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  1. MacMurray and Haver's marriage lasted 37 years, until Fred's death. MacMurray was a businessman who became the fourth-highest-paid citizen in the United States. [8] In 1941, he purchased land in the Russian River Valley in Northern California and established MacMurray Ranch.

  2. Fred MacMurray, Actor: Double Indemnity. Fred MacMurray was likely the most underrated actor of his generation. True, his earliest work is mostly dismissed as pedestrian, but no other actor working in the 1940s and 50s was able to score so supremely whenever cast against type.

  3. Fred MacMurray, der Sohn eines Konzertgeigers, spielte selbst eine Zeitlang Saxophon in verschiedenen Bigbands, unter anderem bei George Olsen. Ab 1930 übernahm er Rollen im Theater . Er schaffte es bis an den Broadway , wo er in dem Musical Roberta mitwirkte.

  4. 05/11/1991 · Actor. Born in Kankakee, Illinois, his family moved to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin by the time he started school. He graduated from Beaver Dam High School where he had made a mark in football, baseball, and basketball earning numerous varsity letters. He earned a full scholarship to Carroll College in Waukesha, Wisconsin,...

  5. The film stars Fred MacMurray, Vera Miles, Lillian Gish, Charles Ruggles and Kurt Russell, and is co-produced by Walt Disney and Winston Hibler, directed by Norman Tokar and written by Louis Pelletier. It is one of the few films featuring the Boy Scouts of America and is Disney's paean to the Boy Scouts. The title song "Follow Me, Boys!"

  6. 31/05/2022 · Billy Wilder only made one proper film noir, but it was a doozy: Double Indemnity is one of the most unrelentingly cynical films the genre produced, with a pair of career-changing performances from Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray and a script by Wilder and Raymond Chandler every bit as black-hearted as James M. Cain's novel Three of a Kind, on which the film was based.

  7. An executive (Fred MacMurray) and his secretary (Paulette Goddard) turn to service, working for lodging in crowded Washington, D.C. during World War II.