Franklin J. Schaffner

Director - USA
Born 1920
Died July 2, 1989

Franklin J. Schaffner was born circa in 1920. He was an American Director, known for Yes, Giorgio (1982), The Best Man (1963), Patton (1970), Franklin J. Schaffner's first movie on record is from 1963. Franklin J. Schaffner died on July 2, 1989. His last motion picture on file dates from 1989.

Franklin J. Schaffner Filmography [Auszug]
1989: [/ /1] Welcome Home (Director), with Thomas Wilson Brown, Brian Keith, Kris Kristofferson,
1987: [/ /1] Lionheart (Director), with Deborah Barrymore, Gabriel Byrne, Nicholas Clay,
1982: [/ /1] Yes, Giorgio (Director), with Eddie Albert, Paola Borboni, Kathryn Harrold,
1980: [/ /1] Sphinx (Director), with Martin Benson, Lesley-Anne Down, John Gielgud,
1977: [/ /1] Islands in the Stream (Director), with Claire Bloom, David Hemmings, Gilbert Roland,
1976: [/ /1] Islands in the Stream (Director), with Claire Bloom, David Hemmings, Gilbert Roland,
1973: [] Papillon (Director), with Steve McQueen, Dustin Hoffman, Victor Jory,
1971: [/ /1] Nicholas and Alexandra (Director), with Harry Andrews, , Roderic Noble,
1970: [/ /1] Patton (Director), with Michael Bates, , George C. Scott,
1968: [] Planet of the Apes (Director), with James Daly, Maurice Evans, Linda Harrison,
1968: [/ /1] The double man (Director), with Yul Brynner, Britt Ekland,
1965: [/ /1] The war lord (Director), with , Sammy Ross, Woodrow Parfrey,
1963: [/ /1] The Best Man (Director), with Edie Adams, Shelley Berman, Mahalia Jackson,
1963: [] The Stripper (Director), with Richard Beymer, Gypsy Rose Lee, Carol Lynley,

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