Margaret Lockwood

Highest Rated:
97% The Lady Vanishes (1938)
Lowest Rated:
80% Bank Holiday (1938)
Birthday:
Sep 15
Birthplace:
Karachi, British India. [now Karachi, Pakistan]
Bio:
Born in India to a British railway clerk, Margaret Lockwood was educated at London's Italia Conti School. After training for an acting career at RADA (several years after her official stage debut at age 12), she made her first film in 1935, billed as Margie Day. After a series of inconsequential…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Bedelia
  • Actor
-- 2012
The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella
  • Stepmother
-- 1976
Cast a Dark Shadow
  • Actor
-- 1957
Trouble in the Glen
  • Marissa Mengues
-- 1954
Trent's Last Case
  • Margaret Manderson
-- 1952
Highly Dangerous
  • Frances Gray
-- 1950
Madness of the Heart
  • Lydia Garth
-- 1949
Cast a Dark Shadow (Angel)
  • Freda Jeffries
-- 1948
Jassy
  • Jassy Woodroffe
-- 1948
Hungry Hill
  • Fanny Rose Flower
-- 1947
The Wicked Lady
  • Barbara Worth/Lady Skelton
-- 1945
A Place of One's Own
  • Annette
-- 1945
The Man in Grey
  • Hesther Snow
-- 1945
I'll Be Your Sweetheart
  • Edie Storey
-- 1945
Love Story
  • Lissa Cambell
-- 1944
Give Us The Moon
  • Actor
-- 1944
Quiet Wedding
  • Janet Royd
-- 1941
88% The Stars Look Down
  • Jennie Sunley
-- 1940
Girl in the News
  • Anne Graham
-- 1940
92% Night Train to Munich (Gestapo)
  • Anna Bomasch
-- 1940
Rulers of the Sea
  • Mary Shaw
-- 1939
Susannah of the Mounties
  • Vicky Standing
-- 1939
Owd Bob (To the Victor)
  • Jeannie McAdam
-- 1938
80% Bank Holiday
  • Catherine Lawrence
-- 1938
97% The Lady Vanishes
  • Iris Henderson
-- 1938
Dr. Syn
  • Actor
-- 1937
Midshipman Easy
  • Actor
-- 1935
Man of the Moment
  • Vera
-- 1935
Men of the Sea
  • Donna Agnes
-- 1935
Lorna Doone
  • Annie Ridd
-- 1934

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Quotes from Margaret Lockwood's Characters

    1. Gilbert Redman: I just had the most idiotic idea.
    2. Iris Henderson: I quite believe that....
    From The Lady Vanishes. Submitted by Mac C (2 years ago)
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