Frank tilts the squeeze chute during branding days
As a Disney spokesperson for those and other Disney projects, Frank spoke to organizations and interest groups throughout California and maintained favorable relations with members of the news media world-wide.
After earning a B.A. Degree in Radio-Television-Film from Denver University, Frank began his career in the Publicity Department at the Walt Disney Studio. He went on to become Public Relations Manager of WED (Walt E. Disney) Enterprises, Walt's "Imagineering" firm for the planning and development of Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and the proposed Mineral King resort in the California Sierra.
Not long after Walt's death, Frank left the Disney organization and established his own public relations and advertising agency in Newport Beach, California. That led him into Christian television and film production, and book and magazine publishing.
The theatrical motion picture, "The Giant of Thunder Mountain," was based on the title, characters and (loosely) on the story created by Frank Allnutt. It stars Cloris Leachman, Richard Keil as the giant, and Marianne Rogers (wife of Kenny Rogers). Richard was the silver-toothed "Jaws" in the James Bond films.
Frank is the author of numerous Christian books, including the mega best-selling Christian commentary, "The Force of Star Wars."
Frank has provided public relations and mass communications services to Christian organizations throughout his career. His biography has been published in numerous publications in the United States and other countries, including biographical reference books, such as The International Who's Who of Intellectuals, Personalities of the Americas, The International Book of Honor, and a score of others.
Frank and his brother Dan share their home on an historic working cattle and hay ranch in the central Rocky Mountains near Salida, Colorado. He enjoys having family living nearby. Though "retired" since 2003, he continues Bible studies, writing, and art.