Mae Murray
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Mae Murray
*May 10, 1889 Portsmouth, Virginia, USA
as Marie Adrienne Koenig
March 23, 1965 Woodland Hills, California, USA

American actress, dancer, film producer, and screenwriter.

Films

1965

The Love Goddesses

1931

Bachelor Apartment

1928

Show People

1925

The Merry Widow

1924

Married Flirts
Circe, the Enchantress

1923

Fashion Row

1922

Peacock Alley

1920

On with the Dance


Imdb: 0615141

Articles on Mae Murray

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Mon Ciné, nr. 43, 14-12-1922 1922



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Mon Ciné, nr. 45, 28-12-1922 1922



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Mon Ciné, nr. 164, 09-04 1925



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Photoplay, April 1928



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Photoplay, September 1928



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Photoplay, February 1929


Articles with substantial mentioning of Mae Murray

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Photoplay, July 1929



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Photoplay, October 1929



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Photoplay, December 1929



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Photoplay, December 1929



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Photoplay, January 1930


Articles with photographs of Mae Murray

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Mon Ciné, nr. 18, 22-6-1922 1922



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Mon Ciné, nr. 55, 8-3-1923 1923



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Photoplay, June 1928



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Photoplay, June 1928



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Photoplay, October 1929


Books on Mae Murray
Jane Kesner Morris Ardmore
The self-enchanted, Mae Murray, Image of an Era
New York, 1959
Books with substantial mentioning of Mae Murray
David W. Menefee
The first female stars, women of the silent era
Westport, Connecticut; London, 2004

Anthony Slide
Silent Players, A Biographical and Autobiographical Study of 100 Silent Film Actors and Actresses
Lexington, Ky, 2002

Ray Stuart (ed.)
Immortals of the Screen
New York, 1965

Charles Donald Fox and Milton L. Silver (eds.)
Who's Who on the Screen
New York City, 1920
Books with an entry on Mae Murray
Books with photograph(s) of Mae Murray
John Richard Finch and Paul Elby
Close-Ups, From the Golden Age of the Silent Cinema
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1978
Mary Dawn Earley
Stars of the Twenties, Observed by James Abbe
New York, 1975