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Wallace Fox (1895–1958)

Wallace Fox was born on March 9, 1895 in Purcell, Oklahoma, USA. He was a director and assistant director, known for The Corpse Vanishes (1942), Bowery at Midnight (1942) and Bowery Blitzkrieg (1941). He was married to Cleo Easton. He died on June 30, 1958 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Corpse Vanishes
(1942)
Bowery at Midnight
(1942)
Bowery Blitzkrieg
(1941)
Kid Dynamite
Kid Dynamite Director
(1943)

Filmography

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 1954 Annie Oakley (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Bull's Eye (1954)
 1953-1954 Ramar of the Jungle (TV Series) (10 episodes)
- Striped Fury (1954)
- Jungle Terror (1954)
- Contraband (1954)
 1951-1953 The Gene Autry Show (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- Cold Decked (1953)
- Border Justice (1953)
- Outlaw Stage (1953)
- Horse Sense (1952)
 1953 White Goddess (archive footage)
 1951-1952 The Range Rider (TV Series) (11 episodes)
- Rustler's Range (1952)
- Renegade Ranch (1952)
- Pale Horse (1952)
 1951 Montana Desperado (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1951 Blazing Bullets (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1950 Outlaw Gold (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1950 Silver Raiders (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1950 Arizona Territory (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1950 Six Gun Mesa (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1950 Gunslingers (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1950 West of Wyoming (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1950 Fence Riders (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1949 The Gay Amigo
 1949 Blazing Guns (Short)
 1946 Lawless Breed (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1946 Wild Beauty (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1946 Gunman's Code (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1946 Rustlers Round-Up (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1946 Gun Town (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1945 Code of the Lawless (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1945 Bad Men of the Border (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1945 Trail to Vengeance (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1945 A Dream Came True (Short)
 1945 Tropical Moon (Short)
 1945 Brenda Starr, Reporter (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1944 The Great Mike (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1944 Riders of the Santa Fe (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1944 Block Busters
 1944 Men on Her Mind (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1944 Career Girl (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1943 Outlaws of Stampede Pass (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1943 The Ghost Rider (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1943 Kid Dynamite
 1942 Smart Alecks
 1942 Bullets for Bandits (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1940 American Portrait (Short)
 1939 Mr. Sheldon Goes to Town (Short) (as Wallace Fox)
 1938 Gun Packer (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1938 The Mexicali Kid (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1937 Racing Lady
 1936 Yellow Dust
 1934 Red Morning
 1932 Cannonball Express (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1932 Devil on Deck (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1931 Three Wise Clucks (Short)
 1931 Twisted Tales (Short)
 1931 Parading Pajamas (Short)
 1930 Under the Cock-Eyed Moon (Short)
 1930 One Nutty Night (Short)
 1930 Some Babies (Short)
 1930 Hearts and Hoofs (Short)
 1930 Swell People (Short)
 1930 Carnival Revue (Short)
 1929 Laughing at Death (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1929 The Amazing Vagabond (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1928 Trail of Courage (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1928 Breed of the Sunsets (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1928 The Ridin' Renegade (as Wallace W. Fox)
 1928 Driftin' Sands (as Wallace W. Fox)
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Wallace W. Fox

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Journeyman director of second features, especially westerns. He worked for many of Hollywood's Poverty Row studios, beginning at FBO in 1927. Directed 27 films for Monogram. See more »

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