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Frank Capra Jr.
Frank Warner Capra
March 20, 1934
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Died||December 19, 2007 (aged 73)|
|Other names||Capra, Frank Warner|
Priscilla Ann Parson
(m. 1958; div. 1984)
Deborah Lewis Sprunt
Frank Warner Capra (March 20, 1934 – December 19, 2007), known as Frank Capra Jr., was an American film and television producer. He was one of the three children of film director Frank Capra and his second wife, Lucille Warner. His own sons, Frank Capra III and Jonathan Capra, are assistant directors.
At the time of his death, Capra Jr. was president of EUE/Screen Gems studio, which he had helped to found in Wilmington, North Carolina, in the mid-1980s, and a member of the North Carolina Film Council.
- Mark Twain's Greatest Adventure: 'It's a Matter of Time' (2005) (pre-production) (producer)
- Queen City Blowout (2003) (executive producer)
- Waterproof (2000) (producer)
- Death Before Dishonor (1987) (executive producer)
- Marie (1985) (producer)
- Firestarter (1984) (producer)
- The Seduction (1982) (executive producer)
- Vice Squad (1982) (executive producer)
- High Hopes: The Capra Years (1981) (TV) (producer)
- An Eye for an Eye (1981) (producer)
- The Black Marble (1980) (producer)
- Born Again (1978) (producer)
- Billy Jack Goes to Washington (1977) (producer)
- Trapped Beneath the Sea (1974) (TV) (producer)
- Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973) (associate producer)
- Tom Sawyer (1973/I) (associate producer)
- Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972) (associate producer)
- Play It Again, Sam (1972) (associate producer)
- Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971) (associate producer)
- Marooned (1969) (associate producer)
- Fox, Margalit. "Frank Capra Jr., Movie and TV Producer, Dies at 73", New York Times. December 22, 2007.