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Marjorie White

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Hoydenish comedienne Marjorie White spent the late '20s in vaudeville, appearing in an act with her husband, Eddie Tierney. In 1929, White was signed by Fox Studios, where she brightened several of the early Fox musicals, including Sunny Side Up (1929) and Just Imagine (1930). Her first assignment outside of Fox was arguably her best: She played the aggressive, vampish Dolores in the zany Wheeler and Woolsey farce Diplomaniacs (1933). The following year, she starred in the two-reel Columbia "musical novelty" Woman Haters, in which she was supported by a trio called Howard, Fine, and Howard, later and better known as the Three Stooges. Marjorie White's promising film career ended with tragic suddenness when she was killed in a car crash.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Women Haters
  • Actor
2012
No Score Yet Diplomaniacs
  • Dolores
1933
No Score Yet Possessed
  • Vernice
1931
No Score Yet Charlie Chan in the Black Camel
  • Rita Ballou
1931
No Score Yet Just Imagine
  • D-6
1930
No Score Yet New Movietone Follies of 1930
  • Vera Fontaine
1930
No Score Yet Sunny
  • Bee Nichols
1930
No Score Yet Sunny Side Up
  • Bee Nichols
1929

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