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Frank Allworth (1883–1935)

Frank Allworth was born in 1883 in Canada. He was an actor, known for A Summer Adventure (1911), Manhandled (1924) and Breaking In (1925). He was married to Celene Allworth (1885-1974). He died on September 2, 1935 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

A Summer Adventure
A Summer Adventure Jack Zimmerman
Manhandled Salesman
Breaking In
Breaking In Actor
39 East
39 East Timothy O'Brien


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 1927 East Side, West Side
Flash (as Frank Allsworth)
 1925 That Royle Girl
 1925 Breaking In (Short) (as Frank Allsworth)
 1924 Manhandled
 1920 39 East
Timothy O'Brien
 1911 A Summer Adventure (Short)
Jack Zimmerman (as Frank Halworth)

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Other Works:

Stage Play: A Lady for a Night. Comedy/mystery. Written by Hutcheson Boyd. Directed by John Meehan. 49th Street Theatre: 16 Apr 1928- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/8 performances). Cast: Frank Allworth, Warren Ashe (as "Jim Dexter") [Broadway debut], Robert Barrat, Gladys Feldman, Alden Grey, Mark Haight, Dorothy Hall, Percy Helton, ... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Frank Allsworth | Frank Halworth

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Collapsed on stage during the second act of "Portuguese Gal" at the Broad Street Theater in Philadelphia. Since he was portraying a drunken policeman in the rowdy comedy, many in the audience thought his fall was part of his performance. Actress Lenore Ulric quickly realized though, that Allworth was in trouble and ordered the curtain to be brought down. He died a few hours later at a local ... See more »

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