|Born||Apr 23, 1893|
Salt Lake City, UT
|Died||Jun 19, 1962|
|Age||Died at 69|
|Final Resting PlaceForest Lawn (Glendale)|
|Top Roles||Bearded Philistine Extra, Director Frank Borzage, Extra, May's Father, Bit Part|
|Top Genres||Drama, Romance, War, Comedy, Musical, Silent Films|
|Top Topics||Book-Based, Romance (Drama), Based on Play|
|Top Collaborators||Charles Farrell, Henry Armetta, Paul Fix, Janet Gaynor|
|Shares birthday with||Shirley Temple, Simone Simon, Ronald Neame see more..|
Frank Borzage Overview:
Director, Frank Borzage, was born on Apr 23, 1893 in Salt Lake City, UT. Borzage died at the age of 69 on Jun 19, 1962 in Hollywood, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn (Glendale) Cemetery in Glendale, CA.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Frank Borzage was nominated for two Academy Awards, winning for Best Director for 7th Heaven and Bad Girl in 1927/28 and 1931/32 respectively.
|1927/28||Best Director||7th Heaven (1927)||N/A||Won|
|1931/32||Best Director||Bad Girl (1931)||N/A||Won|
He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.
Till We Meet Again (1944): Directed byBy 4 Star Film Fan on May 18, 2021 From 4 Star Films
This is my entry in the CMBA’s Hidden Classics Blogathon! The movie is built out of the opening juxtaposition. A youthful nun with an angelic countenance (Barbara Britton) lifts up supplications to her triune God asking for prayers on their behalf — herself and the host of children and o... Read full article
A Farewell to Arms (, 1932)By Judy on Mar 13, 2011 From Movie Classics
After seeing Borzage’s Depression drama?Man’s Castle, I??was keen to see more of his pre-Code work – and, having now seen ?A Farewell to Arms twice, must say I think it is a masterpiece. I’ll admit that I don’t remember Hemingway’s novel very well and am not sure ... Read full article
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