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us: Neilan, Marshall A., 1891-1958



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    • us: Neilan, Marshal, 1891-1958
    • us: Neilan, Mickey, 1891-1958
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    • found: M'liss [MP] 1918: credits (supervised and directed by Marshall A. Neilan)
    • found: Stella Maris, ©2012: opening credits (supervised and directed by Marshall A. Neilan)
    • found: Theatre, film and television biographies, 1979 (Marshal Neilan; Marshall Neilan; b. 1891 d. 1958)
    • found: Vazzana, E.M. Silent film necrology, ©2001: pages 389-390 (Marshall A. "Mickey" Neilan; born San Bernardino, CA, 11 April 1891-26 October 1958, Woodland Hills, CA; actor/director; worked for Biograph, American, Kalem, Universal, Artcraft, K&E, Selig)
    • found: Thomson, D. The new biographical dictionary of film, 2002: pages 627-628 (Marshall Neilan, 1891-1958; American director; began career as an actor; worked for the Selig company, MGM, First National; career in decline from 1930 onward)
    • found: Halliwell's filmgoer's and video viewer's companion, ©1993: page 566 (Marshall Neilan, 1891-1958; American director; also acted)
    • found: New York times online, May 26, 2015 Marshall Neilan of silent movies, published October 28, 1958 (director of films with top performers; had been leading actor; one of the best-known director-producers of the silent-screen era; nicknamed Mickey)
    • found: IMDb, May 26 2015 (Marshall Neilan; born April 11, 1891 in San Bernardino, California, USA; died October 27, 1958 (age 67) in Los Angeles, California, USA; also credited as, Marshall A. Neilan, Marshal Neilan, Mickey Neilan; actor, director, writer, producer, soundtrack; birth name: Marshall Ambrose Neilan; in the early days of silent pictures, he was a top director for Goldwyn Pictures; also directed a small number of Louis B. Mayer's independently produced melodramas)
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