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Marceline Day - the gentle and quiet beauty of the Silent Era
April 24, 1908
Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S
|Died||February 16, 2000 (aged 91)
Cathedral City, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Arthur J. Klein
John Arthur (1959–?)
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Marceline Day and Jack Richardson in "Black Oxfords" (1924).
Marceline Day and Jack Hoxie in a nice portrait for "The White Outlaw" (1925).
Marceline Day and Jack Hoxie in another nice portrait for "The White Outlaw" (1925).
Marceline Day sees Jack Hoxie lying on the ground in "The White Outlaw" (1925).
Marceline Day comforts Jack Hoxie in "The White Outlaw" (1925).
Marceline Day and Jack Hoxie worry about his white horse in "The White Outlaw" (1925).
Marceline Day and Jack Hoxie after escaping danger in "The White Outlaw" (1925).
Marceline Day and Jack Hoxie in a poster for "The White Outlaw" (1925).
Marceline Day is excited that her boyfriend is returning from seminary in "Captain Salvation" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day can't take her eyes off her man in "Captain Salvation" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day and her boyfriend discuss dating plans in "Captain Salvation" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day listens to her boyfriend in "Captain Salvation" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day is happy to be with her boyfriend again in "Captain Salvation" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day suffers in "Captain Salvation" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day is ready to defend her man in "Captain Salvation" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day welcomes her man again in "Captain Salvation" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day in "Captain Salvation" (1927). A painting gracing the cover of Screenland magazine - July 1927.
Marceline Day in "Captain Salvation" (1927). A color photograph gracing the cover of the Brazilian magazine Silent Screen.
Marceline Day must marry a hated man in "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day enjoys a walk in the garden in "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day looks at her suitor in "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day keeps her distance from her suitor in "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day and John Barrymore in a romantic scene in "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day is relaxed, John Barrymore not too much so in "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day is horrified to see her beau in the cage in "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day suffers in "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day in a nice publicity still for the film "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day in another nice publicity still for the film "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Marceline Day is adored by Buster Keaton as they are squeezed together by the crowd in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day poses to Buster Keaton for a tintype in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day receives a tintype as a present from Buster Keaton in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day notices that she is the object of Buster Keaton's attention in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day looks anxiously as Buster Keaton brings his second-hand camera in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day is worried as Buster Keaton fails the camera trial in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day and Buster Keaton almost kiss by accident in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day asks Buster Keaton again for his phone number after he gave her the pencil in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day in "The Cameraman" (1928). She talks on the phone to Buster Keaton, who at the same time is sprinting across town to meet her at her home.
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Marceline Day gives Buster Keaton a kiss on the cheek in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day tells Buster Keaton "I can't thank you enough for saving my life" in "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day and Ramon Novarro in a very nice photo from "A Certain Young Man" (1928).
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Marceline Day and Ramon Novarro in a scene from "A Certain Young Man" (1928).
Marceline Day and Ramon Novarro in a romantic scene from "A Certain Young Man" (1928).
Marceline Day and Ramon Novarro in "The Road to Romance" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day is embraced by Ramon Novarro in "The Road to Romance" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day is courted by Ramon Novarro in "The Road to Romance" (1927), directed by John S. Robertson.
The absolute charm: Marceline Day poses in a beach suit for a wonderful portrait during the filming of "The Road to Romance" (1927) with Ramon Novarro, director John S. Robertson.
Marceline Day was not only a big movie star, but she also had a radiant personality and was universally liked by everyone around her - here she is with director John Robertson and costar Ramon Novarro on the set of "The Road to Romance" (1927).
Director John Robertson turns the propeller of Marceline Day's "airplane" on the set of "The Road to Romance" (1927).
Marceline Day is serenaded by director Edward Sedgwick, co-star Buster Keaton and others on the set of "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day, director Tod Browning and co-star Lon Chaney check out the book "Easy reading in hypnotism" on the set of "London After Midnight" (1927).
Marceline Day, director Tod Browning and co-star Lon Chaney seem horrified at what they see in the book "Easy reading in hypnotism" on the set of "London After Midnight" (1927).
Marceline Day with Henry Walthall and Lionel Barrymore in a candid portrait for "The Barrier" (1926).
Marceline Day gets a visit from friend Mack Sennett on the set of "The Gay Deceiver" (1926) with director John M. Stahl and co-star Malcolm McGregor.
Marceline Day tests her new camera on director Malcolm St. Clair, who was working at the time on "Beau Broadway" (1928) with Lew Cody and Aileen Pringle. Marceline Day co-starred with these two a few months later in the nice comedy "A Single Man" (1929).
Marceline Day and Buster Keaton talk to each other with their eyes on the set of "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day and Buster Keaton talk to each other with their eyes again on the set of "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day and Buster Keaton on the set of "The Cameraman" (1928).
Marceline Day in a splendid double portrait.
Marceline Day with a beautiful dress choosing between a cotton and a silk stocking - 1927.
Marceline Day - luminously lovely on the set of Rookies (1927).
Marceline Day asks Harry Langdon for a glass of water in "The Luck o' the Foolish" (1924).
