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Alexander F. Frank (1866–1939)

Alexander F. Frank was born in 1866 in England. He was a director and writer, known for Eliza's Fairy Prince (1915), Love's Triumph (1915) and The Accusing Finger (1915). He died on December 14, 1939 in Long Island City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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in England, UK

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 1915 The Accusing Finger (Short)
 1915 A Rube Conductor (Short) (as Alex Frank)
 1915 The Only Son (Short)
 1915 An Amateur Burglar (Short) (as Alex Frank)
 1915 Broken Vows (Short)
 1915 Cy's Triumph (Short) (as Alex Frank)
 1915 Love's Triumph (Short)
 1915 A Terrible Tragedy (Short) (as Alex Frank)
 1915 Kidnapped (Short)
 1915 In Raw Color (Short)
 1915/II Shadows (Short) (as Alex Frank)
 1915 A Courageous Coward (Short)
 1915 Lost, Strayed or Stolen (Short) (as Alex Frank)
 1915/II Father and Son (Short)
 1915 Catching a Speeder (Short) (as Alex Frank)
 1915 None So Blind (Short)
 1915 Poor Little Rich Man (Short) (as Alex Frank)
 1915 A Waif of the Woods (Short)
 1915 A Man for A' That (Short) (as Alex Frank)
 1915 The Foster Brother (Short)
 1915 The New Sheriff (Short)
 1915 The Tattooed Man (Short)
 1915 Eliza's Fairy Prince (Short)
 1915 Blown Upon (Short)
 1914 Mother's Darling Little Boy (Short) (as Alex Frank)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Richard Savage. Drama. Written by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. Based on "Lives of the Poets," a biography of Richard Savage, by Samuel Johnson. Lyceum Theatre: 4 Feb 1901- Feb 1901 (closing date unknown/26 performances). Cast: Philip Barnard, Mrs. Thorndyke Boucicault, Margaret Bourne, Charles Cherry, Arthur Elliott, Jennie Eustace... See more »

Alternate Names:

Alec Frank | Alexander Frank | Alex Frank

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