FRANK'S FILMOGRAPHY (S-T)

Filmography is incomplete and may contain a few inaccuracies.
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"Sabrina" Promos (1999)
Interstitials / Bumpers

The "The Santa Clause" (1994)instock
Live Action Film
Reindeers
Description:
In this Kris Kringle comedy a divorced dad has to take over for the legendary gift-giver after the real Santa falls off a roof. The dad, a non-believer (in Santa), takes his son along and finds meaning in Christmas, but he has a little trouble convincing his ex-wife.


"Saturday Supercade" (1983)
Animated Series featuring:
"Donkey Kong, Jr." - Donkey Kong Jr.
"Q*bert" - Q*mungus; Q*ball; Q*dad; Coilee Snake; Ugg; Wrongway; Sam Slick
"Kangaroo" - Monkey Biz Gang (w/ Pat Fraley)

"Savage Dragon" (1995)
Animated Series
Arachnid

Scenes "Scenes From the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills" (1989)
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Description:
Two comically complicated Beverly Hills families are forced to share one measly mansion for an entire weekend. A sitcom queen and a socialite undergo temptations as a result of a bet between their houseboys.


"The Scooby-Doo / Dynomutt Hour" (1976)
Freddy Jones
Dynomutt; Dog Wonder

Scooby
"Scooby Goes Hollywood" (1979)instock
Animated TV Special
Freddy Jones; Scooby-Doo (baby); afghan; The Groove
Description:
Scooby thinks he's a movie star, and he even gets an outfit to match. The only problem is that no one else thinks he's a star. Lots of comic fun.


"Scooby-Doo's Greatest Mysteries" (1998)instock
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Freddy Jones

"Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics" (1977)
Animated Series
Yakky Doodle (The Yogi Yahooies)
Dynomutt; Tinker; Jabberjaw (The Scooby Doobies)
Sooey Pig; Magic Rabbit (The Really Rottens)

"Scooby & the Reluctant Werewolf" (1989)
Animated TV Special
Crunch

"Scooby and Scrappy-Doo" (1979)
Animated Series
Freddy Jones

"The Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Puppy Power Hour" (1982)
Animated Series
Freddy Jones

"Scooby-Doo's Mystery Challenge" (1999)
CD-ROM Game
Freddie; more

"Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?" (1969)
Animated Series
Cast:
Scooby-Doo - Don Messick
Norville "Shaggy" Rogers - Casey Kasem
Freddy Jones - Frank Welker
Daphne Blake - Heather North
Velma Dinkley - Nichole Jaffe

"Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders" (2000)
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Freddy Jones; Amber (dog); aliens
(Daphne: Mary Kay Bergman)

"Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost" (1999)
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Freddy Jones; Turkey Beast; Mummy; pumpkin creatures
(Daphne: Mary Kay Bergman)

"Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island" (1998)instock
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Freddy Jones
(Daphne: Mary Kay Bergman)
(Lena: Tara Charendoff)

"Screwball Squirrel" (1993)
Animated Series
Park ranger

"Sea Quest DSV" (1993)
Live Action TV Series
Darwin (the dolphin)

The "The Secret Garden" (1994) instock
Animated Film
Narrator; Robin
Description: A feature-length, animated version of this timeless children's classic about an orphan girl who discovers a magical secret garden at her uncle's house in the moors. Contains footage not seen in the television broadcast.



"Scruffy" (1980)
Animated TV Special
-additional voices-
Description:
The story of a tiny puppy, tragically orphaned. Scruffy is involved in a series of emotional and perilous adventures before she is freed by Butch, a stray dog who fights for her freedom after she is deceived into becoming an accomplice in crime.

"Sectaurs" (1986)
Animated Mini-Series
Skulk; Trancula; Raplor

"The Shadow" (1994)
Live Action Film
Phurba

"The Shmoo" (1979)
Animated Series
The Shmoo
Began 9/?/79. Ended 11/?/80.

