J. Peverell Marley was Linda Darnell's first husband and the cameraman for several acclaimed films, including "The Ten Commandments" (1923), "Life With Father" (1947) and "Of Human Bondage" (1946).
Marley did the camerawork for Darnell's first screen test and movies, and the two married in Las Vegas in 1943. Marley had previously been married to Linda Basquette, a dancer, and actress Virginia Ruth McAdoo.
Some of his other credits as a cinematographer are "King of Kings" (1927), "Night and Day" (1946) and the 1926 film "The Volga Boatmen."
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