Richard Currier


full name: Richard Carlton Currier
nickname: Dick
born Aug. 26, 1892, in Denver, CO
died Dec. 14, 1984, in El Toro, CA


1920

After a short spell with Reelcraft, Currier joined the Roach editorial department in 1920, probably late in the year. Reportedly, he was in a supervisory position from the very beginning, but there are reasons to doubt this. During the period from 1925 to 1932, Currier received credit for editing virtually every Roach film because of his status as the supervising editor. Prior to this period, editing credits are sparse, but those that can be ascertained pretty much always go to Thomas J. Crizer, who had been with Roach for at least a couple of years when Currier joined. This makes it likely that Currier began as a cutter working under Crizer, and became supervisory editor only after Crizer departed in 1925. In any event, even the supervisory editor answered to title writer H. M. Walker, the real head of the editorial department. All that having been said, there is plenty of potential for Currier to have been involved in many of the Our Gang films made prior to his promotion.

The One-Way Trail (editor)
1920 - Republic - 5 reels

©Apr. 17, 1920, and May 3, 1920. Credited as R. C. Currier.

Her First Flame (editor)
May 1920 - Bull's Eye/Model - 2 reels - Gale Henry series

Credited as Dick Currier.

Kick (editor)
1920 - Reelcraft - 2 reels - Milburn Morante series

Credited as R. C. Currier.


1921

The Chef (editor)
1921 - Reelcraft/Bee Hive - 15 min. - Billy Franey series


1922

The Timber Queen (cutter)
July 16, 1922 - Roland/Roach/Pathé - prod. R-2 - Ruth Roland serial

15 episodes. Filmed Oct. 3, 1921, to Feb. 27, 1922. ©June 26, 1922. This is the only Roach film prior to 1925 for which I've found any specific information on Currier. A trade magazine of the era mentions that Currier had by this time edited some of the first chapter of this serial. Nevertheless, if anybody received onscreen credit, it was probably Crizer.


1925

Crizer left the Roach studio probably sometime between February and May. This put Currier in charge of film editing, which meant that he received credit on virtually every Roach film until his departure in 1932, regardless of who actually cut the film.

Should Husbands Be Watched? (presumed editor)
Mar. 15, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 1 reel - prod. D-80 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Mar. 14, 1925. Filmed Nov. 19 to 22, 1924, with added scenes Dec. 5, 1924. ©Feb. 13, 1925. Also listed as M-2. Credited in IMDb, but not by Anthony & Edmonds.

39. Shootin' Injuns (editor)
May 3, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-39 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 19 to Feb. 5, 1925. ©Apr. 2, 1925.

Wild Papa (editor)
May 17, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. F-24 - The Spat Family series

Filmed Jan. 27, and Feb. 2 to 12, 1925. ©May 4, 1925.

42. Boys Will Be Joys (editor)
July 26, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-42 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 13 to 24, 1925. ©July 6, 1925.

Innocent Husbands (presumed editor)
Aug. 2, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. E-18 - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 4 to 14, and May 18 to 22, 1925. ©Aug. 28, 1925. Credited in IMDb, but not by Anthony & Edmonds.

41. Mary, Queen of Tots (editor)
Aug. 23, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. A-41 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 16 to Apr. 1, 1925. ©June 11, 1925.

44. Your Own Back Yard (editor)
Sep. 27, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-2 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 30 to July 16, and July 20 to 29, 1925. ©Aug. 28, 1925.

The Caretaker's Daughter (editor)
Oct. 11, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-1 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 6 to 14, 1925. ©Aug. 20, 1925.

43. Better Movies (editor)
Nov. 1, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-1 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 27 to June 16, 1925. Originally production A-43. ©Aug. 20, 1925.

Should Sailors Marry? (co-editor)
Nov. 8, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-2 - Clyde Cook series

Filmed Apr. 27 to May 8, 1925, with retakes June 2 to 8, 1925. Rob Stone's list also states that retakes started on June 6, but his Laurel Or Hardy book says the 2nd. ©Dec. 30, 1925. Currier received sole credit.

45. One Wild Ride (editor)
Dec. 6, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-3 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 30 to Aug. 4, 1925. ©Nov. 6, 1925.

Starvation Blues (editor)
Dec. 13, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-5 - Clyde Cook series

Filmed Sep. 14 to 29, 1925. ©Dec. 30, 1925.

His Wooden Wedding (editor)
Dec. 20, 1925 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-3 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 1 to 12, 1925. ©Dec. 30, 1925.


1926

46. Good Cheer (editor)
Jan. 10, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-4 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 18, 1925. ©Jan. 23, 1926.

Charley My Boy (editor)
Jan. 24, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-4 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 28 to Oct. 9, 1925. ©Jan. 23, 1926. UK title: Charlie, My Boy.

47. Buried Treasure (editor)
Feb. 14, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-5 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 1 to 19, 1925. ©Jan. 23, 1926.

Wandering Papas (editor)
Feb. 21, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-4 - Clyde Cook series

Also listed as Dec. 13, 1925. Filmed July 13 to Aug. 1, 1925, with retakes Sep. 5, 1925, and miniatures on various dates between July 17 and Aug. 14, 1925. In his book, Rob Stone revises the final date to Aug. 15th. ©Feb. 6, 1926. Title of UK abridged version: Enough To Do.

The Hug Bug (editor)
Mar. 7, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-4 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Nov. 19 to Dec. 5, 1925. ©Mar. 29, 1926.

48. Monkey Business (editor)
Mar. 21, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-6 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 18, 1925. ©Feb. 6, 1926.

Wife Tamers (editor)
Mar. 28, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-8 - Clyde Cook series

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Dec. 2 to 10, 1925 with added scenes Jan. 4 and 6, 1926. In his book, he revises it to Dec. 2 to 9, 1925, without mentioning added scenes. ©Mar. 15, 1926. Also features Lionel Barrymore.

Dog Shy (editor)
Apr. 4, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-6 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Nov. 28 to Dec. 8, 1925. ©Mar. 15, 1926.

Madame Mystery (editor)
Apr. 18, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-8 - All Star series with Theda Bara

According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Dec. 1 to 24, 1925, but according to his book, filming began on the 10th. ©Mar. 15, 1926. Foreign version released in 5 reels.

49. Baby Clothes (editor)
Apr. 25, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-7 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 7 to 20, 1925, with retakes Jan. 11, 1926. ©Mar. 15, 1926.

50. Uncle Tom's Uncle (editor)
May 30, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-8 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 12 to Feb. 3, 1926. ©Apr. 28, 1926.

He Forgot To Remember (editor)
June 6, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-1 - Clyde Cook series

Filmed Mar. 27 to Apr. 19, 1925, with retakes May 25 to 29, 1925, and Jan. 28 to 29, 1926. ©May 26, 1926.

Long Fliv The King (editor)
June 13, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-8 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 22 to Mar. 6, 1926. ©May 17, 1926.

51. Thundering Fleas (co-editor)
July 4, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-9 - Our Gang series

Also listed for July 28, 1926. Filmed Mar. 8 to 25, 1926. ©May 26, 1926. Currier received sole credit, but Lloyd Campbell was the cutter on this film.

Mighty Like A Moose (editor)
July 18, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-9 - Charley Chase series

Premiered June 21, 1926. Filmed Mar. 20 to Apr. 2, 1926. ©May 26, 1926. Added to the National Film Registry on Dec. 27, 2007.

Along Came Auntie (editor)
July 25, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. H-8 - Glenn Tryon series

Filmed Apr. 9 to 24, 1926. ©July 26, 1926.

52. Shivering Spooks (editor)
Aug. 8, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-10 - Our Gang series

Premiered July 4, 1926. Filmed Apr. 7 to 28, 1926. ©July 26, 1926.

Crazy Like A Fox (editor)
Aug. 22, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-10 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Apr. 14 to 22, 1926, with retakes May 28 to June 1, 1926. This is according to Rob Stone's list. His book states that the retakes were all done on the 28th. ©July 26, 1926.

Should Husbands Pay? (editor)
Sep. 5, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-10 - All Star series

Filmed Apr. 19 to May 5, 1926. ©July 26, 1926.

53. The Fourth Alarm! (editor)
Sep. 12, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-11 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 24 to June 14, 1926. ©Sep. 17, 1926.

Bromo And Juliet (editor)
Sep. 19, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-11 - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 11 to 25, 1926, with added scenes June 8, 1926. ©July 26, 1926.

Wise Guys Prefer Brunettes (editor)
Oct. 3, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-12 - All Star series

Filmed May 14 to June 2, 1926, with added scenes June 7, 1926. ©Sep. 17, 1926.

Tell 'Em Nothing (editor)
Oct. 17, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-12 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 15 to 26, 1926. ©Oct. 26, 1926.

Raggedy Rose (editor)
Nov. 7, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. S-11 - Mabel Normand series

Filmed Mar. 15 to Apr. 2, 1926, with retakes Apr. 15 to 17, 1926. Originally production C-9. ©Oct. 26, 1926. Previewed as a 4-reeler, and released in five reels for foreign markets.

The Desert's Toll (editor)
Nov. 14, 1926 - Roach/MGM - 6 reels - Francis McDonald feature

One of two westerns from the "M" series directed by Clifford Smith. ©Dec. 21, 1926.

Be Your Age (editor)
Nov. 14, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-13 - Charley Chase series

According to Rob Stone, this was filmed Aug. 13 to 24, 1926. According to Anthony & Edmonds, the filming lasted all the way to Sep. 24, 1936. Surely the year is an error. ©Oct. 26, 1926.

54. War Feathers (editor)
Nov. 21, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-12 - Our Gang series

Filmed Aug. 5 to Sep. 4, 1926. ©Dec. 13, 1926.

The Nickel Hopper (editor)
Dec. 5, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. H-11 - Mabel Normand series

Also listed as prod. H-13. Filmed Aug. 19 to Sep. 3, 1926. ©Nov. 11, 1926.

