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Franklin Pangborn

Franklin PangbornBorn: 23-Jan-1888
Birthplace: Newark, NJ
Died: 20-Jul-1958
Location of death: Santa Monica, CA
Cause of death: Complications of Surgery
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Character actor, 1920s to 1950s

Military service: US Army (WWI)

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1500 Vine Street. (motion pictures)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    The Story of Mankind (8-Nov-1957) · Marquis de Varennes
    My Dream is Yours (15-Apr-1949) · Manager
    Romance on the High Seas (25-Jun-1948) · Rio Hotel Clerk
    Mad Wednesday (18-Feb-1947) · Formfit Franklin
    I'll Be Yours (2-Feb-1947)
    Calendar Girl (31-Jan-1947)
    Two Guys from Milwaukee (26-Jul-1946) · Theatre Manager
    Lover Come Back (21-Jun-1946)
    The Horn Blows at Midnight (28-Apr-1945) · Sloan
    The Great Moment (6-Sep-1944) · Dr. Heywood
    Hail the Conquering Hero (9-Aug-1944) · Committee Chairman
    Crazy House (8-Oct-1943)
    Holy Matrimony (27-Aug-1943) · Duncan Farll
    Stage Door Canteen (24-Jun-1943) · Himself
    Two Weeks to Live (26-Feb-1943)
    Reveille with Beverly (4-Feb-1943)
    George Washington Slept Here (28-Nov-1942) · Mr. Gibney
    The Palm Beach Story (2-Nov-1942) · Manager
    Now, Voyager (22-Oct-1942) · Thompson
    Call Out the Marines (13-Feb-1942)
    Obliging Young Lady (30-Jan-1942) · Prof. Gibney
    Sullivan's Travels (Dec-1941) · Mr. Casalsis
    Weekend for Three (23-Oct-1941) · Number Seven
    Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (10-Oct-1941)
    The Flame of New Orleans (24-Apr-1941)
    A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob (4-Mar-1941)
    The Bank Dick (29-Nov-1940) · J. Pinkerton Snoopington
    Christmas in July (18-Oct-1940) · Radio Announcer
    Spring Parade (27-Sep-1940)
    Turnabout (17-May-1940)
    5th Ave Girl (25-Aug-1939) · Higgins
    Broadway Serenade (7-Apr-1939) · Gene
    Topper Takes a Trip (21-Jan-1939) · Hotel Manager
    The Girl Downstairs (23-Dec-1938) · Adolf Pumpfel
    Four's a Crowd (13-Nov-1938) · Preston
    Just Around the Corner (11-Nov-1938) · Waters
    Carefree (2-Sep-1938) · Roland Hunter
    Always Goodbye (24-Jun-1938)
    Three Blind Mice (18-Jun-1938) · Clerk
    Vivacious Lady (13-May-1938) · Apt. Manager
    Joy of Living (6-May-1938) · Orchestra Leader
    Dr. Rhythm (6-May-1938)
    Bluebeard's Eighth Wife (23-Mar-1938)
    Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (18-Mar-1938) · Hamilton Montmarcy
    Living on Love (12-Nov-1937) · Ogilvie O. Oglethorpe
    Stage Door (8-Oct-1937) · Harcourt
    All Over Town (8-Sep-1937)
    It Happened in Hollywood (7-Sep-1937) · Mr. Forsythe
    The Life of the Party (3-Sep-1937) · Beggs
    Easy Living (7-Jul-1937)
    Step Lively, Jeeves (1-Apr-1937)
    Swing High, Swing Low (15-Mar-1937)
    She's Dangerous! (24-Jan-1937)
    The Mandarin Mystery (23-Dec-1936)
    Hands Off (6-Dec-1936)
    Strictly Dynamite (11-May-1934) · Mr. Bailey
    Design for Living (29-Dec-1933) · Mr. Douglas
    Flying Down to Rio (22-Dec-1933)
    Headline Shooter (28-Jul-1933) · Mr. Crocker
    Bed of Roses (29-Jun-1933) · Floorwalker
    Professional Sweetheart (9-Jun-1933)
    International House (27-May-1933)
    The Half Naked Truth (16-Dec-1932) · Hotel Clerk
    Not So Dumb (2-Feb-1930) · Leach
    Lady of the Pavements (1929)
    Exit Smiling (6-Nov-1926) · Cecil Lovelace



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