Marie Mosquini

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Marie Mosquini was a pert, slightly-built comedienne of amazingly prolific output. Between 1917 and 1926, the feisty brunette appeared in close to 200 one- and two-reel shorts, mostly for Hal Roach. She was featured in the initial series of comedies, which propelled Stan Laurel to stardom. Following that, she enjoyed a lengthy run as leading lady to pint-sized Australian comic 'Snub' Pollard, often under the direction of another noted farceur, Charley Chase. Marie also co-starred opposite Will Rogers in Two Wagons: Both Covered (1924), a clever send-up of the classic silent western The Covered Wagon (1923). Read more...


Character: Madame Gobin

7th Heaven 1927

Character: Herself - with Lee De Forest

Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio 1991