NOW AVAILABLE

Hardback Edition ISBN: 978-1-78196-264-0

 

HARDBACK EDITION

UK :: 19.99

OS :: 24.99

 

 

 

 

LYNDSY SPENCE

MARGARET LOCKWOOD -

QUEEN OF THE SILVER SCREEN

A BIOGRAPHY

 

SYNOPSIS

Margaret Lockwood (1916-1990) was Britain's number one box office star during the war years. A three-time winner of the Daily Mail Film Award, her iconic films The Lady Vanishes, The Man in Grey and The Wicked Lady gained her legions of fans and the nickname Queen of the Screen.

With a career spanning fifty years, Margaret reinvented herself from a film star, to an Agatha Christie heroine on the West End, to a television icon in the 1970s series, Justice. Written to coincide with Margaret's centenary, this in-depth biography offers a fresh perspective on an independent woman who was intensely private away from the spotlight and whose life was unlike anything that was reported in the fan magazines.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lyndsy Spence is the founder of the Margaret Lockwood Society, an online community dedicated to the classic star. She co-wrote The Flower Girl, a short film directed by Emmy Award winner Nick Nanton and shot on location in Los Angeles. As a freelance writer she has written for BBC News Magazine, The Lady, Vintage Life, and Social & Personal. She is the author of The Mitford Girls' Guide to Life, Mrs Guinness: The Rise and Fall of Diana Mitford, and The Mistress of Mayfair.

 

 

 


HOW TO PURCHASE | TERMS & CONDITIONS | RETURNS POLICY

COPYRIGHT FANTOM FILMS 2017