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Director (feature film)

An Evening With Batman and Robin (1965) as Assistant Director

Cast (feature film)

Monica's Thing (1969) as
Pregnant with a baby boy, director Danae Elon and her husband struggle to understand the controversial ritual of male circumcision.
The Ghost Goes Wild (1947) as Chauffeur
Monty Crandall (James Ellison) is a commercial artist who ridicules a dowager (Ruth Donnelly) with a caricature of her on a magazine cover and she sues him. His troubles are multiplied when a pretty wife (Stephanie Bachelor) forces her attentions on him, and her gun-toting husband (Grant Withers) is somewhat incensed about it, blaming Monty. He fakes his death and returns as a ghost to frighten off the trouble-makers, but it is only when he enlists the aid of a real ghost, Eric (Edward Everett Horton), that his problems are solved.
Earl Carroll Sketchbook (1946) as Williams
Devotion (1946) as Clerk
The Bronte sisters and their brother fight personal demons to realize their artistic ambitions.
Murder in the Music Hall (1946) as Clerk
Alias Mr. Twilight (1946) as Forbes
Geoffrey Holden (Lloyd Corrigan) is an elderly con-man who is a lovable old man when providing his beloved granddaughter (Gigi Perreau) with the simple luxuries of life, yet has no qualms when working a racket devised to relieve his victims of their property. Trudy Marshall is the governess of the grandaughter, and is in love with a detective (Michael Duane) who is about to expose the old man's unsuspected activities.
Swingin' on a Rainbow (1945) as Musician
A young girl goes to New York to find a bandleader who has stolen all the songs she wrote and is passing them off as his own. She soon meets and falls in love with a struggling young songwriter who has his own problems.
National Velvet (1945) as Reporter
A British farm girl fights to train a difficult horse for the Grand National Steeplechase.
She Wouldn't Say Yes (1945) as Receptionist
A female psychiatrist who's sworn off love falls for a handsome veteran.
Once Upon a Time (1944) as Assistant hotel manager
A Broadway producer finds fame with his new act -- a dancing caterpillar.
Dancing in Manhattan (1944) as Mr. Morningstar
Holy Matrimony (1943) as Second critic
An artist returning from years abroad takes the identity of his dead valet to escape the attentions of the press.
The Return of the Vampire (1943) as Gannett
A vampire terrorizes a British family during World War II.
Batman (1943)
In his first screen appearance, the Caped Crusader of Gotham City (belying the lethargic facade of his alter ego Bruce Wayne) battles Dr. Daka, Japanese mastermind of a wartime espionage-sabotage group. Daka has a radium-powered death ray that pulverizes walls, a classic alligator pit to dispose of enemies, and can turn men into electronic zombies who do his bidding and transmit video signals to Daka's lab! Batman has no Batmobile, but there are bats in the Bat Cave...
My Kingdom for a Cook (1943) as Brooks
An English author must search for a new cook when he moves to rural Massachusetts.
Charley's Aunt (1941) as Spectator
Two college students convince their friend and fellow student to pose as an aunt from Brazil.
The Doctor Takes A Wife (1940) as Hotel manager
A man-hating author and a woman-hating doctor have to pretend they're married.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939) as Stranger
The famed sleuth tries to stop Professor Moriarty from stealing the Crown Jewels.
Doctor Rhythm (1938) as Mr. Coldwater
Mysterious Mr. Moto (1938) as Artist
Mr. Moto has himself imprisoned on Devil's Island so he can help his cellmate (Ames) escape and thereby get the goods on a gang of international killers.
Live, Love and Learn (1937) as Butler
A bohemian artist and a society girl try to adjust to marriage.
Renfrew of the Royal Mounted (1937) as Constable Holly
Counterfeit bills are being printed in Canada and shipped across the border hidden in blocks of ice. When the counterfeiters force engraver Bronson to make a new plate, he inscribes a tiny help message on it. Renfrew catches a henchman who has one of the new bills. A magnifying glass lets him read the message and he heads out alone to round up the counterfeiters.
The Garden Murder Case (1936) as Sneed
Society sleuth Philo Vance suspects dirty doings behind a mysterious series of suicides.
The Bishop Misbehaves (1935) as Percy Cloud
A church official with a taste for mysteries gets mixed up in the real thing.
Redheads on Parade (1935) as Trelawney Redfern
The Goose and the Gander (1935) as Arthur Summers
A divorcee can't stop meddling in her ex-husband's affairs.
$1,000 a Minute (1935) as Salesman
Imitation of Life (1934) as Englishman
A widow and her housekeeper go into business together but almost lose their daughters.
