Frank Montgomery (14 June 1870, Petrolia, Pennsylvania - 18 July 1944, Hollywood, California) was an early American silent film director and actor. He acted in 28 films but is most acclaimed as a silent film director in which he is credited with directing 82 films. He was married to actress Josephine Mercedes Workman, who used the stage name Princess Mona Darkfeather to forge a career playing Native American roles.

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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Montgomery. Frank Montgomery (né Frank Edward Montgomery) est un réalisateur, scénariste et acteur américain, né le 14 juin 1870 à Petrolia (Pennsylvanie) et décédé le 18 juillet 1944 des suites d'une longue maladie à Hollywood (Californie). Il épouse une première fois Mona Darkfeather, dont il divorça en 1928. Il se marie une seconde fois avec elle en 1937 jusqu'en 1944, date de sa mort. (fr)
  • Frank Montgomery (14 de junio de 1870 – 18 de julio de 1944) fue un director, actor y guionista cinematográfico de nacionalidad estadounidense, activo en la época del cine mudo. (es)
  • Frank Montgomery (14 June 1870, Petrolia, Pennsylvania - 18 July 1944, Hollywood, California) was an early American silent film director and actor. He acted in 28 films but is most acclaimed as a silent film director in which he is credited with directing 82 films. He was married to actress Josephine Mercedes Workman, who used the stage name Princess Mona Darkfeather to forge a career playing Native American roles. Many of Montgomery's film titles contain Native American references, such as Darkfeather's Sacrifice, Apache Love, An Indian's Gratitude, The Red Girl's Sacrifice, Mona of the Modocs, An Apache Father's Vengeance, Big Rock's Last Stand, The Half-Breed Scout, A Blackfoot Conspiracy, A Red Man's Love, A Daughter of the Redskins, The Massacre of Santa Fe Trail, and A White Indian. He also directed the now-lost film The Spirit of '76 (1917). He is referenced obliquely in Gerald Vizenor's short story "Almost Browne," in the character of Professor Monte Franzgomery, who teaches Romantic Literature but who sees the Native American culture through his own romanticizations. (en)
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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Montgomery. Frank Montgomery (né Frank Edward Montgomery) est un réalisateur, scénariste et acteur américain, né le 14 juin 1870 à Petrolia (Pennsylvanie) et décédé le 18 juillet 1944 des suites d'une longue maladie à Hollywood (Californie). Il épouse une première fois Mona Darkfeather, dont il divorça en 1928. Il se marie une seconde fois avec elle en 1937 jusqu'en 1944, date de sa mort. (fr)
  • Frank Montgomery (14 de junio de 1870 – 18 de julio de 1944) fue un director, actor y guionista cinematográfico de nacionalidad estadounidense, activo en la época del cine mudo. (es)
  • Frank Montgomery (14 June 1870, Petrolia, Pennsylvania - 18 July 1944, Hollywood, California) was an early American silent film director and actor. He acted in 28 films but is most acclaimed as a silent film director in which he is credited with directing 82 films. He was married to actress Josephine Mercedes Workman, who used the stage name Princess Mona Darkfeather to forge a career playing Native American roles. (en)
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