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Marjorie White (I) (1904–1935)


Pretty-as-a-picture Marjorie White was a charming comedienne, and although she was never the star, she stole many scenes from stars. She co-starred with some of the leading comedians of the day, such as Wheeler and Woolsey, the Three Stooges, and Joe E. Brown, and brought smiles to the faces of moviegoers and theatergoers alike. It's easy to tell ... See full bio »

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Sunny Side Up Bea Nichols
(1929)
Broadminded Penny Packer
(1931)
Possessed Vernice LaVerne
(1931)
Diplomaniacs Dolores
(1933)

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 1934 Woman Haters (Short)
Mary
 1933 Her Bodyguard
Lita
 1933 Diplomaniacs
Dolores
 1931 Hollywood Halfbacks (Short)
 1931 Possessed
Vernice LaVerne
 1931 Broadminded
Penny Packer
 1931 The Black Camel
Rita Ballou (uncredited)
 1931 Women of All Nations
Margie aka Pee Wee (uncredited)
 1930 Oh, for a Man!
Totsy Franklin
 1930 Just Imagine
D-6
 1930 New Movietone Follies of 1930
Vera Fontaine
 1930 Her Golden Calf
Alice
 1929 Sunny Side Up
Bea Nichols
 1929 Happy Days
Margie
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Hello, Lola. Musical comedy. See more »

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Height:

4' 10½" (1.49 m)
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Trivia:

Marjorie, Alice White and Thelma White were often believed to be related to each other because of their resemblance: all three were petite, pretty, blonde and spunky, and they were all popular at the same time. They were in fact unrelated, but Thelma and Marjorie did perform together early in their careers as the "White Sisters" and were quite popular as a singing and dancing duo.

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