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Streets of San Francisco (film) (353 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article

John Harmon. It was released on April 15, 1949 by Republic Pictures. Frankie Fraser finds out his father Luke has committed a theft netting $250,000. The
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3: Pate Tate Story Craig Rolfe 2018 Once Upon a Time in London Mad Frankie Fraser 2019 Rise of the Footsoldier 4: Marbella Craig Rolfe 2021 Rise of the
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Denton Price 2015 : Legend - Guzzepi 2015 : The Fall of the Krays - Frankie Fraser 2015 : Bonded by Blood 2 - Ricky Percival 2015 : Anti-Social - Marcus
Gary Gray (actor) (605 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Reeves 1949 Henry, the Rainmaker David Latham Streets of San Francisco Frankie Fraser Leave It to Henry David Latham The Girl from Jones Beach Woody Wilson
List of Coronation Street characters (2004) (3,083 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
and daugter and my wife dawn harper playing lizzy greene Francesca "Frankie" Fraser (previously Baldwin) was played by Debra Stephenson. Glamorous Frankie
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Retrieved 23 July 2020. "BBC Radio 4 - Last Word, PD James, 'Mad' Frankie Fraser, Glen A Larson, Medlin Lewis-Spencer, Arthur Butterworth MBE". BBC.
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Krays he’s practically walking round with a cardboard cut out of Mad Frankie Fraser." Shelley also nicknamed him "Derek the Menace." Jake Wood said that
Great Train Robbery (1963) (18,618 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Living with a life of crime – from the Great Train Robbery to 'Mad' Frankie Fraser. (2001) by Marilyn Wisbey, first published by Little Brown and Company