State Penitentiary (1950) ... Rodger Manners

Prison Warden (1949) ... Warden Victor Burnell
The Devil's Henchman (1949) ... Jess Arno
The Crime Doctor's Diary (1949) ... Dr. Robert Ordway
The Gentleman from Nowhere (1948) ... Earl Donovan / Robert Ashton
The Crime Doctor's Gamble (1947) ... Dr. Robert Ordway
The Millerson Case (1947) ... Dr. Robert Ordway
Crime Doctor's Man Hunt (1946) ... Dr. Robert Ordway
Just Before Dawn (1946) ... Dr. Robert Ordway
The Crime Doctor's Warning (1945) ... Dr. Robert Ordway
The Crime Doctor's Courage (1945) ... Dr. Robert Ordway
Shadows in the Night (1944) ... Dr. Robert Ordway
Lady in the Dark (1944) ... Kendall Nesbitt
The Crime Doctor's Strangest Case (1943) ... Dr. Robert Ordway
Crime Doctor (1943) ... Dr. Robert Ordway / Phillip Morgan
Adam Had Four Sons (1941) ... Adam Stoddard
Earthbound (1940) ... Nick Desborough

Barricade (1939) ... Hank Topping
Return of the Cisco Kid (1939) ... The Cisco Kid
Wife, Husband and Friend (1939) ... Leonard Borland aka Logan Bennett
I'll Give a Million (1938) ... Tony Newlander
Hollywood Handicap (Short) (1938) ... Warner Baxter
Kidnapped (1938) ... Alan Breck
Wife, Doctor and Nurse (1937) ... Dr. Judd Lewis
Vogues of 1938 (1937) ... George Curson
Slave Ship (1937) ... Jim Lovett
White Hunter (1936) ... Capt. Clark Rutledge
To Mary - with Love (1936) ... Jack Wallace
The Road to Glory (1936) ... Capt. Paul La Roche
Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936) ... Joaquin Murrieta
The Prisoner of Shark Island (1936) ... Dr. Samuel Alexander Mudd
King of Burlesque (1936) ... Kerry Bolton
Under the Pampas Moon (1935) ... Cesar Campo
One More Spring (1935) ... Jaret Otkar
Hell in the Heavens (1934) ... Lt. Steve Warner
Broadway Bill (1934) ... Dan Brooks
Grand Canary (1934) ... Dr. Harvey Leith
Such Women Are Dangerous (1934) ... Michael Shawn
Stand Up and Cheer! (1934) ... Lawrence Cromwell
As Husbands Go (1934) ... Charles Lingard
Penthouse (1933) ... Jackson Durant
Paddy the Next Best Thing (1933) ... Lawrence Blake
I Loved You Wednesday (1933) ... Philip Fletcher
Dangerously Yours (1933) ... Andrew Burke
42nd Street (1933) ... Julian Marsh
6 Hours to Live (1932) ... Capt. Paul Onslow
Man About Town (1932) ... Stephen Morrow
Amateur Daddy (1932) ... Jim Gladden
Surrender (1931) ... Sergeant Dumaine
The Cisco Kid (1931) ... The Cisco Kid
The Squaw Man (1931) ... Jim Wingate - aka Jim Carston
Their Mad Moment (1931) ... Esteban Cristera
Daddy Long Legs (1931) ... Jervis Pendleton
The Stolen Jools (Short) (1931) ... Cisco Kid Character
Doctors' Wives (1931) ... Dr. Judson Penning
Renegades (1930) ... Jean Deucalion
The Arizona Kid (1930) ... The Arizona Kid
Such Men Are Dangerous (1930) ... Ludwig Kranz / Pierre Villard

