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Marjorie Taylor (I) (1912–1974)

Marjorie Taylor was born on May 23, 1912 in Blackburn, Lancashire, England as Marjorie Mayall Taylor. She was an actress, known for The Crimes of Stephen Hawke (1936), The Ticket of Leave Man (1937) and It's Never Too Late to Mend (1937). She died on May 11, 1974 in Chichester, Sussex, England. See full bio »

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 1940 Three Silent Men
Nurse
 1939 The Face at the Window
Cecile de Brisson
 1938 Miracles Do Happen
Peggy Manning
 1938 Paid in Error
Penny Victor
 1938 Silver Top
Hazel Summers
 1938 Easy Riches
Dorothy Hicks
 1937 The Ticket of Leave Man
May Edwards
 1937 Racing Romance
Peggy Lanstone
 1937 It's Never Too Late to Mend
Susan Merton
 1937 The Elder Brother
Susan Woodward
 1936 Nothing Like Publicity
Denise Delorme
 1936 Well Done, Henry
Celia Canford
 1936 The Heirloom Mystery
Mary
 1936 The Crimes of Stephen Hawke
Julia Hawke
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She acted in the play, "Between Friends," at the Shaftebury Theatre in London, England with Basil Foster, Hugh Wakefield, Jimmy Godden, Madeleine Lambert, Athole Stewart, Cyril Smith, and Muriel Dole in the cast.
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