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  1. John Frankenheimer - IMDb

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    Born in New York and raised in Queens, John Frankenheimer wanted to become a professional tennis player. He loved movies and his favorite actor was Robert Mitchum. He decided he wanted to be an actor but then he applied for and was accepted in the Motion Picture Squadron of the Air Force where he realized his natural talent to handle a camera....

  2. John Frankenheimer - Wikipedia

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    John Michael Frankenheimer (February 19, 1930 – July 6, 2002) was an American film and television director known for social dramas and action/suspense films.

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    • John Michael Frankenheimer, February 19, 1930, Queens, New York City, U.S.
  3. John Frankenheimer - Biography - IMDb

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    Born in New York and raised in Queens, John Frankenheimer wanted to become a professional tennis player. He loved movies and his favorite actor was Robert Mitchum. He decided he wanted to be an actor but then he applied for and was accepted in the Motion Picture Squadron of the Air Force where he realized his natural talent to handle a camera.

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  4. John Frankenheimer - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Birthplace: New York, New York, USA Having emerged from the era of 1950s live television, director John Frankenheimer quickly became a Hollywood wunderkind after directing several highly-regarded...

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  5. John Frankenheimer | Biography, Movies, Assessment, & Facts ...

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    Jul 02, 2021 · John Frankenheimer, in full John Michael Frankenheimer, (born February 19, 1930, Queens, New York, U.S.—died July 6, 2002, Los Angeles, California), American television and film director who was considered one of the most important and creatively gifted directors of the 1950s and ’60.

  6. John T. Frankenheimer | Loeb & Loeb LLP

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    J ohn T. Frankenheimer's practice is centered in the entertainment and media industries, with emphasis on both institutional and talent clients.

  7. John Frankenheimer Is Dead at 72; Resilient Director of ...

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    Jul 07, 2002 · John Frankenheimer, one of the foremost directors of the 1960's with classic films like ''The Manchurian Candidate,'' ''Seven Days in May,'' ''Birdman of Alcatraz'' and ''The Train,'' died of a...

  8. John Frankenheimer, 72; Director Was Master of the Political ...

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    Jul 07, 2002 · John Frankenheimer, the director best known for the classic political thriller “The Manchurian Candidate” but who was equally successful in television’s Golden Age and, more recently, making films...

  9. John Frankenheimer: A master craftsman | Interviews | Roger Ebert

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    Jul 08, 2002 · To understand the special gift of John Frankenheimer, it is better to start with his stories instead of his movies. Yes, he made some of the most distinctive films of his time (and began and ended as one of the most gifted directors of drama on television) but the films were mostly serious, and Frankenheimer was a very funny man.

  10. Jul 06, 2012 · Frankenheimer’s 1962 film follows Frank Sinatra as Major Bennett Marco, a man plagued by constant nightmares involving men of his platoon being killed by their Staff Sergeant Raymond Shaw (Laurence...

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