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Marshall in THE CAINE MUTINY.
About E.G. Marshall (1914 – 1998)
E.G. Marshall was born on June 18, 1914 in Owatonna, Minnesota. E.G. Marshall passed away on August 24, 1998 in Bedford, New York from lung cancer.
E.G. Marshall's birth name was Everett Eugene Grunz, and his nickname was Eej.
Marshall was the host of the long running radio series, The CBS Radio Mystery Theater. E.G. Marshall performed in the show as Ebeneezer Scrooge in its version of A CHRISTMAS CAROL in 1975.
E.G. Marshall earned his greatest fame for his work in hundreds of live 1950s television dramas, and for his starring role in THE DEFENDERS (1961-65), one of the rare socially conscious TV series of the period; he earned two Emmy Awards playing veteran attorney Lawrence Preston.
Marshall's voice is known for his narration of documentaries, and his face as a TV host/narrator.
E.G. Marshall's notable movie credits include...
ABSOLUTE POWER (1997)
RUSSIAN HOLIDAY (1992)
NATIONAL LAMPOON'S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989)
MY CHAUFFEUR (1986)
SUPERMAN II (1980)
TOWN WITHOUT PITY (1961)
TWELVE ANGRY MEN (1957)
MAN ON FIRE (1957)
EG Marshall in SUPERMAN II (1980).
E.G. Marshall in
THE CAINE MUTINY (1954).
E.G. Marshall in CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989).