Actress Marcia Mae Jones, who played a string of notable roles as a child actress in the 1930s, has passed away at age 83.
At age 12, Jones appeared memorably as Rosalie in William Wyler's classic THESE THREE, which also starred Joel McCrea, Merle Oberon, Miriam Hopkins, and fellow child actress Bonita Granville.
Jones costarred in two of Shirley Temple's best-known movies, playing Klara, the crippled girl, in HEIDI and mean Lavinia in A LITTLE PRINCESS.
She also appeared as Mary in THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER.
Jones is one of the many actors from Hollywood's Golden Era who wasn't a household name but whose talent contributed immeasurably to many fine films.