Julia Lockwood is joined in Upper Park Road, Kingston upon Thames, by local councillors, the presentation party and dignitaries from The Heritage Foundation. On the house wall behind the group is a blue plaque to commemorate the British actress Margaret Lockwood, who was a long-term resident of the borough. Picture shows (L-R): Councillor David Cunningham, Dennis Gimes (The Heritage Foundation), Councillor Mary Clark [Deputy Mayor], Julia Lockwood, Vicki Michelle (The Heritage Foundation), Richard Williams (Silver Sirens), Hilton Tims and Tim Harrison
Press photo call following the unveiling of a commemorative blue plaque for British actress Margaret Lockwood at 34, Upper Park Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. Photo shows (L-R): Councillor David Cunningham, Dennis Gimes, Julia Lockwood, Vicki Michelle, Richard Williams, Hilton Tims, Tim Harrison
Actress Julia Lockwood pulls the cord to unveil a commemorative blue plaque for her mother, British film star Margaret Lockwood. Upper Park Road, Kingston, Saturday, 4th July, 2015
Actresses Julia Lockwood and Vicki Michelle join Richard Williams at the unveiling of a commemorative plaque for Julia’s mother, 1940s British film star Margaret Lockwood
Richard Williams, 1940s film buff and owner of ‘Silver Sirens – The Golden Age of British Cinema’, gives a speech about Margaret Lockwood at the unveiling of a commemorative blue plaque at 34, Upper Park Road, Kingston. Actresses Julia Lockwood and Vicki Michelle watch from the front garden. Saturday, 4th July, 2015.
Actress Julia Lockwood (in red trousers) waits in the refreshment tent in Upper Park Road, Kingston for the unveiling of a commemorative blue plaque for her mother, Margaret Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood plaque refreshment tent featuring posters for The Lady Vanishes and its screening. Cake stall taking donations for The Shooting Star Children’s Hospice
Margaret Lockwood blue plaque exhibition marquee, featuring photos, lobby cards and posters from the actress’s extensive film career
Upper Park Road, Kingston, road sign and poster for the unveiling of a Margaret Lockwood plaque on 4th July, 2015
Dennis Price sports a natty moustache, cravat and white jumper, all whilst smoking a cigarette
Alec Guinness, as the eponymous hero in a publicity shot for Father Brown (1954), wears glasses and a black biretta
Joe (Niall MacGinnis) uses a skull as a candle holder in East of Piccadilly
In the train carriage, Dr Hartz (Paul Lucas) questions Signora Doppo (Zelma Vas Dias) as Iris (Margaret Lockwood) and Gilbert (Michael Redgrave) look on
Photograph from Pool of London (1951) (1)
Victor Conway (Earl Cameron) and Danny Willard (David Hemmings) look at each other in The Heart Within
Mildred (Yvonne Mitchell) lies on the ground with blood oozing from her mouth
In a phone box, Joe Kirby (Harry Fowler) gives a cheery thumbs up to Mrs Kirby (Vida Hope)
Harry Fabian (Richard Widmark) hides from the gang in Night and the City
Omar Sharif (Sherif Ali) looks menacingly at the back of Peter O’Toole (T.E. Lawrence)
Orson Welles (Harry Lime) hides behind a wall from armed guards in The Third Man
Roland Culver (Richard Halton) sits up in bed in On Approval as Googie Withers (Helen Hale) looks on
Will Hay (William Porter) on the phone in Oh, Mr Porter! is looked on by Moore Marriott (Jeremiah Harbottle) and Graham Moffatt (Albert)
Elsie (Marilyn Monroe) looks up at the Regent (Laurence Olivier) in The Prince and the Showgirl
Screen actor Michael Wilding, aged 39, with his actress-bride Elizabeth Taylor, aged 19, leave their London hotel for London Airport. They are flying to Paris for their honeymoon following their marriage yesterday (Thursday) at Caxton Hall, London. 22nd February, 1952.
James Mason doffs his hat as he returns home from Hollywood to make a film in England
David Niven as Raffles, and Olivia de Havilland as Gwen, in a promotional shot for Raffles (1939)
British actor Stewart Granger beams a smile at the camera in this candid shot. Granger is dressed in a light jacket, dark tie and pale shirt; on his left little finger he wears a sovereign ring
Actress Julia Lockwood pictured this afternoon (Monday) when she presented prizes to the winners of the Waddington Peter Pan Competition at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London. The competition, which called on the children to fill in a questionnaire and complete a drawing on the Peter Pan theme, was divided into three age groups – five to seven; eight to ten and eleven to fourteen. As an experiment in mental therapy it is believed the idea has been successful. If this proves to be the case, other children’s hospital are expected to adopt the Waddington scheme. Child in the centre of the picture is another Julia – Julia Christian, 10, of Stamford, Lincolnshire. 24th June, 1963.
