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Marion Fairfax

Highest Rated:   100% The Lost World (1925)
Lowest Rated:   100% The Lost World (1925)
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A noted playwright prior to entering films in the mid-1910s, Virginia-born Marion Fairfax was closely associated with director Marshall Neilan, for whom she wrote Freckles (1917) featuring Jack Pickford, the incredibly popular Dinty (1920) starring child actor Wesley Barry, John Barrymore's The Lotus Eater (1921), and Bob Hampton of Placer (1922). Fairfax also joined the ranks of female directors when she produced, wrote, and helmed the sentimental The Lying Truth (1922). Fairfax's perhaps most famous film, the science-fiction thriller The Lost World (1925), was also one of her last. The wife of one of the silent era's best known character actors, Fairfax sometimes billed herself "Mrs. Tully Marshall" and was at one point also a noted film editor.

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MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
100% The Lost World
  • Screenwriter
1925
No Score Yet Sherlock Holmes
  • Screenwriter
1922
No Score Yet Through the Back Door
  • Screenwriter
1921
No Score Yet The Roaring Road
  • Screenwriter
1919

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