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Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Casualties (1997) as Camera Operator
A woman meets a professional assassin in a cooking class and the pair fall in love.
2.
Ernest Scared Stupid (1991) as Optical Camera
On the day before Halloween, Ernest releases a 200-year-old troll. Then, he must spend the next day and a half trying to destroy it before it takes all the children in the town.
3.
Double Impact (1991) as Optical Camera
Twin brothers meet, after being raised apart in different cultures, and take on the Chinese mafia in Hong Kong to avenge the murder of their parents and to reclaim their stolen inheritance.
4.
Ernest Goes to Jail (1990) as Optical Camera Operator
Ernest gets mixed up with a lookalike in jail.
5.
The Forty-Niners (1954) as Photography
A man poses as a gunman to learn the identity of three killers.
6.
Bitter Creek (1954) as Photography
A man attempts to find the killer of his brother.
7.
Vigilante Terror (1953) as Director of Photography
8.
Star of Texas (1953) as Photography
9.
The Homesteaders (1953) as Photography
A man faces numerous travails transporting a consignment of dynamite for a group of Oregon homesteaders.
10.
Topeka (1953) as Director of Photography
11.
Rebel City (1953) as Photography
12.
The Marksman (1953) as Photography
13.
The Frontier Phantom (1952) as Photography
14.
Fargo (1952) as Director of Photography
The brother (House Peters, Jr.) of rancher Bill Martin (Wild Bill Elliott) is killed in a stampede started by cattleman. Bill returns to the Fargo country to take his brother's place and is welcomed by law-abiding cattleman MacKenzie (Jack Ingram) and his daughter Kathy (Phyllis Coates.) The leader of the ruthless cattle interests are townsman Austin (Arthur Space) and his henchmen Red (Myron Healey), Link (Robert Wilke) and Albord (Terry Frost.) Bill has the idea of putting up barbed wire to keep the herds from been driven over the land cultivated by the farmers. He, aided by Tad Sloan (Fuzzy Knight), produces the wire by make-shift methods, but it proves effective. The cattleman charge in court that the wire is dangerous to their herds but lose the case. Austin orders his men to seize Bill, bale him in strands of the wire, and throw him on the stage of the town hall during a fall festival. Bill doesn't take kindly to this and it precipitates open war.
15.
Battle Zone (1952) as Photography
A rivalry develops between two Marine combat photographers over the attentions of a Red Cross nurse during their stint in the Korean War.
16.
Waco (1952) as Director of Photography
Matt Boone (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott) kills Bull Clark (Ray Bennett) in self defense in a crooked poker game, and leaves Waco as he is certain he would not get a fair trial. He joins an outlaw gang led by Curly Ivers (I. Stanford Jolley), whose lieutenant is Lou Garcia (Paul Fierro), a killer. Following a bank holdup in Pecos, Matt is captured. Two of Waco's leading citizens, Richards (Terry Frost) and Farley (Pierce Lyden), pay the Pecos sheriff (Russ Whiteman) the reward Waco had posted for Matt and bring him back to Waco. There, they tell him they want him to be the sheriff and drive out the lawless element. Matt has trouble with Kathy Clark (Pamela Blake) and her cowhands but she soon realizes that Matt is not a killer, and is a honest lawmen. The Texas Rangers capture Ivers and his gang, except for Garcia who has sworn to kill Matt before he is ever captured. Ivers warns Matt of Garcia. Matt takes off his badge, opens Ivers' cell and starts out to find Garcia. Ivers gives Matt wrong directions and then Ivers prepares to shoot Garcia when he comes looking for Matt. Garcia shoots Ivers and Matt, arriving back in town, kills Garcia. Ivers dies after wishing future happiness for Matt and Cathy.
17.
The Black Lash (1952) as Photography
18.
Texas City (1952) as Director of Photography
19.
Hellgate (1952) as Director of Photography
A man is accused of spying for the confedaracy, and sentenced to the notorious Hellgate Prison. After he unsuccessfully attempts to breakout, and is sentenced to solitary confinement, he redeems himself when the prison is taken down by a plague.
20.
Montana Incident (1952) as Director of Photography
A corrput woman tries to prevent Whip Wilson and his friend from building a railroad line on her father's territory.
21.
No Holds Barred (1952) as Director of Photography
The Bowery Boys enter the wrestling world when one of them develops superhuman powers.
22.
The Gunman (1952) as Photography
A newspaper editor and a lawman unite to break up a protection racket.
23.
Night Raiders (1952) as Director of Photography
24.
Dead Man's Trail (1952) as Director of Photography
25.
Kansas Territory (1952) as Director of Photography
26.
The Maverick (1952) as Director of Photography
Army Lieutenant Devlin (Bill Elliott) is ordered to take Sgt. Frick(Myron Healey), Corporal Johnson(Robert Bray) and some troopers to break up a gang of gunmen hired by Frank Bullitt(Richard Reeves), leader of the cattlemen, to drive homesteaders from the range. Devlin's troop captures Bullitt and three of the hired killers: Fane(Gregg Barton), Karns (Denver Pyle) and Nixon (eugene Roth.) En route to Fort Jeffrey with the prisoners, the troop overtakes a wagon carrying Della Watson (Phyllis Coates) and her grandmother (Florence Lake), and Devlin reluctantly agrees to let the two women accompany his party. Meanwhile, Bullitt's foreman, Massey (Robert Wilke),has sent more gunmen to free the prisoners, and the disgruntled Lt. Frick has sold out to Bullitt.
27.
Man from the Black Hills (1952) as Director of Photography
Jim Fallon (James Ellison as Jimmy Ellison) is summoned to Rim Rock by Hugh Delaney (Ray Bennett), an uncle he has not seen in years. Delaney wants to inform Jim that he has located Jim's elderly father, Pop Fallon (Stanley Andrews), who is blind, and that a young imposter who calls himself Jimmy Fallon (Rand Brooks)has established himself as Pop's son. Pop owns a rich gold mine and is cared for by his housekeeper Martha (Florence Lake.) Jim's pal Johnny (Johnny Mack Brown) accompanies him to Rim Rock. Before they can hear Delaney's story, Delaney is badly wounded as he and two miner friends, Ed Roper (Robert Bray) and Shealey (Stanley Price), hold up the stage and take a shipment of gold from the Fallon mine for the third time. In Rim Rock, neither Pop nor Martha believe Jim's story about Jimmy being an imposter. Jimmy is actually the son of Rim Rock storekeeper Pete Ingram (I. Stanford Jolley) who had waited for years to present Jimmy as Fallon's son and get control of Fallon's fortune.
28.
Canyon Ambush (1952) as Director of Photography
A mysterious masked rider and his gang are murdering ranchers and robbing stages. Government Agent Johnny Mack Brown has been called in to help the Sheriff. Capturing a henchman he learns of everyone involved except the boss, the masked rider. He eventually suspects the Wells Fargo Agent and has a plan that will trick him into a confession.
