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Overview (2)

Born in San Francisco, California, USA
Died in Pomona, California, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Harry L. Fraser was born on March 31, 1889 in San Francisco, California, USA. He was a director and writer, known for Broadway to Cheyenne (1932), Rustler's Paradise (1935) and The Last of the Clintons (1935). He was married to Audrey Brown, Emma and Janet Findlay. He died on April 8, 1974 in Pomona, California.

Spouse (3)

Audrey Brown (1953 - 8 April 1974) (his death)
Janet Findlay (? - ?)
Emma (? - ?) (her death)

Trivia (3)

Grandfather of cinematographer Steve Yaconelli.
In 1990 his widow, Audrey Brown [1903-2004] edited and published "I Went That-A-Way," his memoirs of his Hollywood career working with stars like John Wayne, Clara Bow, Rex Bell and Tex Ritter, father of John Ritter.
Father of Ruth Findlay, who had roles in several of her father's films including Heroes of the Alamo (1937).

Personal Quotes (1)

[about director Spencer Gordon Bennet] Spencer once lamented that his skill as a cost cutter [never once going over schedule or over budget] actually worked against him, in that he found himself being assigned fewer shooting days and lower budgets on each successive project in his later years.

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