Fred MacMurray

Fred MacMurray

Portrait Fred MacMurray, Archiv KinoTVActor, Producer - USA
Born August 30, 1908 in Kankakee, Illinois, USA
Died November 5, 1991 in Santa Monica, California, USA

Fred MacMurray was born under the given name Fredrick Martin MacMurray on August 30, 1908 in Kankakee, Illinois, USA. He was an American Actor, Producer, known for The Caine Mutiny (1954), The Absent-minded Professor (1961), Callaway went thataway (1951), Fred MacMurray's first movie on record is from 1929. He was married to Lillian Wehmhoener (1936-1953) and June Haver (1954-1991). Fred MacMurray died on November 5, 1991 in Santa Monica, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1978.

Biographical Notes
Schauspieler des amerikanischen Films

FilmographyFilmography [Auszug]
1978: The Swarm (Cast: Mayor Clarence ), Directed by Irwin Allen, with Michael Caine, Katharine Ross, Richard Widmark,
1975: Beyond the Bermuda Triangle (Cast: Harry Ballinger ), Directed by William A. Graham, with Sam Groom, Donna Mills,
1974: The Chadwick Family (Cast: Ned Chadwick ), Directed by David Lowell Rich, with Kathleen Maguire, Darleen Carr,
1973: Charley and the Angel (Cast: Charles Appleby), Directed by Vincent McEveety, with Cloris Leachman,
1967: The Happiest Millionaire (Cast: Father), Directed by Norman Tokar, with Greer Garson, Gladys Cooper,
1966: Follow me Boys (Cast: Lemuel Siddons), Directed by Norman Tokar, with Kurt Russell, Donald May,
1964: Kisses for My President (Cast), Directed by Curtis Bernhardt, with Polly Bergen, ,
1963: The Toupee (Cast: Steve Douglas), Directed by Gene Reynolds, with William Frawley, Tim Considine,
1962: Son of flubber (Cast), Directed by Robert Stevenson, with Tommy Kirk, Nancy Olson,
1962: Bon Voyage ! (Cast: Harry Willard), Directed by James Neilson, with Jane Wyman, Michael Callan, Kevin Corcoran,
1961: The Absent-minded Professor (Cast), Directed by Robert Stevenson, with Tommy Kirk, Elliott Reid,
1960: The Apartment (Cast: Jeff D. Sheldrake), Directed by Billy Wilder, with Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine,
1960: My Three Sons (Cast: Steve Douglas / Laird Douglas), Directed by Frederick de Cordova, James V. Kern, Gene Reynolds, Peter Tewksbury, Richard Whorf, with Stanley Livingston, ,
1959: The Oregon Trail (Cast: Neal Harris ), with Oscar Beregi jr.,
1959: The shaggy dog (Cast), Directed by Charles T. Barton, with Annette Funicello, Jean Hagen, Tommy Kirk,
1959: Face of a Fugitive (Cast), Directed by Paul Wendkos, with James Coburn, Lin McCarthy,
1957: Quantez (Cast: Gentry / John Coventry), Directed by Harry Keller, with Dorothy Malone, James Barton,
1955: The Far Horizons (Cast), Directed by Rudolph Maté, with Barbara Hale, Charlton Heston,
1955: The rains of Ranchipur (Cast: Tom Ransome), Directed by Jean Negulesco, with , Richard Burton,
1954: Woman's world (Cast: Sid), Directed by Jean Negulesco, with June Allyson, Clifton Webb, Van Heflin,
1954: Pushover (Cast), Directed by Richard Quine, with Philip Carey, Kim Novak,
1954: The Caine Mutiny (Cast: Oblt. Leefer), Directed by Edward Dmytryk, with , Walter Anderson, Humphrey Bogart,
1953: Fair Wind to Java (Cast: Capt. Boll), Directed by Joseph Kane, with Vera Ralston, Robert Douglas,
1951: Callaway went thataway (The Star said no) (Cast), Directed by Melvin Frank, Norman Panama, with Howard Keel, Dorothy McGuire,
1950: Borderline (Cast), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Raymond Burr, Roy Roberts,
1949: Oh, You Beautiful Doll (Cast: George Cooper), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Maureen O'Hara, Betty Lynn,
1949: Father Was a Fullback (Cast: George Cooper), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Maureen O'Hara, Betty Lynn,
1948: Family Honeymoon (Abbandonata in viaggio di nozze) (Cast), Directed by Claude Binyon, with Claudette Colbert,
1948: On Our Merry Way (A Miracle can happen) (Cast), Directed by King Vidor, Leslie Fenton, John Huston, George Stevens, with James Stewart, Henry Fonda, Paulette Goddard,
1948: The Miracle of the Bells (Russell Janney's The Miracle of the Bells) (Cast: Bill Dunnigan), Directed by Irving Pichel, with , Frank Sinatra,
1947: The egg and I (Io e l'uovo) (Cast), Directed by Chester Erskine, with Claudette Colbert,
1947: Singapore (Cast), Directed by John Brahm, with Ava Gardner, Richard Haydn,
1945: Pardon my past (Cast: Eddie York / Francis Pemberton), Directed by Leslie Fenton, with Marguerite Chapman, Akim Tamiroff,
1945: Where Do We Go from Here? (Cast: Bill Morgan ), Directed by Gregory Ratoff, with Joan Leslie, June Haver,
1944: Practically yours (Cast), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Claudette Colbert,
1944: Double indemnity (Cast: Walter Neff), Directed by Billy Wilder, with Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson,
1943: No time for love (Cast), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Claudette Colbert,
1942: Take a letter, darling (Green-Eyed Woman) (Cast: Tom Verney), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Kathleen Howard, Rosalind Russell, Macdonald Carey,
1942: The Forest Rangers (Cast: Don Stuart), Directed by George Marshall, with Eugene Pallette, Paulette Goddard, Susan Hayward,
1941: New York Town (Cast), Directed by Charles Vidor, Preston Sturges, with Eric Blore, Mary Martin, Robert Preston,
1941: Virginia (Cast: Stonewall Elliott), Directed by Edward H. Griffith, with Madeleine Carroll, Sterling Hayden,
1940: Little old New York (Cast), Directed by Henry King, with Alice Faye, Richard Greene,
1940: Remember the Night (Cast: John Sargent), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Sterling Holloway, Beulah Bondi,
1937: True confession (Cast: Kenneth Bartlett ), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Carole Lombard, John Barrymore,
1937: The maid of Salem (Cast), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Claudette Colbert,
1937: Champagne Waltz (Cast: Buzzy Bellew ), Directed by A. Edward Sutherland, with Gladys Swarthout, Jack Oakie,
1936: The Bride comes home (Cast), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Claudette Colbert,
1936: The Texas Rangers (Cast), Directed by King Vidor, with Jack Oakie, Jean Parker,
1935: Alice Adams (Cast: Arthur Russell), Directed by George Stevens, with Katharine Hepburn, Evelyn Venable,
1935: The gilded lily (Cast: Peter Dawes), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Claudette Colbert, Ray Milland,
1929: Girls Gone Wild (Cast: Extra (/xx/) ), Directed by Lewis Seiler, with Sue Carol, Nick Stuart, William Russell,

Nachruf in Variety Nov 11, 1991
The Motion Picture Guide, 1992


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