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Lockwood, Margaret

Summary Article: Lockwood, Margaret (1916 – 1990) from The Crystal Reference Encyclopedia
English actress, born in Karachi, SE Pakistan (formerly India). She studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, made her film debut in Lorna Doone (1935), and starred in the Alfred Hitchcock film The Lady Vanishes (1938). In the late 1940s she was Britain’s most popular leading lady, appearing regularly in theatre productions. Later films include Cast a Dark Shadow (1955) and The Slipper and the Rose (1976).Major works:Films (1935) Lorna Doone (1935) Midshipman Easy (1935) Jury’s Evidence (1936) The Amateur Gentleman (1936) The Beloved Vagabond (1937) The Street Singer (1938) Owd Bob (1938) Bank Holiday (US Three on a Weekend) (1938) The Lady Vanishes (1939) A Girl Must Live (1939...    Continue Reading

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