29.
Wyoming Roundup (1952) as Director of Photography
Whip Wilson and his friend gain local attention in a small Western town after breaking up a saloon fight.
30.
Wanted Dead or Alive (1951) as Director of Photography
Taggart and his men are breaking wanted outlaws out of jail and then killing them for the reward money. Marshal's Whip, Jim, and Fuzzy have a plan to trap the gang. Whip poses as a wanted outlaw while Jim joins Taggart's gang and helps break him out. But there is trouble when gang member Mike, wanting a bigger cut, double-crosses everyone.
31.
The Thundering Trail (1951) as Photography
32.
The Vanishing Outpost (1951) as Photography
33.
Little Big Horn (1951) as Director of Photography
34.
Whistling Hills (1951) as Director of Photography
This somewhat off-the-beaten-path-formula for a Saturday matinee B-western has Johnny Mack Brown (Johnny Mack Brown) being hired by stageline owner Chet Norman (I. Stanford Jolley)to stop a series of stagecoach holdups that always take place when the driver, Pete (Bud Osborne), sees a mystery rider and hears the weird notes of a silver whistle. Sheriff Dave Holland (James Ellison as Jimmy Ellison), in love with Chet's niece, Beth Fairchild (Noel Neill), and jealous of Johnny, gives grudging help. Town banker Roger Claine (Marshall Reed), is the mastermind behind the gang led by the Mystery Rider and Slade (Lee Roberts), and is having an affair with waitress Cora (Pamela Duncan), and has promised her he will kill Slade when they have enough money. Beth is shot by Dave in an aborted holdup that reveals her to be the Mystery Rider, working with Claine in a spirit of revenge, thinking that her uncle had stolen the stageline from her father.
35.
Everybody's Girl (1951) as Photography
36.
The Steel Helmet (1951) as Director of Photography
Americans trapped behind enemy lines fight off Communists during the Korean War.
37.
Lawless Cowboys (1951) as Director of Photography
38.
The Daltons' Women (1951) as Photography
The Dalton gang has moved west taking new identities and Marshals Lash and Fuzzy are after them. They receive help from Pinkerton agent Joan Talbot as they try to sort out who the bad guys really are.
39.
The Longhorn (1951) as Director of Photography
A rancher heads up a trail drive of cattle to cross breed, but is undermined by his devious partner.
40.
Oklahoma Justice (1951) as Director of Photography
Johnny Mack Brown (Johnny Mack Brown), operating out of the Marshal's office, poses as a band bandit and stage robber, aided by his friend, stage driver Clancy (James Ellison as Jimmy Ellison), in order to learn the identity of a gang that has been pulling off stagecoach and bank robberies. The gang is headed by widowed ranch owner Ma Posey (Barbara Allen) and includes Blackie Marshall (Marshall Reed), Deuce Logan (Lane Bradford), Tad (Zon Murray) and a traveling bank examiner,Fleming (I. Stanford Jolley), who tips the gang off on money movement.
41.
Stage to Blue River (1951) as Director of Photography
Marshal Whip Wilson (Whip Wilson) and his pal, Texas (Fuzzy Knight), come to the aid of Joyce Westbrook (Phyllis Coates) after her father (Steve Clark) is killed by henchmen of a mysterious Mr. Blackwell, who is after the stage line contract left to Joyce. She tries to get a government mail contract, but one of the conditions is that her stage line must be proven safe. Whip, Texas and Ted Crosby (Lee Roberts) have several battles with the outlaws, and Whip learns that attorney Kingsley (John Hart) is one of the plotters and, with the help of the postmaster (William Fawcett), he discovers that Mr. Blackwell is really Sheriff Bill Preston (Pierce Lyden).
42.
Stagecoach Driver (1951) as Director of Photography
43.
Canyon Raiders (1951) as Director of Photography
Sam Wellman (I. Stanford Jolley), Lou Banks (Riley Hill) and Jack Marlin (Marshall Reed) have stolen horses from ranchers and have them corralled in Baxter Canyon, hoping to sell them at inflated prices to the Army with forged bill of sales. Whip Wilson (Whip Wilson) arrives in town in time to separate homesteader Texas Milburn (Fuzzy Knight) and gambler Hemingway (Bill Kennedy) from a gunfight caused by the latter's manipulation of the cards. Alice Long (Phyllis Coates), acting sheriff for her ill father, intercedes and meets Whip, who tells her he is looking for his rancher friend Jim Bannon (Jim Bannon) who has lost his horse herd to the rustlers. Texas and his wife Ruth (Barbara Woodell) arrive at their new new located at the entrance to Baxter Canyon and are driven off by the rustlers. Texas reports his plight to Alice, who arranges a posse to hide in a wagon which she drives to the canyon. The rustlers kill all but Alice, who they take prisoner. Whip, posing as an outlaw, infiltrates the gang in the hope of rescuing Alice and putting an end to the rustlers.
44.
Skipalong Rosenbloom (1951) as Director of Photography
45.
Nevada Badmen (1951) as Director of Photography
46.
Texas Lawmen (1951) as Director of Photography
47.
Gunfire (1950) as Director of Photography
48.
Hollywood Varieties (1950) as Director of Photography
49.
Motor Patrol (1950) as Photography
50.
Marshal of Heldorado (1950) as Director of Photography
The Tulliver brothers are terrorizing the town of Heldorado and Shamrock has been sent to round them up. Arriving posing as a dude, he gets two of them early when they shoot each other trying to shoot him. After he finishes off a third brother, the Tullivers bring in reinforcements and rob the bank. With his identity now revealed, Shamrock organizes a posse and they all head out after them.
51.
I Shot Billy the Kid (1950) as Director of Photography
The legendary outlaw''''s tumultuous relationship with Sheriff Pat Garrett leads to violence.
52.
Hostile Country (1950) as Director of Photography
The first of a series of six westerns produced by Ron Ormond for Lippert distribution starring two ex-Hopalong Cassidy sidekicks, which means it also is the first one in the series that was a direct swipe from one of A. H. Hackel's mid-30's Supreme westerns - in this case 1935's "No Man's Range" with Bob Steele - in which Ron Ormond and Maurice Tombragel never looked back while giving themselves an "original" writing credit. Shamrock (Jimmy Ellison) is summoned to the ranch of his stepfather Henry Oliver (George Chesebro) whom he has never met. He still hasn't met him when he gets there because Knowlton (George J. Lewis) shows up posing as Oliver. Lucky Hayden (Russell Hayden) is along as Shamrock's sidekick or, to be more specific, the role played by whisker-faced Buck Connor in the original.
53.
