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Frank Hall Crane (1873–1948)

Frank Hall Crane was born on January 1, 1873 in San Francisco, California, USA. He was an actor and director, known for The Stolen Voice (1915), The Family Cupboard (1915) and Old Dutch (1915). He was previously married to Irene M. Titus. He died on September 1, 1948 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Stolen Voice Director
Old Dutch Director
The Praise Agent Director


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 1938 There's That Woman Again
Detective (uncredited)
 1938 Gang Bullets
Mr. William Jones (uncredited)
 1938 Dick Tracy Returns
Doctor at Tracy's Office (uncredited)
 1937 The Toast of New York
Second Tailor (uncredited)
 1936 The Crime of Dr. Forbes
Man in Barroom (uncredited)
 1936 The Speed Reporter
Roger Renfrew
 1936 Give Us This Night
Stage Doorman (uncredited)
 1936 Murder on the Road
Doctor Greene (as Frank Crane)
 1935 If You Could Only Cook
Member of Board of Directors (uncredited)
 1935 The Daring Young Man
Clerk (uncredited)
 1935 Let 'em Have It
Shyster (uncredited)
 1934 'Neath the Arizona Skies
Express Agent (uncredited)
 1934 Mystery Ranch
Percy Jenkins
 1932 Out of Singapore
Capt. Carroll (as Frank Crane)
 1932 Mason of the Mounted
Bartender Frank (uncredited)
 1929 The Man from Nevada
'Wobbles' Watkins (as Frank Crane)
 1929 Children of the Ritz
Butler (as Frank Crayne)
 1928 Bitter Sweets
Nick Clayton (as Frank Crane)
 1926 My Old Dutch
James Vrayford (as Frank Crane)
 1922 Little Wildcat
Jack Wilding (as Frank Crane)
 1922 A Girl's Desire
'Lord' Cecil Dysart (as Frank Crane)
 1917 An Alabaster Box
Wesley Elliott (as Frank Crane)
 1917 The Marionettes (Short) (as Frank Crane)
 1914 Three Men Who Knew (Short)
1st Man Who Knew (as Frank Crane)
 1914 Men and Women (Short)
Ned Seabury (as Frank Crane)
 1914 The Lady of the Island (Short) (as Frank Crane)
 1914 The Skull (Short) (as Frank Crane)
 1914 Love's Victory (Short)
Marsden - The Boss (as Frank H. Crane)
 1914 Classmates (Short)
Clay (as Frank Crane)
 1914 The Doctor's Deceit (Short)
Dr. Arthur Cox / Dr. Douglas (re-release)
 1913 The Sneak Thief (Short)
 1913 Leah Kleschna
Raoul Berton (as Frank H. Crane)
 1912/II The Love Test (Short)
Mark Loring (as Frank Crane)
 1912 The Padrone's Daughter (Short)
Vincenzo (as Frank Crane)
 1912 The Hindoo's Prize (Short)
The Young American (as Frank Crane)
 1912 Reunited by the Sea (Short)
Joe Layton (as Frank Crane)
 1912 The Heart of a Gypsy (Short)
Jan (as Frank Crane)
 1912 Fanchon the Cricket (Short)
Landy Barbaud (as Frank Crane)
 1912 The Clown's Triumph (Short)
Hon. Richard Newton (as Frank Crane)
 1912 A Millionaire for a Day (Short)
The Bank Cashier (as Frank Crane)
 1912 A Leap for Love (Short)
Samuel Kingston (as Frank Crane)
 1912 The Chef's Downfall (Short)
James Thornton (as E. Crane)
 1911 Cinderella (Short) (as Frank H. Crane)
 1911/II The Last of the Mohicans (Short)
 1911 David Copperfield (Short)
 1911 His Exoneration (Short)
The Favored Lover (as Frank Crane)
 1911 Al Martin's Game (Short)
Al Martin (as Frank Crane)
 1911 The Pied Piper of Hamelin (Short)
 1911/II The Declaration of Independence (Short)
Paul Revere (as Frank H. Crane)
 1911 Lorna Doone (Short) (as Frank H. Crane)
 1911 A Circus Stowaway (Short)
Jack, the Circus Acrobat
 1911 The Poet of the People (Short)
The Poet (as Frank H. Crane)
 1911 Weighed in the Balance (Short)
The Banker
 1911 Old Home Week (Short)
John Hepburn (as Frank H. Crane)
 1911 Silas Marner (Short)
Silas Marner (as Frank H. Crane)
 1911/II Divorce (Short)
Mr. Gray (as Frank H. Crane)
 1911 The Old Curiosity Shop (Short)
 1910 The Vicar of Wakefield (Short)
 1910 Looking Forward (Short)
 1910/II Rip Van Winkle (Short)
Rip Van Winkle (as Frank H. Crane)
 1910 John Halifax, Gentleman (Short) (as Frank H. Crane)
 1910 Paul and Virginia (Short)
Paul (as Frank Crane)
 1910 Ten Nights in a Bar Room (Short)
Joe Morgan, Little Mary's Father (as Frank H. Crane)
 1910 Pocahontas (Short)
Rolfe (as Frank Crane)
 1910 Not Guilty (Short)
Harry Martin
 1910 Mother (Short)
 1910 She Stoops to Conquer (Short) (as Frank H. Crane)
 1910 Lena Rivers (Short) (as Frank H. Crane)
 1910 The Mermaid (Short)
John Gary, Ethel's Father (as Frank H. Crane)
 1910/II Uncle Tom's Cabin (Short)
Uncle Tom (as Frank H. Crane)
 1910 Thelma (Short)
Sir Philip Errington
 1910 The Two Roses (Short)
Tony Prolo
 1910 The Girl of the Northern Woods (Short)
Will Harding, a Surveyor
 1910 The Winter's Tale (Short)
Polixenes - The King of Bohemia
 1910 Cupid at the Circus (Short)
Tom Gates as an Adult
 1910 The Best Man Wins (Short)
A Poor Lawyer
 1910/I Jane Eyre
Lord Rochester
 1910 Daddy's Double (Short)
 1910 She's Done It Again (Short)
 1910/II St. Elmo (Short)
St. Elmo (as Frank H. Crane)
 1910 The Actor's Children (Short)
The Actor
 1909 Ten Nights in a Barroom (Short) (as Frank Crane)
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Alternate Names:

E. Crane | Frank H. Crane | Frank Crane | Frank Crayne


Irene M. Titus  (his death)

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