British actress Jean Simmons looks thoughtful as she holds the telephone receiver
A German film card featuring Jean Simmons
The hairdresser and make-up artist attend to Margaret Lockwood on the set of The Wicked Lady
Pier Angeli (as Anna Vasarri) and Stewart Granger (as Sam Conride) in a photograph from The Light Touch (1952) (2)
Jean Simmons (as Young Estella) in a photograph from Great Expectations (1946)
Stewart Granger (as John Brent) in a photograph from The Secret Partner (1961) (4)
Jean Simmons (as Emmeline Foster) in a photograph from The Blue Lagoon (1949) (1)
A 1930s autograph of the British actress Margaret Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood wraps up in a shawl
Jean Simmons in a film star card from RKO
Lovely Margaret Lockwood, brunette English actress with but one Hollywood picture to her credit previously, plays the feminine lead opposite Douglas Fairbanks Jnr. in Paramount’s new Frank Lloyd production, Rulers of the Seas. Third featured player is Will Fyffe, noted Scottish character actor.
Jean Simmons (as Emmeline Foster) in a photograph from The Blue Lagoon (1949) (6)
Jean Simmons takes a breather from playing to tennis so as to pet a dog
Jean Simmons (as Lavinia) in a photograph from Androcles and the Lion (1952) (1)
Joan Greenwood takes a breather from appreciating all the tapestries in this candid shot from the Victoria and Albert museum
Margaret Lockwood looks radiant as she attends a film premiere
Help is on hand from British actor Arthur Metcalfe as Margaret Lockwood carefully cuts a birthday cake at the Granada Cinema, Willesden on 21st October, 1953.
Jean simmons wears a pearl necklace and a lacy top
Jean Simmons strikes a pose as she holds in her hand a riding crop
Margaret Lockwood reaches the heights as she is lifted up off the ground by Forrest Tucker and companion
Stewart Granger (as Sam Conride) and Pier Angeli (as Anna Vasarri) in a photograph from The Light Touch (1952) (1)
Jean Simmons (as Emmeline Foster) in a photograph from The Blue Lagoon (1949) (2)
Margaret Lockwood looks in a dilapidated mirror in the old Denham Studios on 3rd March, 1953.
Phyllis Calvert (as Maddalena Labardi / Rosanna) and Stewart Granger (as Nino Barucci) in a photograph from Madonna of the Seven Moons (1944) (2)
British actress Joan Greenwood sends all good wishes from 1946
Margaret Lockwood wears a shawl in a 1930s picture
A card of Jean Simmons in the Picturegoers Gallery series from the J. Arthur Rank Organisation
Dance in cotton is Hollywood’s fashion slogan straight through the summer. Margaret Lockwood, now in Paramount’s Rulers of the Seas, wears this beguiling, slim dance dress of white cross-bar muslin with a high waistline and narrow shoulder straps. If the mood permits, Miss Lockwood may wear a brief bolero of bright cerise quilted taffeta, which serves smartly as a youthful wrap.
Jean Simmons (as Emmeline Foster) and Donald Houston (as Michael Reynolds) in a photograph from The Blue Lagoon (1949) (5)
Jean Simmons sits in front of wood panelling
Margaret Lockwood (as Harriet Peterson) and John Stone (as Dr Ian Moody) in a photograph from Justice (1971-74) (2)
Lovely petite golden-haired Joan Greenwood takes a day off from filming in The White Unicorn to pay a visit to the Victoria and Albert Museum. Daughter of a well-known artist she takes a keen interest in the wonderful tapestries. Directed by Bernard Knowles, The White Unicorn stars Margaret Lockwood, Ian Hunter, Dennis Price and Joan Greenwood. It is for GFD distribution.
A signed publicity portrait of Margaret Lockwood from Paramount Pictures
Film Parade magazine with Margaret Lockwood. 1949. Stanley Itkin’s stories, pictures, and articles.
Sketch magazine with Margaret Lockwood in Madness of the Heart. 27th April, 1949.
British actress Margaret Lockwood snapped in London for a publicity shot
Margaret Lockwood and Cicely Courtneidge raise a toast to Sybil Thorndike
Stewart Granger (as Rudolf Rassendyll / King Rudolf V) in a photograph from The Prisoner of Zenda (1952) (4)
Patricia Roc in the Gainsborough picturegoers gallery
Margaret Lockwood (as Lydia Garth) in a photograph from Madness of the Heart (1949) (27)
Dutch gum card featuring Margaret Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood wears a tiara
Woman’s Own magazine with Margaret Lockwood.
Margaret Lockwood stands in the grounds of a derelict building
Sid Field (as Sidcup Buttermeadow) and Margaret Lockwood (as Nell Gwynne) in a photograph from Cardboard Cavalier (1949) (31)
Wiadomosci Filmowe magazine with Margaret Lockwood. 1958. (Polish)
I Vostri Film Romanzo magazine with Margaret Lockwood in Love Story. 1954. (Italian)
The dark-haried young beauty is none other than Margaret Lockwood, star of the new Gainsborough spy drama, The Lady Vanishes, snapped in an informal pose on the beach in her new summer slacks and white blouse of thin texture.
A solemn Stewart Granger reaches for a cigarette at the funeral of his good friend Michael Wilding
Margaret Lockwood (as Leslie James) in a photograph from A Girl Must Live (1939) (13)