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Frank Fenton

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Frank Fenton worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. A screenwriter for film, Fenton's best work was often considered to include "Behind Jury Doors" (1933), "Angel's Holiday" (1937) with Jane Withers and the comedy "Wild and Woolly" (1937) with Jane Withers. He also appeared in "Step Lively, Jeeves!" (1937), the adventure "International Settlement" (1938) with Dolores Del Rio and "Down on the Farm" (1938). He continued to act in productions like "Buffalo Bill" (1944) with Joel McCrea, "Rosie, the Riveter" (1944) and "Hold That Blonde" (1945) with Eddie Bracken. Nearing the end of his career, Fenton wrote the Spencer Tracy action flick "Malaya" (1950), the crime picture "Walk Softly, Stranger" (1950) with Joseph Cotten and the Robert Mitchum drama "His Kind of Woman" (1951). He also appeared in the Joseph Cotten mystery "The Man With a Cloak" (1951). Fenton was most recently credited in "Something For a Lonely Man" (NBC, 1968-69). In addition to his writing, Fenton also appeared in "A Modern Marriage" (1950). Fenton passed away in July 1957 at the age of 51.

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