Marguerite Chapman


Actor
Marguerite Chapman

About

Birth Place
Chatham, New York, USA
Born
March 09, 1918
Died
August 31, 1999

Photos & Videos

The Green Promise - Movie Posters
Coroner Creek - Publicity Stills
Coroner Creek - Movie Posters

Family & Companions

G Bentley Ryan
Husband
Attorney. Divorced.
J Richard Bremerkamp
Husband
Director. Divorced.

Biography

Life Events

Photo Collections

The Green Promise - Movie Posters
The Green Promise - Movie Posters
Coroner Creek - Publicity Stills
Coroner Creek - Publicity Stills
Coroner Creek - Movie Posters
Coroner Creek - Movie Posters
Coroner Creek - Lobby Card Set
Coroner Creek - Lobby Card Set
Coroner Creek - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Coroner Creek - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Destroyer - Movie Poster
Here is the American One-Sheet Movie Poster for Warner Bros' Destroyer (1943), starring Edward G. Robinson. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.

Videos

Movie Clip

Counter-Attack (1945) - Too Much Courage Paul Muni as Alexei leads the band of Russian military engineers arrived to a key Eastern Front theater, bragging recklessly until the commander Kostyuk (Roman Bohnen) demands their attention, revealing his plans to surprise the Germans, Marguerite Chapman as comrade Lisa, in director Zoltan Korda’s Counter-Attack, 1945.
Counter-Attack (1945) - It's Psychological Trapped with seven Nazi soldiers in the basement of a bombed building behind German lines while on a reconnaissance mission, Soviet commando Alexei (Paul Muni) with comrade Lisa (Margeurite Chapman) suspects one is an officer with crucial information, George MacReady stepping forward, in Columbia’s Counter-Attack, 1945.
Seven Year Itch, The (1955) - I Could Have His first night in his Manhattan apartment, with the wife and child away for the summer, Richard (Tom Ewell) imagines her (Evelyn Keyes) and his secretary (Marguerite Chapman), in The Seven Year Itch, 1955, directed by Billy Wilder from George Axelrod's play and screenplay, co-starring Marilyn Monroe.
Girl, A Guy And A Gob, A (1941) - Why Doesn't He Assert Himself? First scene, Edmond O'Brien is Stephen, the rich "guy" at the opera with snooty fiancée and mom (Marguerite Chapman, Nella Walker), not expecting to meet the "girl" (Lucille Ball) and family (George Cleveland, Kathleen Howard, Lloyd Corrigan), in RKO's A Girl, A Guy And A Gob (1941).
Green Promise, The (1949) - Open, Millwood Opening credits and sequence introducing the traveling Matthews family, including spunky Susan (Natalie Wood) and cranky Pa (Walter Brennan) in The Green Promise, 1949.
Green Promise, The (1949) - Benedicta the Blessed Impressive action sequence as sisters Abigail (Connie Marshall) and Susan (Natalie Wood) argue over what they'll name the cow they think Pa (Walter Brennan) is bringing home, in The Green Promise, 1949.
Man Bait (1952) - Now See Here Young Lady We've just met both Ruby (Diana Dors) and Jeff (Peter Reynolds), who she catches snatching a book from the London shop where she works, as she's reprimanded by her boss Harman (George Brent), who later confers with Oliver (Raymond Huntley), thickening plot in the British Noir Man Bait, 1952.
Appointment In Berlin (1943) - Good Evening Fellow Englishmen Following Wilson (George Sanders), a British deep cover agent, through a Stockholm meeting with German Ilse (Marguerite Chapman), to Berlin for his first traitorous radio broadcast, overseen by her brother Rudolph (Onslow Stevens), in Appointment In Berlin, 1943.
Pardon My Past - Frances! Having been mistaken for fugitive playboy Frances Pemberton, Eddie (Fred MacMurray) and pal Chuck (William Demarest) bluff their way through an encounter with Grandpa Pemberton (Harry Davenport) in Pardon My Past, 1945.

Family

Norma Chapman Dolan
Niece
Survived her.
Patricia Chapman Irwin
Niece
Survived her.

Companions

G Bentley Ryan
Husband
Attorney. Divorced.
J Richard Bremerkamp
Husband
Director. Divorced.

Bibliography