Marian Marsh

Marian Marsh
Name : Marian Marsh
Birth Date :17 October 1913
Birth Place :Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago
Nationality :NA
Height:NA
Occupation:Actress

Violet Ethelred Krauth, better known by the stage name Marian Marsh, was a Trinidad-born American film actress and later an environmentalist.

Marian Marsh Movies and TV Shows

  • A Desperate Adventure [6 August 1938]

    A Paris artist (Ramon Novarro) meets two sisters (Marian Marsh, Margaret Tallichet), one like the dream-girl in a painting he wants back.

  • A Girl of the Limberlost [15 October 1934]

    A Girl of the Limberlost is a 1934 American drama film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Louise Dresser, Ralph Morgan and Marian Marsh, and was released on October 15, 1934. This is the second film adaption of Gene Stratton-Porter's 1909 novel of the same name.

  • A Man of Sentiment [15 September 1933]

    A Man of Sentiment is a 1933 American pre-Code drama film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Marian Marsh, Owen Moore and Christian Rub.

  • Alias the Doctor [25 February 1932]

    When one brother's failed operation causes the death of a patient, another takes the rap and goes to jail for three years. He comes out and learns that his brother is dead.

  • Beauty and the Boss [9 April 1932]

    Baron, an international banker falls in love with his not so beautiful secretary, Susie and marries her.

  • Come Closer, Folks [7 November 1936 (USA)]

    A fast-talker gets a department store job, where he cons customers into buying inferior items at higher prices.

  • Counterfeit [25 May 1936]

    To gain access to a gang of counterfeiters, a federal agent goes under cover as a killer.

  • Crime and Punishment [22 November 1935 (USA)]

    This movie features Roderick Raskolnikov, a criminology student, who tries to escape his guilt and a brilliant detective, after murdering a pawnbroker.

  • Daring Daughters [25 March 1933]

    Daring Daughters is a 1933 American pre-Code melodrama film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Marian Marsh, Kenneth Thomson, and Joan Marsh, and was released on March 25, 1933.

  • Der verlorene Sohn [6 September 1934]

    The Prodigal Son is a 1934 German drama film directed by Luis Trenker and starring Trenker, Maria Andergast and Bertl Schultes. A South Tyrolean immigrates to New York City, but ultimately finding the U.S. is not for him, returns to his home village. It was made by the German branch of Universal Pictures.

  • Elopement [Jean Daumery]

    A feud erupts in the British hedgerows when a young visitor falls in love with a nasty neighbour's comely daughter.

  • FALSARI ALLA SBARRA [Erle C. Kenton]

  • Five Star Final [26 September 1931]

    Joseph, an editor of a tabloid, goes against his journalistic morals when he tries to stimulate public interest in a 20-year-old murder case in order to raise the circulation of the newspaper.

  • Fugitive from a Prison Camp [5 October 1940]

    An innocent man is arrested during a police raid at a known criminal's bunker.

  • Gentleman from Dixie [2 September 1941]

    An innocent ex-convict (Jack LaRue) re-enters society with help from his little niece (Mary Ruth).

  • Hell's Angels [15 November 1930 (USA)]

    Hell's Angels is a 1930 American pre-Code independent epic war film directed and produced by Howard Hughes, with James Whale directing the dialogue. Written by Harry Behn and Howard Estabrook and starring Ben Lyon, James Hall and Jean Harlow, it was released through United Artists.

  • Hollywood on Parade No. A-5 [Louis Lewyn]

  • Horror en el cuarto negro [Roy William Neill]

  • House of Errors [10 April 1942]

    Two deliverymen learn that enemy agents have set their sights on a newly developed machine gun.

  • I Like It That Way [1 April 1934]

    I Like It That Way is a 1934 American pre-Code musical film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Gloria Stuart, Roger Pryor and Marian Marsh. The film depicts the story of a telephone operator who quits her job to become a singer at a nightclub.

  • In Spite of Danger [8 March 1935]

    In Spite of Danger is a 1935 American action film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Anthony Coldeway. The film stars Wallace Ford, Marian Marsh, Arthur Hohl, Charley Grapewin, Charles Middleton and Edward LeSaint. The film was released on March 8, 1935, by Columbia Pictures.

  • Lady of Secrets [21 February 1936]

    Lady of Secrets is a 1936 American drama film directed by Marion Gering and starring Ruth Chatterton, Otto Kruger and Lionel Atwill.

  • Love at Second Sight [28 September 1934]

    Love at Second Sight is a 1934 British romantic comedy film directed by Paul Merzbach and starring Marian Marsh, Anthony Bushell and Claude Hulbert. It was made at Elstree Studios. The film's sets were designed by the art director David Rawnsley.

  • Missing Daughters [22 May 1939]

    Missing Daughters is a 1939 American action film, directed by Charles C. Coleman. It stars Richard Arlen, Rochelle Hudson, and Marian Marsh.

