FRANK'S FILMOGRAPHY (A-B)

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ABC Public Service Announcements (88/89/90?)
(A puppet of O.G. was also used in Weekend Specials)
Captain O.G. Readmore

"ABC Saturday Preview Special" (1983)
Live Action / Animated TV Special
Announcer

"The ABC Saturday Superstar Movies" (1972)
Animated Series
Began 9/?/72. Ended 9/?/74.
Featured Spin-Off Cartoons:
"Nanny & The Professor And The Phantom Of The Circus"; "Lost In Space"; "Tabitha & Adam Meet The Clown Family" (Frank was Mike); "Gidget Makes A Wrong Connection"; "The Mini-Munsters"; "That Girl In Wonderland"

"The Addams Family" (1991)
Live Action Film
Bearskin rug; gate; critters Morticia takes to lunch (voices)
When long-lost Uncle Fester re-appears after 25 years in the Bermuda Triangle, Gomez and Morticia plan a celebration of the dead. But "Thing" points out that Uncle Fester is behaving rather normal. Could Fester be a fake? Academy Award Nominations: Best Costume Design.

"The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda" (1988)
Animated Series
Don Coyote; Sancho Panda's donkey

Adventures "Adventures From the Book of Virtues" (1996, 1997)
Animated Series
Socrates; Blacksmith, dissatisified customer (Integrity); more
Description:
Zach and Annie learn lessons about character and virtue from great heroes of history and myth, guided, of course, by their animal friends: Aurora the hawk, Socrates the bobcat, Aristotle the prairie dog, and Plato the buffalo.
Based on the popular anthology "The Book of Virtues" by William Bennett.

"The Adventures of the Gummi Bears" (1985)
a.k.a. "Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears"
Animated Series
-additional voices-
Ditto the Boggle; Chillbeard Jr.; Mother and baby griffins

"The Adventures of Hyperman" (1995)
Animated Series
Entrobe; The Governing Body: Ear, Nose, and Mouth

"After Hours" (1989?)
Live Action Series
Frank is briefly seen in a "Smurfs" recording session.
With Jonathan Winters.

"Aladdin" (1993)
a.k.a. "Disney's Aladdin"
Animated Series
Abu; Faisal (guard); Xerxes (eel-like creature)


Aladdin "Aladdin" (1992)instock
Animated Film
Abu; The Cave of Wonders
Disney brings a whole new world vividly to life once again in this musical story from the Arabian Nights. Aladdin, an eager genie (with the voice of Robin Williams) and a sultan's daughter take a magic carpet ride through a fireworks display of incredible animation. Direct-to-video sequel: "The Return of Jafar." Academy Award Nominations: 5, including Best Song ("Friend Like Me").
Academy Awards: Best Original Score, Best Song ("Whole New World").


"Aladdin: Adventure in the Cave of Wonders" (1992)
Read-along Storybook
Abu; The Cave of Wonders

"Aladdin: Iago Returns" (1992)
Read-along Storybook
Abu; wagon driver

"Aladdin and the King of Thieves" (1996)instock
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Abu
Description:
This direct-to-video third "wish" in Disney's "Aladdin" trilogy marks the return of Robin Williams as the voice of the Genie. Aladdin's battle with the King of Thieves and his at-long-last marriage to Princess Jasmine also features the vocal talents of Gilbert Gottfried, Jerry Orbach, Scott Weinger, Linda Larkin and John Rhys-Davies.
"You were nearly Dumbo toe jam!" -- Genie to Abu, after the chimp is nearly crushed by stampeding elephants.


The "Aladdin: The Return of Jafar" (1994)instock
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Abu
Description:
Disney's first original made-for-video movie, "The Return of Jafar" picks up where "Aladdin" ended, with the evil sorcerer Jafar trapped inside a magic lamp. But when a clumsy thief releases Jafar from the lamp, Jafar plots his revenge against Aladdin. Now it's up to Aladdin and his friends to foil Jafar once and for all and save the sultan's kingdom. Sequel: "Aladdin and the King of Thieves."


"The All-New Popeye Hour" (19??)
Animated Series
Dinky Dog

Pound


"All-New Pound Puppies" (1987)
Animated Series
Cat Gut



"Alvin and The Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein" (1999)
Animated Video
Frankenstein's Monster; Sammy Squirrel

"Alvin & The Chipmunks" (1983)
Animated Series
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"Andre" (1994)
Live Action Film
Andre the seal (voice)
Description:
A young girl and an attention-loving harbor seal who's hated by the local fishermen become best friends in this heartwarming family drama. Based on a true story.