Radar Secret Service (1950) as Director of Photography
G-men track stolen Uranium-238 shipment using new radar technology; they also recruit the girlfriend of a gang member as an informant. Radar helps, but it takes an undercover blonde to really get the goods on criminal masterminds.
54.
Colorado Ranger (1950) as Director of Photography
Shamrock, Lucky, and the Colonel arrive in Cactus Junction where they are given badges by the Sheriff and offered money by Morgan to drive the ranchers off the land. Instead they bring in the outlaw Loco Joe and two of his henchmen. Dissatisfied with the original three, Morgan now makes the same offer to the three outlaws.
55.
King of the Bullwhip (1950) as Photography
Marshals Lash and Fuzzy have been sent to bring in the masked whip wielding El Azote. When Lash displays his ability with his whip, he is hired to impersonate El Azote. This eventually brings the two together for the climatic whip fight.
56.
Crooked River (1950) as Director of Photography
After Shamrock breaks up a stage robbery attempt by Kent and his men, he trails them to their hideout. Posing as an outlaw he joins them and meets their leader Lucky. But Kent and the others soon quit Lucky to go with the more famous outlaw Gentry. Shamrock learns of their plans and organizes a posse to face them in a showdown.
57.
Bandit Queen (1950) as Director of Photography
Zara Montalve (Barbara Britton), half Spanish and half America, returns to her native California in time to see her parents (Cecile Weston and Victor Kilian) murdered for their hacienda and gold by Sheriff Jim Harding (Barton MacLane) and his gang. Posing as Lola Belmont, an American visiting from Detroit, teams up with Joaquin Murietta (Philip Reed), posing as Carlos Del Rio), to form a Robin-Hood type band that takes vengeance on the gang and restores stolen gold to its rightful owners, aided by militia leader Dan Hinsdale (Willard Parker.)
58.
Border Rangers (1950) as Director of Photography
59.
Train to Tombstone (1950) as Director of Photography
60.
West of the Brazos (1950) as Director of Photography
Returning to see his mother, Shamrock gets into a gunfight and afterwards the wounded Marshal gets him to take his badge and assume his identity. He arrives to find his mother has died, oil has been discovered on her ranch, and a man impersonating him is about to be declared the heir. In court, not only does the fake heir win but Shamrock is arrested for impersonating an Officer.
61.
Fast on the Draw (1950) as Director of Photography
When Shamrock was young, the Cat killed his parents. Now grown, Shamrock gets appointed Marshal when he breaks up a robbery attempt by Tex and his men. Tex works for the Cat and when he and his men rob the Express Office, Shamrock takes out after them hoping to get not only the gang, but also the Cat.
62.
Western Pacific Agent (1950) as Director of Photography
63.
The Gay Amigo (1949) as Cinematographer
Chasing Mexican bandits, the Captain sees Cisco and Pancho ride away. Assuming they are the bandits he captures them and then lets them go. He has them followed figuring they will lead him to the entire gang. Cisco learns the editor and the blacksmith are the leaders. He makes the blacksmith think his partner double-crossed him and then joins up with him as his new partner planning to lead the entire gang into a trap.
64.
Death Valley Gunfighter (1949) as Director of Photography
Rocky Lane (Allan Lane) hits the trail when he gets word that one of two brothers in a partner-ship mining project has been killed by outlaws trying to gain possession of the mine. The other brother, Nugget Clark (Eddy Waller), a testy old sourdough, wants no part of the law, and is particularly set against the young sheriff, Keith Ames (William Henry), courting his niece Trudy (Gail Davis). Playing to the old man's ego, Rocky takes charge of the situation.
65.
I Shot Jesse James (1949) as Director of Photography
After shooting his best friend, an outlaw tries to cope with guilt.
66.
Law of the Golden West (1949) as Director of Photography
67.
Frontier Investigator (1949) as Director of Photography
68.
Outlaw Country (1949) as Photography
69.
Red Desert (1949) as Director of Photography
The Pecos Kid (Don Barry) is ambushed on the Red Desert and left to die by the man he was hunting. As he muses about his fate, he recalls President U.S.Grant (Joseph Crehan) and Colonel McMasters (Tom London) assigning him the task of capturing a notorious man of many disguises and aliases, Lefty Jordon, killer and robber of government gold bullion. Pecos leaves Washington, D.C and while coming West on a stagecoach he meets casino owner John Williams (Tom Neal), jeweler Sparky Jackson (Byron Foulger) and saloon entertainer Hazel Carter (Margia Dean.) Williams and his partner Deacon Smith (Jack Holt) hire Pecos as a card dealer. Pecos discovers that Williams is shipping bullion processed into jewelry and, when he starts after Williams, is forced to kill Smith. Williams escapes into the desert but is killed by Pecos after a long chase. He then realizes that Williams is not the wanted Lefty Jordan. Recovering from his wound, he heads to town to deal with Jordan as he now knows who Jordan really is.
70.
Son of a Badman (1949) as Cinematographer
71.
The Valiant Hombre (1949) as Cinematographer
The Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo) and Pancho (Leo Carrillo) find a dog, Daisy (played by Daisy), grieving for its lost master. Cisco senses a plot when he later learns that the missing man, Paul Mason (John James), recently discovered a gold lode in the nearby hills. The trail leads to the owner of a gambling hall, Lon Lansdell (John Litel). Linda Mason (Barbara Billingsley), searching for her lost brother, is met when she arrives by Cisco, who tries to hell her the true story as he sees it, but she prefers to believe Landell's version of her brother's disappearance. Lansdell leads Linda to her brother, and she is used in an attempt to make Mason disclose the location of his gold strike. But Cisco and Pancho are close by.
72.
Square Dance Jubilee (1949) as Director of Photography
Two talent scouts for a New York-based country music TV show called "Square Dance Jubilee" are sent out West to get authentic western singing acts. They find what they're looking for, but also get mixed up in cattle rustling and murder.
73.
The Dalton Gang (1949) as Director of Photography
Deputy Marshal Larry West (Don Barry) arrives in Rincon to investigate the murders of several ranchers. Blackie Mullet (Robert Lowery), leader of a gang working for the local land-and-water company, tries to convince Larry that the Indians are responsible for the killings, while Larry's old friend newspaper editor Amos Boling (Byron Foulger) and his assistant Polly Medford (Julie Adams as Betty Adams)tell him they suspect the land company and that Blackie is actually head of the infamous Dalton gang. Sheriff Jeb Marvin (James Millican) locks Larry up after he kills Missouri Ganz (Greg McClure) in self defense. Friendly Indians, led by Chief Irahu (George J. Lewis), free Larry and he goes on the trail of Blackie and the gang.
74.
Ringside (1949) as Photography
75.
Rimfire (1949) as Director of Photography
76.
Son of Billy the Kid (1949) as Director of Photography
77.
Grand Canyon (1949) as Director of Photography
78.
Shep Comes Home (1948) as Director of Photography
79.
