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Cast (feature film)

Inside the Law (1942) as Pop Cobb
Meet John Doe (1941) as Mr. Delaney
A reporter's fraudulent story turns a tramp into a national hero and makes him a pawn of big business.
When the Daltons Rode (1940) as Doctor
Young lawyer Tod Jackson arrives in pioneer Kansas to visit his prosperous rancher friends the Daltons, just as the latter are in danger of losing their land to a crooked development company. When Tod tries to help them, a faked murder charge turns the Daltons into outlaws, but more victims than villains in this fictionalized version. Will Tod stay loyal to his friends despite falling in love with Bob Dalton's former fiancée Julie?
Riders of Pasco Basin (1940) as Uncle Dan
Pioneer Days (1940) as Agent
The Cheyenne Kid (1940) as Roberts
A ranch owner gives the Cheyenne Kid $1000 and sends him off to buy cattle. At the same time he fires a ranch hand and that hand rides ahead and alerts Jeff Baker about the $1000. Bakers' henchman are too late to get the Kid but they kill the rancher paid by the Kid. The Sheriff then arrests the Kid claiming he murdered the rancher to get the money back and that Baker said he then lost it at his gambling table.
Santa Fe Trail (1940) as Minister
Romantic rivals get caught in the battle to stop abolitionist John Brown.
Son of Roaring Dan (1940) as [Frank] Brooks
Pioneers of the Frontier (1940) as Mort Saunders
Covered Wagon Trails (1940) as John Bradford
A wagon train of settlers is approaching Prairieville and rancher Allen is out to stop them by having some of his men join the train and poison the horses. When Jack Cameron arrives in Prairieville with replacement horses, he learns his brother who was with the train has been murdered. A piece of his brother's clothing identifies a member of the gang and Jack sets out to find the rest of them and also deliver the horses.
Wild Horse Valley (1940) as Mr. Kimball
Bad Man from Red Butte (1940) as Dan Toddhunter
Heroes in Blue (1939) as
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) as Civil War veteran
An idealistic Senate replacement takes on political corruption.
The Man from Sundown (1939) as Doc Sprague
Rawhide (1938) as L. G. McDonnell
Baseball superstar Gehrig is one of several ranchers being coerced by a bunch of bandits. His sister and her lawyer/lover organize the ranchers.
South of Arizona (1938) as Lafe Brown
Knight of the Plains (1938) as John Lane
Brothers of the West (1938) as Sheriff Bain
Six Shootin' Sheriff (1938) as Zeke
Rolling Caravans (1938) as Henry Rankin
Stagecoach Days (1938) as Tom Larkin
(Wes ''38,BW). Jack Luden, Eleanor Stewart, Harry Woods, Hal Taliaferro, Lafe McKee, Slim Whitaker, Blackjack Ward, & Tuffy the dog. Once again, Tuffy the dog steals the show from cowboy star Jack Luden, in this tale about a race between two stagecoaches and the prize that awaits the victor.
Feud of the Trail (1937) as John Granger
The Fighting Deputy (1937) as Frank Denton
Mystery Range (1937) as Jed Travis
Heroes of the Alamo (1937) as Storekeeper
Filmed and produced in 1937 by Anthony J. Xydias as a Sunset Productions, Inc. film and distributed as such that year, Columbia Pictures Corporation purchased it in 1938, and sent it back out as a Columbia production distributed by the Columbia film exchanges, with all references to Sunset deleted. Columbia also prepared new posters, lobby cards and pressbook, and re-did the original cast listings, now showing Lane Chandler and Rex Lease top-billed with the original first-billed Earle Hodgins delegated much further down the cast. In the event of somebody knowing only the Columbia cast order and changing this one, the original correct cast order was; Earle Hodgins, Bruce Warren, Ruth Findlay, Lane Chandler, Rex Lease, Roger Williams, Lee Valainos (correct spelling), Julian Rivero, William Costello (as Willy Costello), Paul Ellis, Edward Peil Sr., Jack C. Smith (as Jack Smith) and Marilyn Haslett. Columbia couldn't change the story which in early spring of 1833, finds the smouldering resentment of American settlers in Texas against their oppression by Mexico dictator General Santa Anna/Ana (Julian Rivero) coming to a head. When a decree is issued that no more Americans may enter Texas, William H. Wharton (Jack C. Smith), firey