Born Harry Albershart in Mishawaka, Indiana, on September 22, 1909, as a youth Allan 'Rocky' Lane often spent summers in at his uncle's ranch in New Mexico where he developed an affinity for horses. As he matured, he briefly attended Notre Dame, playing football for the school. He drifted away from his studies and had been a photographer, model, and stage actor by the time he was 20 years old. In 1929, the handsome Lane was spotted by Fox Film Corporation (later 20th Century Fox) talent scouts and was signed to a contract. His first film role for Fox was as a romantic lead opposite June Collyer in the 1929 release Not Quite Decent, which is now a lost film. Lane made several other films at Fox but then jumped ship to Warner Bros. However, while at Warner Bros. his career floundered, and after a number of bit parts he left films in the early 1930s to play football for a fledgling team in Cincinnati, Ohio. By 1936, Lane returned to films and to 20th Century Fox, taking supporting roles in the drama Laughing at Trouble and the Shirley Temple vehicle Stowaway. After several more supporting roles at Fox, Lane longed for a starring role; therefore, he took the lead in a Republic Pictures short feature titled The Duke Comes Back (1937; with Heather Angel).

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LEFT: Lane with his horse Black Jack. CENTER: Late 1940s Republic photo. RIGHT: Late 1930s RKO still

Although Allan Lane is primarily known as a western actor, he appeared in only a handful of westerns until the 1940s. After stints at Fox and Warner Bros., Lane did a number of films at RKO in the late 1930s, often appearing in crime dramas. But as his career had gone south in the early 1930s, Lane's career again began to slide badly. He then went to Republic and stayed there for the remainder of his film career. Lane's personal life proved to be as tumultuous as his film career. He was married twice, but neither marriage lasted long. His marriage to first wife Gladys survived for a few years. He married his second wife, actress Sheila Ryan, after a brief courtship in October 1945 but the union dissolved just weeks later. (Ryan went on to marry another western actor, Pat Buttram, in 1951).

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Laughing at Trouble (1936)

Allan Rocky Lane and Jane Darwell

With Jane Darwell in the Fox drama Laughing at Trouble

Sing and Be Happy (1937)

Allan Rocky Lane, Leah Ray, Dixie Dunbar, and Tony Martin

With Leah Ray, Dixie Dunbar, and Tony Martin in the Fox comedy Sing and Be Happy

Maid's Night Out (1938)

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From the RKO romantic comedy Maid's Night Out. LEFT: With George Irving and Solly Ward. RIGHT: With Frank Thomas and Solly Ward

Twelve Crowded Hours (1939)

John Arledge and Allan Rocky Lane

With John Arledge in the early film noir thriller Twelve Crowded Hours, released by RKO

They Made Her a Spy (1939)

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With Sally Eilers in another RKO early film noir thriller They Made Her a Spy

Sheriff of Sundown (1944)

Twinkle Watts, Allan Rocky Lane, and Linda Stiring

With Twinkle Watts and Linda Stirling in the Republic programmer Sheriff of Sundown

The Tiger Woman (1944) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

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From the campy Republic 12-chapter serial The Tiger Woman. LEFT: With Linda Stirling in the title role. RIGHT: With LeRoy Mason and Linda Stirling

Gay Blades (1946)

Jean Rogers and Allan Lane

With Jean Rogers in the Republic comedy Gay Blades

Santa Fe Uprising (1946) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

Allan Rocky Lane and Martha Wentworth

With character actress Martha Wentworth in Republic's 'Red Ryder' western series Santa Fe Uprising, Lane's first outing as hero Red Ryder. Previously, Bill Elliot and Don 'Red' Barry portrayed Red Ryder onscreen, and later Jim Bannon replaced Allan Lane as the western hero. In the 1950s, Lane starred in the TV series Red Ryder

The Rustlers of Devil's Canyon (1947) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

Tom London, Peggy Stewart, Allan Rocky Lane, Robert Blake, Emmett Lynn, and Pierce Lyden