The Gay Divorcee (1934) as Cyril Glossop
An unhappily married woman mistakes a suitor for the gigolo hired to end her marriage.
The Private Life of Henry VIII (1934) as Duke of Cleves
The famed English monarch suffers through five of his six disastrous marriages.
Once to Every Bachelor (1934) as Mathews
Alice in Wonderland (1933) as Gryphon
A trip through the looking glass and down a rabbit hole sends an English girl into a world of fantastic characters and strange potions.
A Tailor Made Man (1931) as [Theodore] Jellicott
Corsair (1931) as Richard Bentinck
Chances (1931) as
When brothers fighting World War I together fall for the same girl, it spells danger.
Let's Go Native (1930) as Basil Pistol
Dress designer Joan Wood, who's heavily in debt, has created costumes for a Broadway show that is exported to Argentina. With the money she wants to pay her debts, but there was a mistake: she is receiving the money in Buenos Aires, not in New York. Her friend Wally Wendell, whose grandfather does not approve of his relationship with her, wants him to marry a girl he hasn't seen for some years named Constance Cook, whose grandfather is the owner of a ship traveling to Buenos Aires and Constance is one of the passengers. Wally's friend Basil has caused a freak accident with Voltair McGuines' cab, who wants his money for the damage. Basil asks Wally, but he has been disinherited and lost all credit by his grandfather, because he still wants Joan.
Along Came Youth (1930) as Eustace
The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu (1930) as Sylvester Wadsworth
The Flirting Widow (1930) as James Raleigh
A girl creates an imaginary lover to impress her father, but the lie gets in the way of true romance.
The Man From Blankley's (1930) as Mr. Poffley
Embarrassing Moments (1930) as Jasper Hickson
Illusion (1929) as Mr. Z
The Marriage Playground (1929) as Lord Wrench
The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu (1929) as Sylvester Wadsworth
Sweetie (1929) as Percy [Pussy] Willow
Just Married (1928) as Percy Jones
Someone To Love (1928) as Aubrey Weems
What a Night (1928) as Percy Penfield
Red Hair (1928) as Dr. Eustace Gill
The Fifty-Fifty Girl (1928) as Engineer
Drums of Love (1928) as Raymond of Boston
One Hour of Love (1927) as Louis Carruthers
Silk Stockings (1927) as George Bagnall
It (1927) as Monty
A shop girl turns party girl to land her boss.
Honeymoon Hate (1927) as Banning-Green
The Small Bachelor (1927) as Algernon Chubb
Ritzy (1927) as Algy
The World at Her Feet (1927) as Detective Hall
Swim, Girl, Swim (1927) as Mr. Spangle, Ph. D.
What Happened to Jones (1926) as Henry Fuller
On the night before his wedding, a young man plays poker with friends. When the game is raided by the police, he escapes into a Turkish bath on ladies night, ending up disguised in drag and with difficult explanations to make.
The Far Cry (1926) as Eric Lancefield
Her Big Night (1926) as Harold Crosby
The Flaming Forest (1926) as Alfred Wimbledon
Collegiate (1926) as G. Horace Crumbleigh
Fig Leaves (1926) as André's assistant
In the modern day (1920s) story, Adam, a plumber, is happily married to Eve, a wardrobe-obsessed housewife, until she accidentally meets a supercilious fashion designer. At the prompting of her neighbour, who has secret designs on Adam, Eve secretly becomes a fashion model by day, knowing that her husband would disapprove. This tale is book-ended by a sequence of the two principals in the Garden of Eden, having the same preoccupations amid the dinosaurs and boulders.
West of Broadway (1926) as Mortimer Allison
The Fate of a Flirt (1925) as Riggs
Seven Days (1925) as Dal Brown
The Best People (1925) as Arthur Rockmere
Head Winds (1925) as Theodore Van Felt
Who Cares (1925) as Dr. Harry Oldershaw
The Reckless Age (1924) as Lord Harrowby
In Love With Love (1924) as George Sears
The Garden of Weeds (1924) as Archie
Ruggles of Red Gap (1923) as Mr. Belknap-Jackson
The Cowboy King (1922) as Wilbur
Handle With Care (1922) as Peter Carter
Rich Men's Wives (1922) as Reggie
Common Sense (1920) as Reggie Barrett

Editing (feature film)

Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966) as Film Editor
Baron Frankenstein''''s granddaughter turns the legendary outlaw''''s partner into a monster.
An Eye for an Eye (1966) as Film Editor
Bounty hunters team to track down the man who disfigured both of them.
