Marsha Hunt (with Edward G. Robinson) in 'Actors and Sin'

Marsha Hunt (1917 - )

  • Honorary Mayor of Sherman Oaks, CA since 1980

Film Deaths:Edit

  • These Glamour Girls (1939) [Betty Ainsbridge]: Commits suicide by stopping her car on the railroad tracks in front of an oncoming train. (Thanks to Tammi)
  • Blossoms in the Dust (1941) [Charlotte Kahly]: Commits suicide (off-camera) by shooting herself; we only hear the shot after she says goodbye to Greer Garson and runs upstairs. Her body is not shown.
  • Actors and Sin (Ben Hecht's Actor's Blood and Woman of Sin) (1952) [Marcia Tillayou]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by taking poison in her bedroom; her father (Edward G. Robinson) then shoots her body in the chest (again off-screen) to cover up her suicide and make it look like murder. Her body is shown lying on the bed, with Edward kneeling beside her, at the beginning; the movie then goes to a flashback showing her life leading up to the suicide, then rejoins the scene of Edward kneeling beside her and proceeds from there.

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