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Marie Blake (Edith Marie Blossom MacDonald)

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Biography

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Edith MacDonald was the second daughter of Daniel and Anne MacDonald; her father was a contractor and politician. Early on, her older sister Elsie, younger sister Jeanette MacDonald, and she were given theatrical training. Blossom and Jeanette played Philadelphia vaudeville houses while still youngsters.

Marie went to New York where she wed Clarence Rock in 1926; they toured in vaudeville for three years. When vaudeville died, she toured with her husband in "Grand Hotel" and, in 1936, played a streetwalker in "Dead End". Read more...

Actor

Character: Mrs. Gussler

Rich Man, Poor Girl 1938

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Character: Stockroom Girl

The Women 1939

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Character: Effie Lane - Tolliver's Secretary

The Ice Follies of 1939 1939

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Character: Singing Telegram Operator

Day-Time Wife 1939

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Character: Ethel - Reception Nurse

A Child Is Born 1939

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Character: Woman Helping to Look For Ring

Gallant Sons 1940

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Character: Miss Lulubell

Li'l Abner 1940

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Character: Nurse with Castor Oil

Caught in the Draft 1941

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Character: Beauty Shop Operator

You're the One 1941

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Character: Purity Sykes

I Married a Witch 1942

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Character: Susie Smith - Hartman's secretary

Campus Rhythm 1943

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Character: Nicky Clark

Good Morning, Judge 1943

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Character: Miss Grear

Sensations of 1945 1944

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Character: Woman Jerry Mistakes for Susan

Make Your Own Bed 1944

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Character: WAC Supply Corporal

Keep Your Powder Dry 1945

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Character: Minnie Ames

Mourning Becomes Electra 1947

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Character: Patient Awaiting Staff

The Snake Pit 1948

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Character: Hannah Dobbs

Sons of New Mexico 1949

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Character: Bertram's Mother

Gobs and Gals 1952

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Character: Mrs. Lattimer

The Way to the Gold 1957

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Character: Telephone Operataor

Chicago Deadline 1949

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Character: Florence Ross

Goodyear Theatre 1957

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Character: Annie, Stones' Maid

The Star 1952

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Character: Mrs. Vera Collins

The Second Time Around 1961

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