The Great Sioux Massacre (1965) as Film Editor
General Custer''''s fight to win equal rights for Native Americans leads to his undoing.
The Troublemaker (1964) as Film Editor
A naive chicken farmer from New Jersey moves to Greenwich Village to open a coffee house. The obstacles he must overcome include the mob (who, in one of the movie's funniest scenes, surreptitiously follow him in a garbage truck) and corrupt officials--among them, an Irish fire chief, played by Godfrey Cambridge, black comic actor.
Blood on the Arrow (1964) as Film Editor
Gunfight at Comanche Creek (1963) as Film Editor
Detective employed to help smash a band of outlaws works his way into the gang and saves himself from an impossible situation by exposing the master-mind of the gang in time to save his own life.
Panic in Year Zero! (1962) as Film Editor
A vacationing family tries to survive the aftermath of nuclear war.
The Hypnotic Eye (1960) as Film Editor
A city is stricken by a wave of self-mutilations performed by beautiful women who appear to be in a hypnotic trance.
The Atomic Submarine (1960) as Film Editor
In the far and distant future of 1968, many ships and planes are crossing the North pole to transport passengers and cargo. However lately more than eight ships and seven submarines have vanished mysteriously. The Tigershark is sent out to investigate their whereabouts and - if possible - remove the cause of their disappearance. But the life form Commander Vandover and his crew encounter may be too powerful even for their weapons of newest technology...
Sex Kittens Go to College (1960) as Film Editor
A stripper with a high IQ gets a job teaching at a college science department through a selection process determined by a robot.
The Bat (1959) as Film Editor
A female mystery novelist turns detective to unmask a demented killer.
Battle Flame (1959) as Film Editor
The Rebel Set (1959) as Film Editor
Joy Ride (1958) as Film Editor
Paul (Rad Fulton) and three other punks, Arnie (Nicholas King), Vince (Robert Levin) and Dirk (Jim Bridges), are admiring a parked sports car and intending to take it for a joy ride, when they are surprised by its owner, Miles (Regis Toomey) who orders them away and is met with a barrage of fifthy names. A few nights later they break into Miles' garage and he catches them and threatens to call the police. Paul tells him they want the car for a ride and they will have it sooner or later. The young hoods then launch a campaign of terror against Miles and his wife (Ann Doran). Paul realizes he has more pleasure in frightening Miles than in trying to get the car, and one day they force their way into the Miles home and brutally attack Mrs. Miles after she refuses to produce the car keys. Now thinking that Miles is in his power, Paul meets him to take delivery of the car. When Paul steps into the car, Miles pulls a gun and orders him to drive out of town at a breakneck speed. The more frightened Paul becomes, the more dangerously Miles makes him drive, until finally, in tears, Paul begs to be allowed to stop his "joy ride." Miles directs him to pull up in front of the police station and Paul's arrest is followed by that of the other three boys.
Revolt in the Big House (1958) as Film Editor
Gannon is an imprisoned racketeer kingpin who tries to manipulate his young cellmate into staging a riot and prison break, but the cellmate tries to back out when he realizes other inmates may be killed in the process.
Cole Younger, Gunfighter (1958) as Film Editor
A young man in trouble with the Texas state police during the 1870''''s is forced to go on the lam, joining a gang with an infamous outlaw.
Queen of Outer Space (1958) as Film Editor
A space mission to Venus discovers a society of Amazons.
Quantrill's Raiders (1958) as Film Editor
A Civil War guerilla gang plans an attack on a Kansas arsenal.
The Women of Pitcairn Island (1957) as Editorial supv
Eighteen years have passed since the arrival of the Bounty mutineers on Pitcairn Island. The last of these mutineers has just died and the island is now populated solely by their widows and children including Thursday October Christian, son of Fletcher Christian. Onto this island now comes a band of shipwrecked sailors, bringing with them a lust for women and a greed for black pearls.
Death in Small Doses (1957) as Film Editor
A government agent tries to stop the illegal use of amphetamines by truck drivers.
Looking for Danger (1957) as Film Editor
The Bowery Boys'''' leader recalls his days as a World War II spy in Arabia.
The Disembodied (1957) as Film Editor
African explorers discover a voodoo cult in the heart of the jungle.
The Tall Stranger (1957) as Film Editor
When rustlers leave him for dead, a Westerner throws in his lot with the wagon train whose inhabitants have rescued him.
Up In Smoke (1957) as Film Editor
The Bowery Boys'''' leader sells his soul to the devil for help betting on the horses.
