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Frank Hall Crane

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Frank Hall Crane was primarily a stage actor when he began appearing in films like The Vicar of Wakefield in 1910. Crane's sporadic screenwriting career dates back at least to 1915's The Stolen Voice. His most active years as a director were between 1914 to 1918: during this period, he specialized in smoothing the ruffled feathers of such temperamental ladies as Mary Garden (Thais 1917), Olga Petrovka (Life Mask 1918) and Irene Castle (Vengeance is Mine 1918). His screen activities in the 1920s were less prestigious, though he did serve as a production assistant on the innovative silent melodrama The Bat (1926). Frank Hall Crane returned to acting in minor roles during the 1930s.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Burglar
  • News Reporter
1957
No Score Yet There's That Woman Again
  • Detective
1939
No Score Yet Gang Bullets
  • Mr. William Jones
1938
No Score Yet The Toast of New York
  • Tailor
1937
No Score Yet Speed Reporter
  • Roger Renfrew
1936
No Score Yet 'Neath Arizona Skies
  • Express Agent
1934
No Score Yet Mason of the Mounted
  • Actor
1932
No Score Yet Thais
  • Director
1917

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet 60 Minutes
2008
  • Appearing
  • 2014

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