Person - Lloyd, Frank (1886-1960)

Lloyd, Frank (1886-1960)




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Glasgow (Escocia, Reino Unido)  1886-02-02 - 1960-08-10


Frank Lloyd was a Scottish scriptwriter, film producer, director and actor that developed his career in Hollywood. Lloyd was one of the founders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Hollywood, and was its president between 1934 and 1935. He began his career as actor and arrived to Hollywood with the theatre company in which he used to work. He met there his wife and started directing and writing scripts. His success grew up with the adaptation of "Oliver Twist" in 1922. He filmed many movies and, in 1940, his fame started to fall until he retired in 1950. He recieved awards from the Academy and has a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Among his most outstanding movies are: "Black Oxen" (1923), "The Eagle of the Sea" (1926), "Weary River" (1929), "East Lynne" (1931), "Boom Town" (1940) and "Blood on the Sun" (1945).


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Glasgow (Escocia, Reino Unido) in 1886-02-02

Lugar de Defunci¿n:

California (Estados Unidos) in 1960-08-10




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Brower, Otto (1895-1946)  ( He/She/It collaborated with )

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Columbia Pictures Corporation (Estados Unidos)  ( He/She works for )

Hathaway, Henry (1898-1985)  ( He/She is the tutor/teacher/boss of )

Warner Bros Entertainment, Inc. (Estados Unidos)  ( He/She works for )

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Biblioteca Nacional de Espa¿a


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