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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Defying the Law (1936) as Director
2.
Border Guns (1935) as Director
Bill Harris, looking for border rustlers and working undercover, rides into town and makes friends with Fred Palmer, one of the rustlers. They both take an interest in Jane Wilson. When the boss of the rustlers learns of Bill's true identity, he uses their attraction to Jane to alienate the friends hoping Fred will kill Bill.
3.
Western Racketeers (1935) as Director
4.
The Phantom Cowboy (1935) as Director
5.
Wild West Whoopee (1931) as Director
One of the bottom-of-the-barrel, cheap-jack films from Robert J. Horner's Cosmos Produtions, Inc. This one is about 50% filled with archive footage rodeo scenes inserted here and there, but the disjointed rodeo footage has more logic and continuity than the plot; Rodeo rider Jack Perrin captures and tames a wild horse, Starlight, and impresses rodeo girl Josephine Hill, but rodeo villain Fred Church has a yen or something for Miss Hill also, so he cuts a stirrup on Jack's saddle to get rid of him. Jack don't need two stirrups.Church has no lines, probably because Horner forgot to write him any, but he excels at silent simmering and yenning.
6.
Kid from Arizona (1931) as Director
Marshal Jack(Jack Perrin) is sent, undercover, into the bad lands to clean up a gang of Indians who have been terrorizing the local ranchers. Horses belonging to a ranch owner(Henry Roquemore)are stolen and the horse which was supposed to be in an endurance race is maimed. Jack is blamed for both deeds. He acquits himself and wins the race for The Colonel, after disclosing that the supposed band of Indians are a pack of white smugglers led by the ranch foreman(Robert Walker.)
7.
Cheyenne Kid (1931) as Director
8.
Far Western Trails (1929) as Director
9.
The White Outlaw (1929) as Director
10.
Midnight on the Barbary Coast (1929) as Director
11.
Forbidden Trails (1928) as Director
12.
Across the Plains (1928) as Director
13.
Ranger's Oath (1928) as Director
14.
Riders of Vengeance (1928) as Director
15.
Cheyenne Trails (1928) as Director
16.
The Thrill Chaser (1928) as Director
17.
Two Gun O'Brien (1928) as Director
18.
His Last Battle (1928) as Director
19.
Battling Thru (1928) as Director
20.
Arizona Speed (1928) as Director
21.
The Rustler's End (1928) as Director
22.
Trails of Treachery (1928) as Director
23.
Where the West Begins (1928) as Director
24.
Texas Flash (1928) as Director
25.
Secrets of the Range (1928) as Director
26.
Mystery Rider (1928) as Director
27.
Throwing Lead (1928) as Director
28.
Rip Roaring Logan (1928) as Director
29.
Mansion of Mystery, The (1927) as Director
30.
The Millionaire Orphan (1926) as Director
31.
Pony Express Rider (1926) as Director
32.
Twin Six O'Brien (1926) as Director
33.
Walloping Kid (1926) as Director
34.
His Greatest Battle (1925) as Director
35.
Cowboy Courage (1925) as Director
36.
Virginian Outcast (1924) as Director
37.
Defying the Law (1922) as Director

Writer (feature film)

38.
The Border Menace (1934) as Story
39.
Kid from Arizona (1931) as Screenwriter
Marshal Jack(Jack Perrin) is sent, undercover, into the bad lands to clean up a gang of Indians who have been terrorizing the local ranchers. Horses belonging to a ranch owner(Henry Roquemore)are stolen and the horse which was supposed to be in an endurance race is maimed. Jack is blamed for both deeds. He acquits himself and wins the race for The Colonel, after disclosing that the supposed band of Indians are a pack of white smugglers led by the ranch foreman(Robert Walker.)
40.
Wild West Whoopee (1931) as Screenwriter
One of the bottom-of-the-barrel, cheap-jack films from Robert J. Horner's Cosmos Produtions, Inc. This one is about 50% filled with archive footage rodeo scenes inserted here and there, but the disjointed rodeo footage has more logic and continuity than the plot; Rodeo rider Jack Perrin captures and tames a wild horse, Starlight, and impresses rodeo girl Josephine Hill, but rodeo villain Fred Church has a yen or something for Miss Hill also, so he cuts a stirrup on Jack's saddle to get rid of him. Jack don't need two stirrups.Church has no lines, probably because Horner forgot to write him any, but he excels at silent simmering and yenning.
41.
Far Western Trails (1929) as Scen
42.
43.
The Thrill Chaser (1928) as Scen
44.
Where the West Begins (1928) as Scen
45.
Mystery Rider (1928) as Scen
46.
Forbidden Trails (1928) as Scen
47.
Riders of Vengeance (1928) as Scen
48.
Arizona Speed (1928) as Scen
49.
Secrets of the Range (1928) as Scen
50.
Texas Flash (1928) as Scen
51.
Trails of Treachery (1928) as Scen
52.
Secrets of the Range (1928) as Art titles
53.
Trails of Treachery (1928) as Art titles
54.
Cheyenne Trails (1928) as Scen
55.
Across the Plains (1928) as Scen
56.
The Millionaire Orphan (1926) as Writer
57.
Walloping Kid (1926) as Writer
58.
Ridin' Wild (1925) as Story and cont

Editing (feature film)

59.
Riders of Vengeance (1928) as Film Editor
60.
Secrets of the Range (1928) as Film Editor
61.
Trails of Treachery (1928) as Film Editor

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