A. Scott Frank (born March 10, 1960) is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, and author. Frank has received two Academy Award nominations for Best Adapted Screenplay for Out of Sight (1998) and Logan (2017). His film work, credited and uncredited, extends to dozens of films.
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Godless is an American Western drama streaming television miniseries created, written and directed by Scott Frank. In the series, set in 1884, a young outlaw on the run from his vengeful mentor winds up in a small New Mexico town populated almost entirely by women. The seven-episode series began production in Santa Fe, New Mexico in September ...
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Frank S. Scott was a United States Army corporal who died during his second enlistment, aged 28, in an aircraft crash. As the first enlisted American to die in an aircraft incident, Scott was memorialized multiple times.
Frank S. Scott was born in Braddock, Pennsylvania on 2 December 1883. He and his sister Clara were orphaned in 1889 when their parents died in the Johnstown Flood; they were thereafter raised by an aunt.
Scott enlisted in the United States Army at Fort Slocum on 2 March 1908, and served with the Field Artillery Branch. In 1911, Private Scott was discharged at Fort Myer from "Battery D, 3rd Regiment, Field Artillery." The very same month, he re-enlisted with "Company G, Signal Corps." That July, then-Corporal Scott began suffering from a lengthy unknown illness. Upon recovery, he was deemed unfit for his current duties and transferred to the Signal Corps' Aeronautical Division at College Park Fly
By 27 September, Second Lieutenant Lewis Rockwell had promised Scott an aircraft-ride on 28 September while testing for his aviator ratings. An officer had asked to be Rockwell's passenger, but since Scott weighed less, he received the coveted seat; excited about the upcoming flight, Scott joked with a visiting Captain Bernard Rome that he was just 2LT Rockwell's "ballast". The crashed aircraft The next day, Rockwell test-flew the plane alone to ensure proper functioning; after reaching 40 miles