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Marion Sunshine (1894–1963)

Mary Tunstal Ijames, born Kentucky, was part of a Vaudeville sister act "Tempest and Sunshine". She and her sister were in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1907. She is credited on Broadway, the Palace Theater, Silent Films, music composer and lyricist (The Peanut Vendor)and is also credited for introducting Cuban music to the US. See full bio »

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 1916 The Wonderful Wager (Short)
By-Dar-Zee
 1915 Sunshine and Tempest (Short)
Phoebe
 1914 Liberty Belles (Short)
 1912 Heredity (Short)
 1911 Her Awakening (Short)
 1911 Dan the Dandy (Short)
The Heiress
 1911 The Stuff Heroes Are Made Of (Short)
Jennie
 1911 The Rose of Kentucky (Short)
The orphan
 1911 Out from the Shadow (Short)
At Dance
 1911 A Decree of Destiny (Short)
Edith
 1911 Three Sisters (Short)
Florence
 1911 The Poor Sick Men (Short)
The Daughter
 1911 Fate's Turning (Short)
At Wedding
 1911 His Trust Fulfilled (Short)
Woman in Wedding Group (uncredited)
 1911 Help Wanted (Short)
The Daughter
 1911 The Italian Barber (Short)
Florence
 1910 Sunshine Sue (Short)
Sunshine Sue
 1910 The Passing of a Grouch (Short)
 1910 In the Season of Buds (Short)
 1909 In Little Italy (Short)
 1909 The Slave (Short)
 1909 Her First Biscuits (Short)
 1908 Mr. Jones at the Ball (Short)
Guest
 1908 The Red Girl (Short)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: (From) Broadway to Paris. Musical revue. Book by George Bronson Howard, Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by George Bronson-Howard, Harold Atteridge. Music by Max Hoffman Sr. Choreographed by Ned Wayburn. Production Supervised by Morris Gest. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Winter Garden Theatre: 20 Nov 1912- 25 Jan 1913 (77 performances). ... See more »

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Sister was performer Florence Tempest.

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