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Marshall Neilan (Marshall Ambrose Neilan)

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Biography

San Bernardino, California, USA
In the early days of silent pictures, Marshall Neilan was a top director for Goldwyn Pictures. He had also directed a small number of Louis B. Mayer's independently produced melodramas, but there was a mutual dislike between the two men. During the festivities inaugurating the merger of Metro and Goldwyn Pictures on April 26, 1924, Neilan grew disgusted at the prospect of listening to Mayer's speech and interrupted everything by ordering his cast and crew back to the set of Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1924). Mayer later viewed the picture and ordered the downbeat ending re-shot over Neilan's loud protests. Read more...

Actor

Character: Jimmie Mc Bride

Daddy-Long-Legs 1919

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Character: Sen. Worthington Fuller

A Face in the Crowd 1957

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Character: Himself

Hollywood 1980

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Directing

Writing