head of a faction determined on independence or nothing, warns Stephen F. Austin (Earle Hodgins) that the time for half-measures is past. Austin, responsible for bringing the Americans to Texas as colonists, reminds Wharton that a settler's revolt against Mexico would dishonor his name and the arrangements he had with the Mexican government. He gets the "Whartonites" to agree to a general convention of all colonists. Almerian Dickinson (Bruce Warren), biggest land owner in the settlement of Gonzales, deeply in love with his wife Anne (Ruth Findlay), warns Wharton that a bloody revolt would endanger every wife and mother in the colony. He proposes they send Austin to Mexico City to ask Santa Anna to grant Texans a voice in their own government. After months in Mexico City of waiting to see Santa Anna, Austin is granted a mock interview and then arrested and thrown into a dungeon. In Texas, the months pass with no news from Austin and Wharton goes to work in earnest in early 1835 to fan the fires of revolution. Santa Anna decides to march troops north and finish off the rebel "gringos" - a description that only came later in the conflict - once and for all, and frees Austin to serve as an example. The Texans, under Dickinson and William Barrett Travis (Rex Lease), send the advance Mexican troops back across the border in retreat. Austin goes for help from the United States, and the Texans fortify themselves at the old Alamo mission in Bejar with Travis in command. And one February morning, his scouts bring news that Santa Anna is coming with an army of 5000 men. Anne Dickinson takes her baby, rides for Bejar(San Antonio), slips through the Mexican lines and joins her husband in the beleaguered fort to his mingled joy and horror. The Mexican troops storm the walls day after day but are thrown back by the 183 defenders. At dawn, March 6, 1836, Santa Anna orders the buglers to sound the "deguello" (No quarter) and the final assault begins.
The Ranger Steps In (1937) as Jed [Warren]
Bob Allen, Eleanor Stewart, John Merton, Hal Taliaferro, Jack Ingram, Jack Rockwell. Texas ranger Bob Allen resigns his commission in order to investigate the real reason behind the longstanding feud between his fiancee''s family and his own kin.
Orphan of the Pecos (1937) as Hank Gelbert
Shortly after Brand kills Gelbert, Tom Rayburn arrives on the scene and is accused of the murder. Escaping, he goes after Doc Mathews, the man that can prove his innocence. Brand is also after Mathews and intends to keep him from testifying. But Mathews is a ventriloquist and this will lead to Brand's downfall.
Law of the Ranger (1937) as Polk
A Texan Ranger must stop a greedy land owner out to steal the town''''s water rights.
Santa Fe Rides (1937) as
Lost Ranch (1937) as Carroll
Bridge of Sighs (1936) as
Dangerous Waters (1936) as Skipper
Roamin' Wild (1936) as Dad Parker
The Final Hour (1936) as Blind Tom
Gun Smoke (1936) as Sheriff
Silly Billies (1936) as Settler
Traveling dentists in the old West try to save a small town from an Indian attack.
Men of the Plains (1936) as [Ed] Green
Step on It (1936) as Captain Allan
The Cowboy and the Kid (1936) as Sheriff Bailey
The Kid Ranger (1936) as Jim Burton
Santa Fe Bound (1936) as Sheriff
The Mysterious Avenger (1936) as Maitland
Idaho Kid (1936) as [John] Endicott
Last of the Warrens (1936) as Sheriff
Custer's Last Stand (1936) as Captain Benteen
When some men are attacked by Indians, a survivor obtains an Indian medicine arrow. An Indian tells Blade he has found gold but will not tell him where until he has that arrow. So Blade starts killing the survivors of the attack but fails to get the arrow. One of the men he kills is John Cardigan and Kit Cardigan, a Scout for Custer, now starts looking for the killer of his father.
Party Wire (1935) as
When a small-town girl's boyfriend leaves in disgrace, gossips spread false reports of her pregnancy.
Rio Rattler (1935) as Pop
The Keeper of the Bees (1935) as Dr. Grayson
Swifty (1935) as Sandy McGregor
Kid Courageous (1935) as
The man Bannister has sent to investigate the trouble at his mine has disappeared. This time his son Bob goes, quickly learning that Kincade is the culprit. Kincade has been taking gold from the mine and now plans to kidnap Teresa and skip across the border.
