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Frank Howard Clark

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  • A native of Pittsburgh, PA, and "a former cowhand and trail guide," American screenwriter Frank Howard Clark began his career writing scenarios for the long-running railroad series The Hazards of Helen (1914-1917). Extremely busy in the 1920s, Clark churned out original stories and screenplays for action adventures and Westerns alike, often working with director/producer Clifford Elfelt and the young Ken Maynard. Near the end of the decade, he found a home with poverty row company FBO, who even allowed him to both write and direct Tom Tyler's The Texas Tornado (1928). A busy supplier of B-Westerns well into the sound era, Clark later wrote for Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, and Randolph Scott.

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No Score Yet O'Malley of the Mounted Screenwriter 1936
No Score Yet Rustlers' Roundup Screenwriter 1933
No Score Yet Shadow Ranch Screenwriter 1930
No Score Yet The Prairie King Screenwriter 1927
No Score Yet The Night Patrol Screenwriter 1926
No Score Yet Laughing at Danger Screenwriter 1924
No Score Yet Big Stakes Screenwriter 1922

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