Marcia Mae Jones Movies List

Marcia Mae Jones
Marcia Mae Jones
Los Angeles - California - USA
The Bishop Murder Case

Actor Marcia Mae Jones Filmography

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The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe
Artist: Robert Walker , Jr. , Cesar Romero , Tom Drake , Carol Ohmart
Director: Glen Hartford
Release date: 29-07-1974
The Way We Were
The Way We Were ( English )
Director: Sydney Pollack
Music Director: Marvin Hamlisch
Release date: 17-10-1973
A Great American Tragedy
Artist: George Kennedy , Vera Miles , William Windom , Sallie Shockley , Kevin McCarthy
Director: J. Lee Thompson
Music Director: George Duning
Release date: 18-10-1972
The Star
The Star ( English )
Director: Stuart Heisler
Release date: 11-12-1952
Chicago Calling
Chicago Calling ( English )
Director: John Reinhardt
Music Director: Heinz Roemheld
Release Year: 1952
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady
Director: David Butler
Music Director: Ray Heindorf
Release date: 30-03-1950
Arson, Inc.
Arson, Inc. ( English )
Artist: Robert Lowery , Anne Gwynne , Edward Brophy , Marcia Mae Jones , Douglas Fowley
Director: William Berke
Music Director: Raoul Kraushaar
Release date: 24-06-1949
Street Corner
Street Corner ( English )
Artist: Joseph Crehan , Marcia Mae Jones , Jean Fenwick , Don Brodie , John Treul
Director: Albert H. Kelley
Release date: 03-12-1948
Lady in the Death House
Artist: Jean Parker , Lionel Atwill , Douglas Fowley , Marcia Mae Jones , Robert Middlemass
Director: Steve Sekely
Music Director: Jan Gray
Release date: 15-03-1944
The Youngest Profession
Director: Edward Buzzell
Release date: 26-02-1943
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Marcia Mae Jones Biography

Marcia Mae Jones was born on August 1, 1924, to an acting family. Her mother, Freda Jones, was an actress, and all three of her siblings - Margaret Jones, Macon Jones, and Marvin Jones - were child actors. But Marcia Mae had the most successful career, and she was the only one of her siblings to become a child star. She made her acting debut when she was just six months old, when director James Cruze saw her in her baby carriage and immediately cast her as the baby in his film Mannequin (1926). Her first major role was in Night Nurse (1931), in which she played a sick child that a sinister hospital staff was trying to murder. By age 10, Marcia Mae had appeared in several dramatic films. In 1936, she played a terrified victim of school bullying in These Three (1936), a role that brought her much attention. In 1937, she played the crippled Klara in Heidi (1937). The film starred two other child actors, Delmar Watson (as with Marcia Mae, all of Delmar's siblings were actors) and Shirley Temple. Despite a four-year age difference, Marcia Mae and Shirley acted well with each other, and they appeared together again in The Little Princess (1939). Besides Shirley Temple and Delmar Watson, Marcia Mae worked with several other child stars of the 1930s, including Jane Withers, Bonita Granville, Jackie Moran, Sybil Jason, and her favorite, Jackie Cooper. Marcia Mae's film career began to slow down in the early 1950s, after which she largely appeared in television roles. Her adult life was marred by the suicide of her second husband, Bill Davenport, and problems with alcohol. She eventually conquered her alcohol dependency and became a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Date of Death 2 September 2007, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California  (pneumonia)

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