There Ain't No Santa Claus (editor)
Dec. 12, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-15 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Jan. 9, 1927. Filmed Sep. 27 to Oct. 7, 1926. ©Dec. 31, 1926.

56. Telling Whoppers (editor)
Dec. 19, 1926 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-14 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Dec. 29, 1926. Filmed Sep. 10 to 18, 1926. ©Nov. 11, 1926.


1927

57. Bring Home The Turkey (editor)
Jan. 16, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-15 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 29 to Oct. 15, 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927.

Should Men Walk Home? (editor)
Feb. 6, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 3 reels - prod. H-15 - All Star series with Mabel Normand and Creighton Hale

Also listed as a two reeler, and also listed for Jan. 30, 1927. Filmed Oct. 25 to Nov. 11, 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927.

Are Brunettes Safe? (editor)
Feb. 6, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-16 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 25 to Nov. 4, 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927.

55. Seeing The World (editor)
Feb. 13, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-13 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 29 to Nov. 15, 1926. European footage shot July and Aug. 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927.

The Valley Of Hell (editor)
Feb. 19, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 5 reels - Francis McDonald feature

One of two westerns from the "M" series directed by Clifford Smith. ©Mar. 2, 1927.

Why Girls Say No (editor)
Feb. 20, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-16 - All Star series with Marjorie Daw

Filmed Sep. 9 to 21, 1926, with retakes Sep. 25, 1926. ©Jan. 14, 1927. Also featuring Max Davidson.

58. Ten Years Old (editor)
Mar. 13, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-16 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 24 to Dec. 14, 1926. ©Feb. 14, 1927.

Slipping Wives (editor)
Apr. 17, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-18 - All Star series with Priscilla Dean

Also listed for Apr. 3, 1927. Filmed Oct. 20 to Nov. 3, 1926. ©Jan. 17, 1927. Also featuring Herbert Rawlinson, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.

No Man's Law (editor)
Apr. 24, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 7 reels - prod. J-5 - Rex The Wonder Horse feature

Also listed for May 1, 1927. Also featuring Barbara Kent, James Finlayson and Oliver Hardy. According to Rob Stone's list, this was filmed Dec. 11, 1926, and Dec. 18, 1926, to Jan. 7, 1927. His book revises this information, however, as Dec. 11 to 30, 1926. ©Apr. 7, 1927. UK title: Man's Law.

Love 'Em And Weep (editor)
June 12, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. S-19 - All Star series

Filmed Nov. 26 to Dec. 7, 1926, with retakes Jan. 12 to 13, 1927. ©Apr. 11, 1927. Featuring Mae Busch, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy and James Finlayson. This film replaced a previous prod. S-19, titled "A Close Shave," which was written by Stan Laurel, but never made.

Fluttering Hearts (editor)
June 19, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-20 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 14 to Mar. 1, 1927, with retakes Mar. 21, 1927. ©May 18, 1927.

61. Baby Brother (editor)
June 26, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-19 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 17 to Mar. 14, 1927. ©May 18, 1927.

The Sting Of Stings (editor)
Sep. 3, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-2 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 3 to 13, 1927. ©Sep. 14, 1927. UK title: A Treat For The Boys.

Sugar Daddies (presumed editor)
Sep. 10, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-1 - All Star series

Filmed May 26 to June 3, 1927. ©Aug. 17, 1927. Featuring James Finlayson, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy. Currier is listed in IMDb, but not by Skretvedt.

63. Olympic Games (editor)
Sep. 11, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-21 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Sep. 10, 1927. Filmed Apr. 22 to May 6, 1927. ©July 8, 1927.

What Every Iceman Knows (editor)
Sep. 17, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-1 - Max Davidson series

Filmed June 3 to 11, 1927. ©Sep. 14, 1927. Includes tinted sequences.

67. Yale Vs. Harvard (editor)
Sep. 24, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-1 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 13 to 24, 1927. ©Aug. 17, 1927.

The Lighter That Failed (editor)
Oct. 1, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-1 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 17 to 24, 1927. ©Oct. 12, 1927.

The Second Hundred Years (editor)
Oct. 8, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-2 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed June 11 to 18, 1927. ©Sep. 21, 1927. Includes tinted sequences.

Call Of The Cuckoos (editor)
Oct. 15, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-2 - Max Davidson series

Filmed June 13 to 22, 1927, with added scenes Aug. 2, 1927. ©Oct. 12, 1927. Also featuring Charley Chase, James Finlayson, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.

68. The Old Wallop (editor)
Oct. 22, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-2 - Our Gang series

Filmed Aug. 8 to 20, 1927. ©Oct. 22, 1927.

The Way Of All Pants (editor)
Oct. 29, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-3 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Aug. 12 to 22, 1927. ©Oct. 17, 1927. UK title: The Way Of All Dress.

Hats Off (editor)
Nov. 5, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-3 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Aug. 19 to 29, 1927. ©Oct. 17, 1927.

Love 'Em And Feed 'Em (editor)
Nov. 12, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-3 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Aug. 9 to 14, 1927. New ending shot around Sep. 1, 1927. ©Oct. 17, 1927.

The Dancer Of Barcelona (producer)
c. 1927 - Currier - 7 reels

©Nov. 15, 1927. The Copyright Catalog credits Currier as the copyright claimant of this film.

69. Heebee Jeebees (editor)
Nov. 19, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-3 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Nov. 29, 1927. Filmed Aug. 29 to Sep. 13, and Sep. 30, 1927. ©Nov. 1, 1927.

Us (editor)
Nov. 26, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-4 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 6 to 21, 1927. ©Nov. 22, 1927.

Putting Pants On Philip (editor)
Dec. 3, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-4 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

According to Rob Stone, this was filmed Sep. 13 to 23, 1927. According to Randy Skretvedt, filming continued until the 27th. ©Jan. 3, 1928.

Assistant Wives (editor)
Dec. 4, 1927 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. B-23 - Charley Chase series

Also listed as Dec. 12, 1927. Filmed May 4 to 17, 1927. ©Sep. 2, 1927.

Fighting Fathers (editor)
Dec. 10, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-4 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Aug. 24 to Sep. 2, 1927. ©Nov. 22, 1927.

70. Dog Heaven (editor)
Dec. 17, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-4 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 15 to Oct. 13, 1927, with retakes Nov. 1, 1927. ©Nov. 26, 1929.

Never The Dames Shall Meet (editor)
Dec. 24, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-5 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 5 to 13, 1927. ©Dec. 24, 1927.

The Battle Of The Century (editor)
Dec. 31, 1927 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-5 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Oct. 5 to 13, and 27 to 29, 1927. According to Rob Stone, retakes were shot Nov. 11, 1927, but according to Randy Skretvedt, these took place on the 12th. ©Jan. 9, 1928.


1928

In October, Currier went to Camden, NJ, to visit the offices of the Victor Talking Machine Company, where he learned about sound recording, and then applied this knowledge to add music and sound effects to the Roach studio's late silent films.

Pass the Gravy (editor)
Jan. 7, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-6 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Oct. 14 to 31, 1927. ©Jan. 9, 1928. Added to the National Film Registry on Nov. 16, 1998.

71. Spook-Spoofing (editor)
Jan. 14, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. G-5 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 11 to 27, 1927. ©Jan. 14, 1928.

All For Nothing (editor)
Jan. 21, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-6 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Feb. 18, 1928. Filmed Oct. 27 to Nov. 4, 1927. ©Jan. 21, 1928.

Leave 'Em Laughing (editor)
Jan. 28, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-6 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Nov. 3 to 11, 1927, with retakes Nov. 17, 1927. According to Randy Skretvedt, there were also retakes on the 12th. ©Jan. 9, 1928.

Dumb Daddies (editor)
Feb. 4, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-7 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Nov. 17 to Dec. 1, 1927. ©Feb. 4, 1928.

72. Rainy Days (editor)
Feb. 11, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-6 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 4 to Dec. 28, 1927. ©Feb. 11, 1928, and Sep. 4, 1929.

The Family Group (editor)
Feb. 18, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-8 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Dec. 12 to 23, 1927. ©Feb. 18, 1928.

The Finishing Touch (editor)
Feb. 25, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-7 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Dec. 2 to 17, 1927. ©Feb. 25, 1928.

66. The Smile Wins (editor)
Feb. 26, 1928 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. K-23 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 24 to June 7, 1927. ©Sep. 2, 1927.

Came The Dawn (editor)
Mar. 3, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-8 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Dec. 18, 1927, to Jan. 3, 1928. ©Mar. 3, 1928.

73. Edison, Marconi & Co. (editor)
Mar. 10, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-7 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Mar. 9, 1928. Filmed Dec. 16 to 22, and Dec. 28, 1927. ©Mar. 10, 1928.

Galloping Ghosts (editor)
Mar. 11, 1928 - Roach/Pathé - 2 reels - prod. C-9 - All Star series

Filmed June 1 to 14, 1926. ©July 22, 1927. Also listed as both a 1926 and a 1927 film, and as a Clyde Cook film, even though he wasn't in it. Two other films were also temporarily given the C-9 production number, one of which was a Cook film, but were reassigned as S-10 and S-11.

Aching Youth (editor)
Mar. 17, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-9 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 9 to 23, 1928. ©Mar. 17, 1928.

From Soup To Nuts (editor)
Mar. 24, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-8 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Dec. 27, 1927, to Jan. 5, 1928. ©Mar. 24, 1928. Previewed as Let George Do It.

Blow By Blow (editor)
Mar. 31, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-9 - Max Davidson series

Also listed for Mar. 21, 1928. Filmed Jan. 9 to 17, 1928. ©Mar. 31, 1928.

