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Felix Mills (1901–1987)

Felix Mills was born on July 28, 1901 in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA as Gordon Mills. He is known for his work on Child Bride (1938), His Girl Friday (1940) and Empty Saddles (1936). He was married to Thelma. He died on April 5, 1987 in Morro Bay, California, USA. See full bio »

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Child Bride
Child Bride Music Department
His Girl Friday
His Girl Friday Composer
Empty Saddles
Empty Saddles Composer
The Return of Chandu
The Return of Chandu Music Department


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 1938 Child Bride (musical director)
 1937 Boss of Lonely Valley (composer: stock music - uncredited)
 1937 Black Aces (composer: stock music - uncredited)
 1937 Sandflow (composer: stock music - uncredited)
 1935 Chandu on the Magic Island (composer: stock music - uncredited)
 1934/II The Return of Chandu (composer: stock music - uncredited)
 1934/I The Return of Chandu (composer: stock music - uncredited)
 1933 The Mind Reader (composer: themes - uncredited)
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 1940 His Girl Friday (uncredited)
 1939 The Amazing Mr. Williams (uncredited)
 1938 Child Bride (uncredited)
 1936 Empty Saddles
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 1934 The Mysterious Mr. Wong (music: "Rhythm Fox Trot" (1928) - uncredited)
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 1941 Picture People No. 4: Stars Day Off (Documentary short)

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Musical director for CBS Radio's "Silver Theater" (1937-1947).

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