Frank Mcglynn Sr. - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Family Biography

Frank Mcglynn Sr.’s height is 6ft 0.5in (1.84 m)

Frank McGlynn, Sr. was an American stage and film actor who found success later in life playing Abraham Lincoln.

Best Known For Movie: Captain Blood
Born: October 26, 1866, San Francisco, California, United States
Filmography: Hollywood Barn Dance (1947), Trail Street (1947), Slightly Scandalous (1946), I Was a Criminal (1945), Rogues Gallery (1944), Delinquent Daughters (1944), In Old California (1942), Syncopation (1942), Marry the Bo$$’$ Daughter (1941), Three Girls About Town (1941), Sergeant York (1941), A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob (1941), Third Finger, Left Hand (1940), Boom Town (1940), The Mad Empress (1939), The Honeymoon’s Over (1939), Second Fiddle (1939), Love Affair (1939), Lincoln in the White House (1939), Strange Glory (1938), Joaquin Murrieta (1938), The Girl of the Golden West (1938), The Lone Ranger (1938), The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1938), The Bad Man of Brimstone (1937), Wells Fargo (1937), Sudden Bill Dorn (1937), Western Gold (1937), Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937), Saratoga (1937), Sing and Be Happy (1937), Parnell (1937), That I May Live (1937), Silent Barriers (1937), Career Woman (1936), The Plainsman (1936), North of Nome (1936), King of the Royal Mounted (1936), The Last of the Mohicans (1936), Parole! (1936), Hearts in Bondage (1936), For the Service (1936), These Three (1936), The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (1936), The Prisoner of Shark Island (1936), It’s Up to You (1936), Captain Blood (1935), The Littlest Rebel (1935), Outlawed Guns (1935), The Roaring West (1935), Goin’ to Town (1935), It’s a Small World (1935), Folies Bergère de Paris (1935), The Mighty Barnum (1934), Lost in the Stratosphere (1934), Belle of the Nineties (1934), Wild Gold (1934), Are We Civilized? (1934), Little Miss Marker (1934), Search for Beauty (1934), Massacre (1934), Charlie Chan’s Greatest Case (1933), Unknown Valley (1933), Hello, Everybody! (1933), Employees’ Entrance (1933), Frisco Jenny (1932), Lady and Gent (1932), The Wet Parade (1932), Polly of the Circus (1932), Huckleberry Finn (1931), The Secret Six (1931), The Great Meadow (1931), Min and Bill (1930), The Jazz Cinderella (1930), Good News (1930), Abraham Lincoln (1924), The Caillaux Case (1918), Why America Will Win (1918), The Accidental Honeymoon (1918), Rough and Ready (1918), The Mad Lover (1917), The Poor Little Rich Girl (1917), The Argyle Case (1917), Gloria’s Romance (1916), The Girl of the Gypsy Camp (1915), Vanity Fair (1915), Across the Great Divide (1915), The Way Back (1915), Through Turbulent Waters (1915), The Test (1915), His Peasant Princess (1915), With Bridges Burned (1915), A Woman’s Revenge (1915), A Deadly Hate (1915), For the Man She Loved (1915), In the Shadow of Death (1915), The Life of Abraham Lincoln (1915), From a Life of Crime (1915), The Voice of Conscience (1915), The Magnate of Paradise (1915), The Premature Compromise (1914), The Birth of Our Saviour (1914), The Last of the Hargroves (1914), The Everlasting Triangle (1914), The Pines of Lorey (1914), The Man in the Dark (1914), The Case of the Vanished Bonds (1914), Jim’s Vindication (1914), Sheep’s Clothing (1914), Detective Swift (1914), Alexia’s Strategy (1913), What Shall It Profit a Man? (1913), The Price of Human Lives (1913), Nora’s Boarders (1913), The Phantom Signal (1913), Elise, the Forester’s Daughter (1913), A Face from the Past (1913), A Woodland Paradise (1913), A Daughter of the Wilderness (1913), The Girl and the Outlaw (1913), The Contents of the Suitcase (1913), A Light on Troubled Waters (1913), Joyce of the North Woods (1913), The Treasure of Captain Kidd (1913), By Fire and Water (1913), The Bells (1913/II), Who Will Marry Mary? (1913), The Dream Fairy (1913), Foul Play (1911), The Spirit of the Gorge (1911), The Battle of Bunker Hill (1911), The Wager and the Wage Earners (1911), The Niece and the Chorus Lady (1911), The Twin Towers (1911), A Buried Past (1911), The Strike at the Mines (1911), Nell’s Last Deal (1911), The Coward’s Code (1916), Faith and Fortune (1915), Her Inspiration (1915), The Truth About Helen (1915), Waifs of the Sea (1915), The Broken Word (1915), Detective Swift (1914), The Giants-White Sox Tour (1914), In the Government Service (1912), Ononko’s Vow (1910), The Big Scoop (1910), ‘Mid the Cannon’s Roar (1910), Sandy the Substitute (1910), Pardners (1910), Detective Swift (1914), The Girl and the Outlaw (1913), My Country ‘Tis of Thee (1950), March On, America! (1942), Hi-Yo Silver (1940), Land of Liberty (1939).
Other Names: Franklyn McGlynn, Frank McGlynn
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Occupation: Film Actor
Died: May 18, 1951, Newburgh, New York, United States
Spouse: Rose Sheridan McGlynn
Children: Frank McGlynn Jr., Virginia Rose McGlynn, Mary Rose McGlynn, Helen McGlynn, Thomas McGlynn
Parents: Mary McGlynn, Frank McGlynn
Height: 6ft 0.5in (1.84 m)

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