Marguerite Churchill
Marguerite Churchill
Marguerite Churchill was an American movie actress with a film career spanning from 1929 to 1952. She was daughter of a producer who owned a chain of theaters but he died when she was ten years old. She was educated in New York at the Professional Children's School and the Theatre Guild Dramatic School. She appeared on stage and was applauded on Broadway as a leading lady when just sixteen years old.
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Google News - over 5 years
The Tremont Theater in Nashua was showing “Murder by an Aristocrat” with Lyle Talbot and Marguerite Churchill, and Gene Autry in “Sage Brush Troubadour.” Clinton G. Blaisdell was building a bungalow on land he had purchased in the west part of Mont
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Marguerite Churchill, 90, Movie Actress
NYTimes - about 17 years
Marguerite Churchill, who was John Wayne's leading lady in his first major film, ''The Big Trail,'' died on Sunday at a nursing home here. She was 90. She was not yet 20 when she was cast opposite Wayne in the 1930 Raoul Walsh film ''The Big Trail.'' She also appeared with Will Rogers in ''Ambassador Bill'' and Frank Borzage's ''They Had to See
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Darcy O'Brien, 59, Author Of Fiction and 'True Crime'
NYTimes - about 19 years
Darcy O'Brien, who turned a Hollywood childhood into award-winning fiction, taught literature at two universities and became the best-selling author of several ''true-crime'' books, died on Monday at his home in Tulsa, Okla. He was 59. The cause was a heart attack, a spokesman for his publisher said. Mr. O'Brien had won an Edgar Allen Poe Award for
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NYTimes - over 19 years
The Old West, ancient Greece, a ramshackle Texas town and the life and times of some World War II veterans provide noteworthy entertainment in movies on television this week. THE BIG TRAIL (1930), Raoul Walsh's sprawling spectacular about a pioneer wagon train, typifiesthe early westerns of major directors that are now being revived for television
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  • 2000
    Age 89
    She died on January 9, 2000, aged 89, from natural causes in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
    More Details Hide Details She was survived by her daughter, Orin.
  • 1960
    Age 49
    In 1960, she moved to Rome, Italy and in 1970 to Lisbon, Portugal.
    More Details Hide Details She came back to the United States in the 1990s to live near her son, Darcy, whom she outlived by two years.
  • 1954
    Age 43
    After her divorce from O'Brien, she appeared in one movie and a few television plays. In 1954, she announced her engagement to Peter Ganine, a sculptor.
    More Details Hide Details It is unclear whether they ever married.
  • 1933
    Age 22
    Churchill appeared in more than 25 films and was married to her one-time costar George O'Brien from July 15, 1933 until their divorce in 1948.
    More Details Hide Details They had three children, one of whom was novelist Darcy O'Brien, whom she outlived by two years. Her daughter Orin O'Brien has played double bass for the New York Philharmonic Orchestra since 1966. A third child, Brian, died in infancy in 1934.
  • 1910
    Born on December 25, 1910.
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