Fred Kelsey

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Actor, Director, Author - USA
Born August 20, 1884 in Sandusky, Ohio, USA
Died September 2, 1961 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Fred Kelsey was born under the given name Frederick Alvin Kelsey on August 20, 1884 in Sandusky, Ohio, USA. He was an American Actor, Director, Author, known for Gold diggers of 1933 (1933), Marooned (1913), O'Henry's Full House (1952), Fred Kelsey's first movie on record is from 1913. He was married to Katharine Miller. Fred Kelsey died on September 2, 1961 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1954.

Fred Kelsey Filmography [Auszug]
1954: [03.03] Racing Blood (Cast: Smithy), Directed by Wesley Barry, with , Jean Porter, Jimmy Boyd,
1952: [08.07] O'Henry's Full House (Baghdad on the Subway (Working title)) (Cast: : The Gift of the Magi - Mr. Schultz), Directed by Henry Hathaway, Howard Hawks, with John Steinbeck, Everett Glass, Dale Robertson,
1945: [05.17] Pillow to Post (Cast: Businessman (/xx/) ), Directed by Vincent Sherman, with Ida Lupino, Sydney Greenstreet, William Prince,
1935: [09.30] The public menace (Cast: Mike the Cop ), Directed by Erle C. Kenton, with Jean Arthur, George Murphy, Douglass Dumbrille,
1934: [05.03] Twentieth Century (20th Century) (Cast: Train Detective (/xx/) ), Directed by Howard Hawks, with John Barrymore, Carole Lombard, Walter Conolly,
1933: [/ /1] Gold diggers of 1933 (Cast: Detective Jones), Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, Busby Berkeley, with , , Dorothy Coonan,
1932: [10.21] Red-Haired Alibi (Cast: Detective Corcoran), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Merna Kennedy, Theodore von Eltz, Grant Withers,
1932: [05.01] The Trial of Vivienne Ware (Cast: Cop (/xx/)), Directed by William K. Howard, with Joan Bennett, Donald Cook, ,
1931: [05.01] Subway Express (Cast: Detective Kearney ), Directed by Fred C. Newmeyer, with Jack Holt, Aileen Pringle,
1929: [/ /1] Hot Stuff (Cast), Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with William Bakewell, Charles Sellon, Buddy Messinger,
1928: [12.16] Naughty Baby (Cast), Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with Alice White, George E. Stone, Benny Rubin,
1928: [] Tenderloin (Cast), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Dolores Costello, Dorothy Vernon, George E. Stone,
1927: [05.08] Jewish Prudence (Cast: Rent Collector (/xx/) ), Directed by Leo McCarey, with Max Davidson, Johnny Fox, Martha Sleeper,
1926: [12.25] The Third Degree (Cast: Detektiv), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Michael Vavitch, , Tom Santschi,
1923: [] Bag and Baggage (Cast), Directed by Finis Fox, with Paul Weigel, Doreen Turner, John Roche,
1922: [12.24] Captain Fly-by-Night (Cast: Gomez), Directed by William K. Howard, with , Francis McDonald, Shannon Day,
1922: [12.01] Deserted at the Altar (Cast: The Other Man), Directed by Albert H. Kelley, William K. Howard, with Tully Marshall, Bessie Love, William Scott,
1922: [05.20] One Clear Call (Cast: Starnes), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Milton Sills, , Henry B. Walthall,
1922: [01.02] The Song of Life (Cast: Police Inspector ), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Gaston Glass, Grace Darmond, Georgia Woodthorpe,
1921: [10.23] There are no villains (Cast: Dugall), Directed by Bayard Veiller, with Viola Dana, Gaston Glass, Edward Cecil,