The Return of Wildfire (1948) as Director of Photography
80.
The Westward Trail (1948) as Director of Photography
Ann and Tom Howard arrive from the east to take up ranching. But Tom wants to return and forges his sister's name to the deed and sells it to Larson. Eddie knows there is silver ore in the area and that Lawson, who killed the Sheriff, is out to get all the ranches. When Lawson appoints himself the new Sheriff, Eddie organizes the ranchers to fight Lawson and his men.
81.
The Enchanted Valley (1948) as Director of Photography
82.
The Bold Frontiersman (1948) as Director of Photography
Smiling Jim is after the money Adam Post is collecting for a new reservoir. After Rocky breaks up his gang's attempted robbery. Jim steals the money himself, kills Harris, and gets the father and son to each believe the other did the killing. With Don confessing and scheduled to be hung, Rocky has a plan to trap Smiling Jim.
83.
The Tioga Kid (1948) as Director of Photography
"The Tioga Kid" is a remake of 1946's "Driftin' Kid" with only slight plot changes - hero Eddie Dean now has an identical twin brother working with the outlaws of stock from the original, all of the songs are recycled, most of the character names are the same, and the main difference is Jennifer Holt is now playing the role that Shirley Patterson had in "Driftin' River" as "Jenny Morgan," while most of the original cast - Dennis Moore, William Fawcett, Lee Bennett - are also here using the same character role names and, in some instances, the same footage. Eddie Dean (Eddie Dean) and sidekick Soapy Jones (Roscoe Ates)return some stolen cattle (instead of horses) to Jenny Morgan (Jennifer Holt), and Eddie runs off ranch hand Tucson Brown(Lee Bennett), who is working with the outlaws, led by Joe Morino (Dennis Moore), that includes Eddie's (unknown to him) twin Clint Mason/The Tioga Kid. After Jenny sees a wanted poster that makes her think Eddie is the Tioga Kid, Eddie has a hard time before bringing the gang to justice, aided by the change-of-heart Tioga Kid. Dean has more shirt changes than usual because of the dual role and stock footage from "Driftin' River."
84.
Check Your Guns (1948) as Director of Photography
Dean takes over as Sheriff of Red Gap and makes everyone check their guns at his office. But he is in trouble as Taggert's men continue their lawlessness and the crooked judge Hammond lets them go when they are caught.
85.
Mark of the Lash (1948) as Director of Photography
When Taggart closes off the rancher's water supply, Lash LaRue is sent for. Learning he is arriving, Taggart sends his gang to kill him. But they get the wrong man and Lash and Fuzzy set out to bring Taggart in. But he not only controls the town but has also appointed himself Sheriff.
86.
Dead Man's Gold (1948) as Director of Photography
87.
The Hawk of Powder River (1948) as Director of Photography
88.
Return of the Lash (1947) as Director of Photography
To fight Kirby and his gang, Tom Grant sends for Cheyenne Davis. To get money the ranchers need, Davis brings in wanted outlaws and sends Fuzzy to collect the rewards. But Fuzzy is waylaid on the return and loses his memory. Now neither Cheyenne or the outlaws know where the money is.
89.
Ghost Town Renegades (1947) as Director of Photography
90.
The Fighting Vigilantes (1947) as Director of Photography
91.
Pioneer Justice (1947) as Director of Photography
Judd and his gang are driving the ranchers away. When Lash and Fuzzy arrest them, the Sheriff lets them go. Lash expected this and he hopes to follow them to their leader, the person he is really after.
92.
Shadow Valley (1947) as Director of Photography
93.
Black Hills (1947) as Director of Photography
When Hadley finds gold on his land, Kirby kills him and then goes after Hadley's ranch. After Eddie Dean foils Kirby's robbery attempt, Kirby forces the assistant land agent Tuttle to sell the ranch to him. But Eddie learns of the forgery thru Tuttle's boss and goes after Kirby.
94.
Cheyenne Takes Over (1947) as Director of Photography
95.
Untamed Fury (1947) as Photography
96.
Tumbleweed Trail (1946) as Director of Photography
Barton has his men knock off Bill Ryan so that Barton will end up with his ranch. He has a forged will that gives the ranch and everything on it to him, and not Bill's kid's. But Eddie and Soapy show up to help Robin retain the ranch for as long as she can. But Barton's lawyer, Small, seems to have all the cards and wants Robin out so that Barton can pay off his debts.
97.
Stars Over Texas (1946) as Director of Photography
When Eddie and his pals deliver cattle to the Lawrence ranch, they run into trouble with Ringo Evans and his gang. Ringo's men are rustling cattle and attempting to kill the foreman. Seeing the resemblance between the foreman and his pal Waco, Eddie has Waco impersonate the foreman. They then find proof that Evans is behimd the rustling but find themselves greatly outnumbered when the gang attacks.
98.
Her Adventurous Night (1946) as Director of Photography
99.
Scotland Yard Investigator (1945) as Photography
100.
Road to Alcatraz (1945) as Photography
101.
Identity Unknown (1945) as Photography
102.
The Tiger Woman (1945) as Photography
103.
Tell It to a Star (1945) as Photography
104.
Bells of Rosarita (1945) as Photography
Dale Evans inherits a circus, but her dead father's partner (Grant Withers) is trying to take it away from her. Roy and Bob Nolan are filming a movie on location at the circus. They and a number of other western movie stars come to Dale's aid, putting on a show and catching the bad guys.
105.
Bordertown Trail (1944) as Photography
106.
Beneath Western Skies (1944) as Photography
107.
Mojave Firebrand (1944) as Photography
108.
Is Everybody Happy? (1943) as Director of Photography
109.
The Chance of a Lifetime (1943) as Director of Photography
An ex-thief helps some fellow ex-cons adjust to life as defense workers, only to get involved with a robbery investigation.
110.
California Joe (1943) as Photography
111.
Calling Wild Bill Elliott (1943) as Photography
The ruthless self-appointed Governor Nichols and his militia are driving ranchers off their land. When they go after the Culver's, Wild Bill arrives to help them and the outnumbered ranchers fight back.
112.
Mountain Rhythm (1943) as Photography
113.
Shantytown (1943) as Photography
114.
The Black Hills Express (1943) as Photography
115.
Riders of the Rio Grande (1943) as Photography
116.
Thumbs Up (1943) as Photography
117.
Death Valley Manhunt (1943) as Photography
118.
Chatterbox (1943) as Photography
119.
Dead Man's Gulch (1943) as Photography
When the Pony Express disbands, riders Tennessee and Johnny head for Adobe Wells. Tennessee becomes the Deputy Marshal while Johnny joins an outlaw gang. It's not long before Tennessee catches Johny attempting murder. As Johhnny is his best friend, he gives him another chance. But to no avail as Johnny murders a man and this time Tennessee must do his duty.
