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|
|Education:||Columbia University, New York|
|Spouse(s):||Lisa Howard (Divorced)|
|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.
He studied at Columbia University prior to beginning his career in film.
His father was an MGM sales executive, and his uncle worked for a publishing house.
His stepson was the acclaimed fantasy author Raymond Feist.
His short film Every Sunday starred Judy Garland.
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