Australian movie stars died in 1965

Here are 1 famous actors from Australia died in 1965:

Frank Harvey

Frank Harvey (December 22, 1885 Earls Court-October 10, 1965 Sydney) a.k.a. Harvey Ainsworth Hilton was an Australian actor, screenwriter, writer and film producer. He had two children, Helen Harvey and Frank Harvey.

Harvey began his career as an actor in British silent films in the early 1910s. Later, he moved to Hollywood and worked as a screenwriter for several major studios. He wrote for popular films such as "Mutiny on the Bounty" (1935) and "The Sea Hawk" (1940), which earned him critical acclaim.

In 1941, Harvey returned to Australia and established the production company, Southern Cross Feature Film Company. He produced and wrote several films, including "Smithy" (1946) and "The Overlanders" (1946), both of which were hugely successful both in Australia and internationally.

Harvey was renowned for his versatile talents and was a key figure in the Australian film industry throughout his career. He was awarded the Order of the British Empire in 1960, shortly before his death in 1965 at the age of 79.

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