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Marilyn Harris (II) (1924–1999)

Marilyn Harris was born on August 19, 1924 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She was an actress, known for Frankenstein (1931), A Wicked Woman (1934) and Over the Hill (1931). She was married to Wally Watkins. She died on December 1, 1999 in Los Angeles. See full bio »

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 1944 Henry Aldrich's Little Secret (uncredited)
 1944 Standing Room Only
Secretary (uncredited)
 1943 Young Ideas
Co-ed (uncredited)
 1943 Henry Aldrich Gets Glamour
Gwendolyn (uncredited)
 1937 The Road Back
Maria - Ernst's Sister
 1937 Maytime
Maypole singer (uncredited)
 1936 Show Boat
Little Girl (uncredited)
 1935 The Bride of Frankenstein
Girl (uncredited)
 1934 A Wicked Woman
Rosanne as a Child
 1933 Tugboat Annie
Pat Severn, as a Child (uncredited)
 1932 6 Hours to Live
Flower Girl (uncredited)
 1932 Wild Girl
Anna May (uncredited)
 1932 Destry Rides Again
Schoolgirl (uncredited)
 1931 Over the Hill
Susan Shelby in Prologue
 1930 The Big Trail
Pioneer Girl (uncredited)
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 2010 Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (Video documentary)
Herself
 2002 The Frankenstein Files: How Hollywood Made a Monster (Video documentary)
Maria (uncredited)
 1998 Universal Horror (TV Movie documentary)
 1994 It's Alive: The True Story of Frankenstein (TV Movie documentary)

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Boris Karloff was a very sweet, wonderful man, and I just loved him. Immediately, from being on the lot, and taking his hand, I just loved him. I had no fear of him, whatsoever. We seemed to have a rapport together-and it was like magic.

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After several takes of Harris's being thrown into the water by the monster in "Frankenstein," it was discovered that one last take was necessary, and director James Whale promised Marilyn, a good swimmer, anything she wanted if she would do the take one more time. She asked for her favorite snack: one dozen hard-boiled eggs. Whale gave her two dozen. See more »

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