Co-director from the 1933 common King Kong and its own semi-official 1949 sequel Mighty Joe Teen. He developed a pastime in film picture taking during youth. He took employment with Keystone Studios in 1914, but was shortly delivered off to combat in World Battle I. He teamed up with fellow soldier Merian Cooper and filmed many documentaries and the experience film The Four Feathers. He wedded Ruth Rhose, who proved helpful as the cinematographer on Ruler Kong. He initial caused Fay Wray, the memorable star of Ruler Kong, on Four Feathers and once again in Most Harmful Game.