Colbert Clark

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Birthday: Aug 31, 1898
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Harvard graduate Colbert Clark entered films in 1931 as a writer specializing in action melodramas. Penning scores of low-budget films and serials such as John Wayne's Hurricane Express (1932) and The Three Musketeers (1933), the latter of which he also directed, Clark went on to become an executive with Columbia Pictures, where he produced Boris Karloff's The Boogie Man Will Get You (1942) and the long-running (1945-1952) "Durango Kid" series starring Charles Starrett. After the demise of the series (and B-Westerns in general), Clark went on to co-produce (with Gene Autry) the television series Annie Oakley (1954-1956), starring Gail Davis, a blonde charmer who had appeared in several Durango Kid vehicles, as well as Tales of the Texas Rangers (1955) starring Willard Parker.

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Kid from Broken Gun Producer 1952
No Score Yet Bonanza Town Producer 1951
No Score Yet Blazing Across the Pecos Producer 1948
No Score Yet Whirlwind Raiders Producer 1948
No Score Yet Desert Command Director 1946
No Score Yet Blazing the Western Trail (Who Killed Waring?) Producer 1945
No Score Yet Rockin' in the Rockies, (Partners in Fortune) Producer 1945
No Score Yet The Boogie Man Will Get You Producer 1942
No Score Yet Atlantic Convoy Producer 1942
No Score Yet The Wrong Road Producer 1937
No Score Yet In Old Santa Fe Screenwriter 1934
No Score Yet Burn 'Em Up Barnes Director 1934
No Score Yet Mystery Squadron Director Screenwriter 1933
No Score Yet The Three Musketeers Screenwriter Director 1933
No Score Yet Wolf Dog Screenwriter Director 1933
No Score Yet Fighting with Kit Carson Director Screenwriter 1933
No Score Yet Hurricane Express Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet The Shadow of the Eagle Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet The Last of the Mohicans Screenwriter 1932
No Score Yet The Lightning Warrior Screenwriter 1931

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