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J.L. Frothingham (1880–1925)

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J.L. was a member of "The Associated Producers," a group of independent producers who worked for a high ideal in motion pictures. Other members of this group included King Vidor, Allan Dwan, Thomas Ince, George Loane Tucker and Mack Sennett. Frothingham died at Balboa Park in San Diego, California, where he had been judging a dog show. See more trivia »

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Shattered Idols
Shattered Idols Producer
(1922)
The Breaking Point
(1921)
The Ten Dollar Raise
(1921)

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 1922 Shattered Idols (producer)
 1921 The Ten Dollar Raise (producer)
 1921 The Breaking Point (producer)
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 1922 Shattered Idols (presenter)
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Trivia:

J.L. was a member of "The Associated Producers," a group of independent producers who worked for a high ideal in motion pictures. Other members of this group included King Vidor, Allan Dwan, Thomas Ince, George Loane Tucker and Mack Sennett. Frothingham died at Balboa Park in San Diego, California, where he had been judging a dog show. See more »

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