Marge Champion

Actress | Miscellaneous Crew | Soundtrack
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KNOWN FOR 
Sing Your Song (2011) | The Party (1968) | Show Boat (1951)
AWARDS 
Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 wins More »
AKA 
Marjorie Bell | Marge Champion Sagal
BORN 
Sep 2, 1919 (age 98)
HEIGHT 
5' 2" (1.57m)

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Past Film & Video (24 titles)YEARBUDGETDOMESTIC / WORLDWIDE
  • Primary photo for Whose Life Is It Anyway?Whose Life Is It Anyway? Choreographer  Less 1981 $13MM $8.2MM / —
  • Primary photo for That's Entertainment, Part IIThat's Entertainment, Part II Clip from 'Lovely to Look At' (archive footage), Performer ("Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" (1933)) (uncredited)  Less 1976
  • Primary photo for The Day of the LocustThe Day of the Locust Dance Supervisor  Less 1975 $18MM / —
  • Primary photo for Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico CountyCockeyed Cowboys of Calico County Mrs. Bester  Less 1970
  • Primary photo for The SwimmerThe Swimmer Peggy Forsburgh  Less 1968
  • Primary photo for The PartyThe Party Rosalind Dunphy  Less 1968 $1.5MM
  • Primary photo for Three for the ShowThree for the Show Gwen Howard, Performer ("Someone To Watch Over Me", "Just One Of Those Things", "I've Got A Crush On You", "Which One")  Less 1955
  • Primary photo for Jupiter's DarlingJupiter's Darling Meta, Performer ("If This Be Slav'ry", "The Life Of An Elephant")  Less 1955 $3.3MM
  • Primary photo for Give a Girl a BreakGive a Girl a Break Madelyn Corlane, Performer ("Give a Girl a Break", "It Happens Every Time", "Challenge Dance" (uncredited))  Less 1953
  • Primary photo for Everything I Have Is YoursEverything I Have Is Yours Pamela Hubbard  Less 1952
  • Primary photo for Lovely to Look AtLovely to Look At Clarisse, Performer ("I Won't Dance", "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes") (uncredited)  Less 1952
  • Primary photo for Show BoatShow Boat Ellie May Shipley, Performer ("I Might Fall Back on You" (1927), "Cakewalk" (1927), "Life Upon the Wicked Stage" (1927)) (uncredited)  Less 1951 $2.3MM $5.3MM / $7.6MM
  • Primary photo for Mr. MusicMr. Music Marge Champion  Less 1950
  • Primary photo for FantasiaFantasia Movement Model (uncredited)  Less 1940 $2.3MM $76MM / —
  • Primary photo for PinocchioPinocchio Model ("The Blue Fairy") (uncredited)  Less 1940 $2.6MM $84MM / —
  • Primary photo for All Women Have SecretsAll Women Have Secrets Marion (as Marjorie Bell)  Less 1939
  • Primary photo for What a LifeWhat a Life Student in Doorway at Dance (uncredited)  Less 1939
  • Primary photo for Sorority HouseSorority House Coed (uncredited)  Less 1939
  • Primary photo for The Story of Vernon and Irene CastleThe Story of Vernon and Irene Castle Irene's Girlfriend (uncredited)  Less 1939 $1.2MM $1.1MM / $705K
  • Primary photo for Honor of the WestHonor of the West Diane Allen (as Marjorie Bell)  Less 1939
  • Primary photo for Delinquent ParentsDelinquent Parents Dancer (uncredited), Dance Director (as Marjorie Bell), Performer ("Once Around the Clock") (as Marjorie Bell)  Less 1938
  • Primary photo for Snow White and the Seven DwarfsSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs Performance Model ("Snow White") (uncredited)  Less 1937 $2MM $185MM / $418MM
  • Primary photo for Sunday Night at the TrocaderoSunday Night at the Trocadero (Short) Margie Bell - Dancer (uncredited)  Less 1937
  • Primary photo for The Goddess of SpringThe Goddess of Spring (Short) Movement Model (Persephone) (uncredited)  Less 1934
Past Television (17 titles)YEAREPISODE COUNT
