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Marie La Manna (1895–1988)

Marie La Manna was born on August 6, 1895. She was an actress, known for Fantasma (1914), The Slavey Student (1915) and Treasure Trove (1914). She was married to Horace G. Plympton. She died on August 6, 1988 in Flushing, New York, USA. See full bio »


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Fantasma Princess Lena
The Slavey Student
The Slavey Student Marjorie Wilford - Harry's Sister
Treasure Trove
Treasure Trove Juanita Fairfield
Only the Maid
Only the Maid The Maid


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 1915 The Slavey Student (Short)
Marjorie Wilford - Harry's Sister
 1915 Food for Kings and Riley (Short)
Mrs. Riley
 1915 The Secret of the Cellar (Short)
Bessie Ravelle
 1915 A Sport of Circumstances (Short)
 1915 A Chip of the Old Block (Short)
Mary Wentworth (as Maria La Manna)
 1915 The Struggle Upward (Short)
Marjorie Atwood (as Maria La Manna)
 1915 Jack Kennard, Coward (Short)
 1915 Out of the Ruins (Short)
Rosa Mooney
 1915 Only the Maid (Short)
The Maid
 1915 In His Father's Footsteps (Short)
 1914 Fantasma
Princess Lena
 1914 A Millinery Mix-Up (Short)
 1914 The Blue Coyote Cherry Crop (Short)
Alice - Mrs. Lee's Niece
 1914 Treasure Trove (Short)
Juanita Fairfield
 1914 The Tango in Tuckerville (Short)
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