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Marion Ballou (1870–1939)

Marion Ballou was born on October 17, 1870 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as Ida May Tripp. She was an actress, known for Little Women (1933), The Big Pond (1930) and Cradle Song (1933). She was married to George Pauncefort. She died on March 25, 1939 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

Little Women
Little Women Mrs. Kirke
(1933)
The Big Pond
The Big Pond Mrs. Billings
(1930)
Cradle Song
(1933)
Portia on Trial
Portia on Trial Mrs. Manners
(1937)

Filmography

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 1938 Holiday
Portrait of Grandmother Seton (uncredited)
 1937 Portia on Trial
Mrs. Manners
 1937 Parnell (uncredited)
 1936 Camille
Corinne (uncredited)
 1935 The Melody Lingers On
Sister Agnes
 1935 David Copperfield
Dora's Aunt (uncredited)
 1934 Our Daily Bread
Old Lady (uncredited)
 1933 Cradle Song
Ines
 1930 Night Work
Mrs. Morgan
 1930 The Big Pond
Mrs. Billings

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Personal Details

Other Works:

My Maryland (1927). Musical/romance. See more »

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2 Articles | See more »
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Trivia:

Father: Francis Marion Tripp (1844-1919); Mother: Mary Spencer (1849-1922). See more »

Star Sign:

Libra

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