Marjorie Reynolds was an American film and television actress, who appeared in more than 50 films.
Reynolds was born in Buhl, Idaho. Her parents made the cross-country trip from Maine to settle in California. She was a featured child actress in such silent films as Scaramouche. Her first speaking role was in Murder in Greenwich Village. She appeared in bit parts in numerous films including Gone with the Wind.
Reynolds played the loyal girlfriend opposite wrongly accused Richard Cromwell in Enemy Agent. That same year, in The Fatal Hour, Reynolds appeared for Monogram Pictures as a reporter on the trail of Boris Karloff's detective James Lee Wong, and opposite Grant Withers as a cop.
Perhaps her best-known film was Holiday Inn, which introduced the classic song "White Christmas". She performed the song both as a duet with Bing Crosby and later in a solo performance, although her singing was dubbed by Martha Mears. The movie also showcased her dancing ability.
She also had major roles in Fritz Lang's Ministry of Fear and in the movie Up in Mabel's Room.
Reynolds starred with Abbott and Costello in the supernatural comedy The Time of Their Lives.