Prolific B-movie director who was simply credited with an increase of than 250 films, sometimes focusing on as much as 20 at the same time for PRC Images. He became a member of PRC in 1939 and was paid just $500 per picture, which intended he had to carefully turn out his functions at an extremely accelerated speed: in regards to a week of capturing per film. His movies often showed symptoms of rushed creation, but many – just like the sci-fi tale Lost Continent as well as the criminal offense drama Traditional western Pacific – had been regarded as quite well completed. His sibling Sigmund Neufield was the top of PRC images, where Sam devised pseudonyms to keep carefully the audience unacquainted with the amount of movies he was directing. His last productions included focus on a Television series, Hawkeye as well as the Last from the Mohicans, starring Lon Chaney Jr.