Frank Marshall (disambiguation)

Frank Marshall (disambiguation)

Frank Marshall can refer to:

* Frank Marshall (1877–1944), American chess grandmaster
* Frank Marshall (film producer) (born 1946), American film producer and director
* Frank Marshall (footballer) (1904–1928), Scottish football (soccer) player
* Frank Marshall (pianist) (1883–1959)
* Frank J. Marshall (engineer), investment banker and former engineer V.P. of Cisco

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