Legendary actress, Margaret O'Brien, was born Angela Maxine O'Brien on Jan 15, 1937 in San Diego, CA. As of December 2016, Margaret O'Brien was 80 years old.
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She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Television and Motion Pictures. Margaret O'Brien's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #76 on Aug 15, 1946. O'Brien was never nominated for an Academy Award. However she won one Honorary Award in 1944 as outstanding child actress of 1944.
Warner Archive: and Wallace Beery Team Up in Bad Bascomb (1946)By KC on Aug 7, 2015 From Classic Movies
As outlaw Zed Bascomb, Wallace Beery is charmed by Mormon orphan in Bad Bascomb (1946), an under seen western now available on DVD from Warner Archive. While Bascomb is terrorizing the Rocky Mountain territories with his gang, federal agents are on the search for the crude crimina... Read full article
.By Dawn on Aug 15, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Although 's career was brief, she was one of the most highly regarded child actors in cinema history. She performed in one of my favorite films, Meet Me in St. Louis (1944). Romantic/ musical. Cast: Judy Garland, , Mary Astor, Lucille Bremer, Tom Drake, Leon Ames, Mar... Read full article
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Peter Humphreys: [the children are taking their bathes. Peter and Margaret have their own tubs alligned next to each other with John Davis in the middle, helping them both] Thank you, my Mr. Davis.
Margaret White: He is NOT your Mr. Davis, he's MY Mr. Davis!
Peter Humphreys: No, he's MY Mr. Davis!
Margaret White: No, he's MY Mr. Davis!
[with that, Margaret splashes water at Peter]
Peter Humphreys: He's MY Mr. Davis!
[Peter splashes her right back]
Margaret White: He's MY Mr. Davis!
[Margaret splashes again]
Margaret White: [the children's altercation continues and speeds up, with John Davis trying to plactate them both the whole time, and getting very wet in the process, but neither pay him any mind]
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