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Marjorie Main

Marjorie Main

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  • marjorie the endless queen

    • mike
    • 2012-06-11

    Marjorie was and still is such a delight to watch in any role she played.

  • Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride had chemistry

    • ValenteQCastro
    • 2010-02-22

    When Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride were on screen as Ma and Pa Kettle they had chemistry. It looked like they really were married. They've would of been a nice married couple!

  • she was a germaphobic

    • rl
    • 2009-07-20

    i read her bio she was always using gloves and other methods to keep herself from getting germs; even toilet paper in her nylons; but what was sad she died of cancer; if germs want to invade they will basically washing your hands kills most of the germs thats basically all she had to do

  • Wow

    • Cary Pappas
    • 2006-06-12

    I can't take my eyes off the screen...when Marjorie...is acting...I love her so much & I love her with W Berry :)

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