From the Red Ryder feature The Rustlers of Devil's Canyon with Tom London, Peggy Stewart, Robert Blake, Emmett Lynn, and Pierce Lyden

The Wild Frontier (1947)

Jack Holt and Allan Rocky Lane

With Jack Holt in the Republic western The Wild Frontier

Navajo Trail Raiders (1949)

Allan Rocky Lane

From the Republic western Navajo Trail Raiders

Frisco Tornado (1950)

Martha Hyer and Allan Rocky Lane

With Martha Hyer in the Republic western Frisco Tornado

Savage Frontier (1953)

Allan Rocky Lane, Kenneth MacDonald, and William Henry

Lane and Kenneth MacDonald tend to a dying William Henry in the western Savage Frontier, one of Lane's final films for Republic

El Paso Stampede (1953) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

Edward Clark and Allan Rocky Lane

Lane gets fed up with Edward Clark in Republic's El Paso Stampede, the last of the Rocky Lane westerns

later years

By most accounts, Allan Lane was difficult on the set and disliked by many of his co-stars. After the release of El Paso Stampede in 1953, Republic pulled the plug on Lane's contract and career since low-budget western features were being replaced by western television series. After a three-year hiatus, Lane returned to the screen, this time on television in the syndicated series Red Ryder. Unfortunately, the series was canceled at the end of the first season after a total of 39 episodes were shot. Lane worked little until 1960, when he was cast as the voice of the horse 'Mister Ed' on the Studebaker-sponsored TV series Mister Ed (1961-1966). The long-running series was canceled by CBS in 1966, and afterward Lane retired from acting. After a battle with cancer, Allan Lane passed away on October 27, 1973, at the age of 64. He left no immediate survivors.

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Mister Ed: Season One [DVD](1961) DVD
All 26 episodes from the first season--including "The First Meeting," "Pageant Show," "Ed's Mother," "The Contest," and "Ed Cries Wolf"--are featured in a four-disc set. 12 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English; interviews; original pilot; unaired episode; trivia. **26 episodes on 4 discs. 12 hrs.**
Mister Ed: The Complete Second Season [DVD](1962) DVD
All 26 episodes from season two--including "My Son, My Son," "The Horsetronaut," "Zsa Zsa," "George Burns Meets Mister Ed," and "Clint Eastwood Meets Mister Ed"--are featured in a four-disc set. 13 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; interviews. **26 episodes on 4 discs. 13 hrs.**
Mister Ed: The Complete Third Season [DVD](1962) DVD
All 26 episodes from season three-including "Ed Gets Amnesia," "Horse Sense," "Wilbur the Masher," "Ed the Zebra," and "The Blessed Event"-are featured in a four-disc set. 13 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; interview. **26 episodes on 4 discs. 13 hrs.**
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Season Three [DVD](1957) DVD
All 39 episodes from the series's third season--including "The Glass Eye" (with Jessica Tandy and William Shatner), "Together" (with Joseph Cotten), "Foghorn" (with Michael Rennie), "A Dip in the Poole" (with Fay Wray), and "Little White Frock" (with Julie Adams)--are collected in a five-disc set. 17 2/3 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH).

