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Frank London

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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
On the Ropes (1999)
A year in the life of three boxers from Mike Tyson's old neighborhood gym -- the Bed-Stuy Boxing Center in Brooklyn. The lives of the various boxing hopefuls are woven together by the common threads of the neighborhood, the gym, and trainer Harry Keitt. Each boxer transcends the typical coach-athlet
2.
Men With Guns (1997)
Humberto Fuentes is a wealthy Mexican doctor whose wife has recently died. Close to retirement, he decides to take a trip to see one of his proteges who is serving in the impoverished mountain villages. Once there, Fuentes finds out from a blind woman that his former student was killed by "the men w
3.
Twin Detectives (1976) as Hutchins
Identical twin detectives use their look-alike images to appear to be in two places at the same time in an attempt to expose a psychic con group, but become involved in a deadly game when a beautiful medium turns up murdered. This unsuccessful pilot for a series marked the TV movie debut for veteran
4.
Quick, Before It Melts (1965) as Shaggy type
The team at an Antarctic station try to fly in a planeload of girls.
5.
Torpedo Run (1958) as Al Garrity
A submarine commander is forced to blow up a Japanese prison ship carrying his family.

Music (feature film)

6.
Cantor's Tale, A (2006)
The tradition of Eastern European Jewish cantorial music is alive and well in modern America in no small part thanks to the efforts of Brooklyn-born Cantor Jacob Mendelson. "Jackie," as he is affectionately called by everyone, explores the American roots of "hazzanut"( Jewish liturgical music) while
7.
Divan (2004) as Composer
To reclaim an ancestral couch upon which esteemed rabbis slept, Pearl Gluck travels from her Hasidic community in Brooklyn to her roots in Hungary. Along the way, a colorful cast of characters gets involved--the couch exporter, her ex-communist cousin in Budapest, a pair of matchmakers, and a renega
8.
Trembling Before G-d (2001) as Music Consultant
A study of the struggles faced by gays and lesbians in the Hasidic and Orthodox Jewish communities.
9.
On the Run (1999) as Music Composer
An introverted salesman spends a night in New York City with a crazy, impulsive buddy who has just escaped from prison. Over the course of several hours, they meet a collection of eccentric New Yorkers and find themselves in numerous bizarre situations that will change both their lives forever.
10.
Men With Guns (1997) as Music Arranger
Humberto Fuentes is a wealthy Mexican doctor whose wife has recently died. Close to retirement, he decides to take a trip to see one of his proteges who is serving in the impoverished mountain villages. Once there, Fuentes finds out from a blind woman that his former student was killed by "the men w
11.
Prefontaine (1997) as Songs ("Dinero" "Police")
Biographical film on the tragically short life of American track and field star Steve Prefontaine, who died in a car wreck at the age of 24 just before the 1976 Olympics.
12.
Murder and Murder (1997) as Music
A non-narrative meditation on lesbian sexuality, ageism, breast cancer and menopause.
13.
Brother's Kiss, A (1996) as Original Music
Lex lifts $10 from his mom and takes his younger brother Mick out for pizza. Walking home, Lex is shaken down by a plain-clothes cop who begins to sodomize the younger boy. Lex stabes the cop and is sent away to reformatory. As adults, Mick has joined the police force and Lex has gotten a local gir
14.
Everything Relative (1996) as Music
A group of lesbian and straight women, who went to school together and were in a political theatre group in the late 1970s, reunite for a weekend when the long-standing couple among them has a baby. These old friends gradually confront who they were then, who they are now, and the past and current u
15.
Fast Trip, Long Drop (1994) as Music
Activist and HIV-positive filmmaker Gregg Bordowitz addresses his gay and Jewish identities and explores the political dimensions of the AIDS crisis.
16.
Shvitz, The (1993) as Music
A history of the steam baths introduced to New York City by Eastern European Jews.
17.
Brother From Another Planet, The (1984) as Song ("El Calle" "Dinero")
An alien in the guise of a mute African-American man lands in Harlem and tries to fit into the neighborhood, but also discovers how difficult people of his color have it on this planet.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

18.
Where Love Has Gone (1964) as Dial dir
Family secrets come to light when a teen-ager murders her mother's lover.
19.
The Carpetbaggers (1964) as Dial coach
A young tycoon takes Hollywood by storm to quench his thirst for power.

Cast (special)

20.
Sacred Noise: The New Jewish Music, A (2000)
Documentary about Jewish music, rediscovered and reinvented by a new generation. Today's Jewish musicians, appearing in venues as divergent as small Manhattan clubs to capacity-filled college arenas, are embracing their heritage and reinterpreting it, forging new connections to the ancestral melodie

Music (special)

21.
From Swastika to Jim Crow (2001) as Music
Documentary that tells the story of the many German-Jewish professors who, expelled from their homeland by the Nazis, found new lives and careers at all-black colleges and universities in the American South. Only months after Hitler seized power in 1933. Jewish intellectuals who had held prestigious
22.
To God's Ear (2000) as Music Arranger
Documentary that explores Judaism's various methods for utilizing music in a collective and individual approach to God.
23.
To God's Ear (2000) as Music ("Av Horachamin")
Documentary that explores Judaism's various methods for utilizing music in a collective and individual approach to God.
24.
Bubbeh Lee and Me (1996) as Music Performer
A grandson learns lessons about his life from his outspoken 87-year old grandmother when he visits her in Florida for Rosh Hashanah and chronicles the trip on video. Their relationship is depicted in a moving and humourous way as she reveals her pride in her Jewish heritage, her vitality and her fee

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