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Herbert Marshall

Herbert Marshall

Show Count: 156
Series Count: 2
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Born: May 23, 1890
Old Time Radio, London, England, UK
Died: January 22, 1966, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA
An English actor whose stage debut took place in 1911, and he entered films with Mumsie. Initially he played romantic leads and later character roles. The suave actor spent many years playing romantic leads opposite such stars as Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Marlene Dietrich and Bette Davis, and starring in such classics as Trouble in Paradise, The Little Foxes and The Razor's Edge.

His parents were Percy F. Marshall and Ethel May Turner. He graduated from St. Mary's College in Old Harlow, Essex and worked for a time as an accounting clerk. Marshall overcame the loss of a leg in World War I, where he served in the London Scottish Regiment with fellow actors Basil Rathbone, Ronald Colman and Claude Rains, to enjoy a long career.

He was featured in both the 1929 and the more famous 1940 version of The Letter, first as the murdered lover, then the wronged husband. 

He also starred in a popular radio series, The Man Called X, in which he played a globe-trotting "American" spy with an English accent.

He was married five times. Among his wives were two actresses, Edna Best, with whom he appeared in The CalendarMichael and Mary and The Faithful Heart, and Boots Mallory, to whom he was married from 1947 until her death in 1958. His grave is located at Chapel of the Pines Crematory in Los Angeles.

Marshall had a daughter, Sarah, by Edna (his second wife) and two other, younger children.

Source: Wikipedia

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Show Count: 96
Broadcast History: July 1944 to Sept 1948 and Oct 1950 to May 1952
Sponsor: General Motors, Frigidaire
Cast: Herbert Marshall, William Conrad, Lawrence Dobkin, Cathy Lewis, Harry Lang, Peter Leeds, Leon Belasco
Director: Jack Johnstone
Broadcast: October 11, 1943
Added: Jul 01 2014
Broadcast: December 15, 1942
Added: Dec 11 2015
Broadcast: 5th October 1953
Added: Oct 08 2009
Broadcast: 23 December 1948
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: Jun 13 2001
Broadcast: 23rd December 1956
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: Dec 23 2007
Broadcast: 13th July 1944
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: Jul 13 2006
Broadcast: 12th May 1947
Added: May 22 2012
Broadcast: 9th March 1953
Added: Sep 10 2009
Broadcast: 26th February 1939
Added: Sep 08 2012
Broadcast: 21st April 1952
Added: Apr 30 2009
Broadcast: 26th February 1946
Added: Feb 14 2010
Broadcast: 14th July 1957
Added: Oct 22 2010
Broadcast: 21st July 1940
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: May 05 2005
Broadcast: 3rd November 1952
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: Oct 31 2003
Broadcast: 9th July 1949
Added: Jul 09 2007
Broadcast: 18th February 1940
Added: Jun 10 2012
Broadcast: 27th November 1943
Added: Nov 28 2010
Broadcast: 18th May 1944
Added: Jul 20 2007
Broadcast: 15th March 1945
Added: Mar 05 2006
Broadcast: 9th February 1958
Added: Feb 10 2008
Broadcast: 30th December 1948
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: Nov 16 2008
Broadcast: 17th December 1944
Added: Dec 23 2005
Broadcast: September 7, 1958
Added: Nov 12 2010
Broadcast: 27th April 1953
Added: Aug 07 2009
Broadcast: 15th January 1939
Added: May 29 2012
Broadcast: 24th May 1945
Added: Aug 10 2006
Broadcast: 31st December 1951
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: Dec 31 2005
Broadcast: April 21, 1957
Added: Apr 12 2009
Broadcast: 3rd March 1952
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: Nov 21 2006
Broadcast: 1st March 1943
Added: Feb 25 2013
Broadcast: September 4, 1944
Added: Sep 11 2017
Broadcast: 2nd November 1950
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: Nov 15 2008
Broadcast: 1st March 1959
Starring: Herbert Marshall
Added: Oct 31 2011