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|Also Known As:||Marjorie Moore, Majorie Goodspeed, Marjorie Moore||Died:||February 1, 1997|
|Born:||August 12, 1917||Cause of Death:||congestive heart failure|
|Birth Place:||Buhl, Idaho, USA||Profession:||actor, dancer|
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The Silent Witness (1962) Mary
Juke Box Rhythm (1959) Martha Manton
No Holds Barred (1952) Rhonda Nelson
Models Inc. (1952) Peggy Howard
Home Town Story (1951) Janice Hunt
His Kind of Woman (1951) Helen Cardigan
The Great Jewel Robber (1950) Martha Rollins
Rookie Fireman (1950) Margie Williams
Customs Agent (1950) Lucille Gerrard
That Midnight Kiss (1949) Mary
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Moved to Los Angeles, California, as a child
Performed in several silent films in the early 1920s
Film debut as child in "Trilby"
Made last film as a child performer, "Revelation"
Stage debut as a dancer in "Rose of Pixieland"
Appeared as a dancer in the feature "College Humour"
Performed as a dancer-actress under the name Marjorie Moore during the 1930s
Changed her name to Marjorie Reynolds
Career breakthrough performance in "Holiday Inn" opposite Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire
Played Peg Riley on the NBC comedy TV series "The Life of Riley"
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Los Angeles High School: Los Angeles , California -
Frank Egan's Terpischorean Institute: Los Angeles , California -
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Jack Reynolds. Production manager, screenwriter, director. Married on September 4, 1936; divorced on May 14, 1953.
John M Haffen. Film editor, former actor. Married from May 18, 1953 until his death in 1985.
Harry Goodspeed. Physician.
Linda Reynolds Hinshaw. Survived her.
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