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|Portrayed by||Tracy Griffith|
|Appearance(s)||Sleepaway Camp III|
Marcia is a wealthy, privileged teenager from Defiance, Ohio, she is somewhat shy but later portrayed as outgoing, friendly and flirtous.
Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage WastelandEdit
She serves as the main protagonist and final girl of the film.
At the start of the film, Marcia discovers a wall of "Fuck Angela Baker" graffiti in the girl's cabin. Later, she acquiants herself with Tony DeHarrara and the two become friends during the first day.
The next few days of camp, Marcia and Tony become steady and bond over their lives and their time at camp.
Near the end of the film, Marcia is held hostage in one of the old cabins, and Tony, Greg and Anita have to find her. After hastily finding her, Greg and Anita meet their untimely deaths. Marcia then breaks free of her ropes and charges at Angela with the intent to kill her with an axe. After brutally wounding her in the chest, Marcia and Tony are taken in by the police, where Marcia reveals to Tony that she has a boyfriend back in Ohio, but asks him to visit her.
Marcia at first presents herself as the typical slasher final girl. She is a nice, polite white teenage girl with many things in common with Molly Nagle from the previous film.
However, Marcia has a streak of realism in her. She chooses to fight Angela to the death, not satisfied to merely survive, her instincts tell her to stab Angela behind self-defense. In addition, all of her flirting with Tony leads her to finally admit to him that she has a boyfriend when he offers to visit, proving that she's not the innocent naive girl she acts like.
Behind the ScenesEdit
The script describes her as "a pretty blonde 16-year old... Her slight nervousness makes her all the more appealing."
Named after Marcia Brady from The Brady Bunch.
Marcia was written to make a cameo reappearance in Michael A. Simpson's unproduced sequel Sleepaway Camp Berserk.