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  • Marjorie Gateson - Wikipedia

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    Marjorie Augusta Gateson (January 17, 1891 – April 17, 1977) was an American stage and film actress.

  • Marjorie Gateson - IMDb

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    Marjorie Gateson learned elocution and poise from her mother, a speech teacher. It was not surprising that her sophistication, correct manners and use of language led to her frequent portrayals of upper crust society matrons, hostesses, social climbers and blue-blooded snobs.

  • Marjorie Gateson (1891-1977) - Find A Grave Memorial

    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/8040920/marjorie-gateson

    Actress in 12 television series/shows from 1948 to 1965 and 90 films from 1931 to 1953 including: Thirteen Women, Melody Cruise, Anthony Adverse, Vogues of 1938, Back Street, You'll Never Get Rich and Andy Hardy Meets Debutante.

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  • Marjorie Gateson - NNDB

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    Marjorie Gateson AKA Marjorie Augusta Gateson Born: 17-Jan-1891 Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY Died: 17-Apr-1977 Location of death: New York City Cause of death: Pneumonia Remains ... FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR The Caddy (10-Aug-1953) One More Tomorrow (1-Jun-1946) · Edna Seven Days Ashore (25-Apr-1944) I Dood It (Sep-1943) · Mrs. Spelvin The Sky's the Limit ...

  • Marjorie Gateson Biography | Fandango

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    Biography. Though she remained single throughout her life, actress Marjorie Gateson was the perfect screen "wife" to many a stuffed-shirt aristocrat, blustering businessman or windbag politician.

  • Marjorie Gateson - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Though she remained single throughout her life, actress Marjorie Gateson was the perfect screen "wife" to many a stuffed-shirt aristocrat, blustering businessman or windbag politician.

  • Marjorie Gateson - Biography - IMDb

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    Marjorie Gateson learned elocution and poise from her mother, a speech teacher. It was not surprising that her sophistication, correct manners and use of language led to her frequent portrayals of upper crust society matrons, hostesses, social climbers and blue-blooded snobs.

  • Amazon.com: The Sky's The Limit: Fred Astaire, Joan Leslie ...

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    "The Sky's The Limit" is one of those masterpieces that, like "Chimes At Midnight," and "Ride the High Country," get passed over by the masses. But do not be fooled: this is great Astaire. One of his very best.

  • The beloved bachelor (Film, 1931) [WorldCat.org]

    https://www.worldcat.org/title/beloved-bachelor/oclc/423083503

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