Love In The Rough [DVD](1930) DVD
Department store clerk Robert Montgomery loses his job, but when golf-obsessed store owner J.C. Nugent learns about Montgomery greens skills, he sets him and sidekick Benny Rubin up at a posh country club for advice. An encounter with distaff duffer Dorothy Jordan has Montgomery thinking romance over putting in this fun musical-comedy, a remake of 1927's "Spring Fever." 75 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Stowaway [DVD](1936) DVD
This is the film where Shirley Temple "speaks and sings Chinese," according to the ads. She's the ward of a group of murdered missionaries in China who hides in an ocean liner bound for America. Along the way she's adopted by Robert Young and Alice Faye, sings "I Wanna Go to the Zoo" and "That's What I Want for Christmas," and imitates Jolson and Cantor! 87 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish.
The Duke Comes Back [DVD](1937) DVD
A self-confident boxer known as "The Harvard Hurricane" retires to settle down with his wife after winning the championship belt. But when his father-in-law loses a fortune in the stock market and faces a prison term, the boxer must lace up the gloves again and head back into the ring. Allan Lane, Heather Angel star in this drama that boasts "Romance with a Sock!" AKA: "The Call of the Ring." 79 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; bonus "The Joe Palooka Story" episode. Plays All Regions.
Shirley Temple Collection, Vol. 6 [DVD] DVD
Three-disc set includes "Stowaway," "Wee Willie Winkie" and "Young People."
Charlie Chan, Vol. 2 [DVD] DVD
Warner Oland returns as Charlie Chan for another round of whodunits. Considered by many to be the best of the Chan films, "Charlie Chan at the Opera" (1936) has Charlie and Lee Chan (Keye Luke) looking into the murder of a diva and finding the prime suspect is her ex-asylum inmate husband (Boris Karloff). Charlotte Henry co-stars. Then, the death of a prominent horse breeder looks like a work-related accident, but Chan's investigation leads to a connection to a gambling ring, in "Charlie Chan at the Race Track" (1936). Luke also stars. The Asian gumshoe must sift through a wild list of suspects when a murder occurs under the big top, in "Charlie Chan at the Circus" (1936). And, working for the U.S. Navy, Chan heads to Berlin, where he clashes with a local policeman while trying to rescue #1 son Lee from a cadre of international spies, in "Charlie Chan at the Olympics" (1937). With Luke, Fredrick Vogeding. 4 2/3 hrs. total on four discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; featurettes; theatrical trailers.
Big Business [DVD](1937) DVD
Pa Jones (Jed Prouty) finds himself star-struck when a football hero (Allan Lane) returns to town promoting oil well investments. When he sinks the family savings into a dry hole, however, Pa might be the one winding up under a dog pile. Fifth entry in the "Jones Family" series co-stars Spring Byington, Russell Gleason, Shirley Deane, Kenneth Howell. 61 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Tim Holt Western Classics Collection, Vol. 1 [DVD] DVD
Five-disc set features Tim Holt in 10 B-westerns. Captain George O'Brien must contend with a rebel gang and a corrupt government in "The Renegade Ranger" (1938). Rita Hayworth co-stars; Holt is an outlaw hassling notorious liar Harry Carey in "The Law West of Tombstone" (1938); an undercover Holt tries to con a culprit into crossing border for arrest in "Along the Rio Grande" (1941); love gets in the way of robbing banks in "The Bandit Trail" (1941); Holt is framed for murder in "Robbers of the Range" (1941); Holt investigates a counterfeiting ring in "Dude Cowboy" (1941). With Marjorie Reynolds; "Come on Danger" (1942) has Holt trying to protect a female outlaw; Holt must bring killers to justice in "Bandit Ranger" (1942); an evil vigilante tries to control land in "Pirates of the Prairie" (1942); and "Fighting Frontier" (1942) finds Holt in trouble after infiltrating robbers. 10 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Having Wonderful Time [DVD](1938) DVD
Delightful romantic comedy stars Ginger Rogers as a bored New York City office gal who decides to visit the Catskills for a little rest and relaxation. After encountering dashing resort worker Douglas Fairbanks Jr., she instantly dislikes him. But as the pair gets involved in a series of misadventures, they slowly grow to love each other. With Peggy Conklin, Lucille Ball, Eve Arden, and Richard "Red" Skelton (in his film debut). 71 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
King Of The Royal Mounted [DVD](1940) DVD
