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Frank Avianca (1936–2014)

Frank Avianca was born on September 16, 1936 in Sicily, Italy as Frank Sardo. He was a producer and actor, known for Blood Song (1982), The Undertaker (1988) and Clay Pigeon (1971). He died on February 26, 2014 in Somer, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Blood Song Producer
The Undertaker Producer
Clay Pigeon Producer
Hells Angels 69 Soundtrack


Hide Hide Show Show Producer (7 credits)
 2000 Blame It on the Moon (producer)
 1999 The Survival Club (producer)
 1988 The Undertaker (producer)
 1982 Blood Song (producer)
 1975 The 'Human' Factor (producer)
 1973 The Wild Little Bunch (producer - produced by)
 1971 Clay Pigeon (executive producer)
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 1988 The Undertaker
Uncle Chickie (uncredited)
 1978 Matilda
Hood #2
 1975 The 'Human' Factor
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 1969 Hells Angels 69 (lyrics: "Hang on Tight", "Lazy", "Say Girl", "What's His Is His", "Al and Alice", "Till You're Through") / (music: "Al and Alice", "Till You're Through")
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 1988 The Undertaker (as Franco De Stefanino)
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 1982 Blood Song (screenplay)
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 1960 American Bandstand (TV Series)
- Episode #4.3 (1960) ... Self (as Frankie Sardo)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Franco De Stefanino | Frankie Sardo

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He was the opening act (under the name of Frankie Sardo) for the 1959 "Winter Dance Party" tour made famous by the deaths of Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, and the Big Bopper in a plane crash on February 3, 1959. At the time, he had a single on the charts in the Midwest called "Fake Out". See more »

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