Last of the Bad Men (1957) as Film Editor
Sabu and the Magic Ring (1957) as Film Editor
Designed to capitalize on Sabu''s earlier success in THE JUNGLE BOOK, this re-edited, unsold television pilot by the director of THE HYPNOTIC EYE (George Blair) finds the thirty three year old elephant boy in league with a powerful genie (William Marshall of BLACULA).
Dino (1957) as Film Editor
Dig That Uranium (1956) as Film Editor
The Bowery Boys battle crooks for control of a uranium mind out West.
Fighting Trouble (1956) as Film Editor
The Bowery Boys try to make their name as crime photographers.
Calling Homicide (1956) as Film Editor
The third of five films (Dial Red-O, Sudden Danger, Calling Homicide, Footsteps in the Night and Chain of Evidence in release order and released across a full period of two years) in which Bill Elliott played a detective lieutenant (Andy Flynn in the first one, Doyle in the others) in the Los Angeles homicide department) with all five produced by Ben Schwab but a different director on each one. Lieutenant Andy Doyle (Bill Elliott) of the Los Angeles Sheriff;s homicide department, while investigation the mysterious dynamiting death of a young policeman, discovers that the strangling-murder of Francine Norman, owner of a modeling school, is linked with the firsy killing. While questioning those connected with the school, manager Darlene Adams (Jeanne Cooper), and executives Allen Gilmore (Thomas B. Henry) and Tony Fuller (Lyle Talbot), Lt. Doyle and his aide, Detective Sergeant Mike Duncan (Don Haggerty), find there is a blackmailing "baby racket" being run in conjunction with the school. Suspicion points to construction company owner Jim Haddix (Myron Healey) who had been in love with Francine. All evidence of the baby extortion racket is destroyed by an explosion, and the hunt narrows down to one man, the school handyman.
Sudden Danger (1955) as Film Editor
Wichita (1955) as Film Editor
Wyatt Earp fights to straighten out a crooked cow town.
Dial Red O (1955) as Film Editor
The first of the five films where Bill Elliott played a detective lieutenant in the L.A Sheriff's department, Dial Red "O" (the correct title with the number 0 (zero), as on a telephone dial, shown in ") opens with war-torn veteran Ralph Wyatt (Keith Larsen) getting word that his wife is divorcing him, and he flees the psychiatric ward of the veteran's hospital, wanting to talk to her. His escape touches off an all-out manhunt, led by Lieutenant Andy Flynn (Bill Elliott) of the sheriff's department. Wyatt's wife, Connie (Helene Stanley) is having an affair with Norman Roper (Paul Picerni), a judo expert in Wyatt's old Marine unit. When Roper refuses to divorce his own wife (Regina Gibson) to marry Connie, they have a violent quarrel in Connie's apartment. Roper kills Connie and incriminates Wyatt, who is arrested and held on suspicion of homicide. Convinced that Roper is the real murderer, Wyatt escapes from his cell in the Hollywood Sheriff's office, and goes to Roper's home. Lt. Flynn has discovered evidence pointing to Roper as the killer, and arrives in time to prevent Wyatt from killing him. Jazzman Shorty Rogers (and his Giants) are also on hand as part of the Hollywood night life. The Elliott role name was changed to Andy Doyle for the following four films in the series, as there was a real Andy Flynn working in law enforcement in Los Angeles.
An Annapolis Story (1955) as Film Editor
Two brothers enrolled at the U.S. Naval Academy fall in love with the same girl.
Jail Busters (1955) as Film Editor
The Bowery Boys help a reporter who was beaten up during an undercover investigation at a local prison.
The Bowery Boys Meet the Monsters (1954) as Film Editor
The Bowery Boys battle a family of mad scientists.
Arrow in the Dust (1954) as Editing
A deserter takes on his dead captain's identity to save a wagon train.
The Adventures of Hajji Baba (1954) as Film Editor
In Ispahan, Persia, Hajji Baba (John Derek) is leaving his father's shop to seek a greater fortune, while the Princess Fawzia (Elaine Stewart) is trying to talk her father, the Caliph (Donald Randolph) into giving her in marriage to Nur-El-Din (Paul Picerni), a rival prince known far and wide as mean and fickle. Her father intends Fawzia for Fawzia to marry a friend and ally, and makes plans to send her to him. But a courier brings word from Nur-El-Din that an escort awaits Fawzia on the outskirts of the city and she escapes the palace disguised as a boy. Hajji encounters the escort-warrior (Paul Baxley) at the rendezvous spot, is attacked and beats up the escort with his barber's tools. The princess arrives and mistakes Hajji as the escort until he mistakes the emerald ring sent by Nur-El-Din to Fawzia as the prize to be delivered. In her efforts to escape him, her turban becomes unbound and Hajji realizes that the girl herself is the treasure Nur-El-Din awaits. Hajji promises to escort her and they spend the night with the caravan of Osman Aga (Thomas Gomez), who invites them to stay for the dancing girls, among them, the incomparable Ayesha (Rosemarie Bowe). The pair are overtaken by the Caliph's guards sent to bring Fawzia back, but the guards are driven off by an invading army of Turcoman women, a band of fierce and beautiful women who prey on passing merchants.
