J. Frank Glendon

Lowest Rated: 80% Front Page Woman (1935)
Birthday: Oct 25, 1885
Birthplace: Not Available
A handsome, often-mustachioed silent screen villain, J. Frank Glendon (born Jonathan Frank Glendon) graduated from Montana's Wesleyan University prior to entering a stage career in the early 1910s. By 1915, he was co-starring at Vitagraph in Los Angeles and later became a member of the Lois Weber stock company (What Do Men Want?, 1921). Glendon's acting career waned in the early '20s when he co-produced and co-starred (with stuntwoman Marilyn Mills) in a couple of inexpensive Westerns: Tricks (released 1925) and Three Pals (released 1929). In 1935 he co-directed, with stunt expert Yakima Canutt, rodeo champion roper Montie Montana's failed claim to B-Western stardom, Circle of Death, but is today better remembered for playing the villainous Professor Beetson in the Gene Autry serial The Phantom Empire.

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CREDIT
No Score Yet The Traitor Big George 1936
No Score Yet Aces and Eights Harden 1936
No Score Yet King of the Pecos Brewster 1936
No Score Yet Border Caballero Wiley Taggart 1936
No Score Yet The Lion's Den Nate Welsh 1936
80% Front Page Woman Reporter 1935
No Score Yet Sagebrush Troubadour John Martin 1935
No Score Yet The Racing Strain Actor 1933
No Score Yet Gun Law Nevada Smith 1933
100% I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang Arresting Officer 1932
No Score Yet Law and Lawless 'Cash' 1932
No Score Yet Border Romance Buck 1929
No Score Yet A Tale of Two Worlds Newcombe 1921
No Score Yet For the Soul of Rafael Actor 1920

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