74. Barnum & Ringling, Inc. (editor)
Apr. 7, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-8 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 21, 1927, to Jan. 9, 1928. ©Apr. 7, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Limousine Love (editor)
Apr. 14, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-10 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 2 to 14, 1928. ©Apr. 14, 1928.

You're Darn Tootin' (editor)
Apr. 21, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-9 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Jan. 17 to 27, 1928. ©Apr. 21, 1928. UK title: The Music Blasters.

Tell It To The Judge (editor)
Apr. 28, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-5 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Sep. 9 to Oct. 1, 1927, with retakes Nov. 7 and 10, 1927. ©Apr. 28, 1928.

75. Fair And Muddy (editor)
May 5, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-9 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 16 to Feb. 8, 1928. ©May 5, 1928.

The Fight Pest (editor)
May 12, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-11 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 28 to Mar. 8, 1928. ©May 12, 1928.

Their Purple Moment (editor)
May 19, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-10 - All Star series with Laurel & Hardy

Filmed Feb. 15 to 24, 1928, with retakes Mar. 7, 1928. ©May 19, 1928.

Should Women Drive? (editor)
May 26, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. D-10 - Max Davidson series

Filmed Jan. 20 to 30, 1928. ©May 15, 1928.

76. Crazy House (editor)
June 2, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-10 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 10 to 24, 1928. ©May 16, 1928.

Imagine My Embarassment (editor)
Sep. 1, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-12 - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 3 to 9, 1928. ©Sep. 1, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Should Married Men Go Home? (editor)
Sep. 8, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-11 - Laurel & Hardy series

According to Randy Skretvedt, this was filmed Mar. 12 to 21, 1928, with added scenes Mar. 23 and May 11, inserts on May 2, and retakes May 12, 1928. The dates for the initial filming match Rob Stone's information for "That Night." ©Sep. 8, 1928.

That Night (editor)
Sep. 15, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-11 - All Star series with Max Davidson

Rob Stone's list includes this film twice. As a Davidson film, it's listed as prod. D-11, which was filmed Feb. 7 to 14, 1928. As part of the All Star series, it's listed as prod. S-11, which was filmed Mar. 12 to 21, 1928. ©Sep. 15, 1928. Includes tinted sequences.

77. Growing Pains (editor)
Sep. 22, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-11 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 27 to Mar. 15, 1928. ©Sep. 22, 1928.

Is Everybody Happy? (editor)
Sep. 29, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-13 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for Sep. 28, 1928. Filmed June 5 to 13, 1928, with retakes June 29, 1928. ©Sep. 29, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Early To Bed (editor)
Oct. 6, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-12 - Laurel & Hardy series series

According to Rob Stone, this was filmed June 19 to 20, 1928, with retakes June 25 to 26, 1928. Randy Skretvedt instead gives the shooting dates for "Do Gentlemen Snore." ©Oct. 6, 1928.

Do Gentlemen Snore? (editor)
Oct. 13, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-12 - All Star series with Max Davidson.

Rob Stone's list includes this film twice. As a Davidson film, it's listed as prod. D-12, which was filmed May 15 to 19, 1928. As part of the All Star series, it's listed as prod. S-12, which was filmed May 21 to 29, 1928. ©Oct. 13, 1928. Includes tinted sequences.

78. The Ol' Gray Hoss (editor)
Oct. 20, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-12 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 7 to 26, 1928, with retakes Aug. 16, 1928. ©Oct. 20, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

All Parts (editor)
Oct. 27, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-15 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 27 to Aug. 6, 1928. ©Oct. 27, 1928, and Jan. 22, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Two Tars (editor)
Nov. 3, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-13 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 22 to July 3, 1928. ©Nov. 3, 1928.

The Boy Friend (editor)
Nov. 10, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-13 - All Star series

Filmed June 18 to 25, 1928, with retakes June 27, 1928. ©Oct. 15, 1928. Featuring Edgar Kennedy, Marion Byron. Also listed as part of Max Davidson series.

79. School Begins (editor)
Nov. 17, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-13 - Our Gang series

Premiered Sep. 16, 1928. Filmed June 7 to 28, 1928. ©Nov. 17, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

The Booster (editor)
Nov. 24, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-14 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 9 to 14, 1928, with retakes Sep. 18, 1928. ©Nov. 24, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Habeas Corpus (editor/uncredited sound editor)
Dec. 1, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-14 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed July 16 to 21, and July 30 to 31, 1928. ©June 27, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Feed 'Em And Weep (editor)
Dec. 8, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-14 - All Star series

Filmed July 12 to 24, 1928, with retakes Aug. 2, 1928. ©July 1, 1929.

80. The Spanking Age (editor)
Dec. 15, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-14 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 2 to 14, 1928. ©Dec. 15, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Chasing Husbands (editor)
Dec. 22, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-16 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 4 to 14, 1928. ©Dec. 6, 1928. Also featuring Jean Harlow.

We Faw Down (editor)
Dec. 29, 1928 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-15 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Aug. 23 to Sep. 1, 1928, with retakes Sep. 13, 1928. Randy Skretvedt adds Sep. 7 for retakes. ©Dec. 29, 1928. Released with a synchronized soundtrack. UK title: We Slip Up.


1929

Assuming IMDb is talking about the same Richard Currier, it appears that he began to direct some shorts for RKO in the latter half of 1929 and continued to do so into 1930. Oddly enough, this didn't seem to interrupt his duties for Roach.

81. Election Day (editor)
Jan. 12, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-15 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 19 to Aug. 4, 1928, with retakes Aug. 22 to 24, 1928. ©Dec. 10, 1928.

Liberty (co-editor)
Jan. 26, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-16 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Oct. 1 to 17, 1928, with retakes Nov. 13 to 19, 1928. Randy Skretvedt adds Oct. 26th for retakes. ©Jan. 28, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

82. Noisy Noises (editor)
Feb. 9, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-16 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 29 to Nov. 10, 1928. ©Mar. 5, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Wrong Again (editor)
Feb. 23, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-17 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Nov. 21 to Dec. 1, 1928. ©Mar. 5, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

When Money Comes (editor)
Mar. 2, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-17 - All Star series

Filmed Oct. 26 to 30, 1928. ©Mar. 5, 1929.

83. The Holy Terror (editor)
Mar. 9, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-17 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 19 to 28, 1928. ©July 11, 1929.

Loud Soup (presumed editor)
Mar. 16, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-19 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Dec. 4 to 8, 1928. ©July 11, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack. The Copyright Catalog credits Currier, but Anthony & Edmonds credit William Terhune.

That's My Wife (editor)
Mar. 23, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-18 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 11 to 16, 1928. ©Mar. 11, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Why Is A Plumber? (editor)
Mar. 30, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-19 - All Star series

Also listed for Mar. 11, 1929. Filmed Dec. 13 to 17, 1927. ©Mar. 11, 1929. Featuring Jean Harlow and Edgar Kennedy.

84. Wiggle Your Ears (editor)
Apr. 6, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-18 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 4 to 12, 1928. ©Mar. 5, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Thin Twins (editor)
Apr. 13, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-20 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Dec. 11 to 17, 1928. ©Mar. 11, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Big Business (editor)
Apr. 20, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-19 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 19 to 26, 1928. ©June 27, 1929. Added to the National Film Registry on Dec. 4, 1992.

The Unkissed Man (editor)
Apr. 27, 1929 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-18 - All Star series

Filmed Dec. 3 to 8, 1928, with added scenes Dec. 28, 1928. ©May 20, 1929. Featuring Jean Harlow and Bryant Washburn.

Unaccustomed As We Are (editor)
May 4, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-23 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Mar. 25 to 30, 1929, with retakes Apr. 1, 1929. ©Dec. 10, 1929.

85. Fast Freight (editor)
May 4, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. G-19 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 10 to 27, and Dec. 29, 1928. ©Apr. 1, 1929.

Movie Night (editor)
May 11, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. C-7 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Nov. 21 to Dec. 2, 1927, with retakes Dec. 18 to 22, 1928. ©Apr. 1, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Hurdy Gurdy (editor)
May 11, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-21 - All Star series

Filmed Apr. 2 to 6, 1929. ©June 5, 1929. Featuring Edgar Kennedy.

89. Small Talk (editor)
May 18, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 3 reels - prod. G-23 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Apr. 18, 1929. Filmed Mar. 25 to Apr. 6, 1929. ©July 30, 1929.

Double Whoopee (editor)
May 18, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. L-20 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 5 to 9, 1929. ©May 13, 1929.

The Big Squawk (editor)
May 25, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-21 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Apr. 8 to 13, 1929. ©July 29, 1929.

Thundering Toupees (editor)
May 25, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. S-20 - All Star series

Filmed Dec. 20 to 27, 1928. ©June 27, 1929. Featuring Jean Harlow and Edgar Kennedy.

86. Little Mother (editor)
June 1, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. G-20 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 4 to 13, 1929. ©June 3, 1929.

Berth Marks (editor)
June 1, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-24 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Apr. 15 to 18, Apr. 22, and Apr. 24, 1929. ©Dec. 9, 1929. Also released as a silent film. Reissued in 1936 with new soundtrack music.

Madame "Q" (editor)
June 8, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-22 - All Star series

Filmed Apr. 11 to 15, 1929. ©July 1, 1929.

90. Railroadin' (editor)
June 15, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-24 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 17 to 25, 1929. ©Dec. 9, 1929.

Leaping Love (editor)
June 22, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-22 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Apr. 29 to May 3, 1929. ©Dec. 9, 1929.

Men O'War (editor)
June 29, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-25 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed May 7 to 15, 1929, with Hollenbeck Park filming taking place May 11 to 18, 1929. ©July 29, 1929.

Dad's Day (editor)
July 6, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-23 - All Star series

Also listed for July 7, 1929. Filmed May 13 to 17, 1929. ©July 29, 1929. Featuring Edgar Kennedy.

