Alan Marshal

Alan Marshal


Also Known As
Alan Marshall
Birth Place
January 20, 1909
July 09, 1961
Cause of Death
Heart Attack

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Tom, Dick and Harry - Title Lobby Card
Tom, Dick and Harry - Title Lobby Card


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House On Haunted Hill (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Just Leaves The Bones Pritchard (Elisha Cook) leads the tour of his haunted family home where spooky millionaire Loren (Vincent Price) is paying guests (Alan Marshal, Julie Mitchum, Richard Long, Carolyn Craig) $10,000 each to spend the night, in horror entrepreneur William Castle's House On Haunted Hill, 1958.
Hunchback of Notre Dame, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Esmerelda Teenage (Irish) Gypsy Esmerelda (Maureen O'Hara) enthralls the Paris, ca. 1460's, crowd including King Louis (Harry Davenport) but not his aide Frollo (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) in William Dieterle's 1939 production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
White Cliffs Of Dover, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) The King And Queen England, 1914, both American visitor Susan (Irene Dunne) and English John (Alan Marshal) believe their exceptionally cute meeting is an accident, though it was arranged by a crafty mutual friend, and proves memorable, in director Clarence Brown's The White Cliffs Of Dover, 1944.
Howards Of Virginia, The (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Labor In The Fields Surveyor and commoner Matt Howard (Cary Grant) at work in 1760's Virginia, visited by Jane (Martha Scott) who thought him more high-born, then complaining to her father, friend Tom Jefferson and brother (Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Richard Carlson, Alan Marshal), in The Howards Of Virginia, 1940.
Garden Of Allah, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Undoubtedly English From the monastery which Brother Antoine (Charles Boyer, introduced here) has inexplicably fled, joining Domini (Marlene Dietrich), a soul-seeking French tourist, attended by hustling Batouch (Joseph Schildkraut), crossing North Africa, in Richard Boleslawski's The Garden Of Allah, 1936.
Married And In Love -- (Movie Clip) You Were Always Dancing New in New York diet-doctor Leslie (Alan Marshal) in a chance meeting with also-famous former college sweetheart Doris (Helen Vinson), his wife Helen (Barbara Yates) joining, early in John Farrow's Married And In Love, 1940.
Married And In Love -- (Movie Clip) Try Not To Look Bored New in town Leslie (Alan Marshal) and wife Helen (Barbara Yates), and his college flame Doris (Helen Vinson) with husband Paul (Patric Knowles), before and during their evening together, in Married And In Love, 1940.
Irene (1940) -- (Movie Clip) I Did Have Quite A Brogue In tennis garb New Yorker Don (Ray Milland) finds Irish-born shop-girl Irene (Anna Neagle) testing the upholstery, friends Eleanor (Marsha Hunt) and Bob (Alan Marshall) standing by and butler Betherton (Arthur Treacher) managing, early in Irene, 1940.