Marjorie Reynolds

Highest Rated:
100% Ministry of Fear (1944)
Lowest Rated:
95% Gone With the Wind (1939)
Birthday:
Aug 12
Birthplace:
Buhl, Idaho, USA
Bio:
As a child actress, Marjorie Goodspeed was featured in such silent films as Scaramouche (1923). As a preteen, she acted and danced under the name Marjorie Moore in musicals like Collegiate (1935). Billed as Marjorie Reynolds from 1937 onward, she played bits in A-pictures like Gone With the Wind…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Customs Agent
  • Actor
-- 2011
Treasures of Black Cinema
  • Actor
-- 2005
His Kind of Woman
  • Helen Cardigan
-- 1951
Home Town Story (Hometown Story)
  • Janice Hunt
-- 1951
That Midnight Kiss
  • Mary
-- 1949
Monsieur Beaucaire
  • Princess Maria of Spain
-- 1946
The Time of Their Lives (The Ghost Steps Out)
  • Melody Allen
-- 1946
100% Ministry of Fear
  • Carla Hilfe
-- 1944
Up In Mabel's Room
  • Geraldine Ainsworth
-- 1944
100% Holiday Inn
  • Linda Mason
-- 1942
Star Spangled Rhythm
  • Specialty
-- 1942
Robin Hood of the Pecos
  • Jeanie Grayson
-- 1941
Secret Evidence
  • Linda
-- 1941
Up in the Air
  • Anne
-- 1940
Midnight Limited
  • Joan
-- 1940
Chasing Trouble
  • Susie
-- 1940
Doomed to Die (The Mystery of Wentworth Castle)
  • Bobby Logan
-- 1940
The Fatal Hour
  • Bobby Logan
-- 1940
95% Gone With the Wind
  • Guest at Twelve Oaks
-- 1939
Stunt Pilot
  • Betty Lou
-- 1939
Streets of New York
  • Anne
-- 1939
Sky Patrol
  • Betty Lou
-- 1939
Tailspin Tommy: Danger Flight
  • Betty Lou
-- 1939
Mystery Plane
  • Betty Lou
-- 1939
Abe Lincoln of Ninth Avenue
  • Actor
-- 1939
Mr. Wong in Chinatown
  • Bobby Logan
-- 1939
Rebellious Daughters
  • Claire
-- 1938
Six Shootin' Sheriff
  • Molly
-- 1938
Western Trails
  • Alice
-- 1938
Delinquent Parents
  • Edythe
-- 1938
Tex Rides With the Boy Scouts
  • Norma Willis
-- 1937

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Quotes from Marjorie Reynolds's Characters

    1. Ted Hanover: I like it here... with you and Linda. [to Hardy]
    2. Jim Hardy: answers: And we love having you. When are you leaving?
    3. Francois: How can I stop him sir when I don't know which way is Connecticut!
    4. Jim Hardy: A drink? Boy you were fractured!
    5. Mamie: [about winning Linda back] You could melt her heart right down to butter, if you'd only turn on the heat!
    6. Linda Mason: You sound sweet, but you don't make sense.
    From Holiday Inn. Submitted by rick b (2 years ago)
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