Fritz Feld

Biography

Fritz Feld was born on October 15, 1900 in Berlin, Germany as Fritz Feilchenfeld. He is known for his work on Bringing Up Baby (1938), Barefoot in the Park (1967) and Hello, Dolly! (1969). He was married to Virginia Christine. He died on November 18, 1993 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

65 titles Acting

5.3

Homer and Eddie

1989 · Mortician

7.3

Barfly

1987 · Bum

6.2

Heidi's Song

1982 · Sebastian

6.9

History of the World: Part I

1981 · Maitre 'D - The Roman Empire

4.9

Herbie Goes Bananas

1980 · Chief Steward

5.9

The World's Greatest Lover

1977 · Tomaso Abalone

6.3

Freaky Friday

1976 · Mr. Jackman

6.7

Silent Movie

1976 · Maitre d'

6.0

The Strongest Man in the World

1975 · Uncle Frederick

7.2

The Sunshine Boys

1975 · Mr. Gilbert

5.6

Herbie Rides Again

1974 · Maitre d'

6.7

The Comic

1969 · Armand

7.2

Hello, Dolly!

1969 · Rudolph's Assistant

6.1

The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes

1969 · Sigmund Van Dyke

7.0

Barefoot in the Park

1967 · Restaurant Proprietor

5.2

Promises! Promises!

1963 · Ship's Doctor

6.8

Who's Minding the Store?

1963 · Irving Catastrophe

5.6

4 for Texas

1963 · Fritz

7.3

Pocketful of Miracles

1961 · Pierre

6.5

The Ladies Man

1961 · Hairdresser

6.5

The Errand Boy

1961 · Busby - Roaring 20's Director

5.2

Juke Box Rhythm

1959 · Ambrose

6.2

Up In Smoke

1957 · Dr. Bluzak

7.0

Paris Playboys

1954 · Marcel, Maitre d'

6.6

Riding Shotgun

1954 · Fritz

5.4

Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick

1952 · Headwaiter

5.6

Kentucky Jubilee

1951 · Rudolph Jouvet

6.8

Missing Women

1951 · Pierre (hairdresser)

6.7

Appointment with Danger

1950 · Window Dresser

7.2

Trouble Makers

1949 · Mr. Andre Schmidtlap - Hotel Manager

6.5

The Lovable Cheat

1949 · Monsieur Louis

6.8

Mexican Hayride

1948 · Professor Ganzmeyer

7.0

Julia Misbehaves

1948 · Pepito

6.8

You Gotta Stay Happy

1948 · Pierre

7.1

The Noose Hangs High

1948 · Psychiatrist

6.4

If You Knew Susie

1948 · Chez Henri

6.0

Carnival in Costa Rica

1947 · Hotel Clerk

7.0

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

1947 · Anatole

6.8

Fun on a Weekend

1947 · Sergei Stroganoff

6.5

Her Sister's Secret

1946 · Wine Salesman

5.5

The Catman of Paris

1946 · Prefect of Police

6.8

I've Always Loved You

1946 · Nicholas Kavlun

5.8

George White's Scandals

1945 · Montescu

7.2

The Great John L.

1945 · Claire's manager

5.9

Knickerbocker Holiday

1944 · Poffenburgh

6.3

Passport to Destiny

1944 · Chief Janitor

7.2

Ever Since Venus

1944 · Michele

6.5

Phantom of the Opera

1943 · Lecours

7.7

Henry Aldrich Swings It

1943 · Josef Altman

7.2

Holy Matrimony

1943 · Critic

5.9

Iceland

1942 · Herr Tegnar

5.9

Shut My Big Mouth

1942 · Robert Oglethorpe

5.5

Four Jacks and a Jill

1942 · Mr. Hoople

6.4

Maisie Gets Her Man

1942 · Professor Orco

6.1

The Mexican Spitfire's Baby

1941 · Pierre Gaston de la Blanc

6.8

World Premiere

1941 · Field Marshal Muller

5.7

Three Sons o' Guns

1941 · Stage Director

6.9

I Was an Adventuress

1940 · Henri Gautier

6.6

It's a Date

1940 · Oscar, the Headwaiter

5.2

Millionaire Playboy

1940 · 'G.G.' Gorta

7.1

Victory

1940 · Signor Makanoff

7.4

Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me!

1940 · Forsythe

Sandy Is a Lady

1940 · Mario

6.6

Little Old New York

1940 · Tavern Keeper

6.9

At the Circus

1939 · Jardinet

6.6

Idiot's Delight

1939 · Pittatek

6.1

Everything Happens at Night

1939 · Gendarme

7.0

When Tomorrow Comes

1939 · Nicholas

6.8

I'll Give a Million

1938 · Max Primerose

5.6

Go Chase Yourself

1938 · Count Pierre Fountaine de Louis-Louis

5.9

Gold Diggers in Paris

1938 · Luis Leoni

8.0

Bringing Up Baby

1938 · Fritz Lehman

6.2

The Affairs of Annabel

1938 · Vladimir

6.3

Campus Confessions

1938 · 'Lady MacBeth'

6.5

Artists and Models Abroad

1938 · Dubois

6.4

Lancer Spy

1937 · Fritz Mueller

7.4

True Confession

1937 · Butler

6.3

I Met Him in Paris

1937 · Swiss Hotel Clerk

4.8

Expensive Husbands

1937 · Herr Meyer, Hotel Director

6.5

Hollywood Hotel

1937 · The Russian

7.2

Tovarich

1937 · Martelleau

Black Magic

1929 · James Fraser

7.0

Broadway

1929 · Mose Levett

5.0

One Hysterical Night

1929 · Paganini

5.8

A Ship Comes In

1928 · Sokol

8.0

The Last Command

1928 · A revolutionist