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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Felix E. Feist (February 28, 1910 - September 2, 1965) was a film and television director born in New York City. Feist was the son of MGM sales executive, Felix F. Fiest (1884–1936), and nephew of publishing house magnate, Leo Feist. He was educated at Columbia University. He is probably best remembered today for Deluge (1933), for writing and directing the film noirs The Devil Thumbs a Ride (1947) and The Threat (1949), and helming the second screen version of the Curt Siodmak sci-fi tale Donovan's Brain (1953). He directed Judy Garland and Deanna Durbin in their first significant screen appearances, in the short film Every Sunday. Feist was the adoptive father of noted fantasy author Raymond E. Feist. Description above from the Wikipedia article Felix E. Feist, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
February 28, 1910, New York City, New York, USA
September 2, 1965
1933 DelugeDirector 1934 Strikes and SparesDirector 1936 Every SundayDirector 1939 Prophet Without HonorDirector 1947 The Devil Thumbs a RideDirector and Writer 1949 The ThreatDirector 1950 The Man Who Cheated HimselfDirector 1950 Guilty of TreasonDirector 1951 Tomorrow Is Another DayDirector 1951 The Basketball FixDirector 1952 The Big TreesDirector 1952 This Woman Is DangerousDirector 1952 Battles of Chief PontiacDirector 1953 The Man Behind the GunDirector 1953 Donovan's BrainDirector and ScreenplayLimited to the 15 most popular items