Based on the story by Zane Grey, this action-packed 12-part serial stars Allan Lane as Sgt. Dave King, a Canadian mounted police officer assigned to stop a gang of spies from stealing a priceless mineral they need to wage war on England. Robert Strange, Robert Kellard, Lita Conway also star. 211 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; biographies; theatrical trailers.
All-American Co-Ed [DVD](1941) DVD
What a wacky cross-dressing comedy from Hal Roach Studios! When an all-girl school insults a pack of macho guys from Quinceton University, they decide to put one of their own into a dress and have him enter a beauty contest. Let the gender-bending hijinks commence! Frances Langford, Johnny Downs, and Harry Langdon star. 51 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
King Of The Mounties [DVD](1942) DVD
Allan Lane returns as two-fisted RCMP sergeant Dave King, searching for an Axis-connected flier known as the Falcon, who's bombing strategic sites in Canada and has kidnapped a U.S. inventor to steal his plane-detection device, in this thrilling Republic serial. Peggy Drake, Douglas Dumbrille, George Irving also star. This rare find features restored sound effects and subtitles to present missing dialogue. 12 chapters on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Daredevils Of The West [DVD](1943) DVD
Greedy for control of Comanche Strip land, a ruthless businessman has the owner of a planned stagecoach line through the territory killed. Now the dead man's daughter and a cavalryman must brave a series of perils to get the line running and foil the bad guys. Republic frontier chapterplay stars Allan Lane, Kay Aldridge, Robert Fraser. Long considered lost, this recently restored rare serial is now available in its complete form. 12 chapters; 196 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; theatrical trailer.
The Laurel And Hardy Collection, Vol. 2 [DVD] DVD
Here's another fine, three-disc mess for Laurel and Hardy, as the boys get mixed up with gangsters, a stage magician, and a plot to use a coffin's not-so-dead occupant to make a fortune, in "A-Haunting We Will Go" (1942). Dante, Sheila Ryan, and Elisha Cook, Jr. also star. Next, the boys--that is, the "girls"--masquerade as the proprietors of a ballet school while assisting a young inventor and avoiding shady racketeers, in "The Dancing Masters" (1943). Trudy Marshall, Robert Bailey also star. Finally, one of Laurel and Hardy's last feature comedies finds them heading to Mexico for a rest, only to run into gangsters who mistake Stan for a top matador. A great closing sight gag highlights "The Bullfighters" (1945). With Margo Woode, Allan Lane. 3 1/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; audio commentary; bonus short "Tree in a Test Tube" (1943); featurettes; newsreel footage; theatrical trailers.
The Dancing Masters [DVD](1943) DVD
Laurel and Hardy are light on their feet when they take charge of a dance school and wind up getting involved with an inventor and some gangsters (including a young Robert Mitchum) in this fun-filled comedy. Trudy Marshall, Robert Bailey, and Margaret Dumont also star. 64 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; audio commentary; featurettes; theatrical trailer.
Bells Of Rosarita [DVD](1945) DVD
When crooks try to swindle Dale Evans out of her ranch and travelling circus, Roy Rogers and "Gabby" Hayes ride to her rescue, along with an all-star cavalry: Red Barry, Wild Bill Elliott, Rocky Lane, and Sunset Carson. 68 min.
Stagecoach To Denver [DVD](1946) DVD
A band of money-grubbin' profiteers are out to kill the child that stands between them and their ill-gotten gains...unless Red Ryder and Little Beaver can put 'em down. But, will Red be able to save the day from the inside of the hoosegow? Allan Lane, Martha Wentworth, and Robert Blake (billed as Bobby Blake) star. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Red Ryder Double Feature, Vol. 2 [DVD] DVD
First up, "Stagecoach to Denver" (1946) finds a band of money-grubbin' profiteers out to kill the child that stands between them and their ill-gotten gains...unless Red Ryder and Little Beaver can put 'em down. Then, in "Vigilantes of Boomtown" (1947) a prizefight between heavyweight champ James J. Corbett and Bob Fitzsimmons brings Red Ryder and Little Beaver to Carson City, but bank robbers and a kidnapping threaten to put Red out for the count. Allan Lane, Bobby Blake, Roy Barcroft star. 112 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English; interview; photo gallery; biographies; theatrical trailer.
Oregon Trail Scouts [DVD](1947) DVD
For all those who thought he just bought the little rascal outright from Spanky McFarland, here's the real story of how frontier hero Red Ryder (Allan Lane) hooked up with sidekick Little Beaver (Bobby Blake). 58 min.
