Frank Sully

Biography

Francis Thomas Sullivan, aka Frank Sully, was an American character actor. Beefy and square-jawed, he was usually cast as rustic types or dumb heavies. He was a regular feature in Three Stooges shorts. Sully started his career as a comedian in vaudeville and appeared on Broadway from the late 1920s....

49 titles Acting

6.6

Bye Bye Birdie

1963 · Bartender

6.1

Domino Kid

1957 · Bartender

5.1

The Buckskin Lady

1957 · Jed

6.9

Rockabilly Baby

1957 · Bum

5.8

Frontier Gambler

1956 · Bartender

6.4

The Desperados Are in Town

1956 · Carl Branch

6.4

Last of the Desperados

1955 · Murder Victim Tim (bit)

6.9

Fling in the Ring

1955 · Big Mike

6.1

Jungle Moon Men

1955 · Max

7.0

Silver Lode

1954 · Paul Herbert, Telegrapher

5.5

Battle of Rogue River

1954 · Pvt. Kohler

6.7

Take Me to Town

1953 · Sammy

6.5

Northern Patrol

1953 · Bartender

5.8

Bad for Each Other

1953 · Tippy Kashko, Townsman

7.0

With a Song in My Heart

1952 · Soldier

6.4

Night Stage to Galveston

1952 · Policeman Kelly

6.4

Man in the Saddle

1951 · Lee Repp

5.7

Beauty on Parade

1950 · Murph

6.2

The Reformer and the Redhead

1950 · Joe, a Policeman

6.5

Trapped by Boston Blackie

1948 · Sgt. Matthews

6.7

Gun Smugglers

1948 · Corporal Clancy

6.8

Wild Harvest

1947 · Nick

6.4

Throw a Saddle on a Star

1946 · Lawyer

6.2

Crime Doctor's Man Hunt

1946 · Henchman 'Rigger'

8.4

One Way to Love

1946 · Hopkins

6.5

The Phantom Thief

1946 · Detective Sergeant Matthews

6.2

A Close Call for Boston Blackie

1946 · Sgt. Matthews

6.0

Renegades

1946 · Link

6.4

Boston Blackie and the Law

1946 · Sgt. Matthews

5.3

Out of the Depths

1945 · 'Speed' Brogan

6.6

Along Came Jones

1945 · Avery de Longpre

5.9

I Love a Bandleader

1945 · Dan Benson

6.5

Boston Blackie Booked on Suspicion

1945 · Sgt. Matthews

6.6

Boston Blackie's Rendezvous

1945 · Mathews

Bachelor Daze

1944 · Ezra's neighbor

4.6

The Ghost That Walks Alone

1944 · Beppo

6.7

Two Girls and a Sailor

1944 · Private Adams

6.4

Secret Command

1944 · Shawn

7.9

The More the Merrier

1943 · FBI Agent Pike

6.4

There's Something About a Soldier

1943 · Alex Grybinski

6.4

Thousands Cheer

1943 · Alan

5.8

Good Luck, Mr. Yates

1943 · Joe Briggs

6.7

Dangerous Blondes

1943 · Detective Joe Henderson

7.1

All Through the Night

1942 · Spence

6.5

Lucky Legs

1942 · Mugg

6.0

Two Yanks in Trinidad

1942 · Mike Paradise

5.4

Inside the Law

1942 · Jim Burke

6.9

The Daring Young Man

1942 · Luke

7.1

My Sister Eileen

1942 · Jenson

5.5

Parachute Nurse

1942 · Sgt. Peters

6.8

Rings on Her Fingers

1942 ·

6.7

A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob

1941 · Salty

5.4

Let's Go Collegiate

1941 · Hercules 'Herk' Bevans

6.6

She Knew All the Answers

1941 · Cop

6.9

Spring Parade

1940 · Bert - Shawl Salesman

6.9

He Stayed for Breakfast

1940 · Butcher

6.8

Castle on the Hudson

1940 · Second Prisoner

6.7

Lillian Russell

1940 · Hank

6.7

The Fighting 69th

1940 · Sergeant

6.7

The Return of Frank James

1940 · Actor

6.6

Escape to Glory

1940 · Tommy Malone

6.6

Women Without Names

1940 · Friendly Motorist

7.0

The Doctor Takes a Wife

1940 · Slapcovitch

5.8

Cross-Country Romance

1940 · Mike

8.1

The Grapes of Wrath

1940 · Noah

6.6

Young People

1940 · Jeb

6.1

Dr. Kildare's Crisis

1940 · John Root

6.8

Some Like It Hot

1939 · Sailor Burke / The Living Corpse

6.7

The Great Man Votes

1939 · Policeman at Parade

7.5

Another Thin Man

1939 · Pete - a Father

6.0

Sorority House

1939 · The Caterer

6.5

Second Fiddle

1939 · Townsman

6.1

Youth Takes a Fling

1938 · Jim

6.3

Start Cheering

1938 · Jimmy - Student Accosting Jean

6.2

Hold That Co-ed

1938 · Steve Wurgeski

6.7

White Bondage

1937 · Man in Pool Room

5.4

Life Begins in College

1937 · Football Player

6.8

Radio Patrol

1937 · Flynn

7.3

Theodora Goes Wild

1936 · Clarence

6.4

Rhythm on the Range

1936 · Splashed Rodeo Cowboy

7.2

Mary Burns, Fugitive

1935 · Steve

6.8

Caravan

1934 · Hungarian Soldier

6.7

Murder at the Vanities

1934 · Chorus Boy