Jane Murfin - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Jane Murfin’s height is 5ft 5.5in (1.66 m)

Jane Murfin was an American playwright and screenwriter. Born in Quincy, Michigan, Murfin began her career with the play Lilac Time, which she co-wrote with Jane Cowl. The Broadway production opened on February 6, 1917 and ran for 176 performances.

Best Known For Movie: The Women
Height: 5ft 5.5in (1.66 m)
Born: October 27, 1892, Quincy, Michigan, USA
Filmography: The Women (2008/I), Ponds Theater (1953), Broadway Television Theatre (1953), Dragon Seed (1944), Cry ‘Havoc’ (1943), Flight for Freedom (1943), Smilin’ Through (1941), Andy Hardy’s Private Secretary (1941), Pride and Prejudice (1940), Northwest Passage (1940), The Women (1939), Stand Up and Fight (1939), The Shining Hour (1938), I’ll Take Romance (1937), That Girl from Paris (1936), Come and Get It (1936), Alice Adams (1935), Roberta (1935), Romance in Manhattan (1935), The Little Minister (1934), The Fountain (1934), The Life of Vergie Winters (1934), This Man Is Mine (1934), The Crime Doctor (1934), Spitfire (1934), Little Women (1933), After Tonight (1933), Ann Vickers (1933), Double Harness (1933), The Silver Cord (1933), Our Betters (1933), Rockabye (1932), Smilin’ Through (1932), What Price Hollywood? (1932), Young Bride (1932), Way Back Home (1931), Friends and Lovers (1931), Caught Plastered (1931), Too Many Cooks (1931), White Shoulders (1931), The Pay-Off (1930), Leathernecking (1930), Lawful Larceny (1930), The Runaway Bride (1930), Seven Keys to Baldpate (1929), Dance Hall (1929), Half Marriage (1929), Side Street (1929), Street Girl (1929), Lilac Time (1928), The Prince of Headwaiters (1927), The Notorious Lady (1927), Meet the Prince (1926), The Savage (1926), A Slave of Fashion (1925), White Fang (1925), Flapper Wives (1924), The Love Master (1924), Brawn of the North (1922), Smilin’ Through (1922), The Silent Call (1921), Playthings of Destiny (1921), The Amateur Wife (1920), The Right to Lie (1919), A Temperamental Wife (1919), Marie, Ltd. (1919), Daybreak (1918), Flapper Wives (1924), The Love Master (1924), Brawn of the North (1922), Flapper Wives (1924), Brawn of the North (1922), Break of Hearts (1935), Brawn of the North (1922), 1925 Studio Tour (1925).
Other Names: Alan Langdon Martin
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Occupation: Playwright, Writer

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