  • Primary photo for I Do! I Do!I Do! I Do! (TV Movie) Director  Less 1983
  • Primary photo for FameFame (TV Series) Ann Carlton ( 1 episode, 1982 )  Less 1982 1
  • Primary photo for MasadaMasada (TV Mini-series) Dialogue Coach ( 4 episodes, 1981 )  Less 1981 4
    • Part IV (Apr 8, 1981) Dialogue Coach (as Marge Champion Sagal)  Less
    • Part III (Apr 7, 1981) Dialogue Coach (as Marge Champion Sagal)  Less
    • Part II (Apr 6, 1981) Dialogue Coach (as Marge Champion Sagal)  Less
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  • Primary photo for When the Circus Came to TownWhen the Circus Came to Town (TV Movie) Choreographer (as Marge Champion Sagal), Dialogue Coach (as Marge Champion Sagal)  Less 1981
  • Primary photo for The Diary of Anne FrankThe Diary of Anne Frank (TV Movie) Dialogue Coach  Less 1980
  • Primary photo for IkeIke (TV Mini-series) Choreographer (UK) ( 2 episodes, 1979 )  Less 1979 2
  • Primary photo for The Awakening LandThe Awakening Land (TV Mini-series) Choreographer ( 3 episodes, 1978 ) , Dialogue Supervisor ( 3 episodes, 1978 )  Less 1978 3
    • Part III: The Town (Feb 21, 1978) Choreographer, Dialogue Supervisor  Less
    • Part II: The Fields (Feb 20, 1978) Choreographer, Dialogue Supervisor  Less
    • Part I: The Trees (Feb 19, 1978) Choreographer, Dialogue Supervisor  Less
  • Primary photo for Queen of the Stardust BallroomQueen of the Stardust Ballroom (TV Movie) Choreographer  Less 1975
  • Primary photo for The United States Steel HourThe United States Steel Hour (TV Series) Actress ( 1 episode, 1959 )  Less 1959 1
  • Primary photo for General Electric TheaterGeneral Electric Theater (TV Series) Kathleen Magee / Maude Applegate ( 2 episodes, 1956–1957 )  Less 1956–1957 2
  • Primary photo for Screen Directors PlayhouseScreen Directors Playhouse (TV Series) Claire Gregory ( 1 episode, 1956 )  Less 1956 1
  • Primary photo for Shower of StarsShower of Stars (TV Series) Actress ( 1 episode, 1956 )  Less 1956 1
  • Primary photo for Front Row CenterFront Row Center (TV Series) Actress ( 1 episode, 1955 )  Less 1955 1
  • Primary photo for The Red Skelton ShowThe Red Skelton Show (TV Series) Cameo ( 1 episode, 1954 )  Less 1954 1
  • Primary photo for Lux Video TheatreLux Video Theatre (TV Series) Millie ( 1 episode, 1953 )  Less 1953 1
  • Primary photo for The Philco Television PlayhouseThe Philco Television Playhouse (TV Series) Actress ( 1 episode, 1949 )  Less 1949 1
  • Primary photo for The Admiral Broadway RevueThe Admiral Broadway Revue (TV Series) Herself - Dancer ( 5 episodes, 1949 ) , Performer ("Picnic") ( 1 episode, 1949 ) , Performer ("An Old-Fashioned Tune", "Oh, You Beautiful Doll" (uncredited)) ( 1 episode, 1949 ) , Performer ("The Reformer and the Maiden", "The Monte Carlo" (uncredited)) ( 1 episode, 1949 ) , Performer ("Song, Dance and Snappy Patter" (uncredited), "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee " (uncredited), "Ballad of Jesse James") ( 1 episode, 1949 ) , Performer ("Reencounter") ( 1 episode, 1949 )  Less 1949 5
    • Encore (Jun 3, 1949) Herself - Dancer, Performer ("Reencounter")  Less
    • Sing in a New Day (Apr 29, 1949) Herself - Dancer, Performer ("Song, Dance and Snappy Patter" (uncredited), "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee " (uncredited), "Ballad of Jesse James")  Less
    • April's Sun (Apr 15, 1949) Herself - Dancer, Performer ("Picnic") (uncredited)  Less
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Self (59 titles)YEARBUDGETDOMESTIC / WORLDWIDE
Archive Footage (2 titles)YEARBUDGETDOMESTIC / WORLDWIDE
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