Margaret Lockwood cigarette card. Third series, number 23
Margaret Lockwood (Gainsborough). Born in Karachi, India, in 1916, where her father was chief operating engineer of the Indian North Eastern Railway, Margaret Lockwood was brought to this country at the age of two. She left the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art after winning honours, and a part in ‘House on Fire’ at the ’Q’ Theatre gained her a leading role in a London stage production. Her first film was ‘Lorna Doone,’ in which she played the part of Annie Ridd, and she has been playing leading roles in British productions ever since. Her latest films are ‘Melody and Romance,’ ‘Bank Holiday,’ ‘Owd Bob’ and ‘The Lady Vanishes’. Her chief recreations are swimming and fencing. Film Stars, third series, number 23. John Player & Sons.