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Vintage Film Festival

movie-reels79The Foundation produces the Vintage Film Festival every year on a weekend in October. Full details here.

 

Marie Dressler House

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The history of the Marie Dressler House is here.  It is now the home of the Interactive Canadian Women in Film Museum.

Dressler House is located at:
212 King street West (Hwy 2),
Cobourg, Ontario, Canada.


The Marie Dressler Museum has been expanded and is now called "Canadian Women in Film Museum".


Hours

Due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols, the museum will be open by appointment only.

Visit the new museum's website here for details of how to book your visit.

 

Latest Bursaries

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    Ben Hughes 2018

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    David Robert 2016

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    Andrew Atanasoff 2019

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    Kieva Earle 2018

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    Juliette Sinnott 2019

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    Stephanie Kooman 2017

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    Amy Scott 2016

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    Morgan Murray 2017

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    Ava Bogyay 2019

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    Mackenzie Earle 2017

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    Olivia Rapsos 2019

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    Carlie White 2016

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    Kyler Tonkin 2017

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    Carter Holmes 2017

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    Sydney Stewart 2018

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    Christian Hodge 2016

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    Graham Beer 2018

Although Marie Dressler made about 40 films, only 38 films are listed below. If you have information on any of the missing films, please let us know here.

Marie Dressler with Lionel BarrymoreMarie Dressler & Lionel Barrymore in MGM's Dinner at Eight

  • Going Hollywood - (1933)
  • Christopher Bean - (1933)
  • Dinner at Eight - (1933)
  • Tugboat Annie - (1933)
  • Prosperity - (1932)
  • Emma - (1932) - nominated for Oscar
  • The Christmas Party - (1931)
  • Politics - (1931)
  • Reducing - (1931)
  • Min and Bill - (1931) - Oscar for best actress
  • The March of Time - (1930)
  • Anna Christie (1930)
  • Derelict - (1930)
  • Let Us Be Gay - (1930)
  • Caught Short - (1930)
  • One Romantic Night - (1930)
  • The Girl Said No - (1930)
  • Chasing Rainbows - (1930)

Tugboat AnnieTugboat Annie

  • Voice of Hollywood - (1929)
  • The Vagabond Lover - (1929)
  • Dangerous Females - (1929)
  • The Hollywood Revue of 1929 - (1929)
  • The Divine Lady - (1929)
  • The Patsy - (1928)
  • Bringing Up Father - (1928)
  • Breakfast at Sunrise - (1927)
  • The Joy Girl - (1927)
  • The Callahans and the Murphys - (1927)
  • The Cross Red Nurse - (1918)
  • The Agonies of Agnes - (1918)
  • The Scrub Lady - (1917)
  • Tillie Wakes Up - (1917)
  • Fired - (1917)
  • Tillie's Divorce Case (1916)
  • Tillie's Day Off - (1916)
  • Elopement - (1916)
  • Tillie's Tomato Surprise - (1915)
  • Tillie's Punctured Romance - (1914)

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Marie with Charlie Chaplin and Mabel Normand in Tillie's Punctured Romance.