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Frankie Kabott

Frankie Kabott is an actor, known for Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963), Daniel Boone (1964) and Dragnet 1967 (1967). See full bio »

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The Big Valley
Guilty (S3, Ep7)
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Daniel Boone Little Tom
Dragnet 1967 Andy Fulkerson
Bonanza Timmy Rowan


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 1979 Like Normal People (TV Movie)
Robert at 18
 1969 Dragnet 1967 (TV Series)
Andy Fulkerson
- Juvenile Division: DR-19 (1969) ... Andy Fulkerson
 1967 The Big Valley (TV Series)
Stevie Becker
- Guilty (1967) ... Stevie Becker
 1967 Daniel Boone (TV Series)
Little Tom
- The Young Ones (1967) ... Little Tom
 1967 Bonanza (TV Series)
Timmy Rowan
- The Unseen Wound (1967) ... Timmy Rowan
 1966 The Time Tunnel (TV Series)
Billy Neal
- The Day the Sky Fell In (1966) ... Billy Neal (uncredited)
 1966 Gidget (TV Series)
- Don't Defrost the Alligator (1966) ... Davey
 1966 Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV Series)
Frankie Joslin
- When Hell Froze (1966) ... Frankie Joslin
 1965 Barnaby (TV Movie)
 1965 Lassie (TV Series)
- Lassie Saves a Life (1965) ... Tommy

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In 1968, he co-starred in a unsold sitcom pilot for CBS called "Harry and David". The plot concerned the adventures of two boys orphaned during the American Civil War, who move to their grandfather's home in Canada. See more »

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