Directed a pilot for a "Red Ryder" western TV series starring Jim Bannon
, based upon a successful film series of the 1940s also starring Bannon.
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[on integrating the live-action and animated parts of getting Superman to fly in the serial Superman (1948)] We'd dry pan up to the sky, then they'd take the dry pan and cartoon him in. They'd bring him down the same way.
American second feature director of the 1940s and '50s, invariably westerns for Republic, Monogram and other Poverty Row companies. He began as a child actor with Selig in silent movies from the age of two, continuing to act until becoming a dialogue director with Republic in 1937. Stayed with the studio and graduated to directing in 1945. Ended his career working in television during the 1960s.