Marion Mack

Marion Mack

Mammoth, Juab County, Utah, USA
Death 1 May 1989 (aged 87)
Costa Mesa, Orange County, California, USA
Burial Corona del Mar, Orange County, California, USA
Plot Bayview Terrace, Plot 222F
Memorial ID 6845835 · View Source
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Actress. Born Joey Marion McCreery in Utah, she was a pageant beauty queen when she went to Hollywood in 1920 and started performing in short reel silent features. She is best remembered for appearing with Buster Keaton in the Civil War classic, "The General" (1927). Among her films are "Mary of The Movies" (1923), "One Of The Bravest" (1925), "Alice In Movieland" (1926), "The Carnival Girl" (1926), "Streamlined Swing" (1938), "The Great Chase" (1962) and "The Great Stone Face" (1968), her last movie. She was also married to movie producer Lewis Lewyn and co-produced a number of successful series of shorts, including `Voice of Hollywood' and `Hollywood on Parade'.

Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith

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