|Birth: ||Dec. 25, 1906|
|Death: ||Sep. 12, 1978|
Los Angeles County
Actor. He was born in Ferndale, California. He began his career on stage, but soon, he moved to cinema where become one of the most known character actors of the cinema. He often played in westerns. Among others, he appeared in "This Gun for Hire" (1942), "The Farmer's Daughter" (1947), "The Miracle of the Bells" (1948), "Fort Apache" (1948), "Rancho Notorious" (1952). "This Could Be the Night" (1957), "Sunrise at Campobello" (1960), "Pocketful of Miracles" (1962), "Hush..Hush, Sweet Charlotte" (1964) and "The Great Sioux Massacre" (1965), his last film. On TV, he appeared in "The Real McCoys," "Petticoat Junction" and "My Friend Flicka," among others. He died in Los Angeles, California, and according the newspapers, he was cremated and his ashes scattered. (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)
Cremated, Ashes scattered.
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Originally Created by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni
Record added: Jan 12, 2006
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Frank, I don't know if you were an outdoorsman or not, but you gave the genuine appearance of being a very comfortable individual in your many roles. A great distinctive baritone voice, coupled with a sense of decency and fair play, made you someone to b...(Read more)|
Added: Mar. 6, 2015
To a great actor, R.I.P.|
Added: Mar. 5, 2015
Always loved seeing you in the movies and wished I had met you in person. A true gentleman!!|
Donna Dillon Polockow
Added: Feb. 5, 2015
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