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In 1951 he organized his own production company once more, calling it Baroda, and buying the film rights to Alfred Hayes' best-selling novel "The Girl on the Via Flaminia". He paid $40,000 for the rights and $10,000 to Hayes for a screenplay. He ...
[on his fellow actors] I've been with some good ones, but maybe the best was Franchot Tone. I made two pictures with him and he stole both of them. Something went wrong with how he was handled; or who knows, maybe it was Joan Crawford. But he had ...
Roles in westerns
Frank James Cooper
Helena, Montana, USA
Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA