Julia Lockwood smiles in the street while outside a block of flats
A Day with Margaret Lockwood. In the morning Margaret Lockwood plays in a scene which is set in a hospital room. She has just had an eye operation. While the camera is lined up Director Charles Bennett gives a demonstration of the type of hospital visitor that is a joy to have around. He brings grapes and eats them all himself.
Funk und Film magazine with Margaret Lockwood in Cardboard Cavalier. 14th January, 1949, issue number 2. (German)
Film stars Michael Wilding, Pat Roc, Bob Hope and Margaret Lockwood have the cinema auditorium to themselves
Patricia Roc (as Dilys) in a photograph from Jassy (1947) (33)
Band Wagon magazine with Margaret Lockwood. The Journal of Leisure.
Artisti Del Cinema Italian card featuring Margaret Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood (as Catherine Lawrence) in an American photograph from Three on a Weekend [Bank Holiday] (1938) (1)
Bolero Film magazine with Margaret Lockwood. (Spanish)
Margaret Lockwood wears a pin-stripe jacket
Margaret Lockwood stands in the grounds of a ruined building
TAPPED – At a recent Hollywood dinner, charity was aided by Deborah Kerr who made the rounds taking up collections. Here she’s putting the bite on Stewart Granger who was married a few months ago to lovely Jean Simmons (right).
Margaret Lockwood (as Lydia Garth) in a photograph from Madness of the Heart (1949) (27)
What’s On in London magazine with Peter McEnery and Hayley Mills in The Moon-Spinners. 3rd July, 1964. Screening at the Leicester Square theatre. Hayley gets her man!
Actress Margaret Lockwood brushes the hair of daughter Julia
Margaret Lockwood (as Nell Gwynne) in a photograph from Cardboard Cavalier (1949) (30)
Margaret Lockwood (as Leslie James) in a photograph from A Girl Must Live (1939) (13)
Stewart Granger (as Rudolf Rassendyll / King Rudolf V) in a photograph from The Prisoner of Zenda (1952) (4)
Point de Vue magazine with Margaret Lockwood and James Mason in The Man in Grey. 6th December, 1945, issue number 38. (French). L’homme en Gris.
Dane Clark (as Bill Casey) in a photograph from Highly Dangerous (1950) (15)
Mother Margaret looks on as Julia Lockwood does her make-up
Arthur Tracy plays a great singer who becomes a tramp for the sake of romance in British National’s Interval for Romance (aka The Street Singer), directed by Jean de Marguenat
What’s On in London magazine with Margaret Lockwood in Jassy. 15th August, 1947. A screening of Jassy at the Odeon, Leicester Square.
British film star Margaret Lockwood plays dominoes with her daughter Julia Lockwood
Dutch gum card featuring Margaret Lockwood
Photograph of Stewart Granger (30)
Brand new Margaret Lockwood mouse mat, featuring high quality photo reproduction on hard plastic with a non-skid backing
Margaret Lockwood promotional headshot for Jassy, c. 1947, autographed ‘Sincerely’ by the actress
Stage and vaudeville actor loved for his routines involving a naive approach to the billiards table and the golf course.
British actor Stewart Granger. Dashing leading man of the 1940s who specialised in romantic leads and later during the 50s in big-game hunter roles.
Sid Field laughs with American actor Pat O’Brien while at the Masquers Club, Hollywood
Nigel Patrick (as Rodney Pennant) and Joan Greenwood (as Sabina Pennant) in a photograph from Young Wives’ Tale (1951) (8)
British music hall comedian, Sid Field
Jean Kent (as Lucy) in a photograph from The Smugglers [The Man Within] (1947) (6)
Autograph of 1940s British comedian, Sid Field
Derek Farr (as Bruce Banning), Helen Cherry (as Mary Banning) and Joan Greenwood (as Sabina Pennant) in a photograph from Young Wives’ Tale (1951) (7)
Jean Kent (as Lucy) in a photograph from The Smugglers [The Man Within] (1947) (7)
Picturegoer magazine with Norman Wisdom and Margaret Lockwood. 20th December, 1952. ‘Picturegoer’s’ All-Star Christmas Party.
Patricia Roc wears a sheer top in a 1946 publicity photo for Universal Pictures
Stewart Granger (as Col Rodney Savage) and Ava Gardner (as Victoria Jones) in a photograph from Bhowani Junction (1956) (7)
Stewart Granger (as Old Surehand) in a German photograph from Unter Geiern [Frontier Hellcat] (1964) (1)
Metro Gaumont Eagle Lion photo of British film star Patricia Roc
Film Monthly magazine with Julia Lockwood and Margaret Lockwood.
Picture Post magazine with Patricia Roc. 12th July, 1942, issue number 36.
Cadran magazine with Patricia Roc. Issue number 14. (French)
Derek Farr (as Denys Royd) and Barbara White (as Miranda Bute) in a screenshot from Quiet Weekend (1946) (1)
Stewart Granger (as Lot) in a photograph from Sodom and Gomorrah (1962) (1)
Film magazine with Joan Greenwood.
Terence Young in a photograph from One Night with You (1948) (3)
Patricia Roc smiles in a sequinned dress