Frances Marion

Author, Director, Actress - USA
Born November 18, 1888 in San Francisco, California, USA
Died May 12, 1973 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Frances Marion was born under the given name Marion Benson Owens on November 18, 1888 in San Francisco, California, USA. She was an American Author, Director, Actress, known for Camille (1936), Anna Christie (1930), The Son of the Sheik (1926), Frances Marion's first movie on record is from 1915. Frances Marion died on May 12, 1973 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1937.

Frances Marion Filmography [Auszug]
1937: [] Knight without armour (Tatjana) (Scenario), Directed by Jacques Feyder, with John Clement, Marlene Dietrich, Robert Donat,
1936: [01.01] Camille (Scenario), Directed by George Cukor, with Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor, Lionel Barrymore,
1933: [08.23] Dinner at Eight (Scenario), Directed by George Cukor, with Marie Dressler, John Barrymore, Wallace Beery,
1933: [/ /1] The Prizefighter and the Lady (Every Woman's Man) (Based on ), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, Howard Hawks, with Max Baer, Myrna Loy, Otto Kruger,
1933: [03.15] Secrets (Scenario), Directed by Frank Borzage, Marshall Neilan, with Mary Pickford, Leslie Howard, C. Aubrey Smith,
1932: [.00.] Emma (Based on ), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Purnell Pratt, George Meeker, Myrna Loy,
1932: [] Blondie of the Follies (Scenario), Directed by Edmund Goulding, with Marion Davies, Anita Loos, Robert Montgomery,
1931: [11.13] The Champ (Story: story), Directed by King Vidor, with Roscoe Ates, Wallace Beery, Jackie Cooper,
1931: [04.18] The Secret Six (Scenario), Directed by George William Hill, with Wallace Beery, Jean Harlow, Lewis Stone,
1930: [/ /1] Anna Christie (Scenario), Directed by Jacques Feyder, with Charles Bickford, Marie Dressler, Greta Garbo,
1930: [/ /1] Anna Christie (Scenario), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Charles Bickford, Greta Garbo, George F. Marion,
1930: [] The Big House (Scenario), Directed by George William Hill, with Robert Emmett O'Connor, Fletcher Norton, Chester Morris,
1930: [] Min and Bill (Scenario), Directed by George William Hill, with Marie Dressler, Wallace Beery, Dorothy Jordan,
1928: [11.23] The Wind (Scenario), Directed by Victor Sj÷str÷m, with Lillian Gish, Lars Hanson, Montagu Love,
1928: [11.17] The Masks of the Devil (Scenario), Directed by Victor Sj÷str÷m, with John Gilbert, Alma Rubens, Theodore Roberts,
1927: [11.29] Love (Scenario), Directed by Edmund Goulding, Dimitri Buchowetzki, with Greta Garbo, John Gilbert, Brandon Hurst,
1927: [. .] Madame Pompadour (Scenario), Directed by Herbert Wilcox, with Marie Ault, Marsa Beauplan, Henri Bosc,
1926: [10.14] The Winning of Barbara Worth (Scenario), Directed by Henry King, with E.J. Ratcliffe, Paul McAllister, Charles (III) Lane,
1926: [/ /1] The Son of the Sheik (Scenario), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with Rudolph Valentino, Vilma Banky, Charles Requa,
1926: [/ /1] The scarlet letter (Scenario), Directed by Victor Sj÷str÷m, with John Cowles, Joyce Coad, Marcelle Corday,
1926: [04.18] Paris at Midnight (Scenario), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with ╔mile Chautard, Jetta Goudal, Lionel Barrymore,
1926: [07.18] The World and His Wife (Scenario), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Montagu Love, Alma Rubens, Gaston Glass,
1925: [11.16] Stella Dallas (Scenario), Directed by Henry King, with Belle Bennett, Ronald Colman, Alice Joyce,
1925: [09.27] The Dark Angel (Scenario), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with Vilma Banky, George Bunny, Ronald Colman,
1925: [08.30] Graustark (Scenario), Directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki, with Norma Talmadge, Eugene O'Brien, Marc McDermott,
1925: [07.21] Lightnin' (Scenario), Directed by John Ford, with Jay Hunt, Edythe Chapman, Madge Bellamy,
1924: [] Through the Dark (Scenario), Directed by George William Hill, with Tom Bates, Margaret Seddon, Eddie Phillips,
