Frank Terry
(Nat Clifford)
born: 03 May 1870
Troy, New York,
United States of America
died: 26 October 1948
Burbank, California,
United States of America
(gastric carcinoma, age 78)
American actor, director and gag man who sometimes worked under the alias of Nat Clifford.
On August 24th, 1919 Terry accidentally caused fellow comedian Harold Lloyd severe injury when he handed Lloyd what he believed to be a prop bomb.  It was real, it exploded and Lloyd lost two fingers, a thumb as a result.
Real name: Frank Ernest Edwards Films listed on this page: complete Hal Roach filmography.

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1919
Hustling For Health
Home owner

1920
An Eastern Westerner
[?]

1920
High And Dizzy
Gentleman in hallway

1920
Get Out And Get Under
Neighbor in garden

1924
Fast Black
[?]

1925
Is Marriage The Bunk?
[unidentified character]
 

1931
The Pajama Party
Parkinson, the butler
DVD screencapture - Lord Heath - Laurel & Hardy - Another Nice Mess - http://www.lordheath.com/

1932
Any Old Port!
Lunch wagon owner

1932
Red Noses
Tailor
Chris Jaunsen

1933
Me And My Pal
Hives the butler / Voice on radio

1933
The Devil's Brother
Servant

1933
The Midnight Patrol
Safecracker

1933
Bedtime Worries
Voice on radio

Acknowledgements:
http://www.charlieconnelly.com/the-global-misadventures-of-nat-clifford/

This page was last updated on: 16 April 2019