Snappy Sneezer (editor)
July 27, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-23 - Charley Chase series

Also listed for July 29, 1929. Filmed May 25 to 30, 1929. ©Aug. 12, 1929.

Perfect Day (editor)
Aug. 10, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-26 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 3 to 8, 1929. ©Aug. 12, 1929.

The Burglar (supervisor)
Aug. 11, 1929 - RKO Radio - 1 reel

©Aug. 11, 1929. Credited as Dick Currier.

92. Lazy Days (editor)
Aug. 15, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-26 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Oct. 24, 1929. Filmed June 10 to 20, 1929. ©Aug. 26, 1929.

Hotter Than Hot (editor)
Aug. 17, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-24 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed June 10 to 17, 1929. ©Aug. 26, 1929.

Crazy Feet (editor)
Sep. 7, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-24 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 20 to 27, 1929. ©Aug. 26, 1929.

St. Louis Blues (supervisor)
Sep. 8, 1929 - RKO Radio - 2 reels

©Sep. 8, 1929. Credited as Dick Currier. Featuring Bessie Smith.

91. Boxing Gloves (editor)
Sep. 9, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-25 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 13 to 25, 1929. ©Sep. 9, 1929.

87. Cat, Dog & Co. (editor)
Sep. 14, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. G-21 - Our Gang series

Filmed Feb. 20 to Mar. 2, 1929. ©Sep. 3, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

They Go Boom (editor)
Sep. 21, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-27 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 26 to 27, July 1, and July 5 to 11, 1929. ©Aug. 26, 1929.

Sky Boy (editor)
Oct. 5, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-25 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed July 16 to 22, 1929. ©Sep. 23, 1929.

93. Bouncing Babies (editor)
Oct. 12, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-27 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 5 to 15, 1929. ©Sep. 23, 1929.

Two Gun Ginsberg (supervisor)
Oct. 13, 1929 - RKO Radio - 2 reels - Nat Carr series

©Oct. 13, 1929. Credited as Dick Currier.

The Bridegroom (supervisor)
Oct. 13, 1929 - RKO Radio - 1 reel

©Feb. 2, 1930. Credited as Dick Currier.

Bacon Grabbers (editor)
Oct. 19, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. L-21 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 18 to 27, 1929. ©Sep. 3, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Stepping Out (editor)
Nov. 2, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-25 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 16 to 22, 1929. ©Sep. 23, 1929.

88. Saturday's Lesson (editor)
Nov. 9, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. G-22 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 5 to 11, 1929. ©Sep. 9, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Hunt The Tiger (supervisor)
Nov. 10, 1929 - RKO Radio - 2 reels

©Nov. 10, 1929. Credited as Dick Currier.

Godfrey Ludlow And The NBC Orchestra (director)
Nov. 10, 1929 - RKO Radio - 1 reel

The Hoose-Gow (editor)
Nov. 16, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. L-28 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Aug. 30 to Sep. 10, 1929. ©Nov. 11, 1929.

Skirt Shy (editor)
Nov. 30, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. S-26 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Sep. 11 to 26, 1929. ©Dec. 9, 1929.

94. Moan & Groan, Inc. (editor)
Dec. 7, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. G-28 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 14, 1929. ©Dec. 2, 1929.

The Uncle (supervisor/director)
Dec. 8, 1929 - RKO Radio - 1 reel - Marc Connelly series

©Oct. 13, 1929.

Black And Tan (production supervisor)
Dec. 8, 1929 - RKO Radio - 2 reels

©Dec. 8, 1929. Credited as Dick Currier. Featuring Duke Ellington.

The Suitor (director)
Dec. 8, 1929 - RKO Radio - 1 reel - Marc Connelly series

©Dec. 8, 1929.

Angora Love (editor)
Dec. 14, 1929 - Roach/MGM - silent - 2 reels - prod. L-22 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Mar. 8 to 14, 1929. Previewed in late Mar. 1929. ©Sep. 3, 1929. Released with a synchronized soundtrack.

Great Gobs! (producer)
Dec. 28, 1929 - Roach/MGM - talkie - 2 reels - prod. C-26 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 16 to 21, 1929, with retakes Sep. 25 and Oct. 7, 1929.


1930

The Fair Deceiver (supervisor)
Jan. 3, 1930 - RKO Radio - 1 reel

©Jan. 5, 1930. Credited as Dick Currier.

Night Owls (editor)
Jan. 4, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-29 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 12, 1929. ©Jan. 6, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Ladrones, and possibly German. The Italian version, entitled Ladroni, was probably dubbed.

The Head Guy (editor)
Jan. 11, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-27 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Oct. 3 to 8, 1929. ©Dec. 26, 1929.

Gunboat Ginsberg (supervisor)
Jan. 12, 1930 - RKO Radio - 2 reels - Nat Carr series

©Jan. 12, 1930. Credited as Dick Currier.

95. Shivering Shakespeare (editor)
Jan. 25, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-29 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 30 to Oct. 12, 1929. ©Dec. 17, 1929.

The Real McCoy (editor)
Feb. 1, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-27 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 14 to 21, 1929. ©Dec. 26, 1929.

Blotto (editor)
Feb. 8, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-30 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 11 to 21, 1929. ©Feb. 13, 1930. Also filmed as Spanish 5 reeler entitled La vida nocturna and in French as Une nuit extravagante. Foreign versions filmed Dec. 26, 1929, to Jan. 2, 1930, and Jan. 17, 1930. Randy Skretvedt provides a variation of this, stating that the domestic resumed filming from Dec. 26 to 31, 1929, with the foreign versions being filmed from Jan. 2 to 17, 1930. The English language version was re-released as a two-reeler in 1937 with new background music.

Old Bill's Christmas (supervisor)
Feb. 9, 1930 - RKO Radio - 2 reels

©Jan. 27, 1930. Credited as Dick Currier.

The Fighting Parson (editor)
Feb. 22, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-28 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Oct. 21 to Nov. 1, 1929. ©Jan. 6, 1930.

96. The First Seven Years (editor)
Mar. 1, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-30 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 28 to Nov. 16, 1929. ©Jan. 20, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Los pequenos papas.

The Strange Interview (supervisor)
Mar. 2, 1930 - RKO Radio - 1 reel

©Mar. 2, 1930. Credited as Dick Currier.

Whispering Whoopee (editor)
Mar. 8, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-29 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 17 to 24, 1930.

Campus Sweethearts (supervisor)
Mar. 9, 1930 - RKO Radio - 3 reels - Rudy Vallee series

©Feb. 12, 1930. Credited as Dick Currier. In addition to the usual 35mm print, this film was released in the Spoor-Berggren Natural Vision 65mm widescreen process.

Brats (editor)
Mar. 22, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-31 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Jan. 21 to Feb. 7, 1930. ©Mar. 31, 1930. Also filmed in German as Gluckliche kindheit, and in French as Les Bons Petits Diables, and possibly in Spanish. Also released as a silent film.

The Big Kick (editor)
Mar. 29, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-29 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Nov. 20 to 29, 1929. ©Feb. 17, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as La estacion de gasolina.

The Magnate (director)
Mar. 30, 1930 - RKO Radio - 1 reel - Marc Connelly series

©Mar. 30, 1930. Credited as Dick Currier.

97. When The Wind Blows (editor)
Apr. 5, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-31 - Our Gang series

Filmed Nov. 29 to Dec. 10, 1929. ©Feb. 10, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Las fantasmas.

General Ginsberg (supervisor)
Apr. 13, 1930 - RKO Radio - 2 reels - Nat Carr series

©Apr. 13, 1930. Credited as Dick Currier.

All Teed Up (editor)
Apr. 19, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-28 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 3 to Feb. 1, 1930. ©Apr. 7, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as El Jugador de Golf and in French as Le Joueur de Golf. Both versions were in four reels. The Spanish version was released in Mexico on May 8, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on May 19, 1930.

Below Zero (editor)
Apr. 26, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-32 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 17 to 28, 1930. ©Apr. 14, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Tiembla y titubea and possibly in German.

The Shrimp (editor)
May 3, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-30 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Also listed for May 2, 1930. Filmed Dec. 12 to 26, 1929. ©Mar. 3, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as ¡Pobre infeliz!. Roach directed the retakes.

98. Bear Shooters (editor)
May 17, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-32 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 19, 1929, to Jan. 4, 1930, and Jan. 21, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Los cazadores de osos.

Fifty Million Husbands (editor)
May 24, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-30 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Feb. 17 to 28, 1930. ©Nov. 30, 1930. Anthony & Edmonds speculate that the French version, known as No 'ume de Pipe!:, was probably the U.S. version with dubbing.

The Guest (director)
May 25, 1930 - RKO Radio - 1 reel - Marc Connelly series

©May 25, 1930.

Hog Wild (editor)
May 31, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-33 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Apr. 4 to 21, 1930. ©Dec. 3, 1930. UK title: Aerial Antics. Also filmed in Spanish as Radio mania and in French as Pele Mele.

The King (editor)
June 14, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-31 - All Star series with Harry Langdon

Filmed Feb. 7 to 22, 1930. ©Apr. 21, 1930. Also filmed in German as Der Konig.

99. A Tough Winter (editor)
June 21, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-33 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 27 to Feb. 15, 1930. ©Apr. 14, 1930. Also filmed in German as Winter Wetter and in French as Semps d'hiver.

Fast Work (editor)
June 28, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-31 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Apr. 3 to 19, 1930. ©May 22, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish, with added scenes May 23 to 24, 1930, and released as Locuras de Amor, which was prod. C-31-S and five reels in length. Alternate title: Ay Amor, Como me has Puesto!. Released in Chile on Sep. 2, 1930, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Oct. 23, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Dec. 12, 1930. The Mexican version totaled 50 minutes. Currier was also credited with editing the Spanish version.

Good Time Kenneth (director)
July 20, 1930 - RKO Radio - 1 reel - Marc Connelly series

©July 20, 1930.

