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Marjorie Fowler

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Born: July 16, 1920 Cause of Death:
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Writer (feature film)

Wedding on Walton's Mountain, A (1982)
The first of three followup TV-movies inspired by the long- running series "The Waltons" (ironically a mainstay on the competing network from 1972 to 1980), this story, set immediately after World War II, focuses on the wedding plans of Erin Walton and Paul Northridge. Nearly all of the original cas
Wedding on Walton's Mountain, A (1982)
The first of three followup TV-movies inspired by the long- running series "The Waltons" (ironically a mainstay on the competing network from 1972 to 1980), this story, set immediately after World War II, focuses on the wedding plans of Erin Walton and Paul Northridge. Nearly all of the original cas

Editing (feature film)

Family Secrets (1984) as Editor
A recently widowed mother, her advertising executive daughter, and her teenage granddaughter, reunite for an emotion charged weekend to close up the recently-sold family home, relive painful memories and resolve long-standing tensions. For this film, initially called "Mother's Day" (after the day on
Washington Mistress (1982)
A U.S. Senator's ambitious aide falls head over heels for her boss' chief adversary, a high-powered lobbyist who happens to be married with a family, and becomes involved in a long-running affair. Pat Hingle replaced E.G. Marshall as the Senator.
Marva Collins Story, The (1981)
Cicely Tyson was Emmy-nominated as Outstanding Actress for her portrait of a Chicago schoolteacher whose remarkable achievements with black children labelled "unteachable" were spotlighted in a 1979 "60 Minutes" segment about how she became disillusioned with the traditional school system and decide
It's My Turn (1980)
Kate is a mathematics professor who is married to a cheerful architect named Homer. Kate travels from their home in Chicago to New York City, where she meets the handsome, recently retired professional baseball player Ben. The two are attracted to each other, and when Ben pursues her, Kate is surprised by her willingness to get romantically involved with him.
Prince of Central Park, The (1977)
A lonely widow who frequents Central Park becomes emotionally involved with two orphaned youngsters who have built an oasis for themselves there after fleeing from a foster home. A young Brooke Shields made her TV acting debut in a small role.
Runaways, The (1975) as Editor
An adventure drama about a teenage boy who runs away from his foster home after wrongly being accused of theft and soon crosses paths with a young leopard which has escaped from a wild-animal compound during a lightning storm. Both are befriended by a brusque female kennel owner with a heart of gold
Returning Home (1975) as Editor
A nostalgic war drama based on the 1946 Goldwyn classic "The Best Years of Our Lives," following three returning World War II veterans as they face the challenge of adjusting to civilian life. Coleman takes the Fredric March role and Selleck the part played by Dana Andrews, while non-professional ac
Girls of Huntington House, The (1973) as Editor
An unmarried teacher in a school for unwed mothers finds herself increasingly drawn to her students' problems, leading to a deep emotional crisis.
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972) as Film Editor
Cornelius and Zira's son Caesar leads apes to revolution in this installment of the apes saga. Dogs and cats have been wiped out by a plague and now apes are household pets that are treated like slaves. Caesar has the intelligence to fight this oppression.
Homecoming, The (1971)
This was the pilot movie for "The Waltons" (which began its long run in September 1972), recounting the events of one day -- Christmas Eve, 1933 -- in the lives of a rural American mountain family. Later called "The Homecoming -- A Christmas Story," it won a Christopher Award as well as Emmy nominat
The Strawberry Statement (1970) as Film Editor
A college student joins a group of revolutionaries to meet girls but ends up committed to their goals.
Once You Kiss a Stranger (1969) as Film Editor
A mentally unstable woman seduces a golfer. Together, they plot a murder scheme to kill the woman''s psychiatrist and the golfer''s rival.
Doctor Dolittle (1967) as Film Editor
A veterinarian who can communicate with animals travels abroad to search for a giant sea snail.
Dear Brigitte (1965) as Film Editor
An absent-minded poet with a prejudice against the sciences is forced to face the fact that his son is a math prodigy with little artistic talent of his own.
What a Way To Go! (1964) as Film Editor
A very wealthy widow retells her life with the four different husbands who made her rich.
Forty Pounds of Trouble (1963) as Film Editor
Take Her, She's Mine (1963) as Film Editor
A father attempts to protect his college-age daughter from trouble which leads to scandal.
Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962) as Film Editor
A husband and wife spend a holiday at the beach with their extensive family.
Lover Come Back (1961) as Film Editor
An ad exec in disguise courts his pretty female competitor.
The Outsider (1961) as Film Editor
A Native veteran who helped raise the flag at Iwo Jima suffers from survivor''''s guilt.
Elmer Gantry (1960) as Film Editor
A young drifter finds success as a traveling preacher until his past catches up with him.
The Man Who Understood Women (1959) as Film Editor
A producer''''s wife runs from life in Hollywood in search of her roots.
Separate Tables (1958) as Film Editor
The boarders at an English resort struggle with emotional problems.
Fräulein (1958) as Film Editor
Oh, Men! Oh, Women! (1957) as Film Editor
Crime of Passion (1957) as Editing Supervisor
An executive''''s wife barters sex for her husband''''s business success.
The Three Faces of Eve (1957) as Film Editor
A psychiatrist tries to help a woman integrate her split personalities.
Stopover Tokyo (1957) as Film Editor
The Brass Legend (1956) as Editing Supervisor
A young westerner''''s life is on the line when he stumbles on a notorious gunman''''s hideout.
Man Crazy (1953) as Supervising Film Editor
Three girls (Christine White, Irene Anders and Coleen Miller) living in a small, dull town dream of glamour and excitement. They think this becomes a reality when they discover some illegal money hidden by one of their employers. They take the money, go to Hollywood, buy a car and clothes and rent an elaborate house. There, they each meet a boy, one of whom eventually proves to be their downfall. And the man who was robbed finds them, and he isn't very happy.
Man in the Attic (1953) as Film Editor
A landlady suspects her mysterious new tenant is Jack the Ripper.
Damien (1950) as Film Editor
Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (1948) as Film Editor
A middle-aged man accidentally catches a mermaid and falls in love.
The Woman in the Window (1944) as Film Editor
A seductive woman gets an innocent professor mixed up in murder.

Editing (TV Mini-Series)

Evergreen (1985)
Opulent six-hour, three-part miniseries based on Belva Plain's romantic best-seller tracing the rise of a Polish-Jewish immigrant from seamstress on New York's lower East Side to wealthy wife of a Westchester contractor although the secret love of her life is the aristocratic son of the Fifth Avenue
Blue Knight, The (1973)
Veteran actor William Holden made his dramatic debut on TV in the role of Bumper Morgan, a twenty-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department on his last few days on the force before his retirement, and won an Emmy Award for his performance. The miniseries form as subsequently established bega

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