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Seymour Felix (1892–1961)

Seymour Felix began his showbiz career as a professional dancer in vaudeville at the age of 15. In the 1920s he became a dance director in New York, where he created and staged dance numbers for stage shows like Whoopee, Roaslie, and Hit the Deck. In 1929 he worked briefly in Hollywood (Sunnyside Up (1929) ), and returned there permanently in 1933... See full bio »

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 1955 Our Miss Brooks (TV Series) (musical sequences staged by - 1 episode)
- The Mambo (1955) ... (musical sequences staged by)
 1953 The I Don't Care Girl (choreographer)
 1952 All Star Revue (TV Series) (choreographer - 1 episode)
 1952 Down Among the Sheltering Palms (choreographer)
 1951 Golden Girl (dances stager)
 1951 The Guy Who Came Back (choreographer)
 1950 My Blue Heaven (choreographer - island routine)
 1949 Dancing in the Dark (dances staged by)
 1949 Oh, You Beautiful Doll (choreographer)
 1948 When My Baby Smiles at Me (choreographer)
 1948 Give My Regards to Broadway (dance director)
 1947 Mother Wore Tights (choreographer)
 1946 Three Little Girls in Blue (dance director)
 1946 Do You Love Me (choreographer)
 1945 The Dolly Sisters (choreographer)
 1945 Where Do We Go from Here? (dance director - uncredited)
 1944 Greenwich Village (dance stager)
 1944 Atlantic City (choreographer)
 1944 Cover Girl (choreographer - uncredited) / (dance numbers staged by)
 1943 Dixie (choreographer)
 1942 Yankee Doodle Dandy (dance numbers staged and directed by)
 1940 Tin Pan Alley (dance stager)
 1940 Lillian Russell (dances staged by)
 1939 Rose of Washington Square (dances staged by)
 1939 Broadway Serenade (stager: "High Flyin'" and "Madame Butterfly" numbers)
 1938 Alexander's Ragtime Band (dances staged by)
 1938 Joy of Living (supervisor: dance novelty routines - uncredited)
 1938 Everybody Sing (stager: "Quainty, Dainty Me")
 1937 Vogues of 1938 (choreographer: Cotton Club and fall show)
 1937 Hollywood Party (Short) (choreographer - uncredited)
 1937 On the Avenue (dances staged by)
 1936 After the Thin Man (dance stager)
 1936 The Great Ziegfeld (stager: dances and ensembles)
 1935 The Girl Friend (choreographer)
 1934 Hollywood Party (arranger: dance numbers)
 1933 The Prizefighter and the Lady (vaudeville sketch by)
 1929 Sunnyside Up (choreographer)
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Stage Play: Strike Me Pink. Musical revue. Sketches by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. Additional dialogue by Mack Gordon, Jack McGowan and Richard Jerome. Lyrics by Lew Brown. Music by Ray Henderson. Musical Director: Al Goodman. Music orchestrated by Edward Powell. Entire production supervised by Ray Henderson and Lew Brown. Sketches ... See more »

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