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Theodore Marston (August 10, 1868 in Minnesota – October 2, 1920 in Los Angeles, California, United States) was an American silent film director and writer during the early silent period. He directed films including Aurora Floyd in 1912 and worked with actors such as William Garwood and Harry Benham.
- She (1911)
- The Last of the Mohicans (1911)
- David Copperfield (1911) recent research disputes that Marston directed this film
- Put Yourself in His Place (1912)
- Aurora Floyd (1912)
- Robin Hood (1913)
- The Battle of Frenchman's Run (1915)
- The Caveman (1915)
- The Secret Kingdom (1917)
- The Raggedy Queen (1917)
- The Girl by the Roadside (1917)
- The Black Gate (1919)
- Pointer, Michael (1996). Charles Dickens On The Screen: The Film, Television, and Video Adaptations. Scarecrow Press. p. 121. ISBN 0-810-82960-6.
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