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Fred MacKaye (I) (1905–1988)

Fred MacKaye was born on May 26, 1905 in Maher, Colorado, USA as Frederick McKim Kehr. He was an actor, known for Black Aces (1937), Rustlers of Red Dog (1935) and The Call of the Savage (1935). He was married to Betty and Violet Knights. He died on September 10, 1988 in Cathedral City, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Black Aces
Black Aces Len Stoddard
Rustlers of Red Dog
Rustlers of Red Dog Henchman Snakey
The Call of the Savage
The Call of the Savage Dr. Charles Phillips
Gun Justice
Gun Justice Ken Lance imposter


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 1942 The Valley of Vanishing Men
Townsman (ch 12) (uncredited)
 1942 Raiders of the West
Brown - Gambler (uncredited)
 1937 Submarine D-1
Lieutenant (uncredited)
 1937 Over the Goal
Clay (as Fred McKaye)
 1937 Black Aces
Len Stoddard
 1937 The Firefly
French Soldier (uncredited)
 1937 Black Legion
Third Radio Announcer Breaking Story (uncredited)
 1935 Valley of Wanted Men
Escapee-Describer (uncredited)
 1935 Outlawed Guns
Jim Bradshaw (uncredited)
 1935 The Call of the Savage
Dr. Charles Phillips (as Fredric MacKaye)
 1935 Rustlers of Red Dog
Henchman Snakey (as Fredric MacKaye)
 1934 Smoking Guns
Henchman (uncredited)
 1934 Honor of the Range
Henchman (uncredited)
 1934 Wheels of Destiny
Henchman Red
 1933 Gun Justice
Ken Lance imposter (as Fred McKaye)
 1933 The Trail Drive
John (uncredited)
 1933 King of the Arena
Circus Performer (uncredited)
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 1956 Savage Fury
Dr. Charles Phillips (as Frederic MacKaye)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Played Scrooge's nephew, Fred, in the famous Ronald Colman recording of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol".

Alternate Names:

Frederic MacKaye | Fredric MacKaye | Fred McKay | Frederic McKaye | Fred McKaye


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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Not to be confused with Fred MacKaye, who was born in Hackettstown, New Jersey, and who worked in films from 1927-1929.

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