Walter Futter

Walter Futter (January 2, 1900 – March 3, 1958) was a film producer and director in the United States. After an initial career cutting and editing films, Futter began writing and producing his own shorts and movies, often using footage he acquired. He had success with ''Africa Speaks!'', a popular movie, which combined Paul L. Hoefler's footage filmed in the field, staged scenes filmed in Los Angeles, and narration by Lowell Thomas. He produced more than 250 short films, including series of shorts entitled ''Walter Futter's Traveloques'' and ''Walter Futter's Curiosities''. Hoot Gibson starred in a number of his western films. Another of his more than 50 longer films was ''Jericho'', also called ''Dark Sands''. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1933
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Published 1993
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Published 1937
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Published 2007
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