Queen of the Jungle (1935) as Kali
A 12-chapter serial built around stock footage from a 1922 silent serial, "The Jungle Goddess",young David Worth (Dickie Jones) and Joan Lawrence (Marilyn Spinner)are children with a group of explorers that are seeking African radium deposits. They are playing in the basket of the party's air baloon when the bag takes off with Joan aboard, last seen sailing over the back-lot jungle. This puts a chill on the expedition and all hands return to whence they came. The end of chapter 1, "Lost in the Clouds", finds Marilyn's baloon being shot down by the flaming arrows of a native tribe. Chapter 2,"Radium Rays", reveals that Joan survived her descent and the tribe named "the child from the sky" as their queen and priestess.A flash foward of about 18 years finds that the now-adult David (Reed Howes)has returned to Africa to search for his long-lost childhood friend.He hits the trail and is quickly captured by the tribesmen and is brought to their sadistic ruler,who turns out to be a now-grown Joan (Mary Kornman.) Unaware of his or her own true identity, she orders the stranger sacrificed to the tribal god. David is tied before a huge idol whose eyes shine as a concealed radium cylinder is uncovered. Chapter 2 ends with David's clothes smoking and burning and the beams intensifying. Dire straits indeed for David, but there is hope since there are ten chapters to go.
The Desert Trail (1935) as Sheriff of Poker City
Rodeo star John Scott and his gambler friend Kansas Charlie are wrongly accused of armed robbery. They leave town as fast as they can to go looking for their own suspects in Poker City.
The Test (1935) as Dad McVey
Range Warfare (1935) as
Western Justice (1935) as
The Law of 45's (1935) as Hayden
Wolf Riders (1935) as Clark
Coyote Trails (1935) as John Baker
Big Boy Rides Again (1935) as Tap Smiley
Receiving an urgent letter from his father to return home, Tom Duncan arrives to find him murdered. When his servant and then his sidekick disappear, Tom sees a masked stranger leaving the ranch and chases him. But the stranger's men are waiting and Tom soon finds himself a prisoner.
The Hawk (1935) as Jim King
Ivory-Handled Guns (1935) as Sheriff Crane
The Revenge Rider (1935) as Minister
Tim McCoy, Robert Allen, Billie Seward, Edward Earle, Frank Sheridan. Cowboy Tim McCoy becomes an instrument of revenge when he discovers his parents have been murdered.
The Drunkard (1935) as Barkeeper
The Girl Friend (1935) as Station agent
The Ghost Rider (1935) as Jake
Jim Bullard escapes from prison and returns to settle matters with the Rascob's that framed him. He kills two of them leaving an ace as his calling card. Bull remembers the deck of cards that fell when he fought Dave had no aces and the Rascob's set out after him. Trapped in a cabin, Dave receives unexpected help from Bullard.
Mystery Mountain (1934)
Ken Williams is determined to discover the identity of the mysterious Rattler, who preys upon railroads and transportation companies like that owned by Jane Corwin. The Rattler is especially difficult to catch because of his skill at disguising himself as other people.
Blazing Guns (1934) as John Rickard
Port of Lost Dreams (1934) as Justice of the peace
City Park (1934) as Matt O'Donnell
Lightning Bill (1934) as Tom Ross
Outlaws' Highway (1934) as [Sheriff] Hibbs
The Quitter (1934) as Zack
The Man from Utah (1934) as Judge Carter
The Marshal sends John Weston to a rodeo to see if he can find out who is killing the rodeo riders who are about to win the prize money. Barton has organized the rodeo and plans to leave with all the prize money put up by the townspeople. When it appears that Weston will beat Barton's rider, he has his men prepare the same fate for him that befell the other riders.
The Lone Defender (1934) as Sheriff Billings
A prospector is murdered by The Cactus Kid and his gang, who hope to find the murdered man's goldmine. The miner's dog, Rin-Tin-Tin, recognizes the killers, who thereafter seek to use the dog to locate the lost mine. With the help of a government agent and a young girl, Rinty saves the mine and brings the bad guys to justice.
A Demon for Trouble (1934) as Sheriff
Rawhide Mail (1934) as Sheriff
Frontier Days (1934) as Grandpa Wilson
Henry Jethrow is after the Wilson ranch. He has George Wilson unknowningly sign a note for the ranch, has him killed, and then presents the note. The Pinto Kid, investigating cattle rustlers, accidentally drops his glove at the murder scene and now has a price on his head. He has Beth Wilson turn him and use the reward money to reclaim the note. Now he has to escape jail and find the real killers.
West of the Divide (1934) as Winter
Ted Hayden impersonates a wanted man and joins Gentry's gang only to learn later that Gentry was the one who killed his father. He saves Virginia Winters' dad's ranch from Gentry and also rescues his long-lost brother Spud.
