Margaret Lockwood Overview:

Actress, Margaret Lockwood, was born Margaret Mary Lockwood Day on Sep 15, 1916 in Karachi, Pakistan. Lockwood died at the age of 73 on Jul 15, 1990 in Kensington, England .

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Centennial: Tribute to a most Extraordinary British Star

By Virginie Pronovost on Sep 15, 2016 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

. What could I first say about this actress? I love her so much, I honestly don’t know where to start. I’ve waited for this moment for?so long. Oh sure, I could have written about my love and admiration for her before, but isn’t there a more perfect occasion than h... Read full article


THE CENTENNIAL BLOGATHON: THE STARS LOOK DOWN (1940)

By Caftan Woman on Sep 13, 2016 From Caftan Woman

Today's post is a proud contribution to Terence Towles Canote's Centennial Blogathon. Click unto A Shroud of Thoughts for the tributes to this most worthy star. A.J. Cronin (TVs Dr. Finlay's Casebook) was a Scottish physician and novelist whose popular novels did more than enter... Read full article


Myrna Loy and to meet in the 30's era final match

By monty on Apr 2, 2016 From All Good Things

With one of the most amazing comebacks, Myrna Loy defeated Barbara Stanwyck 51-48. Myrna had trailed by as many as 13 votes for most of the week until she made a move beginning late Thursday. She will now face , the last of the tourney underdogs as Margaret herself rallied to overco... Read full article


Remember

By Virginie Pronovost on Jul 15, 2015 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

25 years ago, the incredible British actress left this Earth to become an angel in the paradise of movie stars. For the occasion, I invite you to read the following article about the Gainsborough Pictures Queen written by author Lyndsy Spence for The History Press. A truly great an... Read full article


The Blogathon: The Stars Look Down (1940)

By Brandie on Sep 15, 2011 From True Classics

By 1940, had become one of the most popular British actresses in film, having made a splash two years prior in The Lady Vanishes for director Alfred Hitchcock. She had tried to follow in the footsteps of fellow India-born Brit Vivien Leigh by moving to Hollywood, with the intent of... Read full article


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Margaret Lockwood Quotes:

Iris Henderson: I've no regrets. I've been everywhere and done everything. I've eaten caviar at Cannes, sausage rolls at the dogs. I've played baccarat at Biarritz and darts with the rural dean. What is there left for me but marriage?


Clarissa Marr: [Introducing herself to Heter] I'm Clarissa.
[Offerin her a piece of candy]
Clarissa Marr: Would you have a sugar vixen?
Hesther Shaw: No, thank you. I don't care for sugary things.


Harlan Chambers: I'd like you to be there when I went home for the holidays.
Vicky Standing: Well, Harlan, I may have other plans. I might decide to become a pioneer woman at that. Don't you think I could, Inspector Montague?
Inspector Angus 'Monty' Montague: Do what?
Vicky Standing: Don't you think I could become a pioneer woman?
Inspector Angus 'Monty' Montague: I'm sure you could, if you put your mind to it.
Vicky Standing: Well, Harlan, that's one vote for me.


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Margaret Lockwood Facts
Husband Rupert Leon was insanely jealous of her fame and beauty - he disliked her wearing makeup, forbade her to smoke and tried to force her into retiring from the screen.

She was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 1980, which was her last public appearance. She lived in virtual seclusion until her death 10 years later.

The Margaret Lockwood Society operates on Facebook.

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