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Frank Melton

Highest Rated:   100% Wonder Man (1945)
Lowest Rated:   60% The White Parade (1934)
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Character actor Frank Melton was under contract at Fox Studios from 1933 until the early 1940s. Apparently a favorite of humorist Will Rogers, Melton was prominently cast in six of Rogers' movie vehicles. In other films, he could usually be found in bit roles, often playing displaced Southerners in the Big City. Before his retirement in 1944, Frank Melton free-lanced at Columbia and Warner Bros.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
100% Wonder Man
  • Waiter
1945
No Score Yet The Man Who Walked Alone
  • Glem
1945
95% The Woman in the Window
  • Man in Front of Art Gallery
1944
No Score Yet The Sky's the Limit
  • Navy Officer
1943
No Score Yet Black Dragons
  • Spy
1942
No Score Yet Wrecking Crew
  • Pete
1942
No Score Yet Tanks a Million
  • Cleary
1941
No Score Yet They Meet Again
  • Wiliiam Merrill Jr.
1941
No Score Yet Pot o' Gold
  • Jasper
1941
100% The Strawberry Blonde
  • Man
1941
No Score Yet The Fighting 69th
  • Alabama man
1940
83% The Return of Frank James
  • Reporter
1940
No Score Yet Second Chorus
  • Stu
1940
No Score Yet The Cat and the Canary
  • Reporter
1939
No Score Yet You Can't Cheat an Honest Man
  • Yokel
1939
No Score Yet The Buccaneer
  • Lt. Shreve
1938
No Score Yet Affairs of Cappy Ricks
  • Matt Peasely
1937
No Score Yet The Glory Trail
  • Lt. Gilcrest
1937
No Score Yet Damaged Goods
  • Jack
1937
No Score Yet The Traitor
  • Jimmy 'Texas Kid' Allen
1936
No Score Yet August Week-End
  • Ronnie Washburne
1936
No Score Yet The Daring Young Man
  • Cub Reporter
1935
No Score Yet 365 Nights in Hollywood
  • Frank Young
1934
60% The White Parade
  • Dr. Barnes
1934
No Score Yet The World Moves On
  • John Girard
1934
No Score Yet Stand Up and Cheer
  • Fosdick
1934
No Score Yet Judge Priest
  • Flem Tally
1934
No Score Yet Ace of Aces
  • 2nd Lt. Phil `Pee Wee' Parker
1933
No Score Yet State Fair
  • Harry Ware
1933

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