Harry Fleer

Harry Fleer (March 26, 1916 October 14, 1994) was an American actor.[1] He appeared in more than sixty films and television shows between 1955 and 1994.

Harry Fleer
Born(1916-03-26)March 26, 1916
Quincy, Illinois, United States
DiedOctober 14, 1994(1994-10-14) (aged 78)
OccupationActor
Years active1955–1994

Fleer was cast six times from 1957 to 1960 on the syndicated television anthology series, Death Valley Days, hosted by Stanley Andrews. In "The Camel Train" (1957), he played Secretary of War Jefferson Davis, who commissions an experiment of using camels in the southwestern desert country headed by Lieutenant Edward Fitzgerald Beale, played by Stanley Lachman. Later, he was Wyatt Earp in "Birth of a Boom" (1958).[2]

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1956Three Brave MenKeatingUncredited
1957The UnearthlyHarry Jedrow
1957Band of AngelsAideUncredited
1957The Devil's HairpinCustomerUncredited
1958From Hell to TexasCowpuncherUncredited
1959The Cosmic ManBill, the Park Ranger
1960Heller in Pink TightsGamblerUncredited
1960TormentedFrank Hubbard
1961Atlantis, the Lost ContinentGovernor of ScienceUncredited
1961Devil's PartnerJohn Winters
1963The Gun HawkCurly
1963Shock CorridorAttendant
1964Viva Las VegasSon of the Lone Star StateUncredited
1965Dear BrigitteT-ManUncredited
1965MiragePassengerUncredited
1966Made in ParisMathewsUncredited
1966The Rare BreedBarlerUncredited
1966The OscarDirectorUncredited
1966The SwingerCopUncredited
1967Divorce American StyleBank GuardUncredited
1967The Big MouthMale NurseUncredited
1967Who's Minding the Mint?DoormanUncredited
1969The Wrecking CrewPolice OfficerUncredited
1969The ComicCopUncredited
1970Triangle
1994Little GiantsOrville
1994The St. Tammany MiracleSam

References

  1. "Harry Fleer profile". NY Times. Retrieved April 10, 2014.
  2. "Harry Fleer". Internet Movie Data Base. Retrieved August 25, 2018.


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