Girl Shock (editor)
Aug. 23, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-32-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 5 to 19, 1930. ©Aug. 25, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as ¡Huye, Faldas!, which was prod. C-32-S. Released in La Habana, Cuba, on Oct. 6, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Nov. 3, 1930. Also filmed in French as Timide Malgré Lui, which was prod. C-32-F. Both foreign versions were filmed May 9 to 19, 1930. The Spanish version was two reels in length and the French version may have been as well.

100. Pups Is Pups (editor)
Aug. 30, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-34 - Our Gang series

Filmed Apr. 21 to May 9, 1930. ©July 2, 1930. Added to the National Film Registry on Dec. 28, 2004.

The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case (editor)
Sep. 6, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-34-E - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed May 5 to 20, 1930. Randy Skretvedt extends this to the 21st. ©July 16, 1930. Also released as Spanish version entitled Noche de duendes, which incorporated dubbed original footage with newly-filmed Spanish footage of "Berth Marks." This longer version, prod. L-34-C, was also made in German as Der Spuk Um Mitternacht (released May 5, 1931), and in French as Feu Mon Oncle. Foreign footage was filmed May 6 to 28, 1930, with dubbing added July 24 to 30, 1930. Skretvedt states the foreign filming didn't begin until May 22nd.

Doctor's Orders (editor)
Sep. 13, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-32 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Apr. 15 to May 2, May 11 and 12, and June 28, 1930. ©July 7, 1930. Also made as Spanish version entitled Lo ordeno el doctor, which used the English original with full-frame cut-in titles, but wasn't accepted by MGM for release in this format.

Dollar Dizzy (editor)
Oct. 4, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. C-33-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 20 to 30, 1930. ©Oct. 6, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as El Principe del Dolar, which was released in La Habana, Cuba, on Dec. 15, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Jan. 26, 1932. Also filmed in French as Les Chercheuses d'or, which was released in 1930. The production number for these versions was C-33-S-I, and both were five reels in length. Rob Stone's list states that foreign-language filming was done July 2 to 23, 1930. Anthony & Edmonds state that it was July 2 to 13, and July 19, 1930. Currier was also credited with editing the Spanish version.

101. Teacher's Pet (editor)
Oct. 11, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-35 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 21 to 29, 1930. ©Nov. 24, 1930. Also made as Spanish version entitled Comenzo la escuela, which used the English original with full-frame cut-in titles, but wasn't accepted by MGM for release in this format.

Bigger And Better (editor)
Oct. 25, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-33 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed June 2 to 16, 1930, with retakes June 29 to 30, 1930. ©Nov. 24, 1930.

Looser Than Loose (editor)
Nov. 15, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-34-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed Aug. 7 to 16, 1930. ©Nov. 10, 1930. Also filmed in Spanish as Una Cana al Aire, which was released in Los Angeles on Nov. 21, 1930, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Mar. 26, 1932. Also filmed in French as Gare las Bomb!, which was released in 1930. The foreign production number was C-34-S-F, and both versions were five reels in length, with the Spanish version lasting 43 minutes. Both foreign-language versions were filmed Aug. 21 to Sep. 3, 1930. Currier was also credited with editing the Spanish version.

102. School's Out (editor)
Nov. 22, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-36 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 17 to 25, 1930.

Another Fine Mess (editor)
Nov. 29, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-36 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Sep. 22 to Oct. 6, and Oct. 27 to Nov. 4, 1930. Randy Skretvedt adjusts this last part as added scenes on Oct. 27 and 28, and Nov. 4, 1930. ©Dec. 8, 1930.

Ladies Last (editor)
Dec. 6, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-34 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed July 7 to 25, 1930. ©Oct. 1, 1930.

High C's (editor)
Dec. 27, 1930 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. C-35 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 18 to 24, 1930, with retakes Oct. 1, 1930. ©Dec. 8, 1930. Reportedly also filmed in French.


1931

Early this year, Currier's name begins to appear on the title sheets prepared for each of the Our Gang films. H. M. Walker had previously prepared these, and would continue to write dialogue for the series for another year and a half before retiring. Currier's first Our Gang title sheet was for "Fly My Kite" (no. 107).

103. Helping Grandma (editor)
Jan. 3, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-37 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 28 to Aug. 6, 1930. ©Oct. 1, 1930.

Blood And Thunder (editor)
Jan. 17, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-35 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Aug. 23 to Sep. 4, 1930, with retakes Sep. 27, 1930, and added scenes Oct. 4 to 7, 1930. ©Nov. 28, 1930.

Be Big! (editor)
Feb. 7, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-37 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 8 to 13, 1930. Randy Skretvedt extends this to the 15th. ©Feb. 9, 1931, as The Chiselers. Also filmed in Spanish as Los Calaveras and in French as Les Carrotiers, where it was combined with "Laughing Gravy." May have also been filmed in German. The foreign versions were prod. L-37-S-F, and filmed Dec. 15 to 22, 1930.

Thundering Tenors (editor)
Feb. 7, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-36-E - Charley Chase series

Rob Stone's list states that filming took place from Oct. 15 to 23, 1930. Anthony & Edmonds state that filming began on Oct. 16th. ©Dec. 22, 1930. A five reel Spanish version, prod. C-36-S and entitled El Alma de la Fiestra, was filmed Oct. 27 to Nov. 4, 1930. This version was released in San José, Costa Rica on Feb. 26, 1931, and in Madrid, Spain, on Feb. 11, 1932. Currier was also credited with editing the Spanish version.

104. Love Business (editor)
Feb. 14, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-38 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 15, 1930, with retakes Sep. 20, 1930. ©Oct. 26, 1930.

Chickens Come Home (editor)
Feb. 21, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-38-E - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 30, 1930, and Jan. 2 to 10, 1931. Randy Skretvedt adds Dec. 31st. ©Mar. 3, 1931. Reissued as Chicken Come Home. Also filmed in Spanish as Politiquerias, which was prod. L-38-S, and filmed Jan. 12 to 23, 1931.

High Gear (editor)
Feb. 28, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. S-37 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Nov. 7 to 22, 1930. ©Feb. 2, 1931.

The Pip From Pittsburgh (editor)
Mar. 21, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-37-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed Nov. 20 to 28, 1930. ©Feb. 2, 1931. Also filmed in Spanish Dec. 2 to 6, 1930, as La Senorita de Chicago, which was prod. C-37-S. This version was three reels in length, and released in San José, Costa Rica, on Mar. 22, 1931, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Apr. 27, 1931. Currier was also credited with editing the Spanish version.

105. Little Daddy (editor)
Mar. 28, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-39 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 30 to Nov. 13, 1930. ©Feb. 6, 1931.

Laughing Gravy (editor)
Apr. 4, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-39-C - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 2 to 18, 1931, with added scenes Feb. 24, 1931. Previewed as a three reeler, but shortened to two reels for US release. An English-language copy of the missing reel still survives. ©Apr. 16, 1931. Also filmed in Spanish as Los Calaveras and French as Les Carrotiers, with expanded footage and combined with "Be Big." May have also been filmed in German.

Love Fever (editor)
Apr. 11, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-36 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Oct. 6 to 14, 1930, with retakes Oct. 30, 1930. ©Jan. 7, 1931.

Rough Seas (editor)
Apr. 25, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. C-38-E - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 9 to 24, 1931. ©Mar. 19, 1931. A four reel Spanish version entitled Monerias was filmed Jan. 26 to 30, 1931. This verion was prod. C-38-S, and was released in Mexico on Apr. 8, 1931, and in Barcelona, Spain, on Sep. 30, 1931. Currier was also credited for editing the Spanish version.

106. Bargain Day (editor)
May 2, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-40 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 14 to 23, 1930, with retakes Jan. 26 to Feb. 2, 1931. ©Mar. 23, 1931.

Air-Tight (editor)
May 9, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-38 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Dec. 22, 1930, to Jan. 13, 1931. ©Mar. 19, 1931.

Our Wife (editor)
May 16, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-40 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Mar. 9 to 18, 1931. ©Apr. 27, 1931.

One Of The Smiths (editor)
May 23, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. C-39 - Charley Chase series

Also listed as a two reeler. Filmed Feb. 18 to Mar. 2, 1931. ©Apr. 20, 1931.

107. Fly My Kite (editor)
May 30, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-41 - Our Gang series

Filmed Mar. 2 to 14, 1931. ©May 7, 1931.

Let's Do Things (editor)
June 6, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. S-39 - ZaSu Pitts & Thelma Todd series

Filmed Mar. 4 to 12, 1931. ©May 7, 1931. Also featuring The Boy Friends, for whose series this film was originally made.

Pardon Us (editor)
Aug. 15, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 6 reels - prod. F-1 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed June 24 to July 22, 1930, with added scenes Aug. 6 to 11, and Aug. 14, 1930, and retakes Sep. 2 to 3, 5 to 6, and 8, 1930. Randy Skretvedt adds Sep. 2, with added scenes shot Oct. 7 to 14, Oct. 16, Oct. 30 to Nov. 1, Nov. 7 to 9, and Nov. 17. Originally prod. L-35. ©Sep. 10, 1931. UK title: Jailbirds. Also filmed in Spanish as De bote en bote, in French as Sous les verrous, in Italian as Muraglie and in German as Hinter Schloss und Riegel. The foreign versions were prod. L-35-S-I-G, and filmed Aug. 13 to Sep. 12, 1930.

The Panic Is On! (editor)
Aug. 15, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-1 - Charley Chase series

Filmed May 11 to 15, 1931, with retakes May 28, 1931. ©July 27, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Tiempos de crises.

Catch As Catch Can (editor)
Aug. 22, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-1 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed May 18 to 25, 1931. ©July 29, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Enganchalo.

108. Big Ears (editor)
Aug. 29, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-1 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 25 to June 5, 1931. ©Aug. 17, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Orejas de burro.