Kansas Pacific (1953) as Film Editor
A Union captain fights Confederate saboteurs blocking the railroad construction.
The Roar of the Crowd (1953) as Film Editor
Johnny Tracy (Howard Duff), son of veteran race driver Pop Tracy (Harry Shannon), is working his way up on the racing circuit, but is urged by his sweetheart, Marcy Parker (Helene Stanley), to give up the track if he wants to marry her. He persuades her to marry him on the promise that he will quit after racing once in the Indaanapolis 500, but he is injured in a qualifying race and goes to work as a spark plug salesman for Mackey (Minor Watson), an old family friend. He is a failure at selling but Marcy changes her attitude towards his racing, and he qualifies for the 500. Race-car drivers Johnnie Parsons, Duke Nalon, Manuel Ayulo (not the actor Manuel Ayuso) and Henry Banks play themselves.
Jalopy (1953) as Editing
The Bowery Boys enter an auto race when one of them invents a new super gas.
Feudin' Fools (1952) as Editing
The Bowery Boys get caught in a hillbilly feud when one of them inherits a Kentucky farm.
Hold That Line (1952) as Editing
The Bowery Boys crash college when one of them lands on the football team.
No Holds Barred (1952) as Editing
The Bowery Boys enter the wrestling world when one of them develops superhuman powers.
Wild Stallion (1952) as Film Editor
A horse hunter pursues a white colt that ran off when his parents were killed.
Rodeo (1952) as Film Editor
Nancy Cartwright (Jane Nigh) is determined to collect an $1,800 feed bill owed to her father Harry Cartwright (Frank Ferguson) by a rodeo association. Instead, she is atlked into assuming management of the rodeo by Slim Martin (John Archer) and the other performes when they learn the promoter has run off with the cash receipts. Slim and Nancy fall in love and the rodeo is beginning to prosper under her guidance. A thoughtless remark by her to Barbecue Jones (Wallace Ford), a one-time champion, now an old man, forces him to prove his fitness as a rider, with the result of being badly injured. All of the performers, including Slim, refuse to be associated with Nancy and the rodeo breaks up. Barbecue recovers and tells the hands that Nancy paid for his hospital bills with monies accumulated for her father's feed bill. The crew is rounded up and Nancy is once again prevailed upon to return as manager. She succeeds in placing the rodeo into the bigtime circuit, proving mostly that the writers of this had not an inkling of how rodeos actually work...then or now.
Flat Top (1952) as Film Editor
Bomba and the Jungle Girl (1952) as Editing
The jungle hero tries to find out who killed his parents.
Here Come the Marines (1952) as Editing
When they''''re drafted, the Bowery Boys set out to solve a murder.
Bowery Battalion (1951) as Editing
The Bowery Boys join the Army to catch a spy ring.
Elephant Stampede (1951) as Editing
The jungle hero fights off elephant poachers to help a missionary.
Let's Go Navy (1951) as Editing
The Bowery Boys join the Navy to catch some crooks posing as sailors.
Ghost Chasers (1951) as Editing
The Bowery Boys take on a fake medium.
Crazy Over Horses (1951) as Editing
The Bowery Boys get mixed up with a race horse and the gambling racket.
G. I. Jane (1951) as Film Editor
Lucky Losers (1950) as Editing
The Bowery Boys almost strike it rich when they break into the stock market.
Blues Busters (1950) as Editing
The Bowery Boys open a night club when a tonsillectomy turns one of them into a singing star.
