Margaret Lockwood was born on September 15, 1916 in Karachi. She was an English Actress, known for The Slipper and the Rose (1976), Trent's last case (1953), Trouble in the Glen (1954), Margaret Lockwood's first movie on record is from 1936. Margaret Lockwood died on July 15, 1990 in London. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1976.
Margaret Lockwood Filmography [Auszug]
1976: [/ /1] The Slipper and the Rose (Cinderella's silberner Schuh) (Cast: Die Stiefmutter), Directed by Bryan Forbes, with Lally Bowers, Kenneth More,
1955:  Cast a dark Shadow (Cast), Directed by Lewis Gilbert, with Dirk Bogarde,
1954: [/ /1] Trouble in the Glen (Cast), Directed by Herbert Wilcox, with Forrest Tucker, Orson Welles,
1953: [/ /1] Trent's last case (Cast), Directed by Herbert Wilcox, with Orson Welles, Michael Wilding,
1953:  Laughing Anne (Cast), Directed by Herbert Wilcox, with Wendell Corey, Forrest Tucker,
1945: [11.15] The Wicked Lady (Cast), Directed by Leslie Arliss, with James Mason, Patricia Roc,
1940: [08.31] Night Train to Munich (Cast: Anna Bomasch ), Directed by Carol Reed, with Rex Harrison, Paul Henreid,
1939:  A girl must live (Cast), Directed by Carol Reed, with Lilli Palmer, George Robey,
1939:  Susannah of the Mounties (Cast: Vicky Standin), Directed by William A. Seiter, Walter Lang, with J. Farrell MacDonald, Maurice Moscovich,
1937:  The Lady vanishes (Cast: Iris Henderson), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with , Basil Radford, ,
1936: [08/25] The Beloved Vagabond (Cast: Blanquette ), Directed by Curtis Bernhardt, with Maurice Chevalier, Betty Stockfeld,
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