Marion Fairfax

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Marion Fairfax

Original Name Neiswanger
Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, USA
Death 2 Oct 1970 (aged 94)
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Plot Garden of Legends (formerly Section 8), #45
Memorial ID 7960942 · View Source
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Noted Screenwriter. Fairfax began her career as a playwright working closely with director Marshall Neilan. While with Neilan, she wrote “Freckles,” “Dinty,” “The Lotus Eater” and “Bob Hampton of Placer” for the stage. She later joined the the ranks of female directors. Fairfax is most widely for writing the 1925 classic film, “The Lost World.” Married to actor Tully Marshall, she was sometimes credited as ‘Mrs. Tully Marshall.’ She lies next to her husband in an umarked grave. Writer of 49 screenplays, Fairfax was one of the first women writers in Hollywood.

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