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Margaret O'Brien

Margaret O'Brien

Birthdate: January 15, 1937

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Margaret O'Brien (born January 15, 1937) is an American film and stage actress. Although her film career as a leading character was brief, she was one of the most popular child actors in cinema history. In her later career, she appeared on stage and in supporting film roles. She was born Angela Maxine O'Brien; (she later changed her name to Margaret following the success of ... ...detailed bio


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That's Entertainment! (1974)

That's Entertainment! is a 1974 compilation film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to celebrate its 50th anniversary. It was followed by two sequels and a related film called That's Dancing!. The film, compiled by its writer-producer-director, Jack Haley, Jr., under the supervision of executive pro...

Heller In Pink Tights (1960)

In the 1880s, followed by bill collectors, the Healy Dramatic Company arrives in Cheyenne to play at the West’s grandest theatre. Continental actress Angela and owner-manager Healy head a troupe that includes Della as ingenue; her mother, a character actress, Lorna; and a grand old Shakespearean ...

The Secret Garden (1949)

When tempestuous Mary Lennox (Margaret O'Brien), born in India to wealthy parents, is orphaned by a cholera epidemic, she is sent to live with her reclusive and embittered Uncle Archibald Craven (Herbert Marshall) and her ill-behaved, bedridden cousin Colin (Dean Stockwell) at their desolate and ...

Little Women (1949)

== Cast == June Allyson as Josephine 'Jo' March

Tenth Avenue Angel (1948)

Eight-year-old Flavia lives in a New York tenement during the Great Depression with mother Helen and father Joe, who's nearly broke and needs a job. Her aunt Susan lives with them, too. Flavia's thrilled because Susan's sweetheart Steve is returning from a one-year absence. The little girl is un...

The Unfinished Dance (1947)

Aspiring ballerina Meg Merlin idolizes the head of her dance school, Ariane Bouchet, so much so that she often neglects her own studies just to watch Ariane dance. Only the intervention of kindly Mr. Paternos keeps her from being expelled. When she hears that the "first lady of ballet," Lady Ann...

Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945)

The story is about a Norwegian immigrant farmer in Wisconsin, Martinius Jacobson (Edward G. Robinson), his wife Bruna (Agnes Moorehead) and their seven-year-old daughter Selma (Margaret O'Brien), who is often bedeviled by her playmate and five-year-old cousin, Arnold (Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins). Mar...

Jane Eyre (1944)

Orphaned and unwanted child Jane Eyre (Peggy Ann Garner) lives with her aunt, Mrs. Reed (Agnes Moorehead) of Gateshead Hall. Both Jane and her aunt are glad when Mrs. Reed arranges for Jane to be sent to Lowood Institution, a charity boarding school run by the harsh Reverend Brocklehurst (Henry D...

The Canterville Ghost (1944)

In the seventeenth century, Sir Simon de Canterville (Charles Laughton) is forced by the Code of Chivalry to engage in a duel on behalf of his brother, but flees to the family castle when his opponent is substituted for by a giant (played by an uncredited Tor Johnson). His proud father, Lord Cant...

Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

The backdrop for Meet Me in St. Louis is St. Louis, Missouri on the brink of the 1904 World's Fair. The Smith family lead a comfortable middle-class life. Mr. Alonzo Smith (Leon Ames) and Mrs. Anna Smith (Mary Astor) have four daughters: Rose (Lucille Bremer), Esther, Agnes, and Tootie; and a son...

Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case (1943)

In this 13th entry to the Dr. Kildare series, the medical staff of Blair General hospital are challenged with further dilemmas, not the least of which includes a prison inmate who Dr. Gillespie believes belongs instead in an insane asylum.

Madame Curie (1943)

Marie Sklodowska (Greer Garson) is a poor, idealistic student living in Paris and studying at the Sorbonne. She neglects her health and one day faints during class. Her tutor, Prof. Perot (Albert Bassermann) is sympathetic and, finding that she has no friends or family in Paris, invites her to a ...

Thousands Cheer (1943)

The film is essentially a two-part program. The first half consists of a romantic comedy storyline involving an aerialist, played by Gene Kelly, who is drafted into the US Army but really wants to join the air force. During training, he falls in love with Kathryn (played by Kathryn Grayson), the ...

Journey for Margaret (1942)

John Davis is a correspondent in England during World War II before the US gets into the war. He and his wife Nora are expecting their first child, but she loses the baby in an air raid and the doctor has to perform a hysterectomy, so she can have no more children. She returns to the US and John ...

Babes on Broadway (1941)

Babes on Broadway is a 1941 musical film starring Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland and directed by Busby Berkeley, with Vincente Minnelli directing Garland's big solo numbers. The film, which features Fay Bainter and Virginia Weidler, was the third in the "Backyard Musical" series about kids who pu...