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Ralph McCullough

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Cast (feature film)

Stand by for Action (1943) as Sailor in boat
A Harvard graduate serving on a battleship is faced with the realities of war.
The Pride of the Yankees (1943) as Reporter in hospital
Baseball legend Lou Gehrig faces a crippling disease at the height of his success.
Slightly Dangerous (1943) as Bit in newspaper office
A small-town girl changes her identity to make it in New York, leaving her boyfriend a suspect in her "disappearance."
Yokel Boy (1942) as Clerk in bank
Tennessee Johnson (1942) as Man at railroad station
Biography of Andrew Johnson, who followed Abraham Lincoln into office and became the first U.S. president ever to be impeached.
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942) as Messenger boy
Edgar Allen Poe (John Shepperd) led an unhappy childhood, broken only by the unceasing devotion of his foster mother, Mrs. Frances Allan (Mary Howard), whose loving ministrations gave him courage to carry out his desire to write. His first love was Elmira Royster (Virginia Gilmore), and though she married another while he was at the University of Virginia, he could never purge his thoughts of her and, under the influence of her spell, he poured out the deepest passions of his heart. After a discouraging period during which he was disowned by his foster father and lost his appointment to West Point, he found the love that tamed his restless heart with Virginia Clemm (Linda Darnell). After he and Virginia married, Poe did his greatest creative work, writing for the Southern Literary Messenger and Graham's Magazine.
The Affairs of Martha (1942) as Postman
A servant's scandalous novel lands her employers in hot water.
Joan of Ozark (1942) as Reporter
Blondie in Society (1941) as Salesman
Dagwood brings home a pedigreed Great Dane which an important company client wants and which Blondie enters in the big dog show. A highlight of this film is the canine burping display.
Ringside Maisie (1941) as Sports writer
A Brooklyn showgirl sets pulses racing at a boxers'''' training camp.
The Wild Man of Borneo (1941) as Photographer
A braggart masquerades as a primitive throwback.
Blossoms in the Dust (1941) as Mill worker
True-life story of Edna Gladney, who fought for orphans' rights in Texas.
Along the Rio Grande (1941) as Bank teller
Two cowboys go undercover to catch a rustler on his way to Mexico.
The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance (1941) as
A reformed jewel thief fights to clear his name when he's framed for murder.
Edison, the Man (1940) as Reporter
Thomas Edison fights to turn his dreams into reality.
Women Without Names (1940) as Reporter
Construction engineer Fred MacNeil (Robert Paige) meets waitress Joyce King (Ellen Drew) at a hamburger stand and she accepts his invitation to see her home. Joyce is unaware she is being trailed by two detectives on the trail of her former husband, Walter Ferris (John McGuire). Joyce tells Fred that her ex-husband is a wanted criminal, but Fred waves aside her objections and they make plans to marry and honeymoon in Tennessee. Following the wedding, they return to the house after Ferris, accompanied by Peggy Athens (Judith Barrett), has broken in. Caught by Detective Reardon (Thomas E. Jackson), Ferris kills the officer and escapes. McNeil and Joyce arrive immediately afterwards and are accused of the killing by the neighbors. John Marlin (John Miljan), assistant District Attorney, railroads the lovers because he wants to use their prosecution to boost his drive for the District Attorney post.Fred is sentenced to hang and Joyce is given life in prison.
Hullabaloo (1940) as
A radio star creates a national panic when he announces a Martian invasion.
We Who Are Young (1940) as Clerk
A man violates company policy by getting married.
Parole Fixer (1940) as Stiles
Pioneers of the Frontier (1940) as Lem Watkins
The Golden Fleecing (1940) as Elevator starter
A mild-mannered insurance salesman gets mixed up with gangsters.
Eternally Yours (1939) as Officer
A woman is swept off her feet by a magician, and finds the results less than magical.
Maisie (1939) as Barker
A Brooklyn showgirl tries to clear a ranch foreman of murder charges.
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) as Asst bartender
An idealistic Senate replacement takes on political corruption.
The Thundering West (1939) as Clerk
Men with Wings (1938) as Reporter
Who Killed Gail Preston? (1938) as Marshall
A temperamental singer''''s murder leaves a nightclub full of suspects.
Little Miss Roughneck (1938) as Fingerprint man
A talented 10-year-old singing prodigy, Foxine LaRue (Edith Fellows), who is only slightly less artificial and theatrical than her name, is pushed into vaudeville by her stage-mother mama, Gert LaRue (Margaret Irving), who is even more artificial and theatrical than her name. Foxine's pretty and older sister, Mary LaRue (Julie Bishop as Jacqueline Wells) makes sacrifices to support the trio. Al Partridge (Scott Kolk as Scott Colton), a hollywood agent becomes interested in Mary and takes the family trio to Hollywood in the hopes of Foxine getting into the movies. After several incidents by the rowdy Foxine on the train, and later at International Studios, Foxine is further from being in the movies than she was in New York. Gert decides that a "hoax" kidnapping is just the ticket to get Foxine the publicity to land a studio contract. That night Foxine dresses as a boy, disarranges her room, leaves a "ransom note" and hops a freight train. The police arrive the next morning and hear Mary accuse Al and Gert of staging the kidnapping, and they are arrested. Foxine leaves the train several hundred miles away and takes shelter with the good-natured Pascual Orozco (Leo Carrillo) and his family. The arrested pair are released when the police receive another ransom note (sent by Foxine.)
