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S. Roy Luby

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  • Birthday: Aug 8, 1904
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  • American director Roy S. Luby (usually billed as S. Roy Luby) started out in the early 1930s as an editor of poverty-row westerns. Luby graduated to directing with 1936's Desert Phantom, then alternated between editing and directing for the rest of the decade. In the 1940s, he was busiest with "B"-western units at PRC and Monogram. Roy Luby's directorial output of the war years included the "topical" sagebrushers Cowboy Commandos (1942) and Black Market Rustlers (1943).

Filmography

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No Score Yet Confessions of a Vice Baron Director 1943
No Score Yet Land of Hunted Men Director 1943
No Score Yet Black Market Rustlers Director 1943
No Score Yet Boothill Bandits Director 1942
No Score Yet Arizona Stagecoach Director 1942
No Score Yet Arizona Stage Coach Director 1942
No Score Yet Rock River Renegades Director 1942
No Score Yet War Dogs Director 1942
No Score Yet Underground Rustlers Director 1941
No Score Yet Fugitive Valley Director 1941
No Score Yet The Kid's Last Ride Director 1941
No Score Yet Wrangler's Roost Director 1941
No Score Yet Saddle Mountain Roundup Director 1941
No Score Yet Trailing Double Trouble Director 1940
No Score Yet West of Pinto Basin Director 1940
No Score Yet Border Phantom Director 1937
No Score Yet The Red Rope Director 1937
No Score Yet Tough to Handle Director 1937
No Score Yet Desert Phantom Director 1936
No Score Yet Rogue of the Range Director 1936
No Score Yet Crooked Trail Director 1936

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