Marjorie White an ill-fated actress of stage and film

Marjorie White (22 July 1904 – 21 August 1935) was a Canadian-born actress of stage and film. White’s best-remembered films are the Fox feature films “Just Imagine” and “New Movietone Follies of 1930” (both 1930), and the first Three Stooges short made at Columbia Pictures, “Woman Haters” (1934), in which she was the wife of Larry Fine needed to keep secret from his fellow Woman-Haters Club members. An ill fated actress, White died from internal injuries suffered during a car accident at the age of  thirty-one.

Marjorie White (1930 publicity photo)

Marjorie White (1930 publicity photo)

Marjorie White

Marjorie White

Marjorie White

Marjorie White

Marjorie White with Richard Keene in "Happy Days" (1930)

Marjorie White with Richard Keene in
“Happy Days” (1930)

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