Margaret Campbell was born on April 24, 1883 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. She was an American Actress, known for Monte Carlo (1926), Please get Married (1919), The Girl in the Taxi (1922), Margaret Campbell's first movie on record is from 1919. She was married to Josef Swickard. Margaret Campbell died on June 27, 1939 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1926.
Margaret Campbell Filmography [Auszug]
1926: [/ /1] Monte Carlo (Cast), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Lew Cody, Roy D'Arcy,
1925: [11.22] The Home Maker (Cast: Mattie Farnum), Directed by King Baggot, with Alice Joyce, Clive Brook, ,
1922:  The Girl in the Taxi (Cast), Directed by Lloyd Ingraham, with Grace Cunard, Flora Parker DeHaven,
1921: [12.16] Their Mutual Child (Cast: Mrs. Lora Delane Porter), Directed by George L. Cox, with Margarita Fischer, Joseph Bennett,
1920: [10.00] In the Heart of a Fool (Cast: Mrs. Nesbit), Directed by Allan Dwan, with James Kirkwood, Anna Q. Nilsson, Mary Thurman,
1919: [10.25] Please get Married (Cast: Mrs. John Harper Ashley), Directed by John Ince, with Viola Dana, Antrim Short,
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