Law of the Panhandle (1950) as Film Editor
Sheriff Tom Stocker (Riley Hill) sends for U.S. Marshal Johnny Mack (Johnny Mack Brown) to help him stop an outlaw reign of terror which is driving ranchers from Green Valley. En route, Johnny witnesses the murder of a messenger who is carrying secret information to the sheriff, and he and Stocker trail the killers to their hideout, where the sheriff is wounded in a gunfight and the killers get away. Stocker recognizes one of the men as Ed Rance (Marshall Reed), and Johnny watches him hoping to get a lead onto the identity of the gang leader. The news of a new secret rail route leads Johnny to check on who has being buying up land, and he learns that only stage-line owner Henry Faulkner (Myron Healey) and rancher Fred Kendal (Ted Adams), father of the sheriff's sweetheart Margie (Jane Adams) has recently purchased land. Faulker tells Johnny that Kendal has rounded up his entire herd, in order to sell it to purchase more land. Kendal is seriously wounded when the herd is stampeded by the outlaws, and Johnny gives out the news that Kendal is dead. Rance makes Marge an offer for the ranch on the behalf of a mysterious friend, but is taken captive by Johnny. The latter rides to town and asks Faulkner to come to the Kendal ranch to identify a possible outlaw suspect.
Blonde Dynamite (1950) as Editing
The Bowery Boys get into the escort service and get mixed up with crooks.
Triple Trouble (1950) as Editing
When they''''re framed for a robbery, the Bowery Boys investigate the case from behind bars.
Hold That Baby! (1949) as Editing
The Bowery Boys discover a lost baby they think is heir to a fortune.
Fighting Fools (1949) as Editing
The Bowery Boys help a boxer break up a fight-fixing gang.
Angels in Disguise (1949) as Editing
The Bowery Boys go undercover to expose a gang.
Master Minds (1949) as Editing
The Bowery Boys takes on a mad scientist when one of them develops the ability to predict the future.
Bad Boy (1949) as Film Editor
A lawman tries to find the source of a juvenile delinquent's bad behavior.
Trouble Makers (1949) as Editing
The Bowery Boys pose as bellhops to solve a murder.
Angels' Alley (1948) as Film Editor
An ex-con cousin of one of the Bowery Boys gets them into trouble with the law.
Smart Politics (1948) as Film Editor
The growth of juvenile crime in a small town starts a movement for the building of a youth center. The project leaders discuss with the town mayor about buying an old warehouse from the city, and rebuilding it as the Center. The mayor, however, has his own plans to buy it himself for another project which he would profit from. The Teen-Agers, Freddy Trimball (Freddie Stewart), Dodie Rogers (June Preisser), Lee Watson (Warren Mills), Betty Rogers (Noel Neill), Roy Donne (Frankie Darro) and the rest of Monogram's non-delinquent juveniles, think otherwise and, while the mayor does buy the warehouse, he is forced to donate it to the Youth Center committee.
Stage Struck (1948) as Film Editor
A murder spurs an investigation into the dark and twisted world of mobster racketeer¿s.
Smugglers' Cove (1948) as Editing
The Bowery Boys take on a gang of German smugglers.
Music Man (1948) as Film Editor
Jinx Money (1948) as Editing
The Bowery Boys find a dead gangster''''s loot-and the mob out to get it back.
Campus Sleuth (1948) as Film Editor
News Hounds (1947) as Editing
When they get newspaper jobs, the Bowery Boys take on a sport-fixing mob.
Hard Boiled Mahoney (1947) as Editing
The Bowery Boys try to expose a phony fortune-teller.
Fall Guy (1947) as Film Editor
Tom Cochrane, full of dope (cocaine) and covered with blood, is picked up by the police and then questioned by detectives Shannon (Douglas Fowley) and Taylor (Harry Strang), but manages to escape. His girl friend Lois Walter (Teala Loring), against the wishes of her guardian, Jim Grosset (Charles Arnt), assists Tom and his police-officer brother-in-law Mac (Robert Armstrong) in trying to clear Tom of a possible murder charge. Tom only recalls meeting a man in a bar and going to a party. Tom and Mac find the man, Joe (Elisha Cook Jr.), who takes them to the party scene, the apartment of the Shindells (John Harmon and Iris Adrian), where they find the body of a murdered girl in the apartment above. The police pick up Mac, while Tom trails Marie (Virginia Dale) and Mike (Jack Overman). Joe is murdered for leading Tom to the scene of the crime, and Marie, who had been hired by the killer to get Tom at the apartment when the crime was committed, is choked to death. Tom, following the killer of Marie, is almost trapped and killed himself, but is saved by Mike.
Spook Busters (1946) as Editing
When they set themselves up as ghost hunters, the Bowery Boys tangle with a mad scientist.
Dangerous Money (1946) as Editing
Famed Asian detective Charlie Chan investigates a shipboard murder.
The Face of Marble (1946) as Editing
A mad scientist''''s attempts to revive the dead go haywire when he runs into a voodoo priestess.
