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Franklin Parker

Highest Rated: 100% The Narrow Margin (1952)

Lowest Rated: 14% The Concorde... Airport '79 (1979)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

American actor/singer Franklin Parker established himself in vaudeville and on Broadway, where he was often billed as "Pinky." From 1931 until 1952, Parker essayed numerous bit roles in innumerable films. He was usually seen as a reporter or cab driver, but also drifted in and out as sailors, telegraph operators, male stenographers, and croupiers. Franklin Parker made his last appearance in Richard Fleischer's The Narrow Margin (1952).

Highest Rated Movies



14% The Concorde... Airport '79 Technician #2 1979
No Score Yet Fresh from Paris Himself 1955
91% Pat and Mike Himself 1952
100% The Narrow Margin Telegraph Attendant 1952
No Score Yet The Jackpot Poker Player 1950
No Score Yet The Undercover Man Man 1949
60% Good Sam Photographer 1948
No Score Yet On an Island with You Lieutenant/Technical Advisor 1948
82% Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House Simpson 1948
No Score Yet The Senator Was Indiscreet Reporter 1947
100% The Blue Dahlia Police Stenographer 1946
91% They Were Expendable Navy Officer 1945
No Score Yet Follow the Boys Man in Office 1944
No Score Yet Texas Rangers Ride Again Gas Station Attendant 1940
No Score Yet Eternally Yours Croupier 1939
No Score Yet Trade Winds Detective Squad 1938
No Score Yet Men with Wings Mail Truck Driver 1938
No Score Yet I Cover the War Parker 1937
No Score Yet Born to Dance Reporter 1936
100% Fury Man 1936
No Score Yet Small Town Girl (One Horse Town) Reporter 1936
No Score Yet I'd Give My Life (uncredited) 1936
No Score Yet The Woman in Red Reporter 1935
No Score Yet Chained Third Mate 1934
No Score Yet Picture Brides Bill 1934
No Score Yet Operator 13 John Hay 1934
No Score Yet Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round Frank, the Tenor 1934
No Score Yet The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (Girl of My Dreams) House Prexy 1933
No Score Yet Frisco Jenny Martell, a Newspaperman 1933
No Score Yet Two Seconds Reporter 1932
No Score Yet Millie Spring 1931


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