Inducted to the Walk of Fame on February 8, 1960 with 1 star. Comments
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February 26,
Shelton, Connecticut, USA
June 12,
James A. Fitzpatrick was a movie producer, director, writer, and narrator, best remembered for making documentaries. After completing training in dramatic arts, he worked, for a while, as a journalist. In 1925, he entered in films by filming travel documentaries for British and American viewers. MGM distributed the series under the umbrella titles "Fitzpatrick Traveltalks" and "The Voice of the Globe". For Paramount, he produced "Vistavision Visits". Many of the movies were in Technicolor. These brief documentaries are often shown on Turner Classic Movies.