120.
The Purple V (1943) as Photography
121.
Youth on Parade (1942) as Photography
122.
Bells of Capistrano (1942) as Photography
Shag Johnson (Morgan Conway), owner of the Johnson Brothers Rodeo, has been trying for years to gain control of the World-Wide Wild West Show managed by Jennifer Benton (Virginia Grey), by fair means or foul. Gene Autry (Gene Autry) and Frog Millhouse (Smiley Burnette) arrive on the scene during a battle between the two rival shows and rescue Pa (Licien Littlefield) and Ma McCracken (Claire DuBrey) from an attack by Johnson's hired henchmen. All hands are carted off to jail, and great crowds are attracted there by Gene's singing, and Pa McCracken decides to add the singing cowboy to his World-Wide show. He does and Gene skyrockets the box-office receipts, which enrages Johnson since it appears certain that World Wide will be able to secure the contract for the annual Capistrano festival and the following Madison Square Garden rodeo. Gene refuses Johnson's offer of $10,000 per week to change shows, and Shag hires Jenkins to burn the Capistrano set-up to the ground. Pa McCracken is seriously injured and Gene learns that only a specialist from the east can save him, and his fee is $5,000. He accepts Johnson's offer in order to pay the doctor, and Jennifer is heartbroken over his apparent disloyalty. At Johnson's show, however, Gene learns of Johnson's duplicity, forces confessions from Shag and Jenkins, makes the former pay Pa's doctor bill and release Gene from his contract.
123.
Joan of Ozark (1942) as Photography
124.
Remember Pearl Harbor (1942) as Photography
125.
Arizona Terrors (1942) as Photography
126.
Raiders of the Range (1942) as Photography
127.
Hi, Neighbor (1942) as Photography
128.
Secrets of the Underground (1942) as Photography
129.
The Sundown Kid (1942) as Photography
Pinkerton Agent Tracy goes to prison to get information on a counterfeiting operation from inmate Ganley. This leads him to Dawson and his gang who take him in as a friend of Ganley. Now a member of the gang he is just learning how the operation works when Ganley, now knowing Tracy's true identity, escapes and returns to expose him.
130.
The Old Homestead (1942) as Photography
131.
A Tragedy at Midnight (1942) as Photography
This Republic murder mystery starts with a radio broadcast by Greg Sherman (John Howard) who solves cases on the air that the local police cannot solve. As he names the perpetrator of a recent murder we see the criminal, who is listening to the show, become alarmed and start to make his escape. The scene shifts to the police department where the chief, fearing for his job, assigns officers to get something, anything, on Sherman and get him off the air. Meanwhile, Greg and his pretty wife Beth (Margaret Lindsay) are parting company. He's going to a party and she's going to visit her pregnant sister in the hospital. The next morning Greg wakes up and nudges his sleeping wife. When she doesn't respond, he pulls off the covers and finds not his wife but a strange woman, dead and with the murder knife still sticking up out of her back. While he's still recovering from the shock, Beth walks into the bedroom. Thinking that she has discovered her husband with another woman, she leaves and calls the police. The police are delighted of course, but Greg escapes as they are arresting him. Now he must solve the mystery by himself...
132.
Home in Wyomin' (1942) as Photography
Radio star Gene Autry (Gene Autry) returns to his home town of Gold Ridge at the request of his old friend Pop Harrison (Forrest Taylor), who wants Gene to straighten out his wayward son, Tex Harrison (James Seay), whose gambling and drinking threaten to bankrupt the rodeo organization which he heads. News photographer Clementine "Clem" Benson (Fay McKenzie) and reporter Hack Hackett (Chick Chandler) are ordered to follow Gene. The group finds quarters at the "Bar Nothing" dude ranch, winter quarters for Tex's rodeo group, and Tex soon tangles with Hackett in a quarrel. The latter wins a thousand-dollar bag of gold from Sunrise (Olin Holwin), a miner who has earned his stake digging in the supposedly abandoned mine beneath Gold Ridge. Hackett spots a fugitive Chicago racketeer, Crowley (George Douglas), who is hiding out from the mob he has double-crossed. During a "Frontier Days" celebration, Hackett is killed and the sheriff (Hal Price) orders an investigation of all the guns of the performers, who were using blanks, and Tex's gun is found with live ammunition and he is charged with murder because of the earlier quarrel. Gene suspects Crowley as he learns of his real background, but the true killer is neither Tex nor Crowley.
133.
Shepherd of the Ozarks (1942) as Photography
134.
Yokel Boy (1942) as Photography
135.
Two Gun Sheriff (1941) as Photography
136.
Rookies on Parade (1941) as Photography
137.
Arkansas Judge (1941) as Photography
138.
Angels with Broken Wings (1941) as Photography
139.
Public Enemies (1941) as Photography
140.
Sailors on Leave (1941) as Photography
141.
Prairie Pioneers (1941) as Photography
142.
Hurricane Smith (1941) as Photography
Rodeo rider Hurricane Smith is wrongly convicted of murder and robbery, but escapes and creates a new and happy life for himself. But one of the real criminals shows up to claim the loot which he believes Smith has.
143.
Tuxedo Junction (1941) as Photography
144.
Citadel of Crime (1941) as Photography
145.
Doctors Don't Tell (1941) as Photography
Dr. Ralph Snyder (John Beal) and Dr. Frank Blake (Edward Norris) open an office together but soon split over a rivalry for nightclub singer Diana Wayne (Florence Rice) and a difference over ethics. In an effort to make some quick money and marry Diana, Blake becomes a retainer for gangster Joe Grant (Douglas Fowley)while the upright (and uptight)Sawyer (John Beal)becomes a medical examiner in the district attorney's office. Grant is involved in a murder and forces Blake to remove an identifying scar, thereby proving that all gangsters should keep a doctor on retainment. But Blake has a change of heart and shows up at Grant's trial, spills the beans and Grant is convicted. Consequently, Blake loses his license, Diana and then his life, proving that the "do-tell' doctor should have heeded the film title.
146.
Country Fair (1941) as Photography
147.
Outlaws of Cherokee Trail (1941) as Photography
148.
Back in the Saddle (1941) as Photography
A land grabber frames a rancher who's discovered copper on his land.
149.
West of Cimarron (1941) as Photography
150.
Friendly Neighbors (1940) as Photography
151.
Sing, Dance, Plenty Hot (1940) as Photography
152.
Ghost Valley Raiders (1940) as Photography
153.
Men with Steel Faces (1940) as Photography
154.
Girl from Havana (1940) as Photography
155.
In Old Missouri (1940) as Photography
The Weavers play sharecroppers. They confront their landlord with their tale of woe only to find he is in money trouble too. He also has a wastrel son and a socialite wife who wants a divorce. He begs the Weavers to trade places with him and fix things up.
