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Who is Frank Converse?
Frank Converse is an American actor.
- born on (77 years ago) in St. Louis
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor
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by S. Torriano Berry, Venise T. Berry
Cast: Phill Lewis, Frank Converse, Carl Lumbly, Vonetta McGee, Moses Gunn, William Bender, Akosua Busia, O'Neal Compton, William Crumby, Michael Flippo , Gene Jones, Vonetta McGee. Writer/director: Roy Campanella. BROTHER JOHN. 1970. (PG-13) 94 min. Drama. Racial tensions and labor problems run high in a small Alabama town until a mysterious, mild-mannered former citizen returns home to calm fears and give advice. Cast: Sidney Poitier, Will Geer, Bradford Dillman, ...
by Jerry Roberts
Holroyd, was a filming of the Long Wharf Theatre Company production, and starred Joyce Ebert in the title role with Geraldine Fitzgerald, Frank Converse, Roberta Maxwell, and William Swetland. Chekhov's The Seagull was enacted by the Williamstown Theatre Festival cast led by Blythe Danner as Nina with Lee Grant, Frank Langella, Olympia Dukakis, David Clennon, Kevin McCarthy, Marian Mercer, George Ede, Louis Zorich, and ...
by Vincent Terrace
Cast: Frank Converse (Modge Modgelewsky); Mare Winningham ...
Encyclopedia of Television (2014)
by Horace Newcomb
The series was fairly well-received but could not be revived for regular production because Frank Converse, who played Michael Alden, was already signed for another series. In 1981 Titus Productions was acquired by the Taft Entertainment Company. Both Brodkin and Berger remained to produce dramatic specials for Taft. Notable among those specials was Skokie, starring Danny Kaye as a ...
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