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Fred Fleck (I) (1892–1961)

Fred Fleck was born on June 4, 1892 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an assistant director and production manager, known for Angel Face (1953), Citizen Kane (1941) and The Window (1949). He was married to Helen. He died on November 9, 1961 in North Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Angel Face
Angel Face Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Citizen Kane
Citizen Kane Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
The Window
The Window Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
The Enchanted Cottage
The Enchanted Cottage Second Unit Director or Assistant Director


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 1957 Jet Pilot (assistant director - as Fred A. Fleck)
 1956 It's Always Jan (TV Series) (assistant director - 1 episode)
- Guilty Conscience (1956) ... (assistant director)
 1955 Four Star Playhouse (TV Series) (assistant director - 1 episode)
- Face of Danger (1955) ... (assistant director)
 1955 The Star and the Story (TV Series) (assistant director - 1 episode)
- The Lady's Game (1955) ... (assistant director)
 1955 Stage 7 (TV Series) (assistant director - 1 episode)
- To Kill a Man (1955) ... (assistant director)
 1954 She Couldn't Say No (assistant director - as Fred A. Fleck)
 1953 Merry Mirthquakes (assistant director - as Fred A. Fleck)
 1953 Split Second (assistant director - as Fred A. Fleck)
 1953 Angel Face (assistant director - as Fred A. Fleck)
 1951 Two Tickets to Broadway (assistant director - uncredited)
 1950 Born to Be Bad (assistant director - uncredited)
 1949 Bride for Sale (assistant director)
 1949 The Window (assistant director)
 1945 George White's Scandals (assistant director)
 1945 The Enchanted Cottage (assistant director)
 1944 My Pal Wolf (assistant director)
 1943 The Falcon in Danger (assistant director)
 1942 The Magnificent Ambersons (assistant director - uncredited)
 1941 Playmates (assistant director - as Fred A. Fleck)
 1941 Tom, Dick and Harry (assistant director - as Fred A. Fleck)
 1941 Citizen Kane (second assistant director - uncredited)
 1940 You'll Find Out (assistant director - as Fred A. Fleck)
 1939 That's Right - You're Wrong (assistant director - as Fred A. Fleck)
 1931 Cracked Nuts (assistant director - uncredited)
 1930 Hook Line and Sinker (assistant director - uncredited)
 1930 Leathernecking (assistant director - as Frederick Fleck)
 1930 Dixiana (assistant director - uncredited)
 1930 Hell's Angels (assistant director - uncredited)
 1929 Hit the Deck (assistant director - as Frederick Fleck)
 1928 The Ridin' Renegade (assistant director - as Frederick Fleck)
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Show Show Director (2 credits)
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Show Show Actor (1 credit)
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