George F. Marion
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George F. Marion, Sr.
George Francis Marion
July 16, 1860
San Francisco, California, U.S.
|Died||November 30, 1945 (aged 85)|
Carmel, California, U.S.
|Burial place||Saint Dominic's Catholic Cemetery, Carmel, California|
Lillian E. Swain
(m. 1894, divorced)
Agnes E. Daly
|Children||3 including George Marion, Jr.|
George F. Marion was born on July 16, 1860 in San Francisco, California, USA as George Francis Marion.
Personal life and deathEdit
Marion married to actress Lillian E. Swain in 1894 and later to Agnes E. Daly in 1896. He died of a heart attack in Carmel, California in 1945, at the age of 85. His son George Marion, Jr. was a famous Hollywood screenwriter.
- Excuse Me (1915) - Porter
- Madame X (1916, director)
- Luke Wins Ye Ladye Faire (1917, Short)
- Go Straight (1921) - Jim Boyd
- Gun Shy (1922) - The Undertaker
- The Girl I Loved (1923) - The Judge
- A Million to Burn (1923) - Old Ben Marlowe
- Anna Christie (1923) - Chris Christopherson
- Bringin' Home the Bacon (1924) - Noel Simms
- On the Go (1925) - Eb Moots
- Straight Through (1925) - Parson Sanderson
- The White Monkey (1925) - Soames Forsyte
- Clothes Make the Pirate (1925) - Jennison
- Tumbleweeds (1925) - Old Man
- The Highbinders (1926) - Wadsworth Ladd
- The Wise Guy (1926) - Horace Palmer
- Rolling Home (1926) - Selectman
- The Gypsy Romance (1926) - Old Man playing Old Gypsy Woman
- Loco Luck (1927) - 'Dad' Perkins (postmaster)
- The King of Kings (1927) - (uncredited)
- Skedaddle Gold (1927) - George F.
- A Texas Steer (1927) - Fishback
- Evangeline (1929) - René La Blanc
- The Isle of Lost Ships (1929) - Old Sea Captain (uncredited)
- The Bishop Murder Case (1929) - Adolph Drukker
- Anna Christie (1930) - Chris Christopherson
- The Big House (1930) - Pop
- The Sea Bat (1930) - Antone
- The Pay-Off (1930) - Mouse
- A Lady's Morals (1930) - Innkeeper
- Man to Man (1930) - Jim McCord - Banker
- Lock, Stock and Barrel (1930) - the bellboy of the hotel Ritz de la Riviera
- Laughing Sinners (1931) - Humpty
- Six Hours to Live (1932) - Prof. Otto Bauer
- Her First Mate (1933) - Sam
- Port of Lost Dreams (1934) - Capt. Morgan Rock
- Rocky Mountain Mystery (1935) - James Ballard
- Death from a Distance (1935) - Jim Gray
- Metropolitan (1935) - Papa Perontelli (final film role)
- "George F. Marion". Internet Broadway Database. The Broadway League. Archived from the original on October 26, 2016. Retrieved January 17, 2021.
- "Anna Christie, Greta Garbo's First Talkie, at Fort and Columbia Today". The Dispatch. Illinois, Moline. March 1, 1930. p. 10. Retrieved January 17, 2021 – via Newspapers.com.
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