Margaret Turnbull (screenwriter)
Margaret Turnbull (17 November 1872 – 12 June 1942) was a Scottish playwright and screenwriter. She wrote for 51 films between 1914 and 1939. She also wrote novels, such as The Close Up (1918), Alabaster Lamps (1925) and The Bride's Mirror (1934). She was born in Glasgow, Scotland and died in Yarmouthport, Massachusetts. She was the sister of producer Hector Turnbull. She worked for the Famous Players-Lasky studios in Islington, England, and also spent some of her career in Hollywood.
Margaret Turnbull in 1915
|Born||17 November 1872|
|Died||12 June 1942 69) (aged|
- The Fighting Hope (1915)
- Blackbirds (1915)
- The Secret Sin (1915)
- The Unknown (1915)
- To Have and to Hold (1916)
- Alien Souls (1916)
- Public Opinion (1916)
- The Victory of Conscience (1916)
- Shirley Kaye (1917)
- Magda (1917)
- Lost and Won (1917)
- The Shuttle (1918)
- The Two Brides (1919)
- The Tree of Knowledge (1920)
- The Bonnie Brier Bush (1921)
- The Princess of New York (1921)
- The Mystery Road (1921)
- Appearances (1921)
- Three Live Ghosts (1922)
- La Bataille (1923)
- "Margaret Turnbull – Women Film Pioneers Project". wfpp.cdrs.columbia.edu. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
- "The Close-up". The European Library. The European Library. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
- "Alabaster Lamps". The European Library. The European Library. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
- "The Bride's Mirror". The European Library. The European Library. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
- "La BATAILLE (1923)". BFI.org. BFI. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
- Works by Margaret Turnbull at Project Gutenberg
- Works by Margaret Turnbull at Faded Page (Canada)
- Works by or about Margaret Turnbull at Internet Archive
- Margaret Turnbull on IMDb
- Maragret Turnbull at Women Film Pioneers Project
- Margaret Turnbull at the Internet Broadway Database
- Margaret Turnbull at the British Film Institute.