156.
Wagons Westward (1940) as Photography
Republic, in pre-producion trade announcements, had John Wayne slated as the star of this film but cooler heads, once the script was read, realized that Wayne wasn't exactly the dual-role, twin brothers type. The film opens by establishing that, as young boys, David Cook (Wayne Hull) and twin brother Tom (Warren Hull (II) ) are poles apart in disposition and traits. When their father, (Trevor Bardette) dies, Tom goes to New Mexico to live with his Uncle Hardtack (George "Gabby" Hayes) while David remains behind to care for their mother (Virginia Brissac) . The grown Tom (Chester Morris) becomes an outlaw while brother David (Chester Morris) becomes a government lawman. David is charged with apprehending Tom and also two other renegades, Hardman (Guinn Williams) and Marsden (Douglas Fowley), both bitter enemies of Tom. Unable to arrest Tom in his home territory because he is in league with crooked sheriff McDaniels (Buck Jones, in his only Republic film and only villain role in what is considered the only black mark against Republic by hard-core western fans. They are correct, for that and other reasons seen as this one moves along...slowly.) Tom is lured home by a fake telegram telling him his mother is dying and put in jail. David, posing as Tom, goes to Mesa City, New Mexico and undertakes a campaign to obtain evidence to convict Hardman and Marsden. He persuades the latter to pool their interests in one gang, under his leadership. Tom had been romancing Phyllis O'Conover (Anita Louise), an entertainer at the Bonanza Cafe, and Phyllis' older sister, Julie (Ona Munson), has been working hard to break up the romance. David, posing as Tom, has to continue the pursuit of Phyllis, but finds himself falling in love with Julie. Julie learns Tom's real identity and agrees to marry him but Phyllis, thinking her sister is taking from her the man she believes to be Tom Cook, threatens suicide. The broken-hearted Julie urges David to marry Phyllis and David, much against his own desires, carries out Julie's wishes. (The mis-casting of Buck Jones isn't the only problem with this film.) Meanwhile, Hardman, Marsden and McDaniel have discovered David's real identity and plot to get rid of him. And in another meanwhile, Tom escapes, returns to town and, finding that Phyllis has married David, kills her for what seems to him to be her unfaithfulness, never mind that she thought David was Tom. Some days, a good girl just can't get a break. Tom and the other outlaws are lined up against David in a gun battle when Pima (Charles Stevens), Tom's Indian servant, who has long hated him for his cruelties, brings a large force of Indians to David's aid. Tom attempts to kill David, but Uncle Hardtack shoots him first. Some days, a bad guy just can't get a break either.
157.
Scatterbrain (1940) as Photography
158.
The Crooked Road (1940) as Photography
159.
Barnyard Follies (1940) as Photography
160.
Forgotten Girls (1940) as Photography
161.
Melody and Moonlight (1940) as Photography
162.
Meet the Missus (1940) as Photography
163.
Bowery Boy (1940) as Photography
164.
Village Barn Dance (1940) as Photography
165.
Man of Conquest (1939) as Photography
166.
Flight at Midnight (1939) as Photography
Spinner McGee (Phil Reagan), devil-may-care mail pilot volunteers his courage and skill for the task of raising $100,000 to save the small airport owned by Pop Hussey (Harlan Briggs) from being condemned. Spinner's recklessness, combined with the efforts of others who have a vested interest in seeing the field closed, make it a hard task to accomplish, but Colonel Roscoe Turner (played by Colonel Roscoe Turner who was always billed with his rank) is on hand to help.
167.
In Old Monterey (1939) as Photography
The Army wants the ranchers land and the Borax plant for their maneuvers. Stevenson is dissatisfied with their offer for the plant and has his men blowing up ranches making it look like the work of the Army. He hopes when the ranchers rebel the Army will raise their bid to avoid trouble. Gene has been sent to investigate but the eviction day has arrived and the ranchers prepare to fight the Army.
168.
Street of Missing Men (1939) as Photography
169.
The Kansas Terrors (1939) as Photography
170.
Three Texas Steers (1939) as Photography
Nancy Evans, lovely circus owner, has a ranch that she's never visited, but for sentimental reasons won't sell to Mike Abbott. Her partners, secretly in league with Abbott, sabotage the circus to force Nancy to sell the ranch; instead, she goes there to live. Will her neighbors, the Three Mesquiteers, be a match for the secret swindlers? And what's so valuable about that run-down ranch anyway?
171.
She Married a Cop (1939) as Photography
172.
Money to Burn (1939) as Photography
173.
Cowboys from Texas (1939) as Photography
Texas has opened up land for homesteaders. Clay Allison wants their land and has his men led by Plummer try to start a range war between them and the ranchers. With each side suspecting the other of their problems, the Mesquiteers realize someone else is responsible. Stony suspects Plummer and fakes leaving the Mesquiteers to join Plummer's gang hoping to find out who it is.
174.
Mountain Rhythm (1939) as Photography
175.
Jeepers Creepers (1939) as Photography
176.
Calling All Marines (1939) as Photography
177.
The Zero Hour (1939) as Photography
178.
Woman Doctor (1939) as Photography
179.
The Mysterious Miss X (1939) as Photography
180.
Orphans of the Street (1938) as Photography
181.
The Old Barn Dance (1938) as Photography
Sally Dawson gets Gene to sign a contract to sing on her struggling radio station. Gene is selling horses and unknown to him the sponsor of his program is the tractor company he is competing against. When the ranchers that bought tractors can't make their payments and Maxwell forecloses, the ranchers blame Autry.
182.
The Purple Vigilantes (1938) as Photography
David Ross organizes the ranchers into a vigilante group to rid the town of outlaws. The plan succeeds but the trouble starts when some of the men form a new vigilante group and posing as the original one plunder for loot.
183.
Billy the Kid Returns (1938) as Photography
After Pat Garrett kills Billy the Kid, Billy's look-alike Roy Rogers arrives and is mistaken for him. Although a murderer, Billy was on the side of the homesteaders against the large ranchers. As Billy's death is unknown, Roy gets Garrett to let him pose as Billy to continue the fight, but without the killing.
184.
Federal Man-Hunt (1938) as Photography
185.
Come On, Leathernecks (1938) as Photography
186.
Gangs of New York (1938) as Photography
187.
Arson Gang Busters (1938) as Photography
188.
Down in "Arkansaw" (1938) as Photography
189.
Army Girl (1938) as Photography
190.
Prison Nurse (1938) as Photography
191.
Tenth Avenue Kid (1938) as Photography
192.
Storm over Bengal (1938) as Photography
193.
Mama Runs Wild (1938) as Photography
194.
Romance on the Run (1938) as Photography
195.
Call of the Yukon (1938) as Photography
196.
Hollywood Stadium Mystery (1938) as Photography
197.
