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Eddie Fields (I) (–1962)

Eddie Fields was an actor, known for Silent Partner (1944), Prisoners of the Casbah (1953) and Road to the Big House (1947). He died in May 1962. See full bio »

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Known For

Silent Partner
Silent Partner Tony, the Junkman
(1944)
Prisoners of the Casbah
(1953)
Road to the Big House
Road to the Big House Marty Kelvin
(1947)
End of the Road
End of the Road Joe Ferrari
(1944)

Filmography

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 1957-1958 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Photographer
- San Fernando's Showboat (1957) ... Photographer
 1953 Prisoners of the Casbah
Abdullah (as Eddy Fields)
 1953 Salome
Politician (uncredited)
 1952 Gang Busters (TV Series)
Eric
- The Phantom (1952) ... Eric (as Eddy Fields)
 1950 Gambling House
Fat Man Pickpocket (uncredited)
 1947 Road to the Big House
Marty Kelvin
 1944 End of the Road
Joe Ferrari (as Eddy Fields)
 1944 The Mask of Dimitrios
Train Conductor (uncredited)
 1944 Silent Partner
Tony, the Junkman (as Eddy Fields)
 1939 The Big Guy
Prisoner (uncredited)
 1939 Missing Evidence
Workman (uncredited)
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