Frank Clark

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Author, Actor - USA
Born December 22, 1857 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Died April 10, 1945 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Frank Clark was born on December 22, 1857 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. He was an American Author, Actor, known for Letter to Brezhnev (1985), Blazing Magnum (1976), The Man from painted post (1917), Frank Clark's first movie on record is from 0. Frank Clark died on April 10, 1945 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1985.

Frank Clark Filmography [Auszug]
1985: [/ /1] Letter to Brezhnev (Scenario), Directed by Chris Bernard, with Susan Dempsey, Peter Firth, Tracy Lea,
1976: [/ /1] Blazing Magnum (Scenario), Directed by Martin Herbert, with Tisa Farrow, Gayle Hunnicutt, Martin Landau,
1922: [01.22] Two kinds of women (Cast: Dr. Tripp), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Pauline Frederick, Tom Santschi, Charles Clary,
1921: [04.03] Hands off (Cast: Captain Jim Ellison ), Directed by George Marshall, with Tom Mix, Pauline Curley, Charles K. French,
1920: [10.25] Wanted at Headquarters (Kate Plus Ten (Working title)) (Cast: The Bishop (as Frank Clarke) ), Directed by Stuart Paton, with Eva Novak, , Lee Shumway,
1920: [] The Lost City (The Jungle Princess, The Lost City of the African Jungle) (Cast: Michael Donovan), Directed by E.A. Martin, with Juanita Hansen, George Chesebro,
1919: [07.13] Yvonne from Paris (Cast), Directed by Emmett J. Flynn, with Mary Miles Minter, Allan Forrest, Vera Lewis,
1919: [01.19] Ravished Armenia (Cast), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with Aurora Mardiganian, Irving Cummings, Anna Q. Nilsson,
1918: [10.13] The Yellow Dog (Cast: Alexander Cummings), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Arthur Hoyt, Antrim Short, Clara Horton,
1918: [02.15] The Turn of a Card (Cast: Finnegan), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson, Eugene Pallette,
1917: [09.30] The Man from painted post (Fancy Jim Sherwood) (Cast: Toby Madden), Directed by Joseph Henabery, with Douglas Fairbanks, Eileen Percy, Frank Campeau,
1917: [06.00] The Further Adventures of Stingaree (Cast: Gypsy Prince (AKA Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Paul Hurst, with , Paul Hurst, Edythe Sterling,
1917: [02.10] Beware of Strangers (Cast: Horace Kincaid, a Quack Doctor), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Fritzi Brunette, Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton,
1917: [01.08] The Price of Silence (Cast: Judge Vernon), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with William Farnum, Vivian Rich,
1916: [12.25] The Garden of Allah (Cast: Pater Beret), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Helen Ware,
1916: [06.19] The Reprisal (Cast), Directed by William Robert Daly, with Fritzi Brunette, Jack Pickford, Guy Oliver,
1916: [05.01] At Piney Ridge (Cast: General Deering), Directed by William Robert Daly, with Fritzi Brunette, Al W. Filson, Leo Pierson,
1916: [03.20] The Ne'er-do-well (Cast: Darwin K. Anthony, Railroad Magnate), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Wheeler Oakman, Kathlyn Williams, ,
1916: [01.31] Diamonds Are Trumps (Cast: Judge Randolph), Directed by William Robert Daly, with Fritzi Brunette, Earle Foxe, Edward Peil,
1916: [01.03] The Buried Treasure of Cobre (Cast: John Hayden), Directed by Frank Beal, with Harry Mestayer, Virginia Kirtley,
1915: [11.15] Sweet Alyssum (Cast: Robert Garlan), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tyrone Power, Kathlyn Williams, Edith Johnson,
1915: [06.28] The Rosary (Cast: Father Ryan), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Kathlyn Williams, Charles Clary, Wheeler Oakman,
1915: [05.03] The Carpet from Bagdad (Cast: Major Callahan ), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Kathlyn Williams, Wheeler Oakman, Guy Oliver,
1914: [09.07] When the West Was Young (Cast: Bootlegger), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Wheeler Oakman, Bessie Eyton, Jack McDonald,
1914: [04.13] The Cherry Pickers (Cast: Colonel Guest), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Wheeler Oakman, Bessie Eyton, Gordon Sackville,
1914: [04.11] The Spoilers (Cast: Dextry (AKA Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Colin Campbell, with William Farnum, Kathlyn Williams, Tom Santschi,
1913: [] Hope (Cast), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Bessie Eyton, Lillian Hayward,
1913: [04.29] Hiram Buys an Auto (Cast: ), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton, Lillian Hayward,
1913: [03.28] Sally in Our Alley (Cast: Old Bumbleton - the Magistrate ), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Wheeler Oakman, Bessie Eyton, Tom Santschi,
1913: [02.05] The Three Wise Men (Cast: 3rd Wise Man (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton, Guy Oliver,