Deborah Kerr wears a 1940s uniform in The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
Lady Caroline Lamb (Joan Greenwood) turns away from Lord Byron (Dennis Price) in The Bad Lord Byron (1948). The couple are seated
in a 19th century padded coach.
Margaret Lockwood (as Harriet Peterson) in a screenshot from season 3 of Justice (1971-74)
Sir John Gallagher (Philip Stone) discusses the case in Justice. Season 1, episode Witnesses Cost Extra
Anthony Valentine as James Eliot is challenged by the clerk in Justice. Season 3, episode Trial for Murder
Anna Neagle, British actress, in a publicity photo wears a pearl necklace and a black dress
Richard Burton and Jean Simmons (as Marcellus Gallio and Diana) in the finale of The Robe (1953)
Guy Gibson (Richard Todd) and Barnes Wallis (Michael Redgrave) look out with their field glasses in The Dam Busters (1955)
Roger Livesey (as Clive Dandy) and Deborah Kerr in The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)
Alfred Drayton (as Christopher Watney) and Sandra Storme (as Sadie) in a photograph from A Spot of Bother (1938) (1)
Prince Edward (Richard Chamberlain) smiles at Cinderella (Gemma Craven) in a scene from The Slipper and the Rose (1976)
Stewart Granger (as Commander Claudius) and Rita Hayworth (as Princess Salome) in a photograph from Salome (1953) (12)
Margaret Lockwood holds her Daily Mail National Film Awards trophy for Best Film Actress of the Year
Deborah Kerr, Stewart Granger and Jean Simmons attend the Golden Globe Awards at Ciro’s nightclub in Los Angeles, CA. 21st February, 1952.
Now look Roman... says Pamela Mason, as she prepares to snap an off-stage picture of husband James Mason, dressed in his toga for MGM’s Julius Caesar. William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar stars Marlon Brando as Mark Antony, James Mason as Brutus, John Gielgud as Cassius, Louis Calhern as Caesar, Edmond O’Brien as Casca, Greer Garson as Calpurnia and Deborah Kerr as Portia. The picture was directed by Joesph L. Mankiewicz and produced by John Houseman.
Who could refuse ‘the perfect woman’? Stanley Holloway smiles gallantly while offering the remaining cake on the plate to co-star Patricia Roc, who plays the title role in The Perfect Woman. An off-set shot from The Perfect Woman, the Two Cities film version of the successful comedy starring Patricia Roc with Stanley Holloway and Nigel Patrick, produced by George and Alfred Black, and directed by Bernard Knowles at Denham.
The premiere of the latest Kenneth More comedy Next to No Time will be held on the world’s greatest liner Queen Elizabeth at Southampton, and the film loads were taken by special train from Waterloo today. Much of the film is shot aboard the liner. Photo shows: Top to bottom: John Gregson, Phyllis Calvert and Janette Scott leave for the premiere.
British film star Jean Simmons explores the history of the famous country house, Blenheim Palace, as she prepares to play the role of the Duchess of Marlborough in the forthcoming production of Soldier of Love.
Veteran British film and stage star Margaret Lockwood blows out fifty candles on her birthday cake as her co-star in the play, An Ideal Husband, Roger Livesey, looks on
Margaret Lockwood visits Luton on February 16, 1948 to see the town at work and is greeted at the Town Hall by the mayor, Cllr W.J. Edwards, before she visits Skefko, Vauxhall and Electrolux and two cinemas – the Odeon in Dunstable Road and the Palace in Mill Street, whose manager, Mr S. Davey, had arranged the tour. Alongside her is photographer George Gurney, who joined the Luton News in 1930 and retired in 1969. George and his trilby hat were well known around town as he covered thousands of events.
Making the most of the warm weather, Jean Kent, lovely J. Arthur Rank Organisation star, shortly to be seen in Gainsborough’s Good Time Girl, sun-bathed on Brighton beach and later took a quick dip.
Life magazine with Jean Simmons. Cover reads: ‘Busiest actress Jean Simmons’. 9th October, 1950.