American actress Marion Mack (born Joey Marion McCreery) is best remembered for playing the romantic lead in Buster Keaton's classic Civil War comedy The General in 1927. She made her film debut in 1920 as one of Mack Sennett's bathing beauties and went on to appear in many short films and a few features. In 1923, Mack wrote and starred in Mary of the Movies, a semi-autobiographical account of her own career. Following her retirement from acting, she penned scripts for her husband/producer, Louis Lewyn's short films. During the 1970s, Mack often lectured at silent film festivals.