American film writer and producer who received the Oscar for Ideal Adapted Screenplay in 1994 for the musical Meet up with Me personally in St. Louis. He fulfilled his composing partner John Cherry Monks, Jr. at college in the Virginia Armed service Institute. He and co-writer Irving Brecher both earned the Oscar in 1944 for Meet up with Me in St. Louis. He was wedded to Scottish celebrity and vocalist Ella Logan for quite some time. He co-wrote Meet up with Me In St. Louis, which starred Judy Garland.
|My Boys Are Good Boys||1978||written by|
|The Danny Thomas Hour||1967||TV Series 1 episode|
|Channing||1964||TV Series teleplay & story - 1 episode|
|Kraft Suspense Theatre||1963||TV Series story - 1 episode|
|The Richard Boone Show||1963||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|Alcoa Premiere||1963||TV Series story - 1 episode|
|McHale's Navy||1962||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|Meet Me in St. Louis||1959||TV Movie original screenplay|
|Alcoa Theatre||1957||TV Series episode "Lollipop Louie"|
|General Electric Theater||1956||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|About Face||1952||play "Brother Rat"|
|The Stooge||1951||screenplay / story|
|At War with the Army||1950||written for the screen by|
|Words and Music||1948||writer|
|The Egg and I||1947||written for the screen by|
|Mr. Ace||1946||written by - as Fred Finklehoffe|
|Meet Me in St. Louis||1944||screen play|
|Best Foot Forward||1943||screenplay - as Fred Finklehoffe|
|For Me and My Gal||1942||screenplay - as Fred Finklehoffe|
|Babes on Broadway||1941||original story - as Fred Finklehoffe / screen play - as Fred Finklehoffe|
|Strike Up the Band||1940||screen play - as Fred Finklehoffe|
|Brother Rat and a Baby||1940||original screen play|
|Brother Rat||1938||from the play by|
|The Mad Miss Manton||1938||contributing writer - uncredited|
|Alcoa Theatre||1957||TV Series producer - episode "Lollipop Louie"|
|At War with the Army||1950||producer|
|The Egg and I||1947||producer|
|Mr. Ace||1946||writer: "Now and Then" - uncredited|
|Panama Hattie||1942||sketches - uncredited|
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|1945||Oscar||Academy Awards, USA||Best Writing, Screenplay||Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)||· Irving Brecher|
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