Who is fredric m. frank?

Fredric M. Frank

Writer Fredric M. Frank (1911 - 1977) was a favourite scribe of Cecil B. deMille and worked with him on several of his epic productions throughout the 40s and 50s including "Unconquered", "Samson and Delilah" "The Greatest Show on Earth" for which he won an Oscar, and "The Ten Commandments." His last film was El Cid in 1961.

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Famous quotes by fredric m. frank:

    Angel: Even elephants are afraid of me.
    Brad: They’re smart animals. Women are poison.
    Angel: But it’s a wonderful death.
    Fredric M. Frank (1911–1977)

    Holly: Oh, Brad, I’d do my act in clown alley or the horse stop for you. I’d do anything if it was just for you.
    Brad: Pigeon, look. Out under the sky you know how I feel about you. But under the Big Top one performer’s just like another to me.
    Fredric M. Frank (1911–1977)

    When Brad doesn’t come nights, you’ll know the blonde he’s sitting up with is a giraffe.
    Fredric M. Frank (1911–1977)

    I’m all ache inside, having a man love sawdust more than me.
    Fredric M. Frank (1911–1977)

    Buttons: Clowns are funny people, Holly. They only love once.
    Holly: All men aren’t like that, even if they act like clowns.
    Fredric M. Frank (1911–1977)