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'''Marjorie Bennett''' ([[Mrs. Downey]]) was born January 15, 1896 in York, Australia.  She was the daughter of Adrienne Morrison.  Her sisters were actresses Enid Bennett and Catherine Bennett.
 
'''Marjorie Bennett''' ([[Mrs. Downey]]) was born January 15, 1896 in York, Australia.  She was the daughter of Adrienne Morrison.  Her sisters were actresses Enid Bennett and Catherine Bennett.
  
Marjorie Bennett had a long career in movies and television with hundreds of roles from 1917 through 1980.  She appeared in three episodes of ''[["CHiPs"]]'' as Mrs. Downey. She and [[Natalie Schafer]] are the only two people to ever appear on ''"CHiPs"'' that were not born in the 20th century.
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Marjorie Bennett had a long career in movies and television with hundreds of roles from 1917 through 1980.  She appeared in three episodes of ''[["CHiPs"]]'' as Mrs. Downey.
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Marjorie, [[George Chandler]], and [[Natalie Schafer]] are the only people to ever appear on ''"CHiPs"'' that were not born in the 20th century.
  
 
She died of cancer on June 14, 1982 in [[Hollywood, California|Hollywood]], [[California]].
 
She died of cancer on June 14, 1982 in [[Hollywood, California|Hollywood]], [[California]].

Revision as of 22:06, 23 September 2014

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Marjorie Bennett as Mrs. Downey in "Baby Food"

Marjorie Bennett (Mrs. Downey) was born January 15, 1896 in York, Australia. She was the daughter of Adrienne Morrison. Her sisters were actresses Enid Bennett and Catherine Bennett.

Marjorie Bennett had a long career in movies and television with hundreds of roles from 1917 through 1980. She appeared in three episodes of "CHiPs" as Mrs. Downey.

Marjorie, George Chandler, and Natalie Schafer are the only people to ever appear on "CHiPs" that were not born in the 20th century.

She died of cancer on June 14, 1982 in Hollywood, California.

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