Marsha Hunt


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Johnny Got His Gun (1971)
Joe's mother
The Plunderers (1960)
Kate Miller
Blue Denim (1959)
Jessie Bartley
Back from the Dead (1957)
Katy Hazelton
Bombers B-52 (1957)
Edith Brennan
No Place to Hide (1956)
Anne Dobson
The Happy Time (1952)
Susan Bonnard
Actor's Blood and Woman of Sin (1952)
Marcia Tillayou
Mary Ryan, Detective (1950)
Mary Ryan, also known as Mae Smith
Take One False Step (1949)
Martha Wier
Jigsaw (1949)
Secretary
The Inside Story (1948)
Francine Taylor
Raw Deal (1948)
Ann Martin
Smash Up--The Story of a Woman (1947)
Martha Gray
Carnegie Hall (1947)
Nora Ryan
A Letter for Evie (1946)
Evie O'Connor
The Valley of Decision (1945)
Constance Scott
Music for Millions (1945)
Rosalind
Cry 'Havoc' (1944)
Flo Norris
None Shall Escape (1944)
Marja Paeierkowski
Lost Angel (1944)
Katie Mallory
Bride by Mistake (1944)
Sylvia Lockwood
Thousands Cheer (1944)
Pilot #5 (1943)
Freddie [Andrews]
The Human Comedy (1943)
Diana Steed
Seven Sweethearts (1942)
Regina Van Maaster
Kid Glove Killer (1942)
Jane Mitchell
Joe Smith, American (1942)
Mary Smith
The Affairs of Martha (1942)
Martha Lindstrom
Panama Hattie (1942)
Leila Tree
Cheers for Miss Bishop (1941)
Hope Thompson
The Trial of Mary Dugan (1941)
Agatha Hall [also known as Irene DaRue]
I'll Wait for You (1941)
Pauline Miller
The Penalty (1941)
Katherine Logan
Unholy Partners (1941)
Gail Fenton
Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
Charlotte [Kahly]
Pride and Prejudice (1940)
Mary Bennet
Irene (1940)
Eleanor Worth
Ellery Queen, Master Detective (1940)
Barbara Braun
Flight Command (1940)
Claire
Winter Carnival (1939)
Lucy Morgan
These Glamour Girls (1939)
Betty Ainsbrudge
Joe and Ethel Turp Call on the President (1939)
Kitty Crusper
The Long Shot (1939)
Martha Sharon
Star Reporter (1939)
Barbara [Burnette]
The Hardys Ride High (1939)
Susan Bowen
Come On, Leathernecks (1938)
Valerie Taylor
Easy Living (1937)
Annapolis Salute (1937)
Julia Clemens
Born to the West (1937)
Judy Worstall
Murder Goes to College (1937)
Nora Barry
Thunder Trail (1937)
Amy Morgan
Desert Gold (1936)
Judith Belding
College Holiday (1936)
Sylvia Smith
Hollywood Boulevard (1936)
Patricia Blakeford
The Accusing Finger (1936)
Claire Patterson
Easy to Take (1936)
Donna Westlake
Gentle Julia (1936)
Julia Atwater
The Arizona Raiders (1936)
Harriett Lindsay
The Virginia Judge (1935)
Mary Lee Calvert

Cast (Special)

The Man From Denver (1959)
Dr Sara Martin (Guest)

Cast (Short)

Women in Hiding (1940)

Life Events

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Blue Denim (1959) - What's Wrong With The Boy? From the credits, we meet second-billed Brandon De Wilde as teen Arthur, coming home to bad news from his dad (MacDonald Carey), while his mother (Marsha Hunt) and sister (Nina Shipman) fuss over her date, in Blue Denim, 1958, also starring Carol Lynley, based on a play by James Leo Herlihy and William Noble.
Kid Glove Killer, The (1942) - Sorry I Had To Slug You Taking the investigation into their own hands, directed by Fred Zinnemann in his feature debut, pathologist McKay (Van Heflin) and assistant Jane (Marsha Hunt) try out their clues on suspects, chef Spyro (Leon Belasco) and crook Stacy (Paul Fix), in MGM’s Kid Glove Killer, 1942.
Kid Glove Killer, The (1942) - She Hates Chemistry Director Fred Zinnemann introduces two of his three top-billed stars, Van Heflin as pathologist McKay and Marsha Hunt as his brainy beautiful assistant Jane, discussing the murder of the newly elected D-A, and visited by Jerry (Lee Bowman), who’s been appointed to prosecute, in Kid Glove Killer, 1942.
Raw Deal (1948) - Like A Two Time Loser Girlfriend Pat (Claire Trevor) again narrating as she and escaped convict Joe (Dennis O'Keefe) have now kidnapped his social worker Ann (Marsha Hunt) and look to avoid a dragnet, somewhere in the Pacific Northwest, in Anthony Mann's Raw Deal, 1948.
Cry Havoc (1944) - Story Of Thirteen Women Opening with narration, MGM’s successful adaptation of the unsuccessful play by Allan Kenward, introducing the three regular army principals at the struggling hospital on Bataan, Margaret Sullavan as Smitty, Fay Bainter as the captain, Marsha Hunt as Flo, in Cry Havoc, 1944.
Cry Havoc (1944) - It's Not The Cigarette New Bataan hospital volunteer Pat (Ann Sothern) tangles with Army nurse Smitty (Margaret Sullavan), then gets an explanation from veteran Flo (Marsha Hunt), as they take over the switchboard, in MGM’s almost-all female WWII drama Cry Havoc, 1944.
Raw Deal (1948) - Don't Wear That Perfume Director Anthony Mann's resonant Noir opening, Claire Trevor as girlfriend Pat narrates, Marsha Hunt as dutiful social worker Ann gets in the way, as they each visit the charismatic convict Joe (Dennis O'Keefe), in Raw Deal, 1948.
College Holiday (1936) - Love In Bloom The ever-game Marsha Hunt has just the guile to carry this off, beating out creditors looking for Jack Benny, the madcap promoter who has almost bankrupted her father's hotel, the two then suddenly in league for a rescue, early in Paramount's College Holiday, 1936.
Pride And Prejudice (1940) - Beauty And Charm Jane Austen comic scene from MGM, the Bennets (Edmund Gwenn, Mary Boland) and daughters (Greer Garson as Elizabeth, Maureen O'Sullivan as Jane, with Ann Rutherford, Heather Angel and Marsha Hunt) receive the supercilious Mr. Collins (Melville Cooper), in Pride And Prejudice, 1940.
Carnegie Hall (1947) - From Your Own Private Box Marsha Hunt narrates as Irish "Nora," recalling her first night in America, greeted by conductor Damrosch (Harold Dyrenforth), who arranged for her to see Tchaikovsky, during the 1891 opening week, in Edgar G. Ulmer's tribute film, Carnegie Hall, 1947.
Carnegie Hall (1947) - I Just Don't Feel It Your Way The opening scene, joining near the middle of a convoluted narrative, Hans Yaray at the piano, Harold Dyrenforth playing the conductor Walter Damrosch, and Marsha Hunt who is, at this stage, just an Irish immigrant maid, in director Edgar G. Ulmer's elaborate all-star tribute to Carnegie Hall, 1947.
Valley Of Decision, The (1945) - I Got The First Boat Back Valley Of Decision, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) I Got The First Boat Back

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