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Fred Kelsey
Kelsey in Danger Ahead, 1935
Frederick Alvin Kelsey

(1884-08-20)August 20, 1884
DiedSeptember 2, 1961(1961-09-02) (aged 77)
  • Actor
  • director
  • screenwriter
Years active1911–1958

Frederick Alvin Kelsey (August 20, 1884 – September 2, 1961) was an American actor, film director, and screenwriter.[1]

Kelsey directed one- and two-reel films for Universal Film Manufacturing Company.[2] He appeared in more than 400 films between 1911 and 1958, often playing policemen or detectives. He also directed 37 films between 1914 and 1920. Kelsey was caricatured as the detective in the 1943 MGM cartoon Who Killed Who? directed by Tex Avery. He was born in Sandusky, Ohio and died at the Motion Picture Country Home in Hollywood, California, aged 77.[3]

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Selected filmography

Year Film Role Notes
1917 Blood Money
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Bad Man of Cheyenne
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Outlaw and the Lady
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Drifter
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
Goin' Straight
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Fighting Gringo
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
Hair-Trigger Burke
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Honor of an Outlaw Director, scenario
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
A 44-Calibre Mystery
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Almost Good Man
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Mysterious Outlaw
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Golden Bullet
The Wrong Man
Six-Shooter Justice
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Texas Sphinx
1918 The Purple Lily Director
1924 The Night Hawk
Credited as Fred A. Kelsey
The Yankee Consul as Agent John J. Doyle
1925 Smooth as Satin
1926 Cruise of the Jasper B Bailiff Uncredited
Atta Boy Detective
1927 Soft Cushions The Police
The Gorilla
1928 Ladies' Night in a Turkish Bath Detective
1929 Wrong Again
The Fall of Eve
The Faker
1930 The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case Chief of Detectives
Murder on the Roof
Men Without Law Deputy Sheriff Jeff
1931 Young Donovan's Kid Collins Alternative title: Donovan's Kid
1932 The Loud Mouth Max, Manager of Blue Sox
1933 Shadows of Sing Sing Murphy
1934 The Moth Detective Blake
1935 One Frightened Night Sheriff Jenks
Horses' Collars Detective Hyden Zeke Three Stooges short - Uncredited
School for Girls Detective
1937 The Jones Family in Big Business Oil man at well
1939 Tiny Troubles The Judge
1940 The Lone Wolf Strikes
The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady
1941 Dutiful But Dumb Vulgarian Colonel
The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance Dickens
1942 My Favorite Blonde Sam - Policeman
Yankee Doodle Dandy Irish Cop in "Peck's Bad Boy" Uncredited
1943 A Gem of a Jam Policeman
1945 Micro-Phonies Boss Uncredited
If a Body Meets a Body Detective
San Antonio Bartender Uncredited
1946 Monkey Businessmen Smiling Sam McGann Uncredited
The Strange Mr. Gregory Detective Lefert
1951 Havana Rose Policeman
1952 Hans Christian Andersen First Gendarme
O. Henry's Full House Mr. Schultz/Santa Claus
1953 Pardon My Backfire Father Uncredited
1955 The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell Courtroom Extra Uncredited
1958 Auntie Mame Front Row Audience at Play Uncredited
Year Title Role Notes
1952–1955 The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok Various roles 4 episodes
1958 Perry Mason Courtroom Spectator 1 episode, uncredited


  1. ^ "Fred Kelsey". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. 2016. Archived from the original on March 8, 2016.
  2. ^ "At ... the Star". The Daily Chronicle. Illinois, De Kalb. December 3, 1918. p. 5. Retrieved May 29, 2016 – via Open access icon
  3. ^ "Character Actor Fred Kelsey Dies". The Evening Independent. Associated Press. September 5, 1961. p. 10-A. Retrieved May 31, 2016.

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