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Character actor, Fritz Feld, was born Fritz Feilchenfeld on Oct 15, 1900 in Berlin, Germany. Feld died at the age of 93 on Nov 18, 1993 in Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.

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Fritz Feld Quotes:

Amiot: [Upon hearing about a thief in the opera house] Call the police at once! This must be stopped!
Vereheres: Monsieur, I'm afraid the police can't stop that. It's he.
Amiot: Who?
[VEREHERES begins to make gestures at his nose and chin]
Amiot: Oh, please. Don't start that nonsense again, Vercheres. At your age, you ought to know that there aren't any ghosts.
Vereheres: Monsieur, you are skeptical, but I don't like ghosts. I'm a busy man.
Lecours: What's that?
Amiot: Oh, our brilliant stage manager insists there's a malicious ghost prowling about the Opera. If anything goes wrong, he thinks this ghost did it!
Vereheres: Oh, monsieur...
[to LECOURS, again making gestures to his nose and chin]
Vereheres: He has a long nose, and a big red beard!
Lecours: You make me nervous!


Fritz: Fifteen years I'm married to her and only one boy! Such luck nobody should have! I'm sorry. I,-I,-I,-I don't know what to do! I get so upset I don't know what language I'm talking!


Susan Vance: What would you say about a man who follows a girl around...
Dr. Fritz Lehman: Follows her around...
Susan Vance: ...And then when she talks to him, he fights with her?
Dr. Fritz Lehman: Fights with her... is this young man your fiance?


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Buried at Mount Sinai Memorial Park, Los Angeles, California - Moses Section 16, Lot 6520, Space 2

With Joseph Schildkraut, co-founder of the Hollywood Playhouse theatre.

Playing pretty much the same character in almost all his pictures, Fritz Feld, with his pencil-thin mustache, passed as barons, maitre d', hotel clerks and aristocrats. His famous trademark, usually when his character was incensed, was to "pop" his mouth by slapping it with the palm of his hand to indicate his "superior" annoyance. No one could ever determine his characters' nationality but he can be described as a mixture of "French and Belgianish" or from "somewhere in Europe.".

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