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Margaret Turnbull (1872–1942)


Sister of producer/writer Hector Turnbull.

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Known For

The World to Live In
My Cousin
My Cousin Writer
The Shuttle
The Shuttle Writer
The Yellow Pawn


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 1939 Bad Little Angel (story "Looking After Sandy")
 1924 Classmates (play)
 1923 La bataille
 1922 Anna Ascends
 1921 Appearances (adaptation)
 1919 The Splendid Romance (scenario)
 1919 The Two Brides (scenario)
 1919 The World to Live In (writer)
 1918 A Daughter of the Old South (writer)
 1918 My Cousin (screenplay) / (story)
 1918 The Firefly of France (writer)
 1918 The House of Silence (writer)
 1918 Eve's Daughter (writer)
 1918 The Shuttle (scenario)
 1918 Mrs. Dane's Defense (scenario)
 1917 Shirley Kaye (scenario)
 1917 Jack and Jill (story)
 1917 Bab's Burglar (scenario)
 1917 Bab's Diary
 1917 Magda (scenario)
 1917 The Black Wolf (scenario)
 1917 Lost and Won
 1916 The Victoria Cross (scenario)
 1916 Witchcraft (scenario)
 1916 The Victory of Conscience (scenario)
 1916 Public Opinion (story - scenario)
 1916/II The Dupe
 1916 Alien Souls (scenario)
 1916 For the Defense (scenario)
 1916 Pudd'nhead Wilson (scenario)
 1915 The Unknown (scenario)
 1915 The Secret Sin (story - scenario)
 1915 Blackbirds (scenario)
 1915 The Fighting Hope (scenario)
 1915 The Clue (scenario)
 1915 Stolen Goods (scenario)
 1914 Classmates (Short) (play)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Classmates. Farce. Written by 'William C. De Mille' and Margaret Turnbull [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by George W. Barnum. Hudson Theatre: 29 Aug 1907- Nov 1907 (closing date unknown/102 performances). Cast: Sidney Ainsworth, George W. Barnum, Flora Juliet Bowley (as "Sylvia Randolph"), Helen Dahl, E.M. Dresser, ... See more »

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Sister of producer/writer Hector Turnbull.

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