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Herbert Marshall is ...

Dead
Born 23 May 1890 in London
Died 22 Jan 1966 in Beverly Hills
Age75 years, 7 months
Causemyocardial infarction
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Herbert Marshall
Herbert Marshall
Cropped screenshot of Herbert Marshall from the trailer for the film The Letter.

About Herbert Marshall

Herbert Brough Falcon Marshall (23 May 1890 – 22 January 1966) was an English stage, screen and radio actor who, in spite of losing a leg during the First World War, starred in many popular and well-regarded Hollywood films in the 1930s and 1940s. After a successful theatrical career in the United Kingdom and North America, he became an in-demand Hollywood leading man, frequently appearing in romantic melodramas and occasional comedies. In his later years, he turned to character acting. The son of actors, Marshall is best remembered for roles in Ernst Lubitsch's Trouble in Paradise (1932), Alfred Hitchcock's Murder! (1930) and Foreign Correspondent (1940), William Wyler's The Letter (1940) and The Little Foxes (1941), Albert Lewin's The Moon and Sixpence (1942), Edmund Goulding's The Razor's Edge (1946), and Kurt Neumann's The Fly (1958). He appeared onscreen with many of the most prominent leading ladies of Hollywood's Golden Age, including Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich and Bette Davis. From 1944 to 1952, Marshall starred in his own radio series, The Man Called 'X'. Often praised for the quality of his voice, he made numerous radio guest appearances and hosted several shows. He performed on television as well. The actor, known for his charm, married five times and periodically appeared in gossip columns because of his sometimes turbulent private life. During the Second World War, he worked on the rehabilitation of injured troops, especially aiding amputees like himself. Marshall received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960.

Films

Herbert Marshall has worked on the following films:

Blonde Venus
1932 film by Josef von Sternberg
1932
Duel in the Sun
1946 film by King Vidor
1946
The Razor's Edge
1946 film by Edmund Goulding
1946
Angel Face
1952 film by Otto Preminger
1952
Midnight Lace
1960 film by David Miller
1960
Five Weeks in a Balloon
1962 film by Irwin Allen
1962
The List of Adrian Messenger
1963 film by John Huston
1963
Trouble in Paradise
1932 film by Ernst Lubitsch
1932
Crack-Up
1946 film by Irving Reis
1946
The Caretakers
1963 film by Hall Bartlett
1963
Gog
1954 film by Herbert L. Strock
1954
The Enchanted Cottage
1945 film by John Cromwell
1945
Flight for Freedom
1943 film by Lothar Mendes
1943
Murder!
1930 film by Alfred Hitchcock in English
1930
Riders to the Stars
1954 film by Richard Carlson, Herbert L. Strock
1954
The Good Fairy
1935 film by William Wyler
1935
The Dark Angel
1935 film by Sidney Franklin
1935
The Black Shield of Falworth
1954 film by Rudolph Maté
1954
Angel
1937 American comedy-drama film made by Paramount Pictures
1937
The Painted Veil
1934 film by Richard Boleslawski
1934
Forever and a Day
drama film (1943)
1943
The Virgin Queen
1955 film by Henry Koster
1955
Anne of the Indies
1951 film by Jacques Tourneur
1951
High Wall
1947 film by Curtis Bernhardt
1947
A Fever in the Blood
1961 film by Vincent Sherman
1961
The Secret Garden
1949 film by Fred M. Wilcox
1950
Mad About Music
1938 film by Norman Taurog, Bruce Manning, Joe Pasternak
1938
The Solitaire Man
1933 film by Jack Conway
1933
The Moon and Sixpence
1942 film by Albert Lewin
1942
The Underworld Story
1950 film by Cy Endfield
1950
When Ladies Meet
1941 film by Robert Zigler Leonard
1941
I Was a Spy
1933 British thriller film
1933
If You Could Only Cook
1935 film by William A. Seiter
1935
Girls' Dormitory
1936 film by Irving Cummings
1936
Riptide
1934 American romance film
1934
Ivy
1947 film by Sam Wood
1947
Breakfast for Two
1937 film by Alfred Santell
1937
Always Goodbye
1938 film by Sidney Lanfield
1938
Zaza
1938 film by George Cukor
1938
The Unseen
1945 film by Lewis Allen
1945
Kathleen
1941 film by Harold S. Bucquet
1941
Four Frightened People
1934 film by Cecil B. DeMille
1934
The Flame Within
1935 film by Edmund Goulding
1935
A Woman Rebels
1936 film by Mark Sandrich
1936
Black Jack
French-Spanish-American film, 1950
1950
The Calendar
1931 film by T. Hayes Hunter
1931
The Third Day
1965 film by Jack Smight
1965
Michael and Mary
1931 film by Victor Saville
1931
Woman Against Woman
1938 film by Robert B. Sinclair
1938
Forgotten Faces
1936 film by Ewald André Dupont
1936
Mumsie
1927 film by Herbert Wilcox
1927
College Confidential
1960 film by Albert Zugsmith
1960
The Lady Consents
1936 film by Stephen Roberts
1936
Evenings for Sale
1932 film by Stuart Walker
1932
Till We Meet Again
1936 film by Robert Florey
1936
Make Way for a Lady
1936 film by David Burton
1936
Young Ideas
1943 film by Jules Dassin
1943
The Love Goddesses
1965 film by Saul J. Turell
1965
Secrets of a Secretary
1931 film by George Abbott
1931
The Faithful Heart
1932 film by Victor Saville
1932