Margaret O'Brien Movies List

Margaret O'Brien
Margaret O'Brien
15-01-1937
San Diego, California, USA
22
Journey for Margaret

Actor Margaret O'Brien Filmography

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Hollywood Mortuary
Hollywood Mortuary ( English )
Director: Ron Ford
Release Year: 1998
That's Entertainment Collection
Director:
Release date: 21-06-1974
Heller in Pink Tights
Heller in Pink Tights ( English )
Artist: Sophia Loren , Anthony Quinn , Margaret O'Brien , Steve Forrest , Eileen Heckart
Director: George Cukor
Release Year: 1960
Glory
Glory ( English )
Artist: Margaret O'Brien , Walter Brennan , Charlotte Greenwood , John Lupton , Byron Palmer
Director: David Butler
Release date: 11-01-1956
Her First Romance
Her First Romance ( English )
Artist: Margaret O'Brien , Allen Martin Jr. , Jimmy Hunt , Sharyn Moffett , Ann Doran
Director: Seymour Friedman
Release date: 04-05-1951
Little Women
Little Women ( English )
Artist: June Allyson , Peter Lawford , Margaret O'Brien , Elizabeth Taylor , Janet Leigh
Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Music Director: Adolph Deutsch
Release date: 01-04-1949
The Secret Garden
The Secret Garden ( English )
Director: Fred M. Wilcox
Music Director: Bronislau Kaper
Release Year: 1949
Tenth Avenue Angel
Tenth Avenue Angel ( English )
Director: Roy Rowland
Music Director: Rudolph G. Kopp , André Previn
Release date: 20-02-1948
The Unfinished Dance
The Unfinished Dance ( English )
Artist: Margaret O'Brien , Cyd Charisse , Karin Booth , Danny Thomas , Esther Dale
Director: Henry Koster
Music Director: Herbert Stothart
Release date: 19-09-1947
Three Wise Fools
Three Wise Fools ( English )
Artist: Margaret O'Brien , Lionel Barrymore , Lewis Stone , Thomas Mitchell , Edward Arnold
Director: Edward Buzzell
Music Director: Bronislau Kaper
Release date: 26-09-1946
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Margaret O'Brien Biography

​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 the film Journey for Margaret, in which she played the title role). Her father Lawrence O'Brien, a circus performer, died before she was born.[1]; Margaret's mother, Gladys Flores, was a well-known flamenco dancer who often performed with her sister Marissa, also a dancer. Margaret is of half-Irish and half-Spanish ancestry. She made her first film appearance in Babes on Broadway (1941) at the age of four, but it was the following year that her first major role brought her widespread attention. As a five-year-old in Journey for Margaret (1942), O'Brien won wide praise for her convincing acting style. By 1943, she was considered a big enough star to have a cameo appearance in the all-star military show finale of Thousands Cheer. She played a young French girl, and spoke and sang all her dialogue with a French accent, in Jane Eyre (1944). Arguably her most memorable role was as "Tootie" in Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), opposite Judy Garland. O'Brien had by this time added singing and dancing to her achievements and was rewarded with an Academy Juvenile Award the following year as the "outstanding child actress of 1944." Her other successes included The Canterville Ghost (1944), Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945), and the first sound version of The Secret Garden (1949), but she was unable to make the transition to adult roles. A 1946 Looney Tunes short, Book Revue, placed a caricature of O'Brien in the role of Little Red Riding Hood. Margaret later shed her child star image in 1958 by appearing on the cover of Life Magazine with the caption "The Girl's Grown", and was a mystery guest on the TV panel show What's My Line?. O'Brien's acting roles as an adult have been few and far between, mostly in small independent films. However, she does do occasional interviews, mostly for the Turner Classic Movies cable network. She played the role of Betsy Stauffer, a small town nurse, in "The Incident of the Town in Terror" on television's Rawhide. Another rare television outing was as a guest star on the popular Marcus Welby, M.D. in the early 1970s, reuniting Margaret with her Journey For Margaret and The Canterville Ghost co-star Robert Young. Description above from the Wikipedia article Margaret O'Brien, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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