West of the Alamo (1946) as Editing
Junior Prom (1946) as Film Editor
Don't Gamble with Strangers (1946) as Film Editor
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1946) as Supervising Editor
The always-welcome Elyse Knox and her All-American footballer turned broadcaster husband Tom Harmon appear together in this film but are not romantically involved, as she is the co-ed "sweetheart" of the title and he coaches the Varsity rowing crew. Some source describes Miss Knox as a B-actress. A more apt and better description would be one that describes her as an Actress who never got out of B-movies. This one is about half plot and half music but the plot is stretched pretty thin to cover 35 of the 75 minutes when it essentially boils down to: a couple of gamblers pressure the local night club(soft drinks only)owner to rig things so the local college rowing crew will lose their upcoming race. End of plot when the cowswain of the home team uses a rabbit's foot to plug the hole the gamblers cut in the bottom of their racing shell. Two of 1945's top hits, "Five Minutes More" and Slim Gaillard's "Cement Mixer, Putti-Putti" are performed, although some people who heard "Cement Mixer" in 1945 are still wondering what it was all about.
In Fast Company (1946) as Editing
The Bowery Boys get wrapped up in a taxi war.
Bowery Bombshell (1946) as Editing
The Bowery Boys tackle gangsters to clear one of their own from a bogus robbery charge.
Docks of New York (1945) as Film Editor
Glimpy finds a necklace next to a dead body in an alley. His discovery leads to the gang getting mixed up in murder, intrigue involving a European royal family, and a killer who is after the necklace that Muggs has and will stop at nothing to get it.
Riders of the Dawn (1945) as Film Editor
Springtime in Texas (1945) as Editing
Trouble Chasers (1945) as Film Editor
Mr. Muggs Rides Again (1945) as Film Editor
After having been framed by gamblers, Muggs is barred from riding in horse races. Snce he can no longer race, he takes up a collection so Ma Brown, who owns the horses won't have her stable foreclosed on. However, one of the gamblers involved in the frame falls for Ma Brwn's daughter, and decides to come clean and confess to the police about the frame. The other gamblers hear about it and set out to shut him up and discredit Muggs and Ma Brown once and for all.
Fashion Model (1945) as Editing
When two employees of a clothing factory are murdered, the shadow of suspicion falls upon a lowly stock boy.
The Navajo Trail (1945) as Film Editor
U.S. Marshals Nevada Jack McKenzie (Johnny Mack Brown) and Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton) are working undercover to capture a gang stealing horses from the Navajos, and to capture the killer of a Ranger. Nevada poses as an outlaw to get in with the gang and find the leader, while Sandy pretends to be a drunken old horse thief that has knowledge of where the Navajos have hidden their ponies.
Saddle Serenade (1945) as Editing
Come Out Fighting (1945) as Film Editor
Allotment Wives (1945) as Film Editor
Unscrupulous women marry servicemen for their pay.
Black Market Babies (1945) as Film Editor
This George Morris story (screenplay by George Wallace Sayre) was based on an article that appeared in "Woman's Home Companion" and later reprinted in "Reader's Digest." Eddie Condon (Kane Richmond), a two-bit racketeer, teams up with an alcoholic doctor, Judson (Ralph Morgan), to set up a maternity home with free facilities to expectant mothers, with the proviso that the women sign away all rights to their new-borns. The babies are then offered for adoptation to couples willing to make a substantial "contribution" to the home. Things go well for this borderline within-the-law business until a baby is still-born. Conden had already sold the baby for $5,000 and has no intention of returning the money, so he substitutes the child of the sister (Teala Loring) of his wife (Jayne Hazard). There is a slip-up on the filing of the certificates and the District Attorney's office gets involved.
South of the Rio Grande (1945) as Editing
Miguel Sanches, the operator of a large rancho, has stolen cattle and then had innocent suspects shot. Cisco has been called on for help and arriving finds a wagon under attack. His men drive off the attackers and he finds the victim was to be Sanches' replacement. After changing clothes with the man, Cisco arrives posing as him in a attempt to get evidience against Sanchez.
Army Wives (1944) as Film Editor
A WAVE, a WAC and a Marine (1944) as Film Editor
Henny (Henny Youngman), talent scout for the Margaret Ames (Sally Eilers) Film Agency in Hollywood, mistakes Judy (Anne Gillis) and Marian (Elyse Knox), the understudies, for Eileen (Marjorie Woodworth) and Betty (Ramsay Ames), the real stars of a Broadway show and signs them up for movies. Margaret, furious with Henny for the blunder, fires him---but only temporarily. Another agent, Marty Allen (Richard Lane), once married to and still in love with Margaret, signs Betty and Eileen. Henny arrives with Judy and Marian, and the nightclub manager asks Henny to emcee the show. Though he is not sure himself what they can do, Henny introduces the girls and they make a hit in a dramatic sketch. (Simmer down, it's just a Monogram movie, and their nightclub attendees can react anyway director Phil Karlstein/Karlson wants them to.) Big-time movie producer R. J. (Alan Dinehart) signs them to a film contract. So, what does this have to do with the title, "A WAVE, a WAC and a Marine"? Because Judy joins the WAVES, Marian the WACS and Marty the Marines and all have two weeks before induction, and that is more than long enough to shoot a Monogram musical-within-a-Monogram musical and have a few days to spare.
