With so many "Frank Millers" in films past and present, it is understandable that their credits are sometimes lumped together. Suffice to say that British actor/director Frank Miller is not the same person who wrote the Robocop films of the 1980s and 1990s. The British Frank Miller started out in films as a juvenile actor in 1906, appearing in such intriguingly titled subjects as Oh, That Doctor's Boy! and The Terror and the Terrier. By 1930, Miller had pretty much abandoned acting in favor of screenwriting. Frank Miller's credits in this capacity include Shadows (1931), Those Were the Days (1933), and A Southern Maid (1933).