Blue Steel (1934) as Dad Mason
When Sheriff Jake sees a man at the safe and then finds the payroll gone, he trails him. Just as he is about to arrest him, the man saves his life. Still suspicious, he joins up with the man and later they learn that Melgrove, the towns leading citizen, is trying to take over the area's ranches by having his gang stop all incoming supply wagons. With the ranchers about to sell to Melgrove, the two newcomers say they will bring in provisions.
The Boss Cowboy (1934) as Nolan
Tracy Rides (1934) as Jim Green
Hell Bent for Love (1934) as Dad Daley
Rawhide Romance (1934) as Roger Whitney
The Battling Buckaroo (1934) as Don Felipe Mendoza
Ridin' Thru (1934) as Elmer [Dan] Brooks
Dad Brooks is in financial trouble and needs to sell a lot of horses. But they are being rustled and needing help, he sends for Tom. Tom looks for the rustlers but eventually realizes that someone is using a wild horse to do the rustling. He finds the secret entrance used by the rustlers to hide the horses but soon finds himself a prisoner.
The Silver Bullet (1934) as Dad Kane
Tom Henderson is made Sheriff of Chico to fight Slim Walker's gang. Unknown to Tom, banker Luke Hargrave is the gang's real boss. Dad Kane is looking for the man that blinded him whom he can remember by his voice. He finds him when the gang robs the bank and Tom chases them down.
The Fighting Trooper (1934) as Trapper
Mystery Squadron, The (1933)
Hank Davis, foreman on a huge dam project, enlists the aid of his two flyer friends when a sinister figure known as The Black Ace leads his Mystery Squadron of masked pilots in an attempt to destroy the dam.
Gun Justice (1933) as Postmaster
Wanting the Lance ranch, Burkett kills Lance and brings in an imposter to pose as the heir Ken Lance. Ken learns of the plan, captures the imposter, and arrives posing as himself. In an ensuing gunfight a man is killed and Ken is in trouble when not only is he accused of the murder, but the imposter escapes and convinces the Sheriff he's the real Ken Lance.
Terror Trail (1933) as Shay
With the Sheriff and the Vigilantes not bringing in the Paint Horse gang, the Governor sends for Tom Munroe. He is soon on to their game. After their robberies they ride off on different mounts while Casino hides the paint horses. Tom learns the name of the leader when Casino confesses but he and a few men are then trapped in a ranch house when the gang attacks.
Fighting Texans (1933) as Sheriff Carver
Nash makes fast talking salesman Graves the manager of a new oil well being drilled. Graves continues his sales pitch getting the townspeople to buy shares in the well. When Nash arrives, shuts down the well, takes the money and leaves, and the angry mob starts to gather, Graves is in trouble.
Riders of Destiny (1933) as Sheriff Bill Baxter
Badguy Kincaid controls the local water supply and plans to do in the other ranchers. Government agent Saunders shows up undercover to do in Kincaid and win the heart of one of his victims Fay Denton.
The Telegraph Trail (1933) as Lafe
An Army scout volunteers to string telegraph wires through Indian territory.
Man from Monterey (1933) as Don Jose Castanares
A U.S. Cavalry officer tries to protect Spanish landowners in California.
Trail Drive (1933) as Jameson
Galloping Romeo (1933) as Marshal
The Dude Bandit (1933) as Mr. Brown
Cross Fire (1933) as Daniel Plummer
A war hero takes on gangsters who have invaded a wild West town.
Under Secret Orders (1933) as Franklyn Lawrence
Jaws of Justice (1933) as "Seeker" Dean
Seeker Dean has found the gold he has been looking for for 15 years. Heading for the Government office, Boone Jackson kills him. Kickabout finds a cryptogram as to the gold's location and Sergeant Kinkaid solves the puzzle. But Jackson learns of the gold's location and to get it, he sets out to dynamite the dam that would flood the entire communuty.
Deadwood Pass (1933) as Sheriff Rawlins
The Hawk has broken out of prison and the Sheriff and Sorrenson have a plan to have Whitlock pose as the Hawk, infiltrate the gang, and recover the stolen bonds. All goes well until The Chief who knows the real Hawk arrives.
Lightning Range (1933) as Judge [Williams]
Hello Trouble (1932) as Sherriff Edwards
After killing a friend in a gunfight, Jeff Douglas quits the Texas Rangers. He arrives at the Kenyon ranch just as Jonathan Kenyon apparently commits suicide. He and Janet Kenyon then become the new half owners. At first he refuses to wear a gun and is believed to be a coward, but as trouble mounts he straps it on once again.
