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Margaret Livingston

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Margaret Livingston (November 25, 1900 – December 13, 1985) was an American film actress, most notable for her work during the silent film era. She was sometimes credited as Marguerite Livingston or Margaret Livingstone. On screen she resembled actress Mae Busch. Description above from the Wikipedia article Margaret Livingston, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia


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Born:
Nov 25, 1900 In Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
24
First Appeared:
In the movie Alimony 1917-12-03
Latest Project:
Movie Social Register 1934-03-10
Known For
Poster of Beware of Bachelors
Poster of Married Alive
Poster of Water, Water, Everywhere
Filmography
Movie Social Register Gloria 1934-03-10
Movie Call Her Savage Molly 1932-11-27
Movie The Lady Refuses Berthine Waller 1931-03-08
Movie Kiki Paulette Vaile 1931-03-14
Movie God's Gift to Women Tania Donaliff 1931-04-13
Movie Smart Money District Attorney's Girl 1931-07-11
Movie Broadminded Mabel Robinson 1931-08-01
Movie What a Widow! Valli 1930-09-12
Movie The Canary Murder Case Double for Margaret O'Dell (uncredited) 1929-02-16
Movie Innocents of Paris Madame Renard 1929-01-02
Movie The Bellamy Trial Mimi Bellamy 1929-01-23
Movie The Charlatan Florence Talbot 1929-04-13
Movie Seven Keys to Baldpate Myra Thornhill 1929-12-25
Movie Say It with Sables Irene Gordon 1928-07-13
Movie The Last Warning Evalynda Hendon 1928-12-25
Movie Beware of Bachelors Miss Pfeffer 1928-10-26
Movie Slaves of Beauty Goldie 1927-06-05
Movie Married Alive Amy Duxbury 1927-07-17
Movie The Blue Eagle Mrs. Mary Rohan 1926-09-12
Movie Up the Ladder Helene Newhall 1925-05-02
Movie The Home Stretch Molly 1921-04-23
Movie Water, Water, Everywhere Martha Beecher 1920-02-08
Movie The Busher (uncredited) 1919-05-17
Movie Alimony Florence (as Marguerite Livingston) 1917-12-03
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