Frank Redman


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

The Yellow Cameo (1928)
Hurricane Hutch (1921)
The Sky Ranger (1921)
Rogues and Romance (1920)
Bartholomew Washington Stump
Pirate Gold (1920)
Bound and Gagged (1919)

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Pace That Thrills (1952)
Director of Photography
Footlight Varieties (1951)
Director of Photography
Double Deal (1950)
Director of Photography
Ladies of the Chorus (1949)
Director of Photography
Make Mine Laughs (1949)
Director of Photographer, Frankie Carle number
If You Knew Susie (1948)
Director of Photography
Shed No Tears (1948)
Photography
Dick Tracy's Dilemma (1947)
Director of Photography
Wild Horse Mesa (1947)
Director of Photography
Beat the Band (1947)
Director of Photography
Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (1947)
Director of Photography
The Falcon's Alibi (1946)
Director of Photography
The Falcon's Adventure (1946)
Director of Photography
Sunset Pass (1946)
Director of Photography
Criminal Court (1946)
Director of Photography
San Quentin (1946)
Director of Photography
The Truth About Murder (1946)
Director of Photography
Ding Dong Williams (1946)
Director of Photography
The Bamboo Blonde (1946)
Director of Photography
Step by Step (1946)
Director of Photography
Having Wonderful Crime (1945)
Director of Photography
Pan-Americana (1945)
Director of Photography
Man Alive (1945)
Director of Photography
Dick Tracy (1945)
Director of Photography
Patrick the Great (1945)
Director of Photography
Sing Your Way Home (1945)
Director of Photography
Government Girl (1944)
Director of Photography
The Falcon in Mexico (1944)
Director of Photography
A Night of Adventure (1944)
Director of Photography
The Falcon in Danger (1943)
Director of Photography
A Lady Takes a Chance (1943)
Director of Photography
This Land Is Mine (1943)
Director of Photography
Petticoat Larceny (1943)
Director of Photography
Flight for Freedom (1943)
Director of Photography
Here We Go Again (1942)
Director of Photography
The Great Gildersleeve (1942)
Director of Photography
Powder Town (1942)
Director of Photography
Sing Your Worries Away (1942)
Director of Photography
Look Who's Laughing (1941)
Director of Photography
Along the Rio Grande (1941)
Director of Photography
Playmates (1941)
Director of Photography
They Meet Again (1941)
Director of Photography
The Saint Takes Over (1940)
Director of Photography
Marines Fly High (1940)
Director of Photography
You'll Find Out (1940)
Director of Photography
Too Many Girls (1940)
Director of Photography
Anne of Windy Poplars (1940)
Director of Photography
Man of Conquest (1939)
Fill-in Photographer
Career (1939)
Photography
Beauty for the Asking (1939)
Photography
Conspiracy (1939)
Director of Photography
Bad Lands (1939)
Photography
The Saint Strikes Back (1939)
Photography
Two Thoroughbreds (1939)
Photography
Crashing Hollywood (1938)
Photography
Fugitives for a Night (1938)
Photography
Double Danger (1938)
Photography
Maid's Night Out (1938)
Photography
The Saint in New York (1938)
Photography
Little Orphan Annie (1938)
Photography
I'm from the City (1938)
Photography
Village Tale (1935)
Camera Operator
We're Rich Again (1934)
Camera Operator
Murder on the Blackboard (1934)
Camera Operator
Bed of Roses (1933)
2nd Camera
The Silver Cord (1933)
Camera Operator
Ace of Aces (1933)
Camera Operator
The Past of Mary Holmes (1933)
Camera Operator
Flaming Gold (1933)
Camera Operator
What Price Hollywood? (1932)
Camera Operator
Rockabye (1932)
Camera Operator
Little Orphan Annie (1932)
Camera Operator
Cimarron (1931)
Camera crew--Land rush scenes
Consolation Marriage (1931)
2nd Camera
Hawk of the Hills (1929)
Director of Photography
Eyes of the Underworld (1929)
Director of Photography
Come Across (1929)
Director of Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Great Gildersleeve, The (1942) - Biggest Man In Summerfield The orphan kids (Nancy Gates and Freddie Mercer as niece and nephew Margie and Leroy) don’t want to be separated by Judge Hooker (Charles Arnt) from their uncle, the title character (Harold Peary) so they decide to mount an aimless campaign, using his own hobby printing press, on his behalf, in the first movie in the RKO series based on the NBC radio sit-com, The Great Gildersleeve, 1942.
