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1.) African Treasure, USA 1952, produced by Walter Mirisch for Monogram, directed by Ford L. Beebe

2.) The Ape, USA 1940, produced by Scott R. Dunlap, William T. Lackey (associate) for Monogram, directed by William Nigh

3.) The Ape Man, USA 1943, produced by Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz, Barney Sarecky for Monogram (Banner Productions), directed by William Beaudine

4.) Beggars in Ermine, USA 1934, produced by William T. Lackey for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

5.) Behind the Mask, USA 1946, produced by Joe Kaufmann for Monogram, directed by Phil Karlson

The Shadow, The Shadow (Monogram)

6.) Black Dragons, USA 1942, produced by Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz for Monogram (Banner Productions), directed by William Nigh

7.) Blue Steel, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

8.) Bomba and the Jungle Girl, USA 1952, produced by Walter Mirisch for Monogram, directed by Ford L. Beebe

9.) Bomba on Panther Island, USA 1949, produced by Walter Mirisch for Monogram, directed by Ford L. Beebe

10.) Bomba, the Jungle Boy, USA 1949, produced by Walter Mirisch for Monogram, directed by Ford L. Beebe

11.) Bowery at Midnight, USA 1942, produced by Sam Katzman for Monogram (Banner Productions/Astor Pictures), directed by Wallace Fox

12.) Bowery Blitzkrieg, USA 1941, produced by Sam Katzman for Monogram (Banner Productions), directed by Wallace Fox

13.) Bowery Buckaroos, USA 1947, produced by Jan Grippo for Monogram, directed by William Beaudine

14.) Breed of the Border, USA 1933, produced by Paul Malvern, Trem Carr (executive) for Monogram, directed by Robert N. Bradbury

15.) Charlie Chan in the Secret Service, USA 1944, produced by James S. Burkett, Philip N. Krasne for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

16.) Chasing Trouble, USA 1940, produced by Grant Withers (associate) for Monogram, directed by Howard Bretherton

17.) The Chinese Cat, USA 1944, produced by James S. Burkett, Philip N. Krasne for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

18.) The Chinese Ring, USA 1947, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by William Beaudine

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan at Monogram, Charlie Chan (Roland Winters)

19.) Clancy Street Boys, USA 1943, produced by Jack Dietz, Sam Katzman, Barney A. Sarecky (associate) for Monogram (Banner Productions), directed by William Beaudine

20.) The Corpse Vanishes, USA 1942, produced by Sam Katzman, Jack Dietz for Monogram (Banner Productions), directed by Wallace Fox

21.) Cosmo Jones in The Crime Smasher, USA 1943, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram, directed by James Tinling

22.) Dangerous Money, USA 1946, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Terry O. Morse

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

23.) Dark Alibi, USA 1946, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Phil Karlson

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

24.) Dawn on the Great Divide, USA 1942, produced by Scott R. Dunlap (associate) for Monogram, directed by Howard Bretherton

25.) The Dawn Rider, USA 1935, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

26.) Docks of New Orleans, USA 1948, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Derwin Abrahams

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Roland Winters), Charlie Chan at Monogram

27.) Doomed to Die, USA 1940, produced by Monogram Pictures, directed by William Nigh

28.) Double Trouble, USA 1941, produced by Monogram, directed by William West

29.) Drums of the Desert, USA 1940, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram, directed by George Waggner

30.) Elephant Stampede, USA 1951, produced by Walter Mirisch for Monogram, directed by Ford L. Beebe

31.) The Fatal Hour, USA 1940, produced by Scott R. Dunlap, William T. Lackey (associate) for Monogram, directed by William Nigh

32.) The Feathered Serpent, USA 1948, produced by James S.Burkett for Monogram, directed by William Beaudine

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Roland Winters), Number One Son Lee Chan, Charlie Chan at Monogram

33.) The Fighting Champ, USA 1932, produced by Trem Carr for Monogram, directed by John P. McCarthy

34.) Flirting with Danger, USA 1934, produced by George C. Bertholon for Monogram, directed by Vin Moore

35.) Freckles Comes Home, USA 1942, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram, directed by Jean Yarbrough

36.) The Gallant Fool, USA 1933, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures, directed by Robert N. Bradbury

