Marion Orth

Active - 1919 - 1941  |   Genres - Drama, Romance, Crime, Comedy

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Biography by Hal Erickson

American screenwriter Marion Orth's first-known screen credit was 1917's Price of a Good Time. Orth was gainfully employed at Fox in the late '20s, contributing to the screenplays of such prestige productions as Street Angel (1927), Hangman's House (1928), Four Devils (1928), and City Girl (1929). Subsequent assignments in the talkie era included a number of second features for Republic, RKO, and Universal. Active until 1944, Marion Orth kept busy on such quickie Universal musicals as Six Lessons From Madame Lazonga (1944).

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