Frank D. Gilroy

Frank D. Gilroy

Highest Rated: 50% From Noon Till Three (1976)

Lowest Rated: 50% From Noon Till Three (1976)

Birthday: Oct 13, 1925

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Award-winning playwright who began his career during the "Golden Age" of live TV and entered film as a screenwriter in 1956 with "Fastest Gun Alive." Gilroy won acclaim on the New York stage with his Obie Award-winning "Who'll Save the Plowboy?" (1962); he won a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for his Broadway debut, "The Subject Was Roses," a powerful autobiographical drama about a post-war, dysfunctional family that he adapted to film in 1968.

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Money Plays Director,
Writer
- 1998
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Luckiest Man in the World Director - 1989
No Score Yet 75% The Gig Director,
Screenwriter,
Producer
- 1985
No Score Yet 29% Jinxed! Screenwriter - 1982
No Score Yet No Score Yet Once in Paris Director,
Writer,
Producer
- 1978
No Score Yet No Score Yet Nero Wolfe Director - 1977
50% 61% From Noon Till Three Director - 1976
No Score Yet No Score Yet Gibbsville: The Turning Point of Jim Malloy Director - 1975
No Score Yet 40% Desperate Characters Director,
Producer
- 1971

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Legacy Project Guest
No Score Yet No Score Yet Have Gun -- Will Travel Writer 1958
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Rifleman Writer 1958
No Score Yet No Score Yet The United States Steel Hour Writer 1954-1955

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