"Animanics Paintball" (1999)
CD-ROM Game
Plotz, Ralph

Animaniacs "Animaniacs" (1993)
Animated Series
Runt; Buttons; Chicken Boo; Mindy's dad; Thaddeus Plotz (The C.E.O.); Ralph the Guard; Flavio the Hip Hippo; Newt the Blue Dachshund (barking) and additional voices
Korn; Squatty; Babe Ruth; Mr. President; Steven Spielberg; Davy Omlette's sidekick; Narrator (episode with woodchuck); Walter Wolf in "Hurray for Slappy"; Narrator for "Newsreel of the Stars"; Moth in episode: "Wings Take Heart"; Ross Perot in episode: "Icebreakers"; Frog in episode: "Moon Over Minerva"; Captain Ahab in episode: "Moby or Not Moby"; Narrator in episode: "The Three Muska-Warners"; Municipal Bond 0007 in episode: "From Burbank With Love"


"Animaniacs in 'A Christmas Plotz': The Hip Hop Musical" (199?)
Read Along Storybook
Thaddeus Plotz; Ralph the guard

"Animaniacs: Variety Pack" (1995)
Compact Disc
Flavio Hippo ("The Monkey Song")

Archangel I (1994)
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-

Archangel II (1995)
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-

"Arnold's Closet Review" (1970)
Live Action Series ("Laugh-In" spinoff)
Sketch player in pilot - 5th episode (appearance)

"Around the World in 80 Days" (1994)
Interactive CD

"Astro and the Space Mutts" (1981)
Animated TV Series
Cosmo



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"Bad Cat" (1984)
Animated TV Special
Champ
Description:
An "ABC Weekend Special" story of a teenaged feline with a nose for trouble. The fact is, Bad Cat isn't really bad, but from the time he and his family move into their new neighborhood, our young hero is battling his way through one cat-astrophe after another.

"Bailey's Comets" (1973)
Animated Series
Pudge

"Baldur's Gate"
Computer Game
Xzar; Eltan; Elminster; Korax

"Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker" (2000)
Woof the Hyena-Man, Ace the Bathound

"Batman Beyond" (1999)
WB Animated Series
guest voices

"Batman: The Animated Series" (1992)
Isis (Catwoman's cat)
-additional voices-
Werewolf sound effects; guard; thug

Beastmaster "Beastmaster 2 - Through the Portal of Time" (1991)instock
Live Action Film
Sharak; Kodo & Podo (ferrets); Ruh (tiger)
Description:
The awesome barbarian warrior is once again up against an invincible villain who threatens to blow up Los Angeles. The Beastmaster travels through a time portal to modern-day L.A. and teams up with a local babe to save the day.


"Beauty and the Beast" (1991)
a.k.a. "Disney's Beauty and the Beast"
Animated Film
Footstool; special vocal effects
The timeless tale of Belle, the beautiful and intelligent girl kept prisoner in the castle of a mysterious beast who must somehow win her love if he is to regain his princely form. Features the voices of Robby Benson, Angela Lansbury and David Ogden Stiers. Academy Award Nominations: 6, including Best Picture, Best Song ("Be Our Guest"), Best Song ("Belle"). Academy Awards: Best Song ("Beauty and the Beast").

"Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas" (1997)
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Phillipe; Sultan
The Disney-drawn residents of the Beast's castle return for a Christmas adventure. Belle plans a Christmas celebration that she hopes will delight the standoffish Beast, but a scheming pipe-organ, Forte, drowns out her carols with his dismal dirges. It's up to Belle, Lumiere, Cogsworth, and the rest of the gang to bring the Beast back around with a healthy dose of Yuletide cheer. Features classic carols like "Joy to the World" in addition to five new songs composed by Rachel Portman.

"Beauty and the Beast: Human Again" (2000 [re-release?])
Animated
Footstool; special vocal effects

"Beetlejuice" (198?)
Animated Series

"Belle's Magical World" (1997)
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Footstool; special vocal effects
Description:
Belle, the Beast, Lumiere, Cogsworth, and the rest of the castle residents use their imagination to enjoy three magical adventures while sharing a storybook.

The "The Berenstain Bears" (1985)
Animated Series
-additional voices-

The Berenstain Bears
and the Trouble With Friends instock



"Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey" (1991)
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Description:
After miraculously graduating San Dimas high school, Bill and Ted are preparing for a battle of the bands. But somewhere in the future the evil De Nomolos creates identical Bill and Ted robots to kill the originals, take their place and lose the contest. Bill and Ted must dodge Death and fulfill their most resplendent destiny.

