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Herbert Marshall

Herbert MarshallAKA Herbert Brough Falcon Marshall

Born: 23-May-1890
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 22-Jan-1966
Location of death: Beverly Hills, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Cremated, Chapel of the Pines Crematory, Los Angeles, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Foreign Correspondent

Military service: British Army (WWI, injured, lost a leg)

Wife: Edna Best (actress, m. 26-Feb-1928, div. 7-Feb-1940, one daughter)
Daughter: Sarah Marshall (actress, b. 25-Mar-1933)
Wife: Lee Russell (m. 26-Feb-1940, div., one child)
Wife: Boots Mallory (actress, m. 3-Aug-1947, d. 1-Dec-1958, one child)
Wife: Dee Anne Kaufmann (m. 1960, until his death)
Mistress: Kay Francis
Mistress: Miriam Hopkins
Mistress: Gloria Swanson

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6200 Hollywood Blvd.

    The Third Day (4-Aug-1965)
    The Caretakers (21-Aug-1963) · Dr. Harrington
    The List of Adrian Messenger (29-May-1963)
    Five Weeks in a Balloon (22-Aug-1962)
    A Fever in the Blood (28-Jan-1961) · Gov. Thornwall
    Midnight Lace (13-Oct-1960) · Charles Manning
    College Confidential (20-Aug-1960)
    The Fly (16-Jul-1958) · Insp. Charas
    Stage Struck (22-Apr-1958) · Robert Harley Hedges
    Portrait in Smoke (22-May-1956) · Stephen Collins
    The Virgin Queen (22-Jul-1955) · Robert Dudley
    The Black Shield of Falworth (2-Sep-1954)
    Gog (5-Jun-1954)
    Riders to the Stars (14-Jan-1954) · Dr. Donald Stanton
    Angel Face (11-Dec-1952) · Charles Tremayne
    Anne of the Indies (18-Oct-1951) · Dr. Jameson
    The Underworld Story (26-Jul-1950)
    Captain Black Jack (1950)
    The Secret Garden (30-Apr-1949) · Archibald Craven
    High Wall (17-Dec-1947) · Willard I. Whitcombe
    Ivy (26-Jun-1947)
    Duel in the Sun (31-Dec-1946) · Scott Chavez
    The Razor's Edge (19-Nov-1946) · W. Somerset Maugham
    Crack-Up (6-Sep-1946) · Traybin
    The Unseen (12-May-1945)
    The Enchanted Cottage (15-Feb-1945) · The Blind Composer, John Hillgrove
    Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble (4-May-1944) · Dr. M. J. Standish
    Young Ideas (2-Aug-1943)
    Flight for Freedom (4-Feb-1943) · Paul Turner
    Forever and a Day (21-Jan-1943)
    The Moon and Sixpence (27-Oct-1942) · Geoffrey Wolfe
    Kathleen (18-Dec-1941) · John Davis
    When Ladies Meet (29-Aug-1941) · Rogers Woodruf
    The Little Foxes (21-Aug-1941) · Horace Giddens
    The Letter (22-Nov-1940) · Robert Crosbie
    Foreign Correspondent (16-Aug-1940) · Stephen Fisher
    A Bill of Divorcement (13-May-1940) · Gray Meredith
    Zaza (29-Dec-1938)
    Always Goodbye (24-Jun-1938)
    Woman Against Woman (18-Jun-1938) · Stephen Holland
    Mad About Music (27-Feb-1938)
    Angel (29-Oct-1937) · Sir Frederick Barker
    Breakfast for Two (22-Oct-1937) · Jonathan Blair
    Make Way for a Lady (13-Nov-1936) · Christopher Drew
    A Woman Rebels (29-Oct-1936) · Thomas Lane
    Till We Meet Again (4-Apr-1936)
    If You Could Only Cook (25-Dec-1935) · Jim Buchanan
    The Dark Angel (5-Sep-1935) · Gerald Shannon
    The Good Fairy (31-Jan-1935) · Dr. Max Sporum
    The Painted Veil (23-Nov-1934) · Walter Fane
    Outcast Lady (28-Sep-1934) · Napier
    Riptide (30-Mar-1934)
    Four Frightened People (26-Jan-1934)
    I Was a Spy (4-Sep-1933)
    Trouble in Paradise (21-Oct-1932) · Gaston
    Blonde Venus (16-Sep-1932) · Edward Faraday
    Murder! (2-Aug-1930)
    The Letter (13-Apr-1929) · Geoffrey Hammond

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