Shnookums and Meat Promos (1999)

"The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show" (1994)
Meat; Maxie the Brain

"Simba's Pride Gamebreak" (1998)
CD-ROM Game
-special vocal effects-

"Simon and Simon" (1981)
Live Action TV Show
Dubbing Actor
in episode: "Almost Completely Out of Circulation" 1984
Here's a stretch:
Frank plays a voice-over actor seen performing (at times he uses a voice similar to Dr. Claw on Inspector Gadget) while S&S interview his audio engineer.
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"The Simpsons"
Animated Series
Santa's Little Helper ("sickly racing dog" mentioned below)
-additional voices-
Princess (pony) in episode: "Lisa's Pony" (# 3.8) 11/7/1991
voice ? in episode: "The Canine Mutiny" (# 8.20) 4/13/1997
voice ? in episode: "In Marge We Trust" (# 8.21) 4/27/1997
voice ? Halloween Special: "Treehouse of Horror 10" (# ???) 10/31/1999

The "The Simpsons Christmas Special" (1991)instock
Description:
The Simpsons star in their first Christmas special, wallowing in the dysfunction that makes them so endearing. In this episode, Homer finds himself short of cash and unable to buy gifts (doh!). So he takes a job as a part-time Santa -- which creates more problems than it solves... Meanwhile, Bart takes a liking to a sickly racing dog, and the family eventually adopts him. As a result, The Simpsons realize that the true meaning of Christmas is rooted in love, not material items.

"If TV taught me anything, it's that miracles always happen to poor kids at Christmas. It happened to Tiny Tim, it happened to the Smurfs, and it's going to happen to us." -- Bart

"The Skatebirds" (1977)
Animated Series
Curly in "The 3 Robonic Stooges" segments

"Sliding Doors" TRAILER (1998)

"Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters" (1988)
Animated Series
Ray Stantz; Slimer

"Smurfily Ever After" (1985)
Animated TV Special
Hefty; Monster

"The Smurfic Games" (1984)
Animated TV Special
Hefty; Frog; Bird; Poet

Smurfs "The Smurfs" (1981)
Animated Series
Hefty Smurf; Poet Smurf; Clockwork Smurf; PeeWee/Peewit; Azrael; Wild Smurf; Puppy; Balthazar's Moat Monster

"The Smurfs" (1987)
"The Smurfs and the Magic Flute" (1983)
"Smurfs - Village Tales"

"The Smurfs' Christmas Special" (1982)
Animated TV Special
Hefty

"The Smurfs' Springtime Special" (1982)
Animated TV Special
Hefty; Poet; Duckling

"My Smurfy Valentine" (1983)
Animated TV Special
Poet; Hefty; Azrael

"The Snorks" (1984)
Animated Series
Tooter; Occy

"Sonic the Hedgehog" (1993)
Animated Series
-?-

Space "Space Camp" (1986)instock
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Jinx the robot
Description:
While attending the United States Space Camp, five teenagers and their instructor are accidentally launched into space on board a shuttle and they must figure out how to bring themselves safely back to Earth.

Space "Space Jam" (1996)instock
Live Action Film
Charles (dog)
Threatened with being kidnapped and taken to Moron Mountain by the Nerdlucks, Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes characters propose a winner-take-all basketball game. Confident that their ringer, NBA mega-star Michael Jordan, will ensure their victory, Bugs & Co. are surprised with their foes' ability to "absorb" talent from other earth-bound hoops stars. A live-action/animated comic adventure.

"Space Stars" (1981)
Animated Series
Cosmo in "Astro and the Space Mutts" segments; Blip in "Space Ghost" segments

Spawn "Spawn" (1997)instock Live Action Film - Malebolgia -
The ambitious, visually extravagant big-screen adaptation of comic artist Todd McFarlane's popular eponymous Gothic serial, helmed by first-timer Dippe (formerly of Industrial Light & Magic). After burning to death in the munitions factory he was commanded to destroy, a reluctant CIA operative strikes up an uneasy bargain with the devil--he'll lead the armies of Hell in their war against the earth in exchange for the opportunity to see his wife from afar. Available in the original theatrical version and in an R-rated director's cut. Stars: Michael Jai White, John Leguizamo, Martin Sheen, Theresa Randle, Nicol Williamson, D.B. Sweeney, Melinda Clarke, Miko Hughes, Sydni Beaudoin, Michael Papajohn, Frank Welker.