En kärleksnatt vid Rio Grande (1929) ... Pablo Wharton Cameron
Happy Days (1929) ... Minstrel Show Performer
Behind That Curtain (1929) ... Col. John Beetham
Thru Different Eyes (1929) ... Jack Winfield
Linda (1929) ... Dr. Paul Randall
In Old Arizona (1928) ... The Cisco Kid
West of Zanzibar (1928) .... Doc
Ramona (1928) ... Alessandro
Craig's Wife (1928) .... Walter Craig
Danger Street (1928) .... Rolly Sigsby
Three Sinners (1928) .... James Harris
The Tragedy of Youth (1928) .... Frank Gordon
A Woman's Way (1928) .... Tony
The Coward (1927) .... Clinton Philbrook
Singed (1927) .... Royce Wingate
Drums of the Desert (1927) .... John Curry
The Telephone Girl (1927) .... Matthew Standish
The Great Gatsby (1926) .... Jay Gatsby
Mismates (1926) .... Ted Carroll
Aloma of the South Seas (1926) .... Nuitane
The Runaway (1926) .... Wade Murrell
Miss Brewster's Millions (1926) .... Thomas B. Hancock Jr
Mannequin (1926) .... John Herrick
The Best People (1925) .... Henry Morgan
A Son of His Father (1925) .... Big Boy Morgan ... Still Code: 809-X
Rugged Water (1925) .... Calvin Horner
Welcome Home (1925) .... Fred Prouty
The Awful Truth (1925) .... Norman Satterlee
The Air Mail (1925) .... Russ Kane
The Golden Bed (1925) .... Bunny O'Neill
The Garden of Weeds (1924) .... Douglas Crawford
Christine of the Hungry Heart (1924) .... Stuart Knight
The Female (1924) .... Col. Valentia
Those Who Dance (1924) .... Bob Kane
His Forgotten Wife (1924) .... Donald Allen/John Rolfe
Alimony (1924) .... Jimmy Mason
... aka When the Crash Came
In Search of a Thrill (1923) .... Adrian Torrens
Blow Your Own Horn (1923) .... Jack Dunbar
St. Elmo (1923/I) .... Murray Hammond
The Ninety and Nine (1922) .... Tom Silverton/Phil Bradbury
If I Were Queen (1922) .... Vladimir
A Girl's Desire (1922) .... Jones/Lord Dysart
The Girl in His Room (1922) .... Kirk Waring
Her Own Money (1922) .... Lew Alden
First Love (1921) .... Donald Halliday
Cheated Hearts (1921) .... Tom Gordon
The Love Charm (1921) .... Thomas Morgan
Sheltered Daughters (1921) .... Pep Mullins

Lombardi, Ltd. (1919) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
All Woman (1918) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
Her Own Money (1914) (uncredited) .... Bit Part
~Warner Baxter~

Born: March 29, 1889 in Columbus, Ohio, USA
Died: May 7, 1951 in Beverly Hills, California, USA
~Biography~
Steadfast leading man Warner Baxter was born in Ohio and raised in San Francisco by his widowed
mother. He worked as a farm implement salesmen in his late teens before turning his hobby of amateur
theatricals into a lifelong profession. Alternating between stock-company assignments and "civilian" jobs
during the World War I years, Baxter reportedly made his first film in 1914, though he'd later list 1922's
Her Own Money as his official screen debut. After one last stage stint in A Tailor Made Man, Baxter
became a full-time movie leading man, though full stardom would not be his until his first talkie, In Old
Arizona (1929). Armed with a thick Mexican accent and a surfeit of roguish charm, Baxter won an
Academy Award for his portrayal of O. Henry's Cisco Kid in this film. His roles became more
sophisticated in nature during the 1930s; sporting a rakish mustache and decked out in evening clothes,
Baxter cut quite a suave figure in such films as To Mary--With Love (1936) and Wife, Doctor and Nurse
(1938). In the '40s he starred in the popular Crime Doctor "B"-picture series at Columbia. One year after
completing his final film, 1950's State Penitentiary, Warner Baxter died as a result of cranial surgery,
which was intended to relieve his long struggle with arthritis.

Biography by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
~Filmography~