Appeared (as "Meg Tynan") in 'The Paisley Convertible'. Comedy. Written by Harry Cauley. Lighting Design / Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner
. Directed by James Hammerstein
. Henry Miller's Theatre: 11 Feb 1967-18 Feb 1967 (9 performances + 18 previews). Cast: Jed Allan
(as "Ralph Keppleman"), Bill Bixby
(as "Charlie Rodgers"; only ...
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Did You Know?
I remember seeing Joan Crawford sweep into the commissary with a retinue in single file behind her. I thought it was pretty silly, but she was selling Joan Crawford, and she did a better than anyone else. I never learned how to sell Marsha Hunt.
According to the late Colin Briggs, a steadfast writer for "Classic Images", Marcia was called Betty while growing up because the names Marjorie (her sister) and Marcia sounded too much alike. She changed the spelling of her first name to "Marsha" by the time she entered pictures.
Always like to share stories about her days of blacklisting