Main title from Close-up of the Stars (1946) (5) featuring Margaret Lockwood
Main title from Close-up of the Stars (1946) (4) featuring Margaret Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood at the microphone during her second appearance on the BBC radio programme, Desert Island Discs
Hesther Shaw (Margaret Lockwood) and the Marquis of Rohan (James Mason) in a scene from Leslie Arliss’s 1943 film, The Man in Grey
Cutting the cake at the Pinewood Studios’ Christmas party in 1949 are Margaret Lockwood, Jean Simmons and Jean Kent. Also pictured are Dirk Bogarde, Petula Clark, Anouk Aimée, Jimmy Hanley and Kathleen Ryan.
Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) puts her arms on the shoulders of Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) in a scene from The White Unicorn (1947)
Iris (Margaret Lockwood) and Gilbert (Michael Redgrave) investigate the disappearance of Miss Froy on board a train in The Lady Vanishes
Hester (Margaret Lockwood) and the Marquis of Rohan (James Mason) exchange looks in The Man in Grey
The cast from An Ideal Husband take the dog for a walk outside a theatre featuring a poster for their show. Candid picture shows (L-R): Richard Todd (obscured by his cigarette smoke!), Margaret Lockwood, Michael Denison (with dog), Dulcie Gray, Roger Livesey and Ursula Jeans. Glasgow, 1961.
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
In the train carriage, Dr Hartz (Paul Lucas) questions Signora Doppo (Zelma Vas Dias) as Iris (Margaret Lockwood) and Gilbert (Michael Redgrave) look on
Margaret Lockwood holds her Daily Mail National Film Awards trophy for Best Film Actress of the Year
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.
Agatha Christie’s latest ‘whodunnit’ play, ‘Towards Zero’ had 99½ per cent of its audience guessing right until the last scene at its first night performance at St James’s Theatre this week. In the audience were the Marquess of Headfort and his sister, Lady Millicent Taylour, Sir Louis and Lady Sterling, actor Jack Buchanan, actresses Elizabeth Allen and Margaret Lockwood. Said Miss Christie: ‘I’m suffering agonies of first-night nerves. I always do’. The play was a great success. Picture shows:- Actress Margaret Lockwood joins authoress Agatha Christie for refreshment during an interval at the St James’s Theatre in London.
British actress Margaret Lockwood pauses for a publicity shot as she disembarks a BEA flight in the late 1950s/early 1960s. In her hands she holds a pair of sunglasses and a small bag.
Screenshot from The White Unicorn (1947) (2)
Screenshot from The Wicked Lady (1945) (3)
Photograph from Honours Easy (1935) (1)
Margaret Lockwood, in costume for A Girl Must Live, holds up a cat for the camera. The moggy is decidedly unimpressed.
Margaret Lockwood (as Mrs Cheveley) in a photograph from An Ideal Husband (1965) (3)
Julia Lockwood and Margaret Lockwood in a photograph from Every Other Evening! (1964) (1)
Dane Clark (as Bill Casey) and Margaret Lockwood (as Frances Gray) in a photograph from Highly Dangerous (1950) (16)
Ian Hunter (as Charlie Carrington) and Margaret Lockwood (as Bedelia Carrington) in a photograph from Bedelia (1946) (30)
Margaret Lockwood, in costume as Peter Pan, perches on a bed in the ward and laughs as she plays with the children at London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital in 1949
Margaret Lockwood wears a shawl in a 1930s picture
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.
A signed publicity portrait of Margaret Lockwood from Paramount Pictures
Sitting on the floor, Margaret Lockwood listens to Walter Pidgeon. Also in attendance are Michael Wilding, Jean Simmons and Valerie Hobson
Margaret Lockwood laughs as she is caught in a candid snap from Hungry Hill
Ingenue Margaret Lockwood wears a chiffon top
Margaret Lockwood sits on the beach and puts the finishing touches to her make-up. A publicity shot from Bank Holiday (aka Three on a Weekend).
Julia Lockwood (as Carol Manning) and Margaret Lockwood (as Mollie Manning) in a photograph from The Flying Swan (1965) (1)
British ingenue Margaret Lockwood wears a shawl in this 1930s photograph
The hairdresser and make-up artist attend to Margaret Lockwood on the set of The Wicked Lady
Margaret Lockwood celebrates her fiftieth birthday in the company of Richard Todd and Roger Livesey
A 1930s autograph of the British actress Margaret Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood wraps up in a shawl
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.
Margaret Lockwood looks radiant as she attends a film premiere
Margaret Lockwood (as Harriet Peterson) and John Stone (as Dr Ian Moody) in a photograph from Justice (1971-74) (2)
Margaret Lockwood reaches the heights as she is lifted up off the ground by Forrest Tucker and companion
Margaret Lockwood, Myles Eason and Margaret Barton in Spider’s Web, which celebrates its first anniversary at the Savoy Theatre on 14th December, 1955
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.
Margaret Lockwood looks in a dilapidated mirror in the old Denham Studios on 3rd March, 1953.
Band Wagon magazine with Margaret Lockwood. The Journal of Leisure.
Film stars Michael Wilding, Pat Roc, Bob Hope and Margaret Lockwood have the cinema auditorium to themselves