Josephine F. Marcus

Josephine F. Marcus, mother of MGM Pictures president Mike Marcus, died Dec. 12, 1996, of unreported causes in Pittsburgh. She was 79.

Directors John Landis and the Farrelly Brothers used her as an extra in the features “Innocent Blood” and “Kingpin” when these productions were on location in Pittsburgh.

In addition to Mike Marcus, she is also survived by two other sons.

In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions to WQED-TV Programming, 4802 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213.

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