Frances Langford

Actor, Singer
Actress Frances Langford appeared on the big screen many times over the course of her career. In her early acting career, Langford appeared in such films as the Jack Benny musical "Broadway Melody of 1936" (1936), the ... Read more »
Born: 04/04/1914 in Lakeland, Florida, USA

Filmography

Actor (23)

Dick Powell: Thanks a Million 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)

Actor

Don Ameche: Hollywood's Class Act 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)

Actor

Bob Hope: Memories of World War II 1994 - 1995 (TV Show)

Actor

Stars and Stripes: Hollywood and World War II 1991 - 1992 (TV Show)

Actor

Bob Hope's "Don't Shoot, It's Only Me" 1990 - 1991 (TV Show)

Actor

Entertaining the Troops 1987 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

The Perry Como Valentine Special 1966 - 1967 (TV Show)

Actor

The Bob Hope Show (01/13/60) 1959 - 1960 (TV Show)

Actor

Frances Langford Presents 1958 - 1959 (TV Show)

Actor

The Glenn Miller Story 1954 (Movie)

Herself (Actor)

The Bamboo Blonde 1946 (Movie)

Louise Anderson (Actor)

This Is the Army 1942 (Movie)

(Actor)

Yankee Doodle Dandy 1942 (Movie)

(Actor)

Too Many Girls 1939 (Movie)

(Actor)

Hollywood Hotel 1938 (Movie)

(Actor)

Born to Dance 1935 (Movie)

'Peppy' Turner (Actor)

Broadway Melody of 1936 1935 (Movie)

(Actor)

Beat the Band (Movie)

Ann (Actor)

Dreaming Out Loud (Movie)

Alice (Actor)

Melody Time (Movie)

Vocalist (Voice)

Never a Dull Moment (Movie)

Julie Russell (Actor)

Palm Springs (TV Show)

Actor

The Mississippi Gambler (Movie)

Beth Cornell (Actor)

Biography

Actress Frances Langford appeared on the big screen many times over the course of her career. In her early acting career, Langford appeared in such films as the Jack Benny musical "Broadway Melody of 1936" (1936), the musical "Born to Dance" (1936) with Eleanor Powell and the musical comedy "Hollywood Hotel" (1938) with Dick Powell. She also appeared in "Dreaming Out Loud" (1940), "Too Many Girls" (1940) and "Hit Parade of 1941" (1940). She kept working in film throughout the forties, starring in "Yankee Doodle Dandy" (1942) with James Cagney, the Irving Berlin musical "This Is the Army" (1943) and "People Are Funny" (1946). She also appeared in "The Bamboo Blonde" (1946). Additionally, she appeared in a number of television specials, including "The Bob Hope Show (01/13/60)" (1959-1960), "The Perry Como Valentine Special" (1966-67) and "Bob Hope's "Don't Shoot, It's Only Me"" (1990-91). Langford last provided music for "Hollywood Ending" (2002) with Isaac Mizrahi. Langford's husband was Jon Hall. Frances Langford passed away in July 2005 at the age of 91.

Relationships

Jon Hall

Husband
married 1938-55

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