Red Ryder Double Feature, Vol. 4 [DVD] DVD
Making their last appearance in the "Red Ryder" series in "Marshal of Cripple Creek" (1947), Allan Lane and pint-sized sidekick Bobby Blake help an outlaw-turned cook tackle the band of coyotes who've been hijacking gold shipments from a Colorado mine. And for all those who thought he just bought the little rascal outright from Spanky McFarland, discover the real story of how frontier hero Red Ryder (Allan Lane) hooked up with sidekick Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) in 1947's "Oregon Trail Scouts." 118 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English; biographies; bonus "Red Ryder" TV episode.
Red Ryder Double Feature, Vol. 8 [DVD] DVD
Allan "Rocky" Lane is Red Ryder, and Bobby Blake his young ally Little Beaver, in "Rustlers of Devil's Canyon" (1947), where they are caught in the middle of a war between homesteaders, ranchers and cattle rustlers. Red does his cowboy best to halt the rustlers and forge a pow-wow between the combatants. With Martha Wentworth, Arthur Space. Next, Lane and Blake return in "Santa Fe Uprising" (1946), in which the duo have to bring a frontier town's crooked civic leader to justice. Alice Fleming also stars. 107 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; photo gallery; biographies; bonus "Adventures of Red Ryder" serial chapters five and six.
Red Ryder Triple Feature, Vol. 12 [DVD] DVD
First, "Lone Texas Ranger" (1945) features Bill Elliott as Red Ryder, who discovers that a beloved sheriff has been shielding illegal activities like gambling and murder. When Red pulls the cover off the crooked lawman, Red has to face the admiring townspeople. With Bobby Blake and Alice Fleming. Next, claimjumpers stop at nothing for their share of the "California Gold Rush" (1946), a brawling tale of adventure set in 1850s California. Elliott, Blake star. Finally, the "Homesteaders of Paradise Valley" (1947) try to construct a dam to make their little plot of heaven complete...and only Red Ryder and Little Beaver can stop a pack of sinister sidewinders from blowing their dreams to bits! Allan Lane, Blake star. 171 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
El Paso Stampede (1953)/Silver City Kid [DVD](1944) DVD
First, federal marshal Allan "Rocky" Lane rides into Mexico to investigate a cattle rustling scheme, but he might just get flattened by the "El Paso Stampede" if he doesn't keep his six-shooter handy. Set during the Spanish-American War, this rip-snorting oater co-stars Black Jack, Phyllis Coates. Next, when he learns that a crooked local banker is tapping into ore from a silver mine to (figuratively) line his pockets, mine foreman Lane digs deep to make sure justice pans out. "Silver City Kid" co-stars Peggy Stewart, Wally Vernon, and "Twinkle" Watts. 108 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Marshal Of Cedar Rock [DVD](1953) DVD
A rotten railroad agent is buying up cheap land by the barrelful, and doesn't care who he has to hurt to do it...but you can bet Allan ``Rocky'' Lane is going to derail his sidewinding schemes! Phyllis Coates, Roy Barcroft, Kenneth MacDonald co-star. 51 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English. Plays All Regions.
The Great American Western, Vol. 39 [DVD] DVD
Gene Autry and sidekick Smiley Burnette go up against some rascals who are sabotaging a dam construction project, in "Man of the Frontier" (1936). AKA: "Red River Valley." With Frances Grant. Robbing stages has been a cakewalk for a wily band of thieves ever since a sneaky bank employee has been leaking vital info. But the righteous Range Busters clog up the leak with lead and bulldog the bandits lickety-split, in "West of Pinto Basin" (1940). Ray Corrigan, John King, Max Terhune star. In their first film together, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans have their hands full when a hornswoggler sets out to swipe a gold mine Dale is keeping for her young cousin, in "The Cowboy and the Senorita" (1944). Finally, a rotten railroad agent is buying up cheap land by the barrelful, and Allan "Rocky" Lane is going to derail his sidewinding schemes, in "Marshal of Cedar Rock" (1953).
Jungle Gold [DVD](1966) DVD
A fight between rival oil companies for control of valuable land in the jungle threatens the existence of a savage tribe protected by "white goddess" Linda Stirling. Allan Lane, George J. Lewis, and Duncan Renaldo also star in this feature-length thriller culled from the 1944 Republic serial "The Tiger Woman." 100 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.

