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- Jim Beasley
Mr. Macmurray was, I believe, one of the most versatile actors of his time. From likeable Romantic Comedy male lead to slimy murderer (Double Indemnity, 1944) or shallow adulterer ( The Apartment, 1960) he could play nearly any role thrown his way. He was one of the most likeable actors to watch, especially in films like "The Absent Minded Professor", but I liked him as an actor best when he played his most dramatic roles. He somehow just missed out on full Superstar status probably because he blended in so much. But as an actor, that is what we the fans expect. Fred Macmurray was one of the best.
Remember the Night
- John Dellicarpini
Recently viewed this Fred Macmurray Barbara Stanwyck movie for the first time. Delightful and touching Christmas film combining NYC and rural America in the setting of a not so realistic criminal prosecution that brings out the best of the cast in this Preston Spurges beauty. Many thanks for showing it.
- David Jackson
I first discovered Fred MacMurray when I was growing up watching repeats of his '60s TV show, "My Three Sons." As I got older I discovered he had a successful film career. When Mr. MacMurray passed away in 1991, film critic Leonard Maltin paid tribute to Mr. MacMurray during his regular segment on "Entertainment Tonight." He stated that Fred MacMurray may not have always appeared in a great movie, but he always gave a great performance. I couldn't agree more, Mr. MacMurray ALWAYS gave a great performance, whether it was in motion pictures or a role on TV, such as Steve Douglas on "My Three Sons." Performances in film that come to mind are Alice Adams (1935), Double Indemnity (1944), The Egg and I (1947), The Apartment (1960), and Kisses for My President (1964).