Bingo "Bingo" (1991)instock
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Description:
The heartwarming and funny story of a circus dog who runs away and becomes great pals with Chuckie. But his parents do not want pets and end up moving away leaving Bingo behind. The search begins, for Bingo is determined to find Chuckie.


"Bionic Six" (1987)
Animated Series
Glove; Mechanic; Chopper

"Black Panthers" (1995)
Live Action Film (?)
Reagan sound-alike

"Blondie and Dagwood" (1988)
Animated TV Special
Dagwood Bumstead

"Blondie and Dagwood: Second Wedding Workout" (1989)
Animated TV Special
Dagwood Bumstead

"Bloo's Gang" (1996)
Animated Shorts
Stinky; Elmo; Bloo's Owner

"The Bobby Vinton Show" (1975)
Live Action Series
sketch roles
Description:
The legendary Mr. Vinton and his "musical family" reunite on stage for this all-star performance. Features Patti Page, Boxcar Willie, and other pop luminaries.

"Bobby's World" (1990)
Animated Series
Roger (dog)

"Bonkers" (1993)
Animated Series
Fall-Apart Rabbit; Toots the horn; Broderick (Toon Radio); Kanifky's dog; Fluffy; Quark the alien in episode: "Lunar Toons"; Carpetbag in episode: "It's in the Bag"; Mikey the muffin in episode: "Hand Over the Dough"
Other Bonkers episodes include:
"Basic Spraining"; "Cereal Surreal"; "The Cheap Sheep Sweep"; "Color Me Piquel"; "The Comeback Kid"; "The Day the Toon Stood Still"; "The Dimming"; "Fall-Apart Bomb Squad"; "Fall-Apart Land"; "A Fine Kettle of Toons"; "Get Wacky"; "Going Bonkers"; "Gone Bonkers"; "The Good, the Bad, and the Kanifky"; "The Greatest Story Never Told"; "I Oughta be in Toons"; "Imagine That"; "In Toons We Trust"; "Is Toon Fur Really Warm?"; "Miracle in the 54th Precinct"; "New Partners on the Block"; "Out of Sight, Out of Toon"; "Poltertoon"; "Seems Like Old Toons"; "Stand-In Dad"; "Stay Tooned"; "Stressed to Kill"; "Time Wounds All Heels"; "Toon With No Name"
"He's Bonkers!" shorts:
"Dogsapoppin'"; "O Cartoon, My Cartoon"

Born "Born to Be Wild" (1995)instock
a.k.a. "Katie"
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Katie (gorilla); adult gorilla
Description:
A juvenile delinquent befriends a gorilla while cleaning his mother's animal reseach lab. When he learns the gorilla is destined to be a sideshow attraction, he sets it free.

"Breaking the Rules" (1992)instock a.k.a. "Sketches"
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Description:
Three best friends who grew up together have some bad blood between them over one of their girlfriends. She thrives on creating havoc between them.
Full Credits:
Director: Neal Israel
Star: Jonathan Silverman, Annie Potts, Jason Bateman, C. Thomas Howell

"Bruno the Kid" (1996)
Animated Series
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"Buddy" (1997)
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Description:
A gentle, family-oriented dramatization of the autobiography ("Animals Are My Hobby") of daffy Gertrude Lintz, a softhearted, softheaded 1920s New York socialite who transformed her upstate mansion into a personal menagerie containing cats, dogs, birds, chimps, and the titular baby gorilla, all of whom were trained to wear clothing and behave as humans.

"Buford and the Galloping Ghost" (1979)
Animated Series
Buford (bloodhound); Nugget Nose (ghost)

"Buford Files" (1978)
Animated Series
Buford

"The Bunjee Venture" (Part 0ne* - 1984)
Animated (Hanna Barbera/Australia)
Bunjee; Willy; pterodactyl; tyrannosaur

"The Amazing Bunjee Adventure" (Part Two* - 198?)
Animated (different animation than part one)
Bunjee

See The FWHp's "Bunjee" page for vid caps and .wav files!

"Bunnicula, the Vampire Rabbit" (1982)
Animated TV Special
-?-
Description:
A vegetarian vampire?! Bunnicula the Vampire Rabbit is a supernatural rabbit whose weakness for draining vegetables of their juices causes mayhem and more for a small-town family and their neighbors. Mystery and fun begins when Bunnicula comes to town.

"The Burns and Schreiber Comedy Hour" (1973)
Live Action TV Series
sketch roles

"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids" (1973)
Animated Series
Elvis (the dog)

"Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" (2000)
Animated TV Series
Grubs; Rhizomian Man; Lgm; Epoch; Senator; Phlegmex; Brain Pod 2; Maw; Little Maw; Tentacled alien; Computer voice; various other aliens



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