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Frank Andrews (I) (1866–1948)

Frank Andrews was born on July 25, 1866 in Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for The Poor Little Rich Girl (1917), The Nightingale (1914) and Children of the Ghetto (1915). He was married to Ethel B. Andrews. He died on August 31, 1948 in New York, New York, USA. See full bio »
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The Nightingale
The Nightingale Andrea Franti
Children of the Ghetto
Children of the Ghetto Moses Ansell
Captain Swift
Captain Swift James Seabrook


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 1925 Lena Rivers
Grandfather Nichols
 1924 The Warrens of Virginia
Gen. Griffin
 1924 The Hoosier Schoolmaster
John Pearson
 1918 The Oldest Law
 1918 The Eyes of Mystery
Quincy Carmichael
 1917 Strife
 1917 The Road Between
Martin Abbott
 1915 Children of the Ghetto
Moses Ansell
 1915 The Morals of Marcus
 1914 The Nightingale
Andrea Franti
 1914 Captain Swift
James Seabrook (as Frank B. Andrews)
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 1914 The Daddy of Them All (Short)

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Stage Play: The Song of the Sword. Romance. Written by Leo Ditrichstein. Directed by Edward E. Rose. Daly's Theatre: 24 Oct 1899- 26 Nov 1899 (40 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews [Broadway debut], Frank Beamish, Adele Block, George E. Bryant, Rowland Buckstone, H.E. Chase, John J. Collins, Norman Conniers, Genevieve Dolaro, Thomas Doyle,... See more »

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Frank B. Andrews

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