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Frederic Hatton (1879–1946)

Frederic Hatton was born on July 30, 1879 in Peru, Illinois, USA as Frederick Howard Hatton. He was a writer and actor, known for Mister Antonio (1929), Tonight or Never (1931) and Two Men and a Maid (1929). He was married to Fanny Hatton. He died on April 13, 1946 in Rutland, Illinois. See full bio »


(age 66) in Rutland, Illinois, USA

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Known For

Mister Antonio
Tonight or Never
Two Men and a Maid
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 1931 Tonight or Never (adaptation - as Frederick Hatton)
 1931 The Great Lover (based on the play written by - as Frederic)
 1931 Just a Gigolo (adaptation by: English)
 1931 Damaged Love
 1930 Her Unborn Child (adaptation - as Frederick Hatton)
 1929 Painted Faces (dialogue)
 1929 Mister Antonio (adaptation - as Frederick Hatton) / (titles - silent version, as Frederick Hatton)
 1929 Midstream (dialogue) / (titles)
 1929 The Fall of Eve (dialogue)
 1929 Two Men and a Maid (screenplay) / (titles)
 1929 New Orleans (screenplay) / (titles)
 1929 The Bachelor Girl (dialogue)
 1929 Father and Son (screenplay) / (titles)
 1929 My Lady's Past (dialogue) / (titles)
 1929 Molly and Me (screenplay) / (titles)
 1929 The Devil's Apple Tree (titles - as Frederick Hatton)
 1929 The Spirit of Youth (titles)
 1929 The Rainbow (titles)
 1929 Synthetic Sin (play)
 1929 Broadway Fever (titles)
 1928 The Rush Hour (story "The Azure Shore")
 1928 The Power of Silence (titles)
 1928 The Naughty Duchess (titles)
 1928 The Night Bird (story "The Man Disturber")
 1928 Domestic Meddlers (titles - as Frederick Hatton)
 1928 The Albany Night Boat (titles)
 1928 Beautiful But Dumb (titles)
 1928 Kit Carson (titles - as Frederick Hatton)
 1928 The Tragedy of Youth (titles)
 1928 The Man in Hobbles (titles)
 1928 A Woman Against the World (titles)
 1927 The Lovelorn (titles)
 1927 The Bugle Call (titles)
 1926 The Waning Sex (play)
 1926 Money Talks
 1926 Fifth Avenue (titles)
 1926 The Checkered Flag (as Frederick Hatton)
 1925 Time, the Comedian (adaptation)
 1925 Exchange of Wives (adaptation - titles)
 1925 Paint and Powder (titles)
 1925 Wreckage (titles)
 1925 The Love Gamble (titles)
 1925 The Manicure Girl (story)
 1925 The Kiss Barrier (story - as Frederick Hatton)
 1925 The Mad Whirl (adaptation)
 1925 Cheaper to Marry (adaptation)
 1924 Curlytop
 1924 Star Dust Trail (story)
 1924 Madonna of the Streets (titles)
 1924 Circe the Enchantress (titles)
 1924 Married Flirts (titles)
 1924 The Trouble Shooter (as Frederick Hatton)
 1924 The Wolf Man
 1924 Just Off Broadway (screenplay) / (story)
 1923 South Sea Love (story "With the Tide")
 1922 Peacock Alley (titles)
 1921 Little Italy (play)
 1921 The Land of Hope (screenplay) / (story)
 1920 The Great Lover (play)
 1920 The Walk-Offs (play)
 1919 Lombardi, Ltd. (play)
 1919 Upstairs and Down (play)
 1919 The Indestructible Wife (play)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: His Majesty's Car. Comedy. Written by Fanny Hatton and Frederic Hatton. From the Hungarian by Attila Von Orbok. Directed by Stanley Logan. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 23 Oct 1930- Nov 1930 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Roman Arnoldoff (as "Alvarez"), Isabel Atwill (as "The Countess"), Arthur Barry (as "Von Werden")... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Frederic | Frederick Hatton

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