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Fred F. Finklehoffe

Fred F. Finklehoffe

  • Girl Crazy (1943) August 04 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Meet Me In St. Louis (1944) August 04 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Strike Up the Band (1940) August 04 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • At War With The Army (1950) September 11 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Also Known As: Died: October 5, 1977
Born: February 16, 1910 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Springfield, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Writer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Writer (feature film)

1.
The Stooge (1953) as From a story by
Dean is an unsuccessful broadway performer until his handlers convince him to become an act using a stooge - a guy already positioned in the audience and picked by Dean to be the butt of his jokes - Jerry Lewis. But Jerry begins to steal the show, and helps keep Dean on his toes. Dean's girlfriend and pals tell him to make Jerry an equal partner. Complications occur, while Dean sings and Jerry gets the laughs.
2.
The Stooge (1953) as Screenwriter
Dean is an unsuccessful broadway performer until his handlers convince him to become an act using a stooge - a guy already positioned in the audience and picked by Dean to be the butt of his jokes - Jerry Lewis. But Jerry begins to steal the show, and helps keep Dean on his toes. Dean's girlfriend and pals tell him to make Jerry an equal partner. Complications occur, while Dean sings and Jerry gets the laughs.
3.
At War with the Army (1951) as Written for Screen by
A song-and-dance team have trouble adjusting to Army life.
4.
Words and Music (1948) as Screenwriter
Songwriters Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart search for love while rising to the top.
5.
The Egg and I (1947) as Written for Screen by
Newlywed city slickers decide to give country life a try as chicken farmers.
6.
Mr. Ace (1946) as Orig story and scr
Margaret Wyndham Chase (Sylvia Sidney) wants to run for governor and approches Eddie Ace (George Raft), local political kingmaker/fringe gangster, to get his support. Ace's belief is that "beautiful women and politics do not mix" and he declines to help. She decides to play the game rough-and-tough without him, but he shows he is even rougher-and-tougher, and she gives up and withdraws from the race. But Ace has fallen in love with her at about the 45-minute mark and, with his new-found ardor for clean politics, he makes some (unclean) manipulations behind the scenes, and she is picked to run on an independent good-government ticket.
7.
Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) as Screenwriter
Young love and childish fears highlight a year in the life of a turn-of-the-century family.
8.
Girl Crazy (1943) as Screenwriter
A womanizing playboy finds true love when he's sent to a desert college.
9.
Best Foot Forward (1943) as Screenwriter
A movie star wreaks havoc when she accepts an invitation to a military academy dance.
10.
For Me and My Gal (1942) as Screenwriter
An unscrupulous song-and-dance man uses his partner and his best friend to get ahead.
11.
Babes on Broadway (1942) as Screenwriter
Show-biz hopefuls stage a benefit for an orphanage.
12.
Babes on Broadway (1942) as Original Story
Show-biz hopefuls stage a benefit for an orphanage.
13.
Brother Rat and a Baby (1940) as Orig scr
Three naval cadets graduate and help each other find jobs.
14.
Strike Up the Band (1940) as Orig scr
A high-school band sets out to win a national radio contest.
15.
The Mad Miss Manton (1938) as Contract Writer
A daffy socialite gets her friends mixed up in a murder investigation.

Producer (feature film)

16.
At War with the Army (1951) as Producer
A song-and-dance team have trouble adjusting to Army life.
17.
The Egg and I (1947) as Producer
Newlywed city slickers decide to give country life a try as chicken farmers.

Music (feature film)

18.
Mr. Ace (1946) as Composer
Margaret Wyndham Chase (Sylvia Sidney) wants to run for governor and approches Eddie Ace (George Raft), local political kingmaker/fringe gangster, to get his support. Ace's belief is that "beautiful women and politics do not mix" and he declines to help. She decides to play the game rough-and-tough without him, but he shows he is even rougher-and-tougher, and she gives up and withdraws from the race. But Ace has fallen in love with her at about the 45-minute mark and, with his new-found ardor for clean politics, he makes some (unclean) manipulations behind the scenes, and she is picked to run on an independent good-government ticket.

Production Companies (feature film)

19.
At War with the Army (1951) as Company
A song-and-dance team have trouble adjusting to Army life.

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