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Posse from Hell (1961) with Audie Murphy, John Saxon, Lee Van Cleef, and Vic Morrow
Hell Bent for Leather (1960) with Audie Murphy, Stephen McNally, and Felicia Farr
The Saga of Hemp Brown (1958) with Beverly Garland, Rory Calhoun, Russell Johnson, Yvette Vickers, and John Larch
El Paso Stampede (1953) with Phyllis Coates and Eddy Waller
Bandits of the West (1953) with Cathy Downs and Eddy Waller
Savage Frontier (1953) with Eddy Waller
Marshal of Cedar Rock (1953) with Phyllis Coates, Robert Shayne, and Eddy Waller
Desperadoes' Outpost (1952) with Myron Healey, Lyle Talbot, and Eddy Waller
Leadville Gunslinger (1952) with Grant Withers and Eddy Waller
Captive of Billy the Kid (1952) with Grant Withers, Penny Edwards, and Clayton Moore
Desert of Lost Men (1951) with Mary Ellen Kay
Fort Dodge Stampede (1951) with Chubby Johnson and Mary Ellen Kay
Wells Fargo Gunmaster (1951) with Chubby Johnson and Mary Ellen Kay
Night Riders of Montana (1951) with Chubby Johnson, Claudia Barrett, and Myron Healey
Rough Riders of Durango (1951) with Denver Pyle
Rustlers on Horseback (1950) with George Nader, Claudia Barrett, and Eddy Waller
Frisco Tornado (1950) with Martha Hyer and Eddy Waller
Trail of Robin Hood (1950) with Roy Rogers, Penny Edwards, Rex Allen, Monte Hale, Tom Tyler, Ray 'Crash' Corrigan, Kermit Maynard, and Jack Holt
Vigilante Hideout (1950) with Eddy Waller
Salt Lake Raiders (1950) with with Martha Hyer, Byron Foulger, Myron Healey, and Eddy Waller
Code of the Silver Sage (1950) with Kenne Duncan and Eddy Waller
Gunmen of Abilene (1950) with Eddy Waller
Powder River Rustlers (1949) with Eddy Waller
Navajo Trail Raiders (1949) with Eddy Waller
Bandit King of Texas (1949) with Eddy Waller
The Wyoming Bandit (1949) with Eddy Waller
Frontier Marshal (1949) with Gail Davis, Clayton Moore, and Eddy Waller
Death Valley Gunfighter (1949) with Gail Davis and Eddy Waller
Sheriff of Wichita (1949) with Clayton Moore and Eddy Waller
Renegades of Sonora (1948) with Eddy Waller
Sundown in Santa Fe (1948) with Eddy Waller
The Denver Kid (1948) with Hank Patterson and Eddy Waller
Desperadoes of Dodge City (1948) with Eddy Waller
Marshal of Amarillo (1948) with Denver Pyle, Clayton Moore, and Eddy Waller
Carson City Raiders (1948) with Eddy Waller
The Bold Frontiersman (1948) with Eddy Waller
Oklahoma Badlands (1948) with Hank Patterson and Eddy Waller
Bandits of Dark Canyon (1947) with Bob Steele and Eddy Waller
The Wild Frontier (1947) with Eddy Waller
Marshal of Cripple Creek (1947) with Robert Blake
The Rustlers of Devil's Canyon (1947) with Robert Blake
Oregon Trail Scouts (1947) with Robert Blake
Homesteaders of Paradise Valley (1947) with Robert Blake
Vigilantes of Boomtown (1947) with Robert Blake
Gay Blades (1946) with Jean Rogers and Frank Albertson
Stagecoach to Denver (1946) with Robert Blake
Santa Fe Uprising (1946) with Robert Blake
Night Train to Memphis (1946) with Roy Acuff and Adele Mara
A Guy Could Change (1946) with Jane Frazee, Gerald Mohr, Adele Mara, Robert Blake, and Twinkle Watts
Trail of Kit Carson (1945) with Kenne Duncan and Twinkle Watts
Corpus Christi Bandits (1945) with Kenne Duncan and Twinkle Watts
The Topeka Terror (1945) with Linda Stirling and Twinkle Watts
Sheriff of Sundown (1944) with Linda Stirling, Duncan Renaldo, Kenne Duncan, Max Terhune, and Twinkle Watts