You'll Find Out (1940) - College Of Musical Knowledge Introductory schtick after a couple of staged scenes with radio listeners, RKO contract players Jeff Corey and Eleanor Lawson are the contestants as bandleader Kay Kyser does his bit based on the NBC radio hit, in the comedy-musical-horror-hybrid vehicle You'll Find Out, 1940, with Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi and Peter Lorre.
You'll Find Out (1940) - The Spirits Are Strongly Displeased Horror cameos and lingerie, Bela Lugosi with no prologue appears in the guest room of band leader and star Kay Kyser, then Peter Lorre lurks as New York society hostess Janis (Helen Parrish) and singer Ginny Simms take turns being disrobed, in the musical-horror-comedy You’ll Find Out, 1940.
You'll Find Out (1940) - You Made The Society Page The bus carries Kay Kyser and the band to the high society home of Janis (Helen Parrish), girlfriend of manager Chuck (Dennis O’Keefe) and Aunt Margo (Alma Kruger), singers Sully Mason, Ginny Simms and Harry Babbitt and kook Ish Kabibble (M.A. Bogue) commenting, in the RKO comic-variety-horror spoof You’ll Find Out, 1940.
You'll Find Out (1940) - Mysterious Struggle Between Light And Shadow On a stormy evening after Kay Kyser’s gig at the pre-wedding party, singer Ginny Simms, manager/groom Chuck (Dennis O’Keefe) and his girlfriend, the hostess Janis (Helen Parrish) get a surprise from heretofore benevolent family friend judge Mainwaring (Boris Karloff) and unexpected professor Fenninger (Peter Lorre), in the horror-comedy You’ll Find Out, 1940.
Having Wonderful Crime (1945) - The Bastille Is No Fun Tight opening introduces headliners, Carole Landis as affluent amateur detective Helene, Pat O’Brien as bothered lawyer Malone, and George Murphy as her new husband Jake, Emory Parnell the cop, in RKO’s Having Wonderful Crime, 1945, based on a novel by the pseudonymous “Craig Rice.”
Having Wonderful Crime (1945) - Barflies In The Ointment Playboy lawyer Malone (Pat O’Brien) aims to romance the star of the water ballet (Anje Berens) at the resort where he’s followed his newlywed amateur sleuth pals Helene (Carole Landis) and Jake (George Murphy), on what suddenly becomes a real murder case, in Having Wonderful Crime, 1945.
Having Wonderful Crime (1945) - I Might Win A Prize! Elaborate plotting to get pinup Carole Landis (as newlywed amateur sleuth Helene Justus) disrobed, George Murphy her husband, Pat O’Brien their fast-talking lawyer pal, Blanche Ring the rich lady paying him, and Anje Berens the water-ballerina getting excuses, in RKO’s Having Wonderful Crime, 1945.
This Land Is Mine (1943) - Generations Of Slavery After a prologue, first scene for anxious teacher Lory (Charles Laughton) and his mother (Una O'Connor), at home in the un-named Nazi-occupied country which is clearly France, in Jean Renoir's political drama This Land Is MIne, 1943.
This Land Is Mine (1943) - The Sound Of The Mob Nazi occupiers, supervised by Major Von Keller (Walter Slezak), raiding the underground printing press, the mayor (Thurston Hall) in support, when heretofore easy-going local Paul (Kent Smith) throws a grenade, in Jean Renoir's This Land Is Mine, 1943.
This Land Is Mine (1944) - Let's All Sing Cowardly teacher Loring (Charles Laughton) has just rushed his mother (Una O'Connor) to the school basement during the American air-raid on their Nazi-occupied French town, his colleague Louise (Maureen O'Hara) bearing up, in Jean Renoir's This Land Is Mine, 1943.
Dick Tracy (1945) - Must Be The Fuse First appearance for both Jane Greer (as "Judith") and Mike Mazurki (as "Splitface"), as Dick (Morgan Conway) and girlfriend Tess (Anne Jeffreys) visit first Jane's dad's restaurant, then his house where the villain lurks, in RKO's Dick Tracy, 1945.

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