Shadow of Suspicion (1944) as Film Editor
Private investigators infiltrate a jewelry store to guard a priceless emerald bracelet.
The Spider Woman (1944) as Film Editor
Sherlock Holmes fakes his own death to expose a killer.
Hi' Ya, Sailor (1943) as Film Editor
Double Cross (1941) as Film Editor
Gun Cargo (1941) as Film Editor
Murder Is News (1939) as Film Editor
Manhattan Shakedown (1939) as Film Editor
Death Goes North (1939) as Film Editor
Special Inspector (1939) as Film Editor
Convicted (1938) as Film Editor
Woman Against the World (1937) as Film Editor
A young widow faces numerous trials and hardships in her quest to keep and support her child.
What Price Vengeance (1937) as Film Editor
Fury and the Woman (1937) as Film Editor
Stampede (1936) as Film Editor
Secret Patrol (1936) as Film Editor
Tugboat Princess (1936) as Film Editor
El crimen de media noche (1936) as Editing
Trail's End (1935) as Film Editor
Trigger Tom (1935) as Editing
Four lifelong friends share one very special summer. Introduced as babies who were born to mothers who met in a prenatal aerobics class, the four grew up together and developed an enduring bond despite their distinctly different emerging personalities. Now, after years of sharing every triumph and l
Gunners and Guns (1935) as Editing
Rio Rattler (1935) as Editing
Maniac (1934) as Editing
An ex-vaudeville actor is the assistant to a doctor with Frankenstein aspirations. After murdering the doctor, the would-be actor finds it necessary to assume the identity of the dead physician. Edgar Allen Poe's THE BLACK CAT is written into the storyline.
A Demon for Trouble (1934) as Film Editor
Riders of Golden Gulch (1932) as Editing
Deception (1932) as Film Editor
45 Calibre Echo (1932) as Editing
Trails of the Golden West (1931) as Editing
Far Western Trails (1929) as Film Editor
Midnight on the Barbary Coast (1929) as Film Editor
The White Outlaw (1929) as Editing
Across the Plains (1928) as Film Editor
Ranger's Oath (1928) as Film Editor
Where the West Begins (1928) as Film Editor
Throwing Lead (1928) as Film Editor
The Thrill Chaser (1928) as Film Editor
Texas Flash (1928) as Film Editor
Cheyenne Trails (1928) as Film Editor
Rip Roaring Logan (1928) as Film Editor
Fangs of Fate (1928) as Film Editor
Forbidden Trails (1928) as Film Editor
Battling Thru (1928) as Editor

Art Department (feature film)

Jonny Quest vs. the Cyber Insects (1995)
Follow the exploits of kid adventurer Jonny Quest; his father, Dr. Benton Quest, a globe-trotting scientist and government agent; his companion Hadji, a mystical boy from India; Bandit, his pet dog; and Roger "Race" Bannon, Jonny''s own personal bodyguard as they attempt to stop their arch-nemesis, Dr. Zin, as he schemes to bring civilization down with weather-altering satellites and cloned killer insects long extinct.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Isn't It Romantic (1948) as Grip
The Sainted Sisters (1948) as Grip
While hiding out in small-town Maine, two female con artists inadvertently become philanthropists.
Hail the Conquering Hero (1944) as Grip
A group of veterans help a small-town fraud convince his family he was a war hero.
The Remarkable Andrew (1942) as Grip
When Andrew Long, hyper-efficient small town accountant, finds a $1240 discrepancy in the city budget, his superiors try to explain it away. When he insists on pursuing the matter, he's in danger of being blamed himself. In his trouble, the spirit of Andrew Jackson, whom he idolizes, visits him, and in turn, summons much high-powered talent from American history...which only Andrew can see. Can he get out of trouble before too many people think he's crazy?
Wake Island (1942) as Head grip
Marines stationed in the Pacific fight off the Japanese during World War II.
College Scandal (1935) as Grip
Midnight Club (1933) as Chief grip

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