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Daniel Frohman (1851–1940)

Daniel Frohman was born on August 22, 1851 in Sandusky, Ohio, USA. He is known for his work on Cinderella (1914), Tess of the Storm Country (1914) and Snow White (1916). He was married to Margaret Illington. He died on December 26, 1940 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Cinderella
Cinderella Miscellaneous Crew
(1914)
Tess of the Storm Country
Tess of the Storm Country Miscellaneous Crew
(1914)
Snow White
Snow White Miscellaneous Crew
(1916)
Leah Kleschna
Leah Kleschna Miscellaneous Crew
(1913)

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 1928 The Home Girl (Short) (presenter)
 1917 Sleeping Fires (presenter)
 1917 The Dummy (presenter)
 1917 Sapho (presenter)
 1917 The Fortunes of Fifi (presenter)
 1917 A Girl Like That (presenter)
 1916/I Snow White (presents)
 1916 The Traveling Salesman (presenter)
 1916 Seventeen (presenter)
 1916 The Kiss (presenter)
 1916 The Daughter of MacGregor (presenter)
 1916 The Eternal Grind (presenter)
 1916 The Lost Bridegroom (presenter)
 1916 The Spider (presenter)
 1916 Mice and Men (presenter)
 1916 The Foundling (presenter)
 1915 Lydia Gilmore (presenter)
 1915 The Old Homestead (presenter)
 1915 The Prince and the Pauper (presenter)
 1915 Madame Butterfly (presenter)
 1915/I The Masqueraders (presenter)
 1915 The White Pearl (presenter)
 1915 A Girl of Yesterday (presenter)
 1915 The Fatal Card (presenter)
 1915 Esmeralda (Short) (presenter)
 1915 The Incorrigible Dukane (Short) (presenter)
 1915 The Heart of Jennifer (presenter)
 1915 Helene of the North (presenter)
 1915 Sold (presenter)
 1915 Rags (presenter)
 1915 The Seven Sisters (presenter)
 1915 Gambier's Advocate (presenter)
 1915 The Dawn of a Tomorrow (presenter)
 1915 Jim the Penman (presenter)
 1915 The Pretty Sister of Jose (presenter)
 1915 The Moth and the Flame (presenter)
 1915 Fanchon, the Cricket (presenter)
 1915 May Blossom (presenter)
 1915 The Eternal City (presenter)
 1915/I When We Were Twenty-One (presenter)
 1915 Niobe (presenter)
 1915 The Commanding Officer (presenter)
 1915 Gretna Green (presenter)
 1915 The Prisoner of Zenda (presenter)
 1915 The Love Route (presenter)
 1915 The Bachelor's Romance (presenter)
 1915 Mistress Nell (presenter)
 1915 The Dancing Girl (presenter)
 1914 Cinderella (presenter)
 1914/I The Crucible (presenter)
 1914 Mrs. Black Is Back (presenter)
 1914 Aristocracy (presenter)
 1914 The Man from Mexico (presenter)
 1914 His Last Dollar (presenter)
 1914 Behind the Scenes (presenter)
 1914/I Wildflower (presenter)
 1914 Marta of the Lowlands (presenter)
 1914 The Lost Paradise (presenter)
 1914 Aftermath (presenter)
 1914 The Spitfire (presenter)
 1914 One of Our Girls (presenter)
 1914/I The Brute (Short) (presenter)
 1914 Tess of the Storm Country (presenter)
 1914 Clothes (presenter)
 1914 A Good Little Devil (presenter)
 1914 Hearts Adrift (presenter)
 1914 The Day of Days (presenter)
 1913 A Lady of Quality (presenter)
 1913 The Daughter of the Hills (Short) (presenter)
 1913 Leah Kleschna (presenter)
 1913 Chelsea 7750 (presenter)
 1913 Tess of the D'Urbervilles (presenter)
 1913 The Prisoner of Zenda (presenter)
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Stage Play: The Main Line. Written by Henry C. DeMille. Lyceum Theatre: Sep 1886- unknown (unknown performances). Cast: Unknown. Theatre Owned and Operated by Daniel Frohman [earliest Broadway credit]. Note: Built in 1885, The Lyceum Theatre at 4th Avenue (23rd & 24th Streets), New York, NY, was the first venue on Broadway to be lighted ... See more »

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Was president of the Actors Fund for 26 years. See more »

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