Mary Murphy

Mary Murphy




Cast (Feature Film)

The Heartbreak Kid (2007)
The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2006)
Stuck on You (2003)
City Hall (1996)
Nous etions tous des noms d'arbres (1983)
Sheela Mcguinness
Katherine (1975)
Born Innocent (1974)
The Stranger Who Looks Like Me (1974)
Mrs Quayle
I Love You... Goodbye (1974)
Pam Parks
Junior Bonner (1972)
Ruth Bonner
Footsteps (1972)
Harlow (1965)
Studio secretary
Forty Pounds of Trouble (1963)
Two Before Zero (1962)
The Electronic Monster (1960)
Ruth Vance
Crime and Punishment, U.S.A. (1959)
Sally Marmon
Live Fast, Die Young (1958)
Kim Winters
The Maverick Queen (1956)
Lucy Lee
Finger Of Guilt (1956)
A Man Alone (1955)
Nadine Corrigan
The Desperate Hours (1955)
Cindy Hilliard
Hell's Island (1955)
Janet Martin
Sitting Bull (1954)
Kathy Howell
The Mad Magician (1954)
Karen Lee
The Wild One (1954)
Kathie Bleeker
Beachhead (1954)
Nina Bouchard
Make Haste to Live (1954)
Randy Benson
Off Limits (1953)
Main Street to Broadway (1953)
The actress [Mary Craig]
Houdini (1953)
Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick (1952)
Girl in bathtub
Westward the Women (1952)
Pioneer woman
Sailor Beware (1952)
Pretty girl
The Atomic City (1952)
Woman buying stamps
The Turning Point (1952)
Carrie (1952)
Jessica Hurstwood
The Lemon Drop Kid (1951)
My Favorite Spy (1951)
Darling, How Could You! (1951)
When Worlds Collide (1951)

Cast (Special)

Melissa Gilbert (2001)
Robert Reed: Unfinished Business (2001)
The Cosby Kids: The E! True Hollywood Story (2001)
Loni Anderson: The E! True Hollywood Story (2001)
Meredith Baxter: Perfection & Reality (2000)
Barbara Walters: A Driving Force (2000)
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcoms 5 (2000)
Burt Reynolds: The E! True Hollywood Story (2000)
Farrah Fawcett: The E! True Hollywood Story (1999)
The Judge (1963)
Karen Holm; Daniel'S Secretary

Life Events

Photo Collections

The Mad Magician - Lobby Card Set
Here is a set of Lobby Cards from Columbia Pictures' The Mad Magician (1954), starring Vincent Price. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.


Movie Clip

Wild One, The (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Do You Want Something? Much method-acting with occasional cuts away to scenes outside, biker Johnny (Marlon Brando) expresses interest in small town waitress Kathie (Mary Murphy) in The Wild One, 1954.
Wild One, The (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Whadda Ya Got? Scene which maybe over-emphasizes the famous line in which Johnny (Marlon Brando) is asked what he and the Black Rebels are rebelling against, in The Wild One, 1954, Brando more interested in waitress Kathie (Mary Murphy).
Wild One, The (1954) -- (Movie Clip) This Is The Main Event Improbably articulate Chino (Lee Marvin) has led his rival bike gang into town and is itching for a fight with ex-pal Johnny (Marlon Brando), leader of the Black Rebels, in The Wild One, 1954.
Wild One, The (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Open, This Is A Shocking Story The famous opening prologue and credit sequence to THE WILD ONE (1954) starring Marlon Brando as the leader of a lawless motorcycle gang.
Finger Of Guilt (1956) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Want Your Sympathy American producer Reggie (Richard Basehart) has brought his wife (Faith Brook) to Newcastle, England to confront the actress (Mary Murphy), who may be blackmailing him, though he’s convinced he’s never met her, in American ex-pat director Joseph Losey’s English-made Finger Of Guilt, 1956.
Crime And Punishment U.S.A. (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Such Awful Things Bob (George Hamilton) has buried evidence of his first murder, gets interrupted tossing the weapon in the LA River, then we meet his girlfriend to-be (Mary Murphy), mom (Toni Merrill) and sister (Marian Seldes), in the low rent Dostoyevsky adaptation, Crime And Punishment U.S.A., 1959.
Junior Bonner -- (Movie Clip) Anything With Hair On It "J-R" (Steve McQueen) dines with brother Curly (Joe Don Baker), his wife Ruth (Mary Murphy), and their mom Ellie (Ida Lupino), smoking a cheroot, in Sam Peckinpah's Junior Bonner, 1972.


Dale Robertson
Actor. Divorced.