37.) Ghost Town Law, USA 1942, produced by Scott R.Dunlap for Monogram, directed by Howard Bretherton

38.) Ghosts on the Loose, USA 1943, produced by Jack Dietz, Sam Katzman, Barney A. Sarecky (associate) for Monogram (Banner Productions), directed by William Beaudine

39.) The Girl from Calgary, USA 1932, produced by I.E. Chadwick for Monogram, directed by Phil Whitman

40.) Girl o' my Dreams, USA 1934, produced by William T. Lackey for Monogram, directed by Ray McCarey

41.) God's Country and the Man, USA 1937, produced by Robert N. Bradbury for Monogram, directed by Robert N. Bradbury

42.) The Golden Eye, USA 1948, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by William Beaudine

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Roland Winters), Charlie Chan at Monogram

43.) The Hidden City, USA 1950, produced by Walter Mirisch for Monogram, directed by Ford L. Beebe

44.) Hidden Valley, USA 1932, produced by Trem Carr for Monogram Pictures, directed by Robert N. Bradbury

45.) Invisible Ghost, USA 1941, produced by Sam Katzman for Monogram (Banner Productions), directed by Joseph H. Lewis

46.) Irish Luck, USA 1939, produced by Grant Withers (associate) for Monogram, directed by Howard Bretherton

47.) The Jade Mask, USA 1945, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

48.) Jungle Bride, USA 1933, produced by Arthur F. Beck, Trem Carr (executive) for Monogram, directed by Harry O. Hoyt, Albert H. Kelley

49.) Keeper of the Bees, USA 1935, produced by Trem Carr, William T. Lackey for Monogram, directed by Christy Cabanne

50.) King of the Zombies, USA 1941, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram, directed by Jean Yarbrough

51.) Klondike Fury, USA 1942, produced by Maurice King for Monogram, directed by William K. Howard

52.) Law of the Jungle, USA 1942, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram Pictures, directed by Jean Yarbrough

53.) Law of the Sea, USA 1931, produced by I.E. Chadwick for Monogram, directed by Otto Brower

54.) Lawless Frontier, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

55.) The Legion of Missing Men, USA 1937, produced by I.E.Chadwick for Monogram, directed by Hamilton MacFadden

56.) Let's Go Collegiate, USA 1941, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram, directed by Jean Yarbrough

57.) Live Wires, USA 1946, produced by Lindsley Parsons, Jan Grippo for Monogram, directed by Phil Karlson

58.) The Living Ghost, USA 1942, produced by A.W. Hackel for Monogram, directed by William Beaudine

59.) The Lost Volcano, USA 1950, produced by Walter Mirisch for Monogram, directed by Ford L. Beebe

60.) The Lucky Texan, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

61.) Make a Million, USA 1935, produced by Trem Carr for Monogram, directed by Lewis D. Collins

62.) The Man from Utah, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

63.) Man with Two Lives, USA 1942, produced by A.W. Hackel for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

64.) Manhattan Love Song, USA 1934, produced by Trem Carr (supervising) for Monogram, directed by Leonard Fields

65.) Meet the Mob, USA 1942, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram, directed by Jean Yarbrough

66.) Meeting at Midnight, USA 1944, produced by James S. Burkett, Philip N. Krasne for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

67.) Mr. Wong, Detective, USA 1938, produced by Monogram, directed by William Nigh

68.) Mr. Wong in Chinatown, USA 1939, produced by William T. Lackey (associate) for Monogram, directed by William Nigh

69.) The Moonstone, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram, directed by Reginald Barker

70.) The Mysterious Mr. Wong, USA 1935, produced by George Yohalem for Monogram, directed by William Nigh

71.) Mystery Liner, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram, directed by William Nigh

72.) The Mystery of Mr. Wong, USA 1939, produced by William T. Lackey, Scott R. Dunlap (executive) for Monogram Pictures, directed by William Nigh

73.) Navy Secrets, USA 1939, produced by Scott R. Dunlap (executive), William T. Lackey (associate) for Monogram, directed by Howard Bretherton

74.) 'neath the Arizona Skies, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Harry L. Fraser

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

75.) One Thrilling Night, USA 1942, produced by A.W. Hackel for Monogram, directed by William Beaudine

