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Frank Harvey (II) (1885–1965)


Frank Harvey was born on December 22, 1885 in Jersey, Channel Islands as Harvey Ainsworth Hilton. He was a writer and actor, known for Clara Gibbings (1934), Heritage (1935) and The Streets of London (1934). He was married to Rosamund McMillan. He died on October 10, 1965 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. See full bio »

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Known For

(1934)
Heritage Governor Phillip
(1935)
(1934)
(1938)

Filmography

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 1939 Gone to the Dogs (an original screenplay by)
 1939 Mr. Chedworth Steps Out (adaptation)
 1938 The Farmer Goes to Town (writer)
 1938 Vengeance of the Deep (screenplay)
 1938 Murder Tomorrow (play)
 1937 It Isn't Done (screenplay)
 1936 White Death
 1931 Le cap perdu (novel "Cape Forlorn")
 1931 The Love Storm (story by)
 1930 The Love Storm (novel "Cape Forlorn")
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Personal Details

Other Works:

His play, "Cape Forlorn," was performed at the Fortune Theatre in London, England with Edmund Willard, Marda Vanne, and Louis Bradfield in the cast. Tom Walls was director.

Spouse:

Rosamund McMillan
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Trivia:

The second of three generations of writers who all took the nom de plume "Frank Harvey". His father was Frank Harvey, and his son Frank Harvey.

Star Sign:

Capricorn

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