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Marie Doro (1882–1956)


Classical stage and movie star Marie Doro a direct descendant of American Politician Patrick Henry. She was born Marie Katherine Steward in Pennsylvania in 1882. Intelligent, beautiful, witty brunette star first began as a chorus girl in musical comedy under the management of impresario Charles Frohman, who took her to Broadway, there she worked ... See full bio »

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 1923 Sally Bishop
Sally Bishop
 1921 The Stronger Passion
Beatrice
 1921 Little Sister
 1919 Midnight Gambols
Irene Hendon
 1917 Heart's Desire
Fleurette
 1917 Castles for Two
Patricia Calhoun
 1916 The Lash
Sidonie Du Val
 1916 Common Ground
The Kid
 1916 The Heart of Nora Flynn
Nora Flynn
 1916/I Diplomacy
Dora
 1916 The Wood Nymph
Daphne
 1915 The Morals of Marcus
Carlotta
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Friquet. Drama. Written by Pierre Berton. Directed by William Seymour. Savoy Theatre: 31 Jan 1905- Feb 1905 (closing date unknown/23 performances). Cast: Marie Doro (as "Friquet"), Orme Caldara, C.B. Chester, William Courtleigh, Dorothy Donnelly, Laurence Eddinger, W.J. Ferguson, Eugenie Flagg, Ernest Glendinning, John Heron, ... See more »

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She had portrayed the role of Oliver Twist on stage before she appeared in the movie of the same name, in a critically successful production. See more »

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