Frank Dawson

Highest Rated: 100% Beau Geste (1939)
Lowest Rated: 80% Waterloo Bridge (1940)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
A handsome, white-haired supporting actor from England, in Hollywood from 1932, Frank Dawson usually played ministers and what was often termed the "gentleman's gentleman." At his most proper and deferential, Dawson was Barbara Stanwyck's butler in Secret Bride (1935) and later cared for the needs of Genevieve Tobin in Broadway Hostess (1935), as well as those of Cary Grant in Suzy (1936), George Sanders in Four Men and a Prayer (1938), Halliwell Hobbes in Waterloo Bridge (1940), and Dame May Whitty in Crash Dive (1943).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Shocking Miss Pilgrim Waiter 1947
No Score Yet Devotion Club Member 1946
91% The Woman in the Window Collins, the Steward 1944
91% Ministry of Fear Vicar 1944
88% Wilson Minor Role 1944
No Score Yet Crash Dive Henry the Butler 1943
No Score Yet They All Kissed the Bride Nolan 1942
No Score Yet Unholy Partners Old Man 1941
80% Waterloo Bridge Vicar's Butler 1940
100% Beau Geste Burdon, the Butler 1939
100% The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Dawes 1939
No Score Yet Four Men and a Prayer Mullins 1938
No Score Yet Arsene Lupin Returns Franz 1938
No Score Yet Hotel Haywire Old Butler 1937
100% A Day at the Races Doctor 1937
No Score Yet Ladies in Love Johann 1936
No Score Yet Rhythm on the Range Butler 1936
No Score Yet Suzy Albert the Butler 1936
No Score Yet Private Number Graham 1936
No Score Yet Broadway Hostess Morse 1935
No Score Yet The Last Outpost Surgeon 1935
No Score Yet No More Ladies Dickens 1935
100% Flirtation Walk Butler 1934
No Score Yet Lady and Gent (The Challenger) Minister 1932


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