Species "Species" (1995)instock
Live Action Film
Alien Sil; alien baby
A genetically engineered, shape-shifting creature with extraterrestrial intelligence adopts the form of a beautiful woman to mate with humans and unleash a brood of offspring that will destroy mankind. A team of experts must band together to stop her--it--from accomplishing its diabolical mission. Special editions contain behind-the-scenes footage with creature creator H.R. Giger


Species "Species 2" (1998)instock
Description:
Sil, the sex-crazed alien life form from the predecessor "Species" is now a clone named Eve (Henstridge). Eve is the acting subject of governmental experiments until a trio of astronauts returns from a trip to Mars and one starts behaving rather strangely. Astronaut Patrick Ross (Lazard) begins to act eerily similar to Sil in that sexual predator sort of way that Henstridge made so endearing in "Species."
NOTE: I do not know if Frank is in Species 2... but thought I should add it, just in case :)


"Spiderman and His Amazing Friends" (1981)
Animated Series
Flash Thompson; Bobby Drake/Iceman; Ms. Lion

Spiral

"Spiral Zone" (1987)
Animated Series

Dr. Lawrence; Razorback; Rawmeat



"Sport Billy" (Germany, 1980; U.S., 1982)
Animated
Willie, Sporticus XI

"Spy Dogs" (1998)
Animated TV Series
-?-

"Star Fairies" (1985)
Animated TV Special
Puppy; Lavendar; Vanity
Description:
Born on delicate moonlit nights, Star Fairies have the power to grant your every wish. Based on the Tonka Toys characters.


Star "Star Trek III - The Search for Spock" (1984)instock
Live Action Film
Spock (screams); Young Spock (vocal effects); Klingon dog; Turboshaft
Description:
Admiral Kirk has defeated the genetically created genius Khan, but Spock is dead and McCoy is suffering from a strange mental aberration. The Enterprise travels to the planet Genesis to recover the body of Spock.


"Star Trek: Voyager" (1998)
TV Series
-?-

"Stargate" (1994)
Live Action Film
Mastadge

"Star Trek: Voyager" (199?)
Live Action TV Series
Voices alien creature in episode: "Nothing Human" (# 5.8) 12/2/1998

"Stephen King's 'Cats Eye'"
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Cat; Gnome

"Stevie Stardust" (1999)
3-D Animated series
Chub (Stevie's dog)
(Stevie is voiced by Tara Charendoff)

"Super Dave" (1992)
Animated Series (about racecar driver, "Super Dave Osborne")
Dad; Super Dave's dog

"Super Ducktales" (1989)
Animated TV Special
Big Time Beagle; Megabyte Beagle; M.E.L.
(see "Duck Tales" for more info.)

"Super Friends" (1973)
Animated Series
Marvin; Wonder Dog; Toyman

"Super Friends Team: Galactic Guardians" (1985)
Animated Series
Darkseid; Kalibak; Mxyzptlk

"Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show" (1984)
Animated Series
Darkseid; Kalibak

"The Super Globetrotters" (1979)
Animated Series
Crime Globe

"Super Mario Bros." (1993)
Live Action Film
creatures

"Superman" (1997)
Animated Series
Scientist (voice) in episode: "Monkey Fun" 9/27/1997

"The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries" (1995 - 1999)
Animated Series
Hector; -additional voices-
Mugsy; Joel Ferret; Mad Scientist; Hemlock Holmes; Fred T. Totter; Silas McCawber (French Maid); Hercule Del'eau; French Detective; host at 'Cajun Canary Crooning Competition'; lawyer; cats; bear; merchant; and more!

"SWAT KATS: The Radical Squadron" (1993 - 1995)
Animated Series
Dr. Viper; -additional voices-
Thanks got to Holmer Søgaard for this info.



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"Tabitha and Adam Meet the Clown Family" (1972)
Animated Series (about the kids from "Bewitched")
Frank voiced "Mike."