Circus Girl (1937) as Photography
198.
Two Wise Maids (1937) as Photography
199.
Affairs of Cappy Ricks (1937) as Photography
200.
Join the Marines (1937) as Photography
201.
The Trigger Trio (1937) as Photography
Rancher Brent has some infected cattle. He has the brands changed and then has them put on the Evans ranch, With the law requiring the entire herds to be destroyed, he gets Larry Smith to help him illegally drive his and the Evans' cattle across the state line. Lullaby learns of the scheme and tries to stop Larry.
202.
Sea Racketeers (1937) as Photography
203.
All over Town (1937) as Photography
204.
The Wrong Road (1937) as Photography
205.
Come On, Cowboys! (1937) as Photography
206.
The Hit Parade (1937) as Photography
Agent Pete Garland is fired by society singer Monica Barrett after he got her a new radio contract, because she thinks her lawyer friend Teddy Leeds fits in better with her social status. To get even, Pete wants to make an unknown singer into a star. He finds Ruth Allison, drives her hard through rehearsals and makes her a star. But she is worried about her past, something she hasn't told Pete: She's an ex-convict and jumped bail in order to keep her partners in crime out of it. Further she's in love with Pete, but feels that he's still carrying a torch for Monica. When Monica's popularity is decreasing, Pete is able to get Ruth a stint on the program, the result is Monica is fired and Ruth get her job, but Monica takes revenge by revealing Ruth's past. Ruth considers it is best for her to disappear before being arrested, but she has become a star in public opinion. Will she get Pete or will she go to prison again ?
207.
Rhythm in the Clouds (1937) as Photography
208.
Meet the Boyfriend (1937) as Photography
209.
Springtime in the Rockies (1937) as Photography
Ranch owner Sandra, fresh from animal husbandry school, brings a flock of sheep into cattle country. The local ranchers don't like it, and ranch foreman Gene must deal with it.
210.
Exiled to Shanghai (1937) as Photography
211.
Happy Go Lucky (1936) as Photography
212.
Sitting on the Moon (1936) as Photography
213.
Guns and Guitars (1936) as Photography
Gene joins in the fight against Morgan and his men who are trying to run infected cattle to the railroad. When Morgan's man shoots the Sheriff, Gene runs in the election to replace him. Morgan accuses Gene of the murder but Gene wins anyway and it's not long before he gets the chance to nab Morgan and his gang.
214.
The Leathernecks Have Landed (1936) as Photography
215.
Ticket to Paradise (1936) as Photography
216.
The Broken Coin (1936) as Photography
217.
The Leavenworth Case (1936) as Photography
218.
The House of a Thousand Candles (1936) as Photography
219.
Country Gentlemen (1936) as Camera
220.
Hearts in Bondage (1936) as Photography
221.
A Man Betrayed (1936) as Photography
222.
Dancing Feet (1936) as Photography
223.
Navy Born (1936) as Photography
224.
The Girl from Mandalay (1936) as Photography
225.
The President's Mystery (1936) as Photography
226.
The Gentleman from Louisiana (1936) as Photography
227.
Harmony Lane (1935) as Photography
228.
Melody Trail (1935) as Photography
After Gene has his watch stolen by the Gypsy he takes a job on the Thomas ranch. Thomas' dog has brought home the cradle with the Gypsy's baby and when the Gypsy retrieves his baby, Gene thinks he is a kidnaper. But as he chases after him he now sees that Thomas' cattle are being rustled.
229.
Behind the Green Lights (1935) as Camera
Derived loosely from the popular-in-its-day autobiography of NY Police captain Cornelius W. "The Gang Buster" Willemse. Mary Kennedy, the daughter of police lieutenant Jim Kennedy, works for an unethical criminal attorney and is corrupted by the association. But she sees the light when she twists the law to obtain the acquittal of a client and the man later shoots her father. Mary then enlists the aid of Detective Dave Britten in hopes of bringing down the crooks for whom she works.
230.
Streamline Express (1935) as Photography
A disparate group of people meet as passengers on a superspeed train crossing the U.S. Aboard are a seductive blackmailer and the stage director he intends to frame, a woman chasing her husband who is running away with the blackmail victim, and the stage director's feisty leading lady.
231.
$1,000 a Minute (1935) as Photography
232.
Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1935) as Photography
Traveling with Doc Parker's medicine show, Gene finds his old friend Harry Brooks wounded and the Sheriff after him for murdering his father. Gene also sees that Craven and his gang are looking for Brooks. Finding clues that Craven was behind the murder, Gene has a plan utilizing the medicine show wagon that will trap the gang.
233.
The Sagebrush Troubadour (1935) as Photography
Before he was murdered Grandpa Martin found a gold mine. He failed to record it and now everyone is looking for Martin's old horse that can lead them to it. When Autry arrives to investigate, he is accused of the murder and finds the Sheriff after him.
234.
Hitch Hike Lady (1935) as Photography
235.
Confidential (1935) as Photography
236.
Waterfront Lady (1935) as Photography
When a young man is befriended by a gambling ship operator and made a partner in the business, he becomes involved in a police manhunt after he covers up a murder committed by his new partner.
237.
The Headline Woman (1935) as Photography
When the daughter of a newspaper publisher is falsely charged with murder, a reporter on her father's paper goes into hiding with her. At first hoping to get an exclusive story, the reporter eventually finds himself falling in love and trying to find the real killer.
238.
One Frightened Night (1935) as Photography
An eccentric millionaire, unable to locate his only granddaughter, decides to divide his estate among a group of people less close to him: his niece and nephew, his attorney, his doctor, and his housekeeper. But complications and murder arise when two different women turn up, claiming to be the granddaughter.
239.
Ladies Crave Excitement (1935) as Photography
An ace newsreel reporter falls unwittingly for the daughter of a rival newsreel owner. Together they try to outwit a gang scheming to fix horse races.
240.
The Fighting Lady (1935) as Photography
241.
The Marines Are Coming (1934) as Photography
When Lt. "Wild Bill" Traynor, bad boy of the Marine Corps, arrives at a San Diego Marine Base, he is surprised to discover he has been assigned to duty under his old rival, Captain Benton (Conrad Nagel). While eluding the advances of Rosita (Armida), a Latin dancer, Bill becomes involved with Benton's fiancee, Dorothy Manning (Esther Ralston), whom he quickly wins and Benton accepts the impending marriage. On his wedding eve, Bill, in the company of Rosita, becomes involved in a fracas in a gambling joint in nearby Tia Juana. Rosita disappears and Dorothy calls off the wedding. As Dorthy sails for Latin America, Bill resigns in disgrace from the Marines, but re-enters as a Private. Ordered to duty in Ponta Miguel, Bill discovers that Dorothy's father (Hale Hamilton) is the governor. His old nemesis Benton has Bill sent to the guardhouse and Bill is vowing revenge when he is released, only to find that Benton is being held prisoner by a jungle bandit known as The Torch (George Regas.) Posing as a drunk and renegade, Bill enters the bandit's camp and, by mending a disabled machine gun, wins the confidence of the bandit leader. Bill later mans the gun against the bandits who have prepared a trap for the Marine patrol searching for Benton.
