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Although Marie Dressler made about 40 films, only 38 films are listed below. If you have information on any of the missing films, please let us know here.
  • Going Hollywood - (1933)
  • Christopher Bean - (1933)
  • Dinner at Eight - (1933)
  • Tugboat Annie - (1933)
  • Prosperity - (1932)
  • Emma - (1932) - nominated for Oscar
  • The Christmas Party - (1931)
  • Politics - (1931)
  • Reducing - (1931)
  • Min and Bill - (1931) - Oscar for best actress
  • The March of Time - (1930)
  • Anna Christie (1930)
  • Derelict - (1930)
  • Let Us Be Gay - (1930)
  • Caught Short - (1930)
  • One Romantic Night - (1930)
  • The Girl Said No - (1930)
  • Chasing Rainbows - (1930)
  • Voice of Hollywood - (1929)
  • The Vagabond Lover - (1929)
  • Dangerous Females - (1929)
  • The Hollywood Revue of 1929 - (1929)
  • The Divine Lady - (1929)
  • The Patsy - (1928)
  • Bringing Up Father - (1928)
  • Breakfast at Sunrise - (1927)
  • The Joy Girl - (1927)
  • The Callahans and the Murphys - (1927)
  • The Cross Red Nurse - (1918)
  • The Agonies of Agnes - (1918)
  • The Scrub Lady - (1917)
  • Tillie Wakes Up - (1917)
  • Fired - (1917)
  • Tillie's Divorce Case (1916)
  • Tillie's Day Off - (1916)
  • Elopement - (1916)
  • Tillie's Tomato Surprise - (1915)
  • Tillie's Punctured Romance - (1914)

Marie Dressler with Lionel Barrymore

Above: Marie Dressler & Lionel Barrymore in MGM's Dinner at Eight

Below: Tugboat Annie

Tugboat Annie

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Marie with Charlie Chaplin and Mabel Normand in Tillie's Punctured Romance.