Actor Harry Fleer

Harry Fleer (March 26, 1916 – October 14, 1994) was an American actor. He appeared in more than sixty films and television shows between 1955 and 1994.

Fleer was cast six times from 1957 to 1960 on the syndicated television anthology series, Death Valley Days, hosted by Stanley Andrews. In “The Camel Train” (1957), he played Secretary of War Jefferson Davis, who commissions an experiment of using camels in the southwestern desert country headed by Lieutenant Edward Fitzgerald Beale, played by Stanley Lachman. Later, he was Wyatt Earp in “Birth of a Boom” (1958).


Year Title Role Notes
1956 Three Brave Men Keating Uncredited
1956 Highway Patrol Patrolman
1957 The Unearthly Harry Jedrow
1957 Band of Angels Aide Uncredited
1957 The Devil’s Hairpin Customer Uncredited
1958 From Hell to Texas Cowpuncher Uncredited
1959 The Cosmic Man Bill, the Park Ranger
1960 Heller in Pink Tights Gambler Uncredited
1960 Tormented Frank Hubbard
1961 Atlantis, the Lost Continent Governor of Science Uncredited
1961 Devil’s Partner John Winters
1961 Bat Masterson Harvey Field
1963 The Gun Hawk Curly
1963 Shock Corridor Attendant
1964 Viva Las Vegas Son of the Lone Star State Uncredited
1965 Dear Brigitte T-Man Uncredited
1965 Mirage Passenger Uncredited
1966 Made in Paris Mathews Uncredited
1966 The Rare Breed Barler Uncredited
1966 The Oscar Director Uncredited
1966 The Swinger Cop Uncredited
1967 Divorce American Style Bank Guard Uncredited
1967 The Big Mouth Male Nurse Uncredited
1967 Who’s Minding the Mint? Doorman Uncredited
1969 The Wrecking Crew Police Officer Uncredited
1969 The Comic Cop Uncredited
1970 Triangle
1994 Little Giants Orville
1994 The St. Tammany Miracle Sam

External Links

Actor Harry Fleer – Wikipedia

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