Acted in feature, "Buck Privates" and played an announcer in "Meet John Doe"
Worked as a film editor, an assistant director and production manager before becoming a producer
As president of Los Angeles Coliseum Commission, he helped bring the Olympic Games and the Raiders football team to Los Angeles in the early 1980s
Named chairman, British branch of Columbia Pictures, Columbia Pictures Corp Ltd
Resigned from Screen Gems Ltd. To become independent producer
Returned to Hollywood; appointed vice president in charge of worldwide production at Columbia Pictures
Served as a pilot in the Army Air Corps in the Far East and Europe during World War II
Served as technical advisor on sports films
Was associate producer on such serials as "G-Men Never Forget" and "The Black Widow"
Wrote screenplays for Republic Pictures
Appointed vice president, Columbia Pictures International Productions, which he headed from 1958
Became a screenwriter for Universal Pictures
Became managing director, Columbia Pictures, Corp. Ltd. (In UK and Eire)
Worked as a producer and radio commentator
Appointed director of BLC films; chairman of Screen Gems Ltd.
Became an independent producer with Columbia; produced first feature, "Fugitive Lady"
Formed Frankovich-Self Productions with former 20th Century-Fox chief William Self
Placed in charge of international production at Columbia Pictures