Call A Cop! (editor)
Sep. 12, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-1 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Also listed for Aug. 29, 1931. Filmed June 1 to 8, and 15 to 20, 1931, with added scenes June 27,1931. ©Aug. 26, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Llama a un policia.

Come Clean (editor)
Sep. 19, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-1 - Laurel & Hardy series

Also listed for May 19, 1931. Filmed May 7 to 14, 1931. ©Sep. 1, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Diselo a las mujeres (Save The Ladies!), in which it was combined with "One Good Turn."

Skip The Maloo! (editor)
Sep. 26, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-2 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 22 to July 1, 1931. ©Sep. 25, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Esquiva el balon.

The Pajama Party (editor)
Oct. 3, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-2 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed Aug. 6 to 14, 1931. ©Oct. 12, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Gente al agua.

109. Shiver My Timbers (editor)
Oct. 10, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-2 - Our Gang series

Filmed June 29 to July 9, 1931. ©Oct. 1, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Piratas infantiles.

Mama Loves Papa (editor)
Oct. 24, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-2 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed July 9 to 18, 1931. ©Oct. 1, 1931.

One Good Turn (editor)
Oct. 31, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-2 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 15 to 26, 1931. ©Oct. 5, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Diselo a las mujeres (Save The Ladies!), in which it was combined with "Come Clean."

What A Bozo! (editor)
Nov. 7, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-3 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Aug. 3 to 10, 1931. ©Oct. 23, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as El director de orquesta.

War Mamas (editor)
Nov. 14, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-3 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed Aug. 15 to 21, 1931, with added scenes Aug. 22, 1931. ©Nov. 30, 1931.

110. Dogs Is Dogs (editor)
Nov. 21, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-3 - Our Gang series

Filmed Aug. 12 to 28, 1931. ©Oct. 27, 1931.

The Kickoff (editor)
Dec. 5, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-3 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Sep. 8 to 19, 1931. ©Nov. 19, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Futbol extraordinario.

Beau Hunks (editor)
Dec. 12, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 4 reels - prod. L-3 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed July 15 to 18, and July 27 to Aug. 11, 1931, with added scenes Aug. 24, 1931. ©Nov. 3, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Heroes de Trachuela, in which it was combined with "Helpmates." UK title: Beau Chumps. Reissued in 1937.

Hasty Marriage (editor)
Dec. 19, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-4 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 21 to 28, 1931. ©Nov. 30, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Casamiento fulminante.

On The Loose (editor)
Dec. 26, 1931 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-4 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed Oct. 5 to 9, 1931. ©Feb. 15, 1932.


1932

Currier was let go during studio downsizing late in the year. His last editing credit for the Our Gang series was for "Fish Hooky" (no. 120), which was also the last Our Gang short for which he prepared the title sheet. He did, however, receive editing credit on the synopsis for "Forgotten Babies" (no. 121). The onscreen credit for this film went to Jack Ogilvie. Currier's dismissal was coincidental with his refusal to spy on the Laurel & Hardy unit for general manager Henry Ginsberg. This happened while Roach was out of town.

111. Readin' And Writin' (editor)
Jan. 2, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-4 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Feb. 2, 1932. Filmed Sep. 30 to Oct. 10, 1931. ©Dec. 17, 1931.

Helpmates (editor)
Jan. 23, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-5 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Oct. 19 to 26, 1931. ©Dec. 21, 1931. Also released with Spanish subtitles as Heroes de Trachuela, in which it was combined with "Beau Hunks."

The Tabasco Kid (editor)
Jan. 30, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-5 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Oct. 26 to Nov. 5, 1931. ©Jan. 20, 1932.

Seal Skins (editor)
Feb. 6, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-5 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed Nov. 10 to 18, 1931. ©Jan. 20, 1932.

Love Pains (editor)
Feb. 13, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-4 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Sep. 23 to Oct. 1, 1931. ©Mar. 1, 1932.

112. Free Eats (editor)
Feb. 13, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-5 - Our Gang series

Also listed for Feb. 18, 1932. Filmed Nov. 6 to 19, 1931. ©Feb. 11, 1932.

Any Old Port! (editor)
Mar. 5, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-4 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Sep. 14 to 23, and Nov. 9 to 11, 1931. ©Feb. 4, 1932.

The Knockout (editor)
Mar. 5, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-5 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Nov. 16 to 22, 1931. ©Mar. 28, 1932.

The Nickel Nurser (editor)
Mar. 12, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-6 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Nov. 30 to Dec. 7, and Dec. 18, 1931. ©Feb. 17, 1932.

Red Noses (editor)
Mar. 19, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-6 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed Jan. 4 to 12, 1932. ©Mar. 14, 1932.

113. Spanky (editor)
Mar. 26, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-6 - Our Gang series

Filmed Dec. 14 to 22, 1931. ©Mar. 29, 1932.

The Music Box (editor)
Apr. 16, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-6 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Dec. 7 to 17, 1931. ©Mar. 14, 1932. Oscar winner for Best Comedy Short Subject. Added to the National Film Registry on Nov. 18, 1997.

You're Telling Me (editor)
Apr. 16, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-6 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Jan. 11 to 16, 1932. ©Apr. 18, 1932.

In Walked Charley (editor)
Apr. 23, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-7 - Charley Chase series

Rob Stone's list states the filming took place from Dec. 18 to 22, 1931. Anthony & Edmonds state that filming began on the 19th. ©Apr. 11, 1932. UK title: In Walked Charles.

Strictly Unreliable (editor)
Apr. 30, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-7 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed Feb. 22 to 29, 1932. ©Apr. 28, 1932.

114. Choo-Choo! (editor)

May 7, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-7 - Our Gang series

Filmed Jan. 25 to Feb. 4, 1932. ©May 2, 1932.

Too Many Women (editor)
May 14, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-7 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Feb. 1 to 6, and Mar. 1 to 8, 1932. ©Oct. 3, 1932.

The Chimp (editor)
May 21, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 3 reels - prod. L-7 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Jan. 18 to 26, 1932. ©May 26, 1932.

First In War (editor)
May 28, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-8 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Jan. 14 to 21, 1932. ©May 31, 1932.

The Old Bull (editor)
June 4, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-8 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed Mar. 18 to 25, 1932. ©May 18, 1932.

115. The Pooch (editor)
June 11, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-8 - Our Gang series

Also listed for June 4, 1932. Filmed Mar. 9 to 17, 1932. ©June 13, 1932.

Wild Babies! (editor)
June 18, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. S-8 - All Star series with The Boy Friends

Filmed Mar. 22 to 25, 1932. ©June 28, 1932. This film included footage from the unreleased Boy Friends film Hopping Off.

County Hospital (co-editor)
June 25, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-8 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Feb. 15 to 25, 1932. ©May 31, 1932.

What Price Taxi (editor)
Aug. 13, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-2 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed June 27 to July 2, 1932. ©Sep. 14, 1932.

Show Business (editor)
Aug. 20, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-9 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed May 11 to 17, 1932. ©Aug. 24, 1932.

116. Hook And Ladder (editor)
Aug. 27, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-9 - Our Gang series

Filmed May 18 to 28, 1932. ©Sep. 14, 1932.

Young Ironsides (editor)
Sep. 3, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-9 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 15 to 22, 1932. ©Sep. 22, 1932.

Scram! (co-editor)
Sep. 10, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-9 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed June 14 to 23, 1932, with retakes July 4 to 9, 1932. ©Sep. 12, 1932. Currier received sole credit.

Pack Up Your Troubles (editor)
Sep. 17, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 7 reels - prod. F-2 - Laurel & Hardy feature

Filmed May 2 to 28, 1932, with retakes June 21 and 23, and July 4 to 9, 1932. ©Sep. 23, 1932.

Strange Innertube (editor)
Sep. 17, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-3 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed July 28 to Aug. 3, 1932. ©Oct. 6, 1932.

Alum And Eve (editor)
Sep. 24, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-10 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed July 18 to 23, 1932. ©Oct. 3, 1932.

Girl Grief (editor)
Oct. 8, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-10 - Charley Chase series

Filmed June 23 to 29, 1932. ©Sep. 26, 1932.

Hot Spot (editor)
Oct. 22, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-4 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Also listed for Sep. 22, 1932. Filmed Aug. 29 to Sep. 2, 1932. ©Nov. 2, 1932.

The Soilers (editor)
Oct. 29, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-11 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed Aug. 1 to 6, 1932. ©Oct. 24, 1932.

Their First Mistake (editor)
Nov. 5, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-10 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Sep. 21 to 28, 1932. ©Nov. 22, 1932.

117. Free Wheeling (editor)
©Nov. 7, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-10 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 19 to 27, 1932, with retakes Sep. 3, 1932.

118. Birthday Blues (editor)
Nov. 12, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-11 - Our Gang series

Filmed July 30 to Aug. 4, 1932. ©Oct. 24, 1932.

Now We'll Tell One (editor)
Nov. 19, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-11 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 11 to 16, 1932. ©Jan. 18, 1933.

Taxi For Two (editor)
Dec. 3, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-5 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed Sep. 12 to 17, 1932. ©Dec. 5, 1932.

Sneak Easily (editor)
Dec. 10, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. A-12 - Thelma Todd & ZaSu Pitts series

Filmed Nov. 9 to 16, 1932. ©Jan. 9, 1933.

119. A Lad An' A Lamp (editor)
Dec. 17, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-12 - Our Gang series

Filmed Sep. 3 to 10, 1932. ©Dec. 12, 1932.

Mr. Bride (editor)
Dec. 24, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-12 - Charley Chase series

Filmed July 25 to 29, 1932. ©Nov. 22, 1932.

