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Faith Kruger (1889–1971)

Faith Kruger was born on July 11, 1889 in Minnesota, USA. She is known for Brigadoon (1954), Life with Father (1947) and 5 Fingers (1952). She died on December 5, 1971 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Thu, Aug 18 7:15 PM PDT on KCOPDT3 (1261)

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Known For

Brigadoon Background Singer
Life with Father Hilda - Maid
5 Fingers German Singer
The Big Store Singer


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 1954 Brigadoon
Background Singer (uncredited)
 1953 Crime Wave
Salvation Army Singer (uncredited)
 1952 5 Fingers
German Singer (uncredited)
 1947 My Wild Irish Rose
Wife (uncredited)
 1947 The Unsuspected
Woman (uncredited)
 1947 Life with Father
Hilda - Maid (uncredited)
 1943 Around the World
Singer (uncredited)
 1943 Du Barry Was a Lady
Singer (uncredited)
 1942 Seven Sweethearts
Specialty Bit in "Little Tingle Tangle Toes" Number (uncredited)
 1942 Home in Wyomin'
Fay McKenzie Singing Voice (uncredited)
 1942 Heart of the Rio Grande
Fay McKenzie Singing Voice (uncredited)
 1942 Born to Sing
Specialty - 'Ballad for Americans' (uncredited)
 1942 Cowboy Serenade
Fay McKenzie Singing Voice (uncredited)
 1941 Sierra Sue
Fay McKenzie Singing Voice (uncredited)
 1941 The Chocolate Soldier
Solo Bit in 'Seek the Spy' Sequence (uncredited)
 1941 Down Mexico Way
Fay McKenzie Singing Voice (uncredited)
 1941 The Big Store
Singer (uncredited)
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 1939 The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (singing voice: Olivia de Havilland - uncredited)
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 1939 The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (performer: "Love's Answer" - uncredited)

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