242.
Little Men (1934) as Photography
The former Jo March and her husband Professor Bhaer operate the Plumfield School for homeless boys. One of the boys, Nat, invites Dan, a street kid, to come to the school, where the boys are all loved and well cared for. Dan is a young tough, but his heart is good, and when he is accused of theft at the school, Jo continues to believe in him and that the true thief will be found out.
243.
Crimson Romance (1934) as Photography
After Fred von Bergen, a German immigrant in America, is forced from his job by anti-German hysteria before the first world war, he and his friend Bob Wilson leave America and join the German air force. There, both men fall in love with ambulance driver Alida Hoffman. When America enters the war, Bob is caught between loyalty to his home country and the threat of execution for desertion and treason to Germany. It remains for his friend Fred to extricate him from the dilemma - but at what cost?
244.
I Hate Women (1934) as Photography
245.
Twisted Rails (1934) as Photography
246.
The Lone Defender (1934) as Photography
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.
247.
In Old Santa Fe (1934) as Photography
After losing his horse in a crooked race, a cowboy is framed for murder.
248.
Love Time (1934) as Photography
249.
Hollywood Hoodlum (1934) as Camera
250.
Burn-'Em-Up Barnes (1934) as Photography
Marjorie Temple, owner of a bus line and an apparently worthless plot of land, is set upon by rich oil speculators who know her land actually is worth millions. When they try to put her out of business for good, young race driver Burn 'em Up Barnes comes to her rescue - again and again and again.
251.
Laughing at Life (1933) as Photography
Easter, a soldier of fortune and gunrunner, leaves his family behind escaping from the authorities and an American detective named Mason. His globe hopping escape leads him finally to South America, where he is hired to organize a band of revolutionaries, unaware that they plan to eliminate him when his job is done. Here, also, he encounters his own son, on track to waste his own life in pursuits similar to Easter's.
252.
Alimony Madness (1933) as Photography
253.
Revenge at Monte Carlo (1933) as Photography
254.
Her Resale Value (1933) as Photography
255.
Neighbors' Wives (1933) as Photography
256.
Dos noches (1933) as Photography
257.
Fighting for Justice (1932) as Photography
A cowboy fighting to save his land is framed for murder.
258.
The Pride of the Legion (1932) as Photography
259.
Honor of the Press (1932) as Photography
260.
Trapped in Tia Juana (1932) as Photography
261.
Cannonball Express (1932) as Camera
262.
Behind Jury Doors (1932) as Photography
263.
Tormento (1932) as Camera
264.
The Mad Parade (1931) as 2nd Camera
265.
Clearing the Range (1931) as Camera
Kildare kills Curt Fremont's brother Jim. When Curt arrives he poses as a coward in public but sneaks out unseen to become the daring El Capitan as he looks for the killer.
266.
Wild Horse (1931) as Photography
Ben Hall offers $1000 for the wild Devil Horse which Jim Wright and Skeeter capture. While Jim is away, Gil Davis kills Skeeter and takes the horse. The Sheriff then arrests Jim for Skeeter's murder. But unknown to them, an outlaw witnessed the killing.
267.
A Private Scandal (1931) as Photography
268.
The Love Trader (1930) as Director of Photography
269.
Ex-Flame (1930) as Director of Photography
270.
Troopers Three (1930) as Director of Photography
271.
Molly and Me (1929) as Director of Photography
272.
The Devil's Apple Tree (1929) as Director of Photography
273.
Mister Antonio (1929) as Director of Photography
274.
The Rainbow (1929) as Director of Photography
275.
Joy Street (1929) as Director of Photography
276.
Tropical Nights (1928) as Director of Photography
277.
Prowlers of the Sea (1928) as Director of Photography
278.
The Albany Night Boat (1928) as Director of Photography
279.
Domestic Meddlers (1928) as Director of Photography
280.
The Naughty Duchess (1928) as Director of Photography
281.
Stormy Waters (1928) as Director of Photography
282.
The Night Flyer (1928) as Director of Photography
283.
The Devil's Skipper (1928) as Director of Photography
284.
On to Reno (1928) as Director of Photography
285.
The Scarlet Dove (1928) as Director of Photography
286.
The Grain of Dust (1928) as Director of Photography
287.
The Toilers (1928) as Director of Photography
288.
Marriage by Contract (1928) as Director of Photography
289.
Ragtime (1927) as Director of Photography
290.
Cactus Trails (1927) as Director of Photography
291.
The Shamrock and the Rose (1927) as Director of Photography
292.
Bulldog Pluck (1927) as Director of Photography
293.
Life of an Actress (1927) as Director of Photography
294.
Galloping Thunder (1927) as Director of Photography
295.
The Ladybird (1927) as Director of Photography
296.
Naughty (1927) as Director of Photography
297.
The Fighting Hombre (1927) as Camera
298.
Ladies at Ease (1927) as Director of Photography
299.
The Terror of Bar X (1927) as Director of Photography
300.
Eager Lips (1927) as Director of Photography
301.
Driven From Home (1927) as Director of Photography
302.
Say It With Diamonds (1927) as Director of Photography
303.
Sunshine of Paradise Alley (1926) as Director of Photography
304.
The Dude Cowboy (1926) as Director of Photography
305.
Hair Trigger Baxter (1926) as Director of Photography
306.
The Border Whirlwind (1926) as Director of Photography
307.
The Jazz Girl (1926) as Director of Photography
308.
The Valley of Bravery (1926) as Photog?
309.
Was It Bigamy? (1925) as Director of Photography
310.
Cactus Trails (1925) as Director of Photography
311.
Fair Play (1925) as Director of Photography
312.
Turned Up (1924) as Director of Photography
313.
Virtue's Revolt (1924) as Director of Photography
314.
The Valley of Hate (1924) as Director of Photography
315.
Hutch of the U. S. A. (1924) as Director of Photography
316.
On Probation (1924) as Director of Photography
317.
Poison (1924) as Director of Photography
318.
Surging Seas (1924) as Director of Photography
319.
Man's Size (1923) as Director of Photography
320.
Alias the Night Wind (1923) as Director of Photography
321.
Chastity (1923) as Director of Photography
322.
Refuge (1923) as Director of Photography
323.
The Boss of Camp 4 (1922) as Director of Photography
324.
Saved by Radio (1922) as Director of Photography
325.
Beating the Game (1921) as Director of Photography
326.
Made in Heaven (1921) as Director of Photography

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Country Gentleman (1936) as Photography

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