The day of birth of Frederick Y. Smith is not on record. He is an American Editor, known for Trith about youth (1930), Another thin man (1939), Petticoat Fever (1936), Frederick Y. Smith's first movie on record is from 1930. His last motion picture on file dates from 1939.
Frederick Y. Smith Filmography [Auszug]
1939:  Another thin man (The Return of the Thin Man) (Editor), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, with Alexander D'Arcy, Sheldon Leonard, Otto Kruger,
1938:  Dramatic School (Editor), Directed by Robert B. Sinclair, with , John Hubbard, Virginia Grey,
1937:  Big City (Skyscraper Wilderness) (Editor), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Regis Toomey, Luise Rainer, Eddie Quillan,
1937: [06.04] Parnell (Editor), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Edna May Oliver, Alan Marshal, Myrna Loy,
1936:  The Devil Doll (Editor), Directed by Tod Browning, with , Grace Ford, Pedro de Cordoba,
1936: [03.20] Petticoat Fever (Editor), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with Irving Bacon, , Winifred Shotter,
1930: [/ /1] Trith about youth (Editor), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Yola d'Avril, Ray Hallor, Myrna Loy,
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