Dr. Eugene Frenke


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Last Sunset, The (1961) - You Die A Lot Closer To Home Texas lawman Stribling (Rock Hudson) at last catches up with fugitive Mallory (Kirk Douglas), who's hired on at a Mexican ranch run by boozy Breckenridge (Joseph Cotten) and wife Belle (Dorothy Malone), complications arising, in Robert Aldrich's The Last Sunset, 1961, screenplay by Dalton Trumbo.
Last Sunset, The (1961) - Cowboys Aren't Very Bright We know little about the Kirk Douglas character here, except that Rock Hudson's after him, as he introduces himself to Dorothy Malone (Mrs. Breckenridge), daughter Melissa (Carol Lynley) and hired man Wing (Regis Toomey), at a ranch in Mexico, in Robert Aldrich's The Last Sunset, 1961.
Nun And The Sergeant, The (1962) - I Never Die Nun And The Sergeant, The (1962) -- (Movie Clip) I Never Die
Nun And The Sergeant, The (1962) - I Don't Like Psychos Prefiguring The Dirty Dozen, McGrath (Robert Webber) doesn't tell the (un-credited) brig officer he's collecting inmates (first Kenny Miller, notably Leo Gordon, Valentin de Vargas) for a suicide mission in Korea, in The Nun And The Sergeant, 1962, original screenplay by Don Cerveris.
Nun And The Sergeant, The (1962) - I'll Stuff A Sock In Your Mouth Anna Sten (sharing top billing with Robert Webber as Sergeant McGrath) makes her first appearance in her last movie, as her busload of Korean schoolgirls gets bombed, then found by an American platoon, guide Pak (Dale Ishimoto) warning her about his boss, in The Nun And The Sergeant, 1962.

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