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Joan Marsh (1914–2000)

A brassy, blue-eyed platinum blonde of the 1930s in the Jean Harlow tradition. Joan was the daughter of Hollywood cinematographer Charles Rosher and appeared as a child in Mary Pickford movies (on which her father worked as cameraman) billed as Dorothy Rosher. She acted in some amateur dramatics as well but seems to have had little professional ... See full bio »


(age 86) in Ojai, California, USA

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Known For

Rainbow Over Broadway Judy Chibbins
Police Bullets Donna Wells


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 1944 Follow the Leader
Milly McGinnis
 1943 Mr. Muggs Steps Out
Brenda Murray
 1943 Keep 'Em Slugging
 1942 Police Bullets
Donna Wells
 1942 The Man in the Trunk
Yvonne Duvalle
 1941 Road to Zanzibar
 1940 Blame It on Love
Terry Arden
 1939 Fast and Loose
Bobby Neville
 1939 Idiot's Delight
Les Blondes - Elaine
 1938 The Lady Objects
June Lane
 1937 Life Begins in College
 1937 Hot Water
Bebe Montaine
 1937 Charlie Chan on Broadway
Joan Wendall
 1936 What Becomes of the Children?
Marion Worthington
 1936 Brilliant Marriage
Madge Allison
 1936 Dancing Feet
Judy Jones
 1935 Anna Karenina
 1935 Champagne for Breakfast
Vivian Morton
 1934 We're Rich Again
Carolyn Page
 1934 Many Happy Returns
Florence Allen
 1934 You're Telling Me!
Pauline Bisbee
 1933 Rainbow Over Broadway
Judy Chibbins
 1933 Three Cornered Moon
 1933 It's Great to Be Alive
 1933 The Man Who Dared
Joan Novak
 1933 Uncle Jake (Short)
Joan - Wife
 1933 Daring Daughters
Betty Cummings
 1933 High Gear
Anne Merritt
 1932 Speed Demon
Jean Torrance
 1932 That's My Boy
Co-ed (uncredited)
 1932 Bachelor's Affairs
Eva Mills
 1932 Are You Listening?
Honey O'Neil
 1932 The Wet Parade
Evelyn Fessenden
 1931 Maker of Men
 1931 Politics
Daisy Evans
 1931 Shipmates
Mary Lou
 1931 Three Girls Lost
Marcia Tallant
 1931 Meet the Wife
Doris Bellamy
 1931 A Tailor Made Man
 1931 Dance, Fools, Dance
 1931 Inspiration
Madeleine Dorety
 1931 The Lady Killer (Short)
 1931 Framed! (Short)
 1930 The Mardi Gras (Short)
 1930 The Knockout (Short)
 1930 Hammer and Tongs (Short)
 1930 Kid Roberts (Short)
 1930 Little Accident
 1930 All Quiet on the Western Front
Poster Girl (uncredited)
 1930 King of Jazz
Blonde ("A Bench in the Park") (uncredited)
 1921 Little Lord Fauntleroy (uncredited)
 1920 Thou Art the Man
Ellie Prescott (as Dorothy Rosher)
 1920 Young Mrs. Winthrop
Rosie (as Dorothy Rosher)
 1920 Suds
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1920 Pollyanna
Bit Role (uncredited)
 1919 Daddy-Long-Legs (uncredited)
 1919 Captain Kidd, Jr.
Child (uncredited)
 1918 Women's Weapons
Nicholas Jr.'s Sister (as Dorothy Rosher)
 1918 One Hundred Percent American (Short) (uncredited)
 1918 Johanna Enlists (uncredited)
 1918 The Bond (Short)
Cupid (uncredited)
 1918 How Could You, Jean?
Morley Child (as Dorothy Rosher)
 1917 A Little Princess
Child (uncredited)
 1915 Hearts Aflame
Child (as Dorothy Rosher)
 1915 The Mad Maid of the Forest (Short)
The Child (uncredited)
Show Show Soundtrack (4 credits)
Show Show Self (2 credits)
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Alternate Names:

Dorothy Rosher


5' 2" (1.57 m)


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Daughter of pioneering cinematographer Charles Rosher (and his wife, Lolita Hayes Rosher, who later divorced) and sister of Charles Rosher Jr.. See more »

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