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Frances Buss (1917–2010)

Frances Buss was born on June 3, 1917 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. She was a director and producer, known for It's a Gift (1946), King's Party Line (1946) and Missus Goes A-Shopping (1944). She was married to William Buch. She died on January 19, 2010 in Hendersonville, North Carolina, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

It's a Gift Director
Fashion Magic Director


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Hide Hide Show Show Director (15 credits)
 1952 Wheel of Fortune (TV Series)
 1951 The Whistling Wizard (TV Series)
 1951 The World Is Yours (TV Series documentary)
 1951 Premiere (TV Special)
 1950-1951 Fashion Magic (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- Final Show (1951)
- Premiere (1950)
 1951 It's Up to You (TV Series)
 1951 Winner Take All (TV Series) (2 episodes)
 1951 Winner Take All (TV Series)
 1949 Hold It Please (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Final Show (1949)
- Episode #1.2 (1949)
- Premiere (1949)
 1946 King's Party Line (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Final Show (1946)
- Premiere (1946)
 1946 It's a Gift (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Final Show (1946)
- Premiere (1946)
 1946 Right or Rewrite (TV Series)
 1946 Sorry, Wrong Number (TV Movie)
Show Show Producer (6 credits)
Show Show Self (2 credits)

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William Buch  (his death)

Did You Know?

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I was a camera director, primarily, I moved people around so cameras could show off what needed to be seen to best advantage. See more »


She was the first woman to become a full-time director at the CBS Network. See more »

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