1913: [01.27] The Miner's Justice (Cast: Dad Means - an Old Prospector), Directed by Henry MacRae, with Eugenie Besserer, Al Ernest Garcia,
1913: [01.02] Greater Wealth (Cast: Louis Schwartz - 1st Laborer), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Hobart Bosworth, Eugenie Besserer, Wheeler Oakman,
1912: [12.27] A Pair of Boots (Cast), Directed by Charles H. France, with Lillian Hayward, Phyllis Gordon, ,
1912: [12.23] Harbor Island (Cast: Morris Swift - Railroad Director), Directed by Lem B. Parker, with Harold Lockwood, Kathlyn Williams, Henry Otto,
1912: [11.06] Her Educator (Her Education) (Cast: Mate Allen), Directed by Lem B. Parker, with , Wheeler Oakman, ,
1912: [10.14] Monte Cristo (The Count of Monte Cristo) (Cast: Nortier), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Hobart Bosworth, Tom Santschi, Herbert Rawlinson,
1912: [10.04] An Assisted Elopement (Cast: Old Robert Wilson (AKA Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Elmer Clifton, ,
1912: [07.01] The Lake of Dreams (Cast: Manfred), Directed by Fred Huntley, with Tom Santschi, Roy Clarke, Elmer Clifton,
1912: [06.11] The Old Stagecoach (Cast: Bill Adams), Directed by Fred Huntley, with Herbert Rawlinson, Jesse McGaugh, Frank Richardson,
1912: [05.07] A Humble Hero (Cast: 1st Claim Jumper ), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Tom Santschi, , Fred Huntley,
1912: [04.16] The End of the Romance (Cast: Tough), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Hobart Bosworth, Eugenie Besserer, Herbert Rawlinson,
1912: [04.04] Me an' Bill (Cast: The Doctor (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Roy Watson, Tom Santschi, Bessie Eyton,
1912: [03.26] Hobo (Cast: W.G. Sterritt - Superintendent of the Railraod (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Hobart Bosworth, Frank Richardson,
1912: [03.11] A Crucial Test (Cast), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Tom Santschi, Hobart Bosworth, Herbert Rawlinson,
1912: [03.05] The Ace of Spades (Cast: The Gambler (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Herbert Rawlinson, ,
1912: [02.19] The Danites (Cast: Grasshopper Jake), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Hobart Bosworth, , George Hernandez,
1912: [02.12] A Broken Spur (Cast: Jim Keith (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Frank Richardson, Jane Keckley, Iva Shepard,
1912: [02.01] The Little Stowaway (Cast: The Old Man), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with , Bessie Eyton,
1912: [01.22] A Diplomat Interrupted (Cast: Count Orloff), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Frank Richardson, Tom Santschi,
1912: [01.15] The Secret Wedding (Cast: Mr. Adrian - the Father), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Tom Santschi, , Al Ernest Garcia,
1912: [01.04] The Mate of the Alden Bessie (Cast: The Ship's Captain), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Bessie Eyton, Hobart Bosworth,
1912: [01.02] The Cowboy's Adopted Child (Cast: The Storekeeper), Directed by Frank Montgomery, with Tom Santschi, Roy Watson, Eugenie Besserer,
1911: [12.25] A Modern Rip (Cast: The Bartender), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Hobart Bosworth, Frank Richardson, Nick Cogley,
1911: [11.06] The Coquette (Cast: Stephen Plummer (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Tom Santschi, , Herbert Rawlinson,
1911: [10.17] On Separate Paths (Cast: Dr. Williams (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Sydney Ayres, Herbert Rawlinson, Earl Eydon,
1911: [10.12] Out-Generaled (Cast: Captain of the Yacht (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Sydney Ayres, , George Hernandez,
1911: [09.04] How Algy Captured a Wild Man (Cast: Chester Hill (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Sydney Ayres, Herbert Rawlinson,
1911: [08.17] The Blacksmith's Love (Cast: Surgeon Mullen (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Tom Santschi, Herbert Rawlinson, Frank Richardson,
1911: [08.15] The Regeneration of Apache Kid (Cast: Lieutenant Deering (AKA Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Al Ernest Garcia, Fred Huntley, Frank Richardson,
1911: [08.10] Their Only Son (Cast: (AKA Frank M Clark)), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Al Ernest Garcia, Frank Richardson, Nick Cogley,
1911: [08.08] Slick's Romance (Cast: (as Frank M. Clark)), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Sydney Ayres, Fred Huntley, Al Ernest Garcia,
1911: [05.18] The Still Alarm (Cast: Jo Jones), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Robert Z. Leonard, Herbert Rawlinson, Al Ernest Garcia,
1910: [09.22] The Sergeant (Cast: Soldier), Directed by Francis Boggs, with Hobart Bosworth, Iva Shepard, Tom Santschi,
0: [02.17] The Moral Law (Jezebel's Daughter (Working title)) (Cast: (--??--)), Directed by Bertram Bracken, with Gladys Brockwell, Rosita Marstini, Joseph Singleton,

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