Towed In A Hole (editor)
Dec. 31, 1932 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. L-11 - Laurel & Hardy series

Filmed Oct. 31 to Nov. 11, 1932. Randy Skretvedt indicates that filming lasted only until the 9th. ©Jan. 18, 1933.


1933

Currier found work at Paramount after his dismissal from the Roach studio, and stayed there for about four years.

Bring 'Em Back A Wife (editor)
Jan. 14, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-6 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed Oct. 25 to 31, 1932. ©Jan. 9, 1933.

120. Fish Hooky (editor)
Jan. 28, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. G-13 - Our Gang series

Filmed Oct. 17 to 22, 1932. ©Jan. 16, 1933.

Fallen Arches (editor)
Feb. 4, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. C-13 - Charley Chase series

Filmed Sep. 20 to 26, 1932. ©Jan. 23, 1933.

Wreckety Wrecks (editor)
Feb. 18, 1933 - Roach/MGM - 2 reels - prod. T-7 - All Star series with The Taxi Boys

Filmed Nov. 15 to 19, 1932. ©Mar. 13, 1933.

Too Much Harmony (uncredited film editor)
Sep. 23, 1933 - Paramount - 8 reels - Bing Crosby feature

©Sep. 28, 1933.

Girl Without A Room (uncredited film editor)
Dec. 8, 1933 - Paramount - 8 reels

©Dec. 7, 1933.


1934

Melody In Spring (film editor)
Apr. 8, 1934 - Paramount - 8 reels

Premiered Mar. 31, 1934. ©Apr. 18, 1934.

Many Happy Returns (film editor)
June 8, 1934 - Paramount - 7 reels - George Burns and Gracie Allen feature

©June 6, 1934.

Elmer And Elsie (film editor)
Aug. 4, 1934 - Paramount - 7 reels

©July 26, 1934.


1935

IMDb erroneously credits Currier with editing the Charley Chase short "Public Ghost No. 1," but he was no longer with Roach at this point.

People Will Talk (film editor)
May 24, 1935 - Paramount - 7 reels

©May 20, 1935.

Man On The Flying Trapeze (uncredited film editor)
July 26, 1935 - Paramount - 7 reels - W. C. Fields feature

Also listed for Aug. 3, 1935. ©July 25, 1935. UK title: The Memory Expert.

Here Comes Cookie (uncredited film editor)
Sep. 10, 1935 - Paramount - 7 reels - George Burns and Gracie Allen feature

©Aug. 29, 1935. UK title: The Plot Thickens.

The Virginia Judge (film editor)
Sep. 17, 1935 - Paramount - 7 reels

©Oct. 1, 1935.


1936

Woman Trap (film editor)
Mar. 6, 1936 - Paramount - 7 reels

©Feb. 19, 1936.

Till We Meet Again (film editor)
Apr. 4, 1936 - Paramount - 8 reels

©Apr. 17, 1936. Also known as Forgotten Faces.

The Return Of Sophie Lang (film editor)
June 18, 1936 - Paramount - 7 reels

©July 3, 1936.

Wives Never Know (film editor)
Sep. 18, 1936 - Paramount - 8 reels

©Sep. 18, 1936.


1937

It appears that Currier's tenure with Paramount ended by the early part of 1937.

A Doctor's Diary (co-film editor)
prem. Feb. 16, 1937 - Paramount - 8 reels

©Jan. 22, 1937. The copyright deposit credits Robert Bischoff.


1941

During this year, Currier found himself back at the Roach studio, editing 'streamliners.' This was in addition to working for Monogram.

King Of The Zombies (film editor)
May 14, 1941 - Sterling/Monogram - 7 reels

©May 14, 1941.

Tanks A Million (film editor)
Sep. 12, 1941 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-37 - streamliner

©Sep. 9, 1941. Starring William Tracy, James Gleason.

Miss Polly (film editor)
Nov. 14, 1941 - Roach/UA - 4 reels - prod. F-39 - streamliner

Also listed for Jan. 14, 1941. ©Nov. 13, 1941. Starring ZaSu Pitts, Slim Summerville.

Military Training aka Training Film No. A-3 (film editor)
Nov. 1941 - Roach

Made for the U. S. Army Signal Corps.

Hay Foot (film editor)
Dec. 12, 1941 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-41 - streamliner

Also listed for Jan. 2, 1942. ©Dec. 15, 1941. Starring William Tracy, Joe Sawyer.


1942

Flying With Music (film editor)
May 22, 1942 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-45 - streamliner

©Aug. 6, 1942. Starring Marjorie Woodworth.

Criminal Investigator (film editor)
Oct. 23, 1942 - Monogram - 7 reels

©Sep. 18, 1942. The copyright deposit credits Jack Ogilvie.

The McGuerins From Brooklyn (co-film editor)
Dec. 31, 1942 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-47 - streamliner

©Sep. 29, 1942. Starring William Bendix, Grace Bradley. Re-released in Jan. 1948.


1943

With work pretty much drying up at Roach, Currier spent more and more of his time at Monogram, where he remained into 1946.

Silver Skates (film editor)
Feb. 26, 1943 - Monogram - 9 reels

©Jan. 29, 1943. Credited as Dick Currier.

Fall In (film editor)
Mar. 5, 1943 - Roach/UA - 6 reels - prod. F-49 - streamliner

©Oct. 2, 1942. Premiered Nov. 20, 1942. Starring William Tracy, Joe Sawyer.

Taxi, Mister? (film editor)
Apr. 16, 1943 - Roach/UA - 5 reels - prod. F-51 - streamliner

©Sep. 9, 1942. Premiered Apr. 14, 1943. Starring William Bendix, Grace Bradley.

Yanks Ahoy! (film editor)
June 25, 1943 - Roach/UA - 6 reels - prod. F-53 - streamliner

Also listed for June 29, 1943. ©Oct. 15, 1942. Starring William Tracy, Joe Sawyer.

Melody Parade (film editor)
Aug. 27, 1943 - Monogram - 8 reels

©July 15, 1943. Credited as Dick Currier.

Revenge Of The Zombies (film editor)
Sep. 17, 1943 - Monogram - 6 reels - John Carradine feature

©Aug. 6, 1943. UK title: The Corpse Vanished.

Mystery Of The 13th Guest (film editor)
Nov. 5, 1943 - Monogram - 6 reels

©Sep. 24, 1943. Credited as Dick Currier.

Nearly Eighteen (film editor)
Nov. 12, 1943 - Monogram - 6 reels

©Oct. 1, 1943. Credited as Dick Currier.

Women In Bondage (film editor)
Nov. 16, 1943 - Monogram - 8 reels

©Nov. 12, 1943.

Campus Rhythm (film editor)
Nov. 19, 1943 - Monogram - 6 reels

©Oct. 8, 1943. Credited as Dick Currier.

Where Are Your Children (co-film editor)
Nov. 26, 1943 - Monogram - 8 reels

©Jan. 21, 1944. Credited as Dick Currier in copyright deposit. IMDb credits Duncan Mansfield.


1944

The Sultan's Daughter (co-film editor)
Jan. 2, 1944 - Monogram - 7 reels

©Jan. 12, 1944. Credited as Dick Currier.

Lady, Let's Dance (film editor)
Apr. 11, 1944 - Monogram - 10 reels

©Jan. 29, 1944. Credited as Dick Currier.

Hot Rhythm (film editor)
Apr. 22, 1944 - Monogram - 8 reels

©Feb. 26, 1944.

Detective Kitty O'Day (film editor)
May 13, 1944 - Monogram - 6 reels

©Apr. 8, 1944.

A Fig Leaf For Eve (film editor)
July 4, 1944 - Carry-Western/Monogram - 69 min.

Also known as Flaming Girls. Reissued as Desirable Lady, Hollywood Nights, Not Enough Clothes, Reckless Youth, Room For Love and Strips And Blondes.

Leave It To The Irish (film editor)
Aug. 26, 1944 - Monogram - 6 reels

©July 1, 1944. Credited as Dick Currier.

Oh, What A Night (co-film editor)
Sep. 2, 1944 - Monogram - 8 reels

©July 29, 1944. Credited as Dick Currier in copyright deposit. IMDb credits Dan Milner.

Shadow Of Suspicion (supervising editor)
Sep. 23, 1944 - Monogram - 7 reels

©Sep. 23, 1944. Also known as Baby Shoes.

Alaska (film editor)
Nov. 18, 1944 - Monogram - 8 reels

©Oct. 7, 1944.

Crazy Knights (film editor)
Dec. 8, 1944 - Banner/Monogram - 6 reels

©Dec. 11, 1944. Credited as Dick Currier. Featuring Billy Gilbert, Max Rosenbloom and Shemp Howard. Also known as Ghost Knights and Murder In The Family.


1945

Mom And Dad (co-film editor)
prem. Jan. 3, 1945 - Hygienic/Hallmark - 111 min.

©Nov. 28, 1944. UK title: A Family Story.

The Jade Mask (co-film editor)
Jan. 26, 1945. - Monogram - 7 reels - Charlie Chan feature

©Nov. 22, 1944. Credited as Dick Currier in copyright deposit. IMDb credits John C. Fuller.

Forever Yours (co-film editor)
Jan. 26, 1945 - Monogram - 10 reels

©Dec. 22, 1944. UK title: The Right To Live.

There Goes Kelly (supervising editor)
Feb. 16, 1945 - Monogram - 6 reels

©Jan. 15, 1945.

The Cisco Kid Returns (uncredited supervising editor)
Feb. 16, 1945 - Monogram - 7 reels - The Cisco Kid feature

©Mar. 19, 1945.

G. I. Honeymoon (co-film editor)
Apr. 6, 1945 - Monogram - 8 reels

©Jan. 10, 1945. Credited in copyright deposit. IMDb credits William Austin.

Trouble Chasers (film editor)
May 2, 1945 - Monogram - 6 reels

©May 16, 1945. Featuring Billy Gilbert, Max Rosenbloom and Shemp Howard.

