Marjorie Daw

Portrait Marjorie DawActress - USA
Born January 19, 1902 in Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Died March 18, 1979 in Huntington Beach, CA, USA

Mini-Biography:
Marjorie Daw was born on January 19, 1902 in Colorado Springs, CO, USA. She was an American Actress, known for A Knicker-bocker Buckaroo (1919), Spoilers of the West (1927), The passionate adventure (1924), Marjorie Daw's first movie on record is from 1914. Marjorie Daw died on March 18, 1979 in Huntington Beach, CA, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1927.

Marjorie Daw Filmography [Auszug]
1927: [07.24] Topsy and Eva (Cast: Marietta), Directed by Del Lord, Lois Weber, with Rosetta Duncan, Vivian Duncan, Gibson Gowland,
1927: [/ /1] Spoilers of the West (Cast: The Girl), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, with Tim McCoy, William Fairbanks,
1927: [02.20] Why Girls Say No (Cast: Becky Whisselberg), Directed by Leo McCarey, with Max Davidson, Creighton Hale,
1925: [11.23] East Lynne (Cast: Barbara Hare), Directed by Emmett J. Flynn, with Alma Rubens, Edmund Lowe, Lou Tellegen,
1924: [/ /1] The passionate adventure (Cast), Directed by Graham Cutts, with Alice Joyce, Clive Brook, Lillian Hall-Davies,
1924: [06.23] Revelation (Cast: Mademoiselle Brevoort ), Directed by George D. Baker, with Viola Dana, Monte Blue,
1924: [02.10] Gambling Wives (Cast: Ann Forrest ), Directed by Dell Henderson, with Edward Earle, Lee Moran,
1923: [12.16] The Call of the Canyon (Cast: Flo Hunter), Directed by Victor Fleming, with Richard Dix, Lois Wilson,
1923: [07.08] Rupert of Hentzau (Cast: Rosa Holf ), Directed by Victor Heerman, with Bert Lytell, Elaine Hammerstein, Lew Cody,
1921: [12/12] Cheated Hearts (Cast: Muriel Bekkman), Directed by Hobart Henley, with Herbert Rawlinson, Warner Baxter,
1921: [12.11] Fifty Candles (Cast), Directed by Irving Willat, with Bertram Grassby, Ruth King,
1921: [] Experience (Cast: Love), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with , , Lilyan Tashman,
1920: [11.21] (Cast: Ruth Whitely), Directed by Marshall Neilan, John McDermott, with Wesley Barry, Noah Beery, Colleen Moore,
1920: [] The Great Redeemer (Cast), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with John Gilbert,
1919: [/ /1] A Knicker-bocker Buckaroo (Something for everybody) (Cast: Mercedes), Directed by Albert Parker, William A. Wellman, with Ernest Butterworth, Frank Campeau, Edythe Chapman,
1918: [12.08] Arizona (Cast: Bonita), Directed by Albert Parker, with Douglas Fairbanks, Theodore Roberts, Kate Price,
1918: [09.08] He comes up smiling (Cast: Billie Bartlett ), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Douglas Fairbanks, Herbert Standing,
1918: [07.28] Bound in Morocco (Cast: (/xx/) ), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Douglas Fairbanks, Pauline Curley, Edythe Chapman,
1918: [] Say, young fellow! (Cast: The Girl), Directed by Joseph Henabery, with Douglas Fairbanks, Frank Campeau,
1918: [04.15] Mr. Fix-It (Cast: Marjorie Threadwell), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Wanda Hawley, Frank Campeau,
1918: [02.25] Headin' South (Cast), Directed by Allan Dwan, Arthur Rosson, with Douglas Fairbanks, Frank Campeau, Katherine MacDonald,
1917: [12.30] A modern musketeer (D'Artagnan of Kansas) (Cast: Dorothy Moran / Elsie Dodge), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Douglas Fairbanks, Kathleen Kirkham,
1917: [10.07] Conscience (Cast: Madge), Directed by Bertram Bracken, with Gladys Brockwell, Eugenie Forde,
1917: [09.22] Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (Cast: Emma Jane Perkins), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Mary Pickford, Eugene O'Brien, Helen Jerome Eddy,
1917: [06.11] The Jaguar's Claws (Cast: Nancy Jordan), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Sessue Hayakawa, Fritzi Brunette, Tom Moore,
1916: [12.25] Joan the Woman (Cast: Katherine), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Geraldine Farrar, Raymond Hatton, Hobart Bosworth,
1915: [10.18] The Chorus Lady (Cast: Nora O'Brian ), Directed by Frank Reicher, with Cleo Ridgely, Wallace Reid,
1915: [08.09] The Secret Orchard (Cast: Nanette), Directed by Frank Reicher, with Carlyle Blackwell, Sydney Deane,
1915: [04.22] The Captive (Cast: Peasant Girl (/xx/) ), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Blanche Sweet, House Peters, Gerald Ward,
1915: [04.01] The Unafraid (The Unexpected) (Cast: Irenya), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Rita Jolivet, House Peters, Page Peters,
1915: [03.23] The Human Menace (Cast: (AKA Margaret House)), Directed by Wilfred Lucas, with Cleo Madison, Joe King, Edward Sloman,
1915: [01.15] The Warrens of Virginia (Cast: (/xx/) ), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Blanche Sweet, James Neill, Page Peters,
1914: [07.28] The Love Victorious (Cast: Youth), Directed by Wilfred Lucas, with George Larkin, Cleo Madison, Ray Hanford,

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