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Park Frame (1889–1943)

Park Frame was born on November 17, 1889 in Seattle, Washington, USA as Park Bell Frame. He was a director and assistant director, known for The Drug Store Cowboy (1925), The Man Who Turned White (1919) and For a Woman's Honor (1919). He died on June 2, 1943 in California, USA. See full bio »

Died:

(age 53) in California, USA

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Known For

(1925)
(1919)
(1919)
(1919)

Filmography

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 1928 Road House (assistant director)
 1927 The Wizard (assistant director)
 1927 High School Hero (assistant director)
 1927 7th Heaven (assistant director)
 1916 Nugget Jim's Pardner (Short) (assistant director)
 1916 The Pilgrim (Short) (assistant director)
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 1924 Flashing Spurs
Bill Carbee
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Alternate Names:

Park B. Frame | Parke Frame
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Died aboard a train.

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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