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Biography

Marion Cecelia Douras (Marion Davies) was born in the borough of Brooklyn, New York on January 3, 1897. She had been bitten by the "show biz bug" early as she watched her sisters perform in local stage productions. She wanted to do the same. As Marion got older, she tried out for various school plays and did fairly well. Once her formal education had ended, Marion started out as a chorus girl in New York City and eventually found herself in the famed Ziegfeld Follies. But she wanted more than to dance. Acting, to Marion, was the epitome of show business and aimed her sights in that direction. Her first film was RUNAWAY ROMANY in 1917 when she was 20. It was a film written by herself and directed by her brother-in-law. The film wasn't exactly a box-office smash, but for Marion it was a start. The film was, instead, a stepping stone to bigger things. The following year Marion starred in three films, THE BURDEN OF PROOF, BEATRICE FAIRFAX, and CECILIA OF THE PINK ROSES. It was this latter film that was backed by newspaper magnate, William Randolph Hearst, whom Marion would launch a long term romantic relationship for the next 30 years. Because of Hearst's newspaper empire, Marion would be promoted as no actress before her. She appeared in numerous films over the next few years with CINEMA MURDER, in 1919, being one of the most suspenseful. In 1922, Marion appeared as Mary Tudor in the historical romantic epic, WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER. It was a film in which her Hearst poured in millions of dollars to showcase her. Although Marion didn't, normally appear in period pieces, she turned in a wonderful performance and the film turned a profit. Marion remained busy with her talent being one of the staples in movie houses around the country. As she neared the end of the twenties, it was obvious that sound films were about to replace the silent ones. It made Marion nervous because she had a stutter when she was excited and the worry was that she wouldn't make a successful transition to the new medium. She was a true professional who had no problem with the change. Time after time, film after film, Marion turned in masterful performances. In 1930, two of her better films were NOT SO DUMB and THE FLORODORA GIRL. By 1934, Marion's films had lost their appeal at the theaters and the downward slide began. Had she been without Hearst's backing, she could have been more successful. He was more of a hindrance than a help. Hearst had tried to push MGM executives to hire Marion for the role of Elizabeth Barrett in THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET. Louis B. Mayer had other ideas and hired producer Irving Thalberg's wife, Norma Shearer for the part instead. Hearst reacted by pulling his newspaper support for MGM. It never really hurt. By the late 1930's Hearst was suffering financial reversals and it was Marion who bailed him out by selling off $1 million of her jewelry. Without her the Hearst Corporation might not be where it is today. Because of Hearst's financial problems, it also spelled the end to her career. Although she had made the transition to sound, other stars seemed to fare better. Roles for her became fewer. By 1937, Marion was 40 and she filmed the last production for the silver screen, EVER SINCE EVE. Out of films and the intense pressures of her relationship with Hearst, Marion turned to alcohol. Despite those problems, Marion was a very sharp and savvy business woman after films. After the death of Hearst in 1951, Marion married for the first time at the age of 54, to Horace Brown. The union would last until she died of cancer on September 22, 1961 in Los Angeles, California. She was 64 years old.

Filmography


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Actress - filmography
(1930s) (1920s) (1910s)

  1. Ever Since Eve (1937) .... Miss Marjorie 'Marge' Winton, aka Sadie Day
  2. Cain and Mabel (1936) .... Mabel O'Dare
  3. Hearts Divided (1936) .... Elizabeth 'Betsy' Patterson
  4. Page Miss Glory (1935) .... Loretta Dalrymple, aka Miss Dawn Glory
  5. Operator 13 (1934) .... Gail Loveless
    ... aka Spy 13
  6. Going Hollywood (1933) .... Sylvia Bruce
    ... aka Cinderella's Fella (Australia)
  7. Peg o' My Heart (1933) .... Margaret 'Peg' O'Connell
  8. Blondie of the Follies (1932) .... Blondie McClune
  9. Polly of the Circus (1932) .... Polly Fisher
  10. Five and Ten (1931) .... Jennifer Rarick
    ... aka Daughter of Luxury (UK)
  11. It's a Wise Child (1931) .... Joyce Stanton
  12. The Bachelor Father (1931) .... Antoinette 'Tony' Flagg
  13. The Florodora Girl (A Story of the Gay Nineties) (1930) .... Daisy Dell
    ... aka The Gay Nineties (UK)
  14. Not So Dumb (1930) .... Dulcinea 'Dulcy' Parker