Stagecoach to Monterey (1944) with Kenne Duncan and Twinkle Watts
Silver City Kid (1944) with Peggy Stewart, Glenn Strange, and Twinkle Watts
The Tiger Woman (1944) with Linda Stirling, Duncan Renaldo, and Kenne Duncan
Call of the South Seas (1944) with Duncan Renaldo and Adele Mara
The Dancing Masters (1943) with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, and Margaret Dumont
Daredevils of the West (1943)
King of the Mounties (1942) a Republic Pictures 12-chapter serial
All American Co-Ed (1941) with Frances Langford and Harry Langdon
King of the Royal Mounted (1940) a Republic Pictures 12-chapter serial
Grand Ole Opry (1940)
Conspiracy (1939)
The Spellbinder (1939) with Lee Tracy
Panama Lady (1939) with Lucille Ball and Evelyn Brent
They Made Her a Spy (1939) with Sally Eilers
Twelve Crowded Hours (1939) with Lucille Ball and Richard Dix
Pacific Liner (1938) with Chester Morris, Wendy Barrie, and Victor McLaglen
Law West of Tombstone (1938) with Tim Holt, Evelyn Brent, and Harry Carey
Fugitives for a Night (1938) with Frank Albertson
Crime Ring (1938)
Having Wonderful Time (1938) with Ginger Rogers, Eve Arden, Lucille Ball, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Grady Sutton
This Marriage Business (1938) with Cecil Kellaway and Jack Carson
Maid's Night Out (1938) with Joan Fontaine, Cecil Kellaway, Hedda Hopper, and Billy Gilbert
Night Spot (1938) with Cecil Kellaway and Jack Carson
The Duke Comes Back (1937) with Heather Angel
Sing and Be Happy (1937) with Joan Davis and Tony Martin
Big Business (1937) with Spring Byington
Fifty Races to Town (1937) with Don Ameche and Ann Sothern
Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) with Warner Oland, Katherine DeMille, and Keye Luke
Stowaway (1936) with Shirley Temple, Alice Faye, and Robert Young
Laughing at Trouble (1936) with Jane Darwell and Margaret Hamilton
Heavens! My Husband (1932) with Andy Clyde
War Mamas (1931) with Thelma Todd and Zasu Pitts
Honor of the Family (1931) with Bebe Daniels and Alan Mowbray
Love in the Rough (1930) with Robert Montgomery
The Forward Pass (1929) with Loretta Young and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Knights Out (1929)
Not Quite Decent (1929) with June Collyer

Mister Ed, 1961-1966 syndicated and later CBS TV series. Lane provided the voice for Mister Ed
Red Ryder, 1956-1957 TV series. Lane portrayed Red Ryder

Cheyenne, episode Massacre at Gunsight Pass, originally aired May 1, 1961
Gunsmoke, episode Long Hours, Short Pay, originally aired April 29, 1961
Bonanza, episode The Blood Line, originally aired December 31, 1960
Gunsmoke, episode The Badge, originally aired November 12, 1960
Lawman, episode The Payment, originally aired May 8, 1960
Bronco, episode Death of an Outlaw, originally aired March 8, 1960
Colt .45, episode Arizona Anderson, originally aired February 14, 1960
Tales of Wells Fargo, episode The Reward, originally aired April 21, 1958
Wagon Train, episode The Daniel Barrister Story, originally aired April 16, 1958
Alfred Hitchcock Presents, episode Lamb to the Slaughter, originally aired April 13, 1958
Gunsmoke, episode Texas Cowboys, originally aired April 5, 1958
Mike Hammer, episode Husbands Are Bad Luck, originally aired 1957

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