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Frank Leighton (I) (1908–1962)

Frank Leighton was born on July 16, 1908 in Sydney, Australia as Frank Athelston Leighton. He was an actor, known for Timberland Terror (1937), Splendid Fellows (1934) and Two Minutes Silence (1933). He died on October 17, 1962 in England. See full bio »


(age 54) in England, UK

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Known For

Timberland Terror
Timberland Terror Jim Thornton
Splendid Fellows
Splendid Fellows The Hon. Hurbert Montmorency
Two Minutes Silence
George Takes the Air
George Takes the Air Pvt. Bob Bullock


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 1962 A Matter of Conscience (TV Movie)
 1962 Reunion Day (TV Movie)
Jerry Grant
 1961 A Chance of Thunder (TV Series)
Frank Dainton
- Episode #1.3 (1961) ... Frank Dainton
 1961 Five Bells for Logan (TV Movie)
First Officer Burke
 1960 BBC Sunday-Night Play (TV Mini-Series)
Group Captain Garry, OBE, DFC
- Summer Theatre: An English Summer (1960) ... Group Captain Garry, OBE, DFC
 1959 The Adventures of Brigadier Wellington-Bull (TV Series)
Plainclothes policeman
- A Clubbable Man (1959) ... Plainclothes policeman
 1959 The Flying Doctor (TV Series)
- A Pair of Eyes (1959) ... Joe
 1957 White Hunter (TV Series)
Bartley Kern
- The Trophy (1957) ... Bartley Kern
 1957 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Inspector Talbot
- Knife in the Family (1957) ... Inspector Talbot
 1957 The Shiralee
Fred, the Barman
 1956 The Errol Flynn Theatre (TV Series)
Rolt / Major
- The Duel (1956) ... Rolt
- Mademoiselle Fifi (1956) ... Major
 1955 The Stateless Man (Short)
Inspector Parry
 1938 George Takes the Air
Pvt. Bob Bullock
 1938 I See Ice
Ice Rink Manager (uncredited)
 1937 The Last Chance
Alan Burmister
 1937 Timberland Terror
Jim Thornton
 1936/I Thoroughbred
Tommy Dawson
 1934 Splendid Fellows
The Hon. Hurbert Montmorency
 1934 Hide-Out
New Paree Cabaret Headwaiter (uncredited)
 1934 Operator 13
Union Major (uncredited)
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He acted in the play, "The Dish Ran Away," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Betty Paul, Emma Treckman, Winifred Evans, Blanche Fothergill, Gordon Tanner, and Shelagh Furley in the cast. Leslie French was director.

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