Harold Peary
(Movies & TV)
Lupe Velez
(Movies & TV)
Harpo Marx
(Movies & TV)
Lucille Ball
(Movies & TV)
Wall Street Crash of 1929
(Finance and Banking)

See also

Marion Martin

Knowledge Identifier: +Marion_Martin


Marion Martin

American movie and stage actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1909.

Countries: United States (63%), California (25%), Mexico (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Harold Peary, Lupe Velez, Harpo Marx

Linked to: Bethlehem Steel




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Marion Martin was born in 1909 add something


She became an actress after her family fortune was lost in the Wall Street Crash of 1929, and appeared in the Broadway productions "Lombardi Ltd." and "Sweet Adeline" add something


By the late 1940s, her roles were often minor add something


She played secondary roles in three Lupe VĂ©lez "Mexican Spitfire" films in the early 1940s, and was the comic foil for the Marx Brothers in "The Big Store", where the back of her skirt is cut away by Harpo add something


She played a ghost in "Gildersleeve's Ghost", and was the subject of a legendary fistfight between Gildersleeve star Harold Peary and Warner Bros studio mogul Bud Stevens at the Mocambo nightclub in 1943 add something


She appeared in "The Big Street" with Lucille Ball, and in "The Great Mike" at PRC in 1944 add something


Shortly afterward, she made her final film appearance in 1952 add something


She died in 1985 in Santa Monica, California, and was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California add something

Marion Martin died in 1985 add something