The Devil Is Driving (1937) as Husband
Live, Love and Learn (1937) as Reporter
A bohemian artist and a society girl try to adjust to marriage.
Sophie Lang Goes West (1937) as Hotel clerk
Wells Fargo (1937) as Clerk
An employee of an express shipping service helps to provide people with the supplies they need.
Paradise Express (1937) as Dispatcher
The Last Gangster (1937) as Reporter
When a notorious gangster gets out of prison, he vows revenge on the wife who left him.
Parole Racket (1937) as Roarke
Big Town Girl (1937) as Photographer
Find the Witness (1937) as Reporter
A reporter investigates a series of murders related to a magician''''s escape act.
Woman in Distress (1937) as Gaylord
The Crime of Dr. Forbes (1936) as Juror
Injured scientist Eric Godfrey asks his protege to give him a fatal dose of opiates to end his misery. When he dies the doctor is accused of murder.
Wedding Present (1936) as Timid man
F-Man (1936) as
Sinner Take All (1936) as Reporter
Members of a wealthy family are murdered one-by-one.
Code of the Range (1936) as Quigley
In this Charles Starrett western that WAS NOT produced by Peter B. Kyne and was solely written by Ford Bebee, although some sources attribute the story to Peter B. Kyne because, with his permission and as a selling angle, the title shown on the film and all of the posters is "Peter B. Kyne's CODE OF THE RANGE." The use of his name was Mr. Kyne's only contribution. Ford Beebe's "original screenplay" (he had used it before) finds the cattlemen, headed by "Calamity" Parker (Allan Cavan), opposing the use of their range lands by sheep herders, with cattlemen Lee Jamison (Charles Starrett) and Ed Randall (Edmund Cobb) in the dissenting minority and they offer sheepman Angus McLeod (Edward Coxen as Ed Coxen) free grazing privileges. Saloon owner Barney Ross (Albert J. Smith) offers to keep the sheepmen off of the range and out of town if each cattleman will pay $500. They agree after he promises there will be no bloodshed. Ross then visits bank clerk Quigley (Ralph McCullough), who Ross knows has stolen bank funds to cover his gambling losses at Ross' saloon, and forces him to forge the name of bank president Adams (Edward LeSaint) on a foreclosure notice on Jamison's ranch. Ross then buys Jamison's property thereby making it impossible for the sheep-herders to use the land for grazing. Calamity's daughter Janet (Mary Blake) works at the bank and is engaged to Jamison but they have parted because of a quarrel over the feud. But when Jamison learns that his property has been "legally" stolen, Mary, who suspects Ross and Quigley, aids him by wiring Adams to return immediately. Jamison, suspecting that Ross will have his henchmen take Adams off the stagecoach and kill him, beats the gang to the stagecoach, takes Adams and hides him. But Jamison has to flee town when Ross tells the townsmen that Jamison took Adams off the stage and killed him. But he will return.
The Cowboy Star (1936) as Pretty Boy Hogan
A cowboy movie star retires to Arizona to fight bad guys for real.
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936) as Reporter
When he inherits a fortune, a small-town poet has to deal with the corruption of city life.
Trapped by Television (1936) as Salesman
An inventor looking for backing for his television invention gets involved with a crooked businessman and gangsters who try to steal his invention.
More Than a Secretary (1936) as Department head
A secretary gets the glamour treatment to win her boss'''' heart.
Come Closer, Folks (1936) as Tompkins
The Sky Parade (1936) as Attendant
The Return of Sophie Lang (1936) as Reporter
Shakedown (1936) as Dispatcher
Legion of Terror (1936) as Chemist
Frank Marshall and Slim Hewitt, postal inspectors, infiltrate a Ku Klux Klan-like vigilante group which has mailed a bomb to a senator. When the legion kills the brother of Nancy Foster, she helps Frank and Slim in their investigation.
Metropolitan (1935) as Usher
Opera prima donna leaves the Metropolitan to form her own company with Tibbett as leading man. She leaves this company too which means Tibbett and company must carry on without her.
Love Me Forever (1935) as Secretary
A mob figure helps launch a singer's career only to lose her to a younger man.
The Great Hotel Murder (1935) as Hotel clerk
Grand Exit (1935) as Ad man
An insurance investigator tries to track down an arsonist.
Millions in the Air (1935) as Attendant
Manhattan Melodrama (1934) as Reporter
Boyhood friends grow up on opposite sides of the law.
Hi Nellie! (1934) as a poker player
A crusading newspaper editor keeps digging into corruption, even when he''''s forced to write advice to the lovelorn.
Helldorado (1934) as Hotel clerk
The Stolen Ranch (1926) as Frank Wilcox
Davy Crockett at the Fall of the Alamo (1926) as Colonel Bonham
Passionate Youth (1925) as Matt Rutherford
A Man of Nerve (1925) as Art Gatlin
The Bloodhound (1925) as Constable Ray Fitzgerald
High and Handsome (1925) as Irving Ducette
Galloping Vengeance (1925) as Jack Reeves
Speed Wild (1925) as Charles Bryant
No Man's Law (1925) as Donald Moore
What Shall I Do? (1924) as Tom Conway
His Mystery Girl (1923) as Dick Reynolds
The Red Warning (1923) as Harry Williams
The Veiled Woman (1922) as The Doctor's Son
The Top O' the Morning (1922) as Eugene O'Donnell
Don't Get Personal (1922) as Jimmie Barton
The Angel of Crooked Street (1922) as Schuyler Sanford
Smudge (1922) as Regan
The Man Trackers (1921) as Morgan
Seven Years Bad Luck (1921) as Max's valet
In this silent film, a man''''s attempts to avoid bad luck after he breaks a mirror lead straight to it.
The Swamp (1921) as Johnnie Rand
Across the Divide (1921) as Wallace Layson
Homer Comes Home (1920) as Arthur Machim
One Hour Before Dawn (1920) as Fred Aldrich

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