List of Lippert Pictures films

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A list of films produced or released by the American distributor Lippert Pictures. Founded by Robert Lippert in 1945, the company's initial releases were often known as Screen Guild Productions. Later it enjoyed success by co-producing and releasing films by the British studio Exclusive Films. From 1955 Lippert dissolved his original company and began producing films to be released by 20th Century Fox, often under the Regal Films label.[1]

1940s[edit]

Title American Release Date Director Notes
Wildfire July 18, 1945 Robert Emmett Tansey
Northwest Trail November 30, 1945 Derwin Abrahams
God's Country March 15, 1946 Robert Emmett Tansey
Death Valley August 15, 1946 Lew Landers
Flight to Nowhere October 1, 1946 William Rowland
'Neath Canadian Skies October 15, 1946 B. Reeves Eason
Rolling Home November 1, 1946 William Berke
North of the Border November 15, 1946 B. Reeves Eason
My Dog Shep December 1, 1946 Ford Beebe
Renegade Girl December 25, 1946 William Berke
Queen of the Amazons January 15, 1947 Edward Finney
Scared to Death February 1, 1947 Christy Cabanne
Bells of San Fernando March 1, 1947 Terry O. Morse
Shoot to Kill March 15, 1947 William Berke
Buffalo Bill Rides Again April 19, 1947 Bernard B. Ray
Bush Pilot June 7, 1947 Sterling Campbell
The Hat Box Mystery June 12, 1947 Lambert Hillyer
Hollywood Barn Dance June 21, 1947 Bernard B. Ray
The Case of the Baby Sitter July 26, 1947 Lambert Hillyer
Killer Dill August 2, 1947 Lewis D. Collins
Dragnet August 16, 1947 Leslie Goodwins
The Burning Cross September 1, 1947 Walter Colmes
The Prairie November 27, 1947 Frank Wisbar
Road to the Big House December 13, 1947 Walter Colmes
Where the North Begins December 13, 1947 Howard Bretherton
Trail of the Mounties December 20, 1947 Howard Bretherton
Jungle Goddess August 13, 1948 Lewis D. Collins
The Return of Wildfire August 13, 1948 Ray Taylor
Dead Man's Gold September 10, 1948 Ray Taylor
Harpoon September 24, 1948 Ewing Scott
Mark of the Lash October 15, 1948 Ray Taylor
Thunder in the Pines November 11, 1948 Robert Gordon
Shep Comes Home December 3, 1949 Ford Beebe
Frontier Revenge December 17, 1948 Ray Taylor
Last of the Wild Horses December 27, 1948 Robert L. Lippert
Highway 13 December 28, 1948 William Berke
Outlaw Country January 7, 1949 Ray Taylor
I Shot Jesse James February 26, 1949 Samuel Fuller
Rimfire March 25, 1949 B. Reeves Eason
Son of Billy the Kid April 2, 1949 Ray Taylor
Grand Canyon May 20, 1949 Paul Landres
The Shark God June 10, 1949 Leon Leonard
Arson, Inc. June 24, 1949 William Berke
The Dark Road July 7, 1949 Alfred J. Goulding Made in Britain
Ringside July 14, 1949 Frank McDonald
Sky Liner July 28, 1949 William Berke
Treasure of Monte Cristo August 27, 1949 William Berke
The Dalton Gang October 21, 1949 Ford Beebe
Deputy Marshal October 28, 1949 William Berke
Apache Chief November 4, 1949 Frank McDonald
Square Dance Jubilee November 11, 1949 Paul Landres
Tough Assignment November 15, 1949 William Beaudine
Call of the Forest November 18, 1949 John F. Link
Red Desert December 17, 1949 Ford Beebe

1950s[edit]