  15. Marianne (1929/I) .... Marianne 'Blondy'
  16. Marianne (1929/II) .... Marianne
  17. Show People (1928) .... Peggy Pepper/Herself
  18. The Cardboard Lover (1928) .... Sally
    ... aka Her Cardboard Lover
  19. The Patsy (1928) .... Patricia Harrington
    ... aka The Politic Flapper
  20. The Five O'Clock Girl (1928)
  21. Quality Street (1927) .... Phoebe Throssel
  22. The Fair Co-Ed (1927) .... Marion
  23. Tillie the Toiler (1927) .... Tillie Jones
  24. The Red Mill (1927) .... Tina
  25. Beverly of Graustark (1926) .... Beverly Calhoun
  26. Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) (uncredited) .... Crowd extra in chariot race
    ... aka Ben-Hur (USA: short title)
  27. Lights of Old Broadway (1925) .... Fely/Anne
    ... aka Little Old New York (UK)
  28. Zander the Great (1925) .... Mamie Smith
  29. Janice Meredith (1924) .... Janice Maredith
    ... aka The Beautiful Rebel
  30. Yolanda (1924) .... Princess Mary/Yolanda
  31. Little Old New York (1923) .... Patricia O'Day
  32. The Pilgrim (1923) (uncredited) .... Congregation Member
  33. Adam and Eva (1923) .... Eva King
  34. When Knighthood Was in Flower (1922) .... Mary Tudor
  35. The Young Diana (1922) .... Diana May
  36. Beauty's Worth (1922) .... Prudence Cole
  37. Bride's Play (1922) .... Enid of Cashel/Aileen Barrett
  38. Enchantment (1921) .... Ethel Hoyt
  39. Buried Treasure (1921) .... Pauline Vandermuellen
  40. The Restless Sex (1920) .... Stephanie Cleland
  41. April Folly (1920) .... April Poole

  42. The Cinema Murder (1919) .... Elizabeth Dalston
  43. The Dark Star (1919) .... Rue Carew
  44. Getting Mary Married (1919) .... Mary
    ... aka Marrying Mary (UK)
  45. The Belle of New York (1919) .... Violet Gray
  46. The Burden of Proof (1918) .... Elaine Brooks
  47. Cecilia of the Pink Roses (1918) .... Cecilia
  48. Runaway, Romany (1917) .... Romany

Producer - filmography
(1930s) (1920s) (1910s)

  1. Hearts Divided (1936) (producer) (uncredited)
  2. Page Miss Glory (1935) (producer) (uncredited)
  3. Blondie of the Follies (1932) (producer)
  4. Polly of the Circus (1932) (producer)
  5. Five and Ten (1931) (producer)
    ... aka Daughter of Luxury (UK)
  6. It's a Wise Child (1931) (producer)
  7. The Bachelor Father (1931) (producer)
  8. The Florodora Girl (A Story of the Gay Nineties) (1930) (producer)
    ... aka The Gay Nineties (UK)
  9. Not So Dumb (1930) (producer)

  10. Marianne (1929/I) (producer)
  11. The Cardboard Lover (1928) (executive producer)
    ... aka Her Cardboard Lover
  12. Quality Street (1927) (producer)

  13. Getting Mary Married (1919) (producer)
    ... aka Marrying Mary (UK)

Soundtrack - filmography
(1930s) (1920s)

  1. Hearts Divided (1936) ("My Kingdom For A Kiss (Pour Un Baiser)" (1936))
  2. Cain and Mabel (1936) (performer: "Coney Island")
  3. Page Miss Glory (1935) ("Love in Bloom")
  4. Operator 13 (1934) (performer: "Once In a Lifetime" (1934), "The Colonel, Major and the Captain" (1934))
    ... aka Spy 13
  5. Going Hollywood (1933) (performer: "We'll Make Hay While the Sun Shines" (1933)) ("We'll Make Hay While the Sun Shines" (1933), "Cinderella's Fella" (1933))
    ... aka Cinderella's Fella (Australia)
  6. Peg o' My Heart (1933) (performer: "Sweetheart Darlin'", "I'll Remember You")

  7. Marianne (1929/I) (performer: "Louise (1929)") ("Marianne", "Just You, Just Me", "Oo-La-La")
  8. The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929) (performer: "TOMMY ATKINS ON PARADE")
    ... aka The Hollywood Revue

Writer - filmography

  1. Runaway, Romany (1917)

Self - filmography
(1930s) (1920s)

  1. Pirate Party on Catalina Isle (1935) .... Herself, Cameo appearance
  2. A Dream Comes True (1935) .... Herself
  3. The Christmas Party (1931) .... Herself
    ... aka A Christmas Story
    ... aka Jackie Cooper's Christmas Party (USA: DVD title)
  4. Jackie Cooper's Birthday Party (1931) .... Herself
  5. Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 23 (1930) .... Herself, at Premiere

  6. The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929) .... Herself
    ... aka The Hollywood Revue
  7. A Trip to Paramountown (1922) .... Herself

Archive Footage

  1. Captured on Film: The True Story of Marion Davies (2001) (TV) (uncredited) .... Herself (1951 audiotape interview)
  2. "The American Experience"
        - The Battle Over Citizen Kane (1996) TV Episode .... Herself
  3. The Casting Couch (1995) (V)
  4. That's Entertainment! III (1994) (uncredited) .... Herself
  5. Zelig (1983) (uncredited) .... Herself
  6. "Hollywood" (1980) (mini)
  7. The Big Parade of Comedy (1964)
  8. Hollywood Without Make-Up (1963) .... Herself
  9. "The DuPont Show of the Week"
        - The Ziegfeld Touch (1961) TV Episode

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