Frank McLure was born on July 14, 1893 in Mobile, Alabama. He was an actor, known for Citizen Kane (1941), Notorious (1946) and His Girl Friday (1940). He died on January 23, 1960 in Los Angeles, California.

Frank McLure was born on July 14, 1893 in Mobile, Alabama. He was an actor, known for Citizen Kane (1941), Notorious (1946) and His Girl Friday (1940). He died on January 23, 1960 in Los Angeles, California.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 69

Birthday 1893-07-14

Day of Death 1960-10-23

Place of Birth Mobile, Alabama

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1959 Some Like It Hot as Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
1958 Auntie Mame as Actor on Stage
1957 Witness for the Prosecution as Court Officer (uncredited)
1956 Around the World in Eighty Days as Extra (uncredited)
1956 The Boss as Saloon Patron (uncredited)
1956 Somebody Up There Likes Me as Fight Spectator (uncredited)
1956 The Harder They Fall as Reporter at Hospital
1953 Calamity Jane as Officer at Fort Dance
1953 The Band Wagon as Investor (uncredited)
1953 So This Is Love as Cashier at Reuben's (uncredited)
1953 Titanic as Lifeboat Survivor
1953 Trouble Along the Way as Priest
1951 Royal Wedding as Information Clerk at Dock
1950 Hot Rod as Town Councilman (uncredited)
1949 All the King's Men as Doctor
1948 Homecoming as Elevator Passenger (uncredited)
1948 April Showers as Bartender (uncredited)
1947 The Secret Life of Walter Mitty as Director (uncredited)
1946 Till the Clouds Roll By as Stage Door Johnny (uncredited)
1946 Sister Kenny as Doctor at Medical Symposium
1946 The Killers as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
1946 Notorious as Man Walking Through Door Leaving Courtroom (uncredited)
1946 The Hoodlum Saint as Reporter (uncredited)
1944 The Woman in the Window as Elevator Operator (uncredited)
1944 Mr. Skeffington as Stock Broker (uncredited)
1943 Old Acquaintance as Man at Radio Broadcast
1943 Government Girl as Senator (uncredited)
1943 The Sky's the Limit as Officer at Dinner (uncredited)
1943 Mission to Moscow as League of Nations Official / Ball Guest
1943 For God and Country as Officer
1943 Above Suspicion as Spectator at Museum (uncredited)
1942 Just Off Broadway as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
1942 The Talk of the Town as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
1942 Powder Town as Sarcastic Test Observer (uncredited)
1942 Fingers at the Window as Psychiatrist at Lecture
1941 I Wake Up Screaming as Nightclub patron (uncredited)
1941 Blossoms in the Dust as Senate Gallery Spectator
1941 Citizen Kane as (uncredited)
1941 Blonde Inspiration as Spectator at Speech (uncredited)
1940 The Invisible Woman as Guest at Parade of Models
1940 Bitter Sweet as Cafe Patron (uncredited)
1940 Third Finger, Left Hand as Man at Lunch Counter
1940 Hired Wife as Nightclub Patron
1940 Boom Town as Man in Hotel Lobby (uncredited)
1940 Johnny Apollo as Horse Parlor Patron
1940 Too Many Husbands as Nightclub Patron
1940 Broadway Melody of 1940 as Wedding Guest
1940 His Girl Friday as Newsman (uncredited)
1939 Joe and Ethel Turp Call on the President as Baseball Fan
1939 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington as Senator (uncredited)
1939 Miracles For Sale as Magic Show Audience Volunteer
1939 An Hour for Lunch as Elevator Passenger (uncredited)
1938 You Can't Take It with You as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
1938 Hold That Kiss as Man in Travel Agency Office
1937 Hollywood Hotel as Man at Premiere (uncredited)
1937 Portia on Trial as Attorney at Trial
1937 The Awful Truth as Minor Role (uncredited)
1937 Man Of The People as Party Guest
1936 The Accusing Finger as Restaurant Patron
1936 Women Are Trouble as Newspaper Ball Guest
1936 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
1934 Affairs of a Gentleman as Board Member
1934 Gambling Lady as Gambler (uncredited)
1932 Scarface as Nightclub Patron
1932 Arsene Lupin as Jeweller
1931 The Finger Points as Casino Patron (uncredited)
1930 Playboy of Paris as Nightclub Patron
1929 Navy Blues as Cabaret Dancer
1929 Street Girl as Club Joyzelle Patron (uncredited)

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