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.