1924: [] The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln) (Scenario), Directed by Phil Rosen, with George A. Billings, Ruth Clifford, Nell Craig,
1923: [07.22] The Love Piker (Scenario), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Anita Stewart, William Norris, Robert Frazer,
1923: [] The Nth Commandment (Scenario), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Colleen Moore, James Morrison, Eddie Phillips,
1923: [04.30] (Scenario), Directed by Duke Worne, with Fred Thomson, Ann Little, Al Wilson,
1922: [11.26] The toll of the sea (Based on ), Directed by Chester M. Franklin, with Anna May Wong, Kenneth Harlan, ,
1922: [10.15] East Is West (Scenario), Directed by Sidney Franklin, with Constance Talmadge, Edmund Burns, E. Alyn Warren,
1922: [09.17] The eternal flame (Scenario), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Norma Talmadge, Adolphe Menjou, Wedgwood Nowell,
1922: [05.22] Sonny (Scenario), Directed by Henry King, with Richard Barthelmess, Margaret Seddon, Pauline Garon,
1922: [05.01] The Primitive Lover (Scenario), Directed by Sidney Franklin, with Constance Talmadge, Harrison Ford, Kenneth Harlan,
1921: [] The love light (Director), with Mary Pickford, Raymond Bloomer, Evelyn Dumo,
1920: [05.10] The flapper (Dangerous Paradise (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Olive Thomas, Theodore Westman jr., William P. Carleton,
1920: [01.18] Pollyanna (Scenario), Directed by Paul Powell, with Mary Pickford, Wharton James, Katherine Griffith,
1919: [11.23] Anne of Green Gables (Scenario), Directed by William Desmond Taylor, with Mary Miles Minter, Paul Kelly, Marcia Harris,
1919: [09.07] The Misleading Widow (Scenario), Directed by John S. Robertson, with Billie Burke, James Crane, Frank Mills,
1919: [04.06] Captain Kidd, Jr. (Scenario), Directed by William Desmond Taylor, with Mary Pickford, Douglas MacLean, Spottiswoode Aitken,
1918: [10.20] The Temple of Dusk (Scenario), Directed by James Young, with Sessue Hayakawa, Jane Novak, Louis Willoughby,
1918: [09.29] The Goat (Scenario), Directed by Donald Crisp, with , Fanny Midgley, Charles McHugh,
1918: [09.08] He comes up smiling (Scenario), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Douglas Fairbanks, Marjorie Daw, Herbert Standing,
1918: [07.15] The City of Dim Faces (Scenario), Directed by George Melford, with Sessue Hayakawa, Doris Pawn, Marin Sais,
1918: [06.30] How Could You, Jean? (Scenario), Directed by William Desmond Taylor, with Mary Pickford, Casson Ferguson, Spottiswoode Aitken,
1918: [05.05] M'Liss (Scenario), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Mary Pickford, Theodore Roberts, Thomas Meighan,
1918: [03.11] Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley (Scenario), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Mary Pickford, William Scott, Kate Price,
1918: [01.21] Stella Maris (Scenario), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Mary Pickford, Ida Waterman, Herbert Standing,
1917: [11.11] The little princess (Scenario), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Mary Pickford, Norman Kerry, Katherine Griffith,
1917: [09.22] Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (Scenario), Directed by Marshall Neilan, with Mary Pickford, Eugene O'Brien, Helen Jerome Eddy,
1917: [08.05] The Amazons (Scenario), Directed by Joseph Kaufman, with Marguerite Clark, Eleanor Lawson, Helen Greene,
1917: [07.16] Beloved Adventuress (Story), Directed by William A. Brady, George Cowl, with Kitty Gordon, Jack Drumier, Inez Shannon,
1917: [] Tillie wakes up (Scenario), Directed by Harry Davenport, with Ruth Barrett, Frank Beamish, Jack Brown,
1917: [06.18] The Stolen Paradise (Scenario), Directed by Harley Knoles, with Ethel Clayton, Edward T. Langford, Pinna Nesbit,
1917: [06.04] The Crimson Dove (Scenario), Directed by Romaine Fielding, with Carlyle Blackwell, June Elvidge, ,
1917: [04.23] Darkest Russia (Scenario), Directed by Travers Vale, with Lillian Cook, Alice Brady, John Bowers,