  • Murder by Invitation [30 June 1941 (USA)]

    Murder claims potential heirs when a wealthy old woman (Sarah Padden) calls for a gathering to discuss her estate.

  • Notorious but Nice [5 August 1933]

    Notorious but Nice is a 1933 pre-Code American sound film drama directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Marian Marsh and Betty Compson. It was produced and distributed by B movie studio Chesterfield Motion Pictures. The film survives, with a copy preserved by The Library of Congress.

  • Over the Garden Wall [June 1934 (United Kingdom)]

    A feud erupts in the British hedgerows when a young visitor falls in love with a nasty neighbour's comely daughter.

  • Picture People No. 1: Stars in Defense [John Brahm]

  • Picture People No. 4: Stars Day Off [Clay Adams]

  • Prison Nurse [1 March 1938]

    Three nurses face an onslaught of stricken patients when an epidemic of typhoid fever breaks out in a state prison.

  • Saturday's Heroes [8 October 1937]

    A college football star rebels against the exploitation of the game and its players.

  • Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 1 [Ralph Staub]

  • Strange Justice [David Jackson, Dick Lowry]

  • Svengali [9 March 1983]

    A rock singer (Jodie Foster) thrives as her need grows for her flamboyant voice coach (Peter O'Toole), who demands discipline.

  • The Black Room [1935]

    Gregor, a murderous ruler, kills his twin brother Anton, so that he can assume his identity and marry Thea, who loves Lussan. But, with Lussan sentenced to death, will he ever reconcile with Thea?

  • The Eleventh Commandment [25 March 1933]

    A woman's faith that love will prevail blocks her stepfather's efforts to ruin her romance.

  • The Girl Thief [Paul Merzbach]

  • The Great Gambini [25 June 1937]

    The Great Gambini is a 1937 American mystery film directed by Charles Vidor and written by Frederick J. Jackson, Frank Partos and Howard Irving Young. The film stars Akim Tamiroff, Marian Marsh, John Trent, Genevieve Tobin, Reginald Denny, Roland Drew and William Demarest.

  • The Mad Genius [7 November 1931]

    Ivan, a crippled puppeteer, adopts Fedor, a young man, and makes him the best ballet dancer. Fedor falls in love with Nana, a dancer in the ballet. Ivan tries to separate them.

  • The Man who Lived Twice [25 September 1936 (USA)]

    A killer (Ralph Bellamy) becomes a famous doctor after a brain surgeon (Thurston Hall) alters his face and mind.

  • The Naughty Flirt [11 January 1931]

    Kay Elliott, a wealthy woman is in love with a young lawyer Alan Ward and announces their engagement but Alan is framed by another woman and Kay believes her story.

  • The Road to Singapore [10 October 1931]

    Hugh Dawltry attempts to woo Philippa Crosby, but she tells him about her impending nuptials to his neighbour, Dr George March. As time flies, she feels neglected by March and grows closer to Hugh.

  • The Sophomore [August 1929 (USA)]

  • The Sport Parade [11 November 1932 (USA)]

    Sandy Brown and Johnny Baker, two friends, graduate from the Dartmouth University as sports stars. They choose different career paths. Their paths clash when they fall in love with Irene Stewart.

  • Under Eighteen [24 December 1931]

    An innocent New Jersey teenager lands in a New Yorker's penthouse with swimming pool.

  • Unknown Woman [Albert S. Rogell]

  • When the Talkies Were Young [Robert Youngson]

  • When's Your Birthday? [19 February 1937]

    When's Your Birthday? is a 1937 American romantic comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont and starring Joe E. Brown. While original prints of this film had a cartoon sequence in Technicolor directed by Bob Clampett and Leon Schlesinger, most surviving prints have the sequence in black-and-white.

  • Whoopee! [30 September 1930]

    In this zany musical, Sally (Eleanor Hunt) loves Wanenis (Paul Gregory), a Native American man, but her father has forbidden her to marry him. Instead, she has been convinced to marry Sheriff Bob Wells (John Rutherford). At the last minute, however, Sally decides she loves Wanenis too much and tricks farmhand Henry Williams (Eddie Cantor) into helping her run away to the ranch of Jerome Underwood (Spencer Charters). When Wells comes looking for Sally, it proves trouble for the oblivious Henry.… MORE

  • Youth on Parole [4 October 1937 (USA)]

    Released from prison, two lovers (Marian Marsh, Gordon Oliver) search for the culprits who framed them.

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QA About Marian Marsh

What is birthdate of Marian Marsh?

- 17 October 1913.

What is BirthPlace of Marian Marsh?

- Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago.

What is Nationality of Marian Marsh?

- NA.

What is Height of Marian Marsh?

- NA.

What is Age of Marian Marsh?

- 107.

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