Marceline Day recovers Harry Langdon's stolen wallet in "The Luck o' the Foolish" (1924).
Marceline Day and Harry Langdon in a publicity still for the film "The Luck o' the Foolish" (1924).
Marceline Day investigates in "Detectives" (1928).
Marceline Day and Carl Dane in "Detectives" (1928).
A beautiful poster for the film "That Model from Paris" (1926) starring Marceline Day.
Marceline Day checks the menu in "That Model from Paris" (1926).
Marceline Day in "That Model from Paris" (1926).
Marceline Day - beauty, grace and charm.
Marceline Day is sweet and charming in 1926, when critics called her "a new luminary" of the screen.
Marceline Day - world class beauty.
Marceline Day relaxed and confident in a wonderful portrait.
Marceline Day graces the cover of Motion Picture Classic magazine - August 1928.
Marceline Day with a beautiful dress.
Marceline Day in the Hall of Fame.
Marceline Day worries about her fiance Harry Langdon in "The Hansom Cabman" (1924).
Marceline Day talks on the phone to her fiance Harry Langdon in "The Hansom Cabman" (1924).
Marceline Day and sister Alice Day in a beautiful portrait - late 1925.
"Marceline Day is not only sitting pretty in the window - she is also sitting pretty at the top of the celluloid ladder, a fact you can discover for yourself when you see her in "The Boy Friend" (1926)" - a text in Motion Picture Classic below a full-page picture.
Marceline Day and John Harron in a scene from "The Boy Friend" (1926).
Marceline Day and John Harron in another scene from "The Boy Friend" (1926).
A very nice poster for the film "College Days" (1926) starring Marceline Day.
Marceline Day and Charles Delaney in "College Days" (1926).
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Marceline Day and Theodore von Eltz in "Fools of Fashion" (1926). A picture published on the cover of the French magazine "Complete Film".
Marceline Day the model.
Marceline Day with Eskimos glasses for the film The Barrier (1926).
Marceline Day and her adoptive father Henry Walthall comfort each other in "The Barrier" (1926).
Marceline Day and Henry Walthall in "The Barrier" (1926).
Sister Alice Day, mom Irene and Marceline Day in a beautiful portrait.
Marceline Day plays the piano and sings for sister Alice.
Marceline Day - gentle and charming in a magnificent portrait.
Marceline Day in a nice portrait with a flower dress.
Marceline Day and Charlie Chaplin were friends and she visited his parties. Here she is imitating his famous tramp.
Marceline Day in a gorgeous portrait with flower.
A nice poster for "Rookies" (1927) with Marceline Day, George Arthur and Carl Dane.
Marceline Day disciplines George Arthur in "Rookies" (1927).
Marceline Day and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. in "The Jazz Age" (1929).
Lon Chaney and Marceline Day in "The Big City" (1928). Fine emotional acting.
Marceline Day as Sunshine in "The Big City" (1928).
Marceline Day and Lon Chaney in "The Big City" (1928).
Marceline Day in a nice portrait for "The Big City" (1928).
Marceline Day is scared by Lon Chaney and Edna Tichenor in "London After Midnight" (1927), director Tod Browning.
Marceline Day and Lon Chaney in "London After Midnight" (1927), director Tod Browning.
Marceline Day and Flash in "Under the Black Eagle" (1928).
Marceline Day in a beautiful portrait for "The Gay Deceiver" (1926).
A poster for the film "Trent's Last Case" (1929) starring Marceline Day.
Marceline Day and Malcolm McGregor under a picture of Lewis Stone - a poster for the film "Freedom of the Press" (1928).
A Spanish language poster for the film "Freedom of the Press" (1928) starring Marceline Day.
"Many a young actor has offered himself to play opposite Marceline Day in her newest picture. But none can be found who will promise not to try to violate the consistency of its title, this being "A Single Man"" - a text in Motion Picture Magazine below a full-page picture.
Marceline Day in the film "A Single Man" (1929).
"Benedicts were ever envious of the estate of the unshackled. But when they see Eddie Nugent thus in "A Single Man" with Marceline Day, they'll go just plain crazy" - a text in Motion Picture Magazine.
Bloggers have called Marceline Day in this portrait 'A Royal Beauty'.
Marceline Day on the Fourth of July.
Sister Alice Day, Marceline Day and mom Irene in a beautiful portrait.
Marceline Day in a wonderful portrait for "The Splendid Road" (1925), directed by Frank Lloyd.
Marceline Day and Robert Frazer in a scene from "The Splendid Road" (1925), directed by Frank Lloyd. This is a unique photograph of Marceline Day from the film, in which she plays her first dramatic role and where she "creates an outstanding achievement".
Marceline Day in a very nice portrait with a flower dress.
Marceline Day in an iconic portrait for "The Beloved Rogue" (1927).
Sister Alice and Marceline Day in 1927.
Marceline Day in a splendid portrait from early 1927.
Marceline Day helps cinematographers to experiment with light reflectors.
Marceline Day helps again cinematographers to experiment with light reflectors.
Marceline Day helps cinematographers to experiment with light reflectors one more time.
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Marceline Day in "The Beloved Rogue" (1927)
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