Marcia Mae Jones

Highest Rated: 100% Heidi (1937)
Birthday: Aug 1, 1924
Birthplace: Not Available
The daughter of actress Freda Jones, dark-eyed, sad-faced child performer Marcia Mae Jones was an infant when she made her screen bow in Mannequin (1926). There was always an air of tragedy about Marcia Mae; more often than not she played cripples or consumptives who didn't survive past reel five. She was at her best as the terror-stricken Rosalie, the virtual slave of vitriolic Bonita Granville, in These Three (1936). She also proved a good, realistic "opposite" to sweetness'n'light Shirley Temple in Heidi (1937) and A Little Princess. In the 1940s, Jones played grown-up leads in several Monogram and PRC films; she was always worth watching, even when he films were barely tolerable. Latterly billed as Marsha Jones, the actress continued appearing in supporting and minor roles in TV and films until the early 1970s.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Arson Inc. Betty 2006
64% The Way We Were Peggy Vanderbilt 1973
No Score Yet The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe Sarah 1973
No Score Yet Lady in the Death House Suzy Kirk Logan 1944
No Score Yet Secrets of a Co-ed Laura 1942
No Score Yet Let's Go Collegiate Bess Martin 1941
No Score Yet The Gang's All Here Patsy Wallace 1941
No Score Yet Nice Girl? Girl 1941
No Score Yet Haunted House Mildred 1940
No Score Yet Anne of Windy Poplars Jen Pringle 1940
No Score Yet Dr. Kildare's Strange Case Florence 1940
No Score Yet Tomboy Pat Kelly 1940
No Score Yet Meet Dr. Christian Marilee 1939
No Score Yet First Love Maria Parker 1939
88% The Little Princess Lavinia 1939
No Score Yet Barefoot Boy Pige Blaine 1938
No Score Yet The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mary Sawyer 1938
No Score Yet Mad About Music Olga 1938
100% Heidi Klara Sesemann 1937
77% The Life of Emile Zola Helen Richards 1937
30% The Garden of Allah Children in Convent 1936
100% These Three Rosalie Wells 1936
86% The Champ Mary Lou 1931
86% Night Nurse Nanny 1931


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