The Texan (1932) as
Young Blood (1932) as Colonel Bondage
Nick is a modern day Robin Hood. But he has to split with his gang and the crooked Sheriff. When the Sheriff kills the Countess he arrests Nick. When they put the rope around his neck Nick reaches for the confession he got from the Sheriff, but it is missing.
Self-Defense (1932) as Sandy McKenzie
The Big Stampede (1932) as Cal Brett
A new sheriff faces the rustlers who killed his predecessor.
Man from New Mexico (1932) as Sheriff
Without Honor (1932) as Frank Henderson
The Riding Tornado (1932) as Hiram Olcott
The Fighting Champ (1932) as Sheriff Jim Cosgrove
Hell-Fire Austin (1932) as Uncle Joe
Fighting for Justice (1932) as Sam Tracey
A cowboy fighting to save his land is framed for murder.
Tombstone Canyon (1932) as Colonel Lee
Maynard hears the cry of the weird masked "phantom" of Tombstone Canyon. The plot thickens when Maynard discovers a man with a key to his past has been murdered by the phantom.
Boiling Point (1932) as Tom Kirk
Jimmy's uncle George gives him 30 days probation on Kirk's ranch to control his temper or lose his inheritance. There he gets tangled up with a gang of robbers whose boss is Narbrough, his rival for Kirk's daughter Laura.
The Gay Buckaroo (1932) as "Sporty Bill" Field
Gold (1932) as Jeff Sellers
The Spirit of the West (1932) as Bowie Moore
End of the Trail (1932) as Col. Burke
Framed by Major Jenkins, Capt. Travers is kicked out of the Army. When Travers, now living with the Indians, is captured by Jenkins, the Indians attack the fort. With his men greatly outnumbered Colonel Burke realizes that Travers is their only chance.
Mark of the Spur (1932) as "Hardshell" Beckett
Klondike (1932) as Seth
Lightning Warrior, The (1931)
A Rin-Tin-Tin serial presented in 12 episodes. The mysterious Wolf Man is terrorizing settlers in a western town. With the help of Rinty, young Jimmy Carter unmasks the Wolf Man and foils his evil plot.
Neck and Neck (1931) as Colonel Rickson
Border Law (1931) as
Grief Street (1931) as Michael
The Lady from Nowhere (1931) as A member of Barstow's gang
The Fighting Marshal (1931) as Clint Wheeler
Alias--The Bad Man (1931) as Clem Neville
Collins kills Neville and Warner and makes it look like they killed each other. Ranger Ken Neville suspects Collins and joins his outlaw gang in an attempt to trap him.
Range Law (1931) as Frisco
The Hurricane Horseman (1931) as Señor Roberto
Gomex has kidnapped Don Roberto and is holding him for ransom. Hoping to rescue Roberto and his daughter, Smith gets a job in Gomez's camp supposedly to repair their guns. Instead he fixes the guns so they will misfire. When Gomez refuses to let him go, he sends his horse for the Sheriff.
Red Fork Range (1931) as Charles Farell
West of Cheyenne (1931) as Lafe Langdon
With his father accused of murder, Tom heads after the real murderer who lives in a town of outlaws where no one is allowed in or out. To gain entry he poses as an escaping outlaw with his sidekick Banty posing as the pursuing lawman. This lets Tom join the gang but there is trouble later when Banty gets caught and sentenced to die.
Two Gun Man (1931) as Joe Kearney
The Cyclone Kid (1931) as Harvey Comstock
Partners of the Trail (1931) as Sheriff McWade
Vanishing Legion, The (1931)
A mysterious master criminal known as The Voice plots with his gang to sabotage the Milesburg Oil Company, but the rightful heir has a secret army of her own to protect her rights.
The Lonesome Trail (1930) as Sheriff
Under Montana Skies (1930) as Pinky
Cowhand Clay Conning (Kenneth Harlan) rescues a theatrical troupe in the town of Red Rock by using the lead singer/dancer, Blondie (Nita Martan), to threaten to compromise the hotel owner, Abner Jenkins (Harry Todd). Clay pays their hotel bill but Martha Jenkins (Ethel Wales) whose husband also owns the opera house objects to the showing going on. Clay, who has fallen in love with Mary (Dorothy Gulliver), the troupe's leading lady, begins courting Mrs. Jenkins at a level she thinks is higher than he does. Frank Blake (Charles King), a cattle rustler convicted by Clay, holds up the box office after the show begins.