Title American Release Date Director Notes
Hollywood Varieties January 15, 1950 Paul Landres
Radar Secret Service January 28, 1950 Sam Newfield
The Baron of Arizona March 1, 1950 Samuel Fuller
Western Pacific Agent March 17, 1950 Sam Newfield
Hostile Country March 24, 1950 Thomas Carr
Everybody's Dancin' March 31, 1950 Will Jason
Marshal of Heldorado April 21, 1950 Thomas Carr
Crooked River May 5, 1950 Thomas Carr
Operation Haylift May 5, 1950 William Berke
Colorado Ranger May 12, 1950 Thomas Carr
Motor Patrol May 12, 1950 Sam Newfield
Rocketship X-M May 26, 1950 Kurt Neumann
West of the Brazos June 2, 1950 Thomas Carr
Fast on the Draw June 30, 1950 Thomas Carr
Hi-Jacked July 7, 1950 Sam Newfield
I Shot Billy the Kid July 27, 1950 William Berke
Gunfire August 5, 1950 William Berke
The Return of Jesse James September 8, 1950 Arthur Hilton
Train to Tombstone September 16, 1950 William Berke
Border Rangers October 6, 1950 William Berke
Holiday Rhythm October 13, 1950 Jack Scholl
The Bandit Queen December 9, 1950 William Berke
The Steel Helmet January 10, 1951 Samuel Fuller
Three Desperate Men January 12, 1951 Sam Newfield
Fingerprints Don't Lie February 23, 1951 Sam Newfield
Mask of the Dragon March 10, 1951 Sam Newfield
Stop That Cab March 30, 1951 Eugenio de Liguoro
Danger Zone April 20, 1951 William Berke
Tales of Robin Hood May 1, 1951 James Tinling
Roaring City May 4, 1951 William Berke
Pier 23 May 11, 1951 William Berke
Kentucky Jubilee May 18, 1951 Ron Ormond
Little Big Horn June 15, 1951 Charles Marquis Warren
Savage Drums June 22, 1951 William Berke
G.I. Jane July 6, 1951 Reginald Le Borg
Yes Sir, Mr. Bones July 13, 1951 Ron Ormond
Varieties on Parade July 20, 1951 Ron Ormond
Lost Continent August 17, 1951 Sam Newfield
Leave It to the Marines September 28, 1951 Sam Newfield
As You Were October 5, 1951 Bernard Girard
Highly Dangerous October 12, 1951 Roy Ward Baker Made in Britain
Sky High October 19, 1951 Sam Newfield
Unknown World October 26, 1951 Terry O. Morse
FBI Girl November 4, 1951 William Berke
Superman and the Mole Men November 23, 1951 Lee Sholem
The Adventurers December 7, 1951 David MacDonald Made in Britain
For Men Only January 11, 1952 Paul Henreid
The Last Page January 25, 1952 Terence Fisher Made in Britain
Navajo February 12, 1952 Norman Foster Documentary
Stronghold February 15, 1952 Steve Sekely
Wings of Danger April 1, 1952 Terence Fisher Made in Britain
Valley of Eagles April 25, 1952 Terence Young Made in Britain
Outlaw Women April 28, 1952 Sam Newfield, Ron Ormond
Loan Shark May 23, 1952 Seymour Friedman
Stolen Face June 16, 1952 Terence Fisher Made in Britain
The Jungle August 1, 1952 William Berke
Secret People August 29, 1952 Thorold Dickinson Made in Britain
Hellgate September 5, 1952 Charles Marquis Warren
Lady in the Fog October 31, 1952 Sam Newfield Made in Britain
Mr. Walkie Talkie November 28, 1952 Fred Guiol
Gambler and the Lady December 26, 1952 Sam Newfield Made in Britain
Escape Route January 16, 1953 Seymour Friedman, Peter Graham Scott Made in Britain
The Tall Texan February 13, 1953 Elmo Williams
Perils of the Jungle March 20, 1953 George Blair
The Flanagan Boy April 10, 1953 Reginald Le Borg Made in Britain
Song of Paris April 17, 1953 John Guillermin Made in Britain
Women of Twilight May 15, 1953 Gordon Parry Made in Britain
Cosh Boy May 29, 1953 Lewis Gilbert Made in Britain
Ghost Ship June 12, 1953 Vernon Sewell Made in Britain
Spaceways June 24, 1953 Terence Fisher Made in Britain
The Great Jesse James Raid July 17, 1953 Reginald LeBorg
Project Moonbase September 4, 1953 Richard Talmadge
Sins of Jezebel September 4, 1953 Reginald Le Borg
Park Plaza 605 September 11, 1953 Bernard Knowles Made in Britain
Counterspy October 2, 1953 Vernon Sewell Made in Britain
Street of Shadows October 16, 1953 Richard Vernon Made in Britain
The Man from Cairo November 27, 1953 Ray Enright
36 Hours December 4, 1953 Montgomery Tully Made in Britain
The Limping Man December 11, 1953 Cy Endfield Made in Britain
Three Steps to the Gallows January 1, 1954 John Gilling Made in Britain
Hollywood Thrill-Makers January 15, 1954 Bernard B. Ray
Face the Music January 29, 1954 Terence Fisher Made in Britain
Fangs of the Wild March 5, 1954 William F. Claxton
Murder by Proxy March 19, 1954 Terence Fisher Made in Britain
The House Across the Lake April 16, 1954 Ken Hughes Made in Britain
Monster from the Ocean Floor May 21, 1954 Wyott Ordung
Five Days June 25, 1954 Montgomery Tully Made in Britain
River Beat July 16, 1954 Guy Green Made in Britain
Dangerous Voyage September 3, 1954 Vernon Sewell Made in Britain
Silent Raiders September 17, 1954 Richard Bartlett
Thunder Pass September 20, 1954 Frank McDonald
A Stranger Came Home September 25, 1954 Terence Fisher Made in Britain
Third Party Risk October 8, 1954 Daniel Birt Made in Britain
Mask of Dust December 10, 1954 Terence Fisher Made in Britain
The Black Pirates December 24, 1954 Allen H. Miner
They Were So Young January 7, 1955 Kurt Neumann
The Glass Cage February 15, 1955 Montgomery Tully Made in Britain
The Silver Star April 8, 1955 Richard Bartlett
Air Strike May 5, 1955 Cy Roth
King Dinosaur June 17, 1955 Bert I. Gordon
The Lonesome Trail July 1, 1955 Richard Bartlett
Simba September 9, 1955 Brian Desmond Hurst Made in Britain
Massacre June 1, 1956 Louis King Distributed by 20th Century Fox

References[edit]

  1. ^ Davis p.88

Bibliography[edit]

  • Davis, Blair. The Battle for the Bs: 1950s Hollywood and the Rebirth of Low-Budget Cinema. Rutgers University Press, 2012
  • McGee, Mark Thomas. Talk's Cheap, Action's Expensive - the Films of Robert L. Lippert. BearManor Media, 2014.

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