The Scarlet Clue (film editor)
May 11, 1945 - Monogram - 7 reels - Charlie Chan feature

©Apr. 1, 1945.

The Cisco Kid In Old New Mexico (uncredited supervising editor)
May 15, 1945 - Monogram - 7 reels - The Cisco Kid feature

©Mar. 26, 1945.

China's Little Devils (film editor)
May 27, 1945 - Monogram - 8 reels

©Mar. 27, 1945. Credited as Dick Currier.

Divorce (film editor)
Aug. 18, 1945 - Monogram - 7 reels - Kay Francis feature

©July 2, 1945.

Sunbonnet Sue (film editor)
Oct. 6, 1945 - Monogram - 10 reels

©Oct. 25, 1945.

The Lost Trail (uncredited supervising editor)
Oct. 20, 1945 - Monogram - 6 reels - Johnny Mack Brown feature

©Sep. 13, 1945.

Frontier Feud (uncredited supervising editor)
Nov. 24, 1945 - Monogram - 6 reels - Johnny Mack Brown feature

©Oct. 25, 1945.


1946

Currier's tenure with Monogram seems to have come to an end by the end of this year, after which he worked for different companies on a sporadic basis.

Swing Parade Of 1946 (film editor)
Mar. 16, 1946 - Monogram - 8 reels

©Feb. 3, 1946.

Bowery Bombshell (supervising editor)
July 20, 1946 - Monogram - 7 reels - The Bowery Boys feature

©July 1, 1946.

Spook Busters (supervising editor)
Aug. 24, 1946 - Monogram - 7 reels - The Bowery Boys feature

©Aug. 24, 1946.

High School Hero (co-film editor)
Sep. 7, 1946 - Monogram - 8 reels

©Sep. 8, 1946.

Wife Wanted (co-film editor)
Nov. 2, 1946 - Monogram - 8 reels - Kay Francis feature

©Oct. 14, 1946. UK title: Shadow Of Blackmail.

The Trap (co-film editor)
Nov. 30, 1946 - Monogram - 68 min. - Charlie Chan feature

©Nov. 26, 1946. Also known as Charlie Chan In The Trap.

Mr. Hex (supervising editor)
Dec. 7, 1946 - Monogram - 63 min. - The Bowery Boys feature

Premiered Nov. 9, 1946. ©Dec. 7, 1946. Also known as Hex Marks The Spot and Pride Of The Bowery.


1949

The Lawton Story (co-film editor)
prem. Apr. 1, 1949 - Hallmark - Cinecolor - 120 min.

©Apr. 1, 1949 as The Lawton Story Of The Prince Of Peace. Reissued as The Prince Of Peace. Premiere of reissue Mar. 23, 1951. Credited as Dick Currier.

She Shoulda Said No (co-film editor)
1949 - Roadshow/Hallmark - 70 min.

Also known as Marijuana, The Devil's Weed, The Devil's Weed and Wild Weed. Premiere of reissue Jan. 30, 1957.


1950

There's A Girl In My Heart (film editor)
Jan. 6, 1950 - Allied Artists - 82 min.

©Nov. 25, 1949.

Border Outlaws (film editor)
Nov. 2, 1950 - Schwarz/UI/Eagle-Lion - 59 min.

©Nov. 2, 1950. UK title: The Phantom Horseman.


1951

By the end of this year, Currier found steady work again, this time at a TV company called Revue Studios.

Tales Of Robin Hood (film editor)
May 1, 1951 - Roach/Lippert - 59 min. - TV movie

Filmed in the late summer or early fall of 1950. ©Dec. 26, 1951. Previously shown in television syndication.

Cattle Queen (film editor)
prem. Nov. 15, 1951 - Schwarz/UI/Eagle-Lion - 72 min.

©Dec. 9, 1950. Also known as Queen Of The West.

The Adventures Of Kit Carson episode: Feud In San Felipe (editorial supervisor)
Dec. 29, 1951 - Revue/MCA - 3 reels - TV episode


1952

The Adventures Of Kit Carson episode: The Trap (editorial supervisor)
Jan. 5, 1952 - Revue/MCA - 3 reels - TV episode

Gruen Playhouse episode: Night Train To Danger (film editor)
Mar. 1952 - Revue/DuMont - 30 min. - TV episode

Credited as Richard C. Currier.

Gruen Playhouse episode: Counterplot (film editor)
June 5, 1952 - Revue/DuMont - 30 min. - TV episode

Credited as Richard C. Currier.

Gruen Playhouse episode: Cafe Berlin (film editor)
June 13, 1952 - Revue/DuMont - 30 min. - TV episode

Credited as Richard C. Currier.

Gruen Playhouse episode: One Thing Leads To Another (film editor)
June 20, 1952 - Revue/DuMont - 30 min. - TV episode

Credited as Richard C. Currier.

Gruen Guild Playhouse episode: Portfolio 12 (film editor)
July 25, 1952 - Revue/DuMont - 30 min. - TV episode

Credited as Richard C. Currier.

The Adventures Of Kit Carson episode: Trail To Fort Hazard (editorial supervisor)
Aug. 30, 1952 - Revue/MCA - 3 reels - syndicated TV episode

The Adventures Of Kit Carson episode: Outlaw Paradise (editorial supervisor)
Sep. 13, 1952 - Revue/MCA - 3 reels - syndicated TV episode

The Adventures Of Kit Carson episode: Trouble In Tuscarora (editorial supervisor)
Sep. 27, 1952 - MCA/Revue - 3 reels - syndicated TV episode

The Adventures Of Kit Carson episode: Border City (editorial supervisor)
Oct. 18, 1952 - MCA/Revue - 3 reels - syndicated TV episode

Gruen Guild Theater episode: An Affair At The Embassy (editorial supervisor)
Oct. 18, 1952 - Revue/ABC - 30 min. - TV episode

Biff Baker U.S.A. episode: Grey Market (editorial supervisor)
Nov. 13, 1952 - Revue/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

Biff Baker U.S.A. episode: Crash Landing (editorial supervisor)
Nov. 27, 1952 - Revue/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

Biff Baker U.S.A. episode: Counterfeit Plates (editorial supervisor)
Dec. 18, 1952 - Revue/CBS - 30 min. - TV episode

The Adventures Of Kit Carson episode: Hideout (editorial supervisor)
Dec. 20, 1952 - MCA/Revue - 3 reels - syndicated TV episode


1953

Currier seems to have left Revue during this year, after which he worked sporadically for different companies.

The Adventures Of Kit Carson episode: Claim Jumpers (editorial supervisor)
Jan. 17, 1953 - MCA/Revue - 3 reels - syndicated TV episode

The Adventures Of Kit Carson episode: The Widow Of Indian Wells (editorial supervisor)
Aug. 22, 1953 - MCA/Revue - 30 min. - syndicated TV episode

©Dec. 31, 1953.

Revlon Mirror Theatre episode: Key In The Lock (editorial supervisor)
Nov. 14, 1953 - Revue/CBS - 3 reels - TV episode

©Dec. 31, 1953.

Secret Of Outlaw Flats (film editor)
Nov. 15, 1953 - Newhall/Broidy/Allied Artists - Wild Bill Hickok feature

©Nov. 15, 1953 (in notice: 1952) This film consists of two episodes of the TV series "Wild Bill Hickok" edited together.

Border City Rustlers (film editor)
Nov. 15, 1953 - Newhall/Broidy/Allied Artists - Wild Bill Hickok feature

©Nov. 15, 1953 (in notice: 1952) This film consists of two episodes of the TV series "Wild Bill Hickok" edited together.

Two Gun Marshal (film editor)
Nov. 15, 1953 - Newhall/Broidy/Allied Artists - 54 min. - Wild Bill Hickok feature

©Nov. 15, 1953 (in notice: 1952) This film consists of two episodes of the TV series "Wild Bill Hickok" edited together.

Revlon Mirror Theatre episode: Next Stop Bethlehem (editorial supervisor)
Dec. 5, 1953 - Revue/CBS - app. 27 min. - TV episode

©Dec. 31, 1953.

The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse episode: The Motive Goes Round And Round (editorial supervisor)
Dec. 11, 1953 - Revue/ABC - 3 reels - TV episode

©Dec. 31, 1953.


1954

The Whistler episode: Fatal Fraud (film editor)
Dec. 2, 1954 - Lindsley - 3 reels - syndicated TV episode

©Dec. 2, 1954.

The Whistler episode: The Big Jump (co-supervising editor)
Dec. 28, 1954 - Lindsley - 3 reels - syndicated TV episode

©Dec. 28, 1954.


1955

Five Guns West (supervising editor)
Apr. 15, 1955 - Corman/Palo Alto/ARC - Pathécolor - 78 min.

©Nov. 20, 1954 (in notice: 1955).


1957

The Unearthly (film editor)
June 28, 1957 - AB-PT/Republic - 71 min. - John Carradine feature

©June 19, 1957.


1959

Currier's filmography ends during this year, perhaps indicating that he retired at this time.

The Cosmic Man (supervising editor)
Feb. 17, 1959 - Futura/Allied Artists - 72 min. - John Carradine feature

©Jan. 13, 1959 (in notice: 1958).


1986

Classic Comedy Teams (archival)
1986 - Bergamn-Harris/Movietime/GoodTimes - video documentary

Includes footage from "School's Out."


2000

Bamboozled (archival)
Oct. 20, 2000 - 40 Acres/New Line - 135 min. - color - Dolby

Includes footage from "School's Out."


2001

Hollywood Rhythm Vol. 1: The Best Of Jazz And Blues (director of archival footage)
2001 - Kino - 123 min. - archival documentary video


©Oct. 25, 2007, by Robert Demoss.
2007 updates: 11/9.
2008 updates: 1/19, 5/26, 7/6, 7/24, 11/9.


Thanks to Steve Phillips for assistance on this page.


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