morocco (1942) as Process Photography
Two castaways get mixed up in an Arabian nightmare when they're caught between a bandit chief and a beautiful princess.
Reap the Wild Wind (1942) as Special Photography Effects
Two sailors vie for the affections of a southern temptress while fighting off pirates.
I Wanted Wings (1941) as Process Photography
Story follows the training and personal lives of three recruits in the Army Air Corps --- a wealthy playboy, a college jock and an auto mechanic. Love interest is supplied by a female photographer and a sultry blonde.
Bahama Passage (1941) as Process Photography
Geronimo (1940) as Photography Effects
The Ghost Breakers (1940) as Process Photography
A radio broadcaster running from the mob helps an heiress deal with her family''''s haunted mansion.
Safari (1940) as Process Photography
Midnight (1939) as Special Photography Effects
An unemployed showgirl poses as Hungarian royalty to infiltrate Parisian society.
Night Work (1939) as Special Photography Effects
Never Say Die (1939) as Special Photography Effects
The Buccaneer (1938) as Special Photography Effects
French pirate Jean Lafitte tries to redeem his name helping the U.S. in the War of 1812.
The Texans (1938) as Special Photography Effects
Tropic Holiday (1938) as Special Photography Effects
Bluebeard's Eighth Wife (1938) as Special Photography Effects
A millionaire who''''s been married seven times courts wife number eight.
Say It in French (1938) as Process Photography
Spawn of the North (1938) as Process Photography
Two Alaskan salmon fishermen, Tyler Dawson (skipper of the "Who Cares") and Jim Kimmerlee of the "Old Reliable," are lifelong pals. Their romantic rivalry over young Dian ends amicably. But a more serious rift, with violent consequences, arises when Tyler befriends Russian fish pirates while Jim finds himself aligned with local vigilantes. Notable glacier scenery.
Artists and Models Abroad (1938) as Special Photography Effects
The Plainsman (1937) as Special Photography Effects
Calamity Jane gets mixed up in an Indian War and the friendly rivalry between Wild Bill Hickok and Buffalo Bill.
Waikiki Wedding (1937) as Special Photography Effects
A laid-back marketing man for a Hawaiian pineapple company enjoys his life in the tropical paradise until a beautiful woman arrives on the island and turns his life upside down.
Swing High, Swing Low (1937) as Special Photography Effects
When success goes to his head, a bandleader could lose everything.
Easy Living (1937) as Special Photography Effects
When a working girl tries to return a lost fur coat, she gets caught up in a wealthy family''''s battles.
I Met Him in Paris (1937) as Special Photography Effects
Kay Denham is off for a 'fling' in Paris, leaving her staid suitor Berk behind. There, she meets two new suitors, Gene and George. Gene smooth-talks her into a junket to Switzerland, but George (with no illusions about his friend) appoints himself chaperone. Through a series of slapstick winter sports, Kay remains puzzled about George's disapproval of Gene...but there's a reason.
Angel (1937) as Special Photography Effects
While vacationing without her husband, a married woman falls for another man.
Florida Special (1936) as Special Photography Effects
Princess Comes Across (1936) as Special Photography Effects
A Brooklyn girl masquerades as a princess to land a Hollywood contract.
The Bride Comes Home (1936) as Special Photography Effects
Desire (1936) as Special Photography Effects
Before they can marry, two society types run off with lower-class loves.
College Holiday (1936) as Special Photography Effects
A group of men are invited to spend the summer with a lady hotelier interested in eugenics.
13 Hours by Air (1936) as Special Photography Effects
Anything Goes (1936) as Special Photography Effects
A young man falls in love with a beautiful blonde. When he sees her being forced onto a luxury liner, he decides to follow and rescue her. However, he discovers that she is an English heiress who ran away from home and is now being returned to England. He also discovers that his boss is on the ship. To avoid discovery, he disguises himself as the gangster accomplice of a minister, who is actually a gangster on the run from the law.
The Big Broadcast of 1936 (1935) as Special Photography Effects
A radio star''''s efforts to save his station get him mixed up with con men, enemy agents and a beautiful countess.
The Gilded Lily (1935) as Photography Effects
A news reporter turns the woman he loves into a media star after she rejects an aristocrat''s marriage proposal.
International House (1933) as Special Photography Effects
Madcap investors converge on a Chinese hotel to buy rights to a new invention-television.
College Humor (1933) as Special Photography Effects
College football players struggle with alcoholism, relationships and a singing drama teacher.
The Eagle and the Hawk (1933) as Special Photography Effects
RAF pilots fight to endure the nerve-wracking ordeal of flying in World War I.
Gambling Ship (1933) as Special Photography Effects
Tired of the dangerous life as gambling boss, Ace Corbin 'retires' from the racket and travels cross-country by train to begin a new life with a new name. On the train, he meets Eleanor and they fall in love. Eleanor is afraid to tell Ace she's a soiled dove and Ace doesn't tell Eleanor of his shady past. Old enemies won't let Ace begin his new life, and old commitments's won't free Eleanor of her sordid ties. Ace's old life and Eleanor's deception collide with the typical results. But love conquers all!

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