Fred MacMurray Movies List

Fred MacMurray
Fred MacMurray
Kankakee, Illinois, USA
Grand Old Girl

Actor Fred MacMurray Filmography

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Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
Director: George Gipe
Music Director: Michael Chapman
Release date: 21-05-1982
The Swarm
The Swarm ( English )
Music Director: Arell Blanton
Release date: 14-07-1978
The Happiest Millionaire
Artist: Fred MacMurray , Tommy Steele , Greer Garson , Geraldine Page , Gladys Cooper
Director: Norman Tokar
Release date: 30-06-1967
Follow Me, Boys!
Follow Me, Boys! ( English )
Artist: Fred MacMurray , Vera Miles , Lillian Gish , Charles Ruggles , Elliott Reid
Director: Louis Pelletier
Release date: 01-12-1966
Kisses For My President
Artist: Fred MacMurray , Polly Bergen , Eli Wallach , Arlene Dahl , Edward Andrews
Director: Curtis Bernhardt
Music Director: Bronislau Kaper
Release date: 21-08-1964
Son of Flubber
Son of Flubber ( English )
Artist: Fred MacMurray , Ed Wynn , Charles Ruggles , Leon Ames , Ken Murray
Director: Bill Walsh
Music Director: Edward Colman
Release date: 16-01-1963
Bon Voyage!
Bon Voyage! ( English )
Director: James Neilson
Release date: 17-05-1962
The Absent-Minded Professor
Artist: Fred MacMurray , Nancy Olson , Keenan Wynn , Tommy Kirk , Leon Ames
Director: Bill Walsh
Release date: 16-03-1961
Piso de soltero
Piso de soltero ( English )
Artist: Jack Lemmon , Shirley MacLaine , Fred MacMurray , Ray Walston , Jack Kruschen
Director: Billy Wilder
Music Director: Adolph Deutsch
Release date: 15-06-1960
Face of a Fugitive
Face of a Fugitive ( English )
Artist: Fred MacMurray , Lin McCarthy , Dorothy Green , Alan Baxter , Myrna Fahey
Director: Paul Wendkos
Music Director:
Release date: 01-05-1959
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Fred MacMurray Biography

Born to Maleta Martin and Frederick MacMurray (concert violinist). Fred sang and played in orchestras to earn tuition. He was educated at Carroll College, Wis. Fred played with a Chicago orchestra for more than a year. Then he joined an orchestra in Hollywood where he played, did some recording and played extra roles. He then joined a comedy stage band, California Collegians, and went to New York. There he joined "Three's A Crowd" revue on Broadway and on the road. After this show closed, he returned to California and worked in vaudeville. He played the vaudeville circuits and night clubs until cast for major role in "Roberta". Signed by Paramount in 1935. MacMurray was raised in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin from the age of 5, eventually graduating from Beaver Dam High School (currently the site of Beaver Dam Middle School), where he was a 3-sport star in football, baseball, and basketball. Fred retained a special place in his heart for his small-town Wisconsin upbringing, referring at any opportunity in magazine articles or interviews to the lifelong friends and cherished memories of Beaver Dam, even including mementos of his childhood in several of his films. In "Pardon my Past" (1945), Fred and fellow GI William Demarest are moving to Beaver Dam, WI to start a mink farm.

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