Near the Rainbow's End (1930) as Tom Bledsoe
Code of Honor (1930) as Dad Bradfield
Cardsharp Jack Cardigan (Mahlon Hamilton) decides to go straight when he meets Doris Bradfield (Doris Hill), but is forced to use his talents on behalf of her dad (Lafe McKee), whose land-grant title has fallen into the hands of Jed Harden (Robert Greaves Jr.) through the gambling weakness of Bradfield's son Tom (Stanley Taylor).
Breed of the West (1930) as Colonel Sterner
There is a feud on the Colonel's ranch between his foreman Longrope and some of the hands. The Colonel is firing those that don't get along with Longrope and it looks like Wally will be next. But things change when Jim overhears Longrope's plan to rob the Colonel. Longrope shoots Jim and this sends Wally into action.
The Utah Kid (1930) as Parson Joe
Cal Reynolds, known as The Utah Kid (Rex Lease) eludes a sheriff's posse and takes refuge in Robber's Roost, a hideout for outlaws running from the law complete with its own dirt-floor saloon. Jennie Lee (Dorothy Sebastian), a school teacher from a nearby town is out sight-seeing and is picked up by a couple of the boys and brought into the saloon. Since they aren't gentleman and don't believe in "finders-keepers", a brawl breaks out over who gets the girl until Cal steps forward and claims she is his fiancee who had followed him there and hands off, thank you. Some of the boys, including Baxter (Boris Karloff) aren't buying and, just to prove Cal's claim is true, trot out Parson Joe (Lafe McKee) to tie the knot. Jennie also forgets to mention she is engaged to town Sheriff Bentley (Walter Miller. ) Cal, realizing that he is now really married, decides to reform but he isn't far along in his program before Sheriff Bentley and a posse of deputies show up looking for Jennie, and the outlaws think Cal has gone too far too fast reference his reformation and blame him. To prove otherwise Cal joins the gang in a battle against the law and wounds the sheriff, but later saves his life. Gang leader Butch (Tom Santschi) is killed in a duel with Cal, and Jennie decides that Cal is the man for her.
The California Mail (1929) as William Butler
The Amazing Vagabond (1929) as Phil Dunning
Saddle Mates (1928) as Grouchy Ferris, veteran of the Lazy B
Freckles (1928) as Duncan
The Riding Renegade (1928) as Sheriff Jim Taylor
On the Divide (1928) as
Trailin' Back (1928) as
The Upland Rider (1928) as John Graham
Painted Trail (1928) as Dan Winters
Trail Riders (1928) as
Riding to Fame (1927) as Dr. Lorentz
Daring Deeds (1927) as John Courtney
The Ridin' Rowdy (1927) as Doc
Roarin' Broncs (1927) as
Hellhounds of the Plains (1927) as "Big" John Lawson
Rawhide (1926) as The Law
The Bonanza Buckaroo (1926) as Mr. Andrew Gordon
The Bandit Buster (1926) as Henry Morton
Fort Frayne (1926) as Col. John Farrar
West of the Law (1926) as Jim Armstrong
Twin Triggers (1926) as Silas Trigger, Muriel's ex-husband
Baited Trap (1926) as Bobbie's father
Triple Action (1925) as Don Pío Méndez
The Human Tornado (1925) as Peter Daley
On the Go (1925) as Mr. Hall
Warrior Gap (1925) as John Folsom
Pursued (1925) as District Attorney
Saddle Cyclone (1925) as Burns
Double Action Daniels (1925) as The Banker
Bringin' Home the Bacon (1924) as Judge Simpson
Thundering Romance (1924) as The sheriff
Hard Hittin' Hamilton (1924) as Jim Downing
Rainbow Rangers (1924) as Luke Warner
Mile a Minute Morgan (1924) as Chester Jennings
Western Grit (1924) as Jed Black
Blood Test (1923) as
The Lone Wagon (1923) as
Blazing Arrows (1922) as Elias Thornby
Little Orphant Annie (1918) as The good squire
The City of Purple Dreams (1918) as Pat Kelly
The Lad and the Lion (1917) as James Bankinton
The Adventures of Kathlyn (1916) as Colonel Hare

Cast (short)

Wells Fargo Days (1944)
In this short western, a gunman attempts to avoid trouble in a new town. Vitaphone Release 1226A.

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