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Margaret Dale (I) (1876–1972)


Margaret Dale was born on March 6, 1876 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Margaret Rosendale. She was an actress, known for Disraeli (1921), One Exciting Night (1922) and The Man with Two Faces (1934). She died on March 23, 1972 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Disraeli
Disraeli Mrs. Noel Travers
(1921)
One Exciting Night
One Exciting Night Mrs. Harrington
(1922)
The Man with Two Faces
The Man with Two Faces Aunt Martha Temple
(1934)
Second Youth
Second Youth Mrs. Twombly
(1924)

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 1934 The Man with Two Faces
Aunt Martha Temple
 1924 Second Youth
Mrs. Twombly
 1924 Week End Husbands
Mrs. Sarah Belden
 1921 Disraeli
Mrs. Noel Travers
 1920 The World and His Wife
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Stage Play: The Old Maid. Drama. Written by Zoe Akins. From a novel by Edith Wharton. Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney. Costume Design by Stewart Chaney. Press Representative: John Peter Toohey. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Empire Theatre: 7 Jan 1935- Sep 1935 (closing date unknown/305 performances). Cast: Judith Anderson (as "Delia ... See more »

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Dark-haired American actress, on stage with the Charles Frohman company from 1898 and on Broadway the following year. She had a significant theatrical career which lasted until 1948 and included appearing with George Arliss in two productions of "Disraeli" (1912 and 1917). She later recreated her role as Mrs. Travers for the 1921 film version. Preferring the theatre, she rarely made screen ... See more »

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