Robert J. Horner

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Robert J. Horner
Born (1894-09-14)September 14, 1894
Spring Valley, Illinois, United States
Died July 29, 1942(1942-07-29) (aged 47)
El Paso, Texas, United States
Other names Royal Hampton
Bob Horner
Robert Hoyt
R.J. Renroh
Occupation Film producer
Film director
Screenwriter
Years active 1920-1935

Robert J. Horner (September 14, 1894 – July 29, 1942) was an American film producer, director and screenwriter. He produced 44 films between 1922-35. He also directed 38 films between 1921-35.

Horner died on July 29, 1942, at the El Paso, Texas City-County Hospital, and the cause of death was cirrhosis of the liver.

Selected filmography[edit]

  • The Champion Liar (1920) (writer)
  • The Smilin' Kid (1920) (writer)
  • Across the Plains (1928) (writer, director, producer)
  • The Mystery Rider (1928) (writer)
  • The Cheyenne Kid (1930) (producer)
  • Apache Kid's Escape (1930) (producer and director)
  • Trails of the Golden West (1931) (producer)
  • Wild West Whoopee (1931) (writer, producer and director)
  • The Pueblo Terror (1931) (producer)
  • The Kid From Arizona (1931) (co-writer, producer and director)
  • The Sheriff's Secret (1931) (producer)
  • Lariats and Six-Shooters (1931) (producer)
  • Riders of Golden Gulch (1932) (producer)
  • 45 Caliber Echo (1932) (producer)
  • Tex Takes a Holiday (1932) (producer)
  • The Whirlwind Rider (1933) (producer and director)
  • Trails of Adventure (1933) (producer)
  • Border Guns (1934) (producer and director)
  • The Border Menace (1934) (writer and co-producer)
  • Western Racketeers (1934) (co-producer and director)
  • Racketeer Roundup (AKA: Gunners and Guns) (1934) (co-producer and director)
  • The Phantom Cowboy (1935) (co-producer and director)
  • Defying The Law (1935) (co-producer and director)

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