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  1. Herbert Marshall - Wikipedia › wiki › Herbert_Marshall

    2, including Sarah Marshall. Herbert Brough Falcon Marshall (23 May 1890 – 22 January 1966) was an English stage, screen and radio actor who starred in many popular and well-regarded Hollywood films in the 1930s and 1940s. After a successful theatrical career in the United Kingdom and North America, he became an in-demand Hollywood leading ...

    • Herbert Brough Falcon Marshall, 23 May 1890, London, England
    • 22 January 1966 (aged 75), Beverly Hills, California, U.S.
  2. Herbert Marshall (writer) - Wikipedia › wiki › Herbert_Marshall_(writer)

    Herbert Percival James Marshall (20 January 1906—28 May 1991) was a British writer who was also involved in filmmaking, theater design and direction, education, and Russian literature. Personal life & career In 1935, while living in Moscow, Marshall married Fredda Brilliant, a Polish-born actress and sculptor with whom he often collaborated.

    • Edinburgh Film Festival Award
    • British
    • writing, filmmaking, theatre design, theatre direction, education, Russian literature
    • 20 January 1906, East Ham, London, England, UK
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  4. Herbert Marshall (statistician) - Wikipedia › Herbert_Marshall_(statistician)

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For other people with the same name, see Herbert Marshall (disambiguation). Herbert Marshall OBE (1888–1977) was a Canadian academic, statistician, and third Dominion Statistician from 1945 until his retirement in 1956.

  5. Herbert Menzies Marshall - Wikipedia › wiki › Herbert_Menzies_Marshall
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    Herbert Menzies Marshall was an English watercolour painter and illustrator, and earlier in life a cricket player.

    Marshall was born in Leeds, the son of a County Court judge, and educated at Westminster School, London, and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he earned a "blue" at cricket. He studied architecture under Charles-Auguste Questel in Paris and at the Royal Academy, London where he was awarded a "travelling studentship". When he returned to the academy in 1869, he decided to train instead as a watercolourist.

    A right-handed batsman who played mostly for Cambridge University, he made 15 appearances in first-class matches. He played for the Gentlemen in the Gentlemen v Players series in 1861 and 1862. His highest score was 76 not out, out of a team total of 151, for Cambridge University in the annual match against Oxford University in 1861. According to his Wisden obituary, he "was generally considered the best long stop of his day", his fielding to the "tremendously fast bowling" of his Cambridge team

    Marshall exhibited in London at the Royal Academy, Fine Art Society, Royal Watercolour Society and elsewhere. He was a member of the Royal Watercolour Society and Royal Society of Painters and Etchers. In 1914, he became professor of landscape painting at Queen’s College, London, where he remained until his death. Marshall became known for his cityscapes of London but also painted in other parts of England and Scotland, and on the continent in the Netherlands, France and Germany.

  6. Talk:Herbert Marshall - Wikipedia › wiki › Talk:Herbert_Marshall
    • Which Leg amputated?
    • How Many Children?
    • Wounded in 1917 Not 1915
    • External Links Modified

    I know it says here and some other places that it was his right leg that was amputated from his World War I wound, but after having watched numerous of his films, it certainly appears to me that it was his left leg that was a prosthesis. If you pay attention to the way he walks he favors his right leg, not his left. More importantly, I just watched him in High Wall and at one point while seated, he taps his right foot on the floor and moves his right leg around a bit, while his left leg remains totally immobile. How could he have done that if his right leg (and, of course, foot) was amputated? Also, at one point in the movie, he bends down toward a safe and his easily and naturally bent right leg is clearly visible. You can't really see his left one at all. I also just saw him in Make Way for a Lady. In that film, he bends his right knee normally to step up onto a train and then he grabs ahold of the railing and pulls his body up. His left leg remains straight as he lifts himself on...

    This article currently states that he had three children (with no citations for the claim). However, the sources I could find all said he had two daughters, Sarah and Anne. If nobody can come up with evidence for the claim that he had three children, I think the page needs to be changed to show that he had two daughters only. Rmm413 (talk) 15:26, 22 August 2014 (UTC)

    As he didn't actually enlist until 2 June 1916 it is impossible for him to have been wounded by a sniper in 1915. A TNA blog gives the true dates based upon his attestation papers. (talk) 18:52, 3 January 2015 (UTC)Robert Boon 1. Thank you for this information. I'm sorry I didn't see it earlier. The page has now been changed to reflect the proper date. It's just a good reminder that even if one has a source, it may not be accurate. Rmm413 (talk) 16:57, 7 September 2015 (UTC)

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  7. Herbert Marshall – Wikipedia › wiki › Herbert_Marshall

    Herbert Marshall war fünfmal verheiratet und hatte zwei Kinder, darunter die Schauspielerin Sarah Marshall. Seine ersten drei Ehen mit Mollie Maitland (1915–1928), Edna Best (1928–1940) und Elizabeth Roberta Russell (1940–1947), einer Schwester von Rosalind Russell , wurden geschieden.

  8. Herbert Marshall - Wikipedia › wiki › Herbert_Marshall
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    Nacque in Inghilterra da Percy F. Marshall e da Ethel May Turnercon. Dopo essersi diplomato al St. Mary's College di Harlow, lavorò per un certo tempo come commesso in un negozio.

    Film e documentari su Herbert Marshall

    1. Le dee dell'amore (The Love Goddesses) documentario di Saul J. Turell- filmati di repertorio (1965)

    Herbert Marshall, su, De Agostini.
    (EN) Herbert Marshall, su Enciclopedia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
    (EN) Herbert Marshall, su Internet Movie Database,
    (EN) Herbert Marshall, su AllMovie, All Media Network.
  9. Herbert Marshall - Wikipedia › wiki › Herbert_Marshall

    Herbert Brough Falcon Marshall (n. 23 mai 1890, Londra, Regatul Unit al Marii Britanii și Irlandei – d. 22 ianuarie 1966, Beverly Hills, California, SUA) a fost un actor de teatru și de radio în limba engleză, care, în ciuda faptului că a pierdut un picior în timpul Primului Război Mondial, a jucat în numeroase filme populare și bine-cunoscute de la Hollywood în anii 1930 și 1940.

  10. Marshall McLuhan - Wikipedia › wiki › Marshall_McLuhan

    Herbert Marshall McLuhan CC (July 21, 1911 – December 31, 1980) was a Canadian philosopher, whose work is among the cornerstones of the study of media theory. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, McLuhan studied at the University of Manitoba and the University of Cambridge.

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