Frank Latimore Movies List

Frank Latimore
Frank Latimore
Darien, Connecticut, USA

Actor Frank Latimore Filmography

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    All the President's Men
    Director: Alan J. Pakula
    Music Director:
    Release date: 04-04-1976
    Cast a Giant Shadow
    Cast a Giant Shadow ( English )
    Director: Melville Shavelson
    Music Director: Elmer Bernstein
    Release date: 30-03-1966
    Then There Were Three
    Then There Were Three ( English )
    Artist: Barry Cahill , Frank Latimore , Alex Nicol , Fredrick R. Clark
    Director: Alex Nicol
    Release date: 15-11-1961
    Plein soleil
    Plein soleil ( English )
    Artist: Alain Delon , Maurice Ronet , Marie Laforêt , Erno Crisa , Frank Latimore
    Director: René Clément
    Music Director: Nino Rota
    Release date: 10-03-1960
    Cagliostro ( English )
    Artist: Orson Welles , Nancy Guild , Raymond Burr , Akim Tamiroff , Frank Latimore
    Release date: 19-08-1949
    13 Rue Madeleine
    13 Rue Madeleine ( English )
    Artist: James Cagney , Annabella , Richard Conte , Frank Latimore , Walter Abel
    Director: Henry Hathaway , Abe Steinberg
    Music Director: David Buttolph
    Release date: 15-01-1947
    Shock ( English )
    Artist: Vincent Price , Lynn Bari , Frank Latimore , Anabel Shaw , Stephen Dunne
    Director: Alfred L. Werker
    Music Director: David Buttolph
    Release date: 10-01-1946
    The Razor's Edge
    The Razor's Edge ( English )
    Director: Edmund Goulding
    Music Director: Alfred Newman
    Release Year: 1946
    In the Meantime, Darling
    Artist: Jeanne Crain , Frank Latimore , Eugene Pallette , Mary Nash
    Director: Otto Preminger
    Release date: 22-09-1944
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      Frank Latimore Biography

      ​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Franklin Latimore (September 28, 1925 - November 29, 1998) was an American actor best known for his character ‘Dr. Ed Coleridge’ on the television soap opera Ryan's Hope. Latimore's came from a well-to-do family, and was able to trace his lineage back to the Revolutionary War. He ran away from home at an early age, and shortly thereafter got the lead part in a Broadway play. His acting career had begun in the 1930s, when he and longtime pal Lloyd Bridges began doing summer stock theater at a playhouse in Weston, Vermont. Latimore then soon went out to Hollywood, where he signed a contract with 20th Century-Fox, and proceeded to appear in such hits as In the Meantime, Darling, The Dolly Sisters, Three Little Girls in Blue, and Shock. Latimore also played in two soap operas, Ryan's Hope and Guiding Light. As well, he did some work for PBS, most notably appearing in a film about the Civil War. He married Rukmini Sukarno, an opera singer who was a daughter of President Sukarno of Indonesia. Their son, Chris Kline, is a journalist. On November 29, 1998, he died in his sleep, at the age of 72. His remains were cremated and buried beneath a venerable old apple tree on ancestral property in Vermont. Description above from the Wikipedia article Frank Latimore, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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