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Close up of American actor Fred MacMurray, while he looking towards the camera with smiling face

Close up of American actor Fred MacMurray, while he looking towards the camera with smiling face
Close up of American actor Fred MacMurray, while he looking towards the camera with smiling face
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Close up of American actor Fred MacMurray, while he looking towards the camera with smiling face
Close up of American actor Fred MacMurray, while he looking towards the camera with smiling face
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Close up of American actor Fred MacMurray, while he looking towards the camera with smiling face Frederick Martin "Fred" MacMurray (August 30, 1908 – November 5, 1991) was an American actor who appeared in more than 100 movies and a successful television series during a career that spanned nearly a half-century, from 1930 to the 1970s. MacMurray is well known for his role in the 1944 film noir Double Indemnity directed by Billy Wilder, in which he starred with Barbara Stanwyck. Later in his career, he became better known worldwide for his performances in numerous Disney films, including The Absent-Minded Professor and The Shaggy Dog, and as Steve Douglas, the widowed patriarch on My Three Sons, which ran on ABC from 1960–1965 and then on CBS from 1965–1972. In 1930, MacMurray recorded as a featured vocalist with the Gus Arnheim Orchestra on "All I Want Is Just One Girl" on the RCA Victor label.[2][3] and with George Olsen on "I'm In The Market For You". Before signing to Paramount Pictures in 1934, he appeared on Broadway in Three's a Crowd (1930–31) and alongside Sydney Greenstreet and Bob Hope in Roberta (1933–34).[4] MacMurray worked with directors Billy Wilder and Preston Sturges and actors Barbara Stanwyck, Humphrey Bogart, Marlene Dietrich and, in seven films, Claudette Colbert, beginning with The Gilded Lily (1935). He co-starred with Katharine Hepburn in Alice Adams (1935), with Joan Crawford in Above Suspicion (1943), and with Carole Lombard in four films: Hands Across the Table (1935), The Princess Comes Across (1936), Swing High, Swing Low (1937), and True Confession (1937). MacMurray was married twice. After suffering from leukemia for more than a decade, MacMurray died from pneumonia in November 1991, aged 83, in Santa Monica. His body was entombed in Holy Cross Cemetery.
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