Talespin "TaleSpin" (1990) instock
a.k.a. "Disney's Tale Spin"
-?-
episodes: "All's Whale That Ends Whale"; "A Bad Reflection on You" (Parts 1 & 2); "The Bigger They Are, The Louder They Oink"; "Citizen Khan"; "Destiny Rides Again"; "For Whom the Bell Klangs" (Parts 1 & 2); "Jumping the Guns"; "Mommy for a Day"; "Paradise Lost"; "Plunder and Lightning" (Part 1); "A Touch of Glass"


Tank "Tank Girl" (1995)instock
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Tank voice
In the year 2033, an evil dictator hoards water in the Australian desert until a spunky, punky girl steals a tank and joins up with an army of mutant kangaroo men to restore justice. The alternative soundtrack features Belly, Bjork, Devo, Hole, Ice-T, Iggy Pop, L7, Stomp, and Veruca Salt.


"Tanis" (1999)
(a.k.a. "Obi Wan")
CD-ROM Game
-?-

"Teaching Mrs. Tingle" (1999)
Feature Film
-?-

Teen

"Teen Wolf" (1986)
Animated Series
-additional voices-




"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze" (1991)
Live Action Film
Rahzar (wolf); Tokko (snapping turtle)

This
"This Is America, Charlie Brown V. 6 - The Birth of the Constitution" (1989)instock
Animated TV Special
Mr. Morris; Mr. Wilson; Delegates
Description:
A fun-filled, educational look at the creation of the Constiution, from a Peanuts perspective.



This
"This Is America, Charlie Brown V. 1 - The Great Inventors" (1989)instock
Animated TV Special
Thomas Edison; Alexander Graham Bell
Description:
Sally's school report showcases America's genius's whose ideas changed the lives of everyone in the world.


This
"This Is America, Charlie Brown V. 4 - The Mayflower Voyagers" (1989)instock
Animated TV Special
Squanto; Captain Jones; Explorer #1; Crows; Wolves
Description:
Charlie Brown and the pilgrims celebrate a glorious Thanksgiving together.



This
"This Is America, Charlie Brown V. 5 - The NASA Space Station" (1989)instock
Animated TV Special
Reporter
Description:
The Peanuts Gang takes to the skies in this fun and educational look at NASA's proposed space station.



This
"This Is America, Charlie Brown V. 7 - The Smithsonian and the Presidency"
(1989)instock
Animated TV Special
Abraham Lincoln; Teddy Roosevelt
Description:
Charlie Brown and his Peanuts pals go to the Smithsonian where their imaginations take them back to the days of Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt.

This

"This Is America, Charlie Brown V. 2 - The Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk" (1989)instock
Animated TV Special
Wilbur Wright
Description:
The Peanuts gang takes a look at the origins of manned flight.


"The Three Robonic Stooges" (1978)
Animated Series
Frank was Curly.
Began 1/?/78. Ended 9/?/81.
Norman Mauer (Moe Howard's son-in-law) wrote the scripts.

"Thunder in Paradise" (1994)
Hulk Hogan's Live Action TV Series
Mechanical monster
Computer voice

The


"The Tigger Movie" (2000)
Disney Animated Feature




"Timon and Pumbaa" (1995)
a.k.a. "Disney's Timon and Pumbaa"
Animated Series
-additional voices-
Ned (elephant); Panda

"Tiny Toon Adventures" (1990)
Animated Series
Gogo Dodo; Furrball; Little Beeper; Calamity Coyote
-additional voices-
Ant; Babzilla; Barky Marky; Chewcudda; The Coyote Kid; Dog; Hair Monster; Henry Bear; Moe Squito; Steven Spielberg; Studio Guard; Whales; X Bird

"Tiny Toon Adventures Halloween Special" (1995)
Animated TV Special
Gogo Dodo; Furrball; Little Beeper; Calamity Coyote

"Tiny Toon Adventures - How I Spent My Vacation" (1991)instock
Direct-to-Video Animated Film
Furrball; Uncle Stinky; Little Beeper; Lord Bryon Basset

"Tiny Toons Spring Break" (1994)
Animated Special
Gogo Dodo; Furrball; Little Beeper; Calamity Coyote

"The Tiny Tree" (1975)
Animated TV Special
Groundhog; father; beaver; mole

"'Tis the Season to be Smurfy" (1987)
Animated "Smurfs" TV Special
Hefty; Monster; Poet; Wild Smurf; Puppy

"The Tom and Jerry / Grape Ape Show" (1975)
Animated Series
-additional voices-

"Tom and Jerry Kids Show" (1990/91)
Animated Series
Tom; Jerry; Wild Mouse; McWolf; Stinky Jr. in "Droopy and Dripple" segments

Tommy "Tommy Boy" (1995)instock
Live Action Film
Deer; cow; rottweiler
Description:

After seven years of college finally yields a degree, a dim-witted party animal returns to work at his father's company, only to be forced on the road with an anal-retentive numbers-cruncher to try to save the failing business.


"Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats" (1988)
Animated TV Special
Rasputin

"Top Dog" (1995)instock
Live Action Film
Top Dog

"Toonstruck" (1996)
Video Game
Ray; The Myna Bird; Bowling Bear; Elephant; Elmer; Surveillance Guard; Mouse; Scarecrow; Squirrel; Vulture; Venus Flytrap

Trading "Trading Mom" (1994)instock
a.k.a. "The Mommy Market"
Live Action Film
-special vocal effects-
Description:
Three children, dissatisfied with their single mother, learn from a friend they can choose another by using a magic spell; however, things don't always work out for the best. Based on Nancy Brelis' short story "The Mommie Market."

"Trail Mix-Up" (1993)
Animated "Roger Rabbit" Short
Forest animals


"The Transformers" (1984)
Animated Series
Megatron; Galvatron; Mixmaster; Skywarp; Frenzy; Rumble; Sludge; Groove; Wheelie; Laserbeak; Soundwave; Ravage; Buzzsaw; Ratbat; Mirage; Blades; Chromedome; Pinpointer; Trailbreaker

"Transformers - The Movie" (1986)
Animated Film
Soundwave; Megatron; Rumble; Frenzy; Wheelie; Junkion; Lazerbeak
SKYWARP

"Treasure Island" (1994)
TV Special
Parrot

"Treehouse Hostage" (1998)
Made for TV Film
Kato (dog)

Troll
"Troll" (1986)instock
Live Action Film
Trolls; Monsters
Description:
A nasty old troll named Torok transforms the denizens of a San Francisco apartment house into mystical creatures.


"The Trollkins" (1982)
Animated Series
Flooky; Bogg; Top Troll



The Trouble With Girls

 

"The Trouble With Girls" (1969)

a.k.a. "The Chautauqua"

a.k.a. "The Trouble with Girls
(and How to Get Into It)"

 


Frank's acting debut. He portrayed Rutgers.

Elvis Presley stars in this eclectic blend of whodunit, melodrama, comedy and Americana. Walter Hale is the manager of a "Chautauqua" -- a traveling educational/motivational show -- whose tour takes him and his company to a small town in the Midwest circa 1927.

Aside from the friction between Walter's crew and the locals, one of the residents, a jealous pharmacist, is found murdered. While the traveling performers decide the show must go on, and the residents debate whether to support or reject it, Walter realizes the onus is on him to solve the mystery.

Also stars: Vincent Price, Marilyn Mason, Dabney Coleman, Joyce Van Patten, John Carradine and Nichole Jaffe (Scooby-Doo's Velma). VHS Includes theatrical trailer.



"The Trouble With Miss Switch" (1980)
(?) TV Special
-additional voices-

The "The Trouble With Spies" (1987)
Live Action Film
Perky
Description:
Appleton Porter is one of the most inept agents ever to work for the British Intelligence Dervice. He's also the perfect man to steal a secret truth serum developed by the Russians. Porter follows all the wrong clues, while the Russians plot against him, leading to a series of humorous, but dangerous misadventures.

"Turbo-Charged Thunderbirds" (1995)
Animated Series
Dr. Brain; Disc jockey from space

"Turbo Teen" (1984)
Animated Series
Flip; Rusty; Dark Rider

"Tweety's High-flying Adventure" (2000)
Animated Video
Mugsy; Nero; Cool Cat, Penelope; Wild Cat (#1); Tweety's chirps

"25-Cent Trouble" (1998)
TV Short
Robot; dog

"2 Stupid Dogs" (1993)
Animated Series



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