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Marian Murray (II)

Marian Murray is an actress, known for The Trail of the Lost Chord (1913), A Traitor to Art (1916) and The Dixie Winner (1916). See full bio »

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Known For

A Traitor to Art
The Dixie Winner
The Dixie Winner Joyce's Mother
The Money Lender
The Money Lender Swan's Servant


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 1917 The Sinful Marriage (Short)
Marion (as Marion Lydston)
 1916 The Greater Obligation (Short)
Mrs. Roger Willard (as Marion Lydston)
 1916 A Traitor to Art (Short)
Pancha (as Marion Lydston)
 1916/II Fool's Gold (Short)
Lois Bedford - Judson's Accomplice
 1916 Orphan Joyce (Short)
Mrs. Mason
 1916 The Dixie Winner (Short)
Joyce's Mother
 1916 The Bridesmaid's Secret (Short)
Muriel Carroll - John's Fiancée
 1914 The Birthday Present (Short)
 1914 The Carbon Copy (Short)
John Allen's Sister
 1914/II The Money Lender (Short)
Swan's Servant
 1913 Fate's Round-Up (Short)
Mary Child
 1913 Where the Road Forks (Short)
Spirit of Ambition
 1913 Armed Intervention (Short)
Dora Lawson
 1913 A Divorce Scandal (Short)
Mrs. Jack Morris - Divorcee
 1913 The Trail of the Lost Chord (Short)
 1913 Martha's Decision (Short)
Anna - Martha's Friend
 1913 Taming a Cowboy (Short)
Dr. Boynton
 1913 Red Sweeney's Defeat (Short)
 1913 The Poisoned Chop (Short)
Mrs. Green

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Alternate Names:

Marion Lydston

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