1921: [09.19] The Match-Breaker (Cast: Detective ), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Wedgwood Nowell, Viola Dana, Jack Perrin,
1921: [03.28] Puppets of Fate (Sorrontina (Working title)) (Cast: Bobs), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Viola Dana, Francis McDonald, Jackie Saunders,
1920: [10.04] Blackmail (Cast: Police Inspector ), Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald, with Viola Dana, Alfred Allen, ,
1920: [03.00] Alias Jimmy Valentine (Cast), Directed by Edmund Mortimer, Arthur D. Ripley, with Bert Lytell, Vola Vale, Eugene Pallette,
1920: [01.00] The Third Generation (Cast: Brody), Directed by Henry Kolker, with Betty Blythe, Mahlon Hamilton, Jack Pratt,
1919: [04.21] The Fire Flingers (Cast: Sgt. Powers), Directed by Rupert Julian, with Rupert Julian, E. Alyn Warren, Clyde Fillmore,
1919: [03.17] The Light of Victory (Cast: Captain Eric von Prohme), Directed by William Wolbert, with Monroe Salisbury, Bob Emmons, ,
1918: [10.13] The Yellow Dog (Cast: Max Kummich), Directed by Colin Campbell, with Arthur Hoyt, Antrim Short, Clara Horton,
1918: [09.23] A Society Sensation (The Borrowed Duchess (Working title)) (Cast: Jim), Directed by Paul Powell, with Carmel Myers, Rudolph Valentino, Lydia Yeamans Titus,
1918: [07.06] The Empty Cab (Cast: The Detective ), Directed by Douglas Gerrard, with Franklyn Farnum, Eileen Percy, ,
1918: [04.22] The Purple Lily (Director: (AKA Fred A. Kelsey)), with Kitty Gordon, Frank Mayo, Muriel Ostriche,
1917: [07.17] Six-Shooter Justice (Director: (AKA Fred A. Kelsey)), with Harry Carey, Claire du Brey, William Steele,
1917: [07.07] The Wrong Man (Director), with Harry Carey, , Vester Pegg,
1917: [06.05] The Almost Good Man (Director: (AKA Fred A. Kelsey) ), with Claire du Brey, Harry Carey, Frank MacQuarrie,
1917: [05.22] A 44-Calibre Mystery (Sure-Shot Morgan) (Director: (AKA Fred A. Kelsey)), with Harry Carey, Claire du Brey, Frank MacQuarrie,
1917: [05.15] The Honor of an Outlaw (Director), with Harry Carey, Claire du Brey, T.D. Crittenden,
1917: [04.10] Hair-Trigger Burke (Scenario), Directed by N. N., with Harry Carey, Claire du Brey, Ted Brooks,
1917: [03.26] The Fighting Gringo (Red Saunders Plays Cupid) (Director: (AKA Fred A. Kelsey) ), Directed by John Ford, with Harry Carey, Claire du Brey, George Webb,
1917: [03.10] The Drifter (Director), with Harry Carey, Claire du Brey,
1917: [01.17] A Slave of Fear (Director: (AKA Fred A. Kelsey)), with Millard K. Wilson, Jane Bernoudy,
1917: [01.06] How to Be Happy Though Married (Director: (AKA Fred A. Kelsey)), with Agnes Vernon, Millard K. Wilson, Jay Belasco,
1915: [08.28] A bold impersonation (Director: as Fred A. Kelsey ), with Olga Grey, Erich von Ritzau, Karl Formes,
1914: [01.05] His Lesson (Cast: Participant in Mob Scene (/xx/) ), Directed by George Siegmann, with George Siegmann, Billie West, Vester Pegg,
1914: [05.30] Silent Sandy (Cast: Silent Sandy), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Dorothy Gish,
1913: [11.29] An Accidental Clue (Cast: Ike (AKA H. Kelsley)), Directed by Albert W. Hale, with Ernest Joy, Belle Bennett, Eugene Pallette,
1913: [07.25] Marooned (Cast: The Escaped Crook (as Fred A. Kelsey) ), Directed by James Kirkwood, with James Kirkwood, Gertrude Robinson, Howard Crampton,

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