Tully Marshall


Tully Marshall

Infobox actor
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name = Tully Marshall


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birthname = William Phillips
birthdate = birth date|1864|4|10|mf=y
location = Nevada City, California
deathdate = death date and age|1943|3|10|1864|4|10|mf=y
deathplace = Encino, California
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othername = Tully Marshall Phillips
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notable role = "The High Priest of Bel"
"Jim Bridger"
The Covered Wagon
academyawards =
spouse = Marion Fairfax

William Phillips (April 10 1864 - March 10 1943) was an American character actor known as Tully Marshall, with nearly a quarter century of theatrical experience behind before he made his first film appearance in 1914.

Career

Marshall began acting on the stage at 19, and played a wide variety of roles on Broadway from 1887.In 1902 (appearing in Clyde Fitch's drama "The City") he was the first actor to say "God Damm" on the broadway stage. (Saying it facing the audience would have been too shocking for the era- Marshall had to turn his back.) In 1914 he arrived in Hollywood where he made an immediate impact; by the time D.W. Griffith cast him as the High Priest of Bel in "", (1916) he had already appeared in a number of silents.

His career continued to thrive during the sound era and he remained busy for the remaining three decades of his life. He played a vast array of drunken trail scouts, lovable grandpas, unforgiving fathers, sinister attorneys and lecherous aristocrats. Marshall was married to screenwriter and playwright Marion Fairfax.

Filmography

*Hitler's Madman
*Behind Prison Walls
*Moontide
*Ten Gentlemen from West Point
*This Gun for Hire
*Sergeant York
*For Beauty's Sake
*Ball of Fire
*Youth Will Be Served
*Go West
*Chad Hanna
*Brigham Young
*Invisible Stripes
*Blue Montana Skies
*The Kid from Texas
*A Yank at Oxford
*College Swing
*Mr. Boggs Steps Out
*Arsene Lupin Returns
*The House of Mystery
*Souls at Sea
*She Asked for It
*Stand-In
*California Straight Ahead
*Hold'em Navy!
*A Tale of Two Cities
*Diamond Jim
*Black Fury,
*Murder on the Blackboard
*Massacre
*Night of Terror
*Corruption
*Laughing at Life
*Night Court
*Scandal for Sale
*Grand Hotel
*Red Dust
*Scarface
*Two-Fisted Law
*Strangers of the Evening
*Afraid to Talk
*Broken Lullaby
*Exposure
*The Beast of the City
*Arsene Lupin
*The Hatchet Man
*Klondike
*The Cabin in the Cotton
*The Unholy Garden
*The Virtuous Husband
*The Millionaire
*Fighting Caravans
*Mammy
*Murder Will Out
*Under a Texas Moon
*Numbered Men
*Tiger Rose
*Redemption
*One Night at Susie's
*She Couldn't Say No
*Tom Sawyer
*Burning Up
*Dancing Sweeties
*Common Clay
*The Big Trail
*The Show of Shows
*The Mysterious Doctor Fu Manchu
*Conquest
*Thunderbolt
*Redskin
*Skin Deep
*Queen Kelly
*The Bridge of San Luis Rey
*Mad Hour
*The Trail of '98
*The Perfect Crime
*Drums of Love
*Alias Jimmy Valentine
*Good Men and True
*Beware of Widows
*The Gorilla
*Jim the Conqueror
*The Cat and the Canary
*Old Loves and New
*The Torrent
*Twinkletoes
*Her Big Night
*Talker
*The Pace That Thrills
*The Merry Widow
*Smouldering Fires
*Anything Once
*Half-Way Girl
*Clothes Make the Pirate
*Pagan Passions
*The Stranger
*Passion's Pathway
*Reckless Romance
*Ridin' Kid from Powder River
*For Sale
*Along Came Ruth
*Hold Your Breath
*He Who Gets Slapped
*Temporary Marriage
*Thundergate
*Richard, the Lion-Hearted
*The Covered Wagon
*The Hunchback of Notre Dame
*Let's Go!
*Barefoot Boy
*Fools and Riches
*Broken Hearts of Broadway
*Brass Bottle
*His Last Race
*Defying Destiny
*Dangerous Trails
*Dangerous Maid
*Her Temporary Husband
*Law of the Lawless
*The Lying Truth
*Marriage Chance
*Too Much Business
*The Super Sex
*Only a Shop Girl
*The Village Blacksmith
*Penrod
*Without Compromise
*Fools of Fortune
*Any Night
*The Beautiful and Damned
*Deserted at the Altar
*Ladder Jinx
*Is Matrimony a Failure?
*Lotus Blossom
*Silent Years
*The Torrent
*Lotus Blossom
*What Happened to Rosa?
*Hail the Woman
*Cup of Life
*Sick Abed
*Her Beloved Villain
*Excuse My Dust
*Honest Hutch
*Gift Supreme
*Dancin' Fool
*Double Speed
*The Little 'fraid Lady
*Lottery Man
*Maggie Pepper
*The Fall Of Babylon
*Hawthorne of the USA
*Everywoman
*The Girl Who Stayed at Home
*Cheating Cheaters
*"The Grim Game"
*Crimson Gardenia
*Her Kingdom of Dreams
*Daughter of Mine
*Life Line
*Man from Funeral Range
*M'Liss
*The Squaw Man
*Things We Love
*Old Wives for New
*Too Many Millions
*We Can't Have Everything
*The Whispering Chorus
*Arizona
*Bound in Morocco
*A Modern Musketeer
*A Romance of the Redwoods
*Golden Fetter
*The Devil-Stone
*Countess Charming
*Martha's Vindication
*Oliver Twist
*Everybody's Doing It
*The Fatal Glass of Beer
*"Intolerance"
*Joan the Woman
*The Painted Soul
*The Sable Lorcha
*Fighting with Kit Carson [Serial]
*The Hurricane Express [Serial]

tageplay

*The Trap (1915)
*The Clever Ones (1915)
*The House of Bondage (1914)
*The Girl and the Pennant (1913)
*The Talker (1912)
*The City (1910)
*Paid in Full (1908)
*The Builders (1907)
*The Stolen Story (1906)
*Just Out of College (1905)
*An African Millionaire (1904)
*The Best of Friends (1903)
*Hearts Aflame (1902)
*Sky Farm (1902)
*Because She Loved Him So (1899)

External links

*ibdb name|id=15559|name= Tully Marshall
*imdb name|id= 0551222|name= Tully Marshall

Persondata
NAME= Marshall, Tully
ALTERNATIVE NAMES= Phillips, William
SHORT DESCRIPTION=Actor
DATE OF BIRTH= 1864-4-10
PLACE OF BIRTH= Nevada City, California
DATE OF DEATH= 1943-3-10
PLACE OF DEATH= Encino, California


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