Frank Borzage was an Italian-American film director famed for his mystical romanticism. His best-known films include Seventh Heaven (1927), Street Angel (1928), A Farewell to Arms (1932) and Strange Cargo (1940), among many others.
After 1948 his output became sporadic. His last film work was sequences on Edgar G. Ulmer's L' Atlantide (aka Journey Beneath The Desert) (1962), for which he went uncredited.
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Frank Borzage Facts
|Birthday||April 23, 1893|
|Birthplace||Salt Lake City, Utah, USA|
|Date of death||June 19, 1962 (age 69)|
|Height||5' 10½" (1m79) How tall is Frank Borzage compared to you?|
|Awards||1932 Academy Awards: Best Director (for Bad Girl)|
|1928 Academy Awards: Best Director (for Seventh Heaven)|
|Stage Door Canteen|
|A Farewell To Arms|
|The Mortal Storm|
|The Golden Age of Musicals|
|The Spanish Main|
|Universal Hollywood Icons Collection: Marlene Dietrich|