Felix E. Feist
Felix Ellison Feist (February 28, 1910 - September 2, 1965) was a film and television director born in New York City.
He is probably best remembered for Deluge (1933), for writing and directing the film noirs The Devil Thumbs a Ride (1947) and The Threat (1949), and for helming the second screen version of the Curt Siodmak sci-fi tale Donovan's Brain (1953), which starred Nancy Davis before she became Nancy Reagan.
Feist was the adoptive father of noted fantasy author Raymond E. Feist.
^ I Credited for the lyrics of "Lo-Lo"
^ II Credited for the screenplay
^ III Credited as a composer
^ IV Credited as a writer
^ V Uncredited
^ VI Credited for the story
^ VII Credited for the original screenplay
|1953||The Revlon Mirror Theater||"Lullaby"||Yes|
|General Electric Theater||"The Eye of the Beholder"||Yes|
|1956||Star Stage||"The Mountain That Moved"||Yes|
|Telephone Time||"The Man in the Black Robe"||Yes|
|1956–1957||Zane Grey Theater||5 episodes||Yes|
|1957||Highway Patrol||"Gem Robbery"||Yes|
|Tombstone Territory||unknown episodes||Yes|
|1958||Sea Hunt||"Sixty Feet Below"||Yes|
|Harbourmaster||"Strangers in Town"||Yes|
|The Texan||unknown episodes||Yes|
|1958–1959||The Californians||5 episodes directed, 3 episodes produced||Yes||Yes|
|1959||The Deputy||"Back to Glory"||Yes|
|1960||Bonanza||"Blood on the Land"||Yes|
|1960–1961||Adventures in Paradise||17 episodes||Yes|
|1961–1962||Follow the Sun||2 episodes||Yes|
|1962||Bus Stop||"Verdict of 12"||Yes|
|1964||Peyton Place||unknown episodes||Yes|
|1964–1965||Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea||6 episodes||Yes|
|1965||The Outer Limits||"The Probe"||Yes|
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