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Marion Mack (1902–1989)


Many recognise Marion Mack as the beautiful but brainless heroine Annabelle Lee, of Buster Keaton's classic 'The General'. However, few realise that Marion was also a talented screenwriter who, with her husband, formed a successful production team. Born Joey Marion McReery, she began her career as a Mack Sennet Bathing Girl. She soon progressed to... See full bio »

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Known For

The General
The General Annabelle Lee
(1926)
Mary of the Movies
(1923)
Alice in Movieland
(1928)
The Carnival Girl
(1926)

Filmography

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 1940 Alice in Movieland (Short)
Well-Wisher at Train Station (uncredited)
 1928 Alice in Movieland (Short)
 1926 The Carnival Girl
Nanette
 1925 One of the Bravest
Sarah Levin
 1921 The Cowpuncher's Comeback (Short)
Betty Thompson (as Joey McCreery)
 1921 Reputation
Ingenue (stage sequence) (as Joey McCreery)
 1921 On a Summer Day (Short)
Farmerette (as Joey McCreery)
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Show Show Self (5 credits)
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Alternate Names:

Joey McCreery

Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)
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Aries

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