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Scott Marlowe - Western Series
... In 1956, Marlowe appeared as Knox Cutler in the western film The Young Guns ... Marlowe guest starred three times in significant segments of Richard Boone's CBS western, Have Gun - Will Travel ... In the 1961 episode "The Duke of Texas", Marlowe played an arrogant young Austrian nobleman named Franz, who seeks to succeed his proclaimed cousin, Maximilian ...
Scott Marlowe - Early Film Career
... Marlowe first appeared on film in the 1954 production of Attila, directed by Pietro Francisci ... Marlowe often took film roles of dysfunctional juveniles in a series of films made during the 1950s, including The Scarlet Hour (1956) as the young rebel ... Marlowe matured in Hollywood when films turned toward more realistic dramas with new stars like Marlon Brando, James Dean, and Jeff Chandler ...
Scott Marlowe - Death
... Marlowe died of a heart attack at the age of sixty-eight ... Marlowe never married ... At the time of his death, Marlowe was reading film scripts and had approached Tom Hanks to see if the two could work together on a movie ...
Marlowe, West Virginia
... Marlowe is an unincorporated town on U.S ... National Register of Historic Places located near Marlowe are the Charles Downs II House, Harmony Cemetery, Marlowe Consolidated School, and Power Plant ...
Marion Marlowe
... Marion Marlowe (March 7, 1929 – March 24, 2012) was an American singer and actress ... Marlowe worked with Frank Parker ("Moonlight and Roses") and was married to the television producer, Larry Puck ...

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    Realism to be effective must be a matter of selection. ... genius chooses its materials with a view to their beauty and effectiveness; mere talent copies what it thinks is nature, only to find it has been deceived by the external grossness of things.
    —Julia Marlowe (1866–1950)

    The shepherd swains shall dance and sing
    For thy delight each May morning:
    If these delights thy mind may move,
    Then live with me and be my Love.
    —Christopher Marlowe (1564–1593)

    Ah, Faustus,
    Now hast thou but one bare hour to live,
    And then thou must be damned perpetually!
    Stand still, you ever-moving spheres of heaven,
    That time may cease and midnight never come!
    Fair Nature’s eye, rise, rise again and make
    Perpetual day; or let this hour be but
    A year, a month, a week, a natural day,
    That Faustus may repent and save his soul!
    —Christopher Marlowe (1564–1593)