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Harry Fine (I) (1912–1997)

Harry Fine was born on February 20, 1912 in Dublin, Ireland as Harry Joseph Fine. He was a casting director and producer, known for The Invisible Man (1958), The Liquidator (1965) and The Vampire Lovers (1970). He died in May 1997 in Berkshire, England. See full bio »

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(age 85) in Berkshire, England, UK

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The Invisible Man Casting Director
(1958-1959)
The Liquidator Producer
(1965)
(1970)
Fright Producer
(1971)

Filmography

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 1960-1961 Danger Man (TV Series) (39 episodes)
- Under the Lake (1961)
- Find and Destroy (1961)
- The Actor (1961)
 1958-1959 The Invisible Man (TV Series) (26 episodes)
- The Big Plot (1959)
- Shadow Bomb (1959)
- The Rocket (1959)
- Man in Power (1959)
- The White Rabbit (1959)
 1958-1959 William Tell (TV Series) (37 episodes)
- Undercover (1959)
- The Spider (1959)
- The Traitor (1959)
- The Master Spy (1959)
 1956 The Adventures of the Big Man (TV Series) (16 episodes)
- The Smugglers (1956)
- The Accomplice (1956)
- Edge of Darkness (1956)
- The Door of Gold (1956)
 1954 Patrol Car (TV Series) (1 episode)
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Other Works:

He acted in Mary Manning's play, "Youth's The Season", at the Westminster Theatre in London, England with Jean Anderson and Niall MacGinnis in the cast. Peter Powell was the director.
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