1917: [04.16] Forget-Me-Not (Scenario), Directed by ╔mile Chautard, with Kitty Gordon, Montagu Love, Alec B. Francis,
1917: [03.26] As Man Made Her (Scenario), Directed by George Archainbaud, with Gail Kane, Frank Mills, Gerda Holmes,
1917: [03.05] The Web of Desire (Scenario), Directed by ╔mile Chautard, with Ethel Clayton, Rockliffe Fellowes, ,
1917: [03.05] The Poor Little Rich Girl (Scenario), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Mary Pickford, Madlaine Traverse, Charles Wellesley,
1917: [02.26] A Girl's Folly (A Movie Romance (Working title)) (Story), Directed by Maurice Tourneur, with Robert Warwick, Doris Kenyon, June Elvidge,
1917: [02.19] Square Deal (The Parasites (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by Harley Knoles, with Carlyle Blackwell, June Elvidge, Henry Hull,
1917: [02.05] A Hungry Heart (The Hungry Heart) (Scenario), Directed by ╔mile Chautard, with Alice Brady, Edward T. Langford, George MacQuarrie,
1916: [12.18] The Rise of Susan (Scenario), Directed by Stanner E.V. Taylor, with Clara Kimball Young, , Warner Oland,
1916: [12.04] All Man (Scenario), Directed by ╔mile Chautard, with Robert Warwick, Mollie King, Gerda Holmes,
1916: [11.06] The Heart of a Hero (Scenario), Directed by ╔mile Chautard, with Robert Warwick, Gail Kane, Alec B. Francis,
1916: [10.16] The Hidden Scar (The Scorching Way) (Scenario), Directed by Barry O'Neil, with Ethel Clayton, Holbrook Blinn, Irving Cummings,
1916: [10.02] The Revolt (Scenario), Directed by Barry O'Neil, with Frances Nelson, Arthur Ashley, Madge Evans,
1916: [09.18] Friday the 13th (Friday the Thirteenth) (Scenario), Directed by ╔mile Chautard, with Robert Warwick, Clarence Harvey, Charles Brandt,
1916: [08.14] The Summer Girl (Contrary Mary (Working title), Mary Quite Contrary (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by Edwin August, with Mollie King, Arthur Ashley, Dave Ferguson,
1916: [08.07] A Woman's Way (Scenario), Directed by Barry O'Neil, with Ethel Clayton, Carlyle Blackwell, Alec B. Francis,
1916: [] Less than the Dust (Scenario), Directed by John Emerson, with Thomas Holding, David Powell, Forrest Robinson,
1916: [] The Foundling (Scenario), Directed by John B. O'Brien, with Mary Pickford, Edward Martindel, Maggie Weston,
1916: [05.21] The Battle of Hearts (Story), Directed by Oscar Apfel, with William Farnum, Hedda Hopper, Wheeler Oakman,
1916: [05.01] The Feast of Life (Story), Directed by Albert Capellani, with Clara Kimball Young, Mrs. E.M. Kimball, Edward Kimball,
1916: [02.07] The yellow Passport (The Badge of Shame) (Scenario), Directed by Edwin August, with Clara Kimball Young, Edwin August, John St. Polis,
1916: [01.24] A Circus Romance (Story), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Muriel Ostriche, Edwards Davis, Charles Brandt,
1916: [01.19] La Vie de BohŔme (Mimi (Working title), The Bohemians) (Scenario), Directed by Albert Capellani, with Alice Brady, Paul Capellani, June Elvidge,
1915: [12.27] Camille (A Modern Camille (Working title)) (Scenario), Directed by Albert Capellani, with Clara Kimball Young, Paul Capellani, Lillian Cook,
1915: [11.22] A Daughter of the Sea (The Fisher Girl (Working title)) (Story), Directed by Charles M. Seay, with Muriel Ostriche, William H. Tooker, Catherine Doucet,
1915: [10.07] The Girl of yesterday (Cast: Rosanna Danford), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Mary Pickford, Jack Pickford, Gertrude Norman,
1915: [09.06] Esmeralda (Scenario), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Mary Pickford, Ida Waterman, Fuller Mellish,
1915: [08.02] Rags (Scenario), Directed by James Kirkwood, with Mary Pickford, Marshall Neilan, Joseph Manning,
1915: [] The Foundling (Based on ), Directed by Allan Dwan, John B. O'Brien, with Mary Pickford, Edward Martindel, Maggie Weston,
1915: [05.10] A Sister's Burden (Scenario), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Henry Hallam, Alice Hollister, Mary Kennedy,

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