Felix Feist (Director) – Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born

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Felix E. Feist

Felix Ellison Feist was an American film and television director and writer born in New York City.

Born: Felix Ellison Feist, February 28, 1910, New York City, United States
Died: September 02, 1965, Encino, California, United States
Nationality: American
Education: Columbia University, New York
Occupation: Director, writer
Years active: 1930–1965
Spouse(s): Lisa Howard (Divorced)
Children: Raymond (Writer)
IMDb: Felix E. Feist’s IMDb

About Felix Feist

Director of the 1933 and 1953 science fiction films Deluge and Donovan’s Brain. His film noir credits include The Threat and The Devil Thumbs a Ride.

Before Fame

He studied at Columbia University prior to beginning his career in film.

Achievement

His father was an MGM sales executive, and his uncle worked for a publishing house.

Family Life

His stepson was the acclaimed fantasy author Raymond Feist.

Associations

His short film Every Sunday starred Judy Garland.

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Latest information about Felix Feist updated on September 01, 2020.


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