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Ralph Staub

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Interested in photography from childhood, Ralph Staub lensed Mack Sennett comedies in the 1920s. Specializing in behind-the-scenes films, Staub began his own series for Artclass. Advertising himself as "The One Man Company: Writer, Director, Cameraman," he settled at Columbia in the mid-'30s, where he became prime mover of the Screen Snapshots series, a movie mainstay since 1917 which lasted until 1958. Often turning out nearly two dozen of these one-reelers per year, Staub frequently hosted patchworks of stock footage from earlier Snapshot entries. Staub also directed Lonesome Trailer (1934), Keystone Hotel (1935), Olsen and Johnson's Country Gentlemen (1937), and Mandarin Mystery (1937), as well as many Westerns and three of Monogram's Renfrew of the Royal Mounted series.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Festival Girls
  • Screenwriter
1962
No Score Yet Sky Bandits
  • Director
1940
No Score Yet Yukon Flight
  • Director
1940
No Score Yet Danger Ahead
  • Director
1940
No Score Yet Western Jamboree
  • Director
1938
No Score Yet Prairie Moon
  • Director
1938
No Score Yet Affairs of Cappy Ricks
  • Director
1937
No Score Yet The Mandarin Mystery
  • Director
1936
No Score Yet Country Gentlemen
  • Director
1936

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