76.) The Phantom Broadcast, USA 1933, produced by William T. Lackey for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

77.) Phantom of Chinatown, USA 1940, produced by Monogram (Monarch), directed by Phil Rosen

78.) Port of Missing Girls, USA 1938, produced by Monogram, directed by Karl Brown

79.) Private Snuffy Smith, USA 1942, produced by Edward Fross, Jack Dietz (associate), Daniel Keefe (associate) for Capitol Productions, Monogram, directed by Edward F.Cline

80.) Rainbow Valley, USA 1935, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

81.) Randy Rides Alone, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Harry L. Fraser

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

82.) The Red Dragon, USA 1945, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

83.) The Return of Casey Jones, USA 1933, produced by I.E. Chadwick for Monogram, directed by John P. McCarthy

84.) Revenge of the Zombies, USA 1943, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram, directed by Steve Sekely

85.) Riders of Destiny, USA 1933, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

86.) Roar of the Press, USA 1941, produced by Scott R. Dunlap for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

87.) Sagebrush Trail, USA 1933, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Armand Schaefer

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

88.) The Scarlet Clue, USA 1945, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

89.) Shadows over Chinatown, USA 1946, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Terry O. Morse

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

90.) Shanghai Chest, USA 1948, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by William Beaudine

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Roland Winters), Charlie Chan at Monogram

91.) The Shanghai Cobra, USA 1945, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Phil Karlson

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

92.) Silver Skates, USA 1943, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram, directed by Leslie Goodwins

93.) Sky Bandits, USA 1940, produced by Phil Goldstone for Criterion/Monogram, directed by Ralph Staub

94.) The Sky Dragon, USA 1949, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Lesley Selander

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Roland Winters), Number One Son Lee Chan, Charlie Chan at Monogram

95.) Skyway, USA 1933, produced by William T. Lackey for Monogram, directed by Lewis D. Collins

96.) Song of the Range, USA 1944, produced by Philip N. Krasne for Monogram, directed by Wallace Fox

97.) Sonora Stagecoach, USA 1944, produced by Robert Emmett Tansey for Monogram, directed by Robert Emmett Tansey

98.) The Sphinx, USA 1933, produced by Albert S.Rogell for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

99.) Spooks Run Wild, USA 1941, produced by Sam Katzman for Monogram (Banner Productions), directed by Phil Rosen

100.) Spy Train, USA 1943, produced by Max King for Monogram, directed by Harold Young

101.) The Star Packer, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

102.) Texas Buddies, USA 1932, produced by Trem Carr for Monogram (Trem Carr Productions), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

103.) Texas Terror, USA 1935, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

104.) Texas to Bataan, USA 1942, produced by George W. Weeks for Monogram, Range Busters Inc, directed by Robert Emmett Tansey

105.) The Thirteenth Guest, USA 1932, produced by M.H. Hoffman for Monogram (Equity), directed by Albert Ray

106.) The Trail Beyond, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

107.) Trail of the Silver Spurs, USA 1941, produced by George W. Weeks for Monogram/Range Busters Inc, directed by S. Roy Luby

108.) Trail Riders, USA 1942, produced by George W. Weeks for Monogram, Range Busters Inc, directed by Robert Emmett Tansey

109.) The Trap, USA 1946, produced by James S. Burkett for Monogram, directed by Howard Bretherton

Charlie Chan, Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler), Charlie Chan at Monogram

110.) Underground Rustlers, USA 1941, produced by George W. Weeks for Monogram/Range Busters Inc, directed by S.Roy Luby

111.) Up in the Air, USA 1940, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram, directed by Howard Bretherton

112.) Voodoo Man, USA 1944, produced by Sam Katzman for Monogram (Banner Productions), directed by William Beaudine

113.) War Dogs, USA 1942, produced by George W. Weeks for Monogram, Range Busters Inc, directed by S. Roy Luby

114.) West of the Divide, USA 1934, produced by Paul Malvern for Monogram Pictures (Lone Star), directed by Robert N. Bradbury

John Wayne at Monogram (Lone Star)

115.) You're out of Luck, USA 1941, produced by Lindsley Parsons for Monogram, directed by Howard Bretherton

116.) Young Blood, USA 1932, produced by Trem Carr for Monogram, directed by Phil Rosen

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